Her Majesty’s biggest challenge: How the Queen must now go on without her ‘rock’ beside her

The loss of her beloved husband at the age of 99 will be one of the most traumatic experiences the Queen has ever had to face. Together for more than 73 years, the Duke of Edinburgh has supported the monarch through the ups and down of her life and reign, including throughout the time they … Read more

Farmers slam Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat for climate change challenge

Farmers and parents have slammed Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat after the TV show urged viewers to go vegetarian for a climate change challenge.  The children’s series is offering green badges – similar to the famous blue ones – to youngsters who are environmentally friendly as part of a two-week pledge. Sports … Read more

Government loses bid to delay High Court challenge from hospitality sector

Government loses bid to delay High Court challenge from hospitality sector over letting non-essential shops open before pubs and restaurants can serve food and drink indoors A judge today threw out the appeal and sided with two prolific businessmen  Hugh Osmond and Sacha Lord say indoor hospitality should reopen sooner Mrs Justice Eady approved their request … Read more

How many questions in the University Challenge final can YOU answer?

1) STARTER FOR TEN: What four letter word is this? A Buddhist teaching says it’s in the heart of a person who inwardly despises his father and disregards his mother, Shelley says it’s like London. John Paul Sartre says it is other people BONUSES ON MISTAKEN IDENTITIES   2) Situated not far from Loch Ness the grave … Read more

105,000-year-old artifacts found in Kalahari challenge idea that human origins are linked to coasts

Stone tools, burnt eggshells and other artifacts discovered in the Kalahari have experts questioning the long-held belief that civilization emerged from coastal regions. The items date back more than 100,000 years, when the South African desert received enough rain to sustain human inhabitants. Researchers also found nearly two dozen small pieces of calcite, which are … Read more

Kourtney Kardashian calls Travis Barker her ‘boyfriend’ in family TikTok challenge while on holiday

Kourtney Kardashian calls Travis Barker her ‘boyfriend’ in blended family TikTok challenge while on snowy holiday By Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com Published: 14:48 BST, 2 April 2021 | Updated: 15:11 BST, 2 April 2021 Their friendship has certainly flourished into something more. And Kourtney Kardashian called Travis Barker her boyfriend during a TikTok challenge posted … Read more

University Challenge captain forgets his teammate’s name

One question he can’t answer! University Challenge viewers are left in hysterics as brainbox Warwick captain forgets his teammate’s NAME Andrew Rout, a Maths student from Kent, offered the ‘TV highlight of the week’ during the first semi-final of University Challenge  Asked teammate Burrell: ‘Am I okay to nominate you? What’s your surname?’ While Burrell … Read more

Ciara and Vanessa Bryant share adorable video of their daughters playing TikTok’s Toddler Challenge

Ciara and her good friend Vanessa Bryant have been known to team up for a slumber party with their younger daughters.  On Sunday the ladies got together: only this time they sat their girls Sienna and Bianka down, side-by-side, to take part in TikTok‘s Toddler Challenge (#toddlerchallenge). And the end results of the adorable girls … Read more

Two hospitality bosses launch High Court legal challenge to bring forward reopening of pubs

Two hospitality chiefs have today announced they will launch a High Court challenge against the Government, claiming it has ‘failed’ to provide evidence for delaying the return of indoor drinking. Hugh Osmond, founder of Punch Taverns, and Sacha Lord, night-time economy adviser for Greater Manchester, believe pubs in England should be allowed to open fully … Read more

Charities threaten legal challenge over Boris Johnson’s bid to cut the foreign aid budget

Charities threaten legal challenge over Boris Johnson’s bid to cut the foreign aid budget Charities could take Government to court over planned £4bn cut to aid budget  Ministers had announced lowering spending target from 0.7 to 0.5% of GDP But planned reduction may now only be for one year amid fears of a revolt Believed … Read more