Liz Truss plans to cut taxes further in the new year

Those familiar with discussions say the Treasury believes lifting lifelong benefits on pension pots could encourage doctors, police officers and well-paid nurses to stay in work. Under the current system, savers are forced to pay 55 percent tax on pension pots worth more than £1 million, leading many to retire instead in the belief that … Read more

Prince Harry feels his days as a relevant member of the royal family are numbered, a source says

Prince Harry has had a long-standing fear that time will run out once… Prince George turns 18, and he’s also afraid of becoming irrelevant and suffering the same fate as… Prince Andrew. Prince George turns 18 eventually The source claims that “He had this thing that he had an expiration date. He was fixated [on] … Read more

‘Miracle’ herpes treatment destroys tumors in terminally ill cancer patients

“I received injections every two weeks for five weeks that completely eradicated my cancer. “I have been cancer free for two years now, it is a true miracle, there is no other word to describe it. I’ve been able to work as a contractor again and spend time with my family, there’s nothing I can’t … Read more

Why You May Have High Blood Pressure But Don’t Even Know It?

Middle-aged people can suffer from high blood pressure without realizing it because their hypertension only occurs at night, scientists have found. A new study from the University of Oxford found that one in eight people aged 40 to 75 had high blood pressure at night that would never be noticed during a normal daytime screening. … Read more

King Charles plans low-profile, low-carbon coronation

The same source added: “The King, as well as his religious and state advisers, will be very much aware that the coronation will come after a very difficult winter for people and they will not want the event to conflict with the mood of the nation. “The king is naturally quite a frugal person whenever … Read more

Families to get help with health care costs as Liz Truss weighs big tax cuts

Parents who step back from work to care for older loved ones or children will get a new tax break under a change expected to be unveiled by Liz Truss before Christmas. The move is just one of six major tax cuts the prime minister is considering to kick-start the economy and avoid the recession … Read more

How to watch the Queen’s funeral?

What time is the funeral on TV? The service starts at 6:30 am and the service at Westminster Abbey takes place at 11:00 am. A second service will be held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, which will also be televised. Who presents the funeral coverage on TV? The BBC’s television coverage will be led … Read more

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How long will the funeral last? The funeral will take place from 11 a.m. to 11:55 a.m., after which the Last Post will be played, followed by a two-minute silence. The Queen’s casket will then return to the carriage and will leave the Abbey at 12.15pm and continue on to Whitehall, led by Royal Canadian … Read more

Visitors boost London’s economy after Queen’s death and coronation of King Charles III

Royal fans have poured into the heart of London to experience the flag-lined roads, pageantry-filled processions and, above all, brave a mile-long line for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II, who died after an unprecedented seven decades on the throne. Visitors pouring into central London for the historic moment from as … Read more

Cut bread and potatoes from your diet to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes

Cutting carbs like bread and potatoes to just 10 percent of your diet can keep people from developing type 2 diabetes, an expert has advised. Prof Joan Taylor, of De Montfort University, warned that most people were already on their way to developing diabetes by their thirties, but said simple changes in eating habits could … Read more