Shoppers hit Oxford Street on first weekend since lockdown rules were eased

Shoppers have flocked to the high street today on the first Saturday since lockdown restrictions were eased. Pavements were packed across the country this morning as people returned to their favourite shops and met up with friends. Oxford Street in London was heaving with people out enjoying the 53F (12C) sunshine in the capital, which … Read more

Brittany Cartwright gives BIRTH! Vanderpump Rules’ star welcomes baby son Cruz Michael Cauchi

Brittany Cartwright gives BIRTH! Vanderpump Rules’ star welcomes baby son Cruz Michael Cauchi with husband Jax Taylor The reality TV couple shared the happy news on Instagram Tuesday, revealing that Brittany, 32, had given birth on Monday Jax, 41, is seen kissing the newborn’s head in a tender snap from hospital  Cartwright’s pregnancy has coincided … Read more

Five golden rules for lock down and investment property when market is unstable

A former music teacher who purchased his first house at 29 on a $51,000 salary and amassed a multimillion-dollar property portfolio has shared his golden rules for real estate investing.  Lloyd Edge, buyer’s agent and author of Positively Geared, said investing during unstable periods can be risky and daunting but can also be very profitable … Read more

Older white people say ‘coloured’ in the mistaken belief they are being polite, tribunal judge rules

Ryan Justin was outraged by a note by Markham Pell (pictured) saying ‘coloured guys’ at Pure Gym’s fitness centre in Derby Older white people sometimes use the word ‘coloured’ to describe black people in the mistaken belief they are being polite, a tribunal has found. Those of a ‘certain age’ who have not had ‘multi-cultural … Read more

Duncan Bannatyne predicts huge queues outside gyms tomorrow as Covid rules relaxed

No room at the gym! Duncan Bannatyne predicts queues outside fitness centres before they reopen on Monday Gyms will be able to reopen tomorrow morning as Covid-19 rules are loosened  Swimming pools and other indoor exercise facilities will also reopen tomorrow People will still have to adhere to social distancing rules during the activities By … Read more

EU’s new export rules leave small British firms struggling

‘My profit has been wiped out by a £250,000 cost’: EU’s new export rules leave small British firms struggling Jerry Lawson of Frogbike said administration fees charged by each government to his customers had forced him to pause selling into Denmark, Spain and Poland He had to hire extra employees to cope with the added … Read more

Senior treasury officials ‘offered to change rules of Covid support scheme for Greensill Capital’

Senior treasury officials offered to try to redesign a coronavirus business support scheme to help David Cameron, it has emerged. It comes as the former Prime Minister has been embroiled in controversy over texts asking Chancellor Rishi Sunak to support his employer Greensill Capital. Top officials went on to try to find a way for … Read more

Tokyo placed under tighter coronavirus rules for at least a month – almost 100 days before Olympics

Tokyo placed under tighter coronavirus restrictions for at least a month – almost 100 days before the Olympics are set to begin – with host city experiencing surge in new cases Tokyo, the host city of the Olympics, has seen a surge of new cases and variants  The Japanese government have now taken action by … Read more

Roman Kemp rules out dating Emily Atack after she made risqué comments about his father Martin Kemp

Roman Kemp has ruled out dating Emily Atack after she made risqué comments about his father Martin Kemp, telling her: ‘You said you wanted to w**k off my dad.’ The hilarious moment unfolded on Celebrity Juice, after host Keith Lemon suggested Roman, 28, court Emily, 31, after learning the Capital FM host was single. Despite … Read more

Bring cash to the pub, drinkers are warned over ‘control freak’ rules banning indoor payments

Drinkers should take cash to the pub when they reopen for outdoor drinking on Monday due to ‘control freak’ government rules restricting the taking of payments inside, industry figures warned today. Landlords fear that patchy rural broadband and mobile signal means that card machines will be difficult to use in pub gardens, creating the prospect … Read more