NHS England reports 631 new Covid deaths in hospitals – up 123 on same figure a week ago 

NHS England reports 631 new Covid deaths in hospitals – up 123 on same figure a week ago By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline Published: 14:14 GMT, 17 January 2021 | Updated: 14:16 GMT, 17 January 2021 NHS England has reported another 631 new coronavirus deaths today, up 123 from last week. Share or comment on … Read more NHS England reports 631 new Covid deaths in hospitals – up 123 on same figure a week ago 

NHS England boss Sir Simon Stevens says person admitted to hospital every 30 seconds with Covid

‘Every 30 seconds across England, another patient is being admitted to hospital with coronavirus’: NHS England boss Sir Simon Stevens says there are enough new cases to fill a whole hospital every morning and a quarter of patients are under 55 Sir Simon Stevens revealed hospitals are filling up in England since Christmas   The NHS … Read more NHS England boss Sir Simon Stevens says person admitted to hospital every 30 seconds with Covid

Exploring the most beautiful estuaries in England, from Norfolk to Cornwall

I love the sea. I love rivers. The point at which the two come together, an estuary, leaves me inexplicably excited. Between the ebbs and flows of the tides, estuaries hold secrets – some a bit murky, but all the more fascinating for it – and some of Britain’s most potent history. The Wash, the … Read more Exploring the most beautiful estuaries in England, from Norfolk to Cornwall

NHS asks hospitals across England to open more intensive care beds

Hospitals across England are being told to open hundreds more intensive care beds so they can take in non-Covid patients from hotspot areas, it has emerged.  A letter sent by NHS England bosses to dozens of trusts has ordered them to open the emergency capacity by tomorrow in a bid to take pressure off the worst-hit … Read more NHS asks hospitals across England to open more intensive care beds

The BARMIEST of the Barmy Army! England cricket fan belts out ‘Jerusalem’ on Galle’s iconic fort

The BARMIEST of the Barmy Army! England cricket fan belts out ‘Jerusalem’ on Galle’s iconic fort as he watches first Test after travelling to Sri Lanka last MARCH to watch series then never leaving during the pandemic England fan Rob Lewis travelled to Sri Lanka 10 months ago to watch the cricket But after the … Read more The BARMIEST of the Barmy Army! England cricket fan belts out ‘Jerusalem’ on Galle’s iconic fort

Inside George and Joanna Burgess’ idyllic Barbados getaway as they escape Covid-stricken England

Romantic date nights, walks on the beach and chasing sunsets: Inside George and Joanna Burgess’ idyllic Barbados getaway as they escape Covid-stricken England for a second time By Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia Published: 22:54 GMT, 13 January 2021 | Updated: 23:05 GMT, 13 January 2021 Rugby league player George Burgess and his wife, … Read more Inside George and Joanna Burgess’ idyllic Barbados getaway as they escape Covid-stricken England

Grieving widow’s plans to be buried with her late husband are thwarted by the Church of England

Grieving widow’s plans to be buried with her late husband are thwarted after her request to exhume and cremate his body is refused for going against Church philosophy Susan Richardson arranged for her husband to be buried in Sunderland in 2018  After her cancer diagnosis she made plans to move to Northamptonshire Mrs Richardson sought … Read more Grieving widow’s plans to be buried with her late husband are thwarted by the Church of England

More than 600,000 people died in England and Wales in 2020

More people have died over the past 12 months than in any year for more than a century, figures showed yesterday. There were 608,002 deaths in England and Wales last year, the highest annual total since 1918, a year that saw the Spanish flu pandemic. Deaths in the year of Covid even outnumbered those of 1940, … Read more More than 600,000 people died in England and Wales in 2020

Coronavirus: Did England pass its peak BEFORE lockdown?

England’s coronavirus outbreak could have started to slow down before the national lockdown started on January 4, data suggest as infection numbers appeared to peak in the worst-hit regions at the start of the year. The tide appears to have turned in parts of the country experiencing the worst outbreaks – London, the South East … Read more Coronavirus: Did England pass its peak BEFORE lockdown?

Why CAN’T England offer Covid vaccinations round the clock?

Britain dished out another 165,000 Covid vaccines yesterday, according to official figures that come amid mounting pressure on No10 to adopt a 24/7 roll-out.  With the successful roll-out of a jab the Government’s only hope of ever easing the endless cycle of lockdowns, pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to pull out all the stops … Read more Why CAN’T England offer Covid vaccinations round the clock?