‘Comical and sad’: Stormy Daniels mocks Trump's post-presidency
‘Comical and sad’: Stormy Daniels mocks Trump's post-presidency
The US President told the Prime Minister he must protect the Good Friday Agreement and the peace process.
Stephen Watson was sworn in as the new chief constable of Greater Manchester Police last month.
McEnany says being a “woman of faith” and a mother prevented her from lying
BEIJING (Reuters) -China denounced on Monday a joint statement by the Group of Seven leaders that had scolded Beijing over a range of issues as a gross interference in the country's internal affairs, and urged the grouping to stop slandering China. The G7 leaders on Sunday took China to task over human rights in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang, called for Hong Kong to keep a high degree of autonomy and underscored the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait - all highly sensitive issues for Beijing. China's embassy in London said it was strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed to mentions of Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan that distorted the facts and exposed the "sinister intentions of a few countries such as the United States".
An England fan is in a serious condition in hospital after falling from the stands at Wembley during Sunday's Euro 2020 game against Croatia, officials have said. UEFA is investigating after the England supporter fell just after the game kicked off in London at 2pm. "We can confirm that a spectator fell from the stands just after kick-off in the match between England and Croatia at Wembley Stadium," a spokesperson for the ground said in a statement.
Sinn Fein has however demanded specific and immediate action on Irish language legislation.
Michael McCormack says coal here to stay as G7 countries commit to decarbonised power by the 2030sCoal ‘pays for a lot of barista machines’ for inner-city cafes and will play a part for many years to come, acting prime minister says As G7 summit commits members to phasing out government support for fossil fuel, acting prime minister, Michael McCormack, says coal is here to stay and ‘we will decide what’s in Australia’s best interests’. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
Scots are kicking back against the SNP's "contradictory" Covid restrictions, a wedding industry boss has warned, as the new Health Secretary refused to provide any indication of when the country will move to the lowest level of lockdown. Duncan McConchie, chair of the Scottish Wedding Industry Alliance (SWIA), said "people are starting to throw caution to the wind" because of the lack of consistency in some of the restrictions. He raised the example of a couple getting married who have suggested
The public are “fed up” with police officers' virtue-signalling rather than locking up burglars, one of Britain’s most senior police officers has said. Stephen Watson, the new chief constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP), said police officers' traditional impartiality is being put at risk by “making common cause” with campaign groups by, for example, taking the knee or wearing rainbow shoelaces. He believes the public's tolerance of “woke” policing is at a “high water mark” and needs to be
CCTV shows shocking moment vandals smash football club’s defibrillator hours after Christian Eriksen collapse
Concerns grow in St Ives over Covid cases linked to G7 summitAt least five hospitality venues close as two police officers and Extinction Rebellion camp report cases of virusG7 summit: latest news and reactionCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Police officers patrol along the route Joe Biden’s motorcade took through St Ives on Sunday. Photograph: Jon Super/AP
Marine Le Pen sets sights on territory of traditional rightCôte d’Azur is among areas where French far-right leader seeks to make inroads in regional elections this month Marine Le Pen, the leader of Rassemblement National, is portraying regional elections as a launchpad for her third presidential bid. Photograph: Guillaume Souvant/Sipa/Rex
Agreements on climate and vaccine donations fall short – as diplomatic spat with France leaves ugly mood
‘Basically the best news of life,’ Debbie Dingle star said
French European Affairs junior minister Clement Beaune said on Monday that current tensions over Brexit between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government and the European Union were "a test" for Europe. The tensions between Britain and the EU threatened to overshadow the Group of Seven summit's conclusion on Sunday, with London accusing France of "offensive" remarks that Northern Ireland was not part of the United Kingdom.
DUBLIN (Reuters) -Ireland would like Britain and the European Union to find a "middle ground" in talks on aligning food standards that could reduce checks on food imports from Britain to Northern Ireland by 80%, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Sunday. EU member Ireland is a key player in talks between Brussels and London that aim to reduce trade frictions between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom under post-Brexit trade rules that have sparked anger in the British province.
Boris Johnson is set to urge the public to accept “one last heave” to freedom as he delays the final step of lockdown reopening. On Sunday night the Prime Minister was finalising his plan to push back the June 21 reopening in England by up to four weeks owing to a surge in Covid cases. Earlier in the day he had refused to rule out further delays in the future. It means rules ordering the wearing of face masks, limiting groups to six people indoors and 30 outdoors, and keeping nightclubs shut are
It is ‘exceptionally rare’ for anyone, including the UK prime minister, to reveal to the public what the Queen says during a meeting
Police have released an image of the teenager who was stabbed in Streatham last week. Denardo Samuels-Brooks was attacked on Prentis Road at around 4.15pm on Thursday. A post-mortem examination took place at Greenwich Mortuary on Saturday and gave cause of death as a stab wound.
Denmark football captain Simon Kjaer has been hailed as a hero for his quick response to teammate Christian Eriksen's collapse during their Euro 2020 opener against Finland. Eriksen is stable in hospital following the incident in Copenhagen on Saturday evening, which saw the former Tottenham star suddenly fall to the ground with no other players near him. The 29-year-old, who had no history of heart problems, was shielded from the television cameras by his distraught Denmark teammates as medical staff tried to resuscitate him on the touchline.