Andrew Neil warns Nicola Sturgeon on independence demands

Andrew Neil shut down Nicola Sturgeon’s arguments for a second referendum on Times Radio as he revealed why the issue the First Minister had chosen to row over “didn’t matter much” in […]

Leicester lockdown to be extended by government with coronavirus rate still too high

The Leicester lockdown is set to be extended as the coronavirus rate in the city is deemed still too high. In Leicester, the rate has fallen slightly from 117.7 in the seven […]

Suffolk pupils go to self-isolation as coronovirus confirmed

Aldeburgh Primary School in Suffolk has just 99 pupils aged four to eleven and is one of Britain’s smallest schools. The school, which is run by the Avocet Academy Trust, has closed […]

Traffic jams for 20km as Australian state border reopens

Canberra – Australia’s third-most-populous state of Queensland opened its internal border after a 15-week lockdown on Friday, with travellers stuck for hours in long traffic jams at checkpoints. Queensland police have told […]

Mark Royden have been sentenced for trying to steal Magna Carta

London – A court sentenced a man to four years in prison on Friday for attempting to steal a copy of the Magna Carta, a 13th-century document that cemented a key step […]

1966 World Cup hero Jack Charlton passed away aged 85

Charlton won 35 caps for England and enjoyed a successful career as a manager. Legendary defender Jack Charlton who won the World Cup with England in 1966 has died aged 85. Charlton, […]

Pope Francis has appointed ex-ECB boss Draghi to prestigious academy of social sciences

Pope Francis has appointed former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi as a member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, the Vatican said on Friday. The Academy, a think tank established […]

Portuguese media: Police ‘launch search for McCann’s body’ 10 miles from where Madeleine vanished

Police in Portugal have launched searches for Madeleine McCann’s body in the Algarve, Portuguese media reports claim. The searches are said to have taken place in wells in Vila do Bispo, which […]

Britain imposes Magnitsky-style sanctions on Russians, Saudis

Britain imposed sanctions on 25 Russians and 20 Saudis on Monday as part of post-Brexit measures foreign minister Dominic Raab said were aimed at stopping the laundering of “blood money”. After leaving […]

Royal Mail had fined £1.5m over failure to deliver first-class post on time

Royal Mail has been hit with a £1.5 million fine by the communications regulator for failing to deliver first-class mail on time. Ofcom said that Royal Mail missed its target to deliver […]