UKIP Leader Blames Media for an Attack on One OF the Important Party Members »

Gerard Batten is one of the preeminent figures of UKIP party, which recently asked the British Muslims to sign a code of conduct. According to the statements of the politician, a brick was thrown through his window, a few days after making this statement. Nigel Farange, the president of the party, claims that the media [...]

Belfast Police Investigating Loyalists and Paramilitaries Organizations »

Belfast police investigates the possibility of paramilitaries loyalist’s organizations to be involved into racial crimes. The story is more interesting, because the organizations accused of those crimes might also be involved in drug traffic. During the last few weeks, the number of racial attacks increased in Belfast and in the vicinities. The police questioned three [...]

Alarming Youth Unemployment Help Startups »

The increasing rate of unemployment in the UK is not a surprise anymore. The generations that graduated college from 2009 to 2014 were not the most fortunate, especially because they woke up on a labour market that does not offer so many perspectives. Even if unemployment is slowly reduced, the new graduates are not eager [...]

Ozzy Osbourne Invaded By Bats »

Ozzy Osbourne is known for his eccentricities, being known as the Prince of Darkness for his prodigious activity. Lately, he decided to take care of his impressive palace in Buckinghamshire, but it is not as easy as some might expect. Even if you have the money, sometimes nature is against you. This time, it is [...]

Norfolk man jailed for armed stand-off in King’s Lynn »

By Lauren Grice A man has been jailed for two years for causing an armed stand-off in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, last year.

Horsemeat scandal: BRC members find no new contamination »

By Laura Moulden No further horsemeat contamination has been found in the course of meat testing by UK supermarkets and a number of other food businesses.

Office Water Coolers Welcomes Yate MP Steve Webb »

A successful Yate-based company has celebrated its 10th birthday by inviting in MP Steve Webb. Office Watercoolers South West Ltd. was started 10 years ago by local man Peter Brooks and now enjoys a turnover of £1.4million. Mr Brooks said: “We have come a long way since four of us started the business in September [...]

Horsemeat scandal: Legal action begins in Europe »

By Gerald Heneghan Court cases related to the ongoing horsemeat contamination scandal are set to begin today (February 11th) in Europe.

Man killed in M18 crash »

By Lauren Grice A man has been killed in a collision involving multiple vehicles on the M18 in south Yorkshire.


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