I have next to nothing in common with Tory Prime Minister Theresa May but this evening both of us will have reached for those words from ‘oor Rabbie' to explain our situations. I had planned to pen a column about the economic ineptitude and political theft and vandalism displayed by successive governments' privatisation programmes which have diminished the UK's wealth and reduced service provision to millions. © REUTERS / Neil HallEuropean Commission Releases Draft Brexit Agreement Theresa May hoped to have a short meeting with her Cabinet colleagues over some stiff brandies and caviar coated salmon canapes and hors-d'oeuvres while securing their support for her 500 page Brexit deal. READ MORE: 'Far Worse Than Feared': Brexiteers Slam UK PM May's Draft Brexit Deal I have postponed my public ownership versus privatisation column while Mrs May's Cabinet sojourn turned into a marathon session … [Read more...] about Best-Laid Plans of Mice and Men Often Go Awry
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Ben Mutzabaugh USA TODAY Published 3:20 p.m. UTC Aug 21, 2018 Editor's note: This post will up update with comments from the photographer. Check by by noon ET. The full solar eclipse seen across part of the U.S. last August captivated the nation, becoming one of the most photographed events in recent memory. Now, it may turn out that one of the most jaw-dropping images of the event was taken from a Southwest Airlines flight flying at 39,000 feet. That will likely be up for debate Tuesday after up-and-coming photographer Jon Carmichael releases his composite image of the eclipse, the first in the continental U.S. since 1979. And it had been 99 years since such a large swath of nation had seen such an event, with America’s last Pacific-to-Atlantic total solar eclipse occurring in 1919. As for Carmichael’s image, which is officially being unveiled today at Twitter’s New York offices, it shows a view that’s hard to believe wasn’t taken from space … [Read more...] about Was the best image of the 2017 solar eclipse taken from a Southwest flight?
Belarus' best medical workers of 2017 have been named in Minsk. The official ceremony took place at the Palace of the Republic on 14 June ahead of Day of Medical Workers.Pictured is Chairwoman of the Belarusian Cycling Federation, 2004 Olympics bronze medalist, eight-time world champion Natalia Tsilinskaya awarding Deputy Head Doctor at Minsk Maternity Hospital No.2 Sergei Vasilyev.Photo by Maksim Guchek, BelTA … [Read more...] about Belarus’ best medical workers of 2017 honored in Minsk
Meghan Markle's closest friend and, arguably Canada’s best-connected fashion power player, has arrived in London ahead of the Royal bride-to-be's big day on Saturday. It was announced earlier today that Mulroney's children, Ivy, John and Brian, will be taking part in the ceremony at St George's Chapel as a bridesmaid and pageboys – cementing the stylist's family at the centre of one of the biggest events of the year. You may not have heard of Mulroney before, but her influence has already helped to propel a lucky clutch of Canadian fashion designers to global fame thanks to her role as stylist to Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, the wife of Canada’s charismatic prime minister, Justin Trudeau. Although... To continue reading this article Start your free trial of Premium Access all Premium articles Subscriber-only events Cancel any time Free for 30 days then only £2 per week Try Premium Access one Premium article per … [Read more...] about Meet Jessica Mulroney, Meghan Markle’s best friend and Canada’s best-connected fashion power player
Listed below are five Russian films, ranging from Oscar nominees to a Disney fairytale, that took 2017 by storm, both nationally and, in some cases, internationally. The verdict? Unmissable, all of them. Loveless, by Andrei Zvyagintsev The film, which has been shortlisted for the 2018 Golden Globes and submitted as Russia’s entry for next year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Picture, not to mention that it picked up the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, could be rightly seen as an international success of Russian art-house cinema. It portrays a child who finds himself psychologically abandoned and unwanted by his mother and father. Director Andrei Zvyagintsev has been a favorite of European cineastes since the release of his first film, The Return, which received a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2003. Zvyagintsev’s subsequent films have all been nominated or awarded at major European and U.S. festivals — The … [Read more...] about 5 best Russian movies of 2017 you just have to watch