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England fans cause ‘mayhem’ on streets of London after football win

England fans were so elated by their 2-0 over Sweden that they caused mayhem on the streets of the United Kingdom and what has been described as the biggest act of disobedience since the 2011 riots. An ambulance car was trashed by a huge crowd in London, where fans were seen jumping and smashing on it. The vehicle was left...

Prince Phillip – Latest health update regarding the Duke of Edinburgh

The health status of Prince Phillip came under speculation after new rumours surfaced yet again on twitter that the Duke of Edinburgh could be ill. The rumours raised concerns regarding the health status of the Duke of Edinburgh after the Queen met the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on her own at Balmoral. There has been no suggestions that the Duke...

Meghan Markle’s SISTER offends the Queen With Nasty Remark

The sister of Meghan Markle, Samantha Markle, has made a very nasty comment in regard to the new Royal Baby. Meghan and Harry were delighted to reveal the birth of their new child to the entire world. Many waited for hours for them to release the baby to the world. The Sister of Meghan Markle, Samantha Markle, has hit out and...

Jeremy Corbyn criticises the Queen and PM for meeting Trump

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour party, has hit out at Theresa May and the Queen for allowing a democratically elected President to visit the United Kingdom. The President of the United States, Donald J Trump, was recently on a four day visit to the United Kingdom.  He visited London and then moved onto Scotland to play golf. Mr Corbyn is...

Source reveals what Meghan Markle really thinks about the royal family

Meghan Markle is now an official member of the royal family.  The newly wedded couple married last month and will now undertake a number of royal duties together.  Meghan Markle has now officially joined The Royal Foundation charity set up by Harry, William and Kate. A source has a told a tabloid what Meghan Markle thinks of the royal family. ...

Jeremy Corbyn backs reunification of Ireland as he heads to Belfast

Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of betraying British war veterans by siding with Sinn Fein, the main political party in Northern Ireland with links to the IRA, which aims to ‘unite Ireland’. Sinn Fein’s former President, Gerry Adams, was a member of the Irish Republican Army (IRA), which was a prominent terrorist organisation that is to blame for many terrorist...

Safety concerns for Tommy Robinson as his family denied visit to prison with no explanation

There have been fresh fears for Tommy Robinson’s safety after he was imprisoned for thirteen months for the breach of court orders. Mr Robinson is spending his imprisonment in Her Majesty’s Prison Hull after broadcasting himself on Facebook showing people in an ongoing trial at Leeds Crown Court. The broadcast that Tommy Robinson sent out has reached hundreds of thousands of...

Images released show Kate spending quality time with Queen

The Duchess of Cambridge and The Queen have been spending some quality time together, as they travelled to church near Balmoral as Her Majesty continues her annual Scottish holiday visit. The Queen has a fond attraction to Balmoral, as she and her family hold precious memories there. Crathie Kirk, the church, is next door to the royal estate and the...

Update regarding launch of Baby Khan and Sadiq Khan isn’t happy

The organisers of the Baby Khan event have promised it will be the biggest event of its kind, in what will have Sadiq Khan 'furious'. The balloon will be flown in London on Saturday 1st September 2018, which will fly over Westminster. The organisers have officially made a statement on where and when you can watch the balloon: "You can see...

Ex Labour leader Kinnock accuses Corbyn of ‘serious evasion of duty’ in failing to back EU single market

Former leader of the Labour Party, Neil Kinnock, has accused Jeremy Corbyn of ‘evading his duties’ by not ensuring that Britain stays within the European Union’s single market. The European single market came into effect on the 1st of January 1993, it was created to ensure restriction-free trade among European Union countries. A major aspect of the Leave campaign was...