I gave Diana her voice, coach Stewart Pearce tells JAN MOIR

His most famous client was Diana, Princess of Wales. In his books and promotional materials, Mr Pearce claims to have been her Voice & Presence Coach from late 1995 until her death in 1997 Author Stewart Pearce lives in a small jewel box of a flat right on Sloane Square in Central London.  This is … Read more I gave Diana her voice, coach Stewart Pearce tells JAN MOIR

Ex-Education Secretary DAVID BLUNKETT issues a call to arms

Just imagine, for a moment, what it must be like to be a child in lockdown. Stuck indoors, unable to play with friends and banished from school for weeks and months on end. Now imagine how tough it is for the children from the poorest, most under-privileged homes in society. Ask yourself if you could … Read more Ex-Education Secretary DAVID BLUNKETT issues a call to arms

JOHN HUMPHRYS: Let’s not kid ourselves. The NHS puts a price on ALL our lives

The bigger they are the harder they fall may be true of heavyweight boxers. It’s just as true of distinguished figures in public life. And they don’t come much more distinguished than Lord Sumption. He was a Supreme Court judge with more letters after his name than a postman’s sack. He’s won wide praise for … Read more JOHN HUMPHRYS: Let’s not kid ourselves. The NHS puts a price on ALL our lives

JANET STREET-PORTER: Boris promised us the vaccination programme would be fast and fair

If one more person texts me the good news they’ve had a jab, I’ll scream. Over 400,000 people were vaccinated yesterday, and centres are opening apace in high street pharmacies, and even a mosque. But scoring an appointment for vaccination remains a lottery depending on where you live. In the North East over two thirds … Read more JANET STREET-PORTER: Boris promised us the vaccination programme would be fast and fair

STEPHEN GLOVER questions £500 ‘reward’ scheme for catching coronavirus as it is ditched

How quickly the pandemic is rotting the minds of supposedly clever civil servants and ministers.  The latest crazy ideas to emanate from Whitehall are contained in a leaked 16-page official document. Mad idea number one: to pay £500 to every person testing positive for Covid-19.  Mad (and dangerous) idea number two: to give police access … Read more STEPHEN GLOVER questions £500 ‘reward’ scheme for catching coronavirus as it is ditched

I fear ditching dose timetable could prove a costly mistake, writes expert PROFESSOR HERB SEWELL 

There is no doubt that it is an extraordinary achievement to have vaccinated so many people in such a short time. Almost five million have now had injections, and vaccines are certainly the way out of the pandemic crisis. But I firmly believe that they should be used as they were intended to be. And … Read more I fear ditching dose timetable could prove a costly mistake, writes expert PROFESSOR HERB SEWELL 

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Don’t clean your teeth – save the NHS… a look forward to Covid Britain in 2024

The date is March 1, 2024, and Britain is about to enter its fifth year of lockdown. Despite the entire population being vaccinated every six months and the death toll from Covid-19 falling to zero, scientists are still warning that it is too early to ease restrictions. At the Old Bailey, anti-lockdown campaigner Piers Corbyn … Read more RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Don’t clean your teeth – save the NHS… a look forward to Covid Britain in 2024

Neighbours will air an episode focused on the change the date debate

Neighbours will air an episode focused on the change the date debate… and one character will be accused of being a hypocrite for changing their mind on the controversial issue By J. Peterson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 03:47 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 03:48 GMT, 22 January 2021 Neighbours will tackle the change … Read more Neighbours will air an episode focused on the change the date debate

JAN MOIR: The half-baked snobbery against a cake shop that leaves such a sour taste

What I’d like to do right now is go to Arundel and buy a lemon yum yum from the LG Café in the town centre, which snobbish locals are trying to close.  I’d like to drink to the health and wealth of the café owners with one of their cups of piping hot chocolate and … Read more JAN MOIR: The half-baked snobbery against a cake shop that leaves such a sour taste

Newsreader sparks a fierce debate online over colour of her ‘white’ dress

The great dress debate is back! Newsreader sparks a lively discussion online as fans argue whether her optical-illusion frock is white or blue By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:23 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 00:29 GMT, 22 January 2021 A TV presenter has sparked a lively debate on social media after … Read more Newsreader sparks a fierce debate online over colour of her ‘white’ dress