Downing Street has said in a statement that Mr Johnson will chair a meeting of the Government’s Cobra committee which will discuss a response to the flooding. Flash floods saw him attend areas such as Derbyshire on Friday night to talk with locals and the emergency services. Derbyshire...
To commemorate Remembrance Day Meghan Markle has shared a post on her Instagram account SussexRoyal to “honour those who have bravely served in the Armed Forces”. The post was accompanied with an image of the Duchess with troops from 2014 when she participated in a United Service Organisations...
THE Brexit Party's Dr David Bull is taking the fight straight into Labour's heartlands by confirming he will be contesting Sedgefield, former Prime Minister Tony Blair's old constituency, in next month's general election. And he immediately urged the Tories to agree not to contest the seat in order...
The D-Day landings were a significant operation in World War Two, which took place towards the start of June in 1944 and saw the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord. The landings resulted in a victory for the Allied forces and were the largest seaborne invasion in...
Despite Mr Skinner being a Eurosceptic himself, his seat is under threat due to Labour’s incoherent Brexit policy and its support of a second referendum, however lukewarmly Jeremy Corbyn has advocated for it. Mr Skinner, 87, will be standing in Bolsover, the constituency he has served since June...
Torrential rain last week triggered flash floods across parts of northern England, with Sheffield and Doncaster still struggling with floodwater. Houses in Fishlake in Doncaster are under three feet of water after the River Don burst its banks on Friday.Around half of the 700 residents of Fishlake, near...
Although most of the world’s volcanoes reside on the Ring of Fire, the most dangerous is in Europe.According to experts, Italy’s Mount Vesuvius is the most dangerous volcano in the world, which is not entirely surprising due to its history.In 79CE an eruption from Vesuvius buried the city...
Ms Stuart who served as the chairwoman of the Vote Leave campaign said she would be voting against Labour due to their stance on Brexit. Gisela Stuart was the Labour MP for Birmingham Edgbaston between 1997 to 2017. Gisela Stuart also called for voters to avoid voting for the...
Argentina invaded the Falklands – known by Argentine patriots as the Malvinas – in April 1982, sparking fury in Britain. Celebrations in Buenos Aires would be brief, though, as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher launched "Operation Corporate", sending naval forces to the Islands in a bid to reclaims the...
The Irish Fine Gael politician replied: "Boom times are back so..." Mr Neil shut down the mocking response, saying: "NO boom. No recession. A little worse than France. Better than Germany. A lot better than Italy." He added sarcastically: "What else can I help you with?"The BBC host's comments come...