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Saturday, July 31, 2021

Historic Free Trade Deal with EU Reached; PM Hails it in a Press Conference

Boris Johnson has confirmed in a press conference that UK and EU mediators have at last concurred a Brexit deal, only eight days before the change period was to end – in a historic move for Britain. It follows a public interview given by EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen and previous boss moderator Michel Barnier just minutes prior...

Prime Minister to shut down parliament insisting No Deal would be failure

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to shut down Parliament tonight after the second crunch vote on whether to have a general election. It means there will not be another Commons vote until after the five-week shutdown, meaning there won't be an election until November at the earliest. The move is a hammer-blow for Remainers who launched two separate legal bids to...

Before his resignation Smolii lost an action to Kolomoiskyi regarding refinancing guarantee

On June 19, the Economic Court of Kyiv fully satisfied the lawsuit of Ihor Kolomoiskyi against the National Bank of Ukraine and Privatbank (in case No. 10910/5172/19), and on July 27, the Northern Economic Court of Appeal opened an appellate proceeding on the National Bank's appeal petition against the specified judgment of first instance. In his lawsuit, Ihor Kolomoiskyi asked...

Boat, Hotel, Weekend Parties – More Than 70 Breach COVID Lockdown Measures in London

Police have found in excess of 70 individuals celebrating on a boat in west London in penetrate of Covid lockdown measures. Officials were called to Volt Avenue, North Acton not long after 11pm on Saturday to reports of a huge social affair on a secured boat. The gathering was scattered and a sum of 72 individuals were accounted for the thought...

David Cameron claims Johnson ‘didn’t believe in’ Brexit; backed to up his career

The ex-Tory leader says BoJo threw his weight behind the campaign even though he was “certain the Brexit side would lose”. The former PM says Boris wanted to “become the darling of the party” using the referendum to ensure others, including Michael Gove, did not “win that crown”. He says: “The conclusion I am left with is that he risked an...

Ravoshia Is Taking The United Kingdom By Storm

Here in the United Kingdom Ravoshia (pronounced Raa-vash-shia) is evolving into a driving force with multiple popular radio stations playing Fashion Killa, the recording artist’s latest single to make headlines. The UK seems to have a strong fondness for the artist’s overall flair. Actually, she is part British as being from Bermuda which is a British owned Caribbean island....

In a first, discussion on racism in UK held in the Indian Parliament

For the first time ever, issues like racism in the UK have been raised in the Indian Parliament. India's External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar expressed concern, asserting that the matter will be taken up with Britain with "great candor". In the backdrop of the allegation of racism by Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle against the British Royal family and...

PM could demand EU to refuse Brexit delay as part of exit agreement

Prime Minister Boris Johnson could ask the EU to rule out giving Britain a third Brexit delay to give MPs a stark choice between his deal and no deal. The Prime Minister is set to officially reveal his plans to get an agreement signed off with Brussels within days as he vowed: "We do have a solution." As part of the...

Coronavirus: Labour calls for next year’s GCSE and A-level exams to be delayed

Labour has called for next year's GCSE and A-level exams to be delayed to mid-summer in order to help deal with the impact of coronavirus. Shadow education secretary Kate Green said students entering Year 11 and 13 in September, who have lost up to six months of teaching time, face "a mountain to climb" unless the timetable is modified. Ms Green...

UK Faces Vaccine Shortage, Pharma Giants Still in Denial

Drug goliaths Pfizer and AstraZeneca have dismissed an NHS guarantee that the UK is confronting a COVID-19 vaccine shortage, asserting there is no danger to provisions. The two driving immunization makers both said they stay on course to meet their conveyance responsibilities and denied they were confronting disturbance in provisions. Their disobedient assertions seemed to negate a letter to immunization focuses...