Papers wipe out front and back pages to say the England team have FINALLY made a final

Fleet Street salutes England’s ‘history boys’: Papers wipe out front and back pages to say the team have FINALLY made a final By Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline Published: 02:27 BST, 8 July 2021 | Updated: 02:29 BST, 8 July 2021 Advertisement The UK’s national newspapers have saluted England’s football team for their historic victory against … Read more

Charlie Brooks looks ready for her EastEnders comeback as she steps out holding script pages

EastEnders’ Charlie Brooks looks braced for her big Walford return as she steps out of a London hotel with scripts in hand By Lydia Spencer-elliott For Mailonline Published: 11:47 BST, 4 July 2021 | Updated: 11:47 BST, 4 July 2021 She’s known for playing the iconic EastEnder’s character Janine Butcher.  And Charlie Brooks looked ready … Read more

Phoebe Dynevor breaks her silence over Rege-Jean Page’s shock exit from their hit series Bridgerton

Phoebe Dynevor says she had a ‘bit of a heads up’ about Bridgerton costar Rege-Jean Page’s shocking exit from their hit series By Deirdre Simonds For Published: 02:37 BST, 21 May 2021 | Updated: 02:37 BST, 21 May 2021 Phoebe Dynevor opened up about her Bridgerton co-star Regé-Jean Page’s exit from their hit Netflix … Read more

Bridgerton star Adjoa Andoh says Regé-Jean Page’s exit ‘fits the arc of the show’

She stars as Lady Danbury in Netflix’s phenomenally successful Bridgerton. And on Thursday, Adjoa Andoh weighed in on the ongoing drama surrounding the departure of fan favorite Regé-Jean Page ahead of the show’s second season.  ‘We’re following the overriding framework of Julia Quinn’s beautiful novels. There are eight Bridgerton children: one down, seven to go,’ … Read more

Longest Daily Mail newspaper in history at 144 pages rolls off the printing presses

Longest Daily Mail newspaper in history at 144 pages rolls off the printing presses as Britain mourns the death of Prince Philip By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 01:49 BST, 10 April 2021 | Updated: 02:02 BST, 10 April 2021 Advertisement Today’s Daily Mail is the largest in the paper’s history with 144 pages featuring the … Read more

Bridgerton heart-throb Regé-Jean Page’s odds of playing the next James Bond are SLASHED after exit

Bridgerton heart-throb Regé-Jean Page’s odds of playing the next James Bond have been slashed after it was announced that he will not be returning for series two. In January, the actor, 31, was the bookies favourites to take on 007 after he hinted he could be a good contender to succeed Daniel Craig. And now the odds have been slashed … Read more

£4m case between Baroness and jailed lawyer delayed by 3,000 legal pages of Spice screening

A £4m High Court battle between an aristocrat and a jailed lawyer could be derailed – because a prison war on drugs means 3,000-pages of paperwork sent to the imprisoned solicitor have to be tested for Spice. Rodney Whiston-Dew, 69, is locked in a legal battle with Baroness Jacqueline Van Zuylen after she claims he … Read more

Harry and Meghan say relentless negativity forced them out…yet these pages prove the opposite

Few things exemplify Britishness more than dear old Marks & Spencer.  So when, in May 2018, the Windsor branch changed its name to ‘Markle and Sparkle’ in honour of the marriage of Harry Windsor to Meghan Markle, it felt like the ultimate stamp of approval. Swept away by the giddy excitement of a royal wedding … Read more

Facebook is set to restore Australian news pages

Facebook will restore Australian news pages this week after reaching a deal with the government over its world-first law regulating big tech. The social media platform was condemned by politicians and users around the world after it blocked 25million Australians from viewing and sharing news articles on Thursday. The ‘arrogant and disgraceful’ move – which … Read more

Facebook tried to restart negotiations with Australian news outlets a day after shutting down pages

Facebook tried to restart negotiations with Nine and News Corp just a day after banning news on its Australian site. The US social media giant blocked Australian users from seeing and sharing local news last Thursday, in response to a new law to make tech giants pay media companies for news content on their sites. … Read more