The Mail On Sunday must publish a front-page statement about the Duchess of Sussex’s victory in her copyright claim against the newspaper over its publication of a letter to her estranged father,
Treorchy village, in Wales, UK, was hit by some "disturbing events" on Friday and police are looking for witnesses to the incident in question.The officers asked the public to "refrain from posting speculation about the incident".
The Duke of Edinburgh was hospitalised on 16 February as a “precautionary measure” because of an unspecified condition and has remained under medical observation since. Buckingham Palace later revealed that the Queen’s husband has been treated for an infection.
Earl Spencer maintains that BBC journo Martin Bashir tricked his sister Princess Diana into the scandalous interview that revealed intimate details about her husband Prince Charles' infidelity.
Searching for “vaccine” on Amazon will most often have anti-vaccine literature in the top results, which may vary slightly based on the location of the user.
A Cornwall man recently captured a stunning scene off the coast as he cast his gaze out to sea from Gillan, not far from Helston, that left him baffled; netizens poured over the remarkable image, which was posted later on social media.
As part of the post-Brexit trade agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union, goods can move freely through the island of Ireland in effect by keeping Northern Ireland in a customs union. This has been criticised by unionist groups, however, as they oppose separating the devolved territory from Great Britain.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, said this week the UK’s economy had shrunk by 10 percent, the largest fall in 300 years. Clothes retailers - one of the hardest hit sections of the economy - now face an increase in corporation tax, from 19 percent to 25 percent by 2023.
In a coordinated move, the EU on Tuesday unveiled sanctions against four Russian officials for their "roles in the arbitrary arrest, prosecution and sentencing of [Russian opposition figure] Alexei Navalny”; hours later, the US imposed sanctions on seven Russian officials, including Federal Security Service (FSB) director Alexander Bortnikov.
Buckingham Palace announced on Wednesday that it would be investigating allegations that Meghan Markle bullied several staff members during her time as a royal, after a British media report revealed claims the Duchess of Sussex had driven some of her assistants to quit their jobs.
The European Parliament has refused to fix a date for its vote on the post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, infuriated by the British government’s decision to extend a grace period for checks on some food imports to Northern Ireland – something that Brussels perceives as a violation of the Brexit deal.
The 94-year-old monarch is known to have had over 30 dogs throughout her life, and has always been fond of the corgi breed. She has also, until recent years, bred a corgi-dachshund crossbreed, also known as a "dorgi".
The United Kingdom has come under threat from multiple fronts as sentiment in favour of withdrawal from the union has increased. This comes in particular after Britain left the European Union last year.
Only days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s ‘tell-all’ interview with Oprah Winfrey is about to be aired, The Times published a report claiming that Meghan Markle was accused of “bullying” staff in the royal household during her time at the Kensington Palace. The couple’s lawyers deny the accusations.
Myanmar has been embroiled in unrest since the military toppled the elected government and installed a junta in early February. The US, UK, and European Union have since condemned the coup and introduced economic restrictions on the country's new ruling officials.
The United Kingdom's Test and Trace system was introduced last year amid the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures that permitted pubs, restaurants, and other businesses to re-open. It was meant to alert people if they had checked-in to a venue where an infected person was known to have been.
In December 1971, a bomb planted by the loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force exploded in a bar in Belfast frequented by Catholics. Fifteen people died in what was the worst atrocity in The Troubles prior to the 1998 Omagh bombing.
An interview between Princess Diana and BBC interviewer Martin Bashir caused a furore among the British public back in 1995 by revealing intimate details about her marriage to Prince Charles and his infidelity. The interview was watched by nearly 23 million viewers throughout the country.
Rishi Sunak presented the Budget to the UK parliament on Wednesday, announcing a job support scheme extension and a corporate tax increase, slated for 2023.
Disgraced socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, accused of having procured young women for convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has been complaining for months about conditions at the Brooklyn federal jail where she is being held on sex-trafficking charges she has persistently denied.