UK celebrated the National Cinema Day on 28Th August with a record-breaking $34 million in ticket sales, which was a significant rise from previous year’s inaugural cinema day celebration revenue … Continue reading UK’s National Cinema Day breaks records with $34 Million in ticket sales, 8.5 million people attended celebrations
The British production company ITN has won rights to access police investigation into the UK’s worst child killer Lucy Letby in process to make a detailed documentary. The documentary will … Continue reading British producer ITN wins exclusive rights to access police investigation into child killer Lucy Letby case
Gun violence and mass shooting incidents in America has become so common that it has now entered into the travel advisories of various countries. Al least six countries have issued … Continue reading At least 6 countries issues travel advisory to the US over increasing gun violence and mass shooting incidents
The BBC chairman Richard Sharp on Friday resigned after an investigation report found him to have breached ethical standards over the Boris Johnson loan scandal. Sharp’s resignation came after an … Continue reading BBC chairman Richard Sharp resigns over loan scandal
The United Kingdom Foreign minister James Cleverly raised the issue of BBC tax searches with India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar during a bilateral meeting on Wednesday. James Cleverly is in … Continue reading ‘BBC must follow Indian laws’, EAM S Jaishankar’s counter reply to UK on issues of BBC tax searches
After the Pope decries “cancel culture” as “ideological colonisation”, LBC ditch Maajid Nawaz from the airwaves and Maureen Lipman calls out Helen Mirren, being cancelled is once again back in the news. But what does it mean, how does it differ from being ignored and what can it mean for a person’s career?
Since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, we have passed no legislation, with the exception of the Domestic Abuse Bill. Our Parliament simply isn’t working. It’s not functioning. Yesterday, we heard … Continue reading Brexit: The beginning of the end? It’s not even the end of the beginning