“He is fascinated by how the natural world works and is keen to share that with everyone. As the issues facing our planet have become more serious, David is equally determined to share with people how protecting the natural world is vital for every one of us.
“There is something that you can do in your life right now, today, to make a difference in the life of somebody else’s. To extend yourself in kindness, to anybody, is an extension of kindness in the world.” – Oprah Through her Oprah Winfrey Foundation, she has donated millions of dollars to organisations such as […]
One wrote: “I wish they had made diana and charles the same height in the crown like they really were despite them always posed to make him look taller. Not that they need another scene to make her feel figuratively OR literally small. Oof. This season is gonna be rough to watch.”
I think that he feels ‘out of it’, but you are when you’re over 70. Accept it and be gracious. The pantheon has changed: be grateful that you were part of any pantheon at all. But the wicked old, talented thing has not come to terms with that, so he sits, glass in hand, alone […]
“Christmas probably starts in about November and goes through to January – I go big on Christmas, Big on family, lights, food. We probably put on about 2 stone over Christmas,” she says. “Our favourite Christmas movie is Elf, with Will Farrell, it’s hilarious… My favourite song is Fairytale of New York, it makes me […]
76: Hushed up, the taxpayer’s £350,000 legal aid bill for arson couple who killed six of their own children in fire at their home: Daily Mail
Maurice Frankel, the director of the Campaign for Freedom of Information, said: “The FoI Act exists to help hold government to account, improve the public’s understanding of what it does, to show whether policies are working and identify where public services need to be improved.
Writing to the Society of Editors, which is running a campaign against what it says is an attempt to water down the public’s access to information, Watson said the party is setting up a group to make recommendations about how the act could be improved to lead to greater transparency.
“There are nine of us,” Hurley explained. “I have my whole family here, including my mother, an aunt and a friend who has severe respiratory problems. I am completely paranoid that I won’t be able to keep them safe and I haven’t let anyone leave the house apart from me. I just nip out to […]
The former cabinet minister Karen Bradley is leading a rebellion against the ending of the hybrid Commons proceedings. Bradley, now the chair of the powerful procedure committee, has put forward amendments that would allow those MPs unable to travel to Westminster to keep participating in debates via video link and to vote remotely.