Filipino chicken chain Jollibee to open flagship UK restaurant in London’s Leicester Square

Filipino chicken chain Jollibee is set to open 50 restaurants in the UK in the next six months, making it the latest international fast food chain to lay roots on British soil.  Famous around the world for crispy fried chicken and fast-food classics with a tropical twist, the fast food giant will open its new … Read more

Jollibee is opening it’s flagship UK store in London’s Leicester Sqaure

Filipino chicken chain Jollibee is set to open 50 restaurants in the UK in the next six months, making it the latest international fast food chain to lay roots on British soil.  Famous around the world for crispy fried chicken and fast-food classics with a tropical twist, the fast food giant will open its new … Read more

Boris Johnson’s sidelined Press Secretary Allegra Stratton FINALLY seen on screen

She’s back! PM’s sidelined spokeswoman Allegra Stratton is FINALLY seen on screen telling how the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow will ‘protect the planet’ She lost her job representing Boris Johnson on live television in reshuffle But re-emerged today in film showing how ministers are going to save the planet Ex-ITV and BBC reporter presented a ‘behind the … Read more

She’s back! PM’s sidelined spokeswoman Allegra is FINALLY seen on screen

She’s back! PM’s sidelined spokeswoman Allegra Stratton is FINALLY seen on screen telling how the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow will ‘protect the planet’ She lost her job representing Boris Johnson on live television in reshuffle But re-emerged today in film showing how ministers are going to save the planet Ex-ITV and BBC reporter presented a ‘behind the … Read more

The Hunterian appoints ‘curator of discomfort’ to address how collections sustain ‘white supremacy’

Prestigious museum The Hunterian appoints a ‘curator of discomfort’ to address how its collections helped sustain a legacy of ‘white supremacy’ Museum said ideologies had been ‘used to justify looting and plundering’ Zandra Yeaman to work with staff in the way exhibits are promoted to the public Professor Jeremy Black warned against using today’s morals to examine … Read more

Unite leadership hopeful accused of racism after calling for Home Secretary leave the country 

Union hopeful in ‘deport Priti Patel’ row: Unite leadership hopeful is accused of racism after calling for Home Secretary to be kicked out of the country By John Stevens Deputy Political Editor For The Daily Mail Published: 22:09 BST, 13 May 2021 | Updated: 22:09 BST, 13 May 2021 A leadership candidate for one of Britain’s … Read more

David Attenborough warns of ‘crippling problems’ caused by climate change ahead of Cop26

David Attenborough warns of ‘crippling problems’ caused by climate change in his role at this year’s Cop26 summit Sir David Attenborough, 95, has been named the People’s Advocate of this year’s Cop26 summitIn a video message, Attenborough said the coronavirus pandemic had shown how important collaboration between nations was to solving global problemsThe UN’s Cop26 climate … Read more

Scientists equip smartphones with ‘bat-sense’ technology to generate images from sound 

The future of CCTV? Smartphones equipped with ‘bat-sense’ technology could soon generate images from SOUND alone Researchers were inspired by echolocation used by bats to hunt and navigate They sent blips of sound from a speaker to bounce around an indoor spaceA machine learning algorithm times how long the signal takes to come backThat data is … Read more

Care worker sacked over ‘no decent honest Muslims’ Facebook post wins unfair dismissal case

Care worker sacked over Facebook post saying there were ‘no decent honest Muslims’ wins unfair dismissal case but gets no payout Linda Henderson was sacked after Ashgill Care Home bosses discovered posts Other posts on Facebook account said there were ‘no decent honest Muslims’ She won case for unfair dismissal after employers refused to consider evidence  By … Read more

‘It’s not about bunny-hugging’: Boris Johnson tells leaders to ‘get serious’ about climate change

Boris Johnson urged the world’s richest nations to embrace climate action for the sake of growth and jobs today – as he told them it was not just about ‘bunny-hugging’. The Prime Minister made the remarks as he addressed Joe Biden’s virtual gathering of world leaders, at which the president vowed to halve US emissions … Read more