REFORMED by Samuel Drira

Prince George's godmother reveals she buys the 'feisty and cheeky' royal 'impossible' noisy toys

Prince George's godmother reveals she buys the 'feisty and cheeky' royal 'impossible' noisy toys

4 minutes ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Julia Samuels, 60, from London, who was close friends with Princess Diana, called godson Prince George, six, 'funny, feisty and cheeky' while on the How to Fail with Elizabeth...
Read more ...

Prince George's godmother buys him 'impossibly noisy toys' in joke inspired by Princess Diana

32 minutes ago   |   The Independent   |   2 articles

Julia Samuels said that the tradition of buying presents which require 'a lot of making' for Prince William, stems back to his mother
Read more ...

'Defund the police' is not nonsense. Here's what it really means | Adam Elliott-Cooper

2 hours ago   |   The Guardian

The call from the Black Lives Matter movement is a recognition that expanding the UK's police and prisons has done little for public safety When Keir Starmer condemned demands...
Read more ...

Paapa Essiedu and Jamael Westman among names on letter to theatre industry leaders calling for 'urgent reform' to tackle racism

3 hours ago   |   Evening Standard


Read more ...

Brit MPs vote down bid to delay IR35 reforms, press ahead with new tax rules for private-sector contractors

3 hours ago   |   The Register

Amendment aimed to push back introduction to 2023/24, but it'll go ahead as planned next year MPs have voted against an amendment to the Finance Bill which set out to delay...
Read more ...

Black Theatre Collective calls for industry reform - not 'empty gestures'

5 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Newly formed group sends open letter to UK theatres , suggesting five measures to make the industry more inclusive More than 400 actors and theatre figures, including Paapa...
Read more ...

MPs block further delay to IR35 tax rules

MPs block further delay to IR35 tax rules

8 hours ago   |   Energy Voice

MPs have blocked a move to further delay the introduction of IR35 tax rules to the private sector until 2023. An amendment to the finance bill - amendment 20 - was defeated in...
Read more ...

Vladimir Putin could stay in power until 2036 as Russians approve constitutional reforms

9 hours ago   |   Evening Standard   |   3 articles

Russians have opened the door to Vladimir Putin staying in power until 2036 by voting overwhelmingly for constitutional changes that will allow him to run again for president...
Read more ...

Ghana seeks power cuts

9 hours ago   |   Energy Voice

Ghana has made considerable progress in distributing power to its citizens, but talks are under way in order to make this process more sustainable. Around 86% of Ghanaians have...
Read more ...

Scotland faces potential labour shortage under UK Government migration reforms

Scotland faces potential labour shortage under UK Government migration reforms

11 hours ago   |   Daily Record

The number of economic migrants heading to Scotland could drop by half - leaving some sectors struggling to fill jobs.
Read more ...


Register you to post on News Times

Free Registration

Economy adds 4.8 million new jobs in June in lockdown recovery, official...

Economy adds 4.8 million new jobs in June in lockdown recovery, official figures show

The Bureau of Labor Statistics' official June unemployment estimates say unemployment now stands at 11.1% after a record number of new jobs. But prospects of further recover... Read more ...

Jeffrey Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell ‘arrested by FBI'

Jeffrey Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell ‘arrested by FBI'

Ghislaine Maxwell has reportedly been arrested by the FBI The former girlfriend of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested by the FBI, it has been reported. Two... Read more ...

The Crown Season 5 Casts Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret

The Crown Season 5 Casts Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret

The Crown has found its final Princess Margaret in Lesley Manville. For the fifth and final season, Manville will take over the role of Queen Elizabeth II's sister from Helena... Read more ...

Face-to-face EU trade talks end EARLY with 'significant differences that...

Face-to-face EU trade talks end EARLY with 'significant differences that still remain'

The first round of face-to-face negotiations since coronavirus struck had been due to conclude tomorrow in Brussels. But UK chief negotiator David Frost revealed they ended today. Read more ...

Man (64) arrested in NI in UK's biggest police operation against organised crime

Man (64) arrested in NI in UK's biggest police operation against organised crime

A 64-year-old man has been arrested as part of as part of the UK's biggest law enforcement operation against serious and organised criminality. Read more ...

England to join West Indies in wearing Black Lives Matter logo during Test...

England to join West Indies in wearing Black Lives Matter logo during Test series

England's Test series against West Indies starts next week England will join the West Indies in wearing a Black Lives Matter logo on their playing shirts throughout the... Read more ...

NHS Test and Trace is STILL failing to find a quarter of...

NHS Test and Trace is STILL failing to find a quarter of coronavirus-infected cases

Of the 6,183 Covid-19 UK patients who were referred to the contact tracing programme between June 18 and June 24, just 4,639 were actually tracked down . Read more ...

Teenager charged with murdering sisters found dead in park after birthday party

Teenager charged with murdering sisters found dead in park after birthday party

Danyal Hussein, 18, is accused of murdering sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London in the early hours of June 6 Read more ...

Teenager in court charged with murdering two sisters in Wembley country park

Teenager in court charged with murdering two sisters in Wembley country park

Read more ...

Boris Johnson's dad ignores lockdown travel rule to fly to Greek holiday home

Boris Johnson's dad ignores lockdown travel rule to fly to Greek holiday home

Stanley Johnson says he was trying to ‘Covid-proof' his property The Prime Minister's father has flown to Greece despite Government guidance to avoid foreign travel unless it... Read more ...