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Boris Johnson meets with Narendra Modi for talks on defence and trade

Boris Johnson noted he would not get the same “fantastic welcome” everywhere as he met his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for talks overshadowed by deepening jeopardy over the partygate affair. The Prime Minister was welcomed with a military ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan presidential residence in New Delhi on Friday morning after MPs in Westminster ordered an investigation into whether Mr Johnson lied to Parliament. The Commons investigation was approved […]

todayApril 22, 2022 4

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Ukrainian visa delays are a national embarrassment says British host

Visa delays under the Government’s Homes for Ukraine scheme is a “national disgrace and a national embarrassment”, a British host has said. David Turner, 53, a lawyer from Farnham, Surrey, is sponsoring four Ukrainian refugees but said only one visa has been approved almost five weeks after applying to the scheme. “The way that the Home Office is performing is a national disgrace and a national embarrassment,” Mr Turner told […]

todayApril 22, 2022 4

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Belarusian Tennis Federation seeks legal advice over Wimbledon ban

The Belarusian Tennis Federation is seeking legal advice over Wimbledon’s ban on players from the country while the WTA is threatening “strong reactions” over the decision taken by the All England Club and Lawn Tennis Association. The two bodies announced on Wednesday that players from Russia and Belarus will not be able to enter this summer’s grass-court events because of the actions taken by their countries in Ukraine. Players from […]

todayApril 22, 2022 3

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United Nations names David Attenborough Champion of the Earth

The UN’s Environment Programme (UNEP) has named Sir David Attenborough a Champion of the Earth. The award is in recognition of the environmentalist’s commitment to sharing stories about the natural world and climate change, according to the BBC. In comments carried by the broadcaster, Sir David urged action to prevent further destruction of the planet. “Fifty years ago, whales were on the very edge of extinction worldwide. Then people got […]

todayApril 21, 2022 3

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Jubilee anthem marking the Queens 70 year reign is launched

Opera singer Lesley Garrett has helped to launch a new Jubilee anthem composed in honour of the Queen as a “thank your” for her 70-year reign. The two-part composition features the renowned soprano and West End baritone star Rodney Earl Clarke, along with the London Community Gospel Choir. Garrett said: “I think in a way we’re representing the country and the Commonwealth and hopefully expressing what everyone feels about the […]

todayApril 21, 2022 7

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Piers Morgan reveals first interview on his new show will be with Donald Trump

Piers Morgan has revealed the first interview on his new show will be with former US president Donald Trump. The 57-year-old TV presenter has posted a dramatic video trailer for his conversation with Mr Trump, which will air with the launch of his show, Piers Morgan Uncensored, next week. The 30-second advert shows the two clash over Mr Trump’s claims that the last US election was rigged, and appears to […]

todayApril 21, 2022 3

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Bank warns over impersonation fraud as cases soar by 300

TSB said people should be on alert for fraudsters pretending to be from banks or organisations asking for money. A bank has warned people to be on the alert for scammers as cases of impersonation fraud surge. TSB said the average victim of impersonation fraud loses £4,000, with household names like Royal Mail, Amazon and BT being used to lure unsuspecting people into sending money to scammers. Paul Davis, director […]

todayApril 20, 2022 2

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Internet safety reforms clear first Commons hurdle as MPs give their backing

Proposals for new internet safety laws have cleared their first Commons hurdle, amid calls for ministers to tighten up the measures to combat online hate. MPs gave the Online Safety Bill an unopposed second reading and it will undergo further scrutiny at a later stage, with amendments tabled for consideration. The legislation is expected to force the biggest operators, such as Meta – formerly Facebook – and Google, to abide […]

todayApril 20, 2022 2

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Johnny Depp My use of substances is to numb myself not to party

Johnny Depp says his consumption of drugs and alcohol over the years has never been “for a party” but rather to numb himself from “the ghosts from my youth”. The actor said his “substance abuse” had been “grossly embellished” by Amber Heard and that many of her allegations were “plainly false.” Mr Depp, 58, is suing the Aquaman star for libel over a 2018 article she wrote in The Washington […]

todayApril 20, 2022 2

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