Month: May 2019

Russian ship in English Channel

Vladimir Putin’s destroyer in ENGLISH CHANNEL – Royal Navy scrambled

May 15, 2019

This afternoon tensions rise to boiling point between the UK & Russia. In the English Channel HMS Northumberland was deployed to follow the Severomorsk. A Russian warship which features state of the art technology. Russia is also very keen to develop the latest defensive and offensive weapons with Mr Putin saying only Russia currently possesses hypersonic […]

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UK caught in quick HEATWAVE as Europe temperatures RISE to 38C

May 15, 2019

THE UK is set to warm up in a short heatwave for the next 24 hours as parts of Europe get up to almost 38 degrees Celsius.   The BBC has warned that high pressure is to continue across Britain and western Europe. Cyprus will get up to an astonishing 38 degree heat. Although other […]

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Jeremy Kyle Show taken off air

The Jeremy Kyle Show AXED permanently by ITV after guest Steven Dymond died from overdose

May 15, 2019

The much loved ITV programe, “The Jeremy Kyle Show” has been permenatley cut by ITV after a guest who appeared on the show, Steve Dymond, 63, was found dead 10 days after failing a lie detector test on the chat show. JK was pulled off air on Monday as broadcast bosses worked frantically to come up […]

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virgin media

Virgin mobile outage affects customers across the UK

May 14, 2019

Virgin Mobile customers across the UK have been having issues making calls, sending text messages and using mobile data. Earlier this morning there have been complaints in London, the North West, Midlands, Bristol and Scotland. Customers who have been affected by the outage have taken their anger towards Virgin out on Twitter, with some complaining they had […]

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Climate Change Effects

What can the average household do to help save the planet?

May 14, 2019

We have repeatedly been warned over the years that we need to do everything in our power to protect our planet and the impact of climate change. However, it certainly seems that we have not been doing enough. This is especially the case considering 15,000 scientists from around the world sent a written warning about […]

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President trump nuclear war

Who is to blame for the sabotage of four oil tankers close to the Strait of Hormuz? Russia, Iran or the US?

May 13, 2019

It has been confirmed that two of the oil tankers damaged belonged to Saudi Arabia and one of the other two ships was Norwegian-registered. The Strait of Hormuz is the most critical waterway for global crude oil trade, an estimated 17 million barrels of crude oil pass through the Strait daily. Even slight disruption to […]

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