Sun readers get £100 off British Airways Holidays with this exclusive code

JET away with The Sun’s fantastic Give Us A Break campaign – giving you incredible discounts and low deposits on holidays. With restrictions easing and more countries opening up, we’ve got loads of exclusive money-off offers from top travel operators such as TUI, British Airways Holidays, EasyJet Holidays and more for our

Sun launches spectacular Back To The 80s cruise – here's how to book your summer seacation

ARE you ready to rock the boat? The Sun is launching a ­spectacular Back To The 1980s Summer Seacation cruise and YOU could be enjoying four nights of sensational entertainment at sea from just £499pp. We’ve teamed up with Imagine Cruising to offer a four-night full-board sailing on Princess Cruises’

7 Best Door Curtains | The Sun UK

DOOR curtains are just that: curtains for doors, and have all sorts of practical uses beyond adding to your interior design. We take a look at some of the best door curtains you can buy online right now. At this time of year, thermal door curtains surge in popularity as

Kate Upton soaks up the sun during Greece vacation

Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for Sept. 9 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Sept. 9 are here. Check out what’s clicking today in entertainment. Kate Upton is not ready to let go of summer. The supermodel shared several photos from her Greece vacation over the weekend,

How do you know if your pet is coping with the heatwave? Warning signs to look for and how to help your animals stay cool in the sun

A SUNNY day in Britain is a long-awaited treat that should be savoured – but for many pets the summer can be miserable. Here are our top tips for keeping your canine and feline friends cool in the heatwave. How do I know if my dog or cat is struggling

Sun man Will Hagerty takes his family on holiday to the Greek resort he had a wild time in as a teen – The Sun

AS our driver chatted away on the 50-minute journey to the hotel from Thessaloniki airport, I looked out at the Halkidiki landscape for the first time in 32 years. Memories flooded back — the olive grove where I crashed a moped, the village that banned us for playing the Rolling