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How WE got a Boris Johnson chief advisor FIRED

This website with its biggest scoop got a previous chief advisor to Boris Johnson fired. Johnson was Mayor of London at the time and the "McGrathgate" incident perhaps gives a clue to the British Prime Minister's baffling refusal to today sack his chi ...

Pandemic blues: high street signs of the times

Shops and other high street businesses have reacted with wildly varying comments about the Government tough lockdown rules - everything from empathy to sulking as Britain battles coronavirus plague.These differences are starkly visible on signs put up in t ...

Corona-busting soccer ace lifts spirits and sparks controversy

Chelsea football star Callum Hudson-Odoi, the first British Premier League player to get Covid-19, was spotted by The-Latest buying things for his home at a B&Q mega store on the first day it opened since shutting down a month ago because of the crisis ...

Why Meghan Markle broke free from stifling British Royalty

This momentous month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - announced on their joint Instagram account that they would be taking a step back as senior members of the royal family, working to become financially independent from t ...

Dirty money: Who paid to make Boris prime minister?

Trying to explain to outsiders just how the United Kingdom “chose” its new prime minister in July 2019 guarantees bafflement, followed by incredulity.Of course, it wasn’t the “United Kingdom” choosing at all. Only 0.34 percent ...

Hidden history of African Caribbean Second World War heroes

Brixton’s renowned Black Cultural Archives in south London will host this Saturday the launch of the historic Living Memorial website to honour African Caribbean Second World War heroes on the eve of Remembrance Sunday.Showcased will be five of the ...

Before Greta Thunberg there was a star Japanese-Canadian

World acclaimed green activist Greta Thunberg has established herself as the planet’s spokeswoman on climate change at just 16 years of age. But long before social media, another youngster was scolding UN leaders on the world stage almost 30 years b ...

Corbyn must fight for Black people to keep their votes

Labour has to work harder to defend Black communities and not take their votes for granted or it risks losing vital support, veteran anti-racist campaigner Marc Wadsworth has warned on the eve of the party’s annual conference. Wadsworth, founder of ...

“Bubbly Bob”, a modern day African and Caribbean success story

Kenyan leaders and members of the public are mourning the passing of Africa’s top CEO, as Marc Wadsworth, a regular visitor to the country, reports. Guyanese-born British businessman Bob Collymore embodied Africans and Caribbeans together making a su ...

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