Care home residents are being offered NHS consultations by Skype in a bid to cut needless hospital visits. The pilot scheme, which also means staff can get medical advice quickly, has been linked to a
Budapest, 1999, and Hungarians couldn’t get enough of Pringles. The American crisp brand had become a roaring success across the former Soviet bloc. And this was something that made József Váradi, then
Two people arrested after two teenage boys died in Sheffield have been charged. The 13-year-old and 14-year-old were among six children rushed to hospital following a "major incident" at a house in the
We are in our late 50s and are fortunate enough to have a holiday home in Devon. We enjoy being there on our own, but my darling god-daughter’s parents keep suggesting that she comes to stay with her They
Noah's Ark may have survived an epic flood, unfortunately the owners of a replica in Williamstown, Kentucky appear to have been less fortunate. Ark Encounter is accusing its insurers and underwriters acting
The Classic and Performance Car Spectacular at Tatton Park in Cheshire this weekend promises more than 2,000 historic vehicles from all eras and from all over the world - and as if that weren’t enough,
My wife’s favourite places tend to be hip and modern, clean and tidy. Places like Japan, for instance, or Norway. By the time I had this revelation we were already in a taxi from the airport to the hotel,
Climate change may not be going away, but going peat-free in the garden is a step in the right direction
So the Committee on Climate Change has spoken. And what they say is that we can achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050, but we need to make a few changes in our lives. Some are simple, and will make us
Travel companies may be profiting when a customer has to cancel a holiday as most firms do not offer refunds even if the package is sold on to another customer, Telegraph Money has learned. Many travel
Theresa May has announced she will step down as Prime Minister on June 7, triggering a Conservative leadership race, and raising the possibility of an early a general election. A snap election could rearrange
Next Prime Minister odds: Boris Johnson current favourite in the Conservative Party leadership election
With Theresa May's resignation as Prime Minister confirmed, attention will now move swiftly on to the crowd of Tories jostling to succeed her. Several Conservative politicians are said to be "on manoeuvres"
Theresa May has formally announced her resignation as Prime Minister, firing the starting gun in the race to replace her. A number of party heavyweights had already begun jostling for position in anticipation
With the public having voted in the European Parliament elections on Thursday, the last polls (taken before voting day) show that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party was likely to gain the most votes in the UK.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ body has been through more than most, so how does he keep fit, asks Mark Bailey "You have got to be fit enough not to make a fool of yourself,” declares Sir Ranulph Fiennes, with
The breakfast table in the Linsey family home is strewn with hundreds of pictures from the last three decades. Matthew Linsey and his son, David, are quietly flicking through photographs of the family
Germany's government commissioner on anti-Semitism has warned Jews about the potential dangers of wearing the traditional kippah cap in the face of rising anti-Jewish attacks. "I cannot advise Jews to
Kevin Na bounced back from a double-bogey on the back nine to grab a two-stroke lead after three rounds of the PGA Tour's Charles Schwab Challenge on Saturday, while Jordan Spieth's deft touch on the saw
Monaco Grand Prix 2019: What time does the race start, what TV channel is it on and what are the latest odds?
The 2019 Monaco Grand Prix, the sixth round of the 2019 Formula One season at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo. Sky Sports F1 have exclusive coverage rights in the UK this year and indeed for the few.
Although the proliferation of Crown Courts around Britain in the past few decades has rather stolen its thunder, for most of the last century all the juiciest trials were held at the Old Bailey (as the
Thomas Cook launches last-ditch survival plan that would see it turn into a holiday comparison website
Thomas Cook is attempting to woo long-suffering investors with a radical plan to transform itself into an online holiday market place. The embattled travel agent, which has put its airline on the market
For 2½ hours in New York earlier this year, tennis was given a glimpse – a terrifying one, depending on your viewpoint – into the future. In a contest that featured no breaks of serve, three tiebreaks
‘Scunthorpe will be dead if we don’t get a buyer,” says Paul Coggon, who has spent 34 years working at the British Steel plant that has dominated the town’s economy for decades. “It’s not just the people
Here's everything you need to know about the European election vote, when we will get the results, and whether the UK MEPs will even get to sit in the European Parliament. The polls took place in the on
KC Weingart’s family has been rearing cattle on Montana’s Great Plains since 1913, when his grandfather Tony arrived with the first homesteaders. Mr Weingart, his wife Terri and their two children still
With the collapse of Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement, and now her premiership to boot, the odds on a no-deal Brexit are judged to have significantly narrowed, or that at least is how markets see it.
The politics of small things can be powerful, but it was yet another thing that Theresa May got wrong
It is fitting that one of last messages to be issued from the Prime Minister’s official Twitter account before she announced her resignation was, quite literally, clutching at straws. “How many plastic