Women’s March 2019: Thousands of women attend protest in London against austerity

Thousands of demonstrators marched through London today ahead of the anniversary of Donald Trump‘s inauguration as President. The now-annual march first took place on January 21, 2017, with hundreds of thousands of women gathering across the world, including in London and in Washington DC. This year’s protest had the theme ‘bread and roses’, in honour

How Brexit unravelled – Today in Focus podcast | News

It has been a crushing week for Theresa May. On Tuesday, parliament rejected her Brexit deal in the biggest ever government defeat on the floor of the House of Commons. Chris Wilkins, Theresa May’s former director of strategy, takes Anushka Asthana on May’s Brexit journey, from the steps of Downing Street in July 2016 to

‘Escape artist’ rhea on the run for weeks in Oxfordshire

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe large flightless bird was seen in the road at Chiltern Bank An “escape artist” rhea distracting drivers in Oxfordshire has been on the run for four weeks, police said. The large flightless bird, named Chris, was seen in the road at Chiltern Bank, Peppard Common, on

Ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less

The Ministry of Justice is considering banning prison sentences of less than six months in England and Wales. Ministers argue that short jail terms are less effective at cutting reoffending than community penalties. Prisons minister Rory Stewart told the Daily Telegraph that such sentences were “long enough to damage you and not long enough to

Brexit News:Andrew Neil calls Chuka Umunna the Elite of changing his mind on People’s vote | UK | News

During Politics Live the Streatham MP attempted to defend his support of a second referendum based on the uncertainty of Brexit. Mr Neil argued the point that pushing for a second referendum was not acting with the people’s interest in mind and “makes you the remote elite” as an MP. The Labour MP disagreed and

Golden Globes host Sandra Oh pokes fun at Lady Gaga’s ‘100 people’ speech as she kicks off ceremony with Andy Samberg

GOLDEN Globes host Sandra Oh poked fun at Lady Gaga’s famous ‘100 people’ speech as she opened the Golden Globe Awards alongside Andy Samberg. The host repeated a story the lead of A Star Is Born told repeatedly while promoting the film about the support she received from co-star Bradley Cooper. Reuters Sandra Oh and

Tammy Abraham transfer: Wolves confident they won’t be blocked in move for Chelsea striker

Wolverhampton Wanderers are confident that their move for Chelsea starlet Tammy Abraham won’t be blocked by FIFA regulations. Wolves have made the England striker a prime January target and are keen on taking the 21-year-old from Stamford Bridge in a potential £18million deal. Abraham has starred for Aston Villa on loan in the Championship this

French police stop 14 migrants attempting to cross Channel in stolen trawler

French police have prevented 14 migrants from attempting to cross the Channel in a stolen fishing trawler. Authorities stopped the group, including a mother and two children, after smugglers were seen breaking into a boat at the port of Boulogne. The migrants said they had come from Iraq, according to a local prosecutor. He said ”those

Send Channel boat migrants straight back to France to avert a tragedy, says ex-Home Office official

Boat migrants crossing the Channel must be sent straight back to France to avert a tragedy, according to a former senior Home Office official. David Wood, who was head of immigration enforcement, warned lives would be lost unless the Government adopted a new approach. There were a further 34 attempted crossings overnight yesterday, bringing the

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