How white-tailed eagles could be reintroduced to England

How white-tailed eagles could be reintroduced to England to reduce pests including geese and rabbits White-tailed eagles could be reintroduced to reduce geese and rabbit numbers Between six and 12 of the birds would be released in England each year The white-tailed eagles went extinct in Britain a century ago By Gregory Kirby For The … Read more How white-tailed eagles could be reintroduced to England

England rugby star and Harrow scholar MARO ITJOE joins Mail’s Computers for Kids campaign

Today England rugby star Maro Itoje throws his weight behind the ‘digital divide’ campaign; his aim to guarantee laptops for all disadvantaged children in the UK. Here he talks to Frances Hardy about why he is passionately committed to equal education for all: Having been born into a family that prized education as the key … Read more England rugby star and Harrow scholar MARO ITJOE joins Mail’s Computers for Kids campaign

Miss England gets Covid vaccine as she works as NHS doctor

The current Miss England winner has received her first dose of the Covid vaccine so she can continue to help saving lives as a doctor on the NHS frontline.  Dr Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, returned from India to the UK to answer the government’s call for retired and junior doctors back in April.  She has since … Read more Miss England gets Covid vaccine as she works as NHS doctor

Coronavirus cases dropped 15% to 330,000 in first week of lockdown – England

Coronavirus cases dropped 15 per cent during the first week of England’s lockdown, official statistics revealed today. NHS Test and Trace data shows 330,871 people tested positive across the country in the week ending January 13. For comparison, the figure stood at 389,191 in the first week of 2021. It is the first week-on-week fall … Read more Coronavirus cases dropped 15% to 330,000 in first week of lockdown – England

Study claiming lockdown 3.0 isn’t working ‘does NOT prove coronavirus is on the rise in England’

A shocking study that suggested England’s third lockdown isn’t working does not prove that infections are rising because it missed out a drop from the second wave’s likely peak in December, scientists say. Imperial College London’s REACT-1 mass-testing study, which estimated 1.58 per cent of England’s population had coronavirus in the first 10 days of … Read more Study claiming lockdown 3.0 isn’t working ‘does NOT prove coronavirus is on the rise in England’

Top 15 best places to live in England Wales now

Fifteen hotspots have been unveiled as the most desirable places to live across England and Wales in terms of quality of life, with a particular emphasis on architecture and access to nature. Bath in Somerset, Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire, Ilfracombe in Devon and Canterbury in Kent made up the top five of … Read more Top 15 best places to live in England Wales now

Bank of England ramps up stress tests for UK lenders

Bank of England ramps up stress tests for UK lenders to reflect a worst-case scenario for the Covid-battered economy By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 GMT, 20 January 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 20 January 2021 The Bank of England has set out a worst-case scenario for the economy which it will … Read more Bank of England ramps up stress tests for UK lenders

Covid UK: Interactive map reveals 65,000 people are getting infected each day in England

Around 65,000 people in England are catching Covid-19 each day but the outbreak is no longer shrinking, according to analysts tracking the second wave.  London-based Lane Clark and Peacock (LCP) – a consultancy firm that uses official data to estimate daily infections across the country – predicted that cases plunged to 62,552 on January 14.  … Read more Covid UK: Interactive map reveals 65,000 people are getting infected each day in England

England dishes out 300,000 daily doses amid hope that NHS CAN hit key target

Hopes that Britain’s great Covid vaccine rollout is still on track were raised today as official data revealed England dished out more than 300,000 doses yesterday.  Boris Johnson insisted the UK is still on schedule to hit the target of vaccinating the 14million most vulnerable people by mid-February, despite alarm over the daily rate having … Read more England dishes out 300,000 daily doses amid hope that NHS CAN hit key target

Covid England: Deaths in care homes DOUBLE in a fortnight to 1,260

Coronavirus deaths in care homes have doubled in a fortnight in England, figures revealed today amid a spike in cases across the sector.  An Office for National Statistics (ONS) report found 1,260 residents died of the virus in the week ending January 15, almost twice the 661 fatalities two weeks ago. The virus now accounts for … Read more Covid England: Deaths in care homes DOUBLE in a fortnight to 1,260