French diplomats say Boris Johnson ‘is populist who won’t keep his word if it will cost him at home’

French diplomats say Boris Johnson ‘is populist who won’t keep his word if it will cost him at home’

Advertisement Boris Johnson’s short-term foreign policy goals have made it impossible to make agreements with him, senior French sources have claimed. Advertisement Politicians in Paris believe the prime minister is a populist who wants to use France as a scapegoat to keep pushing his Brexit agenda and he has no interest in solving issues in…

PICTURED: Police constable, 51, who was FIRED for underpaying on charity box of Jaffa Cakes

PICTURED: Police constable, 51, who was FIRED for underpaying on charity box of Jaffa Cakes

Advertisement PICTURED: Police constable, 51, who was FIRED for paying charity stall 10p for two 50p boxes of Jaffa Cakes EXCLUSIVE: This is the face of the police officer who was fired over Jaffa Cakes  PC Chris Dwyer, 51, was fired after he put two 5p coins into the charity stall cash tin to pay…

Biden publicly concedes the $3.5 trillion for ‘human infrastructure’ bill won’t happen

Biden publicly concedes the $3.5 trillion for ‘human infrastructure’ bill won’t happen

Advertisement President Joe Biden publicly conceded Friday that the dollar amount of the proposed $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill was going to shrink during a speech at a child care center in Connecticut.  Advertisement ‘We’re not going to get $3.5 trillion, we’ll get less than that. We’re going to get it. And we’re going to come…

Unions threatening Christmas chaos with HGV driver walkouts over pay and new rules for EU drivers

Unions threatening Christmas chaos with HGV driver walkouts over pay and new rules for EU drivers

Advertisement Union chiefs are said to be preparing strike action for British HGV drivers after ministers backed plans to make it more attractive for foreign hauliers to work in the UK. Advertisement British businesses are said to be ‘appalled’ by Government-backed plans to allow overseas drivers make ‘unlimited journeys at low rates’  to combat shortages…

Aussie commentator Rita Panahi slams Prince Charles for pushing PM to attend Glasgow summit

Aussie commentator Rita Panahi slams Prince Charles for pushing PM to attend Glasgow summit

Advertisement Sky News host Rita Panahi has labelled Prince Charles ‘the world’s biggest hypocrite’ and a ‘joke of a human being’ after the royal pushed for Scott Morrison to attend the Glasgow climate summit.  Advertisement The Prince of Wales earlier this week chastised the Australian prime minister for his reluctance to commit to the Cop26…

Sir David Amess: MP’s assailant queued to see him then launched his savage attack

Sir David Amess: MP’s assailant queued to see him then launched his savage attack

Advertisement It was as sudden as it was savage. A man pulled out a knife and ‘just began stabbing’ David Amess. Advertisement The ferocious attack left the 69-year-old veteran Conservative MP gasping for life on the floor of the church hall. He was so grievously injured by ‘more than a dozen’ stab wounds that medical…

Fertility rates going down in Britain because of climate change warnings, experts say

Fertility rates going down in Britain because of climate change warnings, experts say

Advertisement Fears about climate change are behind the drop off in British fertility rates, experts believe. Advertisement Researchers tracking births in Western nations say adults are no longer as willing to bring babies into the world because of the apocalyptic global warming warnings. Dr Britt Wray, a human and planetary health fellow at Stanford University,…

BBC boss Tim Davie ‘blocked a leading diversity champion from getting a top job at the corporation’ 

BBC boss Tim Davie ‘blocked a leading diversity champion from getting a top job at the corporation’ 

Advertisement A leading diversity campaigner missed out on a top BBC job after director-general Tim Davie effectively ‘blocked’ his appointment, the Mail can reveal. Advertisement Marcus Ryder, a former head of current affairs programmes at BBC Scotland, is understood to have been a ‘preferred candidate’ to become executive editor for Newsbeat and Asian Network news….

Afghan translators and families forced to flee across borders are finally whisked to safety

Afghan translators and families forced to flee across borders are finally whisked to safety

Advertisement Interpreters and other Afghans who risked their lives to escape following the march of the Taliban landed in Britain yesterday aboard a historic RAF rescue flight. Advertisement Following the fall of their homeland in August, many of those left stranded when Western evacuation flights ended made the decision to leave, embarking on journeys fraught…

NSW hits 80% double-dose Covid vaccine target – here’s what you need to know about the new freedoms

NSW hits 80% double-dose Covid vaccine target – here’s what you need to know about the new freedoms

Advertisement Masks and QR codes: Advertisement Masks required for all staff and customers in all indoor settings including on public transport, planes and in airports (except children under the age of 12). Masks no longer required in office buildings (unvaccinated people must still wear a mask in the office). Advertisement Masks no longer required in…