Month: March 2018

EU To Field Team In World Cup In Solidarity Against Russia That Could Knock Out England

The EU is planning to field a team at this summer’s World Cup in a shock move to mark solidarity against Russia’s recent geopolitical provocations. Belgium, the home of the EU, has offered to sacrifice its place to allow the initiative, with Brussels drawing up secret plans to form a squad made up of players Read More

Declan Donnelly Wins Over 'Saturday Night Takeaway' Viewers With First Solo Show

Declan Donnelly got the thumbs up from ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ viewers during his first ever solo show. This week, Dec was forced to step up and host the show by himself, after regular co-presenter Ant McPartlin returned to treatment, following his charge for drink-driving. During the show, which aired live on Saturday (31 March), Dec Read More

Christine Shawcroft Resigns From Labour's National Executive Committee

Christine Shawcroft has resigned from Labour’s National Executive Committee following the latest anti-Semitism row to hit the party. In a statement, the Labour official, said: “It has been a privilege to serve on the Labour Party national executive committee for the last 19 years, and I was standing down in September in any event. I Read More

Declan Donnelly Makes Light Of Ant McPartlin's Absence During Solo 'Saturday Night Takeaway'

Declan Donnelly kicked off this week’s ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ with a brief reference to the absence of his regular co-host Ant McPartlin. For the first time in their career, Declan – who makes up one half of presenting duo Ant and Dec – hosted Saturday’s (31 March) show without Ant, following the news that he Read More

British Soldier Killed In Syria Named As Sergeant Matt Tonroe

A British solider killed in Syria has been named by the Ministry of Defence as Sergeant Matt Tonroe. The 33-year-old was killed in a bomb blast while on an anti-Islamic State operation in Syria. In a statement, the MoD said: “It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm that Sergeant Matt Read More

Alex Salmond's LBC Show Ends – But He Continues To Host RT Slot Despite Criticism

Alex Salmond’s political debate show on LBC has come to an end after just six months – but the former First Minister of Scotland continues to host a slot on RT despite criticism. Salmond held a weekly Sunday afternoon phone-in on LBC for the past six months, but his contract has not been renewed, though Read More

Stephen Hawking Applauded By Hundreds Lining The Streets For His Cambridge Funeral

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Cambridge for Stephen Hawking’s funeral and applauded as his coffin was carried to the church. Six porters from the physicist’s academic home for more than 50 years, Gonville and Caius, carried his coffin from the hearse into the University Church of St Mary the Great. The church bell Read More

Easter Weather Forecast Predicts Rain And Even Snow Over The Weekend

If you were hoping for some Easter sunshine this weekend, we’ve got some bad news for you. The Met Office has yellow weather warnings in place for England and Wales for heavy rain on Sunday, Monday and into the week, though some hill snow could also be possible. The warnings mean there is a chance Read More

Who Is The Easter Bunny?

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Foreign Office 'Considering' Russian Embassy Demand To See Poisoning Victim Yulia Skripal

The Foreign Office has said it is considering a request from Russia to see Yulia Skripal over the Salisbury poisoning. The Russian embassy tweeted to demand to see her in hospital, despite the fact the UK Government has accused the Russian state of being behind the nerve agent attack on her and her father, former Read More

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