The Met Office's long-range forecast states: "Temperatures are likely to be either around or on the warmer side of average, with the warmest conditions likely in the southeast." … [Read more...] about Storm Edouard tracker and map: Where is it now?
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Mr Johnson, who wrote a biography of Churchill in 2014, acknowledged the former PM had expressed opinions which were 'unacceptable to us today', but he remained a hero for saving Britain from 'fascist and racist tyranny'. However, Mr Johnson was coming under increasing pressure last night to promise that the statue was going nowhere, amid a chorus of support for our petition. … [Read more...] about DOUGLAS MURRAY: Anarchy is breaking out – Where are the brakes on this thing? Does anyone know?
You can’t stop too long though. No matter what time of year, the route is always chased by nippy winds. Our particular swooping trail is half exposed, half sheltered. In the sheltered sections you find complete calm, and we would have found complete silence too were it not for the lone bagpipe player practising in the middle of Holyrood Park below. Sometimes Edinburgh feels like a tourist trap, but at other times it just can’t help itself from being brilliantly and stereotypically Scotland. … [Read more...] about Great city walks: Edinburgh
It is hoped the new corridors will help species such as the long-horned bee to thrive. Named after its extraordinarily long antennae, the bee was once common across the south of England, but arable farming and over-grazing by sheep and cattle has robbed it of food. “What’s left is too small and too far apart, and needs to be joined together,” says Whitehouse. … [Read more...] about Making a beeline: wildflower paths across UK could save species