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All your Easter food for £21: How an Aldi leg of lamb, Asda hot cross buns and a Sainsbury's chocolate egg...

Brexit may have pushed up food prices since the referendum vote last June but the cost of your Easter grocery bill will be cheaper than last year. The prices of common Easter items such as a leg of lamb, chocolate eggs and traditional vegetables have all

yesterday, 16:02 in Business
 

New £1 coin is guarded by the QUEEN: Secret security codes embedded in the monarch’s face on the new...

The Queen's face on the new £1 features a high security measure which makes it 'impossible' to forge. Billed by the Royal Mint as the 'most secure coin in the world', the coin has a hidden code embedded on its surface to beat the forgers. It can reported

yesterday, 16:02 in Business
 

Leicester v Stoke: Win tickets to the Premier League match - courtesy of Carling

MailOnline has teamed up with Carling, the Official Beer and Cider of the Premier League, to give you the chance to win four tickets to watch Leicester v Stoke  on Saturday, April 1. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question

yesterday, 15:44 in Sport
 

Manchester United v Everton - win tickets to the Premier League match, courtesy of EA SPORTS

MailOnline Sport has teamed up with EA SPORTS, the Lead Partner of the Premier League, to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to Manchester United v Everton on Tuesday, April 4. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following que

yesterday, 15:44 in Sport
 

Holland drop to their lowest ever place in the FIFA rankings after defeats by Bulgaria and Italy... as...

Holland’s dismal run of results is set to see them drop to their lowest ever world ranking when the new table is published next month. Holland sacked manager Danny Blind following the 2-0 defeat in Bulgaria last week and then lost 2-1 at home against Ita

yesterday, 15:44 in Sport
 

NHS 'weekend effect' IS real: Patients with broken hips are 10% more likely to DIE if they have surgery on...

Elderly patients with fractured hips who undergo surgery on Sundays are more likely to die, a major study suggests. Those who undergo the operation, deemed a medical emergency, have a 10 per cent increased risk of death in the month that follows. Experts

yesterday, 15:41 in Health
 

Toddler has his finger sewed to his stomach to prevent infection after a horse severed half of it (all...

Doctors have attached a toddler’s finger to his stomach after half of it was bitten clean off by a horse he was trying to feed. The unnamed Taiwanese one-year-old was lifted over the barriers to give hay to one of the animals at a ranch by his mother - i

yesterday, 15:41 in Health
 

Russian hooligans brawl in organised fight in woods just hours after Moscow derby between CSKA and Spartak

Shocking footage has emerged of Russian hooligans taking part in an organised fight in the woods. Hooligans gathered on a field following the Moscow derby between CSKA and Spartak for a gigantic brawl. And the footage will only add to fears ahead of the

yesterday, 15:26 in Sport
 

Real Madrid target Eden Hazard insists his children are 'very settled in London'… so, is that a hint he'll...

Amid talk of a multi-million pound deal to move to the Spanish capital Eden Hazard might have just dropped a subtle hint that he is quite happy in west London. Chelsea are set to open talks over a new deal with the Belgian this summer amid interest from

yesterday, 15:26 in Sport
 

Would you pay $40,000 for a bicycle? Luxury car brand Bugatti announces the arrival of the world's lightest...

The luxury manufacturer behind the world's fastest car has now created the world's lightest bike.  The bike is made of 95 per cent reinforced carbon and weighs just 5kg (11 pounds), making it the world's lightest bicycle. But the elite sports vehicle wil

yesterday, 15:18 in Science &Technology
 

Inside the BLOOD BREWERY: Incredible stem cell technique could help boost transfusion supplies

Each year, over 300,000 babies are born worldwide with genetic blood disorders, including sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemias. But despite this significant proportion of the population, there is a serious lack of blood donations needed for transfusions

yesterday, 15:18 in Science &Technology
 

Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez has no intention of leaving for West Ham, but could be tempted by London...

Rafa Benitez has no intention of quitting Newcastle United for West Ham - but still respects the East London club for how they handled his 11th-hour defection to Real Madrid two years ago. Indeed, were the Magpies to fail in their bid for promotion back

yesterday, 14:58 in Sport
 

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil refuses to rule out return to the Bundesliga amid fears he may leave the Emirates

Mesut Ozil has refused to move a return to the Bundesliga as his contract talks with Arsenal are put on hold. The Germany international has not signed a contract at the Emirates Stadium worth in excess of £200,000 a week and has less than 15 months left

yesterday, 14:58 in Sport
 

Daryl Horgan aims for a place in the Republic of Ireland's World Cup party after debut caps stunning 18 months

Daryl Horgan is hoping a dream 18 months is only going to get better as he attempts to muscle his way into the Republic of Ireland's World Cup party. The 24-year-old was handed a senior international debut as a substitute in Tuesday night's 1-0 friendly

yesterday, 14:58 in Sport
 

Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic hits out at Croatian FA supremo Davor Suker over Marko Pjaca injury: 'The...

Ivan Perisic criticised the head of the Croatian FA Davor Suker for picking 'lesser rivals' as opponents after his team mate Marko Pjaca suffered a season-ending knee injury in Tuesday's 3-0 friendly defeat in Estonia. Juventus forward Pjaca returned to

yesterday, 14:58 in Sport
 


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