BBC Radio DJ branded the ‘Jimmy Savile of trolling’ guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and other stars

BBC Radio DJ branded the ‘Jimmy Savile of trolling’ guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and other stars

A BBC Radio DJ branded the ‘Jimmy Savile of trolling’ has been found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and other stars by unleashing a ‘tsunami of hate’ over the course of nine years. Alex Belfield was accused of subjecting  BBC presenter Vine to 11 months of ‘personal and unpleasant attacks’ on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. … Read more

Liz Truss plans September budget if she wins power to unleash the “full advantage” of Brexit

Liz Truss plans September budget if she wins power to unleash the “full advantage” of Brexit

Liz Truss could bring in a sweeping round of tax cuts before the end of September as she insists a full-blown recession is not ‘inevitable’. The favourite to become the new Tory leader and prime minister is believed to have earmarked September 21  – two weeks after taking power – for her chancellor to hold … Read more

Kim Kardashian models ex Kanye West’s brand YEEZY with their daughters North and Chicago

Kim Kardashian models ex Kanye West’s brand YEEZY with their daughters North and Chicago

Kim Kardashian modeled her ex-husband Kanye West’s brand YEEZY on Instagram this week – with the help of their daughters North, nine, and Chicago, four. The erstwhile couple split up last year and recently carried on a lively feud in public, but evidently they have now managed to bury the hatchet. And in a string … Read more

Is Britain’s buy-to-let bubble about to burst? Rising mortgage payments could push landlords to sell

Is Britain’s buy-to-let bubble about to burst? Rising mortgage payments could push landlords to sell

Britain’s buy-to-let bubble could be about to bust due to a perfect storm of rising interest rates, cost of living pressures and the possibility of falling property prices, experts have today told MailOnline. Rising borrowing costs sparked by rising interest rates are thought be putting landlords – particularly those with smaller portfolios – off the … Read more