Boris Johns-GONE?

Theresa May is facing heavy pressure to sack Boris Johnson amid concerns his comments regarding a British-Iranian charity worker could extend her jail sentence by five years.
Nazanin-Zaghari Ratcliffe was arrested on a family holiday in Iran last year on charges of spying, a claim that is heavily denied by the British Government and her family.
Last week, however, Johnson told MPs that she was “teaching people journalism”, which was quickly used by the Iranian regime as proof that Ratcliffe was “spreading propaganda” against the state. A second trial has been scheduled.

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Madame Tussauds unveil PM waxwork

Tweet By Sam Smith Madame Tussauds has today unveiled a waxwork of Theresa May. The Prime Minister’s sculpture is depicted stepping outside the doorway to 10 Downing Street and will stand alongside other world leaders. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will meet with May alongside other European Union leaders to continue Brexit negotiations on Thursday, and US President Donald Trump have also earned waxwork representations at the London attraction. British designer Amanda Wakeley designed and fitted the sculpture’s red suit. The Prime Minister donned the well-recognised outfit for her first…

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Post-Brexit Fishery Uncertainty

Tweet Nearly one year after Brexit Hastings fishermen share their concerns for the industry’s unsolved issues and uncertain future. “Whoever gets shot…deserves to” cites a wooden sign with an unsettling Edward D Teach hand-painted portrait hanging with two rusted hooks outside a fisherman’s hut is Hastings’s Rock-a-Nore. The strip of land – trapped between the beach and the old town’s West Hill – where local fishermen sell the product of their nights in the sea, is nearly deserted under a late March Saturday morning precarious grey sky which mirrors the…

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