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Jellyfish spins uncontrollably after getting caught in swimmer’s bubble ring 

Jelly roll: Bizarre moment jellyfish spins uncontrollably after getting caught in swimmer’s bubble ring Oscar Diez Rodellino, 18, sends a spinning bubble ring through the sea in Ibiza The swimmer watches in awe as a jellyfish collides with the pocket of air   Sea creature is sent swirling in the vortex before eventually breaking free  By … Read more Jellyfish spins uncontrollably after getting caught in swimmer’s bubble ring 

Doctors warn Madrid is walking ‘in slow motion’ towards a repeat of its ‘nuclear bomb’ Covid crisis

Doctors have warned that Madrid is walking ‘in slow motion’ towards a repeat of its ‘nuclear bomb’ Covid crisis in March. Spain has recorded an average of more than 10,000 new cases per day over the last week, the worst figures in Europe and the fifth highest infection rate in the world. Nearly a third of those falling … Read more Doctors warn Madrid is walking ‘in slow motion’ towards a repeat of its ‘nuclear bomb’ Covid crisis

Judge grounds flight due to deport asylum seekers from UK to Madrid

Judge grounds flight due to deport asylum seekers from UK to Madrid after lawyers raise concerns they could end up destitute in Spain Lawyers are representing three men who arrived in Britain on small boats  They said the men should not be flown out until more is known about facilities  Lawyers representing Home Secretary Priti … Read more Judge grounds flight due to deport asylum seekers from UK to Madrid

Britain records nearly 4,000 new Covid-19 cases in highest daily total since MAY

Britain has recorded nearly 4,000 new Covid-19 cases for the first time since May 8, adding the mounting evidence the outbreak is spiralling amid a testing fiasco blocking swathes from getting swabbed. Official data shows infections have risen 40 per cent in a week. The seven-day average is now 3,286 compared with 2,358 last Wednesday. Health chiefs … Read more Britain records nearly 4,000 new Covid-19 cases in highest daily total since MAY

Archaeology: Early human ancestors may have boiled their food in hot springs 1.8 million years ago

Early human ancestors may have boiled their food in hot springs 1.8 million years ago — long before they learnt to use fire as a controlled source for cooking, study suggests By Ian Randall For Mailonline Published: 12:19 BST, 16 September 2020 | Updated: 12:19 BST, 16 September 2020 Hot springs may have been used … Read more Archaeology: Early human ancestors may have boiled their food in hot springs 1.8 million years ago

Covid-19 cases among people in their 40s and 50s have risen by 90% since end of August

Covid-19 cases are soaring among middle-aged people in England and have almost doubled in a fortnight as the outbreak continues to grow, official figures show. Public Health England (PHE) data reveals 23.4 cases are now diagnosed for every 100,000 people aged between 40 and 49 — up from 12.4 at the end of August. And coronavirus … Read more Covid-19 cases among people in their 40s and 50s have risen by 90% since end of August

Boxer Ricky Hatton ‘breaks 14 day quarantine’ at local pub

Retired boxer Ricky Hatton was seen ‘breaking 14-day quarantine’ while enjoying pints at the pub ‘less than two weeks after coming back from Tenerife’.  The former world champion was pictured having drinks with friends at The Grapes Restaurant, Gee Cross Hyde on September 13.  Mr Hatton, from Stockport, Greater Manchester, is believed to have returned … Read more Boxer Ricky Hatton ‘breaks 14 day quarantine’ at local pub

Boxer Ricky Hatton ‘breaks 14 day quarantine’ as he enjoys pints at his local pub

Retired boxer Ricky Hatton was seen ‘breaking 14-day quarantine’ while enjoying pints at the pub ‘less than two weeks after coming back from Tenerife’.  The former world champion was pictured having drinks with friends at The Grapes Restaurant, Gee Cross Hyde on September 13.  Mr Hatton, from Stockport, Greater Manchester, is believed to have returned … Read more Boxer Ricky Hatton ‘breaks 14 day quarantine’ as he enjoys pints at his local pub

The spread of coronavirus could DOUBLE during influenza season

The spread of coronavirus could DOUBLE during influenza season – but scientists say getting the flu shot could lower your risks during the ‘upcoming twindemic’ Researchers compared infections of coronavirus and the flu in four countries: Belgium, Italy, Norway and Spain There was between a two-fold and a 2.5-fold increase in COVID-19 cases during the … Read more The spread of coronavirus could DOUBLE during influenza season

Outbreak of deadly mosquito-borne West Nile virus claims fourth victim

Outbreak of deadly mosquito-borne West Nile virus near Spain’s holiday resort towns claims fourth victim Three people in Seville have died from West Nile Virus, spread by mosquitoes  The deadly virus claimed its first victim in the neighbouring province of Cadiz Local health chiefs said there were another five confirmed cases in Cadiz By Natalie … Read more Outbreak of deadly mosquito-borne West Nile virus claims fourth victim

Coronavirus second wave may not lead to surge in deaths

Evidence from Sweden and America suggests that Britain may avoid a second wave of coronavirus deaths despite a rebound in infections, experts believe.   The UK’s rise of of 21,300 cases in the last week – more than double the figure of 8,700 two weeks ago – has sparked fears that Britain is following in the … Read more Coronavirus second wave may not lead to surge in deaths

UK loses its top spot as Spain’s most important foreign tourism market

Britain has been knocked off its traditional top spot as Spain‘s most important foreign tourism market for the first time in decades. More French holidaymakers picked Spain in July than Brits or Germans in a historic reversal of the sunshine destination’s overall tourism figures. The Covid-19 pandemic has been blamed for the dent in the … Read more UK loses its top spot as Spain’s most important foreign tourism market

Mr Blue Sky proves a lockdown favourite as Spotify listeners ‘dive into nostalgia to escape reality’

Electric Light Orchestra’s 1977 hit ‘Mr Blue Sky’ proves a lockdown favourite as Spotify listeners ‘dive into nostalgia to escape reality’ Electric Light Orchestra hit has become a favourite during lockdown, study says Study in Belgium finds lockdown ‘significantly changed music consumption’ Listeners on Spotify were opting for classic hits from the late 1970s and … Read more Mr Blue Sky proves a lockdown favourite as Spotify listeners ‘dive into nostalgia to escape reality’