Sir Martin said: "If I may say so with the greatest respect, I believe that in NOT informing the Queen what you intended to do before doing it, you acted not only with perfect constitutional propriety but also with admirable consideration for Her Majesty's position." … [Read more...] about Queen wasn’t told in advance about sacking of Australian PM Gough Whitlam, letters reveal
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In the show, Jack takes a lighthearted and nostalgia-filled look back at Britain's sporting history, telling the nation's story through our most iconic moments and characters. … [Read more...] about How old is Jack Whitehall, who’s his dad and does he have a girlfriend?
“The Claims Management Regulator and the Ministry of Justice say there are around 35,000 claims for holiday sickness per year. They admit that 25,000 of those claims are honest, legitimate and straightforward. The majority, then, are not fraudulent. From our point of view, Abta’s crusade against claims doesn’t address the real issue – and that’s that certain resorts, due to a lack of hygiene, are making scores of people unwell every year. … [Read more...] about Brits’ bogus food poisoning claims leave hoteliers crying: ‘¡Basta!’
The subsequent cloud hanging over the mayor, who may now face his own indictment before November's election, played heavily in favour of Bowser, a relatively inexperienced city council member who pulled ahead in polling when it became clear she was most likely to defeat Gray. … [Read more...] about Washington primary: Muriel Bowser wins mayoral nomination
"No matter what I think, Covid-19 will pass and human beings want to agglomerate, they want to be with people, they want to drink with people, have meals with people, they want to socialise - so I think its too early to tell. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How realistic is Crossrail opening next year?