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Saturday, January 16, 2021

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...

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...

Russia Report: Report Claiming Moscow Intervened in UK General Elections to be Released

After a delay of 9 months, the Russia report is set to be released this Thursday. The report is to claim that Russia intervened in the last UK general elections as well as the Scottish Freedom referendum. However, there are no evidences that Moscow manipulated the EU referendum. Initially, the report's publication was delayed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson before...

Major boost for PM as France threatens to veto further Brexit delays

France has threatened to refuse another Brexit delay, its foreign minister said today, as he blasted "we're not going to do this every three months". Jean-Yves Le Drian gave Boris Johnson an unexpected boost as he said the country would not accept an extension to the October 31 Brexit deadline. The UK government wants to remove the Irish backstop, which would...

1-month lockdown announced as Boris takes a u-turn

Britain will enter a four-week lockdown on Thursday, closing bars, eateries and superfluous shops and heaping analysis on Boris Johnson for neglecting to act prior when his researchers instructed him to. The new closure – which the leader more than once demanded would not be essential – will likewise force controls on movement, prohibit families from blending inside homes and...

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...

Boris Johnson ‘could be jailed’ for contempt of court

Prime Minister Johnson could go to prison if he refuses to delay Brexit, the former Director of Public Prosecutions has said. Lord MacDonald, 66, said today that should Johnson decide to ignore a bill which prevents a No Deal exit he could face prosecution. This is because, should Johnson ignore the bill, he could be found in contempt of court. Asked...

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...

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...

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...