Hilary Duff dons flirty fuchsia frock in LA… before explaining why her baby Mae’s cheeks are red

Hilary Duff dons flirty fuchsia frock in Beverly Hills… before explaining why her baby Mae’s cheeks are red By Cassie Carpenter For Dailymail.Com Published: 19:12 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 19:19 EDT, 2 August 2021 Former Disney Channel star Hilary Duff donned a flirty fuchsia frock while running errands in Beverly Hills on Monday. … Read more

Bank of England divided over threat of rising inflation

As pandemic restrictions are lifted, Bank of England set to keep pumping money into economy despite fears of rising inflation The inflationary spike has put the Bank’s huge quantitative easing programme in the spotlight, with its monetary policy committee increasingly at odds over what to do next   Having hit 2.5 per cent in June, inflation … Read more

Government ‘spent taxpayers’ money on conducting political polling’

Government ‘spent taxpayers’ money on political polling on opposition leaders after Dominic Cummings ordered surveys to gauge public attitudes on initial coronavirus crisis’, new emails published by Good Law Project suggest Emails unearthed as part of an ongoing legal challenge against Government They appear to show consultancy firm was instructed to conduct political polling Emails … Read more

Local politicians pass vote of no confidence in their MP Matt Hancock

Local politicians pass vote of no confidence in their MP Matt Hancock as they blast philandering ex-Health Secretary’s ‘hypocrisy and hubris’ Labour Mayor of Newmarket Michael Jefferys passed motion against Hancock The resolution states Hancock ‘neglected the best interests of his constituents’ The Conservative MP resigned from the Cabinet last month after footage was published of … Read more

Rail companies forced to cut services as pingdemic hits public transport

Rail companies forced to cut services as pingdemic hits public transport with large numbers of staff self-isolating and TFL forced to close Circle and Hammersmith and City lines over the weekend Workers in the transport sector are among vast number of those being pinged  Reduced timetables have been introduced on railways across England recently  Passengers … Read more

Coronavirus Australia: New Sydney exposure sites – Coles, Westfield, Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s

Worrying alert for FORTY SIX new Sydney coronavirus exposure sites including a busy Westfield, Woolworths, Coles and Dan Murphy’s – so do you need to isolate? By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia Published: 03:28 EDT, 26 July 2021 | Updated: 03:44 EDT, 26 July 2021 A huge new list of coronavirus exposure sites in … Read more

Japanese fans ignore calls to watch Tokyo 2020 Games at home by lining streets to cheer on athletes

Japanese sports fans are defying government calls to watch Tokyo 2020 Games at home by lining the streets to cheer on the athletes and posing with Olympic symbols. Hundreds of cycling enthusiasts came out to watch the Men’s and Women’s Road Race event around the Japanese capital – creating the first crowd atmosphere of the … Read more

Biden’s approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50%

Biden’s approval level plunges 6 percentage points in new poll to worst-yet 50% – almost as low as Trump’s HIGHEST-ever rating of 49% A new Gallup polls shows Biden’s approval rating down 6% from last month At 50% approval, he is now just one point above Trump’s all-time high of 49%  90% of Democrats approve … Read more

Oil traders at Vitol share record bonus of £2.1bn, boosted by market volatility

Oil traders at Vitol share record bonus of £2.1bn, boosted by market volatility during coronavirus pandemic By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 16:51 EDT, 23 July 2021 | Updated: 16:51 EDT, 23 July 2021 Oil traders at Vitol have shared a record bonus of £2.1billion, boosted by market volatility during the coronavirus pandemic.  … Read more

Japanese super-fan who spent £30,000 on tickets is ‘heartbroken’ by Olympics ban on spectators

A Japanese super-fan who spent £30,000 on tickets for the Tokyo Olympics has been left ‘heartbroken’ by the ban on spectators which dashed his hopes of setting a world record. Kazunori Takishima, 45, bought 197 tickets for various events before domestic fans were included in the ban in a bid to protect the event from … Read more