Live Updates: Stephen Barclay has been appointed as the new Brexit Secretary post Raab resignation. While, Amber Rudd returns to the cabinet as Work and Pensions Secretary, after McVey quit yesterday. https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking/status/1063469672178360320 https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking/status/1063463262019293185 Friday, 11 am: 20 MPs have reportedly submitted their letters of no confidence in the Prime Minister but Michael Gove stands his ground. After surviving a tough grilling in the House of Commons on Thursday, the PM now has to defend herself from betrayal in her own party. 48 letters of no confidence must be sent to the backbench 1922 Committee for a change in Conservative leader to be made. That's 15% of the Conservative party. Michael Gove environment secretary,
BREAKING NEWS: A major fire has erupted in Mayfair on Chesterfield Street next to the Saudi Embassy and emergency services have been called. https://twitter.com/LondonFire/status/1058294699201609728 The London Fire Brigade said: "Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters have been called to a fire at a restaurant with flats above in Curzon Street in Mayfair." "The Brigade was called at 0917. Fire crews from Soho, Lambeth, Chelsea and other surrounding fire stations are at the scene.The cause of the fire is not known at this stage." https://twitter.com/999London/status/1058294133905940480 https://twitter.com/LondonFire/status/1058291270702063617 Words: Sonakshi Sharma I Subbing: Sorcha Gilheany
Early this morning, a fight broke out between a group of young men in one of the busiest streets in the capital. Police was called from a coffee shop at around 7am after a group, believed to consist of at least six people in their 20s, was violently fighting on the pavement in front of a food and drink business in the borough of Camden. Two witnesses, who don’t want to be identified, told the Voice of London: “It was still dark and we couldn’t see properly. They were young and from what seemed to be just an argument, escalated into a wide street fight. At least two people were on the ground.” The second witness reported: “When we realised the seriousness of the situation, there was already a pond of blood on the footpath and we immediately called the police and an ambulance.” When the
A recent survey conducted by 'VoucherCodes' revealed that Cardiff is the junk food capital in Britain. In fact, this city spends more money on fast food and take aways than any other. In light of the article that came out on 'The Independent' on the 29th October, Milica Cosic wants to know if there is correlation between the student life in Cardiff and, the fact that residents spend so much money on eating junk food. An infographic by CityBasedApartments, 2017, shows that Cardiff University is one of the top eight in Britain. In fact, amongst this, the university city lies in the top seven most affordable cities to live in, meaning rent prices are lower than in cities like London. Alongside this, it has been deemed the top eight to have a city with bustling nightlife. Statistics pr...