A brutal Arctic blast will sweep across much of the UK on Easter Monday, according to the latest BBC weather forecast. BBC meteorologist Sarah Keith-Lucas warned up to 15cm of snow could blanket parts of the country. This wintry start to April
As the UK’s vaccination programme continues to make steady progress, many will be hoping that lockdowns and the subsequent economic challenges of the pandemic will soon start to subside. In his Budget last month, Chancellor Sunak didn’t announce any major tax hikes.
Despite the new season not actually starting yet for a few more days, it seems most have hailed Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team as eventual winners come the end of the 2021, even though they were outpaced by Red Bull during
More fans flooded the comments section, urging the user to “walk a mile in Kate’s shoes” before judging. “So sad that you feel compelled to post this. Feel really sorry for you. You must be really miserable. I hope life gets better
The cyberattack is expected to happen in the next fortnight. This week Frank Figliuzzi, former FBI assistant director said: “Biden will do something in the next few weeks that Trump never could, preparing for retaliation against Russia.” Washington is reportedly carrying through
An Arctic blast has gripped Europe this weekend, as temperatures plummet across the continent. Parts of Europe are facing up to 40cm of snow, according to the latest BBC weather forecast. BBC meteorologist Chris Fawkes warned that disruptive weather could take hold
The UK was rocked by strong winds last night, with gusts of over 80mph recorded in Wales. The gales are set to continue into the weekend and the latest weather charts show some parts of the country can also expect to see
Jayne Ayde, Director of cross-party grassroots Eurosceptic campaign Get Britain Out, has suggested Boris Johnson will only turn his Global Britain vision into a reality if the UK “embraces Brexit in its entirety” – and told Brussels in no uncertain terms it