Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Explore the Scottish Highlands by rail with Carol Kirkwood

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Explore the Scottish Highlands by rail with TV’s Carol Kirkwood By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 22:00 BST, 24 April 2021 | Updated: 22:00 BST, 24 April 2021 It’s  familiar to anyone who’s watched any of the Harry Potter films – the famous Jacobite steam train, better known as … Read more

Golden Treasure of the Entente Cordiale: Puzzle book offers readers treasure hunt to £650k casket

Buried gold, crystal keys and a book that leads you to the spot where it’s buried. It might sound like the plot of a Hollywood adventure film, but this is a real life quest that’s poised to capture the imaginations of would-be treasure hunters everywhere.  The Golden Treasure of the Entente Cordiale, released today in … Read more

Puzzle book released today in the UK offers readers treasure hunt to €750,000 golden casket

Buried gold, crystal keys and a book that leads you to the spot where it’s buried. It might sound like the plot of a Hollywood adventure film, but this is a real life quest that’s poised to capture the imaginations of would-be treasure hunters everywhere.  The Golden Treasure of the Entente Cordiale, released today in … Read more

Readers win £5,000 compensation after being mis-sold solar panel loan

Readers win £5,000 compensation five years after being mis-sold a solar panel loan By Money Mail Reporter For The Daily Mail Published: 22:01 BST, 6 April 2021 | Updated: 22:53 BST, 6 April 2021 Compensation: Valerie and Patrick Jennings Money Mail readers Valerie and Patrick Jennings have won £5,000 compensation after being mis-sold a solar panel … Read more

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Meet Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag as you sail the Danube

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Meet Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag as you dance along the Danube By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 22:01 BST, 3 April 2021 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 3 April 2021 The news last month that Anton Du Beke is on the list of professional dancers for this autumn’s … Read more

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Delights of the Danube with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Delights of the Danube with TV’s Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 22:00 GMT, 13 March 2021 | Updated: 22:00 GMT, 13 March 2021 Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes are TV royalty, gracing our screens for more than three decades. And now you can … Read more

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Explore glorious Venice with TV’s Kevin McCloud

Exclusive for Mail on Sunday readers: Explore glorious Venice with TV’s Kevin McCloud By Mail on Sunday Reporter Published: 22:01 GMT, 6 March 2021 | Updated: 22:01 GMT, 6 March 2021 Venice is a city like no other. Beautiful, romantic and formed of 118 islands linked with spectacular bridges and canals, its ornate palaces and … Read more

Magnificent readers sent £1m in cheques as £10.8m Mail Force campaign helps children keep learning

Almost £1million in cheques from generous readers has now been banked by the Mail Force charity – with every penny helping get schoolchildren online. An incredible 15,800 cheques have been received, many of which come with heartwarming letters of support for the campaign which aims to bridge the ‘digital divide’. Hundreds of thousands of pupils … Read more

Magnificent readers sent £1m in cheques as £10.8m Mail Force campaign helps children keep learning

Almost £1million in cheques from generous readers has now been banked by the Mail Force charity – with every penny helping get schoolchildren online. An incredible 15,800 cheques have been received, many of which come with heartwarming letters of support for the campaign which aims to bridge the ‘digital divide’. Hundreds of thousands of pupils … Read more

Our intervention gets reader’s £30,300 back from Santander

Battle: Jean Timmins made her own checks before her bank let the sums be paid Why should it often take the intervention of the press to get financial justice for consumers? It’s a question I regularly ask myself – although I can’t deny I thoroughly enjoy the moment whenever a mighty financial services company caves … Read more