Portobello Market goes car free: World famous shopping destination will close to traffic

Britain’s most famous market will ban cars completely in trading hours to slash carbon emissions following a trial in the pandemic.  Portobello Road in Notting Hill, west London, will be closed to vehicles between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Saturday, with exceptions for emergency services, Blue Badge holders, and residents who can only access their home … Read more

Fury as shadow minister Louise Haigh says Labour should be NEUTRAL in any Irish reunification vote

Fury as shadow minister Louise Haigh says a Labour government should be NEUTRAL and not campaign to keep Northern Ireland within the UK if there is a future border poll on Irish reunification Louise Haigh said that if her party was in Government it should remain ‘neutral’ Told GB News Britain ‘should not have any … Read more

Boris Johnson’s £100BILLION investment in Northern rail networks will see journey times slashed

Boris Johnson will unveil £100BILLION investment in Northern rail networks which will see journey times slashed and routes lost to Beeching cuts restored in massive levelling-up drive Long-awaited Integrated Rail Plan most substantial investment in trains ever The package will cut journey times between the North and London Investments are a key part of Boris … Read more

New parents Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi are joined by Princes Eugenie for a night out

Sisters’ night out! New parents Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi leave their daughter Sienna at home as they join Princess Eugenie for an intimate dinner hosted by James Blunt’s wife Sofia in London Princess Eugenie, 31, and Princess Beatrice, 33 spotted on night out in London  They left babies Sienna, born in September, and … Read more

Parents are poaching nannies with £70,000 salaries and luxury cars, nanny agency founder reveals

Wealthy families are so desperate to secure super nannies that they are resorting to ‘dirty tactics’ and offering eye-watering salaries, a nanny agency founder has revealed.  Lucy Challenger, the founder of upmarket London nanny agency Polo and Tweed, told the Sunday Telegraph that a current shortage of nannies and au pairs post Brexit has seen … Read more

Neighbours furious at Romford landlord who used properties as dumping ground

Residents have said spoken of their fury after a ‘nightmare’ landlord used his two properties as dumping grounds – leaving his neighbours trapped between piles of overflowing debris. Shocking images of the houses in Romford, east London, show mountains of rubbish, including hoovers, chairs, washing machines, building appliances and sofas, at the back of the … Read more

Tiny London ticket kiosk next to Garrick Theatre in the West End hits the market for £3.3MILLION 

Enter stage left: Tiny London ticket kiosk right next to famous Garrick Theatre in the heart of the West End hits the market for £3.3MILLION The notable Charing Cross theatre ticket kiosk is on the sale for a hefty multi-million pound price tag The small strucutre is bolstered by a sizable 1448 square feet basement which … Read more

Geoffrey Cox faces more fury as report claims he rents out his London home while claiming £1,900

Geoffrey Cox faces more fury as report claims he rents out his London home while claiming £1,900 a month for second property Former attorney general claimed £3,800 for second home when working abroad He and his wife bought second home for £535,000 in 2004 Although controversial, the arrangement is within parliamentary rules.  By Daily Mail … Read more

Bizarre moment Asda staff try to break up a fight between a female employee and a customer

Bizarre moment Asda staff try to break up a fight between a female employee and a customer who screams ‘where’s the f****** police’ after ‘assaulting’ the supermarket worker The furious fight happened at an Asda supermarket in Beckton, London  The altercation allegedly erupted after the woman ‘assaulted’ the employee Asda staff and customers rushed to … Read more

Briton who flew steerable balloon while PREGNANT in 1902 may have been first woman to fly

A magnificent woman in her flying machine: Brit who flew her husband’s steerable balloon in 1902 while PREGNANT could be hailed as first female pilot Rose Spencer took to the sky above Crystal Palace, south London, in July 1902 Flight took place 15 months before the first official motorised flight by a woman Spencer was the … Read more

Boris Johnson warns UK will do ‘whatever is necessary’ to protect its fleet amid row with France

Boris Johnson tonight demanded that Emmanuel Macron rein in his ministers stoking tensions over fishing rights – and warned that the UK ‘stands ready’ to respond if Paris escalates the situation. The PM fired a shot across Mr Macron’s bows ahead of a meeting between the pair on Sunday – despite insisting that the cross-Channel … Read more