When the Queen (pictured right) took part in her first public video call from Windsor Castle last month to support the nation’s carers, it was Princess Anne (pictured left) who assisted her mother on Zoom. In a sneak preview of a new ITV documentary marking the royal’s 70th birthday, Anne asks Her Majesty: ‘Can you see everybody? You should have six people on your screen.’ When the Queen replies: ‘Yes, well I can see four anyway,’ the princess is quick to remark: ‘Actually, you don’t need me. You know what I look like!’
A senior government source told the Mail the Prime Minister was ‘extremely concerned’ by outbreaks ‘bubbling up’, both at home and abroad. Although the number of UK cases is relatively low, rises were recorded each day last week for the first time since the April peak. The seven-day average stands at almost 700 – 28 per cent up on three weeks ago (daily tracker, left). Ministers have been warning of a potential second wave of the pandemic this winter but now fear it could come sooner. On a visit to Nottingham yesterday (pictured right), Mr Johnson said Britons must not drop their guard.
Ministers are still grappling with whether to reduce the two-week isolation period for arrivals from non-exempt countries, such as Spain.
Georgie Phillips, 28, and Mark Paul Dillon, 31, pleaded guilty to flouting Guernsey’s mandatory two-week quarantine period for overseas travellers.
Parts of Britain are set to be hotter than Spain later this week. Temperatures of up to 91F are expected in London and South East England on Friday, which may be the hottest day of the year so far.
Zuckerberg’s written testimony will argue that the social media company became successful ‘the American way, by starting out with nothing and providing products that people find valuable.
Police were called to help three entertainer’s who were attacked and racially abused by primary-school-aged children at a party they were booked for in Little Billington, Bedfordshire. When Ebonie Gooding (inset right), 28, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, her sister Tamara (inset left), 29, and her cousin Rosie Trumpet, 31, arrived at the party in Paw Patrol costumes, they were attacked by a group of primary-school-aged children who kicked and punched them. Pictured inset top: Balloons, including one featuring Paw Patrol characters supplied by the women’s event company Meet & Greet Events, posted on social media on July 24. Pictured left and right: Entertainers from the Meet & Greet Events Team including some dressed as Paw Patrol.
Buy-to-let was one of Britain’s best-loved investments before crippling tax blows caused many landlords to lose interest. Sofia Jones began investing in houses six years ago.
When Michael and Brenda Pickup received an offer of free insulation under the Government’s Green Deal, they thought it was a safe way to save money. But they face a huge bill to correct the damage.
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Nottinghamshire Police today released CCTV footage which shows the final moments before footballer Jordan Sinnott (right) was attacked over a joke about one of his killers being ‘fat and ginger’ – evidence which led the three ‘to be brought to justice’. In the clip, Kai Denovan and Cameron Matthews are seen ‘following rapidly behind’ Mr Sinnott (left, circled) who is walking towards The Vine pub with two friends, Ben Bossons and Adam Towlson. Prosecutors said Denovan ‘flew immediately into a rage’ following a brief confrontation because the victim agreed with a ‘joke’ that the attacker was ‘fat and ginger’. The Matlock Town FC midfielder, 25, died in hospital after suffering a fractured skull and brain damage in an assault in the centre of Retford, Nottinghamshire, at around 2am on January 25. Matthews (inset left), 21, pleaded guilty to manslaughter at an earlier hearing, admitting he administered the fatal punch. Denovan (inset centre), 22, was also found guilty of manslaughter after a trial at Nottingham Crown Court. Sean Nicholson (inset right), 22, admitted affray in connection with the same incident.
As part of a £2billion anti-obesity drive, Boris Johnson on Monday announced plans to encourage cycling through a range of incentives including £50 vouchers to repair bicycles. But despite launching the initiative at 11.45pm on a Tuesday night, demand for the vouchers has appeared to be unexpectedly popular and crashed the website. Dozens of people took to social media to air their frustration, with some saying they had stayed up late just to be first in line to get a voucher.
The actress looked in high spirits (left) as she strolled through central London with her partner Bianca Butti, sister Whitney Heard, lawyer Jennifer Robinson and other members of her girl squad after visiting Japanese restaurant Jugemu. Earlier, she fought back tears (right) as she admitted it had been ‘incredibly painful’ to relive the break-up of her marriage to Johnny Depp (inset) during his explosive libel trial. The Aquaman actress was heckled and booed by her ex-husband’s fans as she delivered an emotional statement on the steps of London’s High Court, where Depp’s 16-day libel trial against The Sun ended yesterday afternoon.
Until a global pandemic brought about lockdown, Rose Jones’ (right) artistic endeavours were largely focused on her fine art degree at Oxford Brookes University. But with the 20-year-old’s academic journey on hold, lately, upstairs in the family home, in a picturesque corner of Hampshire, Rose’s creative enterprises have taken a rather different, eyebrow-raising turn. She takes photos of herself, in various stages of undress (in the afternoon, with the sun beaming through her bedroom window is her favourite time) before posting the material online, behind a paywall. Her marketplace? A website called OnlyFans. Incredibly, this new endeavour has unfolded under the very same roof where Rosie recently said her last goodbye to her mother (pictured together inset), who died of cancer three weeks ago. Left: Kaya Corbridge is in the top 0.1 per cent of creators on OnlyFans, and last year bought her first home, in the North of England, outright for £125,000.
Lissie Harper, the widow of Thames Valley Police officer Andrew Harper has written to Boris Johnson and others after three teenagers were found not guilty of her husband’s murder.
Christian Brueckner is currently in prison in Kiel for drug dealing and had launched legal proceedings to get released after serving two-thirds of his sentence. He has now dropped his bid.
Around 9.5million people remain on furlough from 1.2million employers, the government announced yesterday. However Rishi Sunak (pictured) is coming under pressure to extend the scheme until next year.
The social care crisis was exacerbated further by a series of ‘reckless’ and ‘appalling’ policy errors, according to a damning Commons public accounts committee report.
MailOnline compared Amazon Fresh, available with a Prime subscription at £7.99 per month, to grocery delivery services at some of Britain’s most established supermarkets.
A review of 54 scientific studies involving 7,000 children says learning an instrument provides no boost in other areas of study.
Diners in Britain will receive a 50 per cent discount, up to a maximum of £10 per head, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the month of August.
TV chef Jamie Oliver, 45, has been branded ‘hypocritical’ for praising Boris Johnson’s anti-obesity plan. Speaking on C4 news yesterday, he said: ‘This could be pivotal moment in awful storm.’
The musician – real name Richard Cowie – has had his Facebook and Instagram accounts removed after launching another inflammatory rant.
The Prime Minister is seeking to hire a surrogate who will ‘communicate with the nation’ on his behalf as part of a radical shake-up of the Number 10 media operation.
UK media regulator Ofcom has given the BBC the green light to slash the beloved afternoon Newsround bulletin in September, which first aired on April 4, 1972.
The English Defence League founder, 37, said he left Britain with his family ‘straight away’ after an arson attack on his wife Jenna Vowles’s house.
HENRY DEEDES: Pack away the ermine and box up that tiara. Oh, and while you’re at it, better ring Smythson and cancel that fancy new stationery.
Vicki Hedley, 45 (left with daughters Meghan and Katie), had spent a relaxing nine days in sunny Gran Canaria with daughters Megan, 20, and Katie, 15, forgetting about the stresses of months under lockdown. All that was turned upside down by Saturday’s news: the islands were included in the Government’s rules enforcing two weeks of quarantine when travellers return to Britain. Yet the islands have a much lower infection rate than mainland Spain, currently fewer than ten per 100,000 people. Meanwhile, Nigel Hunt, 54 (right), and his family have declared they feel sager in their villa in Fuerteventura than at home in Lancashire.
Government statistics today revealed 581 more Brits have tested positive for the life-threatening disease, 30 per cent higher than the 445 cases diagnosed last Tuesday.
ALEX BRUMMER: This (pictured) is the £1bn state-of-the-art office destined to be Google’s London HQ, where thousands of staff are expected to work. Or were expected to.
With quarantine measures returning for holiday-makers in Spain, and the PM warning of a second wave in Europe, the Daily Mail’s MARK PALMER has answered questions about travelling abroad.
Holidaymakers desperate to cancel trips abroad amid fears of travel bans and quarantine rules risk losing thousands of pounds because travel insurers will not pay out. We answer your questions.
Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute scientists identified 21 compounds that could help treat coronavirus, including everything from an approved leprosy drug to a failed allergy drug.
You’d be shocked if I told you that a couple of times a week you eat a hamburger or three, after your dinner. Or a tube of Pringles, plus half a pack of chocolate digestives.
Scientists in Italy followed 2,493 coronavirus patients in Ferrara and Pescara provinces from March to May 3 and studied their cases retrospectively.
Official NHS statistics show 119 people were diagnosed with Covid-19 in the Greater Manchester town in the week up to July 25. Oldham has the third highest infection rate in England.
A survey of 2,000 people in the UK and US found the risk of Covid-19 is twice as high for people over six feet. The researchers said it gives clues about how the virus spreads.
Meghan Markle’s entry on the site was amended to show her occupation as ‘actress, activist, humanitarian’ instead of ‘actress, fashion model and spokesmodel’ on October 9, 2016. A reference to her appearances on Deal or No Deal in the US as a ‘briefcase girl’ (left) were removed from the page first. Her relationship with Prince Harry was made public later that same month. It comes as bombshell biography Finding Freedom claims the couple were ‘tipped off’ that a tabloid was planning to run the story of their relationship. Right: Meghan speaking in Cape Town in 2019.
A photographer snapped pictures of the then lesser-known Meghan Markle heading into Toto’s restaurant in Kensington in March 2015 (pictured) – in a shoot allegedly arranged via her agent at the time. She was seen outside the Italian restaurant wearing a stylish black ensemble with a white sleeveless trench coat. Inside (inset), the actress – who played paralegal Rachel Zane on Suits – was interviewed by The Mail On Sunday’s You Magazine as part of a weekly feature showcasing up-and-coming talent.
The groom’s parents David, 45, and Victoria, 46, are good friends with the royal couple, even attending their nuptials at Windsor Castle in May 2018.
The Duke of Cambridge told the That Peter Crouch Podcast how when he played football at school he once asked a policeman to shine a laser’s red dot on a troublesome opponent.
Wolfie, whose mother is Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s ex-partner Dara Huang, is seen following Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi out of the Royal Chapel of All Saints, in Windsor.
Princess Anne has guest-edited Country Life magazine this week to mark her 70th birthday on August 15. Her magazine stint is fittingly down-to-earth for the hard-working royal.
Documents filed at Companies House confirm they are winding up the company behind the Sussex Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The review was insisted upon by courtiers and other royals, with the Queen keen to let Harry know he and Meghan could return to the fold if he changed his mind.
The most polluted area according to a survey by Friends of the Earth is Chideock Hill, in West Dorset, followed by Station Taxi Rank in Sheffield and North Street Clock Tower in Brighton. Other areas with high nitrogen dioxide levels include Neville Street Street Tunnel in Leeds and The Strand in London.
Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, Normal People’s Paul Mescal, The Crown’s Olivia Colman and Succession’s Brian Cox lead the British nominees for the 2020 Emmy Awards. Former Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones unveiled the nominations in a live-stream early Tuesday morning during a livestream, amid COVID-19 restrictions. And the British (and Irish) screen stars kept a long-standing tradition going, when they represented the other side of the proverbial pond in landing major acting nominations for the 72nd annual show.
A man in his 40s was killed late last night inside City Slots gaming arcade in Camden, north London. Staff at the casino held the suspect until police arrived and arrested him.
The Phantom of the Opera, which has been running at Her Majesty’s Theatre in the West End since 1986, is the second longest-running production in the capital.
Scientists in the US and Sweden revealed a protein involved in the damage of brain cells accumulates in the blood of patients up to 20 years before memory declines.
A new study from QIMR Berghofer found that people with higher pessimistic scores were more likely to die two years earlier from issues such as cardiovascular disease.
Sue Flood, pictured, from Brentwood, Essex, lost £125,000 in a pension scam. The former marketing executive has battled for years for the government to take action against the fraudsters.
Australian researchers used magnetic resonance imaging to examine differences in grey matter thickness related to parenthood in late life, for both sexes.
Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly took snaps of topless young girls as a ‘hobby’, shocking unearthed court documents reveal. The 58-year-old kept them in a photo album at pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Florida mansion, former butler Juan Alessi (inset) claimed. A judge last week ordered the unsealing of documents related to Maxwell and Epstein from a defamation case brought by victim Virginia Roberts in 2015. The documents could include details about Maxwell’s sex life and among the original files unsealed in 2018 was the eye witness account of Alessi. He claimed Maxwell had an album full of photos of young girls including some who were topless. Maxwell shared her alleged hobby for nude ‘art’ with Epstein who had photos of naked girls and women – including Maxwell – plastered all over his mansion. Pictured top right: A woman who appears to be Maxwell posing nude on a beach at Epstein’s Florida home. Alessi also claimed in his deposition that he discovered sex toys including a ‘double-ended dildo’ in the massage room of Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion. The then-maintenance man also claims he saw a ‘shiny black costume’ in Maxwell’s closet that he believed was used for sex.
Kim Kardashian looked downcast as she was spotted touching down in Los Angeles on Tuesday following a tense reunion with husband Kanye West. The 39-year-old reality star was seen alone after her trip to see her embattled spouse in Cody, Wyoming, for crisis talks following the rapper’s concerning Twitter rants and a bizarre presidential campaign rally where the rapper divulged personal information about the couple’s relationship. Kim wore grey sweats as she exited her private jet with her hair tied up in a bun. She kept her head down and appeared to wipe her cheek as she got into a waiting SUV.
President Trump defended the doctor whose claims he retweeted that hydroxychloroquine is a ‘cure’ for coronavirus got removed by Twitter and resulted in his son’s account being suspended.
Scientists from across the globe including Glasgow, Pennsylvania and China have reconstructed the evolutionary history of SARS-CoV-2.
Prisoners at an overcrowded jail in Bolivia sparked a riot and set objects on fire on the facility’s roof as they chanted ‘freedom’ after an inmate died from the coronavirus.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has revealed he has tested positive for Covid-19, after previously saying fears over the pandemic were a ‘psychosis’.
The death toll in Florida increased by 186 on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths in the third-most populous US state to 6,117, according the state’s health department.
CES attracts tens of thousands of tech enthusiasts to Las Vegas each year to see the latest gadgets and services, but in 2021 the event will be digital due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump officially announced that his administration is giving camera brand Eastman Kodak Co. a $765 million loan to start producing pharmaceutical ingredients.
Justice Minister Denys Maliuska has announced that prisoners in Ukraine can get an upgraded cell if they pay £55-a-day. So far four prisoners have paid for the upgrade which features improved food.
The US Navy says the main goal of the stydt is to learn how coronavirus affects at-risk training environments such as basic training so Marines can meet graduation requirements.