Disabled John Godfrey, 71, is facing court action for the care given to Beryl Godfrey, who died in 2015. The original bill was for £53,480, but it has been accruing interest at a rate of £82 every week. Mr Godfrey, of Kinnesswood in Kinross-shire, said: "We fought our best...
Queen Elizabeth II has been ordered to "screw protocol" and share her views on what the British Government ought to do to rein in the Brexit debate. Members of the Royal Family traditionally avoid direct involvement into politics to protect their neutrality but Boris Johnson's decision to seek...
Apollo 15 returned to Earth with 1,400 photos, contributing a major scientific legacy for Moon researchers. But now it has sensationally been claimed the amazing footage shows more than it first appears. Self-Proclaimed alien life expert Scott waring took to his etdatabase.com blog to speculate about the vintage...
Boris Johnson is rated more favourably than Jeremy Corbyn across almost every social group, except Londoners, Remainers and the young, a new poll has found. According to YouGov, 38 percent of Britons have a favourable view of the Prime Minister, compared to 54 percent who have an unfavourable...
The Prime Minister explained the extra funding will not only “make the world safer” but also create hi-tech jobs in the UK. Mr Johnson added his heart “bursts with pride” when he sees the Armed Services doing anything. The spending pledge comes as the Brexiteer earmarked an extra...
Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian President, still denies that his country were involved in the devastating strikes on two Saudi oil plants in Abqaiq and Khurais. Meanwhile, Houthi rebels who are based in Yemen and aligned with Tehran have claimed responsibility for the attack, releasing satellite imagery that supposedly...
Ever since Britain voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum on June 23, 2016, it immediately became clear France and Germany would play big roles in the negotiations. Paris and Berlin have always been known as the key players in the bloc and have often...
Classrooms, lecture halls and offices across the globe are expected to have many empty seats as students and activists go on strike to demand urgent action on climate change, in what is expected to be the largest climate protest in history. The protests, planned in over 130 countries,...
Savannah Hart was visiting England for a family holiday when she misplaced her toy, named Harriet. Her mother Katie realised the toy was missing the day after they visited the palace. But she could not find Harriet before they had to return home to Australia.Ms Hart told Australian...
Austrian MPs have urged the Government to veto the EU’s draft trade agreement with Mercosur following a vote in Austrian parliament’s EU subcommittee. Mercosur, which groups Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, agreed one of the world’s biggest trade deals with the 28-member bloc this summer after 20 years...