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Oil price fall: Fear of recession grows over uncertainty over future OPEC output

According to reports, Brent crude futures for September delivery fell $3.42 (£2.82), or three percent, to settle at $109.03 (£89.96) per barrel. The August contract, which expires on Thursday, fell $1.45 (£1.20), or 1.3 percent, to settle at $114.81)(£94.73) a barrel. The US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell $4.02 (£3.32), or 3.7 percent, […]

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Princess Diana’s quirky response to her ‘favourite DJ’ after hearing his review of meeting

Sharing one such incident, former Capital Radio presenter Graham Dene, dubbed as ‘Princess Diana’s favourite DJ’ spoke about his fondest memories of meeting the late royal and what they did. Mr Dene, who now hosts a regular show on Boom Radio, has released a number of brilliant stories to mark what would have been Diana’s […]

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GB News: Prince William ‘the woke’ slammed by David Starkey over Rwanda row

Broadcaster and historian David Starkey branded the Duke of Cambridge as “woke William” during the conversation on the show. Mr Starkey branded Prince William as “woke” following controversial comments from his father Prince Charles at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda. Representing the Queen at the meeting, the future monarch caused a […]

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Boris Johnson vows to slash food import tariffs to ease cost of living crisis

According to the report, oranges, bananas, olives, rice and other products that Britain does not produce domestically could see price cuts of about 10 percent under a plan to stop taxing foreign food that will not undercut UK farmers. The Prime Minister said that Britain had “food tariffs we don’t need” and has launched a […]

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Peston: Putin’s invasion ‘nowhere near conclusion’ says expert – ‘This is not a victory’

The chilling advice came in response to the comments of UK’s top military officer Sir Patrick Sanders who said he feared Russia will be more dangerous after the Ukraine conflict is over. In a speech on Tuesday, General Sir Patrick Sanders, the Chief of the General Staff, said he had never seen such a clear […]

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GB news: Guest slams ‘impossible’ bid for Brexit Britain to rejoin single market

The Mayor of London made his case after reports revealed that the EU has dealt a multi-million-pound blow to UK trade. His comments also came after the Government won a Commons vote on the Northern Ireland Bill, authorising a second reading on legislation to alter the Brexit deal concerning Northern Ireland. Speaking to Mark Dolan […]

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G7 agrees to explore cap on Russian oil price to deplete Moscow’s war chest ‘Only way out’

The war in Ukraine and its dramatic economic fallout, in particular soaring food and energy inflation, dominated this year’s summit of the group of rich democracies at a castle resort in the Bavarian Alps. An oil price cap would ratchet up existing Western pressure on Russia from sanctions, which German Chancellor Olaf Scholz insisted would […]

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Boris claimed ‘crazy, macho’ Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if he was a woman

The UK Prime Minister said the “crazy, macho” invasion was a “perfect example of toxic masculinity” and he called for “more women in positions of power”. In an interview with German media following the G7 summit in Schloss Elmau, the Prime Minister cited the Russian President’s gender as a contributory factor to the conflict. Mr […]

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War fears skyrocket as Truss says UK should send Taiwan weapons in case of China invasion

The surprising remarks were made by Ms Truss while giving evidence to a Commons committee on Monday. At present, Britain has no defence or diplomatic ties with Taiwan, which it is feared could be invaded by China, with Beijing increasingly hostile towards Taipei. Miss Truss said: “There is always a tendency, and we’ve seen this […]

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Warning for Putin as NATO pledges 300K troops on high readiness – ‘Game changer’

Mr Stoltenberg said the military alliance’s forces in the Baltic states and five other frontline countries would be increased “up to brigade levels” – doubled or trebled to between 3,000 and 5,000 troops. The alliance still needs to hash out how the details of how it will increase the number of troops on high readiness […]