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Queen's rousing message: Monarch to deliver a rallying cry to the nation on Sunday

Queen's rousing message: Monarch to deliver a rallying cry to the nation on Sunday

Invoking the spirit of the Second World War, the 93-year-old monarch will tell the public: 'I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge.'

My wedding's off and now I'm planning a proper party!

My wedding's off and now I'm planning a proper party!

A few weeks ago, when we were less careful with vocabulary, we might have described Michelle Mone's wedding as having been planned with military precision. And then came Armageddon...

New cashback scheme could help you knock thousands off your mortgage

New cashback scheme could help you knock thousands off your mortgage

The Accelerate My Mortgage scheme is a new service, rewarding borrowers for shopping with some of the UK's best-known retailers, including Asos, Sports Direct and John Lewis.

Coronavirus spread around UK is catching up with London

Coronavirus spread around UK is catching up with London

Dramatic travel restrictions imposed across the continent will see rich and poor alike reliant on the same doctors and resources available in their home country.

Scientist leading Sweden's battle against coronavirus says Britain's lockdown has gone too far

Scientist leading Sweden's battle against coronavirus says Britain's lockdown has gone too far

Epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, 63, fronts daily press conferences in Stockholm, leaving politicians to take a back seat.

Millions stay indoors to watch the VIRTUAL Grand National amid the coronavirus outbreak 

Millions stay indoors to watch the VIRTUAL Grand National amid the coronavirus outbreak 

This year's meeting was run by a computer simulation with bookmakers donating all profits to NHS charities after the real event was scrapped under the government guidelines.

The teenage rebel who outwitted Dr Mengele and lived to tell her tale

The teenage rebel who outwitted Dr Mengele and lived to tell her tale

FRANCI RABINEK EPSTEIN: It was late at night when we stopped at a platform with a big sign that read 'Auschwitz'. The name meant nothing to me.

NIGEL FARAGE: Walks among the bluebells. Have I kicked my bad habits? Not exactly

NIGEL FARAGE: Walks among the bluebells. Have I kicked my bad habits? Not exactly

NIGEL FARAGE: I didn't need much more convincing to get out of London and go into a form of isolation. I have spent the past three weeks at home in Kent.

South London park shuts indefinitely after 3,000 people visit

South London park shuts indefinitely after 3,000 people visit

Lambeth Council tweeted earlier today and said: 'Despite clear advice, over 3000 people spent today in Brockwell Park, many of them sunbathing or in large groups. This is unacceptable.'

Tory MPs lash out at 'sanctimonious' Jeremy Hunt who 'left us unprepared' for pandemic

Tory MPs lash out at 'sanctimonious' Jeremy Hunt who 'left us unprepared' for pandemic

Jeremy Hunt faced a withering coronavirus backlash from Tory colleagues yesterday as tensions over the Government's 'too slow' testing regime burst into the open.

France's coronavirus death toll slows to 441 the day after a record 588 were killed by the disease

France's coronavirus death toll slows to 441 the day after a record 588 were killed by the disease

The number of people who died from coronavirus infections in France today slowed to 441 after a record 588 people were killed with the disease yesterday (pictured, medical staff in Bordeaux).

Now is not the time to give up custard creams

Now is not the time to give up custard creams

EVE SIMMONS: It's a very British tradition that offers comfort in even the darkest of times - settling down with a cup of tea and a biscuit

Larking about with the lads, future MI5 chief who even then was known as 007

Larking about with the lads, future MI5 chief who even then was known as 007

The career spy, who has worked for MI5 for 25 years and oversaw its investigation into Russia's attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal in 2018, will take up his new post later this month.

Liberal Democrat lothario, 55, who has had a string of lovers is thrown out by his Bulgarian fiancee

Liberal Democrat lothario, 55, who has had a string of lovers is thrown out by his Bulgarian fiancee

Lembit Opik has incurred the wrath of Sabina Vankova after she spotted pictures of him with Natalia Khomutinnkova on what Mr Opik said were work trips to Paris and Nice.

Britain's 'worst mother' Karen Matthews is expecting a baby after fiancee 'slept with surrogate'

Britain's 'worst mother' Karen Matthews is expecting a baby after fiancee 'slept with surrogate'

Convicted paedophile Karen Matthews (pictured) is set to become a mother again with partner Paul Saunders, using a surrogate. Matthews faked her daughter's kidnapping for £50,000 reward.

UK receives 300 ventilators from China to fight coronavirus

UK receives 300 ventilators from China to fight coronavirus

A team from University College London working with Mercedes Benz has produced a new non-invasive respirator that has been clinically approved, Mr Gove said today.

Third heroic nurse dies after treating patients with killer virus

Third heroic nurse dies after treating patients with killer virus

John Alagos, an NHS nurse, who died after treating stricken coronavirus patients had fallen ill at work but was not allowed to go home because his ward was so short-staffed.

Rishi Sunak at war with Matt Hancock over best way out of coronavirus lockdown

Rishi Sunak at war with Matt Hancock over best way out of coronavirus lockdown

Rishi Sunak has made 'robust' representations to Matt Hancock, arguing that unless a path is mapped now for a swift return to normal economic activity it could cause lasting damage to the country.

Two prison workers die after suffering from coronavirus symptoms

Two prison workers die after suffering from coronavirus symptoms

Two staff members at north London's Pentonville Prison have died after suffering Covid-19 symptoms, the Prison Officers' Association said (pictured, HMP Pentonville).

'We are facing the biggest financial crash for 100 years', economists warn

'We are facing the biggest financial crash for 100 years', economists warn

George Buckley, UK economist at Nomura, said this year's crash would easily surpass the 2008 financial crisis - when the UK economy suffered a 4.2 per cent fall - and the lows of WW2.

Epstein's harem of hell: Courtney was 14 when she went to the home of Andrew's paedophile friend

Epstein's harem of hell: Courtney was 14 when she went to the home of Andrew's paedophile friend

A powerful new book has put more pressure on Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI over allegations that his friend Jeffrey Epstein paid a teenage girl to have sex with him.

Gareth Southgate agrees to take 30 per cent pay cut during coronavirus crisis

Gareth Southgate agrees to take 30 per cent pay cut during coronavirus crisis

England manager Gareth Southgate has agreed to take a 30 per cent pay cut. The move is expected to be confirmed next week by the Football Association.

Monzo bank co-founder ditches his £2billion company to look after nearly 300 Alpacas

Monzo bank co-founder ditches his £2billion company to look after nearly 300 Alpacas

Paul Rippon, 48, who co-founded Monzo bank in 2015, stepped down from his hectic London day job to help on his wife's alpaca farm in Northumberland full-time.

Journalist faces calls to be sacked for racism after saying 'They are burying their Pokemons'

Journalist faces calls to be sacked for racism after saying 'They are burying their Pokemons'

AN under-fire French journalist is facing calls to be sacked after whispering 'they are burying the Pokemons' during a day of mourning for Chinese coronavirus victims.

Multiple coronavirus patients are accidentally transferred to New York hospital ship

Multiple coronavirus patients are accidentally transferred to New York hospital ship

Less than five patients were transferred from the city's Javits Center to hospital ship Comfort on Friday in New York City.

Trump signals support for creating a SECOND coronavirus taskforce looking at reopening the economy

Trump signals support for creating a SECOND coronavirus taskforce looking at reopening the economy

President Trump tweeted Saturday that it was a 'good idea!' to form a second coronavirus taskforce to put in place a plan to reopen the American economy.

NHS workers are forced to fight coronavirus with box of out-of-date face masks

NHS workers are forced to fight coronavirus with box of out-of-date face masks

The unopened boxes of 3M masks had their best before date changed to May 2016 and then May 2019. The South West Ambulance Service, which handed out the masks, said they were safe to use.

Tesco emails customers encouraging them to visit stores instead of shopping online

Tesco emails customers encouraging them to visit stores instead of shopping online

The retail giant encouraged healthy shoppers across the UK to go to stores to buy groceries in order to help those who are more vulnerable.

Terror suspect shouting 'Alluhu Akbar' stabs two to death in French town

Terror suspect shouting 'Alluhu Akbar' stabs two to death in French town

The bloodbath took place in the town of Romans-sur-Isère, which is south of the eastern city of Lyon, late on Saturday morning. The suspect - a Sudanese national in his thirties - was arrested at the scene.

Britain suffers its worst day yet in coronavirus crisis as 708 die in one day taking total to 4,313 

Britain suffers its worst day yet in coronavirus crisis as 708 die in one day taking total to 4,313 

A five-year-old child who had underlying health issues is the youngest victim to die with the coronavirus in Britain, as a further 708 people who tested positive for the disease also died today.

New York's coronavirus apex is likely to hit in the next WEEK as 630 die in one day

New York's coronavirus apex is likely to hit in the next WEEK as 630 die in one day

New York now has 113,704 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 3,565 deaths, an increase of 630 deaths from the day before, Cuomo said at a press conference on Saturday.

Flight carrying 214 Brits trapped on coronavirus-hit cruise ships in Florida arrive back at Heathrow

Flight carrying 214 Brits trapped on coronavirus-hit cruise ships in Florida arrive back at Heathrow

Almost all of the 214 passengers were seen wearing facemasks as they made their way through the arrivals lounge at Heathrow, two days after President Trump allowed the cruise ships to dock.

Coronavirus is spreading around UK says Michael Gove

Coronavirus is spreading around UK says Michael Gove

NHS England said 212 people diagnosed with Covid-19 died in the Midlands in the 24 hours to 5pm on Friday. A total of 637 people died in England over that period.

Linda Lusardi, 61, shares first snap after COVID-19 battle

Linda Lusardi, 61, shares first snap after COVID-19 battle

The former glamour girl, 61, took to Instagram on Saturday night to share a snap of herself tucked up in bed with her pet dog Dexter.

Scientists slam celebrities for 'fanning the flames' of false theory blaming 5G  for coronavirus

Scientists slam celebrities for 'fanning the flames' of false theory blaming 5G for coronavirus

National medical director of NHS England Professor Steve Powis said the theories were 'absolute and utter rubbish'. Woody Harrelson, Lee Ryan and Calum Best have all shared false 5G theories.

President of Royal Institute of British Architects temporarily steps down over affair rumours

President of Royal Institute of British Architects temporarily steps down over affair rumours

Alan Jones, 55, lives with his wife Laura and their two children in Randalstown, County Antrim. A friend, who asked not to be named, said: 'Alan [...] is working on saving his marriage.'

English football chiefs tell players that clubs face losing £1.137 billion

English football chiefs tell players that clubs face losing £1.137 billion

In a video conference call, the Premier League told of the potential losses to clubs, as they look to convince players to take a 30 per cent mix of cuts and deferrals on their wages.

Surgeon General makes face mask with T-shirt and rubber bands

Surgeon General makes face mask with T-shirt and rubber bands

Surgeon General Jerome Adams put out a video on how to make a 'cloth face covering' by using an old T-shirt and rubber bands. The CDC on Friday began recommending to wear such items.

Airlines including BA and Easyjet are selling tickets for flights in April and May despite lockdown

Airlines including BA and Easyjet are selling tickets for flights in April and May despite lockdown

Airlines including British Airways and EasyJet are selling tickets for flights in May despite health officials warnings a global lockdown could last for months (stock photo of a woman on a beach).

Carol Vorderman reveals private plane is being used to fly PPE to NHS staff amid coronavirus crisis

Carol Vorderman reveals private plane is being used to fly PPE to NHS staff amid coronavirus crisis

Carol Vorderman has donated her private plane 'Mildred' to help ferry personal protective equipment to NHS staff during the coronavirus crisis.

China is appointed position on UN Human Rights Council despite long-record of human rights

China is appointed position on UN Human Rights Council despite long-record of human rights

Jiang Duan, minister at the Chinese Mission in Geneva, has been appointed to the UN Human Rights Council's Consultative Group.

Husband of Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter Maeve, 40, pays tribute to missing wife

Husband of Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter Maeve, 40, pays tribute to missing wife

In a Facebook post penned late Friday, David McKean claimed it was all but certain his wife Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, 40, and their son Gideon, eight, had drowned

Domestic abuse soars by 30 per cent in coronavirus lockdown

Domestic abuse soars by 30 per cent in coronavirus lockdown

Dame Vera Baird said the government urgently needed a strategy and called on it to provide funding for charities and self-catering rooms for victims to escape domestic violence.

Prince Andrew's 'gold-digger' former lover Koo Stark branded 'evasive and combative' by judge

Prince Andrew's 'gold-digger' former lover Koo Stark branded 'evasive and combative' by judge

Actress Koo Stark, 63, was branded 'evasive and combative' by Judge David Halpern in a ruling yesterday. Her claim against former partner Warren Walker, 60, was refused last week.

Retired mental health worker, 59, dies from coronavirus after answering call to return and help

Retired mental health worker, 59, dies from coronavirus after answering call to return and help

Glen Corbin, 59, from Brent in north-west London, worked as a healthcare assistant at the Park Royal Centre for Mental Health for many years and had recently retired.

Carrie Symonds has got coronavirus: Boris Johnson's pregnant fiancee reveals she has tested positive

Carrie Symonds has got coronavirus: Boris Johnson's pregnant fiancee reveals she has tested positive

Ms Symonds said: 'I've spent the past week in bed with the main symptoms of Coronavirus. I haven't needed to be tested and, after seven days of rest, I feel stronger and I'm on the mend.'

Man climbs the height of Mount Everest on his stairs for charity

Man climbs the height of Mount Everest on his stairs for charity

The husband of a frontline NHS worker has completed an epic challenge for charity by climbing the height of the world's tallest mountain inside his own house.

Boris Johnson writes to all leaders of opposition parties to invite them to Number 10

Boris Johnson writes to all leaders of opposition parties to invite them to Number 10

Boris Johnson has invited opposition leaders to come and work together to battle coronavirus, as it is announced that the Queen is set to boost morale in a rare address tomorrow.

Sir Keir Starmer WINS election to replace Jeremy Corbyn as the new Labour leader

Sir Keir Starmer WINS election to replace Jeremy Corbyn as the new Labour leader

The former human rights lawyer, 57, was a vocal supporter of the Remain campaign before during and after Brexit finally happened on December 31, in contrast to Mr Corbyn's tepid support.

Keir Starmer vows to stamp out  anti-Semitism 'poison' as he becomes new Labour leader

Keir Starmer vows to stamp out anti-Semitism 'poison' as he becomes new Labour leader

He lashed out at the anti-Jewish racism that was able to flourish under his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn and led to the departure of many members and even some Jewish MPs.

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