Theresa May in Scotland to defend Brexit deal

By THEODORE ANTONIOU After winning the support of the EU leaders with her Brexit agreement during the weekend, the Prime Minister is in Scotland in an effort to win over the Scottish public. Along with the Scottish public, May will try to win over as many MP’s as possible in the following days, as she has faced strong criticism from representatives of all parties- even … Continue reading Theresa May in Scotland to defend Brexit deal

DRESSAGE: NOT A BLOOD SPORT

  A UK dressage expert today slammed critics for accusations that dressage is a blood sport. Winnie Murphy, Communications Manager for British Dressage, dismissed claims that the sport was cruel saying “I don’t think its a blood sport in any shape or form. We have stewards at competitions and any signs of blood, it doesn’t matter where it is or how its been caused, the … Continue reading DRESSAGE: NOT A BLOOD SPORT

Refusal of IVF in the UK

In vitro fertilisation is one of several techniques available to help people with fertility problems have a baby.  In women, infertility is a result of problems with ovulation in about one in three cases. Some issues prevent women from releasing any eggs, whereas in other cases an egg is only released on monthly cycles. Ovulation problems can occur as a result of a number of conditions, … Continue reading Refusal of IVF in the UK

Uber users concerned after the hack

By Petya Plachkova INVESTIGATORS are working on finding out how many Uber users in Britain were affected by the breach of data back in October 2016, but was covered up. In an admission made by the US firm’s chief executive on Tuesday, it was revealed that a third party had been infiltrated by cyber criminals. Dara Khosrowshahi, the CEO of Uber, said two individuals outside … Continue reading Uber users concerned after the hack

Boris Johnson could lengthen prison sentence for British-Iranian Woman

By Lea Fabbrini A British-Iranian national might be facing an addition five years to her existing five-year prison sentence in Iran after Boris Johnson’s remarks. The foreign secretary told the foreign affairs committee that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was training journalists in Iran. In October, Tehran’s prosecutor general said Zaghari-Ratcliffe was being held because she delivered a “BBC Persian online journalism course which aimed at recruiting and … Continue reading Boris Johnson could lengthen prison sentence for British-Iranian Woman

UK is “Walking Closer to the Cliff Edge” with Brexit Talks, warns Labour MSP

By Olivia Armstrong SCOTTISH LABOUR MSP Jackie Baillie has warned that the UK is “walking closer to the cliff edge without any sign of a deal” regarding Brexit. Baillie was speaking after a report from The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, released on Tuesday, which claimed a second Brexit referendum or change in government could significantly improve the UK’s economic situation. She added that the … Continue reading UK is “Walking Closer to the Cliff Edge” with Brexit Talks, warns Labour MSP