Brexit Deal

Boris Johnson declares a Brexit deal has been done

October 17, 2019

It has been confirmed this morning through a serious of tweets and press releases the the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reached a Brexit deal with the European Union. Next is to pass it through Parliament. More updates on the deal details will follow. 🇪🇺🤝🇬🇧 Where there is a will, there is a #deal – […]

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UK ‘cannot meet’ EU deadline for Brexit plan and needs another year, government says

September 19, 2019

UK ‘cannot meet’ EU deadline for Brexit plan and needs another year, government says The EU has set Britain a test it “cannot meet” with its demands for a backstop replacement, the Brexit Secretary has said. Stephen Barclay said the UK should be given another year to find a new policy for the Irish border. “We are […]

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NHS Money

Health tourist left behind £623,000 unpaid NHS bill – the highest on record

September 9, 2019

A HEALTH tourist has left behind a record £623,000 unpaid NHS bill. The patient failed to settle the debt after being treated by the UK’s Mid Essex NHS Trust. Hospital chiefs declined to reveal their name, nationality or the care they received, saying it would breach data protection laws. The bill is nearly £100,000 larger […]

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Sex offender Jeffrey Epstein kills himself in prison – US media reports

August 10, 2019

Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein has killed himself in prison ahead of facing trial on sex trafficking charges, according to US media. The 66-year-old was accused of having sex with girls as young as 14.

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McDonald’s hated ‘eco-friendly’ paper straws cannot be recycled – but axed plastics one can

August 5, 2019

It has been revealed today by The Sun Newspaper that  MCDONALD’S new “eco-friendly” paper straws cannot be recycled. The former Plastic ones were axed in all UK branches earlier this year as part of a green drive even though the fast-food giant has said they were “100 per cent recyclable.” But The Sun has today […]

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How to stay cool in this Heatwave! 🥵🔥

July 25, 2019

Do I have to work during a heatwave? For those hoping to be given a day off, unfortunately, there are currently no laws in the UK about when it is too hot to work. Employers should provide a “reasonable” temperature in the workplace. But the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) says a limit cannot be introduced because […]

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Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister of the UK!

July 23, 2019

News just in from No.10 this morning, Boris Johnson has been named as Theresa May’s successor as the new conservative leader. The outcome of the ballot of about 160,000 Tory members has meant that Boris is the majority winner and was the overall favourite to win the ballot leading up to it. As of yesterday […]

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Beach deck chairs in the UK

UK heatwave: Britons urged to check on neighbours as temperatures soar

July 22, 2019

Health warnings have been issued as record-breaking temperatures are forecast from hot air from a Saharan plume flow to Britain This week!  The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS) has forecasted the highest threat level for forest fires for almost all of France and Spain on Thursday, with “high” or “very high” threat levels for […]

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Prince George

Prince George: New photos released of future king to celebrate sixth birthday

July 22, 2019

Taken by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, two of the photos were taken at their home at Kensington Palace. New photographs of Prince George beaming in an England football shirt have been released to celebrate his sixth birthday. The pictures, taken by his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, show the future king laughing as […]

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Westminster crash: Salih Khater found guilty of attempted murder

July 17, 2019

A 30-year-old man has been found guilty of attempting to kill people outside the Houses of Parliament in London, UK. Salih Khater has been convicted of two charges of attempted murder after he crashed his Ford Fiesta car into a security barrier in Westminster, London on 14 August 2018. A jury at the Old Bailey […]

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