Nurse begs families not to meet at Xmas to help desperate battle against Covid

A coronavirus nurse has begged families not to meet up over Christmas as she battles to save the lives of patients who "are no longer taking masking and social distancing seriously". Molly-Elizabeth Francis, originally from Dublin, Ireland, admitted to crying at work for the first time since beginning nursing a year ago with admissions now as bad as in March. […]

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VW Plans Entry-Level ID Electric Models

The VW ID.4 will be the first of Volkswagen’s new electric sub-brand’s vehicles to land stateside, but it’s by no means the only one scheduled to receive a wide release. Volkswagen began sales of the smaller ID.3 hatchback, about the size of the VW Golf, weeks prior to the start of ID.4 production in Europe, but it’s not likely to […]

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Tesla Model Y Vs Toyota RAV4 Prime Detailed Comparison

Let’s take a first look at precisely how these two “electric” crossovers stack up. Is the Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) a worthy contender with the Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD? Kyle Conner provides us with an in-depth interior and exterior walkaround comparison of the Toyota RAV4 Prime SE and the Tesla Model Y Performance (but […]

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PSA to electrify compact van line-up from next year

The Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo will benefit from a 134bhp pure-electric drivetrain by the end of 2021 PSA has confirmed that the Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo and Vauxhall Combo will all receive pure-electric derivatives before 2021 draws to a close. The decision forms part of the French firm’s pledge to offer a fully electrified portfolio within the […]

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The airport that came in from the cold – and then went out again

It didn’t happen in 2011, 2012 nor in any year up to and including 2019. But in 2020, Berlin Brandenburg airport finally opened after a construction performance of implausible incompetence. I paid £57 for the privilege of being on the first flight: easyJet’s departure to Gatwick, just six hours into November. Yet even before the end of the month, the […]

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What is DoorDash’s “Denver fee” charge on delivery food?

Denver diners who order restaurant food via third-party delivery apps might notice an extra charge tacked on to their next dinner order. DoorDash recently implemented a $2 “Denver Fee” to make up for revenue lost in the pandemic as a result of the city’s imposed commission caps. The fee follows Denver City Council’s decision in October to place a 15% […]

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VW T-Roc R Surprises Against Porsche Cayenne, AMG GLE 53 In Drag Race

Can the underpowered VW surpass its more powerful competitors? It seems as if nearly every automaker is offering at least one high-performance SUV. Porsche pioneered the segment, but Mercedes, BMW, and others, including Volkswagen, have followed, combining blistering performance with practicality. Not every sporty sport utility vehicle is equal, though, as pitting a VW T-Roc R against the Mercedes-AMG GLE […]

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MINI urges drivers to ‘be prepared’ and avoid breaking common laws this winter

Car hack: De-ice windscreen with unusual trick With the drop in temperatures, up to 62 percent of road users may be prepared for winter breakdowns. According to NFU Mutual and the RAC, drivers were more likely to carry an umbrella than basic safety equipment. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, MINI has revealed their top tips for dealing with slippery road conditions and […]

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Lab-grown meat made without killing any animals to go on sale for first time

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox Lab-grown meat made without killing any animals will go on sale for the first time. Singapore’s authorities have authorised the chicken meat, which is produced in bioreactors and grown from animal muscle cells. US company Eat Just, which has produced the so-called […]

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