Sir Richard Sutton’s stepson, 34, is charged with murder after hotelier was found stabbed to death

The stepson of Sir Richard Sutton has been charged with murder after the multi-millionaire hotelier was found stabbed to death at his £2million mansion.  Dorset Police said Sir Richard Sutton, who owned a string of top hotels in London, died on Wednesday during an incident at a property near Gillingham. A woman in her 60s, … Read more

Sir Keir Starmer ‘flouts Royal protocol’ to rush out tribute before Boris Johnson

Sir Keir Starmer ‘flouts Royal protocol’ to rush out his tribute to Prince Philip 11 minutes before Boris Johnson Labour leader put out statement just 17 minutes after Palace announced death Government insider says order of the condolences had irritated Royal officials  They said that the Palace wanted the Prime Minister to speak before Sir Keir By … Read more

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Sir Mick Jagger’s girlfriend ‘joins him in the Med’ (while UK tourists must wait)

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Sir Mick Jagger’s girlfriend Melanie Hamrick ‘joins him in the Mediterranean’ (while British tourists must wait) By Richard Eden for The Daily Mail Published: 22:24 BST, 9 April 2021 | Updated: 22:58 BST, 9 April 2021 While we must wait to sun ourselves in the Mediterranean, Sir Mick Jagger is already there. And … Read more

Sir Philip Green handed £50m after warehouse sale

Sir Philip Green handed £50m after the huge warehouse that served his fallen Arcadia empire sells By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 BST, 9 April 2021 | Updated: 22:48 BST, 9 April 2021 Sir Philip Green will be handed £50m after the huge warehouse that served his fallen Arcadia empire was sold.  … Read more

Pictured: Sir Richard Sutton’s stepson, 34, who has been arrested on suspicion of his murder

The stepson of millionaire hotelier Sir Richard Sutton has been arrested on suspicion of his murder. Thomas Schreiber, 34, was detained by armed police on Wednesday night in Chiswick, West London, after Sir Richard, 83, was killed at his north Dorset home. Sir Richard’s wife and Schreiber’s mother Anne, 65, had been wounded during the … Read more

Vandals destroy Captain Sir Tom Moore plaque and trash flowers at Covid memorial

Vandals destroy Captain Sir Tom Moore plaque and trash flowers at Covid memorial as locals slam ‘thoughtless’ yobs behind ‘disgusting’ attack Vandals have ripped out flowers from a wreath placed at a coronavirus memorial A plaque honouring Captain Sir Tom Moore was also damaged in Stoke-on-Trent Local residents have hit out at the ‘thoughtless’ vandals … Read more

Sir Keir Starmer says Labour must be ready for an election within TWO YEARS

Sir Keir Starmer today warned Labour to prepare for an election in as little as two years – as he said he was looking forward to ‘taking the mask off’ after his first year in charge under Covid.  Sir Keir, who marks the first anniversary of his election as party leader today, said the party’s … Read more

New blow for Sir Keir Starmer as 60% of Labour Party members think he should campaign to rejoin EU

New blow for Sir Keir Starmer as 60% of Labour Party members think he should campaign to rejoin EU despite his desire to move on from Brexit YouGov survey found 59 per cent thought Labour should campaign to rejoin EU Sir Keir enraged pro-Brexit colleagues by leading calls for a second referendum Poll comes as … Read more

Saturday Night Takeaway: Sir Mo Farah squeals as Ant and Dec force him to lie down in an ICE BATH

Sir Mo Farah is in for a shock as he takes part in Get Out Of Me Ear in Ant and Dec‘s Saturday Night Takeaway.  In scenes set to air on Saturday’s series finale, the Olympian is instructed to lie down in an ice bath while giving a tour of his bathroom to unbeknownst guests.  … Read more

Vaccine passports are un-British says Sir Keir Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer said demanding vaccine passports for entering pubs or sporting events would go against the ‘British instinct’. The Labour leader indicated that there could be public opposition to the scheme if death rates are near zero and hospital admissions are very low.   Boris Johnson last week suggested pubs and other venues could require customers … Read more