William And Kate Fly Into A Third Storm In The Caribbean

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have flown into another storm in The Bahamas as islanders piled more pressure on the Royal Family over slave trade reparations amid a growing movement on Caribbean islands to remove the Queen as head of state. The duo landed in Nassau last night after a bumpy visit to JamaicaContinue reading “William And Kate Fly Into A Third Storm In The Caribbean”

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The Concept Of Growing Food Has Become Taboo

Farmers reacted with anger to Boris Johnson’s plans to rewild swathes of the UK’s arable and pasture land claiming swapping fields of cows, sheep and pigs for trees and bogs, which will put British food production at risk. The Government’s ¬£2.4 billion per year plan to replace the European Union’s common agricultural policy, called theContinue reading “The Concept Of Growing Food Has Become Taboo”

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British Prepare For Explosive Storm Barra

Thousands of British families still dealing with the fallout from Storm Arwen have been informed of more chaos on the way as Storm Barra is set to hit tomorrow bringing up to four inches of snow, 70 mph winds and driving rain. Around 3,200 homes, mainly in North East England, remained without power overnight tenContinue reading “British Prepare For Explosive Storm Barra”

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The Queen Continues Her Recovery

The Queen enjoyed a morning drive at her Sandringham estate as she continued her recovery after doctors urged her to cancel all official appointments for a fortnight. The 95-year-old monarch donned a headscarf as she sat in the passenger seat of a Range Rover while she was driven around the grounds. One of her corgisContinue reading “The Queen Continues Her Recovery”

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