Month: November 2021

BBC Who Do You Think You Are?: What is Ed Balls Day and why does he have a day named after him?

Ed Balls was for years known for his work in politics, but lately the former Labour MP and ex-Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer has reinvented himself as a TV personality, having a go at presenting ITV’s Good Morning Britain. Debuting in his latest role earlier this month, Ed’s new venture has drawn a mixed reaction […]

African football legend in extraordinary on-air rant about homosexuality and Islam (VIDEO) — RT Sport News

One of the most successful players in African football history has produced a blistering live rant to an audience of millions during a Premier League game, urging Muslim people to act on homosexuality. Mohamed Aboutrika boasts more than seven million followers on Instagram, including Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah and Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez. Providing punditry for […]

New bank capital rules due by 2025 at latest, says BoE’s Woods By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority Sam Woods speaks during the Bank of England’s financial stability report at the Bank of England in the City of London, Brita By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – The final batch of post-financial crisis bank capital […]

A day after winning Ballon d’Or, Messi misses training for unusual reason — RT Sport News

Paris Saint-Germain have revealed that Lionel Messi missed training the morning after he won the Ballon d’Or – and their announcement suggests that he could be set to miss at least one game in the French giants’ busy schedule. The Argentina captain was awarded France Football’s prestigious gong for the world’s best player for a […]

London Underground: Sadiq Khan warns that Tube line could shut forever

A London Underground line could close for good if Transport for London doesn’t get a “proper” bailout in 11 days, Sadiq Khan has warned today. An emergency funding deal between TfL and the government expires in just eleven days – and City Hall has issued apocalyptic warnings over the fate of London transport if a […]

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