By Amy Southall

Tuesday 7 June 2016

Tuesday 7 June 2016

Europe is about to have a 'monumental crisis', says entrepreneur Jim Mellon

EU Referendum: Europe heading for a 'monumental crisis', says entrepreneur Jim Mellon

EU Referendum: Europe heading for 'monumental crisis', says entrepreneur

The multi-millionaire claims the continent is about to plunge into a long depression

Friday 3 June 2016

Friday 3 June 2016

Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security' if you use it to your advantage, claims  Tony Neate from Get Safe Online

Katie Locke murder: Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security', says Tony Neate from Get Safe Online

Katie Locke murder: Online dating can add 'an extra layer of security'

Tony Neate, CEO of Get Safe Online, says sensible precautions are essential

USA 21st, but where did Britain finish in Good Country Index?

USA 21st, but where did Britain finish in Good Country Index?

USA 21st, but where did Britain finish in Good Country Index?

League table measures nations' contributions to the good of humanity

'It's beyond belief' - Drivers and cyclists unite to condemn £5,000 fine for breaking 1m safety zone

'It's beyond belief' - Drivers and cyclists unite to condemn £5,000 fine for breaking 1m safety zone

'It's beyond belief' - Drivers and cyclists unite to condemn £5,000 fine

Government plan is disproportionate and enforceable, say pressure groups

Lifting the ban on gay blood donation in Northern Ireland is 'momentous', says The Rainbow Project

Lifting the ban on blood donation by gay men in Northern Ireland is 'momentous', says The Rainbow Project

Lifting the ban on blood donation by gay men in Northern Ireland is 'momentous'

The decision follows a similar relaxation of the rules in the rest of the UK in 2011

Brexit: 'Britain is not a child that cannot cope on its own' - TV presenter Carol McGiffin wades into referendum row

EU Referendum: 'Britain is not a child that cannot cope on its own' - TV presenter Carol McGiffin wades into referendum row

EU Referendum: 'Britain's not a child that can't cope' - TV's Carol McGiffin

The former Loose Women panelist says the European Union is a 'monster'

'You've got to have a gimmick', retail expert Kate Hardcastle warns of the changes to the high street

BHS collapse: 'This is not just a downturn, the High Street has changed for ever' - retail expert Kate Hardcastle

BHS collapse: 'This is not a downturn, the High Street has changed for ever'

New jobs will be hard to find, says leading business advisor

Thursday 2 June 2016

Thursday 2 June 2016

Fertilisers, magicians and compensating for bad parenting: Jake Yapp gets more parenting advice

Fertiliser, magicians and compensating for bad parenting: Jake Yapp gets more advice

Fertiliser, magicians and bad parenting: Jake Yapp gets more advice

Alex Proud, from TV show Four Rooms, gives Jake his best parenting tips

Brexit: 'Why do you have so little faith in the UK?' - MP Andrea Leadsom defends the EU Leave campaign against George Osborne and Alistair Darling

EU Referendum: 'Why do you have so little faith in the UK?' - MP Andrea Leadsom defends the EU Leave campaign

EU Referendum: 'Why do you have so little faith in the UK?'

Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom says open letter written by Alistair Darling and George Osborne is 'extraordinary'

Brexit: Leaving the EU would be a 'massive unquantifiable risk', says former chancellor Alistair Darling

EU Referendum: Leaving the EU would be a 'massive unquantifiable risk', says former chancellor Alistair Darling

EU Referendum: Leaving EU a 'massive unquantifiable risk' - Alistair Darling

The former Labour MP has written an open letter with George Osborne criticising the Leave campaign

US election: 'This is the craziest election cycle I've ever seen' - Democrats Abroad representative on Donald Trump

US election: 'Trump is rude and nasty and doesn't ring true' - Democrats Abroad spokesperson

US election: 'Trump is rude and nasty and doesn't ring true'

Sharon Moletta, of Democrats Abroad, says the 2016 election cycle is the 'craziest I've ever seen'

Wednesday 1 June 2016

Wednesday 1 June 2016

Britain's worst paedophile: Richard Huckle is a 'monster, and nothing less', says child abuse lawyer

Britain's worst paedophile: Richard Huckle is a 'monster and nothing less', says child abuse lawyer

Britain's worst paedophile: Richard Huckle is a 'monster and nothing less'

'UK citizens who go abroad to commit offences can be prosecuted in the UK, and that's vital,' says Liz Dux

Jake Yapp brings Lorraine Kelly to 'In The Dock'

Jake Yapp puts lard-guzzling Lorraine Kelly 'In The Dock'

Jake Yapp puts lard-guzzling Lorraine Kelly 'In The Dock'

The TV presenter is in hot water after comments on her TV show

Soft play and sleeping! Jake Yapp gets some parenting advice from blogger Katie Kirby

Soft play, gin and taking the easy option: Jake Yapp gets parenting advice from blogger Katie Kirby

Soft play, gin and taking the easy option: parenting advice from Katie Kirby

The Hurrah for Gin author offers top tips on surviving small children

'The thought of having children in my 60's fills me with horror', fertility expert warns of the dangers for older fathers

'The thought of having children in my 60s fills me with horror', fertility expert warns of the dangers for older fathers like Ronnie Wood

Fertility expert warns of the dangers for older fathers like Ronnie Wood

Studies have shown once fathers are over 50 there is an increased risk of autism

Doctor shortage: Too many patients and too much paperwork is driving GPs away, says industry expert Nigel Praities

Doctor shortage: Too many patients and too much paperwork is driving GPs away, says industry expert Nigel Praities

Doctor shortage: Too many patients and too much paperwork is driving GPs away

New figures reveal one in eight local practice posts are vacant

'A creative romantic at heart' - comedian Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

'A creative romantic at heart' - comedian Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

'A creative romantic' - Ken Dodd pays tribute to Bread writer Carla Lane

The TV screenwriter died on Tuesday at the age of 87

Tuesday 31 May 2016

Tuesday 31 May 2016

The Big Debate: Would you pick a pocket?

The Big Debate: Would you pick a pocket?

The Big Debate: Would you pick a pocket?

Surely we don't need to carry anything

Children are 'picking up on something their parents are doing differently', claims research director at the Marriage Foundation

'Being married will help your child's self-esteem', says latest research

'Being married will help your child's self-esteem', says latest research

Harry Benson, from the Marriage Foundation, claims marital traditions may influence children's well-being

Sugar tax will 'hit the poorest hardest', says TaxPayers' Alliance's Jonathan Isaby

Sugar tax will 'hit the poorest hardest', says TaxPayers' Alliance

Sugar tax will 'hit the poorest hardest', says TaxPayers' Alliance

Milk-based drinks and fruit smoothies will not be affected

Government 'failing children and imposing suffering on families', says mental health charity SANE

Government 'failing children and imposing suffering on families', says mental health charity

Government 'failing children and imposing suffering on families'

Chief executive of SANE claims the treatment of children with mental health problems 'makes no sense'

Monday 30 May 2016

Monday 30 May 2016

The new Top Gear and a rather unfortunate place for a snake bite. Alco Vox Pops is back!

Jose Mourinho, Top Gear and a rather unfortunate place for a snake bite: Alco Vox Pops is back

Mourinho, Top Gear and an unfortunate place for a snake bite. It's Alco Vox Pops

The Bank Holiday is here. What better time to listen to drunk people discuss the big topics

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra: Before I Go To Sleep author S.J. Watson reveals his secrets

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra: Before I Go To Sleep author reveals his secrets

Facebook, ear infections and learning to put on a bra

Novelist S.J. Watson tells Penny Smith all about the challenges of being a man writing in a woman's voice

Why do we love superheroes so much? Behavioural Psychologist Jo Hemmings explains

Superheroes: Why do we love them? A behavioural psychologist explains…

Superheroes: Why do we love them? A behavioural psychologist explains…

TV shrink reveals why adults adore the comic-book characters

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