Month: May 2023

Just Stop Oil protesters have been arrested for failing to move out of the road in Parliament Square in their latest slow march. The group said 10 supporters, including a […]

Walkouts are taking place today, on Friday and on Saturday Rail passengers will suffer fresh travel disruption in the next few days because of more strikes in long-running disputes over pay, jobs and […]

She’ll make the announcement at a grassroots club in Birmingham England boss Sarina Wiegman names her squad for this summer’s World Cup on Wednesday with injuries having been the major talking point […]

Phillip Schofield has been axed as an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust as the charity says it is “no longer appropriate” to work with him. Schofield, 61, resigned from ITV […]

Nato has sent 700 more troops to Kosovo to help quell violent protests and has put another battalion on standby in case the riots spread, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said. […]

A draft law that would “outright ban” vapes being sold to children is hoped to significantly reduce the number of young people who use them, a minister has said. Cabinet […]

Royal Navy sailors given a symbolic role in Queen Elizabeth’s funeral procession have been recognised by the King – including a heavily pregnant sailor. Charles presented honours from the Royal […]

Royal Blood singer Mike Kerr has come under fire for branding the crowd “pathetic” and departing the show with his middle fingers in the air after performing at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. […]

The pop superstar told fans “I love you” as she kicked off the first of five nights at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Beyonce said “I can’t believe this is my job” […]

Professor George Gao’s views directly contradict the Chinese government The possibility the Covid virus leaked from a laboratory should not be ruled out, a former top Chinese government scientist has said. The […]

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