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  1. Britain's stock market recovered today after its worst single-day fall in three weeks - despite investors bracing for months of political uncertainty and questions over Boris Johnson's survival.

    The benchmark FTSE 100 index rallied in early trading in London this morning as it opened up by 1.44 per cent. Some investors appeared to be buoyed by hopes that the mounting political crisis will lead to a softening of the Government's tough stance on fiscal spending.

    Meanwhile investors expect little respite in the near term for sterling, which is at a two-year low versus the dollar.

    Daily Mail

  2. Seven in 10 Britons - and even 54% of Conservative voters - say Boris Johnson SHOULD resign

    YouGov's poll found 69 per cent of people believe the PM should step down - up 11 per cent from June 9, while a majority of people who voted Conservative in 2019 also want him gone. Just 34 per cent of Conservative voters wanted Johnson out on June 9 just days after he narrowly survived a no-confidence vote.

     

    YouGov polls suggest 69 per cent of Brits want Boris to resign but few have confidence that he will heed the calls

    Daily Mail

     

  3. Now supermarkets put security tags on CHEESE

    Supermarkets have started putting anti-theft security tags on cheese, butter and baby milk as the prices of products continue to rise amid the cost-of-living crisis. Sainsbury's boss Simon Roberts said pressure on budgets 'will only intensify' in the rest of this year amid the inflation crisis.

    £3.99 blocks of cheddar on shelves in Aldi with electronic tags, Sainsbury's large pack of Lurpak butter for £7.25 with a security label on it, Tesco has fitted security tags to tubs of baby milk, £8 packs of lamb inside security boxes in a Co-Op outlet ...

    Supermarkets have started putting anti-theft security tags on cheese, butter and baby milk as the prices of products continue to rise amid the cost-of-living crisis. Photos posted to social media showed £3.99 blocks of cheddar on shelves in Aldi with electronic tags fitted to them (above)

    Another image showed a large pack of Lurpak butter with a security label on it

    Meanwhile, Tesco has fitted security tags to tubs of baby milk. Cans of the formula milk - some of which were priced at £15 - are being protected at Tesco Extra in Streatham, south London

    Daily Mail

     

  4. The usual trolls work hard like usual to slide the topic ...

     

    Ukrainian soldiers returning from the front lines in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region complained of chaotic organization, desertions and mental health problems caused by relentless shelling.

    On the TV, they are showing beautiful pictures of the front lines, the solidarity, the army, but the reality is very different” Oleksiy said, adding he does not think the delivery of more Western weapons would change the course of the war. “The commanders don’t care if you are psychologically broken. If you have a working heart, if you have arms and legs, you have to go back in,” he added.

    Two other soldiers the AP interviewed — former office-workers in Kyiv with no prior battle experience — said they were sent to the front lines in the east as soon as they completed their initial training. They said they observed “terrible organization” and “illogical decision-making,” and many people in their battalion refused to fight. One of the soldiers said he smokes marijuana daily. “Otherwise, I would lose my mind, I would desert. It’s the only way I can cope” he said.

    apnews

  5. 1 hour ago, miguel said:

    The Independent are leading with a Tory MP claiming that Pincher groped him on two occasions.

    It's time he was taken into a cop shop to be questioned.  

    ... and whispered “You’ll go far in the Tory party”.

    Mr Pincher had already quit the whips’ office in 2017 after a complaint that he had made an unwanted pass at former Olympic rower and Conservative candidate Alex Story.

    At the time a young Tory activist, Mr Story alleged that year that the MP untucked the back of his shirt, massaged his neck and whispered “You’ll go far in the Tory party”.

    Independent

  6. 18 minutes ago, yelims said:

    Says who ? Russian propaganda? Are you not capable of backing up your statements with references??

    once again why does anything coming from NaZi Russia in your opinion has any credibility??

    In meantime 

     

    And

     

     

    Sorry I didn't realize you are lacking the ability to use Google.

    It has been reported by: CNBC, Reuters, Al Jazeera ....

    Take a look for yourself!

  7. 9 hours ago, Si1 said:

    I believe America and the free world also need to be careful how much they commit to this fight as whilst they have a military industrial base it will take a decade or so to rebuild to full strength. China might see this as a window of opportunity to take Taiwan. Maybe Russia contained but not broken is a more practical scenario.

    "Free" of what exactly?

  8. 10 hours ago, Flat Bear said:

    I am really sorry to tell you rollover, you have been hated by all the eastern european people for a long time.

    I did not really understand the hatred that I was hearing from everyone from the region. There was not one that had anything at all to say remotely nice about you.

    Unfortunately the only people who now do not hate you, infact some that like you, are a group of posters on this very thread. Some may be trolls, but it is likely that some are just useful idiots to me but close freinds to you.

    It seems that nearly the whole world now hates you. You are now hated by more people than anyone at anytime in history by a long way. I am not going to do a world poll but it would be in the billions and billions of people.

    You are not liked.

    You are like armchair general, know nothing about the situation outside your room.

    Your opinion is created from watching news, pushing one sided spin to it, and hearing some malicious gossip.

    But it looks to me you just made it all up, ill-intentioned to derogate other opinions.

  9. 9 hours ago, Flat Bear said:

    I am really sorry to tell you rollover, you have been hated by all the eastern european people for a long time.

    I did not really understand the hatred that I was hearing from everyone from the region. There was not one that had anything at all to say remotely nice about you.

    Unfortunately the only people who now do not hate you, infact some that like you, are a group of posters on this very thread. Some may be trolls, but it is likely that some are just useful idiots to me but close freinds to you.

    It seems that nearly the whole world now hates you. You are now hated by more people than anyone at anytime in history by a long way. I am not going to do a world poll but it would be in the billions and billions of people.

    You are not liked.

    You are personally attacking me and being intentionally insulting by overusing pronoun YOU , aren't you not?

    I have already stated countless time I am not Russian, don't speak Russian and I haven't ever been there before.

    Can you put an end to your abusive language!

  10. 3 minutes ago, Grayphil said:

    Errr your reply is complete nonsense.

    For example, the country I'm referring to is Latvia.

    They are ripping out all the old Soviet monuments as they are so disgusted with what the Russians are doing.

    You can use Google to check, although I'm not sure if it works properly in Russia 

    You are frozen some 30 years ago, and just trolling now.

     

  11. Boris Johnson faces investigation into claims over 40 ‘new’ hospitals

    Trusts reveal only five wholly new hospitals planned, as Labour says the scheme ‘exists only in PM’s imagination’

    The government’s official spending watchdog is to launch an inquiry into Boris Johnson’s claim that 40 new hospitals will be built by 2030, as concerns grow in Whitehall that the pledge is unaffordable and has been greatly oversold to the public.

    In a move that could prove hugely embarrassing for the prime minister, the independent National Audit Office (NAO) has decided to conduct a “value for money review” into the entire scheme, which was a cornerstone of the Conservative party’s 2019 general election manifesto.

  12. 19 minutes ago, yelims said:

    Notice how in usually backup my statements with references 

    I realise however that civilised discourse is a difficult concept for brainwashed Ruskies like yourself where you think what you are told to think and live in a reality distortion field that keeps you piss poor and apathetic 

    for example earlier I posted a poll showing overwhelming support in Ukraine to win this war and cede nothing (twice, with support rising as atrocities mount)

    Your mind is distorted, because you are nor able to keep on topic, init?

    You are calling everyone with different opinion Ruskies, Russian ****, etc.

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