UK Culture Minister Warns Facebook of More Regulations Following Australian News Ban Spat

Facebook recently lifted a short-lived restriction for Australian users accessing news content on the social media site, following tensions between the company and Canberra. The Morrison government proposed new legislation that seeks to create more even-handed negotiations between large internet firms and news providers online, … Read More >UK Culture Minister Warns Facebook of More Regulations Following Australian News Ban Spat

Cyber criminals adopted ‘silent stealing’ scams during the Covid-19 pandemic & people working at home are the most likely target

A new approach known as “silent stealing”, where fraudsters seek to steal a small amount of money from a large number of people, appears to be on the rise as the UK keeps battling the Covid-19 crisis. … Read More >Cyber criminals adopted ‘silent stealing’ scams during the Covid-19 pandemic & people working at home are the most likely target

Racial unrest is distraction from class divide, real change is improving life of AVERAGE black person – ex-footballer John Barnes

Nothing will change for disadvantaged racial minorities until anti-racism movements like BLM shift focus from elevating those groups’ elites to giving the masses the opportunities they need, former footballer John Barnes told RT. … Read More >Racial unrest is distraction from class divide, real change is improving life of AVERAGE black person – ex-footballer John Barnes

Ex-MP Williamson slams University of Bristol for failure to defend anti-Zionist professor from ‘lynch mob’ demanding his firing

Former Derby North MP Chris Williamson has called out the University of Bristol for its “outrageous lack of solidarity” with sociology Professor David Miller, currently under attack by the Board of Deputies of British Jews. … Read More >Ex-MP Williamson slams University of Bristol for failure to defend anti-Zionist professor from ‘lynch mob’ demanding his firing

Over 120 UK-based charities that paid for ‘implicit bias’ courses just ‘tip of the iceberg’ in lucrative woke industry – media

Some of the donations for charitable causes made by Britons have reportedly gone to fund scientifically questionable courses meant to teach employees to resist unconscious biases. The UK government ditched such training last year. … Read More >Over 120 UK-based charities that paid for ‘implicit bias’ courses just ‘tip of the iceberg’ in lucrative woke industry – media

Facebook acting like ‘school yard bully’ in Australian news content ban row – UK News Media Association

The UK News Media Association’s chairman has accused Facebook of behaving like a “school yard bully,” after the company blocked all news content in Australia over a row about tech companies having to pay for journalistic content. … Read More >Facebook acting like ‘school yard bully’ in Australian news content ban row – UK News Media Association

Brit who sneaked out to see fiancée in hotel faces up to 6 years in jail for breaking Singapore’s quarantine rules

A UK man has pleaded guilty to violating Singapore’s Covid-19 restrictions by secretly sneaking out from quarantine to spend a night with his fiancée. He now faces up to six years behind bars. … Read More >Brit who sneaked out to see fiancée in hotel faces up to 6 years in jail for breaking Singapore’s quarantine rules

UK foreign sec says Covid vaccine passports ‘under consideration’ just days after vaccine minister calls idea ‘discriminatory’

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab revealed that domestic Covid-19 vaccine passports – which would allow only vaccinated Brits to enter shops and other establishments – haven’t been ruled out, despite their controversial nature. … Read More >UK foreign sec says Covid vaccine passports ‘under consideration’ just days after vaccine minister calls idea ‘discriminatory’

Heathrow warns of ‘significant gaps’ in UK govt hotel quarantine plan, two days before launch of new border restrictions

Britain’s busiest airport has said that a quarantine plan for arrivals from Covid-19 hotspot countries is still not ready, two days before its launch. The government has failed to provide “necessary reassurances,” it added. … Read More >Heathrow warns of ‘significant gaps’ in UK govt hotel quarantine plan, two days before launch of new border restrictions