SARAH VINE: Real men like Prince Philip are rare these days because the modern world despises them 

A few days after the death of King George VI in February 1952, Earl Jowitt, the Lord Chancellor under Clement Attlee, addressed the House of Lords in a message of condolence to the new Queen Elizabeth II. ‘It is, I fear, inevitable that the life of the Sovereign must be in some sense a lonely … Read more

Two men appear in court over Belfast riots after police were pelted with stones

Two men charged in connection with riots in Northern Ireland were today denied bail on grounds that they could re-offend – as police were pelted with stones and missiles on an eighth night of violence.  Matthew Shaw, 32, and Jonathan Maitland, 25, both from Belfast, appeared before Belfast Magistrates’ Court, having been arrested following the … Read more

Two men outside Buckingham Palace prepare to pop Prosecco to ‘celebrate’ death of Prince Philip 

Moment two men are caught outside Buckingham Palace preparing to pop open bottle of Prosecco to ‘celebrate’ death of Prince Philip Queen Elizabeth announced the Duke of Edinburgh’s death earlier today Members of the public had gathered outside Buckingham Palace to pay respects But were shocked to see men ‘celebrating’ by posing with bottles of … Read more

‘Manly’ men make better DADS, study claims 

‘Manly’ men make better DADS: Masculine traits including competitiveness and adventurousness are linked to stronger parenting skills, study claims Men completed questionnaires when their partners were in their 3rd trimester Their parenting skills were then assessed when the baby was nine months old Typically masculine skills were linked to better parenting skills However, those who … Read more

Black women are up to four times more likely to die of COVID-19 compared to white men

Two new studies have revealed the impact the coronavirus pandemic had on death rates in certain U.S. communities and during its early days. In one study, researchers from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health found that black women died of COVID-19 at far higher rates in Georgia and Michigan than white men did. Another … Read more

Man arrested after one of UK’s richest men, 83, was stabbed to death at his £2m Dorset mansion

One of Britain’s richest men has been found stabbed to death in his country mansion, it was revealed today. Hotelier Sir Richard Lexington Sutton, 83, was attacked inside his £2million home in north Dorset, last night. The Baronet – whose family wealth dates back to the Norman conquest and whose property empire is larger than … Read more

One of UK’s richest men, 83, is stabbed to death at his £2m Dorset country mansion

One of Britain’s richest men has been found stabbed to death in his country mansion, it was revealed today. Hotelier Sir Richard Lexington Sutton, 83, was attacked inside his £2million home in north Dorset, last night. A woman, believed to be his wife, also suffered knife injuries in the attack at the home, named Moorhill. … Read more

Male FIFO workers take up Botox – or ‘Brotox’ – as cosmetic procedures for men skyrocket

More men are getting Botox – or ‘brotox’ – than ever before, leading cosmetic clinicians have revealed.  Perth cosmetic physician Dr Andrew Clark said he is seeing hoards of FIFO workers coming to his clinic for cosmetic procedures like Botox, dermal filler and laser facials to repair damage done at work.  Meanwhile, cosmetologist to the … Read more

Female nudists demand security measures on Brighton naturist beach after men caught taking photos

Female nudists are appealing for action to be taken to protect people on a naturist beach in Brighton from inappropriate behaviour by men. Women who use Brighton nudist beach, in Kemp Town, say the area is male-dominated and should be a safe and inclusive space following reports of voyeurism and inappropriate behaviour.  They claim that … Read more

Two men stranded on Pacific island for 15 months in 1965 tell how they survived

Two men who were stranded on a deserted island in the Pacific Ocean for 15 months in the 1960s have come forward to share their stunning story of survival more than 50 years later.  Mano Totau and Sione Fataua were teenagers studying at a boarding school in the island nation of Tonga when they and … Read more