Football-related arrests reach a new high as the Home Office reveals 2,264 fans were arrested last season… with West Ham, Man United and Leeds supporters being the worst offenders
A total of 2,264 football-related arrests were made during the 2022-23 season, representing a new high across England and Wales. The Home Office revealed the increase from the 2021-22 campaign when 2,198 fans were arrested, which had represented the highest number since 2013-14. The figures for the first time included arrests related to the FIFA World Cup, the possession of class A…Read More »
Most and least reliable cars revealed: Huge poll finds hybrids are most dependable – is your car among the best or worst?
A poll of more than 20,000 drivers in Britain has revealed which are the most and least reliable cars. Japanese sister brands Lexus and Toyota make the most dependable vehicles, while Europe’s Cupra, Alfa Romeo, Vauxhall and Jaguar Land Rover produce the motors that turn out to be most problematic for owners. Here are the most and least reliable brands…Read More »
Columbia in Maryland is named best US city for WOMEN to live in while Jackson, Mississippi, is worst
Columbia in Maryland has been named the best city in the US for women to live in, according to a new study. The community 20 miles south of Baltimore has the highest median earnings for female workers, along with one of the highest scores for women’s health care and safety. The city also was ranked sixth best for women’s safety…Read More »
Britain braces for Storm Agnes: Satellite image shows storm hurtling across the UK as planes struggle to land and Ireland is battered with 75mph gale force winds – and forecasters warn 'the worst is yet to come'
Forecasters have warned the ‘worst is yet to come’ as Storm Agnes hurtles towards the UK, bringing with it potentially life-threatening winds and heavy rain. Agnes battered the south coast of Ireland earlier today with 70mph gale force winds and lashing rain, with the storm set to hit areas of northern England and Scotland later tonight. The huge weather front…Read More »
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THE NHS A&Es where patients waited longest last month have been revealed. More than half of patients at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust waited more than four hours to be admitted, transferred or discharged, according to NHS data. Map shows: The A&Es in England where the highest proportion of patients waited more than four hours to be admitted, transferred or…Read More »
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Worst snacks to eat at work revealed in ‘snackiquette’ guide – are you guilty of breaking the rules?
A NEW office ‘snackiquette’ guide has been launched – which suggests smoked mackerel, boiled eggs and noisy crisps should never be eaten near colleagues. Etiquette expert and star of ‘Help I Sexted my Boss’ podcast, William Hanson, advises to avoid tucking into anything with a strong odour such as eggs or fish so we don’t annoy those sitting near us.…Read More »
From jeers to cheers for Dominic Calvert-Lewin as Everton avoid worst start to season in 65 years by beating Brentford… with striker flavour of the month again after being booed by own fans
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored first goal of the campaign to seal win at Brentford The striker was booed off by sections of his own support at Aston Villa last month Mail Sport’s new WhatsApp Channel: Get the breaking news and exclusives here Published: 17:30 EDT, 24 September 2023 | Updated: 17:47 EDT, 24 September 2023 Defeat for Everton against Brentford would…Read More »
Twitter, the worst social network for climate hoaxes: it allows lies to be monetized and does not act against misinformation
The big ones digital platforms They have become “accomplices” of the climate denialism. This is what a new report about disinformation and climate change which analyzes the policies adopted by the social networks most popular in the world and in which Twitter (renamed X) occupies the worst position. The study, prepared by Climate Action Against Disinformation, an alliance of international…Read More »
It took 12 hours of this Solheim Cup for the European team to discover a pulse. Time will tell whether the ignominy they suffered during a bruising morning in Andalusia fatally undermines hopes of winning the trophy for a third time in succession. The United States routed their hosts 4-0 in the foursomes. The half-point secured by Gemma Dryburgh and…Read More »
When it comes to property, most of the leading indicators now suggest that we are in the middle of a shift from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market. Not only are house prices are falling, according to both the Nationwide and Halifax house price indexes, but the latest Rics survey of estate agents suggests that buyer demand and agreed…Read More »