Jamie Doran says his ‘legal case against Channel 10 isn’t just based on his ‘bad edit’

Bachelor In Paradise’s Jamie Doran says his ‘legal case against Channel 10 is in-depth’ and isn’t only based on his ‘bad edit’ By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia Published: 09:59 BST, 12 August 2020 | Updated: 10:11 BST, 12 August 2020 Last month, Jamie Doran announced his intention to sue Channel 10 over his … Read more Jamie Doran says his ‘legal case against Channel 10 isn’t just based on his ‘bad edit’

Mauritius must brace for ‘worst case scenario’ after oil spill

A Japanese ship that ran aground on a reef off Mauritius two weeks ago has now stopped leaking oil into the Indian Ocean but the island nation must still prepare for ‘a worst case scenario’, Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said late yesterday.   Conservationists said they were starting to find dead fish as well as seabirds … Read more Mauritius must brace for ‘worst case scenario’ after oil spill

Coronavirus US: New case numbers drop to lowest in a month

New coronavirus cases in the United States are at the lowest they have been in a month despite surpassing the 5 million mark – as infections in previously out-of-control hotspot states decline.   The average number of new infections across the country is currently just over 53,000 a day, which is the lowest since July 10 … Read more Coronavirus US: New case numbers drop to lowest in a month

Boris Johnson plans to set targets for police in bid to increase number of rape case prosecutions 

Boris Johnson plans to set targets for police in bid to increase number of rape case prosecutions Police could be set targets for number of rape cases they refer to prosecutors CPS may be given quotas for how many suspects they take to court   Rape prosecutions have fallen to their lowest level since records … Read more Boris Johnson plans to set targets for police in bid to increase number of rape case prosecutions 

Lebanese cash could flood to Britain as test court case looms

Lebanese cash could flood to Britain as test court case looms By Dan Atkinson For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:31 BST, 8 August 2020 | Updated: 22:31 BST, 8 August 2020 A court case in London could trigger a huge flow of money out of Lebanon and into the UK. Evidence has been filed … Read more Lebanese cash could flood to Britain as test court case looms

Girl in surrogacy case where her birth mother refused $10,000 to have an abortion dies

A young girl who made headlines when her surrogate mother refused $10,000 from her biological family to have an abortion has died aged eight.   Seraphina Nayleigh Harrell died on July 15 at Boston Children’s Hospital from complications related to an infection and needed surgery. She and her family who had adopted her had celebrated her eight … Read more Girl in surrogacy case where her birth mother refused $10,000 to have an abortion dies

Caroline Flack begged for assault case to be dropped in handwritten note

Caroline Flack begged for assault case to be dropped in handwritten note found on coffee table after her body was discovered, inquest into Love Island star’s suicide hears Presenter found dead on February 15, day after she heard CPS would pursue trial Today inquest heard new details of a handwritten note found next to her … Read more Caroline Flack begged for assault case to be dropped in handwritten note

Coronavirus UK: Scientist says case rises NOT second wave

Professor Tim Spector, an epidemiologist at King’s College London, said the UK’s mini coronavirus outbreaks are ‘ripples’ caused by a failure to completely flatten the first epidemic The UK’s mini coronavirus outbreaks are just ‘ripples’ caused by the failure to completely flatten the first epidemic and not proof of a second wave, according to a … Read more Coronavirus UK: Scientist says case rises NOT second wave

Outrage over plan to remove pew from church in case obese people can’t fit down the aisle 

A decision to remove the pews inside a 700-year-old church in case obese couples struggle to walk down the narrow aisle has been met with outrage among parishioners. The 32 Victorian pews have been put up for sale for £200 each as part of alterations to the inside of Grade II listed St Andrew’s Church … Read more Outrage over plan to remove pew from church in case obese people can’t fit down the aisle 

Prosecutors call for Gerard Depardieu rape case to be reopened

Prosecutors call for Gerard Depardieu rape case to be reopened after probe into claims he assaulted actress in her 20s at his Paris home was dropped over lack of proof The French actor, now 71, was accused of assaulting and raping actress in 2018 Probe was dropped last year but the woman has now relaunched … Read more Prosecutors call for Gerard Depardieu rape case to be reopened