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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...

Claims That Trump Got British Ambassador to the US Sacked Emerge

According to The Telegraph's report, Trump may have gotten the former British Ambassador to the US. Sir Darroch resigned in July a year ago after spilled reports uncovered the ambassador had called the Trump organization "ungainly and bumbling". Mr Trump reacted at the time by calling Sir Darroch "an extremely dumb person". The ambassador at that point declared it would be...

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...

Testing and Vaccination increased in Greater Manchester and Lancashire

Covid vaccines and tests are being ventured up in spaces of north-west England to attempt to manage the ascent in instances of the Delta variation. The entire of Greater Manchester and Lancashire will find support from the military to complete additional tests - like the strategies utilized in Bolton. In any case, nearby pioneers have requested additional pokes to inoculate everybody...

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...