The Johnson administration has imposed localised restrictions in the North East of England, affecting millions, while government scientists have reportedly advised a second nationwide lockdown next month.
Britons have already starting snitching on each other over perceived breaches of the coronavirus ‚rule of six‘, with one woman grassing on people at a wake in a pub garden.
British Conservative politicians including a former party leader have told Joe Biden to stop „lecturing“ Britain on Brexit and worry about stopping the „killing and rioting“ in the U.S.
Joe Biden has waded into the Brexit negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union on the EU’s side, signalling that, as President, he would punish the British for not submitting to EU control over the British province of Northern Irela…
Nigel Farage, a Telegraph journalist, and a fishing boat captain witnessed the French Navy escort into British waters a vessel full of migrants bailing water and return to France without the coastguard or UK Border Force in sight.
The British government is „actively“ considering opening a second migrant camp to house some 250 alleged asylum seekers in Wales, as the illegal boat migration crisis in the UK widens.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has proposed abolishing current European Union asylum rules, suggesting new measures could force member states to take migrants through a “new strong solidarity mechanism”. President Von de…
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rowed back on his ministers‘ statements that Britons should snitch on their neighbours breaching new coronavirus measures — unless they are having hot tub ragers and „Animal House“ parties.
A leading Tory MP announced he will refuse to partake in the Black Lives Matter inspired ‚unconscious bias training‘ in the House of Commons.
The BBC-funding licence fee has seen its sharpest decline in recent history, losing some 256,000 in just one year, as the broadcaster faces a crisis in confidence over its liberal-metropolitan bias.