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Covid UK: How Piers Corbyn leads an anti-vaxxer movement that thinks jabs are a conspiracy

Covid UK: How Piers Corbyn leads an anti-vaxxer movement that thinks jabs are a conspiracy

Piers Corbyn has established himself as a fervent anti-lockdown campaigner in the UK and 'anti-vaxxer' who has described the vaccine as a 'satanic death shot'.

Boris reveals ALL travel corridors will be suspended from 4am Monday

Boris reveals ALL travel corridors will be suspended from 4am Monday

Flanked by Prof Chris Whitty and science chief Patrick Vallance at a Downing Street briefing, the PM warned that the NHS is still under 'extraordinary' pressure.

More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China

More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China

Three samples of locally produced ice cream were found to be contaminated in the Tianjin municipality, in the north east of the country.

Woman details 'internship from hell' with Goldman Sachs

Woman details 'internship from hell' with Goldman Sachs

Emily, a former Goldman Sachs employee from California who now lives in Tokyo, shared a lengthy video about her internship with the company.

Police release images of suspect who used riot shield to push DC police officer against doorway

Police release images of suspect who used riot shield to push DC police officer against doorway

Daniel Hodges, 32, was filmed being squeezed between the doors at the West Terrace at the Capitol Building last week. Pictures of the suspect responsible have now been released.

How a barbaric photograph a Jewish mother and two children being executed inspired a historian

How a barbaric photograph a Jewish mother and two children being executed inspired a historian

The raw horror you are seeing in the photograph is the very last moment on earth of a Jewish family, teetering on the edge of a death pit as Nazi executioners with rifles fire from behind.

Covid UK: As a hospital opens its doors, ROBERT HARDMAN reveals the scale of the battle

Covid UK: As a hospital opens its doors, ROBERT HARDMAN reveals the scale of the battle

'We have never had as many patients as we have today. We are absolutely at the limit,' says Dr Mike Spiro of the Intensive Care Unit of London's Royal Free Hospital.

Harry's 'heartbreak' over Megxit: Duke is distraught over royal rift, ITV friend Tom Bradby says 

Harry's 'heartbreak' over Megxit: Duke is distraught over royal rift, ITV friend Tom Bradby says 

News anchor Tom Bradby shared details during an ITV interview due to air on Sunday. The presenter has known Harry since he was a teen and filmed documentary on the couple's tour of Africa

Nearly 40% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brazil died amid surge

Nearly 40% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brazil died amid surge

Nearly 40 percent of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brazil died of the virus as the nation's health care system was inundated with coronavirus cases last year, a new study estimates.

Rebekah Vardy slams footballers for flouting Covid-19 lockdown to 'party'

Rebekah Vardy slams footballers for flouting Covid-19 lockdown to 'party'

The WAG, 38, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, has criticised professional footballers who think they are 'above the law'.

Son of Only Fools and Horses actor Nicholas Lyndhurst dies of a rare brain condition

Son of Only Fools and Horses actor Nicholas Lyndhurst dies of a rare brain condition

Archie Lyndhurst died his sleep after an intracerebral haemorrhage caused by acute lymphoblastic lymphoma/leukaemia at his family home in west London in September.

Coronavirus Brazil: Hospitals run out of oxygen as super strain hits

Coronavirus Brazil: Hospitals run out of oxygen as super strain hits

Healthcare services have 'collapsed' in the city of Manaus, where hundreds of patients are being airlifted to neighbouring states while others are evicted from their beds to make way.

Police apologise to woman who was left naked in cell for THREE HOURS

Police apologise to woman who was left naked in cell for THREE HOURS

Yvonne Farrell, 52, sued Hertfordshire Police for unlawful arrest after she staged a sit-in on her partner's car in Stevenage when tow-truck operators arrived to clamp it in 2018.

Salmond fears appearing at Holyrood would leave him 'in jeopardy of criminal prosecution'

Salmond fears appearing at Holyrood would leave him 'in jeopardy of criminal prosecution'

Former First Minister initially rejected the invitation to appear citing public health reasons but his legal team have now said it would also leave him open to being charged with a criminal offence.

Dad who had finally fulfilled his dream of becoming a father drowned in 'silly tragic accident'

Dad who had finally fulfilled his dream of becoming a father drowned in 'silly tragic accident'

Mark Hill, 40, drowned after his canoe overturned on Amberswood Lake, in Wigan, last year. An inquest heard he was drunk at the time as a coroner ruled his death as an accident.

Students could sit mini-exams at home as Ofqual proposes teachers will assess final results

Students could sit mini-exams at home as Ofqual proposes teachers will assess final results

Exam watchdog published plans that determine how teachers should assess students in the wake of exams being cancelled and suggests boards make papers available for teachers to use.

Parents say there were 'missed opportunities' to help daughter who drowned her 23-month-old twins

Parents say there were 'missed opportunities' to help daughter who drowned her 23-month-old twins

Samantha Ford killed her twin children Jake and Chloe on Boxing Day 2018 at home in Kent. She was sentenced to 10 years in a psychiatric unit after admitting manslaughter by diminished capacity.

Covid UK: Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty, 61, thanks fans for 'praying for me'

Covid UK: Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty, 61, thanks fans for 'praying for me'

Doctors have placed 61-year-old Celebrity Big Brother winner Paddy Doherty on oxygen to help him fight the infection after he was admitted to hospital this week.

Boy, 12, took his own life in his bedroom hours after telling his mother he loved her

Boy, 12, took his own life in his bedroom hours after telling his mother he loved her

The family of Ethan Bourne, 12, have been left with 'so many questions' after the Arsenal fan was found dead in his bedroom in Waltham Forest, London on January 8.

Covid UK: More than 300,000 coronavirus jabs are delivered in one day

Covid UK: More than 300,000 coronavirus jabs are delivered in one day

Britain's vaccination programme is ahead of schedule after more than 300,000 jabs were delivered in a single day, with 3.2million doses now doled out.

Motorist is jailed after knocking down and killing carer

Motorist is jailed after knocking down and killing carer

Lyndsey Green, 30, was knocked down when driver Jason Lawlor 'lost concentration' and hit speeds of 50mph as he drove along a 30mph stretch of West Derby Road, Liverpool.

Woman faces £500 fine for organising protest outside Cardiff police station

Woman faces £500 fine for organising protest outside Cardiff police station

The unnamed woman is accused of breaching regulations by organising demonstrations outside Cardiff Bay Police Station after Mohamud Mohammed Hassan's death.

Haiti: Protestors march through Port-au-Prince to demand the removal of President Jovenel Moise

Haiti: Protestors march through Port-au-Prince to demand the removal of President Jovenel Moise

Hundreds of people in Port-au-Prince, Cap-Haitien, Jacmel, Saint-Marc and Gonaives took to the streets and called for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise.

Woodpeckers move their beaks 'like a drill bit' at a speed of seven metres a second 

Woodpeckers move their beaks 'like a drill bit' at a speed of seven metres a second 

Biologists at the University of Antwerp in Belgium found that the woodpecker gets its beak stuck in tree trunks and then detaches itself by flicking its head at breakneck speeds.

Ex-lover of former Spanish king claims spy chief 'hinted she would die like Princess Diana'

Ex-lover of former Spanish king claims spy chief 'hinted she would die like Princess Diana'

Corinna Larsen claimed General Felix Sanz Roldan, the former head of Spain 's CNI intelligence services, made threats against her and her children as he tried to recover documents.

Wetherspoon set to announce sales plunge as lockdown forced bars to close over key Christmas period

Wetherspoon set to announce sales plunge as lockdown forced bars to close over key Christmas period

All Wetherspoon pubs are currently shut as a result of the nationwide lockdown. In November, the firm said it would burn through £14million a month while its pubs were shut.

Boris suspends ALL travel corridors from 4am Monday

Boris suspends ALL travel corridors from 4am Monday

Boris Johnson today declared that all arrivals to the UK will have to have tested negative for coronavirus from Monday as he begged Britons to 'stay at home this weekend'.

Actor who found fame as Basil Brush's sidekick 'Mr Derek' left an estate worth more than £3million

Actor who found fame as Basil Brush's sidekick 'Mr Derek' left an estate worth more than £3million

Derek Fowlds, also known to TV viewers as private secretary Bernard Woolley in Yes, Minister and then Yes, Prime Minister, died aged 82 in hospital last January.

Fox execs fear a shake-up as Rupert Murdoch returns to the US thanks to vaccine courtesy of NHS

Fox execs fear a shake-up as Rupert Murdoch returns to the US thanks to vaccine courtesy of NHS

The media mogul, who will turn 90 in March, got the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine in recent days, sources told The Daily Beast.

Convicted rapist is one of FIVE men trying to exploit a Brexit 'loophole' to avoid extradition

Convicted rapist is one of FIVE men trying to exploit a Brexit 'loophole' to avoid extradition

The High Court heard that there was 'no power to extradite any individual' to an EU country if they were arrested under a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) before Brexit.

Bake Off judge Prue Leith will pocket £400,000 from the sale of a British pasta business 

Bake Off judge Prue Leith will pocket £400,000 from the sale of a British pasta business 

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Prue Leith might be known for her verdicts on Victoria sponges, but it's Italian food that's bringing in the dough as she pockets £400k for her 0.7 per cent stake in pasta business.

Afghan military translator who is trapped in a 'hellhole' Greek refugee camp is coming to the UK

Afghan military translator who is trapped in a 'hellhole' Greek refugee camp is coming to the UK

Nesar, who worked for almost two years on the front lines in Helmand, said from the squalid Moria camp on Lesbos the news was 'a dream come true'.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'Megxit review' is 'CANCELLED'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'Megxit review' is 'CANCELLED'

Speaking to True Royalty TV's Royal Beat, expert Katie Nicholl said Prince Harry's planned one-year review with the royal family over his new commercial affairs was no longer scheduled.

Video shows 2 gunmen surrounding man, 25, while he was walking his dog and shooting him dead

Video shows 2 gunmen surrounding man, 25, while he was walking his dog and shooting him dead

Milan Loncar, 25, was walking his dachshund-Chihuahua mix dog on Wednesday at about 7pm, about a block from his home, when two men approached him in the street, according to police.

Covid UK: Rishi Sunak rejects wealth tax to cover the £280billion spent fighting coronavirus 

Covid UK: Rishi Sunak rejects wealth tax to cover the £280billion spent fighting coronavirus 

Rishi Sunak was presented with plans for a one-off levy on those with assets of more than £500,000, or £1million for a couple, including their family home and pension.

Bridgerton behind-the-scenes: Show's assistant director shares candid behind-the-scenes snaps

Bridgerton behind-the-scenes: Show's assistant director shares candid behind-the-scenes snaps

It's proven to be a hit since debuting on Christmas Day. And now stunning snaps taken by a director's assistant working on Bridgerton have given a candid look at filming the period drama.

UK weather: Travel chaos as Met Office warns of icy roads and fog

UK weather: Travel chaos as Met Office warns of icy roads and fog

People travelling in Britain today were warned to expect more 'tricky' conditions as ice and freezing fog brought further hazards one day after heavy snowfall caused major disruption.

How a postmaster's daughter snared the Serpent

How a postmaster's daughter snared the Serpent

The true story of how evil charmer Charles Sobhraj preyed on young backpackers along South-East Asia's hippie trail is the subject of the BBC's new crime drama.

PE With Joe: Body Coach Wicks injures hamstring trying to do splits

PE With Joe: Body Coach Wicks injures hamstring trying to do splits

The Body Coach star, 34, took to Instagram to admit that he injured himself during Friday's Covid lockdown PE classes while making a grand entrance.

PAUL McKENNA reveals mind tricks to beat stress and banish lockdown blues

PAUL McKENNA reveals mind tricks to beat stress and banish lockdown blues

PAUL McKENNA: Stress lies, I believe, at the heart of so much modern malaise - it causes insomnia, makes us bad-tempered, and makes us feel disconnected from loved ones.

Police are scrambling to recover 400,000 pieces of information which were WIPED

Police are scrambling to recover 400,000 pieces of information which were WIPED

Police and UK Home Office officials were scrambling to recover the data but there are fears it has been permanently erased in what one former chief constable described as a 'risk to public safety'.

New laws will make it easier to prosecute travellers who set up illegal camps across Britain 

New laws will make it easier to prosecute travellers who set up illegal camps across Britain 

Home Secretary Priti Patel's tough measures will apply to trespassers on both private land and public spaces such as village greens and school playing fields.

Pfizer shrinks deliveries of Covid vaccine doses to Europe

Pfizer shrinks deliveries of Covid vaccine doses to Europe

A spokesperson for US-based company Pfizer said Britain's supplies would be affected in late January and early February but the move would speed up production afterwards.

PAUL THOMAS on... lockdown snowball fights 

PAUL THOMAS on... lockdown snowball fights 

PAUL THOMAS on... lockdown snowball fights

Academic says GARDENING has its roots in racial injustice

Academic says GARDENING has its roots in racial injustice

The green-fingered ranks of Britain's gardeners are in for a shock - according to a new book, by pruning our roses or digging the vegetable patches, we are all somehow perpetuating the evils of racism.

Prince William and Kate Middleton speak to frontline workers about bereavement support

Prince William and Kate Middleton speak to frontline workers about bereavement support

Prince William and Kate Middleton heard about the mental health support provided for frontline workers during the pandemic by Hospice UK's Just 'B' counselling and bereavement support line.

Postmaster caught up in major IT scandal suffered a STROKE after he was hounded for £65,000

Postmaster caught up in major IT scandal suffered a STROKE after he was hounded for £65,000

Peter Murray said he suffered a series of breakdowns and a stroke after he was hounded for £65,000. He has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Public could force councils to sell off vacant land and buildings under proposed law 

Public could force councils to sell off vacant land and buildings under proposed law 

The proposals, to be announced by the Housing Secretary today, would make it easier to challenge councils and other public organisations to release land for redevelopment.

Hackers breach Foreign Office computers in cyber attack on Government countryside outpost 

Hackers breach Foreign Office computers in cyber attack on Government countryside outpost 

Hackers targeted Wilton Park, a government agency operating out of a 16th century mansion in West Sussex, it was revealed tonight.

Online craze challenges dogs to not eat tasty treats until they get go-ahead from owners

Online craze challenges dogs to not eat tasty treats until they get go-ahead from owners

Dog lovers have taken to testing their canine friends to fend off boredom during lockdown. The popular new trend sees owners put treats in front of their pets and see if they can wait five seconds to eat them.

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