• Health
    Yahoo Life

    Woman who woke up from surgery with hair braided by doctor makes the case for more Black physicians: 'It can save lives'

    One woman’s tweet about her experience with a Black doctor went viral, increasing the call for more Black medical professionals. Yahoo Life spoke to both India Marshall and her surgeon, Dr. Jewel Greywoode.

  • Entertainment
    Evening Standard

    Woman wanted half of $100,000 donated to San Diego Starbucks barista after he refused to serve her without face mask

    A woman who refused to wear a mask at a Starbucks in San Diego wanted half of the money donated to the barista who refused to serve her.Lenin Gutierrez, 24, was working at a Starbucks in Clairemont when Amber Lynn Gilles entered the cafe without wearing a face mask.

  • Politics
    Evening Standard

    PMQs verdict: Keir Starmer's arc of questions exposed Boris Johnson... and left alarm bells clanging in the heads of Tory backbenchers

    There was a telling moment early in Prime Minister’s Question when Boris Johnson swivelled round to gee up his backbenchers and, instead of nodding agreement or waving their Order Papers in the time-honoured tradition, the Tories just kept very, very still.The PM was responding to a call from Sir Keir Starmer to punish airline BA for “rehiring” workers on worse conditions. Mr Johnson argued it was not possible to keep every job exactly the same after the coronavirus pandemic and exhorted the country to “build, build, build”.

  • News
    Entertainment news

    Susannah opens up about her 'divorce' from Trinny

    Susannah Constantine admits on Loose Women that she struggled

  • News
    The Independent

    Magaluf main strip shut down after drunken Brits cause havoc over weekend

    Magaluf‘s main tourist strip has been shut down after crowds of drunken Brits who appeared to ignore social distancing guidelines caused havoc over the weekend.Video shared widely online shows maskless crowds dancing outside bars and nightclubs in the Punta Ballena district, an area popular with British tourists looking to party.

  • Entertainment
    Hello!

    Dr Hilary Jones announces exit from Good Morning Britain

    If missing Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan for a few months wasn't bad enough, Charlotte Hawkins and Adil Ray have announced that Dr Hilary will also be taking a break from Good Morning Britain! We're going to miss him! READ: Piers Morgan concerns fans with 'major announcement' tweetDiscussing the medical expert's upcoming holiday on the breakfast show on Thursday, Adil said: "Where would we be without Dr Hilary? He's told me he's off next week. You can't leave next week." Charlotte added: "What? I don't know who allowed that to happen. It's very well deserved." Dr Hilary joked: "I've got to have a little break!" Dr Hilary is taking a break from the breakfast showLorraine Kelly is among those who have praised Dr Hilary's levelheadedness while delivering updates on coronavirus throughout the lockdown. Speaking in her column for HELLO!, she said: "If there’s one thing that makes me feel less anxious about what’s going on in the world, it’s the reassuring presence of Dr Hilary Jones. He’s so calm and well informed, and makes it easy for us to understand even the most complicated COVID-19 developments." READ: Robbie Williams' wife Ayda shares adorable clip of daughter Coco, 1, walking in heelsShe continued: "I see him every single day when I get into work, and although we are SO careful about social distancing, in my mind I always give him a virtual hug." Loading the player...Dr Hilary embarrassed by Ben Shephard and Charlotte HawkinsIt is the summer holidays for plenty of TV presenters at the moment, as Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will also be taking a long break from This Morning. The two presenters usually take breaks from the show during term holidays and the summer break, before returning in September. Holly and Phil's break means that Eamonn Holmes and his wife Ruth Langsford will be taking over presenting duties.

  • Health
    Evening Standard

    Sir Patrick Vallance says it’s 'absolutely' clear UK’s coronavirus outcome has not been good as he warns virus will likely be around ‘for a number of years’

    Chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance has admitted that the outcome of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK “has not been good”.Speaking to the Commons’ Science and Technology Committee on Thursday afternoon, Sir Patrick conceded some decisions made by the Government will “turn out not to have been the right decisions at the time.”