Interim civilian PM named for post-coup Mali

Bamako: Former Mali foreign minister Moctar Ouane has been name the country's interim prime minister, state television said, a move likely to trigger the lifting of sanctions imposed by the West Africa regional bloc in the aftermath of the military coup last month. The sanctions have caused imports to the landlocked country to slump 30 […]

Mass roll-out of Covid vaccine 'could be delayed for TWO YEARS'

Mass roll-out of Covid vaccine could be delayed for TWO YEARS by Government failure to get to grips with supply chain needed to immunise entire population, expert says Experts claim Government has failed to secure items for vaccine supply chain Claim they need vials and pallets to store it and refrigerated lorries to move it  […]

Zoe Ball 'asks BBC to pay her LESS after pay ris to £1.36m a year'

Zoe Ball ‘asks BBC to pay her LESS because she feels uncomfortable with £1million pay rise that took her salary to £1.36m a year’ The BBC Radio Two Breakfast Show host saw pay rise from £300k to £1.36million Her raise came after Ms Ball took over show from long-serving host Chris Evans She will ask […]

Can Tory rebels defeat Boris Johnson in vote on coronavirus laws?

Can Tory rebels defeat Boris Johnson in vote on ‘draconian’ coronavirus laws? MPs’ anger grows over use of emergency powers to introduce tough new pandemic restrictions More than 50 MPs have signed an amendment laid down by Sir Graham Brady  They are demanding votes before any future curbs on British ‘liberty’ brought in Labour and the […]

Migrant whose journey from Sudan has ended at converted Army barracks

‘This place is no good’: Migrant whose journey from Sudan has ended at a converted Army barracks says the conditions are like a prison… and wishes he had STAYED in France to claim asylum there Four Sudanese asylum seekers moved to former Army barracks in Folkestone The men, who said they are in their 20s and […]

Surfboard lost in Hawaii resurfaces 5,200 miles away in Philippines

Surfboard that was lost in Hawaii resurfaces six months later more than 5,200 miles away in the Philippines Surfer and photographer Doug Falter lost his beloved surfboard while riding the waves of Hawaii in February 2018 and it resurfaced in August in the Philippines Primary school teacher Giovanne Branzuela purchased it from a local fisherman […]

Melburnians can't leave their homes except for 'essential' reasons

Five million Melburnians STILL can’t leave their homes except for ‘essential’ reasons for another three weeks – despite curfew finally being lifted Scott Morrison called for Premier Daniel Andrews to review his roadmap dates The city’s crippled hospitality industry won’t reopen until at least mid-October Melbourne’s controversial 9pm to 5am curfew will be lifted on […]

NYC principals union votes ‘no confidence’ in de Blasio, Carranza

New York City’s school principals union has issued a vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, calling on them to abdicate control of schools to the state in a brutal rebuke over their handling of the system’s coronavirus comeback. The heads of the Council of School Supervisors and […]