2 Daily Express Friday, August 23, 2019
Amsterdam Sunny 24C/75F
Brussels Sunny 26C/79F
Dublin Fair 21C/70F
Frankfurt Sunny 29C/84F
Geneva Sunny 26C/79F
Lisbon Sunny 34C/93F
Madrid Sunny 34C/93F
Paris Sunny 28C/82F
Rome Fair 29C/84F
Amsterdam Sunny 27C/81F
Brussels Sunny 29C/84F
Dublin Fair 20C/68F
Frankfurt Sunny 30C/86F
Geneva Sunny 28C/82F
Lisbon Sunny 31C/88F
Madrid Sunny 34C/93F
Paris Sunny 31C/88F
Rome Sunny 29C/84F
North West:Dry with spells of sunshine
coming through, especially after midday.
Light southerly winds. High 22C (72F).
East Anglia:Dry and fine with sunny
spells and variable cloud. Gentle south-
easterly winds. Warm. High 25C (77F).
Northern Ireland:Dry and mostly bright, with
cloudy periods and sunny spells. Moderate
south-westerly winds. High 21C (70F).
London/South East:Bright and dry with
patchy cloud and lengthy spells of
sunshine. Light winds. Hot. High 26C (79F).
Wales:Cloudy for a time this morning,
turning brighter by the afternoon. Light
southerly winds. High 23C (73F).
South:Dry with morning cloud breaking
up to give bright spells of hazy sunshine.
Light winds. High 25C (77F).
Midlands:Cloud initially, but dry with
sunny spells later, especially after midday.
Light winds. High 24C (75F).
South West:A dry and bright day with
spells of sunshine and patchy cloud. Gentle
easterly winds. High 24C (75F).
Channel Isles:A dry day with clear skies
and bright sunshine. Moderate north-
easterly winds. Warm. High 24C (75F).
Sea:North Sea: Moderate. Irish Sea:
Moderate. Channel: Slight.
Scotland:Rain clearing from northern
areas. Dry and bright elsewhere. Moderate
south-westerly winds. High 22C (72F).
UK OUTLOOK TOMORROW:Another widely fine day across England, Wales and southern
Scotland. Cloudier with some patchy rain for the rest of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
North East/Yorks:Dry and bright with
sunshine but also patchy cloud. Moderate
south-westerly winds. High 25C (77F).
Today Europe forecast Tomorrow
SIX-DAY FORECASTTemperatures in Centigrade
SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU
1629 1530 1628 1728 1627 1423
1320 1222 1320 1218 1118 11 17
1426 1427 1424 1524 1322 12 21
1526 1526 1422 1522 1321 1220
1321 1323 1320 1318 1218 12 17
1525 1427 1423 1423 1221 11 19
1323 1424 1222 1321 1120 1018
1425 1527 1526 1525 1426 1222
1522 1422 1521 1521 1320 12 19
Temperatures in Centigrade
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Warmest:Writtle 24C (75F)
Coldest:Aboyne 3C (37F)
Wettest:Capel Curig 1.91in.
Lighting-up times Glasgow 8.34pm-6.05am
MOONrises: 11.31pm, sets: 2.11pm
SUNrises London: 5.58am, sets: 8.07pm
Manchesterrises: 6.01am, sets: 8.20pm
Moon, sun and tides
London B’ge (7.04am), (7.22pm)
Liverpool (4.14am), (4.39pm)
Greenock (5.44am), (6.13pm)
Dover (3.58am), (4.25pm)
Aberdeen 7.7 0.03 10 19
Aberporth 1.1 0.02 14 18
Alnwick 4.6 0.01 13 18
Belfast 1.1 0.02 13 19
Birmingham5.4 0.00 13 22
B’mouth 11.8 0.00 6 21
Bristol 5.3 0.00 13 21
Cardiff 4.0 0.00 15 20
Durham 3.3 0.22 13 19
Edinburgh 5.8 0.06 11 18
Glasgow 4.7 0.10 9 17
Hull 0.8 0.02 15 21
Ipswich 12.0 0.00 10 24
Leeds 3.6 0.02 15 21
Lincoln 4.1 0.00 14 22
London 8.9 0.00 12 24
Manchester0.8 0.04 14 20
Oxford 5.5 0.00 12 22
S’hampton 11.0 0.00 12 23
St Andrews6.8 0.04 7 20
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by a third
A CHEAP pill containing four
different drugs could cut the risk of
heart attacks and strokes by a third,
a study has found.
The “polypill” includes two
commonly used blood pressure
lowering drugs, a cholesterol-busting
medicine and aspirin.
During a trial of 7,000 Iranian
patients aged 50 to 75, half were
given lifestyle advice on diet,
exercise and smoking.
The rest were given the same
advice, but also took the polypill
once a day.
After five years, 202 people in the
medicated group had suffered a heart
attack or stroke, compared with 301
in villages where only advice was
Overall, the pill cut risk by 34
Lead researcher Professor Reza
Malekzadeh, of Tehran University of
Medical Sciences in Iran, said: “The
idea of the polypill has always been
appealing, and now we know that a
fixed-dose polypill can achieve
clinical benefits in practice.
“But the polypill is not an
alternative to a healthy lifestyle and
should be combined with physical
activity, a healthy diet and smoking
The team of international
researchers also included Professor
Tom Marshall, from the University
He said: “Because they have most
to gain, the most efficient strategy
would be to offer the polypill to those
at highest risk of heart disease.”
in ‘sex arrest’
A BRITISH consulate officer based in
Hong Kong was seized and detained
in China for hiring prostitutes, it was
Trade and investment officer Simon
Cheng Man-kit, 28, below, vanished
on August 8 in Shenzhen while on a
business trip to the mainland.
Yesterday Beijing said he had been
given the maximum 15-day sentence
for violating public security
The state-backed Global Times
newspaper said Mr Cheng had been
detained for “solicitation of
Earlier this week Mr Cheng’s
girlfriend said he sent
her messages on his
way home, saying:
“Pray for me.”
A Foreign Office
“We continue to
By Hanna Geissler Health Reporter
By Richard Palmer
Green... Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
THE Duke and Duchess of
Cambridge took their children on a
£73 budget flight yesterday, amid
continuing controversy over Harry
and Meghan’s use of private jets.
Royal experts last night said that if
William and Kate had been trying to
embarrass the Duke and Duchess of
Sussex over their use of gas-guzzling
private jets, they could not have
done a better job.
The couple took a Flybe plane
from Norwich to Aberdeen to visit
the Queen at Balmoral.
Their decision prompted pointed
comparisons with the Sussexes, who
have faced widespread criticism for
taking four executive jets in 11 days
to holiday with their three-month-
old son, Archie.
Climate change campaigners
Harry and Meghan have been
accused of hypocrisy for hiring jets
- which would
dioxide – to
take them to
Ibiza and Sir
last night said
ated 10 per
cent of the carbon footprint of a
commercial passenger jet, like the
one the Cambridges used.
However, their plane would have
created one tenth of the pollution
caused by a private jet.
William and Kate took the 8.45am
flight with Prince George, six,
Princess Charlotte, four, and
16-month-old Prince Louis as well
as Kate’s mother Carole Middleton,
the children’s nanny, Maria Borrallo,
and police bodyguards.
Fellow passengers said the family
sat at the front of the plane and
many people did not notice who
they were until they disembarked.
William was seen carrying four
bags while Kate carried Louis. Even
George clutched his own backpack.
The family could have taken a tax-
payer-funded flight between royal
residences. But although the
Cambridges have used executive jets
before, they tend to fly by commer-
cial plane whenever possible.
Dickie Arbiter, former Buckingham
Palace press secretary, said: “It’s just
the sensible way to do it.”
He also criticised actress Jameela
Jamil – who appeared on the cover
of the British Vogue issue guest-
edited by Meghan – after she
accused the British people of racism
towards the Duchess.
She also claimed the royals could
not take commercial flights because
of security risks.
“That was just a silly thing to say,”
Mr Arbiter said. He recalled how
used a com-
on a royal
tour and said
it was com-
the family to
The way in
Harry choose to travel is being
seen by some as further evidence of
a feud between the brothers and
Earlier this year, the “Fab Four”
split their charitable foundation in
order to go their separate ways.
Phil Dampier, author of Royally
Suited: Harry and Meghan In Their
Own Words, said: “They certainly
won’t put paid to stories of a feud if
they are seen to be scoring points off
“A cynic might say the
Cambridges have done it deliber-
ately, bearing in mind all the recent
stories about the two brothers and
their wives not getting on.”
OPINION: PAGE 12
SHOCK news – the Duke and
Duchess of Cambridge and their
three children got on a Flybe
economy flight costing £73 each
and no-one was put in danger!
This was after actress Jameela
Jamil said it would be unsafe for
the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
to use commercial planes
because they were in danger of
being kidnapped or assassinated.
The Cambridges’ flight shows
this theory to be absolute
nonsense. It also shows that
Harry’s frequent use of private
jets is unnecessary.
Despite his public alarm over
climate change, Harry, Meghan
and baby Archie last week took a
private plane costing £20,000 to
Sir Elton John’s home in Nice.
The singer paid for the flight
“to maintain a high level of
much-needed protection” and
pointed out that he was a close
friend of Harry’s mother, Diana.
So where was the free jet for
Diana’s other son, William, and
The difference in flight styles
underlines the growing
separation of the two princes.
They are rarely seen together
with their wives and are reputed
to be visiting the Queen at
different times during her annual
break at Balmoral.
In the last golden years of the
her reign, the brothers should be
growing closer. Sadly, it seems
they could not be further apart.