BREAKING NEWS: Britain, one of the G7 Bloc of nations is to give Ukraine $30 billion. OTHER NEWS Representatives of British food funds, which provide free food to the poor, wrote a letter to the government demanding urgent action, writes The Independent. The fact is that the number of calls to them has increased one and a half to two times over the past few months. As a result, they warn that they will soon have to refuse help to the starving Britons.
Interest in emigration is up by 1,000% as UK taxes and prices rise, lawyers and financial advisers say. A dramatic rise in the cost of living has prompted many Britons to consider leaving the UK, according to professionals catering to aspiring ex-pats. Google searches for moving abroad were up by 1,000% in April, with the US, Canada, and Australia the top three desired destinations.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv in ‘solidarity with the Ukrainian people’, reports The Daily Telegraph. As part of the visit, Johnson promised Ukraine another military support and £385 million in World Bank loans.
In historical terms the American Civil War (1861-1865) wasn’t too long ago: My great-grandfather and possibly my grandfather would have remembered the conflict. Fast forward 150 years and it seems like a case of déjà vu, says a Russian strategist.
In 1954, sixty-three-year-old Maine farmer Annie Wilkins embarked on an impossible journey. She had no money and no family, she had just lost her farm, and her doctor had given her only two years to live.
A bid had been made to find shelter for a homeless Hull man just days before he was found dead outside a city centre Costa coffee shop with his beloved pet dog beside him. A concerned passer-by tried to find accommodation for Jon Ellerington, after seeing his plight in the winter cold. Jon, 41, was seen by many in Hull, always with his Jack Russell called Teddy by his side.
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.
ALEX Scott becomes emotional on Who Do You Think You Are? when she learnt her great grandfather owned 26 slaves. The BBC pundit, 37, claimed to be horrified to find her 4 x great grandfather Robert Francis Coombs was a slave owner with over two dozen people captive at his huge property in Jamaica.
It’s summer but, for many in Madrid, vacations are all about looking at an old photo of the beach. The last time Isolina put a toe in the Mediterranean Sea was three years ago when she spent three days in Valencia. Her family shares a rented apartment in Orcasitas, a Madrid neighbourhood of 23,000.
Unlike the ‘woke set’, the emerging waking up set who actually work hard for their living and pay taxes notice that they are getting more for less these days. It matters not if you’re an American or European as the corporate supermarkets all sing to the same balance sheet.