International Women’s Day kicks off early with hashtag #ChooseToChallenge

Despite the global pandemic putting a halt on many gatherings, people from around the world have already come together to show support for International Women’s Day ahead of the annual observance on 8 March. This year’s theme ‘Choose to Challenge’ has racked up thousands of posts across social media, with many posting selfies on Instagram … Read more

The beach can wait! Star stock picker Terry Smith rules out early retirement

The beach can wait! Star stock picker Terry Smith rules out early retirement despite lining up several possible successors By Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 21:51 GMT, 4 March 2021 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 4 March 2021 Fund manager Terry Smith has lined up several younger staff who could take the helm at … Read more

Adam Levine reveals that he plays music from early 2000s by Avril Lavigne for daughter Dusty Rose

Adam Levine revealed that he’s been playing old music by Avril Lavigne for his four-year-old daughter Dusty Rose. The 41-year-old singer in an interview Wednesday with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe shared his affinity for pop-rock music and videos from the early 2000s. ‘It’s funny how you go back and rewatch like these old videos, and … Read more

Isle of Wight Festival is moved back to September after June proved too early

The Isle of Wight Festival has been moved back by three months to September so it can still take place this year, after the planned end of coronavirus rules in June. The music festival had been due to take place from June 17 to 20 – but this would have been just before the Government … Read more

Khloe Kardashian flaunts her abs in a bra top as she hits the gym bright and early

Khloe Kardashian was already in her home gym by 7:42 am on Monday morning. And the 36-year-old mogul made sure to show her Instagram fans that her body was in top shape as she wore a bra top and skintight leggings with a plaid shirt tied around her waist. The mother to True Thompson wore her … Read more

Coronavirus UK: Public might abandon lockdown rules early if they think they are immune, SAGE warns

People might start socialising and ditching lockdown rules ahead of schedule if they think the Covid threat is low or believe they are immune, SAGE has warned. Scientists advising the Government say people have been good at following rules so far but caution that the public will need reminding of why it is important to stick … Read more

Organised mother reveals she’s already wrapped her Christmas presents – 10 MONTHS early 

A thrifty mother says she’s managed to save hundreds of pounds on Christmas presents – by buying them 11 months in advance.   Annette Bradley, 38, from Burnley, Lancashire, ordered her children’s main presents on Boxing Day, and snapped up the rest of her family’s gifts during the cut-price January sales.  She says she’s saved herself … Read more

Priti Patel: ‘Far too early’ to book a summer holiday abroad

Priti Patel warns it is still ‘far too early’ for people to book a summer holiday abroad as she says the nation must wait for the vaccination drive to make more progress despite Boris Johnson targeting ‘return to normal’ on June 21 Home Secretary said ‘far too early’ for people to book summer holidays abroad  … Read more

High protein vegan diet can slash the risk of early death in older women by almost 50%

Postmenopausal women who ditch meat in preference of plant-based alternatives are less likely to die prematurely, research has found.  Eating nuts in place of red meat, poultry, dairy, eggs and fish was linked with lower risk of early death in a landmark study.  Meanwhile, eating nuts instead of eggs slashed the likelihood of dying in … Read more

Greek island holidays as early as MAY?

Greek island holidays as early as MAY? Athens considers plan to break from EU rules and reopen borders to sun-seeking Britons before summer Greece is looking into whether it can give an early green light to British tourists  The country is examining whether it could open its borders as early as May  The early reopening … Read more