Scenes from the airport show long queues as tourists wait to join the queue. One passenger claimed there were more than 1,000 people waiting in the queues. One Twitter user shared images from inside the terminal. They wrote: “At @manchesterairp Manchester Airport.
The former Brexit Party MEP insisted the deal Boris Johnson signed in December 2020 has left the UK still enmeshed with the European Union’s regulatory system instead of fully independent. He claimed the failure to negotiate a better deal means the country
Weather forecasting platform Netweather described how temperatures will soar as next week wears on. It said the outlook may reach “heatwave criteria” as temperatures break the 30C barrier. The service predicted: “High pressure will extend east across the southern half of Britain
The Spanish National Police, in collaboration with the Turkish police, has arrested 90 people who distributed false documents on Tuesday. The organisation captured customers through social networks in Spain, once they received half of the payment for the document, they manufactured it
NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The number of Australians admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 hit a record of about 5,450 on Monday, official data showed, as the spread of highly contagious new Omicron subvariants strains the healthcare system nationwide.
The BBC will see a review of its TV licence fee delayed as the UK waits for the Conservative Party to select the next Prime Minister. The current system has been facing heavy criticism for years, as proponents of defunding the BBC
The smart mobility technology from rolling stock manufacturer Hitachi Rail is being trialled in the city of Genoa, Italy. Hitachi has digitally connected a whopping 663 buses, 2,500 bus stops, the metro line — which is used by 15 million people per
Scientists from Breakthrough Listen may have found alien signal William Sachiti, a roboticist and artificial intelligence entrepreneur, has purchased the Royal Air Force (RAF) Neatishead system – a huge radar machine which once beamed out microwaves to warn of an incoming nuclear
The news comes as Russia and China have upped their respective hypersonic missile programmes, with Moscow in particular sabre-rattling international security with the so-called SATAN 2 missile capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads at hypersonic speeds. Continuous threats made on Russian state television show
Martin Roberts discusses the rise in house prices The average time for a property purchase from accepted offer to completion in the year to date is now 133 days. Bureaucracy, long-winded legal procedures, council red tape and a shortage of lawyers and