The Greene King pub chain has announced plans to rename a Scottish pub from The Black Bitch to The Black Hound in keeping with contemporary sensitivities. However, locals are not keen on the proposed name change.
MICHAEL WALSH EDITOR: We are what we eat is a saying that stays good over time. My infant sons were under 18-months of age when they caught whooping cough. A serious disease whoever it affects but often lethal when infants are afflicted.
Some UK supermarkets have said they will not be enforcing new face mask rules brought back in after concerns about the Omicron coronavirus variant. Supermarket chain Iceland told the BBC its staff would not ask customers to wear masks to stop them from facing abuse.
Give-and-take measures introduced by the Kremlin in response to the European Union’s anti-Russian sanctions have severely hit mutual trade between Moscow and Athens, with Greek exports to the country reportedly halved over the past seven years.
Seemingly timed to coincide with HOLODOMOR DAY (Soviet-inspired starvation of 10 million Ukrainians (1922-1940) a worldwide shortage of nitrogen fertilizer used to boost crop yields is certain to have a negative effect on next year’s food prices.
Some of the most hackneyed expressions in the English language refer to the ‘Blitz or Dunkirk Spirit’, ‘Britain at Bay’ and ‘We’re all in this together’. Ironically, these events were the first two but indeed many more were a consequence of Churchill’s catastrophic political blunders.
It is no secret that the central aim of the clique behind the Great Reset believe that the world’s population is superfluous to requirements.
This deserted village on Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland is a lonely reminder of the most tragic event in Irish history, the contrived population reduction otherwise known as The Great Hunger of the 1840s, The Great Famine, is sometimes referred to as the Irish Holocaust, such is the emotion it evokes.
When British TV viewers watched a drama about the true horrors of the Irish famine, they couldn’t believe what they were seeing and took to social media in horror and disgust.
The queues of visitors at the Latvian Rimi supermarket stores operating in the red Covid zone were already building early in the morning. Meanwhile, large crowds of people were also observed at the large stores of this grocery chain. As explained by the head of the public relations department of Rimi Latvia Juris Shleyers, the queues are formed for two reasons.