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Up to a million UK schoolchildren are struggling with lessons at home because they cannot work online. Now the Daily Mail is swinging into action for Mail Force.
Schools have been ordered to teach online - yet hundreds of thousands of pupils in the UK have no access to a computer at home. The Daily Mail has now launched a new drive to help out.
There were still a few minutes left of Donald Trump's troubled tenure as U.S. president, but his First Lady had had enough.
This week Bel advises a reader whose daughter is considering deserting her children.
From Longmeadow in Herefordshire, gardener Monty Don (pictured) explains how snow does very little harm to most garden plants and, in fact, acts as an insulating blanket against icy winds.
To mark the 56th birthday of socialite Lisa Tchenguiz, her boyfriend, the American private jet tycoon Steve Varsano, 64, thoughtfully organised a surprise online party in offices in Park Lane.
JANET STREET-PORTER: If one more person texts me the good news they've had a jab, I'll scream...
The Daily Mail's Teresa Levonian Cole visited the Italian island, which is also popular with the likes of the Clooneys and Elton John. She headed for Gallura, which she says is an 'unspoilt wilderness'.
There are those chomping at the bit to take to the skies, rails and roads - and others who baulk at the prospect of going beyond their newsagent. So where do you stand?
The £1.1million presidential Cadillac, with 5in-thick bulletproof windows, is not expected to make the trip to the G7 summit in Cornwall this June after fears it may get stuck down narrow roads.
Mad (and dangerous) idea number two: to give police access to our private health data as part of a crackdown on breaches of quarantine, writes STEPHEN GLOVER.
Sex scenes for movies and TV productions are usually filmed in a 'closed set' with limited crew present to protect the modesty of actors and actresses.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) has been the subject of a two-year investigation over fears it has become more radical.
When Joel Ashton spotted one of the endangered and seldom seen birds lying injured and exhausted in a road, it heralded the start of a touching rescue mission
Devon fish exporter Ian Perkes would ordinarily be keen on selling cuttlefish to sell in the EU, writes DAVID JONES. But thanks to French customs officials, he hasn't bought a single box.
DAVID BLUNKETT: Just imagine, for a moment, what it must be like to be a child in lockdown. Stuck indoors, unable to play with friends and banished from school for weeks and months on end.
DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: The Covid-19 vaccines are a modern-day miracle. It is a wonder such safe and effective vaccines were produced, tested and delivered in such record-breaking time.
Denise Van Outen, 47, - presenter, actor, star of the West End, all-round showgirl - signed up for Dancing On Ice to prove a point: that age should not be a barrier to release her inner Jayne Torvill.
GUY ADAMS: it may not boast any dreaming spires or belong to the Russell Group of leading universities, there was a time when Leicester University punched above the weight of its rivals.
BBC serial killer drama The Serpent has been taking viewers to such exotic locations. But they might be surprised to learn some scenes were filmed in rather less glamorous surroundings.