21 September 2021
Wings wave as the An-225 left Shannon this morning
British PM Johnson says UK anti-racism protests 'hijacked by extremists'1 year ago
British PM Johnson says UK anti-racism protests 'hijacked by extremists'
1 year ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was "absurd and shameful" that the statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square was at risk of attack from anti-racism protesters after it was covered up, adding: "We cannot try to edit or censor our past."
1 year ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is "absurd and shameful" the Winston Churchill national monument should be at risk of attack by protesters
1 year ago
Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon and Welsh first minister Mark Drakeford write to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to request an extension to the Brexit transition period which is due to end on 31 December
1 year ago
Department of Health says 8,117 people who tested positive for COVID19 between 28 May and 3 June had their case referred to the contact tracing system and 31,794 contacts have been identified and of those 26,985 people have been contacted and told to self-isolate
1 year ago
British foreign minister Dominic Raab says the solution to the unrest in HongKong and its underlying causes cannot be imposed by Beijing
1 year ago
The FCO is giving the British Council an emergency loan of £60 million to help the organisation avoid insolvency. The body – which promotes UK cultural and educational relations around the world – has been severely damaged by the coronavirus pandemic
Toppled statue of Slave Trader Edward Colston will be retrieved from the harbour and exhibited in museum - Bristol City Council
1 year ago
German Foreign ministry spokesman says Germany to strongly advise against travel to even after June 15 over UK quarantine rules
1 year ago
A statue of Robert Milligan, an 18th century slave trader, is being removed from outside a London museum
ONS data shows the number of deaths involving COVID19 in care homes registered by 29 May in England was 12,8281 year ago
ONS data shows the number of deaths involving COVID19 in care homes registered by 29 May in England was 12,828
1 year ago
A telephone call between the British and Egyptian Foreign Ministers to discuss the Libyan file
1 year ago
British Foreign Secretary: a close partnership between Egypt and the United Kingdom in seeking to resolve the issues of Libya and the Middle East
1 year ago
Sadiq Khan tells LBC that while the UK is progressive, and especially London, it is undeniable we live in a racist society.
1 year ago
Prince Andrew has offered to assist the US department of justice "on at least three occasions this year" in its investigation into Jeffrey Epstein, his lawyers say
British oil giant BP says to cut 10,000 jobs
1 year ago
Twelve people have been arrested as part of the ongoing demonstrations in central London. The majority of the arrests were for public order offences. A total of eight officers have received injuries
Metropolitan Police says a dispersal order has been authorised within the city of Westminster until 6am tomorrow after "scenes of violence and disorder at today's demonstration"
Projectiles thrown. a line of police are getting in formation1 year ago
Projectiles thrown. a line of police are getting in formation
Protester swings from a Union Flag on the Cenotaph1 year ago
Protester swings from a Union Flag on the Cenotaph
A protestor just made a poor attempt to set the flag on the Cenotaph alight.   Riot police swiftly moved in and pushed back the crowd.1 year ago
A protestor just made a poor attempt to set the flag on the Cenotaph alight. Riot police swiftly moved in and pushed back the crowd.
It's exploded into violence again as another squad of police outside Parliament is pelted with objects.1 year ago
It's exploded into violence again as another squad of police outside Parliament is pelted with objects.
Reinforcement arrives as injured officer walks away from scene1 year ago
Reinforcement arrives as injured officer walks away from scene
Protesters clashing with police as they try arresting a man1 year ago
Protesters clashing with police as they try arresting a man
Robert Peel status in London vandalized1 year ago
Robert Peel status in London vandalized
Scene at the Black lives matter George Floyd protest outside Downing Street in London , bottles are being thrown at the police. Video : rachaelvenables1 year ago
Scene at the Black lives matter George Floyd protest outside Downing Street in London , bottles are being thrown at the police. Video : rachaelvenables
In Bristol, Black Lives Mattters protesters removed the statue of Edward Colston, a slave trader who developed the city in the 15th century. The statue was then thrown into a canal
A new team of police officers arrives to replace those guarding the gates to Downing Street, to a chorus of boos and a few plastic bottles thrown in their direction. Protests1 year ago
A new team of police officers arrives to replace those guarding the gates to Downing Street, to a chorus of boos and a few plastic bottles thrown in their direction. Protests
Appears those guarding the Winston Churchill statue were moved on by police. It was then trashed1 year ago
Appears those guarding the Winston Churchill statue were moved on by police. It was then trashed
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