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December 01, 2023

UK households faced worse winter amid cost-of-living crisis

Britain’s energy regulator has increased the maximum price suppliers can charge for a typical household’s annual gas and electricity use.  The move is expected to fuel the...
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Artwork draws attention to destruction of rain forests

Indigenous Brazilians blessed an art installation featuring giant tropical tree stumps in Trafalgar Square, London. The special work put on show in the UK is designed to symbolise the devastating effects of deforestation worldwide. Chief Tashka, of the Yaw ...

Dramatic video of anti-BNP demo outside BBC HQ

Intrepid broadcast students braved clashes between protestors and the police to get dramatic footage for The-Latest of the anti-BNP demonstration outside the BBC's UK Television Centre. The three-minute video package made by Flora Desponts, Dominic Ka ...

Artist raises thousands for charity with his magnum opus

Landscape artist David Anthony Hall (www.senezio.com) has teamed up with a group of vendors and suppliers on a charitable work that will be premiered at his first West End solo exhibition (1st to 14th June 1-14 as a solo exhibition and from then until June ...

RAF’s big farewell for Black war hero

Marc Wadsworth Military chiefs, Black Second World and other veterans, celebrities, friends and neighbours were among hundreds of mourners who joined a final farewell to one of the last “pilots of the Caribbean” at a moving Royal Airforce church ceremon ...

Government threat to your British citizenship

Confusion has arisen around the British government’s own understanding of its citizenship laws, following a judgment by the UK’s high court. In a ruling handed down on January 20 2023, in the case of Roehrig v Secretary of State for the Home Departmen ...

'Working-class representation in British journalism hits record low'

 A newly-released Diversity in Journalism report found that working-class people were heavily unrepresented in the news industry and that journalists were almost twice as likely as the general population to come from advantaged backgrounds. The&nbs ...

UK government asylum seekers eviction move 'reckless and irresponsible'

Thousands of asylum seekers currently accommodated in hotels across the UK are becoming homeless despite warnings of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Those who have claimed asylum in Britain, but had their cases refused, will begin receivi ...

Knife crime: Shocking rise as UK capital worse hit

Official figures released this week show that knife crime in England and Wales have risen by 6 percent to a record high. Police-recorded offences involving a knife or sharp instrument rose to 46,265 for the year to March, up from 43,706 in t ...

Europe's anti-migrant stance continues as thousands die in Mediterranean

Since 2014, more than 20,000 migrants and refugees have died at sea while trying to reach Europe from Africa. The reality is far worse than what the figure suggests, officials and analysts have warned, as the bodies of those who do not survive are not ...

Pandemic blues: high street signs of the times

Shops and other high street businesses have reacted with wildly varying comments about the Government tough lockdown rules - everything from empathy to sulking as Britain battles coronavirus plague.These differences are starkly visible on signs put up in t ...

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