'19Jan
28

Shoppers face food shortages and price rises under a no-deal Brexit, warn supermarket chiefs

Britons could face significant disruption to the supply of food if Theresa May fails to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, leading retailers have warned.Some of the country's biggest supermarkets and restaurant...
'19Jan
28

Brexit is good news for those in the business of war

Image: Protest outside last week's Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space annual black tie dinner in London's Park Lane. Credit: Lydia Noon.While Brits have grown accustomed to turbulence in political fairyland,...
'19Jan
26

DEATH ISLAND MYSTERY: Paradise hotspot where tourists meet violent end

The Caribbean island of St Lucia is blessed with sandy white beaches, beautiful crystal clear waters and a tranquil atmosphere that tens of thousands of tourists flock to each year to wind down and escape their...
'19Jan
16

Is Kenya a safe country to visit?

British travellers in Kenya should remain vigilant in the wake of an Islamic terrorist attack on a luxury hotel complex that left at least 14 dead, the UK Foreign Office (FCO) has warned.Around 100,000 Britons...
'19Jan
15

TwentyFour Select Monthly Income Fund - Annual Financial Report

LEI: 549300P9Q5O2B3RDNF78(Classified Regulated Information, under DTR 6 Annex Section 1.1)TWENTYFOUR SELECT MONTHLY INCOME FUND LIMITEDAnnual Report and Audited Financial StatementsFor the year ended 30 September...
'19Jan
14

Prof on UK Drone Law: Stricter Regulation Could Lead to More Illegal Drones

Sputnik: How can police prevent drones from entering airports' airspace? How can they be disabled or downed?Professor Kevin Curran: Aside from geo-zoning of drones by manufacturers that prevent them flying into ...
'19Jan
08

Stephen Barclay 'hasn't spoken to EU about delaying Brexit'

The Brexit Secretary has cast doubt on claims UK and EU officials are talking about delaying Brexit if MPs reject Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.Stephen Barclay said the UK remained committed to leaving on 29...
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