Month: July 2018

Jerermy Corbyn Ally Apologises After Saying 'Trump Fanatics' Were 'Making Up' Anti-Semitism Claims

A member of the Labour Party’s ruling body who was recorded making “disgusting” comments about Jews has apologised for his behaviour.  Peter Willsman, an ally of Jeremy Corbyn, has said he recognises the “offensive nature of my comments” after calling some members of the Jewish community “Trump fanatics” and suggesting they were “making up” problems about Read More

'Love Island' Stars Mobbed By Fans At Airport As They Arrive Back In UK

The ‘Love Island’ final may have only been less than 24 hours ago, but already all of the finalists are back in the UK, and what a welcome they received.  The cast of the ITV2 reality series were mobbed by fans at Stansted Airport as they arrived home.  Winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham were Read More

'Love Island' Final Voting Figures Show Dani And Jack Won By An Absolute Landslide

ITV has revealed the full voting breakdown for this year’s ‘Love Island’, which has revealed some very unsurprising news – Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham won by a landslide.  The winning couple picked up an astonishing 79.66% of the final vote during Monday’s live climax to the ITV2 reality series.  Laura Anderson and Paul Knops Read More

UK's First Acid Attack Killing Sees Xeneral Webster Jailed For 17 Years

A teenager has been jailed for 17 years for the UK’s first acid attack killing.  Xeneral Webster, 19, was sentenced over the manslaughter of Joanne Rand at the Reading Crown Court on Tuesday where he was also given an extended licence period of three years. Sentencing Webster, of Westway, west London, Judge Angela Morris said: Read More

The World’s First Green Football Club

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Children Are Starting School Without Knowing Their Own Names, Study Reveals

Many children in the UK’s second largest city are starting school without knowing their full names or being able to use the toilet properly, a network of six charities, which supports disadvantaged young families, has claimed. The findings come as Education Secretary Damian Hinds, who has been criticised for presiding over rising inequality, made his Read More

A Woman Called 999 To Complain About Mushrooms On Her Pizza

A woman called 999 to tell police she had been “mugged off” by a takeaway company that delivered her a mushroom pizza instead of a meat feast. A recording of the shocking exchange was released by Essex Police on Tuesday as part of a campaign against hoax and inappropriate calls. The call handler asks the Read More

Mums Need More Support Feeding Their Babies, So We Wanted To Find A Solution

The UK has one of the lowest rates of breastfeeding in the world. Less than 1% of babies are exclusively breastfed until six months as recommended by the World Health Organisation. But what is particularly upsetting, is that four out of five UK mothers tell us that they wanted to breastfeed longer. While 80% of Read More

The Tories Must Use This Summer To Guarantee EU Citizens' Rights

As Parliament rose for recess this summer, many people were rightly asking if now was an appropriate time for the Government to take a six week-long break. With less than a year to go before the UK is due to leave the European Union, this is one of the most significant periods of our generation. Read More

What I Learned From My Near-Death Experience

Does near death become her? This is something I’ve pondered in the last year after a near-death experience. Following an operation, for unknown reasons and no one’s fault, I developed a DVT, culminating in a pulmonary embolism. Emergency doctors told me in no uncertain terms this was life-threatening. Like us all, I’d thought of death Read More

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