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Children are half as likely to be infected with coronavirus as adults, study finds

Researchers at the UKs Institute of Child Health found that the odds ratio of a child being infected after coming into contact with someone was 0.56, compared to adults, based on contact tracing studies.


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ruined Africa trip attacking press

Royal watchers say Harry and Meghans 2019 tour of Africa, which it was revealed cost £240,000, could have been a historic success, but was ruined by Meghans final day attack on the press.


Beauties who had babies for Hitler Fuhrer ordered German soldiers to impregnate Norwegian girls

If you thought that, 75 years on from Hitlers death, there could be nothing new to learn about him, then this book by U.S. architectural historian Despina Stratigakos is an eye-opener.


Pamela Hutchinson who sang Best of My Love with The Emotions dies at 61 after health challenges

Hutchinson, who sang in the R&B outfit with her sisters, died Friday, according to a Facebook page for the group, which sang the hit Best of My Love.


Dominic Thiem produces sensational comeback to win the US Open final against Alexander Zverev

A dramatic fifth set tie-break heralded the end of six year wait for mens tennis finally to gain a new Grand Slam champion - the Austrian who for two years has looked like the next cab off the rank. 


PETER HITCHENS argues extraditing Julian Assange to the US threatens press freedom

PETER HITCHENS Do we really want the hand of a foreign power to be able to reach into our national territory at will and pluck out anyone it wants to punish?


Mental health problems spiked among locked down Chinese students

Suicide attempts doubled while Chinese students were kept home, and the studys findings suggest that getting children in the US back to in-person classes as soon as it is safe could be life-saving.


COVID-19 treatment trials STILL have not enrolled enough minorities, study finds

UC San Francisco research found black Americans are under-represented in treatment trials conducted in three US cities as vaccine makers struggle to recruit black and Hispanic people.


Fury at pandemic wedding photos in which guests pretend to be DEAD

The images were posted in a wedding-shaming Facebook group, however the bride and groom have not been named.


Russias answer to Machu Picchu Ancient ghost villages of Dagestan

One of the most impressive is the village of Gamsutl, which is perched 4,600 feet up on top of Dagestans Mount Gamsutlmeer - and nicknamed the Machu Picchu of Dagestan.


Americans twice as likely to get COVID-19 after eating at restaurants

A new CDC report found that 41 percent of people who had eaten at restaurants in the past two weeks tested positive for coronavirus, compared to 27% of those who ate out and tested negative.


US coronavirus cases hit 6.4 million by mid-April, study suggests

Mathematical modeling from UC Berkeley suggests that there were actually nine-times more coronavirus infections than the CDCs count by mid-April due to inadequate and inaccurate testing.


Coronavirus kills off BRAIN cells, study finds

Collaborating scientists around the globe have shown that the virus burglarizes brain cells, using their machinery to replicate, while depriving the surrounding ones of oxygen and killing them.


Coronavirus US Infection fatal for fewer than 3% under 35

Regardless of age, people who are diabetic, obese, have high blood pressure or a combination of two or three of those conditions have far poorer chances of survival, a Brigham And Womens study found.


The US needs to perform 200 MILLION coronavirus tests a MONTH

At present, the US is doing about 20 million tests a month - one tenth as many as  experts at the Rockefeller Foundation and Duke Universitys Margolis Center for Health Policy believe are needed.


Just 17% of children with coronavirus are hospitalized

For most children, coronavirus infection is unlikely to be much worse than the flu, according to a new National Childrens Hospital study that found each virus lands kids in hospitals at similar rates.


AstraZenecas COVID-19 vaccine trials put on hold after suspected serious reaction

Trials of thee COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca have been placed on a hold after a suspected dangerously bad reaction to the shot, Stat News reported.


Coronavirus 17% infected children are hospitalized, study says

For most children, coronavirus infection is unlikely to be much worse than the flu, according to a new National Childrens Hospital study that found each virus lands kids in hospitals at similar rates.


Amazon warehouse workers reveal horror stories, including one with impaired vision

Amazon workers who pack items to be shipped across New York and the surrounding area have revealed the working conditions of employees who are constantly monitored by computers.


US stay-at-home orders slowed the spread of coronavirus

The time it took for COVID-19 case numbers to double increased from 2.7 days to six days after stay-home advisories or orders were issued in 42 states, a new University of Wisconsin study shows.


Coronavirus US Data shows which states are testing most and least

Rhode Island leads the pack, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while Pennsylvania ranks last, and Kansas, Indiana, South and Missouri, fall to the bottom of the rankings.


Is YOUR state doing enough coronavirus testing?

Rhode Island leads the pack, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while Pennsylvania ranks last, and Kansas, Indiana, South and Missouri, fall to the bottom of the rankings.


Smoking, vaping and second-hand smoke may ALL raise COVID-19 risks, studies suggest

Nicotine in cigarettes, e-cigarettes and second hand smoke may alter genes in a way that creates more cellular entry points for coronavirus,  new research from Australia suggests.


Facebooks Reality Labs share pioneering AR audio technology work

Facebook claims to be developing technology with perceptual superpowers that tunes out background noise, allowing them to focus on certain sounds. And it could be added to the firms AR glasses.


HUNDREDS of dead fish in Yellowstone River killed by a parasite

Montana park officials have spotted nearly 200 dead mountain whitefish along the shores of Yellowstone River, which they believe was caused by proliferative kidney disease.


Panda Express launches new honey sesame chicken-scented CANDLE

The $28 candle launched in honor of the return of Honey Sesame Chicken Breast to menus. Its inspired by crispy, string beans, yellow peppers, and sesame sauce with organic honey.


Study finds lower class groups are better at reading emotions than the higher class

A study reveals lower class individuals are better at understanding peoples emotions than their higher class counterparts. Experts say those deemed lower class tend to prioritize others needs.


US Surgeon General, vaccine czar, say covid shot by election improbable

Speaking Friday on Good Morning America, Dr Jerome Adams claimed that the CDC guidance was intended to ensure that states have protocols, staff and supplies in place whenever vaccines arrive.


Global Warming Aviation produced 26BN tons CO2 in 20 years

Aviation is responsible for about 3.5 percent of humanitys contribution to global warming and has added 13 billion tons of CO2 in the atmosphere in just the past 20 years, new study reveals.


Aviation added 26 BILLION tons of CO2 in 20 years, accounting for 3.5% of impact on global warming

Aviation is responsible for about 3.5 percent of humanitys contribution to global warming and has added 13 billion tons of CO2 in the atmosphere in just the past 20 years, new study reveals.


Blood tests may detect psychotic disorders years BEFORE they start

Researchers from the Royal College of Surgeons University in Dublin analysed blood samples of more than 100 people deemed high risk of developing the conditions.


Indus Valley Civilisation was wiped out by climate change 3,300 years ago

It is thought the society, which existed at the same time as ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, thrived in a period between two major shifts in monsoon patterns driven by climate change.


Americans DID comply with coronavirus lockdowns. in 98% of counties CDC finds

Between March and May, 41 states issued stay-at-home orders or advisories. to slow the spread of COVID-19. They worked to significantly decrease movement in 90% of counties, despite.protests.


Cannabis Smoking joints even occasionally as a teenager can damage your brain, study warns

US experts studying adolescent siblings found the early use of marijuana impacts the brain in a way that cannot be explained by genetic or environmental factors.


Johnson & Johnson reveals coronavirus vaccine prevents severe illness in hamsters

In Johnson & Johnsons coronavirus vaccine trial, inoculated Syrian golden hamsters lost less weight and had less virus in their lungs and other organs than unvaccinated hamsters


Elon Musks SpaceX completes its SECOND Starship hop with another prototype

SpaceX completed the second hop of its Starship rocket Thursday at its facility in Boca Chica, Texas - bringing the firm one-step closer to sending humans to Mars.


Ted Cruz-led senators want abortion pill classed as dangerous

Mifeprex is used to end a pregnancy that is no more than 10 weeks along by blocking the hormone progesterone, but the lawmakers claim the drug is dangerous and needs to be removed.


Old elephants hunted for ivory are vital leaders in elephant societies, study claims

UK research rubbishes claims by ivory dealers that old males are worth killing for their precious tusks on the grounds they are redundant in terms of breeding and species survival.


Liftoff! SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink internet satellites to orbit aboard the Falcon 9 rocket

SpaceX launch a new batch of 60 Starlink satellites into orbit Thursday morning. This is the firms 12th Starlink mission that brings the mega constellation to 713 devices.


Children can have the coronavirus and antibodies in their bodies at the SAME TIME

In a new study from Childrens National Hospital in Washington, DC, patients between ages six and 15 took nearly twice as long time to clear the coronavirus than patients aged 16 to 22


Novavaxs experimental coronavirus vaccine triggered antibodies in 100% of trial participants

Novavaxs trial in more than 100 Australian adults showed that the vaccine triggered the production of coronavirus antibodies - -  in 1ll 108 Australians that got the shot after their second dose.


Dr Fauci sounds different after vocal cord polyp removal, Twitter users say

Dr Fauci is back in action, with a new, smoother voice after surgery to remove a polyp from his vocal cord nearly two weeks ago - and Americans are taking note of his new sound as he returns to TV.


More than 300 bodies of water in the US have been plagued algae blooms this year 

Experts are warning Americans visiting lakes and rivers this Labor Day Weekend to beware of algae blooms. Over 300 have been reported in the US and there could be many more unidentified.


Menu of Neanderthals included cook meats, bugs, eyeballs and vegetables

In her book Kindred Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art, Rebecca Wragg Syke dispels dietary myths about our evolutionary cousins, including that they subsisted solely on protein.


Chemicals in e-cigarettes mix to form entirely new combinations that are toxic to lung cells

Researchers from Duke University and Yale in the US said that when vanilla, berry or cinnamon flavouring chemicals mixed with solvents in the devices they became unstable and harmful.


Red squirrel and woodpecker argue over NUTS in a tree

Photos capture the moment a red squirrel attempts to hold its own against a great spotted woodpecker trying to steal its nuts in a tree stump- and only one claims the victory.


Coronavirus US Over HALF of patients had antibiotics of no help

A new study from Michigan Medicine found that just 3.5% of hospitalized coronavirus patients had a bacterial infection in addition to COVID-19, but half received antibiotic regimens.


More than HALF of coronavirus patients received antibiotics that were no help to them

A new study from Michigan Medicine found that just 3.5% of hospitalized coronavirus patients had a bacterial infection in addition to COVID-19, but half received antibiotic regimens.


Red squirrel and woodpecker snapped during heated argument over NUTS in a tree

Photos capture the moment a red squirrel attempts to hold its hows against great spotted woodpecker trying to steal its nuts in a tree stump- and only one claims the victory.


Joe Biden tells Donald Trump to get off Twitter and aid schools

Joe Biden challenged President Trump to get off twitter and meet with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional leaders to pass emergency funding for schools dealing with the coronavirus.


Children that spend more than two hours a day watching TV lose four months of schooling

The analysis by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne also revealed no links between use of videogames and academic performance.


Iron on the Moon is RUSTING due to oxygen blown in on solar winds from Earth

The oxidised iron mineral hematite - a form of rusted iron - was discovered at high latitudes on the Moon by planetary scientists from the University of Hawaii.


Bering Sea has less ice than at any time in the last 5,500 years

Analysis of vegetation from St Matthew Island off the coast of Alaska shows sea ice in the region was last this low at the end of the Stone Age, or before the reign of the pharoahs.


Quantum breakthrough paves way for safer online communication 

The University of Bristols multiplexing system splits light particles emitted by hardware that carry information to multiple internet users.


Chinese text from 2,000 years ago about pathways in the human body are the oldest anatomical text

Manuscripts created 2,000 years ago were discovered in an ancient Chinese tomb in 1973. Experts have finally interpreted the text, revealing the worlds oldest anatomical atlas - re-writing Chinas history.


Coronavirus US Vaccine trials could stop early if safe, says Fauci

Clinical trials for coronavirus vaccines could be stopped weeks early, if data from the tests is overwhelmingly positive that the shots work, and are safe, Dr Anthony Fauci told Kaiser Health News.


Twitter adds descriptions to trending topics to explain why they are popular

Twitter is providing descriptions about trending subjects that explains to users why the topic is popular. The move is to weed out bots and conspiracy theories from sparking false claims.


Elon Musk says there is a good chance youll die on Mars during a virtual summit

Elon Musk spoke at a virtual summit about SpaceXs plans to colonize Mars, saying getting there is not the problem but the potential dangers settlers will face will be the biggest hurdle.


Number of Americans with depression symptoms TRIPLED amid the pandemic, study finds 

A new study from Boston University found before the COVID-19 pandemic, 8.5% of participants reported depression symptoms compared to 27.8% during the pandemic.


Tiny fibres from denim jeans found in the Canadian Arctic 

Scientists discovered indigo denim microfibers in North American waters, which are shed during laundering and enter waterways.


Amazon contract drivers hang cell phones in TREES near Whole Foods to snag deliveries before rivals 

Contractors working for Amazons deliver app, Amazon Flex, devised a plan to increases their chances of grabbing new delivery orders at a Whole Foods Store - hanging smartphones in trees.


Uber to ask for MASK SELFIES before allowing customers to ride

Uber will require riders who have been previously reported for not wearing a mask verify they have a face cover. The app will open a scanner for them to snap a selfie with the face cover on.


Ax heads found in Poland were used in combat during the Battle of Grunwald some 600 years ago 

A pair of ax heads have been found in Poland at the site where the gruesome Battle of Grunwald took place some 600 years ago and a well-preserved due to the marshy environment.


Iowa State to allow 25,000 fans at football opener amid COVID-19 surge

Iowa State University has decided to allow 25,000 fans at the football teams opener against visiting Louisiana-Lafayette on September 12 despite the recent coronavirus surge in the surrounding city.


Iowa State to allow 25,000 fans at football opener amid COVID-19 surge

Iowa State University has decided to allow 25,000 fans at the football teams opener against visiting Louisiana-Lafayette on September 12 despite the recent coronavirus surge in the surrounding city.


Mastodons headed north to beat the heat 800,000 years ago

During the more temperate periods, mastodons headed north to feed on vegetation that had flourished after a big thaw, Canadian researchers say.


Mastodons headed north to beat the heat 800,000 years ago

During the more temperate periods, mastodons headed north to feed on vegetation that had flourished after a big thaw, Canadian researchers say.


Coronavirus Research At-home test detects low levels of virus

University of Cincinnati and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base scientists have invented a device that can make viruses easier to detect in saliva samples by pressurizing them into higher concentrations.


Personal dolphin whistles are recorded for the first time to help estimate population sizes

Biologists from the Stellenbosch University monitored the unique signature whistles of bottlenose dolphins off the coast of Namibia in southern Africa.


Heaven scent? New research reveals how armpit aroma can be cue for passion 

Researchers from Kent University found men are able to detect subtle changes in the armpit aroma of females who are aroused.


Heaven scent? New research reveals how armpit aroma can be cue for passion 

Researchers from Kent University found men are able to detect subtle changes in the armpit aroma of females who are aroused.


Ancient breed of singing dog re-emerges in Indonesia after being believed to be extinct for 50 years

The New Guinea singing dog was said to only exist in captivity, but a DNA analysis found its predecessor, the Highland Wild Dog, is thriving in Indonesia after being believed to be extinct.


Fortress dating back to the 12th-century BC found Israel matches a structure described in the Bible

Archaeologists in Israeli uncovered a massive fortress dating to the 12th-century BC that matches a structure described in the bible, which was built by Canaanites to fend off invading Philistines.


Asbestos

In a controversial article, The Great Asbestos Hysteria (Mail, February 23), we said that according to the Health and Safety Executive, the risks from white asbestos products are ‘ insignificant’, and ‘arguably zero’ in the case of lung cancer. The HSE assessments related to specific levels of exposure to white asbestos fibres, not white asbestos products, and found a risk from higher levels. The article said that asbestos in UK schools is almost all white. According to the HSE, the more harmful brown asbestos was also frequently used in schools. The writer was in error in saying that the HSE had been forced to withdraw a series of commercials claiming that mesothelioma kills 4,500 a year. In fact, the advertisements were based on an estimate of 4,000 deaths from all asbestos-related disease.


Anna Begum

This picture accompanying an article concerning the Olympics (November 7 2009) mistakenly showed the wrong woman. We are happy to clarify that the Anna Begum pictured had no connection with this story and we apologise to Ms Begum for the distress and embarrassment caused.


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Louis Bacon and Moore Capital - an apology

In an article ‘A hedge fund Godfather…’ of September 4 2010, we suggested that Mr Bacon was complicit in unethical behaviour within his hedge fund business, Moore Capital, and elsewhere, and as a result he is not the kind of person, and Moore Capital not the kind of business, that the Conservative Party should consider accepting financial donations from.


Louis Bacon and Moore Capital - an apology

In an article ‘A hedge fund Godfather…’ of September 4 2010, we suggested that Mr Bacon was complicit in unethical behaviour within his hedge fund business, Moore Capital, and elsewhere, and as a result he is not the kind of person, and Moore Capital not the kind of business, that the Conservative Party should consider accepting financial donations from.


Climate Clamp

On May 16 an article ‘Mutiny in the Climate Camp’ reported accusations of hypocrisy over a decision to fly delegates to a conference in Bolivia. We cited critical quotes from an internal email but, in fact, these did not relate to the conference decision. Additionally we misattributed Facebook comments to campaigner Ben Hart and incorrectly said he had attended the conference. We apologise for these mistakes.


Lizo Mzimba

An article on 29 October 2009 reported allegations made by a student website that BBC correspondent Lizo Mzimba had behaved in a drunken and inappropriate manner while researching a documentary about Cambridge University and that he had been humiliated by students as a result. We accept that Mr Mzimba has never worked on such a documentary, did not behave in a drunk or inappropriate manner and was not humiliated as claimed. We apologise for the distress and embarrassment caused.


Lizo Mzimba

An article on 29 October 2009 reported allegations made by a student website that BBC correspondent Lizo Mzimba had behaved in a drunken and inappropriate manner while researching a documentary about Cambridge University and that he had been humiliated by students as a result. We accept that Mr Mzimba has never worked on such a documentary, did not behave in a drunk or inappropriate manner and was not humiliated as claimed. We apologise for the distress and embarrassment caused.


Sylvia Caplin

An article about lifestyle expert Carole Caplin published on September 18 erroneously referred to her mother as the late Sylvia Caplin. We are happy to report that Sylvia Caplin is alive, well and continuing to work. Our apologies for these errors and the distress caused.


Sylvia Caplin

An article about lifestyle expert Carole Caplin published on September 18 erroneously referred to her mother as the late Sylvia Caplin. We are happy to report that Sylvia Caplin is alive, well and continuing to work. Our apologies for these errors and the distress caused.


An Apology

Our story (Mail Online 24 October) about a toddler being accidentally pricked by dirty needles in a New York hospital wrongly suggested the girl might have to wait six months for a HIV test - we are happy to correct the error.


Cheshire adoption

Our story on October 22 about a woman who abused the children she had adopted wrongly suggested that Cheshire East Safeguarding Children’s Board was responsible for overseeing the children’s adoption. We are happy to correct the error.


Police Pay

An article on 14 May said that a report by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies had revealed that police are using dishonest methods to boost their pay. While the report found that police overtime spending has risen – and said the matter was ripe for review - the suggestion that this was caused by dishonesty or tricks came from the Mail, not the report. Officers can begin claiming overtime 30 minutes after the end of a shift. The claim that officers make arrests outside normal working hours to increase their payments has been aired previously, but we should have made clear that it is conjecture. We apologise for any confusion and the article has been amended.


Cherie Blair

On 26 November, in referring to a magazines claim that Cherie Blair had attended a shooting party which included Saif Gaddafi, we suggested this was hypocritical and had outraged the families of victims of the Lockerbie bombing. We accept that Mrs Blair did not attend the shooting party and has never met Mr Gaddafi. We apologise for any embarrassment caused.


Seymour Pierce Ltd

ON November 17, 2010, we said Seymour Pierce Ltd had talks with rival firms regarding possible merger discussions following concerns over its capital position.


Lily Safra

Further to an article about the murder of Edmond Safra, we wish to make it clear there was no intention to suggest that Mr Safras widow Lily was involved in his death. We accept that there is no basis for such a suggestion and apologise for any distress caused.


Matt Lucas

An article (March 1) ‘How Matt Lucas learned to laugh again’ caused great upset to Mr Lucas which we did not intend and regret. The article on Mr Lucas’ return to public life following the tragic death of Kevin McGee suggested he had ignored Kevin’s calls, became a virtual recluse, and hosted a birthday party to ‘move on’. We accept this was not the case and apologise to Mr Lucas.


Matt Lucas

An article (March 1) ‘How Matt Lucas learned to laugh again’ caused great upset to Mr Lucas which we did not intend and regret. The article on Mr Lucas’ return to public life following the tragic death of Kevin McGee suggested he had ignored Kevin’s calls, became a virtual recluse, and hosted a birthday party to ‘move on’. We accept this was not the case and apologise to Mr Lucas.


Dr Narendra Sharma

In our article of 30 March 2009, Doctor abused abortion patients, we reported allegations of sexual assault by Dr Sharma during a criminal trial, but did not report on the outcome. Dr Sharma was found not guilty of all charges and the trial judge stated that he could leave the Court without a stain on [his] character. We are happy to set the record straight and apologise to Dr Sharma for the distress and embarrassment caused.


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Georgina Le Grice is no stranger to horror stories, but she never expected to find herself in one when her familys picturesque 18th-century property was falling apart, and there was no money to save it.


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Lord Ahmed

Further to our article of January 30 (Grooming of girls by Asian gangs fuelled by unhappy arranged marriages to cousins), Lord Ahmed has asked us to make clear that the phenomenon of Asian men preying on vulnerable young girls is not only by men from Pakistan, and nor are the victims always white. We are happy to set the record straight.


Firearms officers

On November 7, 2010, we suggested that policemen AZ12 and AZ14 had deliberately quoted song titles in evidence to the inquest of Chelsea barrister Mark Saunders. Since then the Independent Police Complaints Commission has found this was not the case.We accept neither officer showed disrespect for the deceased, his family or the Court and apologise for any distress caused.


Robert Marshall-Andrews and his daughter Laura

A report with the heading Former Labour MP’s daughter held by Italian police for being drunk told officers ‘she was the daughter of Cabinet minister’ incorrectly identified Kathryn Emily Andrews as the daughter of former Labour MP Robert Marshall-Andrews.In fact, neither Mr Marshall-Andrews nor his daughter Laura were in any way connected to the incident.We apologise to them for the misunderstanding and any embarrassment caused.


Robert Marshall-Andrews and his daughter Laura

A report with the heading Former Labour MP’s daughter held by Italian police for being drunk told officers ‘she was the daughter of Cabinet minister’ incorrectly identified Kathryn Emily Andrews as the daughter of former Labour MP Robert Marshall-Andrews.In fact, neither Mr Marshall-Andrews nor his daughter Laura were in any way connected to the incident.We apologise to them for the misunderstanding and any embarrassment caused.


Vodafone and HMRC

I suggested last week that Vodafone came to an arrangement with HMRC to avoid £6 billion in tax. In fact, Vodafone and HMRC settled on agreed terms, which included a £1.25 billion payment by Vodafone. My apologies.


Anthony Bailey

Further to a column by freelance commentator Mark Seddon on 28 August 2010 we wish to clarify that an accusation of blackmail against Anthony Bailey OBE was thrown out by a magistrate’s court in 1995, which concluded that his accuser was himself ‘a fraud and an imposter’. Mr Bailey was awarded full costs. We regret this was omitted from our report and are happy to make clear that, after refusing a donation from him in 2005, the Labour Party subsequently agreed their reason for the rejection had been mistaken and accepted further donations from him. We apologise that these omissions caused distress.


Firefighters

Our 28th October article last year Striking firemen want £10,000 pay rise mentioned that fire crews could already expect to pocket up to £50,000 a year after overtime. We would like to clarify that this top sum referred to what a senior manager might expect to earn. We are sorry if this was misunderstood.


Andrew Perry

An article on September 5, 2010, ...fury as police cash in on car phone picture said Andrew Perry, a CPS lawyer, might have been in contempt of court by giving a presentation using an evidence picture of footballer Jermain Defoe using a mobile phone while driving, before the case had been heard. In fact the picture related to a speeding case, prosecuted by Mr Perry, that had already concluded; a mobile phone case mentioned in the article had not yet begun. We are happy to set the record straight.


Benefits claimants

In common with other newspapers, an article on 11 February reported official Department of Work and Pensions figures which suggested that 68 per cent of incapacity claimants were receiving benefits despite being fit for work. While 29 per cent were found fit for work straight away, the other 39 per cent were assessed as being unable to work now but able to work in the foreseeable future. We are happy to clarify the position.


Jessica Davies

An article on 12 January 2010 about the murder trial of Jessica Davies - in which she was found guilty of stabbing Olivier Mugnier to death in her Paris flat - said that she had joined him in smoking cannabis on the night of the murder. In fact tests for cannabis after her arrest proved negative.


Jessica Davies

An article on 12 January 2010 about the murder trial of Jessica Davies - in which she was found guilty of stabbing Olivier Mugnier to death in her Paris flat - said that she had joined him in smoking cannabis on the night of the murder. In fact tests for cannabis after her arrest proved negative.


Earl Spencer

Following an article 27 March 2010 Is this the Bravest Bride in Britain? we are happy to clarify that Earl Spencer did not eject his second wife Caroline from their marital home, he did not evict Raine Spencer from Althorp and he did offer Princess Diana accommodation after her separation from Prince Charles. We regret any misunderstanding.


Derek Sawyer

An article about convicted paedophile Derek Slade was published on 11 September 2010. Derek Sawyer, the former chairman of the London Regional Courts Board, has complained that it falsely alleged that he knew Slade was committing crimes against children and protecting him. We did not intend to make this allegation and are happy to make this clear.


Tim Henman

On May 15 we said Tim Henman was being paid £200,000 by the BBC for commentating at Wimbledon this year. In fact we have been informed that his fee will be substantially less than that. We apologise for the mistake and are happy to set the record straight.


Tim Henman

On May 15 we said Tim Henman was being paid £200,000 by the BBC for commentating at Wimbledon this year. In fact we have been informed that his fee will be substantially less than that. We apologise for the mistake and are happy to set the record straight.


Win Freixenet bubbly for a year!

Discover something new this National Wine Month with Freixenet, the UK’s favourite sparkling wine, who is offering one lucky winner the chance to win its delicious Cava for a year


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Discover something new this National Wine Month with Freixenet, the UK’s favourite sparkling wine, who is offering one lucky winner the chance to win its delicious Cava for a year


Indian brave, courtesan, slave and the worlds loudest snorer MANY LIVES AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY STEPHANIE BEACHAM

It takes a while to get into this book because first you have to navigate a prologue and not one but two forewords, the first by the author’s 11-year-old grandson, who reveals that at 4 a.m. without make-up Stephanie Beacham has green skin, witch-like hair and gives him nightmares, muses JOHN HARDING


Indian brave, courtesan, slave and the worlds loudest snorer MANY LIVES AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY STEPHANIE BEACHAM

It takes a while to get into this book because first you have to navigate a prologue and not one but two forewords, the first by the author’s 11-year-old grandson, who reveals that at 4 a.m. without make-up Stephanie Beacham has green skin, witch-like hair and gives him nightmares, muses JOHN HARDING


Krysten Ritter Shes sleek, shes chic

The B knows how to dress...


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Like a Disney fairy tale 4-year-old cancer survivor gets dream vacation after all

McKenna May, a Ohio girl who has spent most her life battling cancer, will get to visit Disney World after family members raised funds for her to take the trip.


Like a Disney fairy tale 4-year-old cancer survivor gets dream vacation after all

McKenna May, a Ohio girl who has spent most her life battling cancer, will get to visit Disney World after family members raised funds for her to take the trip.


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Two women file $15m claims against California school district after suffering sexual abuse

The two women, whose names have been withheld, says they were abused on multiple times by science teacher Dan Witters and accuse the Moraga School District of covering it up.


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Screaming spirits, unexplained voices and ghosts in the kitchen Inside New Mexicos haunted saloon

The Man In Black, The Woman In White and many other other mysterious presences have been detected in the spooky Legal tender saloon


Screaming spirits, unexplained voices and ghosts in the kitchen Inside New Mexicos haunted saloon

The Man In Black, The Woman In White and many other other mysterious presences have been detected in the spooky Legal tender saloon


I should end up dead 19-year-old pleads for capital punishment after murdering Good Samaritan while high on PCP

Jason Jones says that he doesnt deserve to live after shooting dead the man who tried to prevent his Dallas crime spree.


I should end up dead 19-year-old pleads for capital punishment after murdering Good Samaritan while high on PCP

Jason Jones says that he doesnt deserve to live after shooting dead the man who tried to prevent his Dallas crime spree.


Wat-er miracle! Terrifying moment tanker driver escapes death after his truck is hit by train crossing rails

The lucky escape occurred in Utah this Friday, and if that were not extraordinary enough, the entire incident was caught on camera.


Take a look at the business stories that got us talking this week

From cut-price Dreamliners and tented cities to SeaWorlds sales plunge Take a look at the business stories that got us talking this week


Police body camera footage shows moment officer is shot during gun battle

One unidentified officer was shot and another injured during a shootout with Michael A, Harris, a murder suspect in Daytona Beach, Florida, authorities said. Harris was killed during the gun battle.


PICTURED Married couple who kidnapped one-year-old baby boy from his mother at gunpoint

Maynor Dario Valera Zuniga and Kristin Nicole Valera Zuniga were booked into the DeKalb County Jail on Saturday in relation to the kidnapping of Mateo Alejandro Montufar-Barrera.


Family wiped out in murder suicide in Ohio

Officers were called to the Shaker Heights home just before 2.30pm on Sunday for a welfare check, at the request of a family member, according to a police statement.


Justice Department secretly dropped FBI probe into Trumps business links with Russia

Attorney General Rod Roseintein told Robert Mueller to drop an FBI probe into Trumps personal and business ties to Russia when he took over the investigation in 2017, it is claimed.


Justice Department secretly dropped FBI probe into Trumps business links with Russia

Attorney General Rod Roseintein told Robert Mueller to drop an FBI probe into Trumps personal and business ties to Russia when he took over the investigation in 2017, it is claimed.


Abraham Lincoln impersonator, 63, is arrested for possessing child porn video in Illinois 

George Buss, 63, of Freeport, Illinois, has been accused of possessing child porn and patronizing a prostitute.


Mexico City market vendor killed for refusing to pay extortion

Surveillance camera from Mexico Citys argest wholesale market captured the moment Geramael López was shot dead at point blank range before his killer escaped Saturday.


Mexico City market vendor killed for refusing to pay extortion

Surveillance camera from Mexico Citys argest wholesale market captured the moment Geramael López was shot dead at point blank range before his killer escaped Saturday.


North American plant biome resilience hints at mass extinction

Landscapes today are experiencing resilience lower than at the end of the Pleistocene mass extinction 13,000 years ago and experts say a similar event could be underway.


Joe Biden Trump cant stop violence because he fomented it

Joe Biden will blame President Donald Trump for the race-fueled disorder in several cities during a speech Monday delivered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Donald Trump ordered tanks and choppers, make it look like North Korea for his inauguration

Donald Trump wanted his inauguration to resemble a North Korean military parade while Ivanka Trump wanted to host a ball with actor Leonardo DiCaprio, a new book claims.


GOP Rep Steve Scalise manipulated activists computerized voice in Joe Biden interview

Rep Steve Scalise, the House minority whip from Louisiana, shared a video on Sunday which doctored a question activist Ady Barkan, who has ALS, asked Joe Biden in an interview in July.


GOP Rep Steve Scalise manipulated activists computerized voice in Joe Biden interview

Rep Steve Scalise, the House minority whip from Louisiana, shared a video on Sunday which doctored a question activist Ady Barkan, who has ALS, asked Joe Biden in an interview in July.


David Blaine postpones and moves balloon stunt to Arizona

David Blaine announced Sunday hes postponing his NYC helium balloon stunt slated for Monday, and will move location to Arizona due to unfavorable weather and wind conditions.


Military vet who gave CPR to Wisconsin shooting victim tells how she ran towards gunfire to help

Anthony Huber, 26, was shot and killed at a protest for the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin last Tuesday.


Yellowstone bull elks smash antlers together during rut season

Yellowstone National Park released footage of a bull fight complete with the clanging of antlers and grunting of two males tussling in the wilderness, fighting for female attention.