Jet2 customer fumes as airline responds to complaint four years later

A woman was left fuming after Jet2 replied to her complaint four years after she sent it. The holiday goer, named only as Megan, reached out to the budget carrier on Twitter in 2017, when she said she was ‘a bit annoyed’ that her and her friends were going to be sat apart on a… Continue reading Jet2 customer fumes as airline responds to complaint four years later

Rome goes to the polls amid Covid pass tension

The center-right candidate, radio host and lawyer Enrico Michetti, is backed by an alliance of the far-right Fratelli d’Italia (FdI), Matteo Salvini’s right-wing Lega party and centre-right Forza Italia. History professor and former finance minister Roberto Gualtieri is the candidate for the center-left Partito Democratico (PD). The run-off — taking place Sunday and Monday —… Continue reading Rome goes to the polls amid Covid pass tension

Sudan protesters call for military coup as political crisis deepens

The military and civilian groups have been sharing power in the east African country in an uneasy alliance since the toppling of long-standing President Omar al-Bashir in 2019. But following a failed coup attempt in September attributed to forces loyal to Bashir, military leaders have been demanding reforms to the Forces of Freedom and Change… Continue reading Sudan protesters call for military coup as political crisis deepens

Swansea City v Cardiff City Live: Breaking team news and score updates from massive South Wales derby

Swansea City and Cardiff City face off in the first South Wales derby of the season with plenty on the line for both clubs. Russell Martin and Mick McCarthy will both be desperate to win this clash, with the former keen to prove that his possession-based philosophy works and the latter under immense pressure after… Continue reading Swansea City v Cardiff City Live: Breaking team news and score updates from massive South Wales derby

Money-saving mum uses YouTube and Pinterest to create stair panelling for just £126

Panelling has become a huge interiors trend recently. And a student nurse has explained how she managed to create the look on her stairs on a budget. Mum-of-two Amy Evans was determined to recreate the gorgeous panelling she had seen on Pinterest, but didn’t want to spend a fortune. Instead, the 31-year-old from Doncaster decided… Continue reading Money-saving mum uses YouTube and Pinterest to create stair panelling for just £126

Myanmar junta ‘extremely disappointed’ over leader’s exclusion from ASEAN summit

Brunei said in the statement a non-political figure from Myanmar would be invited to the summit, after no consensus was reached for a political representative to attend. Brunei’s Foreign Minister also said there had been “insufficient progress” on a roadmap to restore peace in Myanmar that the junta had agreed to with ASEAN in April,… Continue reading Myanmar junta ‘extremely disappointed’ over leader’s exclusion from ASEAN summit

Emmerdale fans to be scared, shocked and misled during ‘survival week’ – director

Fans of Emmerdale can expect to be “scared”, “shocked” and “hopefully misled” in what will be a week of stunts, drama and possibly even character deaths. Dubbed “survival week” by bosses, the soap will air a number of dramatic episodes as characters embark on an outdoor challenge event from Monday to Friday (October 18 to… Continue reading Emmerdale fans to be scared, shocked and misled during ‘survival week’ – director

Merck Covid pill: Asian countries are rushing to buy molnupiravir but poor countries could miss out

Experts say while the pill looks promising, they worry some people will use it as an alternative to vaccines, which still offer the best protection. And they caution that Asia’s race to stock up on the pill could see a repeat of the vaccine grab last year, when wealthier countries were accused of hoarding doses… Continue reading Merck Covid pill: Asian countries are rushing to buy molnupiravir but poor countries could miss out

I’ll curb European judges’ power to dictate to UK, says Raab

Dominic Raab has given fresh details about how he plans to prevent interference from Europe in British law as part of his overhaul of the Human Rights Act. At the Conservative Party conference earlier this month, the Justice Secretary said Boris Johnson had given him the task of rewriting the law when he moved him… Continue reading I’ll curb European judges’ power to dictate to UK, says Raab

Hundreds honour Sir David Amess at candlelit vigil

Hundreds of people have attended a candlelit vigil in memory of Sir David Amess, the MP stabbed to death while meeting constituents. Crowds carrying lanterns and candles gathered in darkness at Belfairs sports ground in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on Saturday (October 16) to honour Sir David, who was killed the day before. They heard friends and… Continue reading Hundreds honour Sir David Amess at candlelit vigil