Pupils urged to tell police about kids in gangs
CHILDREN as young as 11 are being urged to become unofficial police informants and name peers at risk of becoming involved in knife crime, drugs and gangs.
Bailiffs called in to recover licence cash ...from BBC!
BAILIFFS were instructed to collect a debt from the BBC after they refused to reimburse a pensioner for a TV licence he should have had free.
Battling on at Winston's birthplace
SIR Winston Churchill’s birthplace, Blenheim Palace, is losing £1million a month as a result of lockdown and things are now so bad human resources staff have had to help with lambing.
Nadiya on a mission to cut food waste
CELEBRITY baker Nadiya Hussain is fronting a campaign to reduce the food wasted in homes across Britain – which is contributing to climate change.
TUCHEL RAPS SLACK BLUES
THOMAS TUCHEL is still unbeaten as Chelsea's boss but it did not feel like it after this setback. Despite staying fourth in the table the German deemed it two points lost in the bid for Champions League football.
Scots nats don't want freedom... just English gone
I AM HAPPY to admit that I was part of the roar that went up when the final whistle blew at this year’s Calcutta Cup as Scotland achieved their first win over England at Twickenham for 38 years.
Call for tragic WPC to receive George medal
MURDERED WPC Yvonne Fletcher should be awarded a posthumous George Medal for bravery, Parliament will be told this week.
Banks mean business
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A busy first year for free speech campaign
A FREE speech campaign group set up a year ago is now dealing with 20 new cases a week.
Trump Attacks ‘Witch Hunt' As He Is Acquitted
Donald Trump was found not guilty at his second impeachment trial yesterday after the hearing verged on farce.
Duchess May Have To Give Up Her Title If She Wants To Be President
The Duchess of Sussex may have to give up her title if she ever wants to run for political office in the States.
Experts Insist New Variants Should Not Spread Terror
We have nothing to fear from the latest covid variants because they do not “drift” far enough from the original to evade the current vaccines, leading experts say.
Demand For Urgent Action As Plight Of Our Youth Becomes 'National Emergency'
Let them play, say psychologists
Global Britain Embraces Free Trade Worldwide
This Valentine’s Day, Global Britain is embracing its friends and family around the world.
Warning: Rural pubs on verge of closing for good
AN EXTENDED lockdown will rip the heart out of Britain’s rural communities by forcing pubs to close their doors for good, Boris Johnson has been warned.
Wills calls on young to teach eco agenda
IMPACT: William chats to eco-heroes
BBC Historian: Archeology Is For Everyone, Not Colonialists
The world of archaeology is basking in Hollywood’s spotlight courtesy of this year’s surprise hit film The Dig.
Labour's Makeover Won't Fool The North
■ FAR WISER people than I have made far more erudite comments about the death of this wonderful man than I could ever manage – perhaps the most impressive eulogy for Captain Sir Tom Moore came from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who said: “ Where he walked, a nation followed.” But possibly this can be added. We are witnessing the curtain sadly coming down on probably the finest generation this country has known. Selfless, full of humility, and understanding implicitly what the word “duty” meant. They got through wars, austerity and trauma without group hugs, counsellors “reaching out” and woke-like absurdity. Truly, we shall never see their like again.
Boris: Youth Deserve The Nation's Thanks
Exclusive: PM vows there will be no limits to what Generation Lockdown can achieve in future
Snow, ice and rain... with worst yet to come
MUCH of the UK was hit by snow or rain yesterday – with warnings the worst is yet to come.
Russia braced for anti-Putin demos
THOUSANDS of Russians are set to take to the streets today to protest against the poisoning and arrest of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Kate reaches out to parents
THE DUCHESS of Cambridge has urged parents and children to find an outlet for their thoughts and feelings to cope with lockdown pressures.
How it was almost Italian job lot of Fiats
THE most famous car chase in British cinema history could have been very different.
A-ha! It's Morten and Lenny
A-HA’S Morten Harket and Sir Lenny Henry were revealed as Viking and Blob in a double unmasking on last night’s The Masked Singer.
More rain to come as UK left reeling
BRITAIN was left floundering in the aftermath of Storm Christoph yesterday, with widespread flooding across the country and more heavy rain expected next week.
X-ray scanners stop 1,400 illegal items from being sneaked into jail
FULL body-scanning technology installed into 28 prisons has led to 1,376 illegal items being confiscated from visitors in just four months.
Harry's last act for comrades... they can keep warzone beards
HE MAY no longer hold any official military role, but Prince Harry has left his stamp on the Armed Forces... the beard.
Boris gives thumbs-up to ‘friendly' chat with Biden
BORIS JOHNSON became the first European leader to take a call from new US President Joe Biden and said the new administration was a “moment of hope in a dark time”.
Council Tax Strike Threat
OAPs group calls for action on social care
Havoc as heavy snow sweeps UK
MUCH of the UK woke up to a blanket of snow yesterday with four inches falling in some places.