Mail On Sunday (1 January 2023)

I felt the boat's propeller hit me... I just can't believe I'm alive': British yoga instructor, 37, reveals how her husband's loving words helped her miraculously survive horror accident while on luxury diving trip in Mexico.

Amor Armitage, a British yoga instructor has miraculously survived horrific injuries caused by a boat propeller while on a luxury holiday in Mexico..

She was diving in the Caribbean with her husband Chase when she was struck by a boat propeller which caused her extensive injuries. She is recovering in hospital but needs £60,000 to pay her medical bills

Mail On Sunday (1 January 2023)

Need instant care? Try your local vet! Pets have more of a chance of getting treatment within hours than their owners booking same-day GP appointments, Mail on Sunday analysis finds.

It is easier to find instant veterinary care for pets than to book same-day GP appointments, analysis by The Mail on Sunday has revealed. In the worst-performing GP areas, there is a one in three chance of seeing a doctor the day you phone the surgery. But in all of them, we found that a cat can be treated by a vet within hours.

Figures produced by NHS Digital show that 15 Integrated Care Boards (ICBs), offered a 31.2 to 35.2 per cent chance of a same-day GP appointment.

Mail On Sunday (11 December 2022)

Now staff are given time off for birthdays and pet bereavement as woke workplaces cave in to Gen Z workers' demands

It used to be that the most employees could hope for on their birthday was a slice of cake in the office. But many Generation Z workers are demanding the day off – and woke workplaces are caving in.

The high street chain Timpson is leading the way – and is also offering pet bereavement leave and extra holidays for honeymooners.

Other British companies joining the trend include Virgin Media, Dunelm, Go Compare, KPMG, Click Travel and the legal firm Shoosmiths.

Mail On Sunday (11 December 2022)

Price of liquid penicillin to fight Strep A is hiked by FOUR TIMES as supplies run out... Worried parents scramble for pills they can crush up - but have to get a prescription from their doctor

Towns and cities across Britain are running out of antibiotics used to treat children with strep A amid accusations that drugs wholesalers are profiteering from the outbreak after increasing prices more than fourfold.

A Mail on Sunday survey of chemists from Truro to Glasgow yesterday found most had no or very low supplies of liquid penicillin. Pharmacies are now asking GPs for fresh prescriptions for tablets they can crush up.

Mail on Sunday (27 November 2022)

Boy, 15, convicted of running a 'county lines' drug-smuggling operation while living in care homes

A teenager living in care homes has been convicted of running a ‘county lines’ drugs network supplying heroin and cocaine worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Despite the 15-year-old supposedly being under ‘intense supervision’ – often by two dedicated carers at an estimated cost of up to £20,000 per week – he was able to bunk off school for 16 months as he sold drugs for a crime gang in Liverpool. Using his mobile phone, the boy, now aged 17, and who cannot be named for legal reasons, arranged drug deliveries around the country and even sent special offers to regular customers while waiting outside court for a hearing.

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