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September 3, 2018 9:15 PM Millions to see water bills cut by £45 per year

MILLIONS of householders could see their water bills slashed after some providers yesterday promised to cut customer bills by up to £45. Water companies United Utilities and Severn Trent each pledged to cut bills and tackle leaks as part of fresh business plans. But the biggest provider Thames Water said prices would remain unchanged. Welsh Water, which 50

September 3, 2018 12:48 AM TOWIE fans praise Tommy Mallet for being open about his mental health struggles

The Only Way Is Essex fans praise Tommy Mallet for opening up about his mental health struggles after he breaks down in tears over his depression TOWIE's Tommy Mallet recieved wide praise from fans after he bravely discussed his struggles with mental health issues on Sunday night's episode. During the first episode of season 23, Tommy, 26, broke down in tears 47

September 2, 2018 3:16 PM Vladimir Putin leads mourners at moving funeral of 'Soviet Sinatra' Iosif Kobzon

Vladimir Putin leads mourners at moving funeral of 'Soviet Sinatra' Iosif Kobzon following his death from cancer aged 80 Russian President Vladimir Putin led mourners at the moving funeral of the 'Soviet Sinatra' Iosif Kobzon today. The crooner, who was a perennial fixture on Soviet and Russian radio in the early 1960s, died aged 80 after a protracted 60 1

September 1, 2018 7:18 PM Sexual health services are at 'breaking point' after 3.3million people visit clinics in one year

The Tinder effect? Sexual health services are at 'breaking point' after 3.3million people visit clinics in one year, councils warn Sexual health services in England are ‘stretched to the limit’ as a record 3.3million people visited clinics last year, council leaders are warning. The rise in demand comes as local authority public health service budgets 97

August 25, 2018 10:12 PM DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: You'd be coconuts not to go low carb

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: You'd be coconuts not to go low carb Coconut oil is ‘pure poison’, claimed Harvard professor Karin Michels last week. This must have come as a shock to the hundreds of millions of people in countries like India and Malaysia who have been using it in their cooking for decades. Prof Michels’ warnings about the dangers of coconut oil are based 70

August 20, 2018 12:53 PM Refugee Action York gets £65,719 from BBC Children in Need

A GROUP helping refugees in York has been awarded £65,719 from BBC Children in Need. Refugee Action York has been awarded £65,719, over three years, to deliver the Aiming Higher project for refugee and asylum seeking children and young people in the city. The new funding will support the project to provide services to disadvantaged young people in the area and means 53

August 18, 2018 12:45 AM It just took my breath away, says Esther after pair’s £5,000 ‘Silver Line’ donation

DAME Esther Rantzen last night told how she received a cheque for her charity that instantly restored her faith in humanity. Among dozens of items on her doormat last week was a hand-written envelope. was thrilled when Kay and Adrian donated cash after reading in the Daily Express of its plight. (Image: TIM CLARKE ) Money has poured into the charity 30

August 17, 2018 5:48 PM Pakistan election: Imran Khan ELECTED Prime Minister but condemned as 'THIEF' by rival MPs

CRICKET legend Imran Khan has been elected as prime minister of Pakistani by parliamentary lawmakers, paving the way for him to form a new coalition government. Mr Khan, 65, and his party swept to victory in July’s general election, on a platform of fighting corruption and lifting millions of people out of poverty, while creating an “Islamic welfare 56

August 14, 2018 12:27 PM HOW DOES THE PRE-INSTALLED ANDROID APP HACK WORK?

Millions of Android smartphones could be vulnerable to hackers straight out of the box because of vulnerabilities in pre-installed apps. The vulnerabilities were unearthed by mobile security firm Kryptowire, based in Washington, DC. According to Kryptowire, the vulnerabilities are a result of Android’s open source nature. This lets third-parties use Google's 46

August 8, 2018 7:47 AM Terrified middle Englanders ‘would vote for Pol Pot over Jeremy Corbyn if they thought it would protect their house prices’

MOST middle Englanders are so terrified of Jeremy Corbyn they would happily vote for Cambodian despot Pol Pot, it has been confirmed. The Institute for Studies found that nearly all middle Englanders who own their own property would vote for many of histories greatest monsters as long as they thought it would not effect their house price including, Genghis 57