The Royal Navy warship HMS Montrose has faced 115 confrontations with Iranian forces in the Gulf since the start of July, according to new figures just released.
A London Assembly member, Caroline Russell, was arrested at an anti-Brexit protest today in London.
1159 The death of Pope Adrian IV, (Nicholas Breakspeare), the only English pope.
Lord Doherty heard arguments from representatives of a cross-party group seeking an interim interdict that would halt the move by the government to effectively shut down parliament, but retiring to rule on the verdict threw out the remainer case and said: “I am not satisfied that there is a cogent need for interm interdict to be granted at this stage. Petitioners interim request has been rejected."
The Soros-funded group, Best for Britain, appeared to invoke the fate of the beheaded King Charles I after Queen Elizabeth II agreed to prorogue Parliament for a few weeks before the Brexit deadline.
Six men of Pakistani origin have been convicted of the historic grooming and raping of vulnerable under-aged English girls in Rotherham.
1146 A conference of European leaders outlawed the crossbow. It was hoped that by banning the weapon, wars would eventually end. Despite the prohibition, crossbows continued to be used until the 16th century, when they were replaced by firearms.
Once again, we are astounded by the naked propaganda being espoused by the state broadcaster and other Channels with Boris taking decisive and legal action to ensure that his opponents cannot undermine the democratic will of the people.