Buckingham Palace has unveiled detailed celebration plans to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next June. There will be events including a pageant with more than 5,000 performers in a four-day Bank Holiday […]
Council leaders in parts of the country badly hit by the Indian coronavirus variant have asserted that there will be “no local lockdowns” and no restrictions on travel in and out of […]
After talks, EU ambassadors have agreed to allow fully vaccinated tourists to travel without the need to quarantine. This comes after mixed messaged from the UK Government on whether Brits should holiday […]
The most recent funding deal – announced 22 March – was due to expire today, however, the parties have agreed to a temporary extension to the existing agreement until 28 May to allow for discussions to […]
Boris Johnson has announced that the Government will set up an independent statutory inquiry in Spring 2022 to examine the handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking to the Commons, the PM confirmed […]
The Home Secretary Priti Patel has defended the Government’s New Plan for Immigration policies on how to handle the method of asylums entering the UK, which has been widely criticised as “inhumane” and undermining Britain’s commitment to the 1951 Refugee Convention.
According to the findings of Sheldon review, Football Association had significant institutional failings, seeing that they “did not do enough to keep children safe”.
This independent review into historical child sexual abuse led to conclusions such as the FA not knowing of these issues until the summer of 1995 and not taking enough protection measures from that date until May 2000.
The final group on the priority list for the COVID-19 vaccination are now being contacted to book their vaccination.
In England, people aged over 50 are part of the priority list and the government aims for people in this age group to be vaccinated by May.
Boris Johnson has denied a claim made by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, that the UK imposed an “outright” ban on coronavirus vaccine exports. The PM told MPs in the […]
Piers Morgan has left his role as co-host of ITV’s Good Morning Britain to stand by his comments that Meghan Markle’s accusations of racism and discrimination against her son Archie by the […]
MPs are criticizing the NHS Test and Trace System, saying there’s no evidence that it has contributed to a drop in coronavirus cases. The Commons Public Accounts Committee has challenged the government […]
Rishi Sunak is currently addressing the House of Commons where he is disclosing the 2021 Budget; outlining plans to boost the country’s economic recovery.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is “very, very, very, sorry” about the loss of taxpayers’ money. In January 2019, the Scottish government paid her predecessor Alex Salmond’s £500,000 legal bill after it admitted acting unlawfully.
Nicola Sturgeon, in her long awaited appearance at the Holyrood inquiry stated that claims of a plot against the former First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, were ‘absurd’. The First Minister of […]
The UK government has defended a new law that states people who lie about their travel history during the pandemic could be sentenced a maximum 10-year jail term. A former Supreme Court […]
Ms Deborah French,a former UK sales executive for Arconic sold Reynobond PE panels to construction projects in the UK which have a flammable plastic core. These PE Panels which were used on […]