RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Pay a fine and go directly bankrupt… Welcome to Monopoly – Covid Edition

Boris Johnson is promising Tory MPs all kinds of concessions to head off a revolt over the latest Covid restrictions. The lockdown will be kept under constant review. Low-risk areas may be shifted from Tier Three to Tier Two. The rules could be relaxed mid-December and abandoned altogether by the end of January. Believe that […]

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I’m A Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec ‘are staying at £1000-a-WEEK cottage while filming hit show’

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! contestants have been sleeping in hammocks and working in pairs to pump water for showers. And it appears that hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly‘s digs are worlds away from the camp as they have reportedly been living in a £1000-a-week cottage. The presenters, both 45, […]

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One quarter of Britons found the second national lockdown harder to follow

More than a quarter of Britons found it harder to follow the second lockdown compared to the first, a survey has revealed. The most common reasons for struggling were feeling fatigued by Covid restrictions, a belief measures were unjust and bad weather restricting people from going outside and seeing friends and family. Experts feared that ‘lockdown […]

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Brendan Rodgers says Leicester made ‘too many mistakes’ during ‘disappointing’ 2-1 defeat

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers says his side made ‘too many mistakes’ during ‘disappointing’ defeat by Fulham as they miss opportunity to move level on points with Tottenham and Liverpool Fulham beat Leicester 2-1 at the King Power Stadium to move out of relegation  Brendan Rodgers says that his team made ‘too many mistakes’ against Fulham He felt […]

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Prehistory: Archipelago SURVIVED the massive tsunami that cut Britain off from Europe in 6,200 BC

An archipelago survived the tsunami that cut Britain off from Europe 8,200 years ago — and may have been a staging ground for early farmers migrating over from the continent and bringing agricultural practices with them. Researchers from the UK and Estonia analysed sediment cores from the south of Doggerland, which used to link the […]

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Co-op unveils its ter-jerking Christmas advert featuring two young brothers singing Oasis cover

Co-op unveils tear-jerking Christmas advert featuring two brothers aged 12 and 6 performing a busking version of Oasis’ Round Are Way outside their local branch to cheer up community during the pandemic Ad stars two real-life brothers from Huddersfield, Austin, 12, and Rocco, six Duo set up outside their local Co-op and play and sing guitar […]

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Border operations centre is set up in bid to avoid Customs chaos after Brexit

Border operations centre is set up in bid to avoid Customs chaos after Brexit Ministers are braced for border disruption that could last months after Brexit State-of-the-art 24/7 facility will be used to gather information on flow of goods The centre will help the Government and local police to make rapid decisions By John Stevens […]

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Man becomes the fourth person in his family to have testicular cancer

Salesman Matt Inman-Shore first heard about testicular cancer when he was a boy — his father, grandfather and uncle had all been through it. ‘I was nine when my dad, Steven, now 60, got his diagnosis and 12 when the men in my family began having cringy conversations with me, telling me to check myself,’ says […]

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Romain Grosjean’s wife pays emotional tribute with ‘superhero’ F1 driver set to leave hospital

‘It didn’t take one miracle but several’: Romain Grosjean’s wife pays emotional tribute with ‘superhero’ F1 driver set to leave hospital after escaping with minor burns from fireball smash which melted his visor Romain Grosjean’s helmet visor melted as he sat in his burning car on Sunday The Frenchman’s car burst into flames as it […]

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Missing man, 62, is found alive clinging to his capsized boat 86 miles off the coast of Florida

A sailor who went missing off Port Canaveral on Florida’s east coast was found alive almost two days later clinging to his capsized motorboat some 86 miles from shore. The U.S. Coast Guard say 62-year-old boater, Stuart Bee, went missing in his 32-foot boat after setting out at 4pm on Friday afternoon. His family raised the alarm […]

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The Undoing finale leaves UK viewers with mixed feelings after it is revealed who killed Elena Alves

Viewers have been waiting with bated breath to discover who killed Elena Alves, and The Undoing’s season finale, which aired on Monday, finally revealed the truth. As the six-part HBO drama came to a close on Sky Atlantic in the UK it was revealed who murdered Elena (Matilda De Angelis), after Jonathan Fraser (Hugh Grant) […]

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Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers without Covid jab away

No jab? You’re barred! Bars, restaurants, cinemas and sports venues could turn away anyone who hasn’t had a Covid-19 vaccine, minister warns Restaurants, bars & cinemas may turn people away if they haven’t had a jab  Airlines have already been examining the idea of asking for ‘immunity passports’  Some experts tonight said they were uneasy […]

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Dramatic rescue of hiker who got trapped under a boulder for 12 HOURS in California mountains

An injured hiker who slipped and got trapped under a massive falling boulder in California for 12 excruciating hours has been miraculously rescued after he cut his pants open with a pen knife to get his phone and he dug his way out from under the rock. Jason Koch, 48, was hiking in the heavily wooded […]

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Kangaroos BRAWL outside a pub in Perth, Western Australia

The ultimate pub fight: Incredible moment huge kangaroos BRAWL outside a hotel as a crowd of furry spectators watch on The fight was captured by an onlooker outside John Forrest Tavern near Perth The kangaroos were seen standing on their hind legs while throwing punches Two sparring kangaroos garnered an audience of other intrigued marsupials   By […]

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Robot nurse with a human-like face perform coronavirus tests and reminds patients to wear a mask

A young Egyptian engineer has invented a remote-control robot that can take patient’s temperature, test for COVID-19 and even reprimand those not wearing a mask.  With a human-like face and robotic arms, ‘Cira-03’ is capable of drawing blood and performing EKGs and x-rays, then display test results on a screen on its chest. Cira-03 tests […]

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Sunshine Coast: Carpet python tries to choke nine-week-old wolfhound cross named Jasper to death

Terrified dog owner forced to wrestle with a PYTHON as it slips out of a bush to choke her nine-week-old puppy Jasper – puncturing his face and lung A Sunshine Coast woman has saved her new puppy Jasper from a carpet python  Michella van Schouwen heard her pooch’s cries for help and rushed outside  She […]

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Why you need to deep clean your kettle now: Mum shares her simple one-ingredient cleaner

An Australian mother-of-two has revealed how to deep clean your kettle using one natural ingredient. The woman, who goes by Mama Mila, from Melbourne, shared a video on TikTok with her 160,000 followers and demonstrated how easy the ‘need to know’ cleaning hack is to complete. ‘This is the natural, no-scrub way to rid kettle limescale,’ […]

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Liverpool to submit plans for Anfield expansion this week

Liverpool to submit plans for Anfield expansion this week as they look for approval on proposal that will take capacity above 61,000 – giving it the third largest capacity in the top flight Liverpool are once again looking to redevelop their Anfield home on Merseyside  The club are to submit planning application for their Anfield […]

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Rare nine-legged octopus is discovered by Japanese fisherman who was about to eat it for dinner

One leg up! Rare nine-legged octopus is discovered by Japanese fisherman who noticed the extra appendage while boiling the creature for dinner A nine-legged octopus was discovered off the coast of northern Japan A fisherman brought it home for dinner and noticed the extra leg while it cooked Scientists say the ninth limb grew back […]

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Cheltenham suffers fresh setback after Magners call time on their sponsorship of the Gold Cup

Cheltenham suffers fresh setback after drinks company Magners reveal they will end their sponsorship of the Gold Cup next year Cider maker were also the first presenting partner for the Cheltenham Festival  Magners sponsorship deal will end after the 2021 Cheltenham Gold Cup It follows the RSA Insurance Group and Racing Post cutting their links  […]

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John Gilbert Getty was found dead in ‘Indian style sitting pose’ on hotel bed in front of his laptop

John Getty, a grandson of billionaire oil tycoon J. Paul Getty and heir to the estimated $5billion family fortune, was found dead while in an ‘Indian style sitting pose’ with both his eyes and mouth wide open, DailyMail.com can reveal. According to a police report obtained by DailyMail.com Getty’s body was discovered by staff in […]

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MARTIN SAMUEL: Arsenal are shooting for the moon and crash-landing on garden shed

Paul Merson called Arsenal a mid-table team. He may have over-estimated a little. Arsenal are certainly not top six material and, right now, sit outside the middle rump of seven. In other years, a total of 13 points after 10 games might place a club a few spots higher, yet in some ways Arsenal are […]

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Defence guru Shaun Edwards backs depleted France to put up a fight against England

England are where we want to be, says Shaun Edwards as defence guru backs depleted France to put up a fight in Autumn Nations Cup final France will be without 25 players for the tournament decider on Saturday Edwards acknowledges the visitors face a huge challenge at Twickenham A win over Italy by the same […]

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Barnier claims PM has agreed to keep Britain tied to European human rights rules after Brexit 

Boris Johnson ‘has caved in on human rights’: Michel Barnier claims Prime Minister has agreed to keep Britain tied to European human rights rules after Brexit Prime Minister had previously been warned UK would be kicked from joint law enforcement programmes if it pulled out of the European human rights rules EU chief Brexit negotiator […]

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Pep Guardiola hits back at Porto manager Sergio Conceicao’s claim he pressures referees

Pep Guardiola hits back at Porto manager Sergio Conceicao’s claim he pressures referees as pair continue their feud ahead of Manchester City’s Champions League trip to Portugal Manchester City need a point away to Porto to top Champions League group They came from behind to beat Portuguese champions 3-1 in matchday one  Porto boss Sergio […]

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Canada's most endangered mammal that looks like a 'chunky squirrel' is making a comeback

One of Canada‘s most endangered animals is making a comeback, and it has skiers to thank for its recovery. Vancouver Island marmots, a chunky relative of the common squirrel, have seen their numbers dwindle to barely more than two doze. However, due to the efforts of conservationist, the furry creatures  have multiplied to around 200. […]

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Robin Goodfellow’s Racing Tips: Best bets for Tuesday, December 1

Robin Goodfellow’s Racing Tips: Best bets for Tuesday, December 1 By Sam Turner For The Daily Mail Published: 17:52 EST, 30 November 2020 | Updated: 17:52 EST, 30 November 2020 Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Tuesday’s meetings at Newcastle, Southwell, Lingfield and Wolverhampton.  Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out […]

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ALEX BRUMMER: When it comes to the economic impact of the tier levels, No10 is flying blind

Finally MPs, the business community, employees and the rest of the country are discovering a terrible truth. When it comes to the economic impact of the tier levels that will determine the future of enterprise up and down the country during the coming months, the Government is clearly flying blind. Yesterday’s ‘impact statement’ was designed […]

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The budget health gadgets that can save you up to £1,400 

A top-of-the-range toothbrush can now set you back up to £500 — but is it worth spending that much? Just about every medical gadget has a high-end option, but often this is for fancy extras.  So, whether you are choosing a blood pressure monitor or bathroom scales, JUDITH KEELING talks to experts about which bargain […]

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