Category: World News

Nicola Sturgeon in trans law row as SEVEN MSPs go against party line

Nicola Sturgeon is hit by trans law revolt as SEVEN of her MSPs vote against party line Gender Recognition Act in Scotland aims to make it easier to change gender Biggest SNP rebellion in 15 years after seven MSPs voted against Bill reforms Community safety minister Ash Regan resigned post before vote on changes Vote passed

Russian state TV pundit makes rare admission of failure in Ukraine

‘Russia miscalculated its strength and after eight months still can’t win’ in Ukraine, state TV pundit says in rare admission of failure – while also doubting Kyiv has a ‘dirty bomb’ Andrey Norkin, state TV host, quizzed panelist Viktor Olevich about Ukraine  Olevich responded that Russia ‘miscalculated’ and has failed to win the war  He also

A swing state no more? GOP confidence grows in Florida

THE VILLAGES, Fla. (AP) — Democrats are increasingly concerned that Florida, once the nation's premier swing state, may slip away this fall and beyond as emboldened Republicans capitalize on divisive cultural issues and population shifts in crucial contests for governor and the U.S. Senate. The anxiety was apparent last week during a golf cart parade

Doctor who killed his married lover is ordered to pay compensation

German doctor who killed his married lover by sprinkling cocaine on his penis before having oral sex is ordered to pay £11,500 to cover the cost of medics’ doomed bid to save her life Andreas Niederbichler, 45, jailed for nine years in 2019 over death of Yvonne M  Court heard he secretly laced his genitals

A deal? Tories wait for news from Johnson and Sunak's three-hour talks

Did they do a deal? Tories wait for news from Boris and Rishi’s three-hour talks as leadership rivals mull power-sharing pact – but Penny Mordaunt says only she can ‘unite the party’ Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak met on Saturday evening for crucial talks  Mr Johnson landed at Gatwick Airport earlier in

Rewilding our gardens is a rotten idea warns Alan Titchmarsh

Rewilding our gardens is a rotten idea… and could turn them into a wilderness, warns TV’s green-fingered guru Alan Titchmarsh Alan Titchmarsh, 73, said rewilding gardens could make them ‘less biodiverse’ He added doing so would mean ‘our patches of earth will become poorer’ The broadcaster said rewilding could throw away 100 years of British gardening