Matt Hancock resigned as British health secretary on 26 June, after the emergence of an image taken from CCTV footage from inside his office that showed the married man in a passionate clinch with Gina Coladangelo another man’s wife and mother.
At least 72 people have been killed and 1,234 arrested in rioting and looting in South Africa, which started on the weekend in KwaZulu-Natal province and spread to Johannesburg.
The court ruling, a devastating blow to the Madrid-based regime of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s far-left regime, is in shock. The PSOE (Socialist Workers) government could face calls for compensation far more than the European Union could afford. The ruling will send shock waves through other EU globalist-minded nations. Leftist France and Italy are border neighbours of long-suffering Spain.
After nearly fifty years in the red, Hungary’s net external financial position could finally show a positive balance as early as 2024, Finance Minister Mihály Varga said in a Facebook post.
Watch as two Russian Su-24 fighter-bombers scared the shit of of Spain’s Far-Left Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his cohort, the President of Lithuania delivers a Presser during the Marxist premier’s visit to NATO member Lithuania.
Lithuanian prime minister Ingrida Simonyte explained her government’s decision on Friday to declare a state of emergency.
Something’s afoot! Row breaks out after female Ukrainian army cadets forced to march in HIGH HEELS, Kiev pledges to change shoes
Ukraine’s army command appears to have put its foot in it this week, with a growing scandal breaking after a brigade of women cadets were told to march in step while wearing high-heeled shoes along with their obligatory khakis.
THE SIGNIFICANCE of the four Central European States is that Visegrád would be the 17th largest economy in the world, with twice the growth of the EU, and most people in the EU work in the region after Germany.
After nearly seven years in power, Stefan Löfven, Sweden’s far left migrant-loving prime minister, has resigned following a no-confidence vote. Humiliatingly, this makes him the first Swedish head of state ever to lose such a motion.
“Bill C-36 actually provides a financial incentive to accuse others of hate speech. In addition to fines of up to $50,000, the bill also proposes for a “victim” of hate speech to be compensated with a payment (by the accused) of up to $20,000. Similar to a lawsuit, but with the government acting on behalf of the plaintiff/accuser, and with no legal fees….Under C-36, the identity of the accuser or supposed victim can be kept secret. “