September 13, 2021

Apple issues emergency software update after discovery of ‘zero click’ malware

Apple has issued an emergency software update after a flaw was found that allows spyware attributed to Israel's NSO Group to infect an iPhone, Apple Watch, or Mac computer without the user having to click on anything.
September 13, 2021

Double-jabbed are just 1.2% of Britain’s Covid deaths – UK’s huge vaccine success

BEING fully vaccinated doesn't guarantee you'll be complication-free from Covid. In fact, the latest figures by the Office of National Statistics demonstrated how deadly the virus can be - even if you've been double jabbed.
September 13, 2021

Sainsbury’s to shut all stores for TWO DAYS in thank you to staff

SAINSBURY'S has confirmed that it will shut all of its stores for two days over the Christmas period. The supermarket giant has said it will stay closed on Boxing Day this year to thank its hard working staff for their efforts throughout the pandemic.
September 13, 2021

Starmer bids to woo trade union leaders with pledge on workers’ rights

Sir Keir Starmer is attempting to woo trade union leaders with a pledge to agree to their demands for a raft of new rights for workers.
September 13, 2021

High cholesterol: Hardening of arteries can lead to unusual sensations in the arms or legs

HIGH cholesterol is an insidious condition in that the internal damage will often only become apparent when it is too late. Having high cholesterol means a hardening of the arteries and blood vessels take place and when this occurs strange sensations c...
September 13, 2021

Kate Middleton brother James Middleton moves to £1.5m mansion after ‘stressful experience’

KATE MIDDLETON'S brother, James Middleton, just got married to beautiful wife Alizée Thevenet. The couple moved to a new house which couldn't be more different to Pippa's mansion or Kate's royal palace.
September 13, 2021

‘Not in hands’ of government to guarantee enough lorries on roads for Christmas deliveries

It is "not in the hands" of ministers to guarantee there will be enough lorries on the roads to deliver presents on time this Christmas, the transport secretary has told MPs.
September 13, 2021

‘Significant milestone’: Tesco launch reusable packaging on 88 essential products

TESCO has announced the launch of its new partnership with Loop, which will allow customers to buy essential items in completely reusable and durable packaging.
September 13, 2021

‘Totally disgusting’: Residents ‘shocked’ over permit price increase, £35 to park at home

SHOCKED residents are being asked to pay £35 to park outside their own homes as permit fees double in Stoke-on-Trent.
September 13, 2021

Two-thirds of travel firms plan job cuts when furlough ends, industry body warns

Two-thirds of travel sector employers with staff still on the furlough scheme are planning redundancies once the wage support is removed at the end of the month, the travel association ABTA has warned.
September 13, 2021

Fatty liver disease: The ‘feeling’ when waking up that could be a warning sign

FATTY liver disease is an umbrella term for a range of conditions characterised by abnormal levels of fat in the liver. Although the condition is marked by an absence of symptoms, a "feeling" when waking up could be a warning sign.
September 13, 2021

Tax rise fears, London International Shipping Week and advertising revenue

Ian King speaks to the director-general of the UK's biggest business organisation, the CBI, about fears over further tax hikes.