George “Johnny” Johnson, Last Surviving Dambuster Dies Aged 101

George Leonard “Johnny” Johnson, the last surviving original member of RAF 617 Squadron’s famous “Dambusters” raid of 1943, died peacefully at his care home in Westbury on Trym, Bristol, on Wednesday night surrounded by his family. On his 101st birthday, … Continue reading George “Johnny” Johnson, Last Surviving Dambuster Dies Aged 101

Zahawi Says Army Will be Deployed to Ease Strike Disruption

Nadhim Zahawi, the chairman of the Conservative Party, suggested that the army may be employed to lessen the disruption brought on by strikes in the public sector. Following the announcement that workers may strike before Christmas by the UK’s largest … Continue reading Zahawi Says Army Will be Deployed to Ease Strike Disruption

Two Briton’s Sentenced to Death by Separatist Russian Court

Two British men and a Moroccan man have seen a death sentence imposed on them after they were caught whilst fighting for Ukraine by a Russian Separatist Court in Donetsk Former Royal Anglian soldier Shaun Pinner, 48, and Nottinghamshire’s Aiden … Continue reading Two Briton’s Sentenced to Death by Separatist Russian Court

Russian Soldier’s Intercepted Call Claims “Suicide Squad” killings of civilians

According to a statement released by the Ukraine Security Service on Thursday, May 26, a leaked Russian soldier claimed they perpetrated multiple deaths of civilians as part of a “Suicide Squad.” The Ukrainian Security Service shared an audio clip of … Continue reading Russian Soldier’s Intercepted Call Claims “Suicide Squad” killings of civilians

BBC Denied Naming MI5 Officer who ‘poses danger to women’

Attorney General Suella Braverman applied for an injunction to prevent a BBC story from identifying an MI5 agent without confirming or denying his status as an agent. The BBC submitted that revealing his identity would not put him at risk, … Continue reading BBC Denied Naming MI5 Officer who ‘poses danger to women’