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Could this revolutionary jab help destroy the cancer that killed Patrick Swayze? Scientists trial 'ground-breaking' vaccine they hope will protect people from the deadly disease

Scientists are trialling a potentially ground-breaking vaccine that they hope will protect people from developing pancreatic cancer. A team at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in the US has just given the preventative jab to their first volunteer, a woman with a family history of the disease.

dailymail.co.uk ,  21 minutes ago 0
Could this revolutionary jab help destroy the cancer that killed Patrick Swayze? Scientists trial 'ground-breaking' vaccine they hope will protect people from the deadly disease

What Great British summer? Chaos will hit airports, hospitals and universities alongside crippling rail strikes that could bring the country grinding to a halt

Tomorrow university students face disruption to their degree programmes The UCU strike hopes to meet staff demands over pay and working conditions Over 100,000 students have had 'three months of uninterrupted teaching' British Airways workers voted in favour of a strike that could halt holidays Health workers in Lancashire may strike to win the same pay as NHS colleagues

dailymail.co.uk ,  25 minutes ago 0
What Great British summer? Chaos will hit airports, hospitals and universities alongside crippling rail strikes that could bring the country grinding to a halt

EXCLUSIVE: 'I told the surgeon if taking the cancer out means I won't be able to perform in the bedroom, then leave it in and sew me back up!': he was keen to survive but John Lloyd didn't want his prostate cancer surgery to come with a hefty price

The former tennis star was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2017 Fortunately the surgery was a success and Lloyd didn't suffer any nerve damage The first working title for his new book was Lucky Lloyd He was ranked as the UK number one tennis player in 1984 and 1985 John Lloyd's surgeon thought he was joking.

dailymail.co.uk ,  29 minutes ago 0
EXCLUSIVE: 'I told the surgeon if taking the cancer out means I won't be able to perform in the bedroom, then leave it in and sew me back up!': he was keen to survive but John Lloyd didn't want his prostate cancer surgery to come with a hefty price

Back off or face tougher punishment: Ministers shoot a warning to militant rail unions threatening to bring Britain to its knees as it's revealed ringleaders could be liable for damages

Ministers told union bosses ‘be reasonable’ to keep the UK from rail strike chaos Rail union boss said could be biggest industrial action since 1926 General Strike 40,000 RMT workers reveal the result of a ballot on strike action on Wednesday Summer breaks could be halted as rail strikes set holidays on hold across the UK

dailymail.co.uk ,  44 minutes ago 1
Back off or face tougher punishment: Ministers shoot a warning to militant rail unions threatening to bring Britain to its knees as it's revealed ringleaders could be liable for damages

Katie Price sizzles as she shows off results of latest boob job in plunging top

Katie Price wowed fans in a breezy buttoned-down shirt after the former glamour goddess dished out her top makeup tips to fans on her UK tour of makeup masterclasses Katie Price showed off the results of her latest boob job in a buttoned-down shirt after a makeup masterclass. The former glamour model, 43, is famed for dropping jaws with her sizzling figure and sexy, revealing outfits.

dailystar.co.uk ,  54 minutes ago 0
Katie Price sizzles as she shows off results of latest boob job in plunging top

EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson cover-up on Newcastle's Saudi Arabian owners: No 10 REFUSES to release Prime Minister's secret messages about £300m takeover last year after months of wrangling over  Prince Mohammed bin Salman's involvement

Boris Johnson's office has refused to give details of Newcastle's Saudi takeover The Tyneside club were confirmed to be acquired by new owners in October No 10 has refused to reveal the Prime Minister's secret messages regarding sale They say it is important that relations with Saudi Arabia are protected

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 11
EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson cover-up on Newcastle's Saudi Arabian owners: No 10 REFUSES to release Prime Minister's secret messages about £300m takeover last year after months of wrangling over  Prince Mohammed bin Salman's involvement

First-time shoplifters ‘stealing to eat’ as cost of living crisis deepens

FIRST-time shoplifters are “stealing to eat” due to the cost of living crisis, supermarket bosses say. Crooks usually take more expensive items to sell on — such as booze and razors. But now stores are being hit by big rises in the theft of “daily essential and low-value items” — and say levels “are off the charts”.

thesun.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 1
First-time shoplifters ‘stealing to eat’ as cost of living crisis deepens

Stay out of it Biden! Fury erupts at US Brexit threats as UK faces being 'two-tiered'

THE UK is in danger of becoming a 'two tier' country and post-Brexit trading arrangements must be overhauled, Britain has insisted in the face of US pressure to drop threats to take unilateral action. In its latest warning, the Government says that Northern Ireland will not be able to reap the full benefits of “freeports” – areas near shipping ports or airports where manufacturers can import goods tariff-free – that are on offer in England, Scotland and Wales unless changes are made.

express.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 65
Stay out of it Biden! Fury erupts at US Brexit threats as UK faces being 'two-tiered'

Priti Patel to grab new powers to stamp out ‘mob rule’ of Just Stop Oil protests

Public Order Bill toughened to protect ‘key national infrastructure’ such as oil terminals Just Stop Oil activists block M25 petrol station at rush hour Priti Patel will grab new powers to stamp out the Just Stop Oil demonstrations when a controversial crackdown on protesting returns to the Commons on Monday.

independent.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 2
Priti Patel to grab new powers to stamp out ‘mob rule’ of Just Stop Oil protests

EXCLUSIVE: Channel migrants are 'asking to be returned home and not to African centres' as they fear being sent to Rwanda... proving Priti Patel's asylum plan IS working

EXCLUSIVE: Asylum seekers are abandoning attempts to seek refuge in the UK Ten migrants have asked to return home rather than risk being sent to Rwanda Almost 100 have been given notices they will be sent to Central African nation Home Office officials hope the number will increase as early as next month

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 78
EXCLUSIVE: Channel migrants are 'asking to be returned home and not to African centres' as they fear being sent to Rwanda... proving Priti Patel's asylum plan IS working

Dementia: Signs to watch for, what to do if you spot them and how diet can help

Diagnosis rates are at a five-year low due to the pandemic, meaning people are missing out on vital diagnoses, support and treatment Ten tell-tale signs of dementia have been revealed by Alzheimer’s experts in Greater Manchester in a bid to help people get the support they need.

manchestereveningnews.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 5
Dementia: Signs to watch for, what to do if you spot them and how diet can help

Former member of Donald Trump's cabinet plotting to snap up British digital lender Atom Bank in move that could see it listed on American stock market

A former member of Donald Trump's cabinet is plotting to snap up British digital lender Atom Bank in a move that could see it listed on the American stock market. Wilbur Ross, who served as commerce secretary, is in advanced talks with the Durham-based lender regarding a £700million merger with his special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), Ross Acquisition Corp II.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 2
Former member of Donald Trump's cabinet plotting to snap up British digital lender Atom Bank in move that could see it listed on American stock market

SCHRODER UK MID CAP FUND: Shareholders set to continue roller coaster journey, but mid-cap trust is taking the fight to inflation

Shareholders in investment trust Schroder UK Mid Cap have endured a roller coaster journey in the past three years. And with inflation eating into UK corporate profits, the ride is not going to get any more comfortable in the coming months. But co-manager Jean Roche is convinced that the trust's shares represent outstanding value for money.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
SCHRODER UK MID CAP FUND: Shareholders set to continue roller coaster journey, but mid-cap trust is taking the fight to inflation

BT texting customers as part of rollout of controversial phone system that potentially puts millions of vulnerable people at risk if it goes into meltdown

BT has been texting customers as part of the rollout of a controversial phone system that potentially puts millions of vulnerable people at risk if it goes into meltdown. Following an investigation late last year by The Mail on Sunday identifying serious flaws in the technology, the telecoms giant was forced into an embarrassing U-turn.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 2
BT texting customers as part of rollout of controversial phone system that potentially puts millions of vulnerable people at risk if it goes into meltdown

UK's overseer of corporate governance investigating ways to tackle unruly behaviour at annual meetings after Aviva boss Amanda Blanc was heckled

The UK's overseer of corporate governance is investigating ways to tackle unruly behaviour at annual meetings after Aviva boss Amanda Blanc was heckled this month. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has been working behind the scenes for a year on guidelines slated to come out in July.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
UK's overseer of corporate governance investigating ways to tackle unruly behaviour at annual meetings after Aviva boss Amanda Blanc was heckled

STOCKS TO WATCH: Nanoco's share price riding high after surpassing hurdle in its David and Goliath battle against Samsung

Nanoco's share price is riding high after surpassing a hurdle in its David and Goliath battle against Samsung. The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board ruled in favour of the tiny Manchester-based firm in a dispute over its television technology. Nanoco says this puts it in a stronger position going into a court case due this year in Texas, chosen for its speedy legal process dubbed the 'rocket docket'.

thisismoney.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
STOCKS TO WATCH: Nanoco's share price riding high after surpassing hurdle in its David and Goliath battle against Samsung

Meet the man who breaks the news to lottery winners that they have become millionaires

was the man who knocked on the door of the UK's biggest ever lottery winners to confirm the good news that they had won £184m at their home in Gloucester Anyone who plays the lottery will naturally check their ticket for winning numbers when the results drop - but for those lucky few who bag millions, the reality might not set in until they have met this man.

mirror.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 4
Meet the man who breaks the news to lottery winners that they have become millionaires

Teens behaving badly: The young tearaways in the dock for committing serious crimes

These are the young people and teenagers hauled into court Manchester's courts often see teenagers and young people in the dock for a variety of serious crimes. From robbery to antisocial behaviour and knife crime, judges in our region have had to hand out tough sentences to some of our region's youngsters.

manchestereveningnews.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 34
Teens behaving badly: The young tearaways in the dock for committing serious crimes

Truss and US politicians discuss ‘cast-iron commitment’ to Good Friday Agreement

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pressandjournal.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 0
Truss and US politicians discuss ‘cast-iron commitment’ to Good Friday Agreement