Skorzeny ordered his men to dress in American uniforms during the Battle of the Bulge. However, he was acquitted at the Dachau trials after a British officer admitted wearing an enemy uniform was something the Allies had done. … [Read more...] about Nazi commandos came ‘appallingly close’ to assassinating Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt as leaders met at secret 1943 summit in Tehran to plan the liberation of occupied Europe, new book reveals
Explain why tafts policies offended progressives including roosevelt
There is vigorous debate every single day at universities. If there really were a censorship problem we’d hear about it. What we actually find are isolated instances blown out of proportion. There are a couple of reasons why ministers exaggerate: politically it plays well for their voter base. It also plays into the narrative that students are snowflakes, which is completely made up. On the one hand ministers are saying universities should be acting in loco parentis, and on the other that students are too sensitive and life needs to be made more uncomfortable – it’s a contradiction. … [Read more...] about Is Sam Gyimah right to be worried about safe-space policies?
Why are the rules different in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland? Leaders of the devolved nations are handling lockdown slightly differently to the PM, although all four governments have stressed the lockdown across the UK will be lifted together. … [Read more...] about New lockdown rules: What you can and can’t do explained
He said: "In light of Covid-19 it makes sense for customers not to be able to try on clothes and pick up portable electrical items, but likewise the government should extend consumer rights legislation, so that for instance the right we already have to return goods (and services) purchased online within 14 days should also apply to goods bought in person in retail outlets. … [Read more...] about Rules shoppers will have to follow when stores reopen on June 15, including one-way systems and no changing rooms
"Every child has the right to be protected from danger. Would you send your child to school if there was a possible chance they could catch meningitis or measles? Of course you wouldn’t, so why would you want to risk your child life to possibly catch a killer disease that they have NO vaccine for and do not know enough about it." … [Read more...] about Will I be fined for refusing to send my child back to school? Your rights explained