Russian political pundit Yaakov Kedmi has called for Britain to be bombed “back to the Stone Age” with Vladimir Putin’s new hypersonic Zircon missiles. Mr Kedmi, a former Israeli diplomat, boasted that “one or one and a half” launches of the submarine-based Zircon rocket would
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left behind their posts as senior royals in March 2020, relocating to Meghan’s home state of California. They have scarcely returned to UK turf since their departure, although it was announced they would return for the
The Duke of Sussex joined 5Rights Foundation as it launched the Global Child Online Safety Toolkit webinar, where he spoke from his and Duchess Meghan’s Montecito home about the dangers that the digital world poses to children. Speaking for the first time
Arsenal have been dealt a major blow to their hopes of signing Paulo Dybala after being defeated by Newcastle. The loss means that a place in next season’s Champions League is all but gone, with Tottenham needing only a point from their
Erik ten Hag is facing a major rebuild at Manchester United but has clearly identified one key area for improvement this summer. Reports continue to link the Red Devils with a move for Barcelona playmaker Frenkie de Jong, although they are reportedly
Mr Jones sat down to discuss the Northern Ireland protocol and whether the UK will pull out of it. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Boris Johnson have implied that there may be a possible pull out of the Northern Ireland Brexit deal.
Lancashire MP Jake Berry, founder of the influential Northern Research Group, said: “The party cannot afford to take us for granted. ” Conservative MPs representing seats across the North are to gather next month to debate how the party can continue winning
The Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Szijjarto said that Hungary will need a “solution” to the costs of adapting its energy supply and infrastructure. He stressed that the country will not back the EU proposal to ban all imports of Russian oil otherwise.
With Britain gripped in a cost of living crisis, the former senior cabinet minister has attacked the Bank of England, which was made independent of Government by former Labour Chancellor Gordon Brown, for failing to understand the threat posed to the British
The boss of John Lewis has urged the Government to intervene as rising energy bills and the ongoing cost of living crisis takes its toll on struggling Britons. John Lewis Partnership Chair Sharon White told ITV’s Peston programme that Chancellor Rishi Sunak