Christmas banned for not being ‘inclusive enough’

United Kingdom 11/29/21, 17:16

Taxpayer-funded advertisements will be banned from using the word, Christmas. The UK government has blocked naming celebrations of Christ's birth in its latest Chinese Communist Party virus vaccine (COVID-19) ad campaign. The original slogan "Do not take COVID home for Christmas" will be replaced with "Do not take COVID home for ...

COP26 slams China’s soft stance on coal reduction, Beijing fires back

United Kingdom 11/15/21, 15:48

A climate change leader condemned Communist China's weak environmental commitment on Nov. 13. COP26 summit president Alok Sharma criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for taking a softer stance on reducing coal consumption. However, Beijing has pushed back. Once United Nations climate talks ended with a deal targeting fossil fuels for the ...

350 soldiers join police to fight illegal immigration crisis

Europe 11/02/21, 16:20

A surge in illegal border crossings prompted Bulgaria to deploy hundreds of troops to secure the country's borders on Nov. 1. The Department of Defense has sent 350 soldiers to support migration police at the borders between Bulgaria, Turkey, and Greece. "350 people with some 40 units of equipment have been sent," ...

Defense talks canceled due to AUKUS trilateral security pact row

Australia & Oceania 09/21/21, 02:42

A submarine deal between the United States, Britain, and Australia offended a French official so deeply he called off a high-level military meeting. Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly canceled his bilateral meeting with British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace. The pair was supposed to discuss the two-day Franco-British Council with defence chiefs ...

Health official cancels vaccine passport plan

United Kingdom 09/12/21, 22:10

Coronavirus restrictions will be further relaxed, and proof of vaccination will no longer be required to attend specific venues. British Health Minister Sajid Javid (Conservative) confirmed vaccine passports and testing for returning travelers will not be mandatory in the near future. "We have looked at it properly and, while we should keep ...

G7 meeting: Taliban should be sanctioned says British PM Johnson

Middle East 08/24/21, 16:56

Group of Seven (G7) nations were urged to consider introducing further sanctions against a militant group on Aug. 24. The United Kingdom believes the world's seven largest developed nations should economically isolate the Taliban. The plan involves the United States, Italy, France, Germany, Japan, and Canada each introducing economic sanctions and withholding ...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson cancels plans for Churchillian Freedom Day after rapidly rising number of COVID-19 infections

United Kingdom 07/18/21, 04:39

Due to the rapidly rising incidence of COVID-19 infections, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has canceled preparations for a Churchillian victory speech tomorrow. ‘The plan had been for Boris to effectively declare victory over the virus by summoning the spirit of Churchill, with appropriately stirring rhetoric. That no longer feels appropriate.’ reported ...

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