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Friday, January 22, 2021

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...

Kolomoiskyi Wins the Trial Against Hontareva After She Accused Him of “Bullying”

Ukrainian billionaire Kolomoiskyi Ihor Valeriiovych won a court trial on the protection of honor and dignity against the former Chairwoman of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeriia Hontareva, who accused him of persecution, UNIAN agency reported. Hontareva at the end of August 2019 reported that she was hit by a car in London. Previously she had stated that Kolomoiskyi was...

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...

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...

The Egyptian Ahmed Zulficar to penetrate the UK market

Ahmed Zulficar
From Egypt to Russia and now they’re coming to London! Over the last 3 years alone, Ahmed Zulficar along with an investment entity have connected $125million of capital, showcased to over 5000 high net-worth investors and investment groups at events spanning 6 countries and 12 cities. This year, due to the unforeseen circumstance of COVID-19, Ahmed Zulficar has gone completely virtual...

Another lockdown could be imposed as second coronavirus wave hits the country

A second public lockdown during Christmas is being considered by the Boris Johnson administration after the revelation of chilling papers anticipating that Covid cases, this colder time of year could exceed the 85,000 visualized in the administration's "most dire outcome imaginable". Recently delivered reports from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) caution the size of Covid-19's spread all through...

In the UK, flying is now cheaper than trains

Choosing to fly rather than taking the train could save you hundreds of pounds as formulated by a new research. According to the research, it is because 60 per cent of long-distance journeys in Britain are cheaper by plane than rail. The analysis, carried out by the Times, showed that commuters could save up to £104 per return journey if they...

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...

New Covid tier system comes into power in England

Britain has gotten back to a layered arrangement of Covid limitations after its second public lockdown finished. The harder new framework came into power on Wednesday in the wake of being endorsed by MPs in a Commons vote on Tuesday. The public authority said the move would help "defend the additions made during the previous month", regardless of 55 Tories casting...