Month: September 2018

'Strictly Come Dancing' Week 2: Susannah Constantine And Anton Du Beke Leave Competition

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ has lost its first couple of the current series, with Susannah Constantine and Anton Du Beke bowing out of the show. It’s not unfair to say that Susannah hasn’t exactly been the most celebrated of this year’s contestants, bagging just one point from Craig Revel Horwood after both of her performances. In Read More

The Sikh Activists Calling For A Homeland

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Watch Theresa May Death Stare Andrew Marr During Insanely Awkward Closing Credits

The closing credits of a political talk show is usually the time for a bit of unscripted joshing between guest and host as they demonstrate that no matter how hard the questioning, both are just there to do a job and any hard feelings disappear when the cameras stop rolling. Sunday’s Andrew Marr Show was Read More

Hundreds Of British Sikhs Protest Against Anti-Terror Raids

Hundreds of British Sikhs gathered outside the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham on Sunday to protest against anti-terror police raids on activists campaigning for a Sikh homeland in India. Concerns were raised about the “heavy-handed” nature of the dawn raids with one mother claiming that officers had smashed open her young childrens’ piggy banks and Read More

Jeremy Hunt 'Misjudged' Brexiteer Tories With 'Toe Curling' EU/USSR Comparison

Jeremy Hunt has been told he “misjudged” Brexiteer Tories by trying to appeal to them by comparing the EU to the USSR. In his speech to the Conservative Party conference on Sunday afternoon, the foreign secretary, who is often tipped as a possible successor to Theresa May, launched a outspoken attack on Brussels. “What happened Read More

Grenfell-Type Cladding To Be Banned In New Tower Blocks, James Brokenshire To Announce

The use of combustible cladding is to be banned on all new residential buildings above 18 metres, as well as schools, care homes, student accommodation and hospitals. The measure, resulting from a lengthy consultation following last year’s Grenfell Tower fire tragedy, is to be announced by Housing Secretary James Brokenshire at the Conservative conference on Read More

Madeleine McCann News: Father Gerry Recalls Night Of Disappearance

The father of Madeleine McCann has recalled his heartbreaking memories of the night his daughter disappeared 11 years ago. Gerry McCann described the “horror” and “disbelief” of realising the three-year-old was missing from the family’s holiday apartment in Portugal in May 2007. Admitting that he rarely thinks of those moments because they are too painful, Read More

Man 'Stabbed In The Face' On London Underground

A man has been stabbed in the face on the London Underground, according to a witness. Commuters looked on in horror as the victim was knifed in his cheek with blood pouring from the wound, Rukshana Begum said. The attack happened on the Central Line, between Stratford and Mile End, at about 12.50am, British Transport Read More

Business Secretary Greg Clark Says Canada-Style Brexit Deal Would 'Set Back Our Competitiveness'

Business Secretary Greg Clark launched a passionate defence of Theresa May’s Brexit plans, warning would-be Tory rebels a Canada-style deal would “set back our competitiveness” in key industries.  Speaking as part of a HuffPost UK fringe event as the Conservative Party conference got underway in Birmingham on Sunday, Clark said the Prime Ministers’ Chequers blueprint Read More

Sir Richard Branson And Son Sam ‘Seconds From Death’ During 'Terrifying' Mont Blanc Climb

Sir Richard Branson and his son Sam came seconds from death as falling rocks “the size of small cars” crashed over their heads before they reached the summit of Mont Blanc. The billionaire businessman said he felt there was “definitely a friendly star above our family” as they had to scramble behind large boulders during Read More

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