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A schoolgirl who co-founded the Our Streets Now campaign says a man in a car made sexual remarks about her body aged 11.
EXCLUSIVE: New law needed for women's safety on streets
Priti Patel is calling on women to share their experiences of abuse and violence as she considers a new law to end public sexual harassment
EXCLUSIVE: Student studying in campervan feels like pandemic's “forgotten victims”
A student forced to study in a camper van while paying thousands for digs she cannot use says she feels like one of the pandemic’s “forgotten victims”.
Universities' Minister praises student crusade
The Daily Express has won praise from the highest levels of Government for its campaign to support students struggling during the pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Aldi cheapest supermarket in July
Aldi has become the cheapest place to do the weekly shop – stealing the crown from Lidl.
Bank transfer fraud victims face total lottery on refunds, warns Which?
Victims of online fraud get a raw deal from banks when trying to retrieve their money, consumer campaigners claim
Petition to stop importing puppies to be debated by UK Parliament
Calls for a ban on importing puppies will be debated in Parliament after a string of celebrities signed a petition
William the Conqueror Boy, 4, walks tall on new legs (PDF link)
"William the Conquerer: Boy, 4, walks tall on new legs" Published in the newspaper on Saturday, 8th August, 2020
People's most annoying sounds revealed in new survey
Car alarms, snoring and nails down a blackboard are the noises we hate the most. According to a survey, the dentist's drill, hearing people argue or chewing, a knife scraping against crockery and people clicking their joints also drive us mad.
Fuel companies keep savings following drop in demand during pandemic
Fuel companies failed to pass on falling costs to millions of motorists during lockdown, say consumer campaigners.
Mental health and education of children in poverty impacted by pandemic
Children living in poverty have experienced a huge rise in mental health and educational issues due to the pandemic, a report has revealed.
Schoolgirl launches Disney-style princess with glasses
A girlwho wrote to Disney asking for a princess with glasses so she could feel represented has realised her own vision after her note went unanswered.
A guide: Rishi Sunak's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme
Restaurant owners are expecting a rush of business today as people take advantage of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £10 discount for dining out
Australia to target tech giants with 'news tax'
TECH giants Facebook and Google will be forced to pay Australian media outlets for news hosted on their sites, the country’s government has ruled.
Argos axes 'book of dreams' catalogue after nearly 50 years
Argos is to stop printing its “book of dreams” catalogue after nearly half a century
John Lewis plans to turn empty stores into affordable homes
HIGH street giant John Lewis could turn its empty stores into affordable housing, it revealed yesterday
Sainsbury's begins trial of virtual queues
Supermarket giant Sainsbury's began trials of a virtual queuing system at its smaller stores yesterday.
Branded printer ink more expensive than 32-year-old Scotch Whisky
Printer owners can save more than £400 by avoiding manufacturer ink products which cost more than whisky, champagne and perfume, a Which? survey found.
Avon expecting a huge surge in representatives amid coronavirus pandemic
AVON has seen the number of people signing up to sell its cosmetics more than double during the coronavirus lockdown.
Marks & Spencer set to cut 950 jobs
High street giant Marks & Spencer will axe 950 jobs in the latest blow to the retail industry.
Britons turn to bangers and mash during coronavirus lockdown
Families have turned to nostalgic dishes and classic pub grub at home during lockdown – with sausage and mash topping the list.
Cadbury is shrinking Double Decker and Wispa Gold multi-packs
Cadbury is shrinking the size of chocolate bars sold in multi-packs so they contain fewer calories in a bid to tackle obesity, owner Mondelez has announced.
EXCLUSIVE: Smokers turn to dangerous homemade menthol alternatives following ban
Smokers hit by the European menthol cigarette ban are turning to potentially dangerous homemade alternatives, a poll has found
Tasting the Queen's gin from her own private garden
I always imagined if I were ever drinking something with Her Majesty, it would be a cup of tea,
Care home residents recreate classic album covers during lockdown
It’s never too late to be a rock star as these care home residents, all in their 80s and 90s, are proving.
Shielding people fear returning to work over safety concerns
PEOPLE shielding from coronavirus fear returning to work next month over concerns for their safety and a lack of protection.
Jamie Oliver urges Boris Johnson to promote healthy food and combat obesity
Jamie Oliver is urging Boris Johnson to back radical moves to promote healthy food and combat obesity
KitKat to stop using Fairtrade cocoa and sugar after a decade
MORE than 250,000 people have signed a petition against Nestlé after it announced KitKats would no longer be made with Fairtrade cocoa and sugar after 10 years.
First glimpse at restaurant safety measures during coronavirus pandemic
IT WAS a great treat to hang up my pots and pans at last and head to a restaurant again.
Driving instructors and learners cautious return to road as lockdown eases
Driving instructors and learners are eager to get back on the road as lessons and theory tests are permitted in England from today.