Indian variant threat to June freedom
■ All over-50s to get 2nd jab early ■ But Monday’s reopening still on
That’s what our haunting image is made from – just a fraction of the Covid victims YOU can help us honour
AREEMA NASREEN, 36, from Walsall. The mother of three died last April of Covid in the hospital where she was a nurse.
DRESSED in a black suit, a young father carefully cradles his baby daughter in his arms and walks over to his wife’s coffin so they can tenderly lay a flower on top together.
The Great British Menu judge and renowned restaurateur, 59, in the kitchen of his west London home
After 17 years on Silent Witness, Emilia Fox turns her hand to true crime in her new series. And as a mother, she tells Frances Hardy, the cases she’s trying to crack are heartbreaking
There’s something fishy going on in Whitstable – but restaurateur and amateur private eye Pearl Nolan is on the case in a delicious new series of whodunnits...
Our story on page 44 about Molly Hocking, who won the 2019 series of The Voice, really crystallises the price our young people are currently paying. After years of slogging it out, singing in small venues, honing her craft, learning - as a teenager - to take brutal rejection on the chin, finally success, fame and fortune looked imminent. And then along came 2020.
Most people I’ve spoken to have found the latest lockdown somewhat more manageable than the first. That’s not to say it’s been easy. In the time it has taken to write this sentence, approximately 250 parents will have raged at the difficulties of home schooling and 475 of us will have shouted ‘You’re on mute!’ in a work Zoom meeting. (That is an invented statistic: the real numbers are probably far higher.)
…Beating the January blues with Joanne Toolan’s punchy pastels