What the Sun newspaper did – aided and abetted by journalists Mike Ridley and Graeme Culliford (who put their bylines on the lifted stories) – is now the subject of a formal complaint.
According to The Times newspaper research by marketing agency found those who offered cash paid on average £800 per post – with one in eight paying more than £1000 for a single photo on a very influential Instagram site.
Do you have sex twice a week or twice a month? And does it matter to your relationship how often you make love? Work stops many of us having sex as regularly as we would like. Family life – such as babies and children get in the way of love making. And some couples are […]
Work life balance is more important than earning lots of money, finds study… Claims people earning less than £35,000 a year happier than those earning over £200,000… Many of us imagine earning more money will make our lives happier. But according to a recent survey, that isn’t necessarily so. In fact a study found that […]
Courtney Adamo deletes posts from her Instagram account after fans criticise her… It’s a familiar problem for all of us writing on social media – what do you do when trolls begin leaving unkind messages on your posts? Courtney Adamo seems to have come up with the perfect solution – recently, after receiving some unpleasant […]
I adore my cat. But Channel 5’s 41 Dogs in My three-bed semi follows three pet owners who are possibly more nuts over their animals than even I am… meet one woman who has 41 dogs, a man with 60 animals and a woman who’s spent £60K on her ‘dog babies’…
Oversharing? Is it time to stop posting so many personal photos of our children on sites such as Facebook and Instagram? Posting photos of our children on social media has become incredibly fashionable. Indeed I follow many very public profiles on Instagram where the focus is the children. And the information given by the parents […]
Sadly my father, the journalist Kingsley Squire, 78, was recently diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer. Here he talks about his experience and his treatment in the hope it will help others going through similar… BY KINGSLEY SQUIRE Latest update: Well, I’m still here, very much alive, getting on with my life and enjoying every […]
My online shopping at Asda and Waitrose – which I have been doing August 2003 – has turned into a real chore. Apart from seeing the price of my shopping rising every week, going on those websites has become a nightmare. But could I really go back to pushing a trolley around a supermarket myself to get a cheaper grocery bill? I tried out Aldi…