Moderna boss says his firm is on track to make sure Britain gets all 17million doses

Moderna boss says his firm is on track to make sure Britain gets all 17million doses of its Covid vaccine by the end of the year Dan Staner said the company was on track to deliver all doses by the end of 2021 UK has ordered 17million from the company – enough to inoculate 8.5million … Read more

Georgian manor house once owned by Henry VIII’s brother goes on market for £1.7million 

Fit for royalty! Georgian manor house once owned by Henry VIII’s brother Arthur Prince of Wales goes on market for £1.7million Kateshill House was originally part of Tickenhill Manor home of Henry VII’s eldest son Arthur Prince of Wales The Grade II property is currently run as an award-winning B&B with a chestnut tree at … Read more

Georgian manor house once owned by Henry VIII’s brother goes on market for £1.7million 

Fit for royalty! Georgian manor house once owned by Henry VIII’s brother Arthur Prince of Wales goes on market for £1.7million Kateshill House was originally part of Tickenhill Manor home of Henry VII’s eldest son Arthur Prince of Wales The Grade II property is currently run as an award-winning B&B with a chestnut tree at … Read more

Company secretary, 45, is jailed for five years for stealing £1.7million from her employer

Company secretary, 45, with horse-buying habit that she found ‘more addictive than drugs’ is jailed for five years for stealing £1.7million from her employer Lisa Crawshaw ‘destroyed’ a business when she took cash to buy several horses  Business discovered the theft when it began receiving debt collection letters   Crawshaw was jailed for five years for … Read more

Fast-talking £1.7million KPMG chairman from Australia

The KPMG boss forced out by ‘woke’ staff upset by his straight-talking online seminar is a self-made ‘red-blooded’ Australian who was branded the ‘Donald Trump’ candidate before getting the £1.7million-a-year top job, MailOnline can reveal today. Melbourne-born Bill Michael, 52, told consultants asking him about pay, pension and bonus cuts to cease ‘playing the role of … Read more

Fast-talking £1.7million KPMG chairman from Australia

The KPMG boss forced out by ‘woke’ staff upset by his straight-talking online seminar is a self-made ‘red-blooded’ Australian who was branded the ‘Donald Trump’ candidate before getting the £1.7million-a-year top job, MailOnline can reveal today. Melbourne-born Bill Michael, 52, told consultants asking him about pay, pension and bonus cuts to cease ‘playing the role of … Read more

NHS Covid app has alerted 1.7million people to tell them to isolate since it was launched

One in 13 Britons using the NHS Covid-19 app have been sent an alert telling them they have been exposed to the virus and must self-isolate. Department of Health bosses revealed today the application had pushed alerts to 1.7million of its users since it launched in September.   A total of 21.6million people in England and … Read more

Stunning 13th century home with its own river and private fishing rights on sale for £1.7million

A remote woodland estate on the edge of Dartmoor National Park and has its own private stretch of river has gone the market for £1.75m.  Ludbrook is hidden away in a secluded valley and the 67-acre estate sits on the banks of the River Tavy on the border with Devon in south west England. The property … Read more

How 17MILLION people living in England have seen their Covid outbreaks shrink for a fortnight

Around 17million people living in parts of England that have seen their coronavirus outbreaks shrink for at least two weeks in a row will be plunged into the toughest tiers next week when the country’s lockdown finally ends, MailOnline’s analysis has revealed. As many as a third of England’s authorities – 51 out of 149 … Read more

Danish farmers demand end to cull of 17million minks over coronavirus outbreak

Danish farmers have demanded the end to a cull of 17 million minks over a coronavirus outbreak after no new cases of people infected with a mutant strain of the virus have been recorded.  A large group of farmers took to the road in their tractors to take part in the demonstration against the cull, … Read more