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Boris Johnson drops plans to outlaw LGBT conversion therapy

Boris Johnson has dramatically dropped plans for the Government to ban so-called LGBT conversion therapy, it has been confirmed. A leaked Downing Street briefing paper seen by ITV News said “the PM has agreed we should not move forward with legislation” to outlaw the practice. In response, a Government spokesman said they had decided to look at how existing law could be applied more effectively as well as “other non-legislative […]

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Lewis Hamilton I have struggled mentally and emotionally for a long time

Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is “struggling mentally and emotionally” and said it is a “constant effort to keep going”. The seven-time Formula One world champion, who finished 10th at last Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, made the admission via a post on his Instagram story on Thursday. “It has been such a tough year already with everything that is happening around us,” said the 37-year-old. “Hard some days to […]

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Rangers back out of controversial friendly with Celtic in Australia

Rangers have pulled out of the contentious Sydney Super Cup clash with Celtic after claiming the organisers were “unwilling to fulfil their commitments” to the Ibrox club. Fans of both Glasgow giants had protested against their clubs’ decision to sign up to play a friendly in Australia during the break in domestic football for the World Cup. Rangers have now announced they will not take part – three days before […]

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Historic cinema to reopen after two year restoration

The Electric Palace Cinema in Harwich, Essex, was built in 1911 One of the UK’s oldest cinemas is to reopen to the public following a two-year restoration project. The Electric Palace Cinema in Harwich, Essex, was built in 1911, just two years after the introduction of the Cinematograph Act (1909). The Grade II* listed venue has been on the Heritage at Risk Register since 2019 and more than £1.5 million […]

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Subsidising fresh fruit and vegetables would increase consumption by up to 15

That's according to researchers at the University of Warwick Subsidising fresh fruit and vegetables would increase the amount consumers eat by as much as 15%, according to a study. Fixed costs in the supply chain play a significantly larger role in the prices of fruit and vegetables than in those of other foods, increasing the price by at least 40%, researchers at the University of Warwick found. The higher prices […]

todayMarch 30, 2022 19


HSBC breaches competition rules after admitting bundling tactics

More than 200 of HSBC’s small company customers were wrongly told they had to take out a business current account to be able to access a loan, the UK competition watchdog has revealed. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found that HSBC breached banking rules over a nine-year period by telling small firms it was a lending requirement to have a business current account. The move – dubbed “bundling” – […]

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People with a cold urged to stay home and avoid contact under new guidance

It will be issued on April the 1st People in England who have a cough or cold are to be urged to “stay home and avoid contact with other people” under new Government guidance on Covid-19. Those who have a symptoms of a respiratory illness such as a high temperature or “who feel unwell” are being encouraged to stay home until they feel well enough to resume normal activities or […]

todayMarch 29, 2022 15


More than 1000 migrants intercepted crossing the Channel

More than 1,000 people have been intercepted attempting to cross the English Channel in small boats in two days.   The UK authorities brought 395 people ashore from 12 boats on Monday, while another 101 people on four boats were intercepted by the French. A further 386 people on 12 boats were intercepted by the UK on Tuesday and 162 people from seven boats were stopped by the French. This […]

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January 6 riots probe identifies eight hour gap in Trumps phone records

Investigators probing the January 6 insurrection at the US capitol have identified a roughly eight-hour gap in official records of then-president Donald Trump’s phone calls as the violence unfolded and his supporters stormed the building, sources have revealed. The gap extends from just after 11am to about 7pm on January 6 2021, and involves White House calls, according to someone familiar with the investigation. It is unclear if that gap […]

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