In a show of their growing profile within the royal family following the departure of Prince Andrew and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward are the next most prolific royals, racking up 36 and 35 engagements, respectively. … [Read more...] about Leading by example! Future kings Prince Charles and Prince William have carried out the MOST royal duties since the start of lockdown, research shows
Carry underwood play on
Eric’s family put together a special procession in his honour for his funeral, with his younger brother Aubrey getting a tractor involved, as Eric had taken Aubrey on his first ever tractor ride when he was a child. … [Read more...] about ‘Local legend’ nicknamed ‘donkey’ for carrying sick friend to school every day dies
When Daily Mail Australia asked specific questions about the centre's security measures, director Tim Newman-Morris said the company was 'constantly reviewing' its policies and practices to increase safety. He said the centre valued all customer feedback. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘No little munchkin can run away unnoticed’: Chilling boast of a Sydney play centre before girl, two, was sexually assaulted in a storeroom – as a ‘suspicious’ man is seen leaving the centre
In May, the Ubele initiative, an African-diaspora-led organisation focused on building more sustainable communities across the UK, sent a letter to the prime minister signed by more than 650 people, calling for an independent public inquiry into the severe impact of Covid-19 on BAME communities. On 3 June, it sent a second letter, in response to a PHE report into disparities in the risks and outcomes of Covid-19 that produced no recommendations, contained no detailed breakdown of the impact on particular communities, and omitted third-party submissions. Two weeks later, having had no response, Ubele, represented by Leigh Day solicitors, called for the government to commit to an immediate independent inquiry into the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on the UK’s BAME communities. The prime minister’s office has since responded in full to Leigh Day, resisting Ubele’s call for an inquiry and arguing that it has complied with the Equality Act in its handling of the … [Read more...] about ‘The virus piggybacked on racism’: why did Covid-19 hit BAME families so hard?
Last Thursday's record-breaking day of Channel crossings At around 3.26am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of 12 males and four females who said they were Yemeni, Iranian, Sudanese and Iraqi nationals. At around 3.26am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of 14 males who said they were Eritrean and Sudanese nationals. At around 3.26am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of 17 males and one female who said they were Yemini, Syrian, Palestinian and Iranian nationals. At around 4.01am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of 11 males and two females who said they were Kuwaiti, Egyptian, Iraqi and Iranian nationals. At around 4.50am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of five males who said they were Sudanese nationals. At around 5.20am, Border Force intercepted a vessel which was carrying a group of eight males who said they were Sudanese nationals. At … [Read more...] about Astonished couple find two migrant stowaways hiding under their van after returning home to Essex from trip to France – despite vehicle being checked twice by immigration officials