Captain Sir Tom Moore, who has died aged 100, was a Second World War veteran who became Britain’s national hero and mascot in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, raising millions of pounds for charity on the eve of … Continue reading Rest in Peace Captain Sir Tom Moore
Boris Johnson will head to Scotland today to talk up the benefits of the British union, which his government fears is coming apart. Nicola Sturgeon says she wishes he wouldn’t. Johnson’s trip is prompted by polls and looming elections. Excluding … Continue reading Johnson says Scotland Needs British Union in COVID19 Times
The government promised to feed children on free school meals during the coronavirus crisis. However by replacing free school meals vouchers with ‘woefully inadequate’ food parcels, children up and down the country are going hungry. By hiring private companies to … Continue reading ‘Mean’ School Meals Parcels Scandal!
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Prime Minister Boris Johnson who today is in the intensive care unit of St. Thomas’ Hospital London suffering the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) He was admitted to the ICU department on the … Continue reading Boris Johnson – Our Thoughts and Prayers
The US will not negotiate a free trade deal with the UK unless a new digital services tax is dropped, according to a newspaper report – Source: Sky News The measure, which was proposed in 2018 by then chancellor Philip … Continue reading Scrap Digital Tax, or no Free Trade Deal
Politically and news wise it’s been an interesting month. News has been focused on Brexit, naturally, whilst we have witnessed the whittling down of candidates for new Prime Minister (Boris Johnson is the likely one in the polls to win … Continue reading Sir Kim Darroch Resigns amid Boris non-support