Britain approves Chelsea FC sale, sports minister says

The British government issued a licence last night that permits the sale of football club Chelsea, sports minister Nadine Dorries said on Wednesday. Current owner Roman Abramovich is subject to ... read more

UK storm forecast: 'Mini tornado' warning as Britain set for hail and torrential rain

"Cloud will thicken across the far west in the early hours, bringing some patchy rain to N. Ireland and western areas of mainland Britain by dawn." ... read more

Half of Britain's butterflies on threatened list as extinction risk increases

Eight species, the black hairstreak, glanville fritillary, heath fritillary, the high brown fritillary, grayling, large heath, wall, wood white, are now classified as endangered ... read more

Britain's Got Talent 2022 final date confirmed for latest series

The final date for Britain's Got Talent 2022 has been confirmed! The latest series is currently airing its audition shows on Saturday nights. Acts that impress the judges will go forward to the ... read more

Holocaust survivors who sought refuge in Britain gather to celebrate Queen's Jubilee

A group of Holocaust survivors gathered to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a tea party. They have all found sanctuary and welcome in the UK, under the eyes of Her Majesty ... read more

Daniel Hannan: The Northern Ireland Protocol is designed only to cause Britain maximum pain

The EU’s position on the Northern Ireland Protocol is based on a lie. Not a little fib, either, but a stinking whopper. Its stated justifications for the Protocol are very far from its actual motives. read more

A Queer Britain museum gallery has opened in King’s Cross

A new museum opened earlier this month, in King's Cross devoted to all things alphabetical -- the UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum. read more

Why Britain really can't afford to cut civil servants right now

A letter leaked to the BBC has revealed that the UK government aims to cut up to 91,000 civil service jobs over the next three years to save money. The letter, sent to civil servants by Simon Case, ... read more

'Britain's Strictest Headmistress' makes pupils walk to lessons in silence

"Strict is all about love because when you love them enough, you can hold your standards high for them and have them reach those standards." Ms Birbalsingh, who makes pupils walk to lessons in silence ... read more

It’s the anniversary of Section 28 – so what’s changed for LGBT+ people in Britain?

Exactly 34 ago, as AIDS tore through the UK’s queer community, Section 28 came into force. This especially loathsome amendment to the Local Government Act banned councils and schools “promoting the ... read more

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