Month: July 2019

Chancellor Spends Another Billion Pounds On No-Deal Brexit Preparation

Britain will spend more than a billion extra pounds to try and ensure the supply of vital medicines, hire 500 border officers, and launch an advertising campaign to prepare for a no-deal Brexit. Chancellor Sajid Javid announced an immediate £1.1bn cash boost for “critical” no-deal preparations so that Boris Johnson can fulfil his promise to Read More

Who Is Steve Bannon? The Banker Turned Alt-Right Editor Turned Disgraced Former Presidential Advisor

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British Student Alana Cutland Dies After Falling Out Of Plane In Madagascar

A British student has died after falling out of a plane while on a study trip in Madagascar, according to reports. The family of Alana Cutland, from Milton Keynes, in Buckinghamshire, paid tribute to the 19-year-old, describing her as “a bright, independent young woman, who was loved and admired by all those that knew her”. Read More

YouTube Star Grant Thompson, The King Of Random, Dies Aged 38

YouTube personality Grant Thompson, whose The King of Random channel entertained millions with life hacks and experiments, has died in a paragliding crash at age 38. Grant was killed in the accident on Monday evening in Utah, his brother Mark confirmed to TMZ. A statement on The King of Random Instagram announced his death on Read More

DWP Spent £225K On Newspaper Ads Selling Benefits Of Universal Credit

The government spent more than £225,000 on newspaper ads selling the benefits of Universal Credit. In May, the Department for Work and Pensions – headed up by Amber Rudd – launched a nine-week “myth-busting” campaign in the Metro vowing to “uncover the truth” about the government’s controversial benefits scheme.  It emerged on Wednesday that, in Read More

Steve Bannon Isn't Some Rogue Intellectual – He's A White Supremacist

There is a myth that people in British media sometimes tell themselves and like most myths, it takes a marr of truth, and weaves it into a neat narrative in which good guys win and the bad guys are vanquished forever. That myth is rooted in the Autumn of 2009, a few months before a Read More

Essex Drugs Deaths: Sixth Fatality Linked To Class A Substances

Police in south Essex are investigating six deaths they believe are linked to the sale of Class A drugs. Three women and three men have been found dead in the area this week and tests are ongoing to identify the substance involved. A woman in her 30s was found dead in Southend on Sunday morning. Read More

Love Island Winners Amber & Greg Welcomed At Stansted Airport

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Love Island Winners Amber & Greg Welcomed At Stansted Airport

Love Island winners Greg O’Shea and Amber Gill shared a kiss for the cameras as they returned £50k richer from Majorca. The two were welcomed by friends and family at Stansted Airport. Source: New feedLove Island Winners Amber & Greg Welcomed At Stansted Airport Read More

Dating Website Serial Rapist Convicted Of 7 Further Sex Attacks

A convicted serial rapist has been found guilty of further sex attacks on five women he met on an internet dating site. Father-of-three Jason Lawrance contacted thousands of women on Match.com or its partner company Dating Direct between 2009 and 2014, attacking 13 of them to “satisfy a selfish sexual need”. The 54-year-old, who was Read More

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