SKY News' presenter Kay Burley has called herself an 'idiot' after she broke lockdown rules and landed herself a six-month suspension from work. The 60-year-old was whisked off air for half a year in 2020, following her birthday party in London in December. At the time London was a tier 2 zone and Burley gathered with eight friends over two tables at a restaurant as the rule was six to a table.
says she was an "idiot" for breaking COVID-19 lockdown rules with her birthday celebration in December says she was an "idiot" for breaking COVID-19 lockdown rules. In December, the 60-year-old broadcaster was found to be infringing Tier 2 COVID rules with her birthday celebration and although she later apologised for her "error of judgement", explaining that she "inadvertently broke the rules", Kay was suspended by Sky News.
Sky News presenter Kay Burley has said she was an ‘idiot’ over the Covid rules breach that landed her a six-month suspension. The broadcaster, 60, was taken off air for six months on full pay, after breaking restrictions for her birthday party in London in December, which was then in Tier 2.
Zealots threatening the magic of the moors: Conservationist IAN COGHILL blasts back at eco-activists led by TV's Chris Packham who are threatening the future of a wonderfully wild part of Britain's landscape
Even now, all these decades later, I can still remember my first sight of a grouse moor. I was a young boy staying with my grandparents in East Lothian, not on some grand aristocratic estate, but in their council house in Haddington. It made a nice change from my parents' council house in Smethwick in the Midlands: it had an indoor toilet for a start.
VALORANT players can likely expect massive changes in Episode Three, including a nerf to Jett that prevents her from dashing through Cypher’s Trapwire. Episode Three will introduce significant changes to VALORANT that will impact the way players approach each round. An early access test build gave players their first look at KAY/O, the new sentinel that will likely shake up the competitive meta.
PRINCESS DIANA's last phone call before her tragic death has been laid bare by one of her close friends. In an upcoming ITV documentary set to be released on June 24, journalist Richard Kay revealed he was the last person the late Princess of Wales’ called.
1. Sova 5 Best KAY/O Counters KAY/O's suppression ability is his main weapon, and intelligence-gathering abilities could be a great counter to that end. Sova's Recon Bolt (E) and Owl Drone (C) are effective tools to determine nearby opponents and could help get the drop on KAY/O.
The trailer starts with KAY/O dying repeatedly but learning how to negate and avoid enemy abilities to survive. He eventually activates his ultimate, which suppresses enemy abilities and allows him to be revived by teammates if killed. It appears that KAY/O was part of an initiative to eliminate Radiants, although it’s unclear if the goal was total annihilation or taking down designated targets.
Riot Games has revealed all the new additions coming to Valorant in Episode 3, Act 1 on June 22, including new agent KAY/O. Valorant’s latest episode is titled “Reflection”. It will include a battle pass with new weapon skins, gun buddies, cards, spray, and titles.
Richard Kay was told by police that he was the last person Diana called before her death in 1997, and he has now shared the conversation as part of a new ITV documentary Princess Diana's friend has talked about their last phone call before she was killed in a tragic crash in Paris.
Rugby Union legend Martin Johnson has told how he desperately battled to save the life of a neighbour who suffered a heart attack. World Cup winning captain Johnson, 51, sprinted down the road to grab a defibrillator from his local village hall. He and wife Kay then took turns administering CPR to the man while waiting for paramedics to arrive.
Burnley teacher’s appeal for defibrillators in school A BURNLEY primary school's teacher is trying to raise money for more defibrillator units after being “horrified” by Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest at the weekend. Mr Kay is a year one teacher and P.E lead at Brunshaw Primary School in Burnley.
Lionel Shriver: The biggest problem with the ‘woke’ is their methods — name calling and vengefulness
We need to talk about death, according to Lionel Shriver. The 64-year-old writer’s latest novel Should We Stay or Should We Go begins with doctor Cyril and his nurse wife Kay deciding to kill themselves on Kay’s 80th birthday, to avoid indignity and pain in their declining years and prevent themselves being a burden on the NHS.
A SEASIDER says she feels “enormously honoured” after being prestigiously recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in her latest birthday Honours List. Kay English, of Frinton, has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her services to transport management in the City of London including during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Frinton resident given award in Queen's Honours List A SEASIDER says she feels “enormously honoured” after being prestigiously recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in her latest birthday Honours List. Kay English, of Frinton, has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her services to transport management in the City of London including during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The singing duo The Proclaimers set the tone for residents and staff at a Salisbury care home who ‘followed in the footsteps’ and walked more than 500 miles. During 31 days, walkers at the city’s Braemar Lodge completed enough laps around their garden to match the entire distance from Salisbury to their namesake village of Braemar, 500 miles to the north in Aberdeenshire – plus 255 miles back.
Lionel Shriver’s latest novel is characteristically contrarian, fiercely experimental and decidedly timely. When Kay and Cyril make a pact to kill themselves on Kay’s 80th birthday – which happens to be 29 March 2020 – they are in their fifties, young and strong.
Kay Burley has been replaced just days into her Sky News return, after her team mate tested positive for coronavirus. The presenter was off air for six months after she was suspended due to breaching lockdown at the end of last year – and reappeared on our screens on Monday.
Provocative new novel by We Need to Talk about Kevin author Lionel Shriver tackles geriatric suicide pacts to avoid dementia - and expert warns it's a growing real-life problem as the population ages
Should We Stay or Should We Go by Lionel Shriver has been hailed by critics Shocking novel follows elderly couple as they decide on a suicide pact together Described as a 'freewheeling meditation on mortality and human agency' For confidential support, call the Samaritans on 116123 or visit a local Samaritans branch.