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KPMG chief takes swipe at rival EY’s $80bn break-up plan
In a memo to KPMG partners, Bill Thomas wrote that a break-up of the global accountancy firm would benefit partners at the expense of the next generation".
BA pay dispute: What are my rights if strikes hit the summer holidays at Heathrow?
The prospect of strikes affecting BA services at Heathrow this summer are another headache for a struggling airline and also passengers who were, likely, already nervous about getting away after disruption at airports across Europe.
Boris Johnson under pressure after UK election defeats
Boris Johnson's Conservatives lost two parliamentary seats on Friday, a new blow to Britain's prime minister who then lost a close ally with the surprise resignation of his party's chairman and faced renewed calls to quit.
In an Illegal, inhuman and non binding ruling, US Supreme Court overturns Roe vs Wade, ends constitutional right to abortion
The illegal ruling of the Supreme Court in America is not binding because it transcends the territory in which any court has the power to intervene: the woman's body is outside the jurisdiction of dubious lawyers chosen by politicians to...
Climate, malaria highlighted as Commonwealth leaders meet
Leaders of Commonwealth nations met in Rwanda’s capital Friday to tackle climate change, tropical diseases and other challenges deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airport chaos: European travel runs into pandemic cutbacks
The airport lines are long, and lost luggage is piling up. It’s going to be a chaotic summer for travelers in Europe.
London is 'first to be hit' in World War 3 warns Russian state TV
A close ally of Vladimir Putin’s has issued a chilling warning on Russia’s state TV, saying London should be bombed first if World War Three happens.
Women sexually assaulted by masseur speaks out to get others to come forward
Two young women who were sexually assaulted by the same massage therapist in London have shared their stories – hoping to give the strength to other potential victims to contact the Metropolitan Police. The Thai masseur was sentenced tod...
Heathrow asks airlines to cancel 10% of flights today as airport faces baggage backlog
It comes after hundreds of passengers were left waiting for around three hours over the weekend to retrieve their luggage, with no explanation from staff.
When UK's Prince William Sold Magazines On Streets For Charity
Prince William, second in line to the British throne, was spotted in early June standing on a Westminster Street as a vendor for the "Big Issue", which is sold by homeless people in Britain as a way of earning money.
Pope Francis' Decision To Cancel Africa Trip Fuels Rumours Over Resignation
Experts say the rumours within the insular Roman Curia are nothing new, and often fuelled by those with an interest.
George Lamming, a giant of modern Caribbean writing, dies
George Lamming, a giant of post-colonial literature whose novels, essays and speeches influenced readers and peers in his native Barbados and around the world, has died at age 94.
Black Americans living abroad reflect on Juneteenth
As the United States marks only the second federally recognized Juneteenth, Black Americans living overseas have embraced the holiday as a day of reflection and an opportunity to educate people in their host countries on Black history.
Belgium to return Patrice Lumumba’s gold tooth in bid to atone for colonial crimes
Relic of the murdered Republic of Congo leader will be returned to his family as Brussels confronts its bloody past in Africa
Biden falls on bike ride (VIDEO)
US President Joe Biden fell from his bicycle while stopping to greet supporters in Rehoboth, Delaware on Saturday. The 79-year-old president did not require medical attention.
Something to cheer you up
When it seems to us that the sky is falling, the earth is shaking and everything we relied on is going bankrupt, it would be right to watch this powerful clip and remember that for everything that is bad in America, there is also somethi...
Government’s Rwanda asylum policy is ‘absolutely shameful’, says Lady Amos
Labour peer who is first black member of Order of the Garter says scheme threatens to undermine UK’s global standing
WTO ministers reach deals on fisheries, food, COVID vaccines
After all-night talks, members of the World Trade Organization early Friday reached a string of deals and commitments aimed at protecting stocks of ocean fish, broadening production of COVID-19 vaccines in the developing world, improving...
Trump’s Pressure Campaign Against Pence on January 6th Revealed
The FDA approves COVID-19 vaccines for children under five, Dr. Fauci tests positive for the virus, the January 6th hearings reveal unknown threats to Mike Pence, Pakistan faces a tea shortage, and Sweden finds a sexy way to encourage ci...
Johnson's Rwanda plan backfires
Boris Johnson's plan to move illegal migrants to Rwanda has backfired. A European Court grounded the first flight. The Church of England called it an "immoral policy that shames Britain". Reports claim Prince Charles is "appalled" by the...
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