December 6, 2020

‘Significant progress’ in talks over fishing rights during Brexit trade negotiations – EU sources

Britain and the EU have made "significant progress" in the Brexit negotiations on the rights of European fleets to fish in UK waters, two EU sources have told Sky News.
December 6, 2020

Nestlé issues urgent recall for coffee product after major contamination

NESTLÉ has issued an urgent warning to customers after discovering some of its Espresso Latte drinks have suffered "contamination". What is the advice for customers who have purchased this product?
December 6, 2020

Princess Anne ‘frosty’ body language is very different with ‘tense’ Camilla Parker Bowles

PRINCESS ANNE, 70, threw herself into a working role in the Royal Family shortly after leaving school. She is often seen with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 73, and Prince Charles, 72. A body language expert commented on their relationship.
December 6, 2020

Moneysupermarket Snoops on ex-Virgin Money chief’s app

The listed price comparison site Moneysupermarket has made a tentative approach to swallow up one of its newest competitors – the money-saving app set up by former Virgin Money chief Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia.
December 6, 2020

Moneysupermarket Snoops on ex-Virgin Money chief’s app

The listed price comparison site Moneysupermarket has made a tentative approach to swallow up one of its newest competitors – the money-saving app set up by former Virgin Money chief Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia.
December 6, 2020

Covid vaccine: When will the Oxford vaccine be ready?

ONE CORONAVIRUS vaccine has been approved in the UK so far, so when will the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine be ready?
December 6, 2020

Best supplements for the heart: Three supplements proven to reduce risk of heart problems

SUPPLEMENTS can ensure a person gets all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients they need, but what should you be taking if you want to keep your heart healthy? Research has suggested there are three supplements likely to help your heart.
December 6, 2020

Coronavirus: Are you feeling fatigued? It could be COVID-19, a cold or flu

A CORONAVIRUS vaccine will be distributed from Tuesday, December 8; yet, it'll take many months for everybody who needs to be vaccinated to get that jab. Meanwhile, if you're suddenly feeling fatigued, could you be infected with the virus?
December 6, 2020

Sepsis symptoms: What causes sepsis? How to prevent the deadly condition

SEPSIS is a life-threatening condition with a wide array of symptoms. What causes sepsis and how do you prevent it?
December 6, 2020

Covid vaccine warning: MHRA chief urges Britons to get flu jab before coronavirus shot

A COVID vaccine is being rolled out - the UK is preparing to distribute the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus jab this week. Ahead of the vaccine's arrival, Dr June Raine, chief executive of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency , urged peo...
December 6, 2020

Alan Titchmarsh shares how to avoid a ‘temperamental’ Poinsettia and where not to buy one

ALAN TITCHMARSH has divulged a plethora of gardening tips over the years to plant lovers and even amateur garden enthusiasts. With Christmas approaching, one plant in particular, the Poinsettia, is making an appearance in most people's households. Alan...
December 6, 2020

Google warns all Gmail, Drive and Photos users – your content could be deleted

GOOGLE has begun emailing users of its popular Gmail, Photos and Drive services that it may soon delete content without needing any permission. Here's what you need to know.