Edward Argar, the Minister of State for Health and MP for Charnwood, defended the Government’s action this morning surrounding the date of when India was added to the travel red list, amid the spread of the Delta variant. It comes as the Government was forced to delay its planned “freedom day” of 21 June as concerns about the spread of the variant increase.
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.
ANDY BURNHAM has slammed Andrew Lloyd Webber as a "prima donna" over the composer's threats to flaunt lockdown rules. Andy Burnham has branded Andrew Lloyd-Webber a "prima donna" on Sky News over the composer's pledge to reopen theatres on June 21 even if the Government delays the lifting of lockdown measures.
ROBERT Jenrick has hinted that an extension to lockdown could happen next week by warning that those planning weddings should wait for an official announcement before going ahead with planning. Those planning to book their wedding should hold off until next Monday’s coronavirus announcement by Boris Johnson, a Government minister has said.
The presenter is no stranger to morning TV Eamonn Holmes is in the running to replace BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin, who is leaving the show after 20 years. The Belfast man is one of the handful of high-profile candidates being tipped for the job. Others include Sally Nugent, Bill Turnbull, Piers Morgan, Charlene White, Kay Burley, and Jeremy Vine.
Women with intensive mental health needs may still have to travel into London for treatment under a £60million plan to return inpatient mental health services to Bedford. A meeting heard that there are so few women requiring intensive mental health services compared to men that it is “not financially viable” to create a ward for them at a newly planned “once in a generation” unit at Bedford’s Health Village.
Bedford Health Village to get new £60m mental health unit - but women may have to travel to London for intensive treatment
Women may have to travel to London if they require intensive mental health care Women with intensive mental health needs may still have to travel into London for treatment under a £60million plan to return inpatient mental health services to Bedford. A meeting heard that there are so few women requiring intensive mental health services compared to men that it is “not financially viable” to create a ward for them at a newly planned “once in a generation” unit at Bedford’s Health Village.
Sven Goran-Eriksson rudely interrupted by Lembit Opik's calls live on Sky News Sky News viewers were left in stitches when Sven Goran-Eriksson's interview with Kay Burley was interrupted by Lembit Opik calling him repeatedly Kay Burley is back on Sky News after 6 month suspension for breaking lockdown Kay Burley was back on Sky News on Monday morning after her six month suspension for breaking lockdown rules last year
Sven-Goran Eriksson suffered a hilarious TV interview when his video feed was interrupted by Lembit Opik who rang him seven times. The former England manager was chatting to Kay Burley on about England’s chances at Euro 2021 where he emphatically declared the Three Lions would claim the trophy with Harry Kane their star player.
SKY NEWS' Kay Burley was forced to rush an interview with former England manager Sven Goran Eriksson was derailed by numerous calls from an ex-MP. Former England football team manager Sven Goran Eriksson made an appearance on Sky News on Tuesday to provide his thoughts on the team's Euro 2021 chances.
Kay Burley and Eamonn Holmes have also been named among potential replacements Louise Minchin has announced she is leaving BBC Breakfast after nearly 20 years. Here is a look at the runners and riders who could replace her on the red sofa. – Sally Nugent Sally Nugent (Ian West/PA)
A royal biographer has poured scorn on Meghan Markle's new book, saying that it is unlikely to keep the interest of children. Meghan Markle’s new children’s book has been slammed by a pundit on Sky News. Angela Levin, Prince Harry's official biographer and journalist, told Kay Burley that the Duchess of Sussex’s book The Bench, based around the relationships between fathers and sons, is unlikely to appeal to children.
PRINCE HARRY autobiographer Angela Levin has raised a hidden message in Meghan's book The Bench which questions the Duke's bond with Britain. Angela Levin was invited onto Sky News to provide insights into The Bench, Meghan Markle's first children's book. The story explores the bond between father and son and is said to have been inspired by the relationship between Prince Harry and his son Archie Harrison.
EU moves to ban the imports of frozen mince and sausage to Northern Ireland have been blasted as "nonsensical" by Environment Minister George Eustice. The Conservative Party MP joined Sky News presenter Kay Burley on Tuesday morning to discuss ongoing talks to clear the impasse over the Northern Ireland Brexit protocol.
Paul Mescal’s win for Normal People at Sunday’s Bafta awards was a genuine surprise, and nobody present seemed more surprised than him. Actors are great at faking sincerity — it’s what they do for a living, after all — but the 25-year-old’s nervousness and humility during his brief, charming acceptance speech were unmistakably real.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, will be back by his brother's side to unveil a Princess Diana statue this summer Prince Harry IS set to return to UK next month to reunite with Prince William. The Duke of Sussex, 36, will be back by his brother's side to unveil a Princess Diana statue this summer.
Kay Burley is back on Sky News after a six-month suspension for breaking Covid-19 rules as the broadcaster gears up for the launch of rival channel GB News. The return of one of its most well-known faces will strengthen Sky News’ presenting line-up ahead of competition from the controversial start-up, which launches on 13 June and will be led by former BBC journalist Andrew Neil.
A young scrambler driver destroyed their lives – three years on, children are still speeding though this park
I accompanied Anzhela Kotsinian to Darndale Park in the hope of seeing a change for the better. Anzhela stood in the exact spot where her husband Ilabek Avetian (41) was seriously injured by a scrambler bike as the couple lay sunbathing on June 9, 2018. I broke this shocking story in 2018 and have continued to highlight the tragedy with Anzhela in a bid to change the law.