La La Land led the 2017 BAFTA Awards nominations with 11 nods, but it didn’t take home those 11 trophies, but it did pick up Best Film
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Chelsea did not have a single shot on target in the second half as Burnley took the game to the Premier League leaders.
United outclassed Hull and United should have scored a lot more.
Alexis Sanchez moved to 17 goals for the season when he scored twice as Arsenal beat relegation-threatened Hull
Liverpool looked more like the team that became the premier league’s most prolific scoring team before the New Years slump in form.
The 70th anniversary of Baftas is underway.
Furious Trump, rages, “see you in Court”, NHS is failing & the Clooney’s are expecting Twins
Twins, for the Clooney’s
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the Trump administration failed to offer any evidence that national security concerns justified immediately restoring the ban
Russian President Vladimir Putin approved on Feb. 7 a bill on an agreement between Russian and Turkish governments on the construction of the Turkish Stream natural gas pipeline. The agreement on the project entered into force through publication in Turkey’s Official Gazette on Dec. 6, 2016, four days after its ratification in parliament and signing into law by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Russia’s Federation Council, the upper house of parliament, approved the bill on Feb. 1 after the lower house of parliament, the State Duma, ratified the agreement in January while Turkey ratified it late in 2016. In the intergovernmental…
UN appeals for $2.1 bn for Yemen aid as famine looms The United Nations appealed for $2.1 billion to provide desperately needed aid to millions of people in war-ravaged Yemen this year, warning the country could soon face famine. Two years of war have devastated Yemen and millions of children, women and men desperately need help to survive the coming year. Without international support, they may face the threat of famine in the course of 2017. The appeal from U.N. agencies and other humanitarian organizations aims to gather funds to help some 12 million of the nearly 19 million people…
The speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, for voicing his comments and opposing Donald Trump addressing the Parliament.
06/02/2017; Today’s News brief, giving you an insght into the stories that are making the headlines, from around the globe.
The biggest game in the NFL, and Brady wins it for the Patriots.
The higher court’s denial of an ‘immediate stay’ means people from seven countries affected by Trump’s order will be allowed, for now, to enter the country while the legal battles continue.
Iran, North Korea, Brexit and of course a bacon & lettuce shortage
Israeli security force clash with Palestinian stone throwers following a demonstration demanding that Israeli authorities return the bodies of Palestinians killed
Isreal approves a further 3000 settlements in Palestine
Israel seized the West Bank and east Jerusalem in 1967. It later annexed east Jerusalem in a move never recognised by the international community.
What a first 10 days for the President.
Over 1 million people have signed the petition to stop Donald Trump visiting the UK. This is following his executive order to stop all types of immigration from 7 Muslim countries. The US President maintains that this is not a #MuslimBan, however the, in a television interview last week, the President said that Christians from these countries would be given extra support to come to the states. The PM is coming under extreme pressure to respond to Trumps Muslim Ban. However, her dilemma remains in connection to signing a deal with US post Brexit. On Saturday afternoon the petition had…
Thousands of protesters gathered at airports and cities nationwide for a second day on Sunday to decry President Donald Trump’s executive order
Roger Federer, arguably the greatest tennis player of all time, has won his 18th career grand slam
World reacted with dismay and outrage to Trump banning Muslims
The Manor team has collapsed after administrators failed to find a buyer for the stricken business. The F1 team Manor’s operating company Just Racing Services has been in administration since 6 January and FRP Advisory have been unable to find a buyer. The staff were sent home on Friday and told they they will be made redundant by the close of business on Tuesday after the payment of January salaries.