Is this the most selfish road in all of Britain? Neighbours clash in west London suburb after high street Jubilee Celebrations were blocked over fears BUSES would be disrupted
A battle broke out after wealthy residents blocked Jubilee celebrations Traders on Barnes High Street, Richmond planned a ‘packed calendar’ of events But wealthy residents Nassau Road, where houses cost £3.5million, complained A battle of the bunting has broken out after the wealthy residents of a west London road blocked Jubilee celebrations on a nearby high street.
CAROL VORDERMAN has admitted that she "broke the internet" after attending the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in a busty pilot outfit that showcased her incredible figure. Countdown legend Carol Vorderman has admitted that she "broke the internet" after arriving at the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in London in a busty pilot outfit earlier this week.
You've earned that summer holiday - so here's how you can still afford it however tight the financial squeeze
As inflation rockets to 9 per cent and a recession looms, millions of families are wondering whether they can really afford a summer holiday this year. But there are creative ways to keep costs down – and even get a holiday for free – if you know how to do it.
In a blooper-free rehearsal ahead of the full launch on Thursday, songs were pre-recorded, the band was live and the audience at the ABBA arena in Stratford, east London, loved it As mega concerts go, this really was ABBA -solutely incredible. They didn’t sing Super Trouper or Money, Money, Money – but ABBA ticked every other box.
Wembley fever with a gold hue hit Littlehampton today - a day before the town's football heroes take on Newport Pagnell at football HQ in the FA Vase final. Thousands turned out in the town centre to give the Golds a wonderful send-off as the coach left The Sportsfield and headed through packed streets before making its way to London, where the team are staying tonight ahead of the big day.
Actors, singers, presenters and sports stars will ride through London on open-top buses marking seven decades of The Queen’s reign Their faces and voices were part of childhood for generations. In honour of the Queen, Britain’s beloved stars of television and radio will now return to the public eye for a nostalgic performance for the Platinum Jubilee.
WREXHAM AFC fans travelling down to London are being urged to avoid an M6 junction near Walsall. This closure is just after where the M54 from the North Wales direction meets the M6 and the diversion will be down the M6 Toll motorway. The North Bridge demolition work continues to progress well on the #M6 at J10 (#Walsall).
LTN cameras in Dulwich raked in £6.6 million for the council last year alone, The Telegraph revealed last week A resident in a controversial Low Traffic Neighbourhood was forced to pay almost £300 to bailiffs after council officials sent a fixed penalty notice to the wrong address. Ava Zoccola, 20, from Dulwich in south London claimed that she was “antagonised by two men attempting to barge past me and into our home” - despite not knowing Southwark Council had issued a fine five months earlier.
From the newspaper of May 23, 1997 A NEW slimline Peter de Savary was in ebullient form last week to mark the official breaking of ground for a new nine-hole golf course at his exclusive Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle. The multi-millionaire revealed he had lost 21lbs since starting to diet following a health scare earlier this year.
Comic Con returned to the Liverpool Exhibition Centre this weekend Comic Con returned to Liverpool today and thousands of people went all out to dress up for the event. People travelled from cities including London, Manchester and Nottingham and there were plenty in attendance from across Merseyside as well.
AN EASYJET passenger has fumed over a ‘bad' in-flight sandwich called a ‘war-crime' on social media. Alex, 38, was flying from Paris to London Gatwick with easyJet, and paid £7 for the airline’s meal deal. He decided to order a bottle of water and roasted vegetable and humous baguette, costing £5, after being drawn in by the menu's images.
Mimi Slinger played Leanna Cavanagh on ITV soap Emmerdale until 2021 after her character was killed off by village murderer Meena Jutla, played by actress Paige Sandhu for the UK Premiere of Top Gun: Maverick in London on Thursday. Taking to Instagram to post a collection of photos from the red carpet, the actress, 19, who played Leanna Cavanagh, looked radiant in a gorgeous off-the-shoulder corset dress.
Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan has amassed a fortune worth more than £25million over the course of his career and is now planning to leave London for Hampshire The Cockney comic famous for defining the difference between “going out” and “going out out” is going way out…to Hampshire.
THE LONDON mayor's plans to expand the ULEZ would force a huge number of cars off the road. London Mayor Sadiq Khan is trying to push through his plans to expand the Ultra Low Emissions Zone to all 33 London boroughs from August 2023. On Friday he invited drivers to have their say via a Transport for London public consultation.
News flash! Apparently money doesn’t buy you happiness. A recent survey from the Social Market Foundation, a non-partisan think tank, revealed that relatively affluent London boroughs such as Islington, Hackney and Camden rank among the lowest in the country in terms of their residents’ happiness and life satisfaction.
It follows the Spanish tourist board in London rapidly reversing its decision to open up the country to unvaccinated British travellers back in April. Unvaccinated Britons planning summer holidays in Spain will be able to enter the country more easily as the government is relaxing COVID restrictions. The health requirements for people visiting from the UK and elsewhere outside the EU are now going to be aligned with those from inside the Schengen area.
The American author on feminist utopias, surviving the apocalypse and who is really responsible for the scourge of electric bikes on the pavement Sandra Newman’s fiction is characterised by audacious conceits, utopian thinking and apocalyptic fantasies. In her latest novel, The Men, every single human being born with a Y chromosome suddenly disappears one late August day, leaving a world inhabited solely by women.
Ex-health minister 'would have pressed the panic button' if he'd seen key letter warning about risk of AIDS to haemophiliacs
Lord Pattern told the Infected Blood Inquiry that he'd have 'pressed the panic button' if he'd seen a letter from a top doctor warning about the risk of AIDS to haemophiliacs in 1983 An ex-Government minister said if he'd seen a keen document warning how AIDS was spreading among haemophiliacs by 1983 he would have "pressed the panic button".