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Sanitary products non-essential? Wrong! Welsh government replies to shoppers after they share their shock on Twitter
People in Wales have been left confused and angry as shops and supermarkets interpret the government’s new lockdown rules banning the sale of ‘non-essential’ items.
Parents defend UK headmistress after she was forced to apologize for lesson on Black History Month, but won’t give their names
Parents have stepped up to defend the head teacher of a Kent boarding school after her groveling apology for offending students by tracing the roots of the UK’s Black History Mo...
Former UK Brexit secretary reveals ‘disaster’ test and trace companies don’t face penalties for failures
Ex-Brexit Secretary David Davis has slammed the ‘systemic problem’ that protects ‘test and trace’ companies from financial penalties despite criticism over the failing system.
‘We’re not there yet’: British health minister dashes hopes AstraZeneca vaccine could be ready before Christmas
The British minister of health has rebuffed claims that a UK vaccine could be widely distributed in 2020, adding that his “central expectation” is for roll-out in the first half...
Amazon gets on ‘secretive’ UK government panel on post-Brexit supply rules while benefiting financially from own ‘advice’ – report
Online retail giant Amazon is ensuring a lucrative future in UK government contracts, guiding a “secretive” Cabinet Office panel on making policy on post-Brexit procurement of g...
‘What Killed Michael Brown?’ is the new must-see documentary that eviscerates the mainstream narrative on race in America
A new film streaming on Amazon uses the tragedy of Michael Brown’s death in 2014 to insightfully reveal the manipulations and machinations that distort modern-day race relations...
Upbringing Blinded Me To Unconscious Racial Bias: Prince Harry
The prince spoke during a conversation about racism with Patrick Hutchinson, the Black activist who was photographed by Reuters carrying a white man to safety during a scuffle b...
Head Of US Military Academy Resigns Amid "Systemic Racism" Probe
In a letter released by Virginia Military Institute (VMI), retired general JH Binford Peay III said Democratic Governor Ralph Northam had "lost confidence in my leadership" and ...
London’s war on motorists isn’t helping anybody
Late one evening in Yangon in Myanmar a few years ago, I noticed a grey Morris Minor van patrolling the streets. It had an old-fashioned double--ended trumpet loudspeaker on its...
The Viral Video Of Voters Dancing While Waiting In Line Is Part Of A Movement To Fight Voter Intimidation
"Nothing and no one is getting in the way of our joy and our vote!"
Apollo Investor Revolt Swells Over Black’s Epstein Ties
It keeps getting worse for Leon Black.
What Brexit will do to the City of London
THE FORTUNES of financial centres may swing less wildly than the markets they host, but swing they do. In the 2000s London threatened to knock New York off its perch as the worl...
Facebook deploys aggressive measures to combat election unrest
Facebook executives are implementing emergency measures reserved for "at-risk" countries in a company-wide effort to bring down the online temperature.
Rishi Sunak’s new youth job scheme attacked as ‘sticking plaster’ that will fail to prevent mass unemployment
‘The numbers don’t stack up to the scale of the challenge. There will still be large-scale youth unemployment’
Joan Hocquard: Oldest person in Britain dies aged 112
Joan Hocquard, who drove ambulances during World War Two, died at her home on Saturday.
Royal Mail seeks record number of Christmas temps
Royal Mail is looking to fill a record number of temporary seasonal jobs due to a surge in online shopping during the pandemic.
Britons reportedly overwhelm phone lines & website in rush to cancel TV licenses
It appears that so many people want to cancel their TV licenses in Britain that the BBC cannot cope with the outflow. However, some critics suggest the broadcaster is deliberate...
Shop bans local MP 'for life' after he voted against free school meals
A shop owner has banned his local MP ‘for life’ after the politician voted against extending free school meals for children over the holidays.
Baby dies after incorrectly inserted feeding tube pierced his heart
A baby died after a feeding tube was incorrectly inserted and pierced his heart, causing him to go into cardiac arrest and suffer brain damage.
7 different nicknames for London and what they actually mean
We've all heard of the Big Smoke, Square Mile and LDN but where did they originate from?
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