The Duke of Sussex caused more controversy last week after appearing on the American Expert podcast. While chatting to host Dax Shepard about mental health and life in LA, Harry started complaining about the media “feeding frenzy” surrounding himself and his family.
And Ray Bassett said the entire episode merely emphasised how expendable Ireland was in the eyes of eurocrats in Brussels were concerned. On Friday, the European Commission, led by President von der Leyen, announced it was triggering clauses in the Northern Irish
Back in 1649, Charles I was executed outside the Banqueting House in Whitehall, London, in front of a large crowd. He was found guilty of treason by the High Court of the Civil War rebel “Rump Parliament”. Charles I execution was particularly
The online fashion retailer has bought the Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge and HIIT fashion after they were plunged into administration last year. It is believed the buyer also paid another £65million for current and pre-ordered stock. However, thousands of jobs are still
BORIS JOHNSON has secured a further 40 million jabs of the Valneva vaccine it has been confirmed today in another boost for the immunisation programme.
The UK Government will formally apply to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) today in order to increase trading ties with the Asia-Pacific region. Not only will the UK be able to boost exports to the 11 nations, but one
There are reports of NHS patients struggling with delays and cancellations to non-Covid health issues including cancer treatments. NHS England has urged regional directors to give cancer patients the same priority as Covid patients even as intensive care units struggle with a
The move is a big step towards the Government’s target of vaccinating the 13 million most clinically vulnerable by February 15. Sir Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, said the news shows Britain’s vaccination programme is off to a “flying start”.
Vaccinations in the EU are moving far slower than in Britain after the European Commission took charge of the procurement process. In a video posted on his official Twitter page, Mr Farage said: “We could almost have a laugh about Ursula von
The disarray surrounding Brussels’ vaccine rollout has led the normally anti-Brexit German newspaper Die Zeit to comment dryly that “the European Commission is currently providing the best example for Brexit.” At the time the Government decided to go it alone last July,
The country’s military launched a coup and declared a state of emergency set to last one year. Myanmar – also known as Burma – has seen tensions between its Government and the military following an election last year. Now, the US has