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Charles and William 'will lead summit within weeks to decide Royal Family's future'

Charles and William ‘will lead summit within weeks to decide Royal Family’s future’

Princes Charles and William will lead a summit meeting within weeks to decide the future of the Royal Family, it…

Up to £3billion spent over weekend across England with 4million pints drank a day

Up to £3billion spent over weekend across England with 4million pints drank a day

A whopping £3 billion was spent over the weekend – the first since pubs and non-essential shops re-opened last Monday…

Premature baby one of youngest in UK to catch Covid celebrating first birthday

Premature baby one of youngest in UK to catch Covid celebrating first birthday

A premature baby who was one of the youngest in Britain to contract coronavirus has celebrated his first birthday. Theo…

22 'HMS Bubble' staff supporting the Queen through grief due to Covid rules

22 ‘HMS Bubble’ staff supporting the Queen through grief due to Covid rules

Heartbreaking pictures yesterday showed the Queen sitting alone at her husband’s funeral, unable to get close to her family due…

Eight countries could be added to green list for quarantine-free travel next month

Eight countries could be added to green list for quarantine-free travel next month

Just eight countries – including Ireland, the United States, Israel and Australia – could be included on the government’s travel…

Fears new Covid variant could ruin road map out of lockdown as UK cases fall

Fears new Covid variant could ruin road map out of lockdown as UK cases fall

A new variant of coronavirus could “scupper” the UK’s plans to ease lockdown, a leading scientist has warning. Covid-19 infections…

Prince Philip funeral Order of Service in full - no eulogy and subtle link to Diana

Prince Philip funeral Order of Service in full – no eulogy and subtle link to Diana

A touching song performed at Princess Diana’s funeral and the weddings of her children will be among those to ring…

Areas of England where coronavirus cases are rising more than doubles in two days

Areas of England where coronavirus cases are rising more than doubles in two days

Coronavirus cases are now rising in 135 areas of England – more than double the number two days ago. Data…

Boozy Brits to down five million pints on first Friday night out since lockdown eased

Boozy Brits to down five million pints on first Friday night out since lockdown eased

Thirsty Brits are reportedly set to down five million pints and spend a staggering £1.6 billion in pubs and shops…

Travellers using fake GP notes to avoid paying for Covid tests, border officers say

Travellers using fake GP notes to avoid paying for Covid tests, border officers say

People arriving back into the UK are using fake GP notes to avoid having to pay for a Covid test,…

Covid 'death jobs' emerge with virus twice as likely to kill zero hours workers

Covid ‘death jobs’ emerge with virus twice as likely to kill zero hours workers

Covid “death jobs” have been identified in new analysis showing that workers on zero hours contracts were twice as likely…

Top fears Brits have about returning to the office after the Covid lockdown

Top fears Brits have about returning to the office after the Covid lockdown

More than half of British workers would be happy to never return to the office – due to fears of…

Denmark becomes first country to totally ban AstraZeneca jab over blood clot risk

Denmark becomes first country to totally ban AstraZeneca jab over blood clot risk

Denmark has become the first country in the world to totally ban the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine over its possible link…

Queen ‘to sit alone’ at Prince Philip’s funeral because of strict Covid rules

Queen ‘to sit alone’ at Prince Philip’s funeral because of strict Covid rules

The Queen will likely sit on her own during the funeral of her husband Prince Philip because of strict Covid…

Prince Philip 'always saw things as he spoke it and you got what he saw'

Prince Philip ‘always saw things as he spoke it and you got what he saw’

As the Daily Mirror’s royal photographer, Kent Gavin followed the late Prince Philip around the globe for 30 years. He…

UK Covid deaths pass tragic 150,000 milestone, official ONS data reveals

UK Covid deaths pass tragic 150,000 milestone, official ONS data reveals

The UK’s Covid death toll has passed 150,000, heartbreaking figures released this morning reveal. Data from the Office for National…

Covid cases surge by a third in just one week on day lockdown eases across UK

Covid cases surge by a third in just one week on day lockdown eases across UK

As pubs and shops re-opened following months of lockdown the UK recorded a fresh spike in new Covid cases, totalling…

Pub goers 'like kids at Christmas' neck their first pints this year as boozers reopen

Pub goers ‘like kids at Christmas’ neck their first pints this year as boozers reopen

Beer-starved pub-goers described the return to the boozer as “being like a kid at Christmas” as England re-opened after lockdown….

Hairdressers, shops and gyms open doors for keen customers at midnight as lockdown eases

Hairdressers, shops and gyms open doors for keen customers at midnight as lockdown eases

It wasn’t just thirsty punters back on the streets at the stroke of midnight as hairdressers were also seen taking…

One-dose Janssen Covid vaccine 'days from approval' with rollout to reach people in 40s

One-dose Janssen Covid vaccine ‘days from approval’ with rollout to reach people in 40s

A fourth Coronavirus jab could be approved for use in Britain within days – as the vaccine programme gears up…

Covid vaccine passports 'only short-term' before UK reaches 'herd immunity by October'

Covid vaccine passports ‘only short-term’ before UK reaches ‘herd immunity by October’

The Government believes vaccine passports could offer a temporary “bridge to freedom” before the population achieves herd immunity in the…

Hairdressers slam new 'discriminatory' Covid rules which will impact black customers

Hairdressers slam new ‘discriminatory’ Covid rules which will impact black customers

As hairdressers prepare to reopen their doors on Monday there are new Government guideline they must adhere to. Under new…

Mobiles.co.uk latest SIM-only deal offers unlimited data for just £11 a month

Vodafone extends unlimited data plan for job seekers and it’s just £10 a month

Mobile phone network Vodafone is doing its best to help customers who’ve lost their jobs during the pandemic, by offering…

Hairdressers told not to offer highlights or 'long' treatments and use hairdryer less

Hairdressers told not to offer highlights or ‘long’ treatments and use hairdryer less

Hairdressers have been told they must not offer any ‘long treatments’ such as braids and highlights when they reopen on…

Sunbathing could reduce the risk of dying from Covid-19, new study finds

Sunbathing could reduce the risk of dying from Covid-19, new study finds

Sunbathing could cut the risk of dying from Covid, according to new research. Scientists say it causes the skin to…

Landlord who spent £50,000 on pub chalet told it breaks Covid rules days before opening

Landlord who spent £50,000 on pub chalet told it breaks Covid rules days before opening

A pub landlord who spent £50,000 on a chalet for food has been told it breaks Covid rules, just days…

What are the symptoms of a blood clot? Warning signs to look out for

What are the symptoms of a blood clot? Warning signs to look out for

Concern over blood clots in a small number of patients who have received the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine have led to a…

Full list of coronavirus symptoms from skin problems and headaches to 'Covid tongue'

Full list of coronavirus symptoms from skin problems and headaches to ‘Covid tongue’

While the NHS lists three main symptoms of Covid there are numerous others that could also be a sign of…

Britain 'could achieve Covid herd immunity by Monday' according to surprise modelling

Britain ‘could achieve Covid herd immunity by Monday’ according to surprise modelling

New research suggests Britain will achieve herd immunity by next week – thanks to the large number of people vaccinated…

Slow down AstraZeneca vaccine for younger people until 'certain of safety', warns expert

Slow down AstraZeneca vaccine for younger people until ‘certain of safety’, warns expert

The rollout of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine should be paused for younger people until regulators have issued guidance on its…

Girl, 12, left fighting for her life in ICU after suffering rare post-Covid symptoms

Girl, 12, left fighting for her life in ICU after suffering rare post-Covid symptoms

A 12-year-old girl was left fighting for her life in ICU after her mum claimed she had suffered a rare…

Moderna becomes third Covid vaccine used in UK as it's rolled out to patients today

Moderna becomes third Covid vaccine used in UK as it’s rolled out to patients today

A third Covid vaccine approved for use in the UK will be rolled out from today, with 5,000 doses sent…

Lockdown roadmap 'could be sped up', says Sage expert amid third wave warnings

Lockdown roadmap ‘could be sped up’, says Sage expert amid third wave warnings

A top Government adviser says there are some arguments for lifting coronavirus lockdown restrictions sooner in England, but there could…

Ten countries set to accept vaccine passports this summer as lockdown eases

Ten countries set to accept vaccine passports this summer as lockdown eases

Boris Johnson has unveiled the next steps in easing England out of lockdown, as the government hopes to reopen foreign…

Weddings with 15 guests allowed again from April 12 along with funeral wakes

Weddings with 15 guests allowed again from April 12 along with funeral wakes

Weddings with 15 guests and funerals with 30 mourners will be allowed again from April 12, it has been confirmed….

Widower of rail worker who died of Covid a year ago after being 'spat on' weeps at vigil

Widower of rail worker who died of Covid a year ago after being ‘spat on’ weeps at vigil

A widower was brought to tears as vigils were held across the country to mark the first anniversary of his…