This day in 1215, the signing of Magna Carta set the foundation stone of our traditional liberties.
The UK is facing an unemployment crisis in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with up to 4.5million people left without jobs, Boris Johnson has reportedly warned cabinet members.
Hungarian State Secretary for Family and Youth Affairs Katalin Novák announced on Thursday that Hungary had seen a rise in both the number of births and a 5.7 per cent rise in the fertility rate in the first four months of this year, compared to the same period in 2019.
The monument to England’s wartime leader, which stands opposite the Palace of Westminster in Parliament Square, has previously been defaced with graffiti branding him “racist” and denouncing all police as “bastards” at several of the illegal mass protests which have taken place in England in recent weeks. With more protests liable to come, the memorial — and several others in central London — has now been boarded over.
The Labour Party has followed the lead of the Mayor of London, who announced on Monday that he would be creating the “Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm” with the purpose of removing historical monuments, statues, art, and street names throughout the city to reflect the British capital’s ‘diversity’.
Calls for 'The 'Black Boy' pubs across England to be renamed - despite many being named after King Charles II
Anti-racism campaigners are calling for pubs called 'The Black Boy' to be renamed amid growing protests by the Black Lives Matter movement.
A statue of the founder of West India Quay, Robert Milligan, has been removed due to his links to the slave trade.
Illegal migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats threaten to drown themselves or their children in order to keep French ships back
Illegal immigrants from camps on the French coast have been crossing the English Channel in record numbers, with many seemingly being escorted into British territorial waters by French ships rather than intercepted and turned around.
The European Court of Justice's decision to ban plant editing could be reversed in the UK post-Brexit, a farmer union chief has revealed. Research institutes from across Europe have been calling on the European Parliament and the European Commission to rethink their stance on genome editing of crop plants. Tom Bradshaw, the Vice President of the National Farmers Union, has spoken about how this could be one of the possible advantages of leaving the EU.