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Queen's coronavirus plea to Britain: 'Let future generations know we're as strong as ANY'
THE Queen will urge millions of Britons on Sunday evening to take pride in their response to the coronavirus crisis and inspire future generations.
today 23:02
Type 2 diabetes symptoms: The coronavirus-like symptom to watch out for
TYPE 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that can prove life-threatening so it is vital to spot the warning signs as soon as they appear. One particular symptom is also associated with COVID-19 - have you spotted this?
yesterday 21:59
The FCA propose three month holidays extend to credit cards – expert calls for more
CORONAVIRUS has forced the government to make drastic changes to various economic rules. So far changes have been made to mortgage arrangements, employment rules and benefit systems but the FCA is proposing further changes.
yesterday 20:56
UK coronavirus death rate to stay high top medic says, as toll passes 4,300

LONDON (Reuters) - High fatalities from the coronavirus will continue in the United Kingdom for at least another week or two even if people comply with stringent isolation measures, health authorities said on Saturday as the country’s death toll jumped to 4,313.

The toll went up by

yesterday 19:05
Starmer's win is a defeat, but our movement is not beaten

KEIR STARMER’S victory in the leadership contest represents a serious setback for the left following five years in which a socialist led the Labour Party.

At the same time, it neither erases those years nor negates the potential of Labour’s huge membership to help build the socialist

yesterday 18:56
Coronavirus symptoms: When are you most infectious? Study suggests signs to watch out for
CORONAVIRUS is tightening its grip on the UK, with another 708 people confirmed to have died from the virus over the last 24 hours. A new study reinforces the importance of abiding by the social distancing measures, revealing when the virus is at its most infectious and the warning signs to watch out for.
yesterday 18:50
Falklands outrage: Argentina's menacing threat to UK exposed - 'Islands WILL be ours!'
FALKLAND ISLANDS tensions still persist 38 years on from the Argentine invasion which sparked the 1982 war - and the country's government has regularly threatened to revive its claim for the region.
yesterday 17:47
Carrie Symonds coronavirus fears: PM's pregnant partner 'has symptoms'
BORIS JOHNSON'S pregnant fiance Carrie Symonds has said she has "symptoms of coronavirus".
yesterday 17:47
Coronavirus anger: Son hits out after nurse dad died 'gasping for air'
A NURSE who died after treating a coronavirus patient is yet to be tested for the disease, his son has claimed.
yesterday 16:44
Universal Credit: Payments rise after tomorrow – how much more will you receive?
UNIVERSAL CREDIT, along with other benefits, has had it's payments frozen since 2016. This was done in order to save money but payments across the board will rise as the new tax year starts.
yesterday 16:44
UK cities to get new coronavirus hospitals listed - as Gove urges 'DON'T go outside'
MICHAEL GOVE listed the cities across the UK that will see new coronavirus hospitals built as he urged Britons to stay indoors as much as possible in order to help the NHS.
yesterday 16:44
Sir Keir Starmer net worth: How much money is new Labour Party leader worth?
SIR KEIR STARMER, 57, was today announced as the new Labour leader as he takes over from Jeremy Corbyn, 70. How much money does the former barrister have? This is Sir Keir's net worth explained.
yesterday 15:41
‘Something is not right' Nurse reveals terrifying start of coronavirus hell in UK
AN NHS nurse has told how the first day working with coronavirus patients in intensive care was "like being on a battlefield"
yesterday 15:41
UK coronavirus death toll rises to 4,313, up 20% on day earlier

LONDON (Reuters) - The United Kingdom’s death toll from the coronavirus rose by 20% to 4,313 at 1600 GMT on April 3, the health ministry said.

As of 0800 GMT on April 4, a total of 183,190 people have been tested of which 41,903 tested positive, the health ministry said.

yesterday 14:53
Royal fury: How Camilla Parker Bowles 'fuelled Charles rumours' before Diana's death
CAMILLA PARKER BOWLES sparked outrage during a special trip with Princess Diana, Prince Charles and their sons Prince William and Prince Harry after she "fuelled rumours" of a love affair with her soon-to-be husband.
yesterday 14:38
Michael Jackson's friend on how he REALLY reacted to Lisa Marie Presley divorce
MICHAEL JACKSON'S former assistant and friend opened up about life with the King of Pop for the first time last year and shared an insight into the star's relationship and split from Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie Presley.
yesterday 13:35
Britain's Labour turns page on socialism with Starmer as new leader

LONDON (Reuters) - Keir Starmer was elected as the leader of Britain’s main opposition Labour Party on Saturday, pledging to bring an end to years of bitter infighting and to work with the government to contain the raging coronavirus pandemic.

Starmer, a former director of public

yesterday 12:47
Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Loss of this sense could be a sign you lack B12
VITAMIN B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that helps the body make DNA, red blood cells and neurological functions. Loss of which sense could be a sign you're lacking B12?
yesterday 12:32
Britain's Labour Party names Keir Starmer as new leader

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s main opposition Labour Party named Keir Starmer, a former director of public prosecutions who opposed Brexit, as its leader on Saturday.

Starmer, who has tried to carry the socialist supporters of outgoing leader Jeremy Corbyn while also keeping more

yesterday 11:44
Keir Starmer elected Labour leader

SIR KEIR STARMER was elected leader of the Labour Party, the party announced today.

The former shadow Brexit secretary was elected in a first-round victory with 56.2 per cent of the vote, defeating Rebecca Long Bailey and Lisa Nandy. 

Angela Rayner, who served as shadow education

yesterday 11:35
'I'll tear out this poison by its roots' Starmer vows to save Labour after becoming leader
KEIR STARMER vowed to take a resolute stance against anti-Semitic behaviour recorded within the Labour Party in the past decade, pledging to "tear out this poison by its roots."
yesterday 11:29
Britain unlikely to lift coronavirus lockdown until end of May - government expert

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is unlikely to lift its stringent lockdown rules until the end of May, a leading government adviser said on Saturday, warning that the spread of coronavirus must first slow and intense testing be introduced.

The government has put Britain into a widespread

yesterday 10:41
Mary Beard: I’m now a TV presenter in pyjamas
LIKE millions of other people, Dame Mary Beard is getting to grips with the challenges of working from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
yesterday 10:26
Princess Diana heartbreak: 'Fairytale is OVER!' How jury remained out over Royal Family
PRINCESS DIANA endured a testing period in the months and years ahead of her divorce with husband Prince Charles, but while the public continued to take the iconic Di to their hearts, the "jury was out" on the Royal Family during that time, an expert has claimed.
yesterday 10:26
UK unlikely to relax coronavirus lockdown until end of May - top epidemiologist

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will not be able to relax its stringent lockdown rules until the end of May, a leading government adviser said on Saturday, warning that first the spread of coronavirus must slow and intense testing must be introduced.

Neil Ferguson, a leading professor of

yesterday 09:38
Meghan who? Expert predicts unexpected royal to 'fill the gap' left by Meghan and Harry
SOPHIE WESSEX could "fill the gap" left by Meghan Markle as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex start their new life in the US, according to a royal expert.
yesterday 09:23
NCA report: Child sex exploitation fuels organised crime
AT LEAST 350,000 people are now involved in serious and organised crime in Britain - the majority with a sexual interest in children, it was revealed yesterday.
yesterday 09:23
Meghan Markle had Prince Harry 'correct' her as Duchess recorded Disney voiceover project
MEGHAN MARKLE had to be "corrected" by Prince Harry as she recorded her voiceover for the Disney documentary Elephants, the directors of the project have revealed.
yesterday 09:23
Boris Johnson should appoint a Test Tsar during coronavirus crisis, says RICHARD MADELEY
THE time you read this, it may have happened. I certainly hope so. Boris Johnson must take a leaf out of his hero Winston Churchill's book, and appoint a Test Tsar.
yesterday 07:17
Boris under pressure – 55% of readers believe lockdown measures need to be tightened
BRITONS were placed into lockdown last month as Boris Johnson asked the nation to adhere to social distancing regulations.
yesterday 00:59
Daily News
Nostradamus quatrains: Three prophecies of plague people think are about coronavirus
NOSTRADAMUS is believed by many to have predicted many world events and some conspiracy theorists now believe he predicted the coronavirus.
today 00:05
Best supplements for the immune system: The vitamin proven to prevent infection
BEST supplements for the immune system: COVID-19 has exposed the devastating effects of having a weakened immune system. While it is not known how to protect your body against the deadly pathogen, a new study points to the role a certain vitamin plays in reducing the risk of respiratory infections, a finding that could have implications for COVID-19.
today 00:05
Basic income and wealth taxation: Britain could be facing huge economic revolution
BRITAIN could be facing a huge economic revolution as the country desperately tries to limit the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
today 00:05
Face masks: Does wearing a face mask stop the spread of coronavirus? New study offers hope
FACE masks can help curb the spread of coronavirus, even if only by a marginal amount, researchers at the University of Maryland have claimed.
today 00:05
Coronavirus peak: When will we reach the peak? Latest government estimates
THE CORONAVIRUS peak is yet to come to the UK, which saw 3,735 new cases today, bringing the nationwide total to 41,903 and counting. When will the UK reach peak infections?
today 00:05
High blood pressure: The drink you can make at home to lower your reading
HIGH blood pressure is strongly tied to an unhealthy diet and a sedentary lifestyle, both of which are made more likely amid the current lockdown. Luckily, there are simple ways you can lower your reading from the comfort of your own home, including making up a particular drink combination.
today 00:05
Putin fury: How UK helped Russian President's 'biggest enemy' sparking hatred from Kremlin
VLADIMIR PUTIN has a frosty relationship with the UK - and a major contributor to this hostility was when Britain granted asylum to one of the Russian President's biggest opponents.
today 00:05
Christianity crackdown: Worshipper prays for help as cross brutally torn down from church
AUTHORITIES tore down the cross of a Christian church as worshippers prayed for help in a shocking instance of religious persecution in China.
today 00:05
Five London bus workers die with coronavirus amid calls for more safety measures

Five London bus workers have now died with coronavirus, according to a trade union.

Unite branded the deaths a ‘terrible tragedy’.

Regional secretary Peter Kavanagh said: ‘Unite will assist the families of our members in every possible way during this terrible

today 23:02
Queen hopes coronavirus crisis will prove ‘this generation as strong as any’

Queen Elizabeth will tell Britons she hopes the coronavirus crisis will prove this generation is ‘as strong as any’ in a historic address on Sunday evening.

The Monarch, 93, will speak at 8pm in what will be only the fourth televised address of her 68-year-reign during times of

today 23:02
Two prison workers die after suffering coronavirus symptoms

Two staff members at a London prison have died after suffering Covid-19 symptoms, the Prison Officers’ Association (POA) said.

Bovil Peter and Patrick Beckford were both support staff workers at north London’s Pentonville Prison, and were believed to be aged in their 60s. POA national

today 23:02
WWE WrestleMania 36 LIVE results: Updates from night one featuring Lynch vs Baszler
Express Sport bring you all the live action and results from WrestleMania 36.
today 23:02
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry backtrack on future plans after fiery backlash
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have decided to close their website and social media accounts to take a break following a recent heated backlash.
today 23:02
Tax refunds: Tomorrow is the deadline and backdated payments could be lost
TAX refunds can be claimed if a person feels they have paid too much in tax. The tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April which means time is running out for making a claim.
today 23:02
BBC Weather: Red warning issued over tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in Europe
BBC Weather has warned parts of Europe could be hit with severe thunderstorms, wildfires and tornadoes over the next few days of "disturbing" weather.
today 23:02
Coronavirus in animals: Highly likely bats DID start the coronavirus pandemic - expert
CORONAVIRUS most likely originated in bats or pangolins as it was originally thought, a zoologist has claimed.
today 23:02
Show typical British resolve, Queen to tell nation amid coronavirus outbreak

LONDON (Reuters) - Queen Elizabeth will call on Britons to show the same resolve as their forebears and take on the challenge and disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak with good-humoured resolve when she makes an extremely rare address to rally the nation on Sunday.

In what will

today 22:14
Coronavirus: Parks busy despite lockdown as many head out to enjoy the sun The government had been nervous that people would not be able to resist warmer weather and head outside despite the lockdown.
The government had been nervous that people would not be able to resist warmer weather and head outside despite the lockdown.
yesterday 21:59
Latest news from Great Britain
today 00:05 Nostradamus quatrains: Three prophecies of plague people think are about coronavirus
today 00:05 Best supplements for the immune system: The vitamin proven to prevent infection
today 00:05 Basic income and wealth taxation: Britain could be facing huge economic revolution
today 00:05 Face masks: Does wearing a face mask stop the spread of coronavirus? New study offers hope
today 00:05 Coronavirus peak: When will we reach the peak? Latest government estimates
today 00:05 High blood pressure: The drink you can make at home to lower your reading
today 00:05 Putin fury: How UK helped Russian President's 'biggest enemy' sparking hatred from Kremlin
today 00:05 Christianity crackdown: Worshipper prays for help as cross brutally torn down from church
today 23:02 Five London bus workers die with coronavirus amid calls for more safety measures
today 23:02 Queen hopes coronavirus crisis will prove ‘this generation as strong as any’
today 23:02 Two prison workers die after suffering coronavirus symptoms
today 23:02 WWE WrestleMania 36 LIVE results: Updates from night one featuring Lynch vs Baszler
today 23:02 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry backtrack on future plans after fiery backlash
today 23:02 Tax refunds: Tomorrow is the deadline and backdated payments could be lost
today 23:02 BBC Weather: Red warning issued over tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in Europe
today 23:02 Coronavirus in animals: Highly likely bats DID start the coronavirus pandemic - expert
today 23:02 Queen's coronavirus plea to Britain: 'Let future generations know we're as strong as ANY'
today 22:14 Show typical British resolve, Queen to tell nation amid coronavirus outbreak
yesterday 21:59 Coronavirus: Parks busy despite lockdown as many head out to enjoy the sun The government had been nervous that people would not be able to resist warmer weather and head outside despite the lockdown.
yesterday 21:59 Coronavirus: Queen hopes crisis will prove 'this generation is as strong as any' The Queen will address the nation about the coronavirus crisis in a rare special address from Windsor Castle.
yesterday 21:59 UK coronavirus death rate ‘clearly steeper than Italy’
yesterday 21:59 Vladimir Putin coronavirus cover-up:Arrested doctor grills Putin for 'causing all of this'
yesterday 21:59 Type 2 diabetes symptoms: The coronavirus-like symptom to watch out for
yesterday 21:08 Appeal to find missing Stephen Brown, 67, last seen in Hessle
yesterday 21:08 Mum names twins Corona and Covid to mark coronavirus lockdown
yesterday 20:56 Coronavirus: LGBT+ charity says young people should 'pause' coming out in lockdown Coming out can put young people at risk of homelessness - a quarter of the UK's young homeless population identify as LGBT+.
yesterday 20:56 Coronavirus: Michael Gove admits 'nature' of Universal Credit may need to change Nearly a million people have been forced to sign up for the unemployment benefit due to the coronavirus pandemic.
yesterday 20:56 Brendan O'Carroll wife: Jennifer Gibney reveals hobby Mrs Brown’s Boys couple escape with
yesterday 20:56 Matt Lucas feud: Inside the seven year feud with David Walliams
yesterday 20:56 PFA hit out at Matt Hancock over Premier League player wage cut demand in strong statement
yesterday 20:56 The FCA propose three month holidays extend to credit cards – expert calls for more
yesterday 20:05 James Scott breaks silence on 'cruel' injury, rehabilitation with Tom Eaves and joining Hull City
yesterday 20:05 James Scott breaks silence on 'cruel' injury, rehabilitation with Tom Eaves and joining Hull City
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yesterday 20:05 Lotto results: Winning National Lottery and Thunderball numbers for Saturday April 4
yesterday 20:05 Hull KR's most eye-catching stats for 2020 so far
yesterday 20:05 Hull KR's most eye-catching stats for 2020 so far
yesterday 19:53 Coronavirus: Boris Johnson's pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds has had symptoms of coronavirus The 32-year-old advised other expectant parents to keep up to date with relevant guidance from experts.
yesterday 19:53 PS Plus April 2020: PS4 free games update ahead of PlayStation Plus release
yesterday 19:53 Brexit humiliation: Trump's warning of EU downfall exposed - 'will come back to bite you!'
yesterday 19:53 Olly Murs girlfriend: How Olly horrified girlfriend Amelia with THIS move
yesterday 19:53 Tom Jones wife: How Linda reacted to husband’s affairs - ‘She punched and shouted’
yesterday 19:53 NASA news: Mars 2020 rover is fitted with wheels as NASA readies for July launch
yesterday 19:53 Hair loss treatment: The nutritional supplement shown to promote hair growth
yesterday 19:53 ISA warning: Tomorrow is the last day that allowances can be used before resetting
yesterday 19:53 BBC's Laura Kuenssberg exposes 'brutal' backlash against Boris Johnson over coronavirus
yesterday 19:05 UK coronavirus death rate to stay high top medic says, as toll passes 4,300
yesterday 18:56 Starmer's win is a defeat, but our movement is not beaten
yesterday 18:50 Coronavirus: Police block entrance to hospital after oxygen supply problems Watford General Hospital tells patients to stay away and declares a critical incident after discovering a technical issue.
yesterday 18:50 Woman can’t get passport after making ‘Tinkerbell the real Goddess’ middle name
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