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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...

Why Priti Patel is right on immigration

On October 1st, Home Secretary Priti Patel addressed the Tory Party conference in Manchester. She owed to 'end the free movement of people once and for all' as she outlined a stricter immigration policy under Boris Johnson's leadership. The Home Secretary pitched for an Australia-like points-based immigration system. A system that could potentially help in filtering out low-skilled migrants, while...

Wales to Have Strikingly Lower COVID Infection Rate Than England or Scotland

This estimation is based on R number - The R number is the number of people that each person with Covid-19 is capable of infecting the other person. If this number exceeds one, the number of people infected with the virus will increase exponentially-but as long as it remains below one, the number of people infected with the virus will...

British Covid Continues to Spread in India

As India faces one of the deadliest waves of the deadly coronavirus in the world, the situation seems to be becoming somewhat improving as positivity declines. Amidst the country's battle with the deadly virus, scientists are working day and night to identify the reason for such a ‘tsunami’ of the pandemic. And one of the main suspects remains the...

Boris set to win 64-seat majority, polls suggest

Polling suggests that Boris Johnson's Conservative Party could win a 64-seat majority in the House of Commons in the coming General Election. The poll of poll, conducted by Electoral Calculus suggests the Conservative Party polling at 42.8%, taking 357 seats in the 650-seat lower house while Corbyn’s Labour Party is polling at 30% - set to lose 55 seats. Another Deltapoll...