Boris Johnson has urged MPs to back "rule of six" measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus ahead of a Commons vote.
The Prime Minister's official spokesman said the ban on more than six people mixing was a "sensible and helpful" measure.
It had been feared that older people would not respond as positively to a vaccine as the young.
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”.
The professional dancer is heavily rumoured to be taking part in this year's series of I'm A Celebrity.
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.
Hopes that the population will become immune to COVID-19 have been dashed by new research showing antibodies fall rapidly after recovering from the disease. Researchers from Imperial College London screened 365,000 people over three rounds of testing between June and September. Results of the REACT-2 study showed that 6% of people had antibodies to the virus around the time lockdown was eased in late June and early July.
This isn’t the end of the fight. But if Barrett does what we all fear and uses her position to stop a fair election, Democrats are going to have to be more forceful than they were during her confirmation hearings
‘Your store’s policy says clothes are non-essential. Let him buy some clothes’
Phillip Schofield was asked out on a date by musician, Strictly Come Dancing star and gay man of the cloth Reverend Richard Coles.
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
Tampax found itself at the centre of a Twitter pile-on over a tweet celebrating “the diversity of all people who bleed”.
US election polls tracker: who is leading in the swing states, Trump or Biden?As the presidential campaign heats up, the Guardian is tracking the latest polling in eight states that could decide the election
Staff at Denver Zoo treated the zoo’s saltwater aquarium fish to an underwater pumpkin carving show, footage released on October 23 shows.This video shows dive specialists Alex and Tim getting into the spooky spirit as they carve fish into pumpkins.According to the zoo, underwater pumpkin carving, while festive, also provides nutrition for fish at the zoo’s Tropical Discovery enclosure.“While festive for humans, this is also great for the fish, who enjoy this activity as our predators might enjoy a carcass feeding,” Denver Zoo said. Credit: Denver Zoo via Storyful
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US president stormed out of sit down after 38 minutes
The budget hotel chain is trying to bounce back from the impact of coronavirus.
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
Mike Pompeo meets India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval before ministerial-level talks
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.”
Confession: I used to dread wash days because they only seemed to bring me a headache. I braid my hair often, so it can be pretty sensitive and hard to detangle once I undo the braids. I would spend hours just combing through the knots and crying out in pain. Since meeting a hairstylist this summer who's familiar with my hair type and taken the time to educate me, I now know that the right products make everything a breeze. In a not-so-surprising turn of events, I've come to cherish the ritual of washing my hair. From the prewash treatment that softens it to the deep condition that nurtures it, I've learned about the products needed in each step and the purpose they serve. No matter where you are in your natural journey, I bet you'll find something from this list that will nourish your scalp and make you look forward to wash days, too. I'm finally sharing my secrets, so get ready to take notes. Related: 4 Ways to Keep Your Curly Hair Extra Healthy in the Winter