NHS staff join anti-vaxxers in London, Newcastle and Manchester in protests against Covid jabs

NHS staff join anti-vaxxers in London, Newcastle and Manchester in protests against Covid jabs

Advertisement NHS workers joined thousands of anti-vaxxers across the country today as they protested against mandatory vaccine rules which will see those who refuse to have the Covid jab sacked from the health service – with formal warnings of dismissal to be issued from next month. In London, dozens of health workers were seen throwing…

The joys of pelting around the Highlands on an electric mountain bike

The joys of pelting around the Highlands on an electric mountain bike

Advertisement ‘If you look at the tree, you hit the tree,’ remarked our guide, sagely. We were on electric mountain bikes in the dramatic Cairngorms. In one of the bike’s boost modes, it was easy to overcook the motor-assisted pedalling and thereby thump into inanimate objects too insolently permanent to get out of our way….

Michelle Go’s employer Deloitte donated $50,000 to nonprofit that sued against MTA homeless policy 

Michelle Go’s employer Deloitte donated $50,000 to nonprofit that sued against MTA homeless policy 

Advertisement New York City has seen a rise in the number of violent crimes conducted by men who are repeat offenders, often being arrested for violent or alarming crimes in the past, but not held in prison while they waited for their court date. Winston Glynn, 30 Winston Glynn: ‘Shot dead teen cashier at Burger…

Eerie images show one of London’s abandoned World War II bomb shelters

Eerie images show one of London’s abandoned World War II bomb shelters

Advertisement During the height of the Blitz in London the government commissioned the building of ten deep-level shelters to keep Londoners safe from the constant threat of bombs. But by the time shelters, built to accommodate up to 8,000 people, were complete the Blitz had ended and the threat was perceived to be over. Work…

British tourist is hacked to death with a SICKLE in Thailand by ‘local man who attacked him’

British tourist is hacked to death with a SICKLE in Thailand by ‘local man who attacked him’

Advertisement A British tourist is understood to have been killed with a sickle in Thailand by a local man who allegedly attacked him and a fellow Brit, because they were ‘playing loud music as they sat drinking beers’.   The victims were attacked in the early hours of Saturday in Kanchanaburi, central Thailand, according to local media…

Flying hypercar for inner city travel completes test flight in Dubai 

Flying hypercar for inner city travel completes test flight in Dubai 

Advertisement A futuristic flying ‘hypercar’ designed for inner city travel that could reach speeds of 135 miles per hour at 3,000 feet has completed a successful test flight in Dubai.   London-based startup Bellwether Industries completed its test flight of the fully-electric Volar eVTOL prototype in November, but has only today revealed footage of the test.  The…

Body of man, 66, ‘was dragged to counter and propped up by pair’ in Ireland 

Body of man, 66, ‘was dragged to counter and propped up by pair’ in Ireland 

Advertisement The corpse of a 66-year-old man was carried to a post office by two fraudsters in an alleged bid to claim his pension, in scenes reminiscent of the 1989 film Weekend At Bernie’s. In the dark comedy movie, a pair of insurance salesmen lug around the body of their murdered boss – pretending he’s…

Can you spot Mount Everest? NASA astronaut shares stunning image of the massive mountain range

Can you spot Mount Everest? NASA astronaut shares stunning image of the massive mountain range

Advertisement Can you spot Mount Everest? NASA astronaut shares stunning image of the massive mountain range while orbiting 250 miles above the surface aboard the ISS NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei snapped a stunning image of Mount Everest while aboard the International Space Station  Vande Hei shared the image on Twitter, asking his followers if…

New More4 TV show goes behind the scenes of the world’s most exclusive hotel rooms

New More4 TV show goes behind the scenes of the world’s most exclusive hotel rooms

Advertisement On-call Michelin-starred chefs, pop-up ice-skating rinks and elephants wandering past your infinity pool. New series The World’s Most Luxurious Holidays on More4 goes through the keyhole of eye-wateringly expensive rooms – some of which have never been seen by the public before – at some of the most exclusive hotels on the planet. And…

Gavin Newsom now calling train thieves ‘organized groups’ after referring to them as ‘gangs’ 

Gavin Newsom now calling train thieves ‘organized groups’ after referring to them as ‘gangs’ 

Advertisement California Governor Gavin Newsom apologized for calling a group of cargo train thieves ‘gangs of people’ and — fearing the term was offensive — clarified the criminals were actually ‘organized groups’ of people traveling from place to place. ‘This is not one-off. This is organized theft. These are organized gangs of people that are coming out,’…