Hurricane Delta made landfall just south of the Mexican resort of Cancún on Wednesday, downing trees and knocking out power along the northeastern coast of Yucatán Peninsula, but there were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries.
It had been feared that older people would not respond as positively to a vaccine as the young.
The UK has recorded almost 21,000 new coronavirus cases overnight, as deaths rose by more than 100.Another 102 Covid-19 fatalities were reported in the past 24 hours, while another 20,890 infections were confirmed.
‘Your store’s policy says clothes are non-essential. Let him buy some clothes’
Tampax found itself at the centre of a Twitter pile-on over a tweet celebrating “the diversity of all people who bleed”.
Aubrey O’Day, the alleged mistress of Donald Trump Jr, has claimed she “has the receipts” on the Trump family – including that Ivanka Trump “is a lesbian on the low”.
Luckily for the prime minister and the Tories, even a ‘sell-out’ agreement has multiple political benefits. It may even make his administration look half-way competent
Seven people have been detained after armed forces from the Special Boat Service stormed an oil tanker off the Isle of Wight as stowaways were thought to have hijacked the ship. The Nave Andromeda proceeded to dock in Southampton on Sunday night and the stowaways were handed over to Hampshire Constabulary. .
The veteran broadcaster enjoyed a long career at the BBC and was well known for hosting programmes such as Grandstand and Breakfast Time.
France says calls to boycott French products in Arab countries should stop immediately
Joe Biden appeared to forget rival Donald Trump’s name while on the campaign trail.The 77-year-old was addressing a virtual concert when he said: “Four more years of George, er, George, er, he - we're going to find ourselves in a position where, if Trump gets elected, we're going to be in a different world.”
James Gunn doesn’t want death scene to be ‘cheapened’
Brexit talks face a roadblock this week after France refused to compromise on fishing, with Government sources hoping Angela Merkel will intervene to break the impasse. Sources close to the negotiations said that Emmanuel Macron was refusing to soften his stance and had adopted an “egregious” position on the issue. The UK has proposed adopting a similar arrangement to Norway, whereby fishing quotas would be agreed annually in shared fishing zones. However, sources said that Brussels negotiators, under pressure from France, have “not moved at all” leading to fresh deadlock. The Government hopes the German Chancellor will manage to persuade the French President to budge. A Whitehall source said: “We are relatively optimistic but that doesn’t mean it won’t end in tears. Fisheries is the biggest thing. We are hoping Merkel can unlock Macron on fisheries.”
German prosecutors ‘struggling’ to find new clues in case against suspect Christian Brueckner, Portuguese police source says
Such a move would be a hard sell for the prime minister – the public may see another sign his constantly-changing approach is still not working
Eric Andre has suggested that James Corden is “not nice” and that the British television host is “f****d” considering the controversy around Ellen DeGeneres’ contended behaviour.