• UK ‘acted quicker’ on Omicron than any other country except Israel says Raab
    Following the tightening of Covid requirements at the border yesterday, with travellers now expected to take a Covid test before departure, Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary Dominic Raab took questions this morning.  Speaking to Sky News’ “Trevor Phillips on Sunday”, Raab said the UK reacted to the Omicron variant... Read more »
  • Global agreement on boosting covid supplies is critical for ending the pandemic – why is the UK blocking it?
    "Six in seven cases go undetected in Africa" The post Global agreement on boosting covid supplies is critical for ending the pandemic – why is the UK blocking it? appeared first on Read more »
  • Conservatives win Old Bexley and Sidcup with 51% of the vote
    The Conservative Pary has won the Old Bexley and Sidcup by-election caused by the death of the sitting Conservative MP, James Brokenshire, from lung cancer on 7th October.  The Conservatives retained the seat with a majority of 4,478, polling 51.5% of the vote albeit after a swing of 10% to... Read more »
  • UK gun laws: the public’s view
    The UK has some of the strictest gun laws in the world, with those laws recently being tightened further following the shooting in Plymouth during the summer when five people were killed. This contrasts strongly with the United States where the second amendment grants people the right to bear arms,... Read more »

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  • Dan Walker Becomes 10th Celebrity To Leave Strictly Come Dancing
    Dan Walker has missed out on a place in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing semi final after he became the 10th celebrity to be voted off. The BBC Breakfast presenter found himself in the bottom two for the first time on Sunday night, despite regularly featuring near the bottom of the... Read more »
  • Dominic Raab Criticised For Suggesting Police Don't Investigate The Past
    Dominic Raab has been criticised by Labour after he suggested it would be unusual for the police to investigate crimes that happened last year.The justice secretary on Sunday said if No.10 staff had held a Christmas party in breach of lockdown rules in 2020 it would have been “wrong”.But in... Read more »
  • Too Late To Stop Spread Of Omicron In The UK, Says Top Scientist
    It is “too late” to effectively halt the spread of the Omicron variant in the UK, a government science adviser has warned.On Saturday, it was announced all travellers arriving in England will be required to take a Covid pre-departure test from Tuesday – while Nigeria is being added to the... Read more »
  • Strictly's John Whaite And Johannes Radebe Prove They've Got A Sense Of Humour About That Ill-Fated Lift
    John Whaite and Johannes Radebe might not have done quite as well as they could have on Saturday’s Strictly Come Dancing, but they’re certainly not letting it get them down. The pair came unstuck when a lift went wrong during their Salsa routine during the quarter final, but they proved that... Read more »



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  • Belgian police fire water cannon at anti-lockdown protests
    Two officers and four protesters hospitalised, and 20 people arrested, after clashes in BrusselsBelgian police have fired water cannon and used teargas to disperse protesters opposed to compulsory health measures against the coronavirus pandemic.About 8,000 people marched through Brussels towards the headquarters of the European Union, chanting “freedom” and letting... Read more »
  • Australia news live update: diplomat says Omicron travel ban ‘discrimination’; Birmingham supports Berejiklian candidacy; NSW transport strike
    Victoria records 1,073 new Covid cases and six deaths, NSW has 208 cases; Diplomat says Omicron travel ban is ‘discrimination’; finance minister voices support for Gladys Berejiklian candidacy; security leaders welcome Labor climate policy; industrial action over pay dispute begins as some Sydney drivers walk off the job. Follow all... Read more »
  • Covid live: UK reports 43,992 cases and 54 deaths; protests in Brussels turn violent
    Hospitals already struggling to cope as they enter winter, says president of Royal College of Emergency Medicine; people march in Brussels against latest restrictionsOmicron: what do we know about the new Covid variant?Raab says ‘formal party’ in No 10 last Christmas would have broken rulesUK’s progress on Covid now squandered,... Read more »
  • Campaigners threaten UK legal action over porn sites’ lack of age verification
    Exclusive: failure to prevent children seeing online porn puts them at risk of abuse and lifelong trauma, say children’s safety groupThe UK data watchdog must introduce age verification for commercial pornography sites or face a high court challenge over any failure to act, children’s safety groups have warned.The demand in... Read more »

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  • Scottish patients in “postcode lottery” for heart valve disease diagnosis
    A SCOTTISH patient organisation is calling for change to tackle the “postcode lottery” for access to treatment for a life-shortening heart condition. Highlighting the regional disparities and impact of the pandemic on access to treatment, Heart Valve Voice have brought report findings to the attention of MSPs. Impacting the blood... Read more »
  • Rare Scots eco-home in the shape of a crab goes on market for £375,000
    A RARE eco-friendly house in the shape of a crab has gone on the market for £375,000. Situated in the coastal village of Johnshaven in Aberdeenshire, Crab House prides itself on the vast usage of natural materials in its construction. The property has an almost-carbon neutral status thanks to its... Read more »
  • VideoShocking video shows woman spitting on teen before shouting “go back to your own country”
    A SHOCKING video shows a vile woman spitting on a Scots teen before telling her to “go back to her own country”.  Yanice Wood was disgusted after the woman then said “you have AIDS now” following the attack at Muirhouse in Edinburgh last week. Footage shows the woman, wearing a... Read more »
  • VideoNaughty pup caught raiding bin after getting lid stuck around neck
    A NAUGHTY pup was caught out after raiding a bin at home – because he got the lid stuck around his neck. Labrador Shelby took the opportunity to have a raid through the rubbish yesterday while his family were busy getting ready for work and school.  The nine-month-old pup managed... Read more »

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