Boris Johnson ‘AXES plans for TV briefings despite spending £2.6m on converting a room

Boris Johnson ‘AXES plans for TV briefings despite spending £2.6m on converting a room in Downing Street and hiring journalist Allegra Stratton to be the face of them’ Boris Johnson s axed plans for White House-style televised press briefings  The Prime Minister had confirmed the proposals for briefing room last year Megahertz was hired to … Read more

Boris Johnson ‘AXES plans for TV briefings despite spending £2.6m on converting a room

Boris Johnson ‘AXES plans for TV briefings despite spending £2.6m on converting a room in Downing Street and hiring journalist Allegra Stratton to be the face of them’ Boris Johnson s axed plans for White House-style televised press briefings  The Prime Minister had confirmed the proposals for briefing room last year Megahertz was hired to … Read more

Covid lockdown UK: Seven million Britons will hit the High Street in £4.5billion spending spree

It’s Bounce Back Monday! Seven million Britons will hit the High Street in £4.5billion spending spree as the next step on our road to freedom starts Up to seven million shoppers are expected to flood UK high streets next week They will take advantage of extended hours and price cuts as lockdown eases Analysts predict … Read more

Covid lockdown UK: Seven million Britons will hit the High Street in £4.5billion spending spree

It’s Bounce Back Monday! Seven million Britons will hit the High Street in £4.5billion spending spree as the next step on our road to freedom starts Up to seven million shoppers are expected to flood UK high streets next week They will take advantage of extended hours and price cuts as lockdown eases Analysts predict … Read more

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of Covid pandemic

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time it has gone down since the global financial crisis in 2007 International aid spending stats for 2020 show it declined by £712m to £14.5bn  Figure linked to UK economic prosperity, battered by Covid shutdowns last … Read more

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of Covid pandemic

UK’s foreign aid spending falls by £712million to £14.5billion due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time it has gone down since the global financial crisis in 2007 International aid spending stats for 2020 show it declined by £712m to £14.5bn  Figure linked to UK economic prosperity, battered by Covid shutdowns last … Read more

Donald and Melania Trump attend Easter service before spending day at Mar-a-Lago with grandkids

Former President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania were given a rousing round of applause as they attended Easter Sunday service in Florida today. The couple stood in the front row of the Christ Fellowship Church in Palm Beach Gardens for its morning service. A member of the congregation filmed as Senior Pastor Todd Mullins … Read more

Get ready for the £50BILLION post-pandemic spending splurge

Get ready for the £50BILLION post-pandemic spending splurge: Britons put holidays and eating at at top of list as they plan to blow their lockdown savings Survey revealed foreign holidays will be most popular post-pandemic purchase  Study found 46 per cent of households increased their savings this past year £50billion of extra £192billion in savings is … Read more

Get ready for the £50BILLION post-pandemic spending splurge

Get ready for the £50BILLION post-pandemic spending splurge: Britons put holidays and eating at at top of list as they plan to blow their lockdown savings Survey revealed foreign holidays will be most popular post-pandemic purchase  Study found 46 per cent of households increased their savings this past year £50billion of extra £192billion in savings is … Read more

Shoppers spending more online for Mother’s Day this year

Shoppers spending more online for Mother’s Day this year as pubs and restaurants remain closed By Alex Lawson, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 GMT, 13 March 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 13 March 2021 Shoppers are spending more online for Mother’s Day this year as pubs and restaurants remain closed, figures indicate.  Related retail … Read more