One word puts an end to Novak Djokovic Covid-19 vaccination mystery

As mystery continues to swirl about Novak Djokovic’s immediate tennis future, the Serbian put an end to any debate with a blunt response. Novak Djokovic repeated his hardline refusal to get a Covid-19 vaccination as he resigned himself to sitting out the season’s last Grand Slam at the US Open. Djokovic was deported from Melbourne … Read more

Glasto is back! After three years of Covid tens of thousands party into the night at Worthy Farm

Glastonbury made a glorious return after three years as revellers resisted nationwide rail strikes and thunderstorm fears to bury memories of Covid at the world’s most iconic music festival. An estimated 200,000 music fans flocked to Worthy Farm, east Somerset for the 37th iteration of Glasto, which is also the world’s biggest outdoor festival. For … Read more

Lincoln Uni BANS ‘organ harvesting’ Nigerian professor who ‘trafficked teen with fake passport’

The University of Lincoln has banned a visiting professor who tried to ‘harvest organs from a 15-year that had been trafficked to the UK using a fake passport’. A consultant working in a NHS hospital refused to remove the vital organ a 15-year-old who was allegedly trafficked to London from the streets of Lagos by the former … Read more

UK Conservatives lose 2 elections in blow to Boris Johnson

LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a double blow as voters rejected his Conservative Party in two special elections dominated by questions about his leadership and ethics. He was further wounded when the party‘s chairman quit after the results came out early Friday, saying Conservatives “cannot carry on with business as usual.” The … Read more

Further disruption expected for rail services

T rain services will continue to be disrupted on Friday because of a deadlocked dispute over jobs, pay and conditions – which has caused travel chaos all week. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Network Rail and 13 train operators went on strike on Tuesday and Thursday, with a third walkout … Read more

Rupert Murdoch divorce: How WILL media mogul and Jerry Hall split £270MILLION property empire?

Jerry Hall will receive a ‘generous’ slice of Rupert Murdoch £14billion fortune and have her VIP lifestyle bankrolled in perpetuity plus part of the £270million property empire they have built together in the UK and US since they married in 2016, experts told MailOnline today. The couple are reportedly divorcing after six years with their apparent … Read more

Train strike chaos: Tempers flare during UK’s biggest rail strike in 30 years

An irate Londoner desperate to get to work blocked a bus that failed to stop today as millions of commuters were ‘punished’ by militant unions who have inflicted the worst combined rail and Tube strike on Britain for 30 years. More than 50,000 union members have walked out over demands for a 11 per cent pay … Read more

‘Hundreds’ of revellers arrive by train to Glastonbury TWO DAYS before gates officially open

Hundreds of revellers have arrived by train to Glastonbury today – two days before the festival is due to start – in a bid to avoid the incoming travel chaos sparked by this week’s nationwide rail strikes.  In footage shared online, scores of festival goers were seen carrying their rucksacks and camping gear as they … Read more

Scotland and Northern Ireland see warmest days of the year so far

The Met Office said temperatures in the Aberdeenshire village of Aboyne reached 24.3C on Monday topping Scotland’s previous high  of the year which was 23.6C recorded at Dunstaffnage on June 5. A top temperature of 22.2C was reached at Portglenone in Co Antrim, just eclipsing this year’s highest temperature in Northern Ireland which had been the 22.1C … Read more

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