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August 19, 2018

Diesel cars – Should you still buy one in 2018 or is it time to switch?

SHOULD you still buy a diesel car in 2018 or is it time to switch to another fuel type?
September 13, 2018

Holly Willoughby teams up with Marks and Spencer to launch Holly’s Must-Haves

HOLLY WILLOUGHBY announced a collaboration with Marks and Spencer this week, take a look at her fashion edit dubbed ‘Holly’s Must-Haves’.
September 10, 2018

Vitamin B12 deficiency: Nine symptoms to watch out for and what foods to eat to avoid one

VITAMIN B12 deficiency can result in anaemia and lead to complications such as an abnormally feast heart beat and heart failure. There are nine symptoms that indicate you could have one, but the best way to avoid it in the first place is to eat certain...
August 20, 2018

Sleep – the best exercise to help you fall asleep faster

HOW to sleep: Sleep better by having a good bedtime routine, watching your diet, or by avoiding back pain-causing mattresses. Exercise could also help you to fall asleep fast, but what is the best activity to do if you can’t sleep?
September 3, 2018

Instagram DOWN – Social network not working as outage hits hundreds of users

INSTAGRAM appears to be down and not working tonight with the popular photo social network facing an outage for hundreds of users across the UK and Europe.
September 17, 2018

London Fashion Week 2018: Burberry LFW show praised ‘I’m literally having goosebumps’

LONDON FASHION WEEK 2018 Burberry show is set to take place this evening. What will the show, hailing in a new era for creative director Tisci, reveal about the brand’s new creative direction.
September 4, 2018

5 patients who have a future thanks to people donating organs

FIVE people who underwent lifesaving transplant operations within a record breaking 36 hours at one NHS hospital have reunited to urge others to join the Organ Donor Register.
August 22, 2018

Stunning art of part-blind 95-year-old

A GRANDMOTHER aged 95 has produced more than 350 drawings and paintings despite being registered blind.
September 17, 2018

Back pain – the home treatment that you should never underestimate

BACK pain could be prevented by watching your diet or by changing your sleep position. You could also reduce lower back pain symptoms with this “overlooked” home treatment.
December 19, 2015

Why do people kiss under the mistletoe?

It’s the moment any Christmas partygoer dreads: stepping into a friend’s hallway to make your goodbyes and finding yourself surreptitiously standing under a sprig of mistletoe […]
September 14, 2018

Best supplements for low libido: Five vitamins and minerals to increase sex drive

BEST supplements for low libido: Low sex drive is a common problem among men and women. While it’s always best to visit your GP for an assessment, some health experts recommend a number of vitamin and mineral supplements to help you feel in the mood.
September 8, 2018

I bought my 1982 wedding dress… after spotting it in a charity shop

A GRANDMOTHER was shocked to see her wedding dress in a charity shop – and it looked as crisp and clean as the day she wore it 36 years ago.
December 3, 2021

Johnson pledges legal help to woo electric vehicle giant Rivian to Britain

Boris Johnson has pledged to use special legal powers to persuade an electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer backed by Amazon to establish a European base in Britain.
December 3, 2021

Bounce-back fraud, Turkish inflation and Bible app funding

Today Sky's Ian King is in conversation with the head of the National Audit Office, as the government comes under fire for failing to prevent billions of pounds worth of fraud in its bounce-back loan scheme.
December 3, 2021

Bank of England rate hike supporter gets Omicron jitters as firms face ‘strongest inflation pressures for 23 years’

A member of the Bank of England committee which sets interest rates has backtracked on his support for a hike, saying he wants to see data on how the new Omicron COVID variant affects the UK's economic recovery.
December 3, 2021

Backlash against Mercedes F1 team over Grenfell insulation firm sponsorship

The Mercedes Formula One team, which includes Britain's Lewis Hamilton in its driver line-up, is facing a backlash for a sponsorship deal from a company which made some of the insulation used on Grenfell Tower.
December 3, 2021

Number 10 confirms Christmas parties will be held across Whitehall as minister insists ‘keep calm and carry on’

Downing Street have confirmed "in-person events" such as parties will be held in the lead up to the festive period as a Cabinet minister urged Britons to "keep calm and carry on with your Christmas plans".
December 3, 2021

‘Keep calm and carry on’: Continue eating out and going to pub this Christmas, minister says

Britons have been urged to "keep calm and carry on with your Christmas plans" despite fears over the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
December 3, 2021

US tightens travel testing rules as Omicron variant spreads

International passengers heading to the US will have to be tested for COVID-19 within one day of travel regardless of their vaccination status, as the Omicron variant spreads around the world.
December 3, 2021

Six jobs where people are needed most as vacancies hit record 3.5 million

The number of job vacancies in the UK has hit a new record 3.5 million ahead of the Christmas peak according to a closely-watched report - double the number seen in the summer.
December 2, 2021

US watchdog seeks to block $40bn takeover of UK’s Arm Holdings by America’s Nvidia

America's Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is suing to block the $40bn takeover of UK chip designer Arm Holdings by America's Nvidia.
December 2, 2021

Shell scraps plans to develop controversial Cambo oil field

Oil giant Shell has scrapped plans to develop the controversial Cambo oil field in the North Sea.
December 2, 2021

Treasury to kick off search for new Bank of England Court chair

Ministers are poised to kick off a search for the next chair of the Court of the Bank of England, a crucial role in holding the central bank to account and one of the City's most important jobs.
December 2, 2021

Farmers to be paid to look after soil – but charities say plans for sustainable land break Brexit promises

Farmers will be paid to look after soil on their land under a new incentive scheme to replace EU subsidies - but environmental charities have said it fails to protect nature and wildlife.
December 2, 2021

Stranded travellers face spending Christmas in quarantine hotels

British travellers in South Africa face the prospect of spending Christmas in quarantine hotels as there are not enough rooms to accommodate the number of people currently trying to return.
December 2, 2021

Are you richer than before the pandemic? It probably helped if you were well-off already

Did your household emerge from 2020 better or worse off?
December 2, 2021

Rothermere raises offer for Daily Mail owner after investor backlash

Lord Rothermere, the biggest shareholder in the company behind the Daily Mail, has increased his offer to take the company private for a second time after a backlash from investors.
December 2, 2021

Plane made rapid descent because pilots ‘grounded during pandemic’, investigators suggest

A rapid descent made by a Tui passenger plane may be linked to pilots being grounded during the pandemic, investigators have said.