General Election LIVE: Richard Tice says 'the momentum is with us' as bombshell poll puts Reform UK ahead of Tories
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by Millie Cooke
33m ago
Richard Tice has said the "momentum" is with Reform UK, after a new poll showed the party had overtaken the Tories. Polling from YouGov, published yesterday, saw Reform's support increase by two points to 19 per cent. The Tories remained unchanged on 18 per cent. The polling was conducted after the Conservative Party published its manifesto on Tuesday. Speaking about the survey, Tice said: "We're delighted with that poll, which reflects what we're hearing up and down the country as ourt candidates are campaigning. "Something's happening out there, it's quite extraordinary. "So we were hoping ..read more
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Meghan Markle is 'not the biggest diva' in the Royal Family, claims expert
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by Gabrielle Wilde
33m ago
Meghan Markle is "not the biggest diva" in the Royal Family, a commentator has claimed. Former BBC Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond has revealed that Meghan comes in second in the "diva" category and the late Princess Margaret could give her a good run for her money. The late Queen's younger sister was known for her no-nonsense attitude and could come across "rude" at times. Speaking to The Sun, Bond said: ""(Margaret) was fantastically grand, fantastically snobbish. “And she did tarnish the reputation of the Royal Family with her lifestyle, her broken marriage, bringing divorce into the f ..read more
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Michael Mosley shared 'secret fear' about his health just weeks before tragic death
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by Olivia Gantzer
33m ago
Michael Mosley harboured a secret fear over his health, which he revealed publicly just weeks before his tragic death on the Greek island of Symi. Days before his disappearance was reported, Mosley attended the Hay Festival on May 25, and questioned a psychology expert over some concerns he had. BBC Radio 4 played some of the conversation from the festival on it's Friday morning show ahead of a special tribute to the 67-year-old which will be airing tonight. Mosley can be heard questioning professor of psychology and cognitive science Paul Bloom, and makes a surprising admission. He asked t ..read more
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Reform set to scrap petrol and diesel car ban, slash fuel duty by 20p and crack down on Clean Air Zones
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by Felix Reeves
2h ago
Reform UK has confirmed that it will make a number of major driving law changes to benefit Britain's motorists if they are elected in the upcoming General Election. Speaking to GB News, a Reform UK insider clarified that the party would be sticking to its guns and supporting Britain's motorists through a host of new driving laws. With the General Election just weeks away, political parties are trying their hardest to get voters to back their cause following several prominent manifesto launches this week. Reform UK has consistently backed itself as the party acting on behalf of drivers and i ..read more
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Google testing anti-theft feature that uses AI to block thieves who snatch Android phones, can YOU update?
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by Aaron Brown
3h ago
Google has started to test its incoming Theft Detection Lock feature, announced during its Google I/O developer conference last month, with Android smartphone owners in Brazil. The South American country is a hotbed for phone theft — with one million mobiles stolen within a year in 2022, data from Brazil Forum on Public Safety shows. That's 1.9 phones stolen every minute. In fact, Google engineers started to work on the functionality, which is powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), because of feedback from its users and employees in Sao Paolo, Brazil and London, UK. Beta tests are design ..read more
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Bowel cancer breakthrough as 'game-changing' treatment shrinks tumours in majority of patients
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by Adam Chapman
9h ago
Scientists are hailing a potential new dawn in the treatment of bowel cancer after finding a combination of drugs had shrunk tumours in the majority of patients. Botensilimab and balstilimab could “offer new hope” for those diagnosed with a form of the deadly disease that has previously not responded to immunotherapy, researchers from Anglia Ruskin University said. Both drugs work by triggering the body’s immune system to attack cancer cells. Describing the treatment as “potentially game changing”, the team said it hopes authorities in the UK will be “able to move quickly” in approving its ..read more
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Harry Dunn's family accuses US government of 'obstructing' inquest into son's death and of 'not caring about UK lives'
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by Georgina Cutler
9h ago
The family of Harry Dunn have accused the US government of "obstructing" their son’s inquest after both representatives of the US embassy and driver Anne Sacoolas were absent from the four-day inquest. Sacoolas said in a witness statement that the crash which killed the teenage motorcyclist in August 2019 is something that will live with her "every single day for the rest of my life". The US State Department asserted diplomatic immunity on behalf of Sacoolas and she was able to leave the UK 19 days after the fatal collision. Northamptonshire coroner Anne Pember criticised the US government ..read more
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Patrick Christys blasts 'left-wing bias' in mainstream media over Farage 'silence'
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by Georgia Pearce
9h ago
Patrick Christys has slammed establishment media for giving Keir Starmer and Ed Davey easy rides on TV, but seemingly treating Nigel Farage and Rishi Sunak unfairly in their coverage. Speaking on his GB News show, Patrick said: "Now we're hearing that apparently the BBC have also biffed Nigel Farage from a debate, instead preferring to platform the SNP. "I mean, I'm sorry, but that's absolutely insane and appears to be an attempt to silence him, doesn't it? Especially in light of the polling data." WATCH ABOVE ..read more
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Nigel Farage is being silenced whilst Ed Davey is prancing around on daytime TV - I'm sure Ofcom are all over this, says Patrick Christys
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by GB News Reporter
9h ago
The Labour Party launched its manifesto today. Sir Keir Starmer barely had time to get through the first page of that document when he was heckled. Everybody who actually pays tax was worried about how much Labour would want to wrestle from your pockets. What's also clear is that there appears to be net tax rises of £8.6billion. That means tax as a share of GDP will be 37.4 per cent in 2028 to 2029, the highest in history. We better hope those non-doms stick around, hadn't we? Or anyone with any money at all. I must say, I think there has been what appears to be a typical dose of left wing ..read more
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Nigel Farage is carrying out 'real, old-fashioned politics', says Matthew Goodwin
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by Georgia Pearce
9h ago
Reform UK candidate Nigel Farage has been hailed for storming ahead with his General Election campaign trail, despite facing two attacks from the members of the public. Farage had a milkshake thrown at him in Clacton last week and this week faced another attack by a protester, who threw a coffee cup and suspected rubble at the Reform battle bus. FULL STORY HERE ..read more
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