Taking inspiration from his namesake St George, the Chancellor yesterday declared: “We have recaptured the English flag.” As the Conservatives launch their ‘English manifesto’, George Osborne was clearly keen to show his patriotism. Posing with the English patron saint’s flag at a pub yesterday, he told the Sun: “Our country has changed. The flag of […]
Admitting to being depressed at work was not an easy thing for me to do. I had been an effective and inspirational classroom practitioner for fifteen years before my first episode of depression. Looking back there had been a gradual erosion of my self-confidence as a teacher over a number of months. I had become […]
A VIOLENT thug who “enjoys playing football” claimed he cannot carry out community service because he is unable to walk more than 60 yards.
POLICE have described the £35million Hatton Garden heist as an Ocean’s Eleven type mission as they offered a £20,000 reward tonight.
BRITAIN’S first elected Muslim mayor was thrown out of office yesterday for rigging his own election.
American John Moore’s poignant photographs of the outbreak in Liberia were praised by the judges for illustrating with compassion how people’s daily lives were destroyed by the disease.
The Labour leader is set to use a keynote speech today to suggest that the crisis of refugees fleeing North Africa (pictured, inset) is ‘in part a direct result’ of the PM’s intervention in Libya.
Exposure to small, sooty particles, mostly caused by traffic fumes and factory emissions, alters the structure of the brain according to US researchers who examined more than 900 people.
Commuter trains into London are “s***” (Picture: Getty) Train services are so chaotic that commuting to work can be like stepping into the Wild West, a top transport boss claimed yesterday. Sir Peter Hendy – who runs the Tube and buses as commissioner of Transport for London – also attacked suburban rail operators for clobbering passengers […]
Scroll down to see a list of 20 of the most vermin infested areas Birmingham is the rat capital of the UK (Picture: Mail Online) Britain is infested, infested with cockroaches, rats, mice and bed bugs creeping and crawling around people’s homes. Some areas have recorded an extraordinary 14,812 cases of vermin in homes over a one-year […]