Half of Conservative voters think the Tories made a mistake by ditching Boris Johnson earlier this year. New polling by TechneUK for Express.co.uk shows 49 percent of those who backed the party at the last general election believe MPs were wrong to
The Kremlin-linked Wagner Group has helped Russia make some of it first tactical advances in the Donbas region since July, defense officials said Friday. The United Kingdom defense ministry said that over the last three days pro-Russian forces have advanced towards the
House price growth slows to its weakest since July 2020 as mortgage rates spike and experts warn of looming ‘storm clouds’ for British property market Enquiries by new buyers fell for a fifth month in row according to the Royal Institution of
Putin moves to annex 4 regions of Ukraine Fox News correspondent Jeff Paul reports from Kyiv, Ukraine where Russian President Vladimir Putin announced ahead of a United Nations summit that he plans to annex new regions in the war-torn nation on ‘America
The three official July heatwaves took place across the dates 10 to 22, 23 to 25 and 30 to 31. On these days the average death rate was seven percent higher than on the other dates in the same month in England.
The number of UK residential property transactions increased nearly a third year-on-year in July as buyers tried to outpace mortgage rate rises, official figures show. On a non-seasonally adjusted basis, total transactions came in at 110,970 according to HM Revenue & Customs.
TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign reeling from the financial hit of a flurry of social engagements, while another needs to plan their time carefully. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis
The Moon will finish its transit of Leo today to move into Virgo later this evening. Inviting a more devoted, helpful, detail-oriented, and analytical influence, expect to get things done today. But watch out for Mercury’s alignment with critical Saturn, as it might make you
TODAY’S horoscope sees one star sign quite content to do something that involves just themselves, while another needs to heed advice from someone more experienced. What else can you expect? Russell Grant shares his analysis
Nearly half of self-assessment taxpayers say they are struggling to keep up with their payments, as new figures reveal Britons will run up £51 billion in debt in order to meet the 31 July tax deadline. Research from Credit Karma has found