A virtual memorial is being held to remember the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire – on the third anniversary of the tragedy. Socially distanced services of commemoration have been held throughout the day – while this evening church bells […]
The Scottish government promised back in May that all care home staff would be able to get weekly Covid tests. But this programme has seen a leaked letter to Scotland’s chief medical officer from the country’s directors of public health […]
We are joined by the Conservative MP and former work and pensions secretary Damian Green.
Boris Johnson has insisted people should be able to ‘shop with confidence’ when non-essential stores in England open tomorrow. On a visit to Westfield shopping centre, the prime minister said the falling number of cases gave “more margin for manoeuvre” […]
Earlier Cathy spoke to the Labour MP Florence Eshalomi – and she began by asking her what she thought about the government’s consideration of ten year jail sentences for people who desecrate war memorials.
Google has claimed there is a perfectly benign reason for Winston Churchill’s photograph disappearing from its search engine – but many are unconvinced, as the iconic British PM is now in the eye of the protest storm. Eagle-eyed internet users […]
The British government is to have a “fresh look” at its anti-pandemic restrictions, including the two-meter social distancing rule, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said, as he assured the public that high-street shopping is now “safe.” Prime Minister Boris Johnson “has […]
Van de Beek is one of Ajax’s top stars (Picture: Getty Images) Manchester United are willing to axe Andreas Pereira in order to sign Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek, according to reports. The Dutch international has emerged as one […]
GTA 5 – do you know your way around? (pic: Rockstar Games) A reader laments the fact that mini-maps and mission markers have made the process of exploring maps, especially in GTA, much less fun. I read with interest a […]