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Brexit: Hunt sets ‘no-deal deadline’ for 30 September

Jeremy Hunt has said he would decide by the end of September whether there is a "realistic chance" of reaching a new Brexit deal with the EU.The Tory leadership contender said he would deliver a provisional "no-deal Brexit budget" in early September and then give the EU three weeks.He vowed to abandon talks after that if there was no...

Liverpool loses World Heritage status

Liverpool has been deprived of its World Heritage status after an UN advisory group discovered improvements undermined the worth of the city's waterfront. The choice was made after a mysterious voting form by the Unesco council at a gathering in China. Unesco had said that the turns of events, including the arranged new Everton FC arena, had come about in a...

BLM Protestors Vandalise Indian Restaurant in London, Spray-paint Racial Slurs

Meera's Village in North-Western London was left thrashed and vandalised in BLM protests
In a shocking incident, an Indian restaurant in Queensbury named 'Meera's Village' was vandalised by violent #BlackLivesMatter protestors. While the restaurant was left ransacked, the vandals also wrote derogatory Indophobic racial slurs on the restaurant's art-wall. Pictures of the incident were shared by a London-resident on Twitter who wrote "We Gujarati’s are a minority community in the UK, smaller than...

Serial Stabbings in Birmingham City Centre – ‘Major Incident’ Declared

Police have confirmed various individuals have been harmed yet their conditions are presently obscure. In an announcement West Midlands Police stated: "We can confirm that at approximately 12.30am today we were called to reports of a stabbing in Birmingham city centre. “We immediately attended, along with colleagues from the ambulance service. “A number of other stabbings were reported in the...

Julian Assange’s mother accuses May of using son to cause distraction from Brexit

Julian Assange was bundled into a police van following his arrest at the Ecuadorian embassy CREDIT:HENRY NICHOLLS/REUTERSJulian Assange's mother has accused Theresa May of using her son's "thuggish" arrest to divert attention from "her Brexit dog's breakfast".Mrs Assange, who pledged to "fight like hell" to clear her son's name, tweeted: "Theresa May trying to divert attention away from her Brexit...

2nd Highest in the World: UK reports 31,914 new COVID cases, 40 deaths

The UK has detailed another 31,914 Covid cases and 40 more deaths, most recent day by day figures show. The figures contrast with the 28,438 new COVID cases and 26 passings revealed last Monday; and 25,161 cases and 37 passings the past Monday. On Sunday, there were 32,253 new cases recorded and 49 individuals were accounted for to have passed on...

PM’s Car Hit by Security After Protestor Jumps Out in Front

Prime Minister Boris Johnson encountered a minor car crash in Westminster after his Jaguar was hit in the rear by his own security team after a protestor jumped out in front of the Prime Minister's car. Nobody was hurt in the incident - including the PM. After the protester ran into the road, the front car then stopped suddenly, forcing the...

No More Social Gatherings of Over Six; Banned in England from Monday

Gatherings of excess of six individuals will be prohibited in England from Monday - with certain exclusions - in the midst of a second wave of Covid cases. The law change will make bigger gatherings meeting anyplace socially inside or outside illegal, the administration said. However, it won't make a difference to schools, work environments or Covid-secure weddings, memorial services and...

Netanyahu to meet Boris Johnson on a suprise visit

Israeli PM will also meet US defence secretary ahead of difficult elections at home The Israeli PM Netanyahu, is travelling to London on Thursday to meet Boris Johnson. The visit has not been briefed on either sides. Netanyahu this week cancelled a scheduled trip to India, citing commitments at home surrounding the imminent general election in Israel. In London, he will also...

Rwanda asylum: Final legal challenges to be heard before flight

Three additional individuals because of the principal flight taking shelter searchers to Rwanda are arranging lawful difficulties before take-off later on Tuesday. They are among eight individuals still on the traveler list after handfuls won legitimate cases and were eliminated. A final desperate effort to impede the flight by and large was dismissed by the Court of Appeal on Monday, nonetheless. The...