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PM condemns extremist forces in address

Amid community tensions exacerbated by the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Conservative leader urges voters to "eradicate this poison" and characterizes the outcome of the Rochdale by-election as "hugely concerning." During a national address from Downing Street, Rishi Sunak vehemently opposed "extremist forces attempting to rend us apart."

Galloway despises PM, slams Sunak after Rochdale win

Rishi Sunak described George Galloway's by-election victory as "hysterical" and stated that the Labour Party representative "rejects the horror of what occurred on October 7." When asked about the Prime Minister's speech condemning extremism, George Galloway stated he "despises" Rishi Sunak.

Rwanda asylum scheme costs may reach £500m: watchdog

The Home Office has so far declined to specify how much the United Kingdom has agreed to pay Kigali in addition to the £290 million already confirmed under the stalled plan. A National Audit Office report, however, has revealed millions in additional costs. The cost of the stalled Rwanda asylum programme could soar to half a billion pounds, according to an investigation by the public spending watchdog.

Sunak pledges £54m for Jewish community security

Community Security Trust (CST), a charity that protects Jewish communities in the United Kingdom, will receive additional funds to maintain security measures until 2028. Rishi Sunak has announced the allocation of £72 million to assist Jewish schools, synagogues, and other community institutions in bolstering their security.

Police ‘assessing’ Lee Anderson hate speech complaint

The Metropolitan Police has confirmed receiving a report against an MP on Saturday, in response to the Ashfield politician's comments about the Mayor of London. A report of hate speech lodged against Lee Anderson for his claim that "Islamists" had taken control of London and its mayor, Sadiq Khan, is currently being "evaluated" by the police.

Sunak urged to strip Truss’s whip for conspiracy theories

Recent media appearances in the United States, during which the former Prime Minister claimed her economic strategy was "sabotaged" by the left, have earned her criticism. Labour has urged Rishi Sunak to consider the removal of the whip from Liz Truss in light of the controversy surrounding her appearance in the United States.

Business News

New share sale brings Rising Tide near $1bn

Tide, established in 2015, is on the verge of announcing a secondary share sale that could make it the latest British technology unicorn. The business banking services platform, Tide, is close to completing a share offering that will potentially value it at $1 billion, joining the ranks of the latest British fintech unicorns.

A family forfeits £165 due to a Ryanair check-in dispute

A passenger who prevailed in his dispute with Ryanair over the £165 airport check-in fee has stated that he has no regrets about flying with the airline. "At that moment, I was so angry that I felt compelled to attempt something. It ruined a few days of my holiday," explained Damian Lloyd, a father of two from Neath.

Currys declines Elliott’s second offer to acquire the company

Currys has declined Elliott's second takeover proposal, stating that the electronics retailer was "substantially undervalued." Elliott increased the retailer's valuation from £700 million earlier this month to approximately £757 million. The British firm is in competition with Chinese rival JD.com, which has also indicated interest in acquiring the American company.

Sony to close London Playstation studio and layoff 900 jobs

Several locations in the United Kingdom are expected to be impacted by the announcement, attributed to significant shifts in the gaming industry. Sony has disclosed its intention to eliminate 900 positions throughout its PlayStation division, including operations in the United Kingdom. The Japan-based company informed employees via email that the PlayStation London studio would be shut down in accordance with the proposals.

Post Office chief under inquiry, ex-chair says

MPs were taken aback by the former chairman of the Post Office's assertion that Nick Read, the current CEO of the organisation, is the subject of an investigation. During a hearing to debate compensation payments to sub-postmasters at the centre of the Horizon scandal, Henry Staunton levied the accusation.

Renowned Renault 5 reappears as £25,000 retro electric car

In 2021, when Renault unveiled an electric concept car based on the cult classic Renault 5, there was tremendous anticipation. The pivotal inquiry was whether Renault would revive its icon from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s with an antiquated aesthetic.

Investigation targets eight homebuilders for housing shortfall

Private developers, who construct the majority of newly constructed homes in the United Kingdom, do not diversify the types and quantities of housing they construct to satisfy the needs of various communities, including affordable housing.

Next considers cosmetics chain rescue The Body Shop

Administrators have been approached by the FTSE-100 fashion retailer and prolific acquirer of troubled high street chains about a potential transaction involving a portion of The Body Shop's assets. Subsequently, administrators of The Body Shop have been approached about a possible transaction to acquire components of the troubled cosmetics chain.

World News

EU credibility at risk over silence on Israel’s Gaza war: MP

Europe's credibility regarding its ability to comment on Russia's actions in Ukraine would be jeopardized if it maintained its silence on Gaza, according to one Belgian lawmaker. This individual is one of over two hundred legislators who have endorsed a letter advocating for an arms embargo on Israel.

Kenya, Haiti sign ‘reciprocal’ police deployment agreement: Ruto

President William Ruto of Kenya has announced that a "reciprocal" agreement has been reached between Kenya and Haiti regarding the deployment of Kenyan police to oversee a United Nations-backed law and order mission in the gang-ridden Caribbean nation.

Iran holds parliamentary, assembly elections amid economic concerns

In an election marred by discontent over economic difficulties and restrictions on political and social liberties, Iranians are electing a new parliament. Friday's election will serve as the initial official gauge of public sentiment following the anti-government demonstrations of 2022-2023, which precipitated some of the most severe political unrest since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Governor transforms ‘no-go’ city into tourist hotspot

A mile-long strip in the port city of Esmeraldas, Ecuador, is alive with laughter and Latin rhythms. The main road along the seafront, flanked on one side by the azure waters and pristine white sands of the Pacific Ocean and on the other by bustling bars and restaurants, is in the midst of summer, funfair season, and festival time.

Israel’s municipal elections; Gaza war impacts turnout, mood

Tuesday marked the election of mayors and local council members for 197 municipalities and cities, as well as 45 regional council representatives, by the Israeli people. Voting commenced at 7:00 am and was scheduled to conclude at 10:00 pm in elections that had been postponed twice as a result of Israel's ongoing assault on Gaza—from January 31 to Tuesday—following October 31.

Navalny’s lawyer arrested in Moscow, reports say

The attorney for the deceased Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, who was incarcerated earlier this month, was reportedly apprehended in Moscow. According to Russian media outlets, Vasily Dubkov was apprehended on suspicion of "obstructing public order."

Germany validates Salameh probe

Prosecutors in Germany have issued an arrest warrant for the former head of the central bank of Lebanon and verified they are conducting an investigation into allegations of money laundering and other illicit activities. The investigation includes Riad Salameh, the former governor of Lebanon's central bank from 1993 to 2023, his brother Raja, and additional suspects, the Munich public prosecutor's office confirmed on Tuesday, according to Reuters.

At least 15 slain in Burkina Faso Catholic church attack

The violence on Sunday in the village of Essakane was described as a "terrorist attack" by the vicar-general of the Catholic Diocese of Dori, Essakane, Abbot Jean-Pierre Sawadogo. He stated that twelve attendees were killed at the scene, and three more succumbed to their wounds while being treated.

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SCIENCE NEWS

Graphic shows planets’ grim fate as Sun dies

An extensive enumeration of potential catastrophes appears, from robot annihilation to a comprehensive nuclear conflict. However, if those dreadful destinies foreshadow us, there is one catastrophe that the planet cannot avert. A horrifying diagram illustrates the Sun's transformation into a colossal "red giant" star, which will engulf the entire solar system as we know it.

ISS Russian segment air leak, crew safe

The occurrence of a breach on the International Space Station is not unprecedented. NASA has confirmed that a Zvezda module on the Russian side of the orbiting laboratory is releasing air through a 3-foot-diameter hole. As a result of the module's isolation from the remainder of the space station, the seven astronauts aboard are thankfully not at risk.

Urgent regulations needed to prevent space race war

To avert a nuclear war triggered by the 'Wild West' competition for space resources, the international community needs immediate regulations, warned a British expert who contributed to NASA's Mars mission.

Meta forms team against EU election disinformation

Marco Pancini, Head of EU affairs at Meta, stated that the "EU-specific Elections Operations Centre" would bring together experts from across the company to tackle misinformation, influence operations, and threats stemming from the misuse of artificial intelligence.

NASA’s Odysseus lunar craft tips over after moon landing fail

Spacecraft tips over, remains operational Solar energy generation hindered Optimism for operational capabilities The first privately-owned spacecraft to land on the moon has "tipped over on its side," but NASA confirms that the craft is "alive and well." Data previously provided to Intuitive Machines indicated that Odysseus was positioned with its six feet...

FBI, Homeland Security probe AT&T outage for hack

Federal and security agencies are investigating if a cyberattack, notably a DDOS attack, caused the recent widespread U.S. cellular disruption. While the downtime could owe to hackers targeting 911 services or extracting data, a severe solar flare coinciding with the outage raises alternate theories. Past incidents suggest cloud misconfiguration and cybersecurity lapses as potential culprits. The true cause remains undetermined.

LIFE STYLE NEWS

More women psychopaths, lists 7 signs

Not to mention violent criminals, on-screen psychopaths such as Tom Ripley and Patrick Bateman are typically male. This may bolster the notion that the overwhelming majority of psychopaths are male, but an academic now argues that this perception may be erroneous. Dr. Clive Boddy, an expert at Anglia Ruskin University, asserts that female psychopaths are "more prevalent than we realise" due to the fact that studies have long been unable to identify them.

Singles as happy or happier than married couples

According to scientific research, there is no discernible difference in happiness or health between married and single individuals. Researchers compared the mental and physical health of individuals who were married and those who had never exchanged vows. The University of California researchers stated that there was "little evidence" that marriage improved long-term wellbeing.

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Rare Werner goal ignites Tottenham comeback win over Palace

What was it like to witness the transformation of water into wine at that ceremony in Cana? How did it feel to be in Smyrna when the flames refused St. Polycarp's body to consume? Are the sacred waters of Lourdes truly curative for lameness? As it happens, miracles do occur, and one of the most unlikely occurred at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when Timo Werner scored.

‘How nice’: Pep Guardiola relishes City’s title-defining trio of games

Manchester City's march towards claiming the treble last season was relatively routine compared to the events that unfolded three months later. They participated in four contests, prevailing 16-0 on aggregate in two Premier League and two cup matches. While this may have appeared simple, it effectively demonstrated to their rivals that they were serious about conducting business.

Horner acquitted, but Red Bull’s secrecy hurts F1

Christian Horner, who was ultimately exonerated on Wednesday after a lengthy investigation into alleged inappropriate behaviour by Red Bull, has maintained an unwavering stance in his denial. Without a doubt, he will feel vindicated, whereas the parent company of his team, Red Bull GmbH, which initiated the investigation, hopes that this concludes the matter permanently. They are not deserving of such magnanimity.

Lauren Hemp double helps Lionesses beat Italy easily

England's elimination from the Olympics and subsequent failure to advance to the Nations League finals at the end of 2023 may have contributed to a further decline in the country's standing. Conversely, they discussed resets, new beginnings, and fresh starts. They put that rhetoric into practice in Spain, where they defeated Italy 5-1 and Austria 7-2 on Friday night to launch their push to retain the European title the following year.

Travel News

A family forfeits £165 due to a Ryanair check-in dispute

A passenger who prevailed in his dispute with Ryanair over the £165 airport check-in fee has stated that he has no regrets about flying with the airline. "At that moment, I was so angry that I felt compelled to attempt something. It ruined a few days of my holiday," explained Damian Lloyd, a father of two from Neath.

UK eyes 2026 for driverless tech on motorways

UK eyes 2026 for driverless tech on motorways

Rail rates in England could jump 4.9% in March

Rail rates in England could jump 4.9% in March

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Legitimately Blonde survey – happily camp patch up is in the pink

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Study reveals denying existence of structural racism is linked to anti-black prejudice

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HEALTH NEWS

Covid ‘pandemic newborns’ two ‘fascinating’ biological modifications

According to researchers from University College Cork in Ireland, children born during the global lockdown period of COVID-19 were found to have an altered gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is an ecosystem of beneficial and detrimental bacteria that aids digestion, eliminates pathogenic bacteria, and regulates the immune system.

Fibre supplement boosts memory in 12 weeks: Scientists

In just 12 weeks, a daily fibre supplement can enhance cognitive function in individuals over the age of 60, according to a study. Researchers from King's College London discovered that the inexpensive tablets, available at health food stores, can improve performance on memory tests that identify early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

By 2030, getting kids into sports saves $80BILLION

A report claims that increasing minors' sports participation by 25 percent by 2030 could save the nation tens of billions of dollars in medical expenses. A declining percentage of American children aged six to seventeen follow the daily physical activity recommendation of one hour, while the prevalence of adolescent obesity has surged, affecting one in every five children.

Drinking, cooking, brushing wrong per obscure Government advice

You might be consuming tap water incorrectly. Additionally, you might be cleansing your teeth and boiling your potatoes improperly. Unknown government advice urges us to alter our tap water consumption to reduce the risk of encountering potentially hazardous substances.

Red states to teach 9-year-olds anti-abortion

Several Republican-led states are considering legislation to mandate schoolchildren watch 'Baby Olivia,' an anti-abortion video with disputed fetal development claims. Physicians challenge the accuracy of the video, suggesting developmental milestones are misrepresented. Critics argue it manipulates emotions without scientific backing. Approximately 2.3 million children could be affected if these proposals become law, starting at different grades depending on the state. The video is already in use in North Dakota schools following recent legislation.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Organisers confirmed on Wednesday that the actor, best known for her role as Jules Vaughn in the hit HBO series, joined over a hundred protesters in the lobby of NBCUniversal headquarters at 30 Rockefeller Plaza on Monday to demand a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict.
An Australian photographer alleges that Taylor Swift's father struck him in Sydney following the singer's concert. Ben McDonald reported to the police that the incident occurred at Neutral Bay Wharf, shortly after Swift and her father disembarked from their yacht, several hours after the singer's final performance in the city.
Amy Schumer, an actress and director, revealed that she received high-dose corticosteroid injections that led to Cushing's Syndrome. After a slew of comments about her face—including fans noting it looked "puffier" in recent television interviews—she disclosed her condition. Schumer initially attributed the change in her appearance to endometriosis in her response.

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Panama’s wild beauty: “I feel dozens of hummingbirds’ wing-draught

Suddenly, the road goes off the rails. Deep craters spread like a rash, then become pits that enlarge into rain-filled gaps. An elderly man...

UK banking system ‘secure’ after Credit Suisse rescue

After regulators approved a Credit Suisse rescue plan to calm bank anxiety, the UK's central bank deemed banks "safe". After regulators worked overnight, UBS bought...

Grammy-winning artist Anita Pointer passes away at age 74.

Anita Pointer, a member of the Grammy-winning Pointer Sisters, has passed away at the age of 74, according to her publicist. She passed away in...

OPINION NEWS

Johnny Depp Wins Defamation Case Against Amber Heard

The Jury has returned their unanimous verdict that Johnny Depp has won his defamation case against Amber Heard as she was requested to pay the entertainer $15m in damages.

Gene-edited tomatoes: British scientists create tomato with ‘souped-up’ vitamin D

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Coronavirus: ‘Rather than indications of work, I awakened winded, sweat-soaked and hot’ – nurture shares story of her lockdown child

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Ruler Philip: ‘A limit with regards to unrestrained thoughtfulness yet narrow minded of faff’ – my recollections of the duke

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Richard Teatum of Doncaster buys more Joules stock.

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How Olivia Newton-last John’s dress from Grease became a global phenomenon.

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The greatest beach dresses and accessories for summer are airy and breezy.

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Drone hits Russian apartment block; Ukraine blamed

Early on Saturday, one hundred individuals were evacuated after a residential building in St. Petersburg was struck by a drone. On Saturday morning, a Russian apartment building consisting of five stories was struck by a drone, prompting certain Russian media outlets to attribute the incident to Ukraine. St. Petersburg building occupants reported an eerie explosion, followed by a fire, shortly after 7:00 a.m. local time.

Rare Werner goal ignites Tottenham comeback win over Palace

What was it like to witness the transformation of water into wine at that ceremony in Cana? How did it feel to be in Smyrna when the flames refused St. Polycarp's body to consume? Are the sacred waters of Lourdes truly curative for lameness? As it happens, miracles do occur, and one of the most unlikely occurred at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when Timo Werner scored.

Protection of climate refugees requires legal definition

Amidst the panels and meeting rooms of the United Nations Climate Conference (COP28) in Dubai the previous year, the phrases "climate migrants" and "climate refugees" reverberated significantly. Prominent United Nations officials, external stakeholders, academicians, and activists contending with climate change's repercussions enthusiastically employed these designations. 

Clapham shooting: Moped pursuit gun drops wound two women

Two women were injured when a fallen firearm discharged during a police pursuit of a moped. At 16:55 GMT on Friday, the Metropolitan Police reported that officers were pursuing two individuals who failed to stop in Clapham. According to the force, the moped also collided with an individual from the public and subsequently crashed.

Covid ‘pandemic newborns’ two ‘fascinating’ biological modifications

According to researchers from University College Cork in Ireland, children born during the global lockdown period of COVID-19 were found to have an altered gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is an ecosystem of beneficial and detrimental bacteria that aids digestion, eliminates pathogenic bacteria, and regulates the immune system.

People awake to snowfall during the initial weekend of spring

According to the Met Office, it arrived during the coldest portion of the night, and low pressure provided it with "more energy" than computer models had predicted. The winter season began with snowfall over the first weekend of spring. After temperatures hovered just above freezing on Friday evening, Saturday awoke residents in Bristol to 4–5 centimeters of snow.

EU credibility at risk over silence on Israel’s Gaza war: MP

Europe's credibility regarding its ability to comment on Russia's actions in Ukraine would be jeopardized if it maintained its silence on Gaza, according to one Belgian lawmaker. This individual is one of over two hundred legislators who have endorsed a letter advocating for an arms embargo on Israel.

Dad demands cyber-bullying law following daughter’s death

Cyberbullying, according to the father of a girl who committed suicide, should be criminalized to safeguard children. Before Mia Janin's death at the age of 14 in March 2021, her parents were unaware that students at her London school were using social media to harass her. Father Mariano Janin stated that new legislation was required for the issue to affect worldwide and said that "greater vigilance is required, and I wish for the system to function."

Graphic shows planets’ grim fate as Sun dies

An extensive enumeration of potential catastrophes appears, from robot annihilation to a comprehensive nuclear conflict. However, if those dreadful destinies foreshadow us, there is one catastrophe that the planet cannot avert. A horrifying diagram illustrates the Sun's transformation into a colossal "red giant" star, which will engulf the entire solar system as we know it.

PM condemns extremist forces in address

Amid community tensions exacerbated by the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Conservative leader urges voters to "eradicate this poison" and characterizes the outcome of the Rochdale by-election as "hugely concerning." During a national address from Downing Street, Rishi Sunak vehemently opposed "extremist forces attempting to rend us apart."

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Drone hits Russian apartment block; Ukraine blamed

Early on Saturday, one hundred individuals were evacuated after a residential building in St. Petersburg was struck by a drone. On Saturday morning, a Russian apartment building consisting of five stories was struck by a drone, prompting certain Russian media outlets to attribute the incident to Ukraine. St. Petersburg building occupants reported an eerie explosion, followed by a fire, shortly after 7:00 a.m. local time.

Rare Werner goal ignites Tottenham comeback win over Palace

What was it like to witness the transformation of water into wine at that ceremony in Cana? How did it feel to be in Smyrna when the flames refused St. Polycarp's body to consume? Are the sacred waters of Lourdes truly curative for lameness? As it happens, miracles do occur, and one of the most unlikely occurred at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when Timo Werner scored.

Protection of climate refugees requires legal definition

Amidst the panels and meeting rooms of the United Nations Climate Conference (COP28) in Dubai the previous year, the phrases "climate migrants" and "climate refugees" reverberated significantly. Prominent United Nations officials, external stakeholders, academicians, and activists contending with climate change's repercussions enthusiastically employed these designations. 

Clapham shooting: Moped pursuit gun drops wound two women

Two women were injured when a fallen firearm discharged during a police pursuit of a moped. At 16:55 GMT on Friday, the Metropolitan Police reported that officers were pursuing two individuals who failed to stop in Clapham. According to the force, the moped also collided with an individual from the public and subsequently crashed.