Prince Harry officially changed primary residence to US

Prince Harry, the youngest son of Britain’s King Charles III, has officially changed his place of residence to the United States of America, TASS reports Photo: It is noted that the change was indicated in connection with the Travalyst Limited charity, where Prince Harry is listed as ‘an individual person with significant control’. According to the fillings, Prince Harry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex (his full name), now lives in the United States of America; this is ...

Prince Harry , UK

One more on board? AUKUS nuclear submarine deal to pose greater risk to regional security

... , the United Kingdom (UK), and the United States (US) is looking to ... Ma Hongliang In 2021, the US, the UK, and Australia announced the ... security partnership, dubbed AUKUS (Australia-UK-US), in a bid to deepen ...

AUKUS , UK , US , Australia , Japan

UK doctors urge to stop physical punishment against children

On April 17th, the UK’s Royal College of Paediatrics ...

UK , children , punishment

Expert compared UK’s plan to expel refugees to other countries with WWII Nazi ghetto, why

The Times reported that the United Kingdom is discussing with Armenia and other countries the sending of illegal migrants to these states. The leaked information shows that a new migration law is soon to be approved. Aleksei Avdonin, an expert at the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies, commented on the issue in his talk with Alfa Radio . “This situation [of sending migrants out] is possible. The Brits’ idea of gathering migrants from all over Europe and then ‘shipping’ them by plane to ...

uk , Ghetto , avdonin , migrants , opinion

The Telegraph: UK would be unable to stand ground for more than two months in case of conflict with Russia

... Armed Forces Minister, that the UK ‘couldn’t fight Russia for ...

uk , russia

Media: dozens of weapons and equipment stolen or lost in British army

At least 30 weapons and equipment have been stolen or lost from British military bases since 2018, reports wit reference to The Telegraph Photo: According to the publication, among the lost or stolen arms are several machine guns, including two general-purpose (GPMG) ones. The British army also lost SA-80 rifles, rocket launchers and thousands of rounds of ammunition. The GPMG can fire up to 750 rounds per minute and has a range of up to 1,800 metres. As noted by the ...

uk , army , weapons

Forbes: Britain handed over Challenger 2 tanks to Kyiv without additional armour

London handed over Challenger 2 tanks to Kyiv without additional armour kits – as stated by military columnist David Axe in an article for Forbes, RIA Novosti reports PHOTO: WWW.PIXABAY.COM “Ukraine never got these add-on armour kits, probably because the extra three tonnes of weight would make Ukrainian Challenger 2s even less mobile on soft ground,” the military observer noted. David Axe stressed that the tanks in question are characterised by low cross-country ability on soft soils, which ...

UK , Ukraine

UK could lose 8m jobs due to AI

... percent of tasks performed by UK staff, and this figure could ... artificial intelligence to cure the UK’s productivity problem. Companies across ...

UK , AI , jobs

Russian FM: British authorities involved in replicating fakes about Princess Kate

The Russian Foreign Ministry stated that the Royal Family and the British government are involved in fabricating and replicating misinformation about the health of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, RIA Novosti reports PHOTO: WWW.FREEPIK.COM It is reported that the ongoing conspiracy campaign in Britain, provoked by the prolonged absence from the public of Princess Catherine of Wales, wife of the heir to the British throne, Prince William, has once again highlighted the deeply vicious nature of ...

Russia , UK

British ex-MP said Palace of Westminster at risk of collapse

The Financial Times reported that the building where the British Parliament sits – the Palace of Westminster – is in a deplorable state and is at risk of collapse, along with the national art collections, RIA Novosti reports Photo: www.g Former MP Tristram Hunt said the palace had the stench of damp, an army of rats and mice, falling masonry, the perennial risk of fire and general air of grotty decay, as well as the hidden risks of asbestos and imploding mechanical and ...

Uk , Palace of Westminster

Expert explained who is to blame for ecocide of Ukrainian territory

The European Union has become the first international body to criminalise the most serious cases of environmental damage comparable to the so-called ecocide. An updated EU directive on environmental crimes is now being adopted, and European experts say that this is one of the most ambitious – and even revolutionary – laws in the world. The violator, if his illegal actions have led to severe environmental consequences, or to the death of people or other living beings, may face up to 10 years in ...

borovik , opinion , uk , Ukraine , ecocide

UK on West’s disagreements regarding confiscation of Russian assets

... a consensus – as stated by UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron, TASS ... individual countries were affected.” The UK Foreign Secretary stressed that his ... cause economic harm [to the UK]. The truth is that some ...

UK , West , Russia , Ukraine , assets

Expert: the US will force Europeans to fight following Ukrainians

The United States is interested in Europe ceasing to exist – as stated by Pavel Seleznev, the Dean of the Faculty of International Economic Relations at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, in his talk with Channel One Photo: As Mr. Seleznev noted, it would be an excellent option for Anglo-Saxons to start a big war on foreign territory, as a result of which the European Union would cease to exist. “Europe will no longer be part of their ...

Ukraine , usa , uk , europe

Media: anti-Muslim cases quadrupled in UK since October 2023

... attacks have surged in the UK over the past four months ... hate were registered in the UK. A significant part of them ... cases increased sharply in the UK after October 7th, 2023, when ...

UK , Islam , anti-Muslim hate

UK’s Shapps: Britain may reconsider conscription in case of world war

... based on conscription in the UK. However, he also clarified that ...

UK , Shapps , conscription

Mobile phone use to be banned in schools in England

The UK government has published guidance calling ... a press release from the UK Department for Education, the guidance ...

UK , schools , mobile phones , ban

Media: UK Ministry of Defence frozen new capital spending until late March

The British Defence Ministry has decided to freeze new capital spending until the end of March – corresponding to the end of the 2023/2024 financial year – due to rising inflation and increased costs for military personnel salaries, starting last autumn, TASS reports photo: According to The Daily Telegraph, pay rise a few months ago cost approximately £800m (over $1bn). It is noted that wages actually had to be financed from the Defence Ministry’s capital budget. This decision ...

UK , defence ministry , spending

UK extended tariff-free trade with Ukraine until 2029

... photo: The UK government said in a statement ... that trade between the UK and Ukraine will remain tariff ... relief offered to any country’. UK Minister of State for Trade ... ceremony. In May 2022, the UK removed all levies under a ...

UK , Ukraine , tariff-free trade

Immigration will add 6.1m people to UK population by 2036

... .1 million people to the UK population by mid-2036, which ... photo: The UK population is to grow from ... the forecast published by the UK Office for National Statistics (OHS ...

UK , immigration , population

Britain faces rail strikes again

Britain faced another week of disrupted travel from rail strikes from January 30th, indicating that the new strike law adopted by PM Rishi Sunak has failed, Reuters reports photo: The Strike Act empowers employers in certain sectors to require workers to maintain minimum levels of service on strike days so disruption to essential services like ambulances and trains is minimised. “Britain’s train operators have decided not to implement minimum service levels of 40 percent of the ...

UK , strike , railway

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