To commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, Sutton Council and its partners have organised a programme of events for all ages. At 9.45pm on 2 June, Jubilee Beacons will be lit in St Helier Open Space and Cheam Park by The Mayor of Sutton and
Today, the Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP, President of COP26, and Member of Parliament for Reading West, met ChargePoint CEO and President Pasquale Romano and visited ChargePoint’s UK office which is leading the mitigation of transport emissions around the world and developing high quality, software-led
A ROYAL author has questioned why Prince Harry should keep his royal titles, particularly the Duke of Sussex moniker. Norman Baker, in an exclusive interview with GB News, says “nobody asked” the people of Sussex whether they want an association with Harry. He said: “I’m
Award-winning theatre company Punchdrunk called on the expertise of Leyland SDM to help create a 100,000sq ft Ancient Greek immersive experience in South London. Punchdrunk needed to turn two huge former military arsenal buildings into a mythical setting for its latest production, The Burnt City,
PRINCE Harry has been described as “bizarre” for “waltzing in to meet Queen and leaving the Netflix crew at door”. Royal commentator Robert Jobson spoke out after Harry and Meghan Markle met with the Queen in their first visit to the UK in over two
Westminster continues to signal its support for British Game Assurance (BGA) as the way forward for sustainable shooting. Most recently, last Friday, Greg Smith MP stood in the House of Commons to congratulate BGA on its work to introduce game to the NHS. Six NHS
GT investigates: Who are the mouthpieces of US-led war of public opinion on “Chinese dams’ threats” along Mekong River, and what are their typical methods?
US’ politicization of ecological water issues in the Mekong River for the purpose of tarnishing China’s reputation via launching rhetoric battles has become more trendy. The Stimson Center, a US-backed think tank, again bashed China in February for allegedly “holding a massive amount of water”
THE Government should block China from acquiring strategic British industries, former Conservative leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith says. He criticised Ministers’ failure to use legislation to stop a Chinese-owned firm buying Newport Wafer Fab, which is the country’s largest producer of silicon semiconductors that are
On Wednesday 30th of March, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan joined in to “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee” at Gascoigne Primary School in Barking as London is unveiled as a “Champion City” under The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) initiative. The Mayor visited the
Labour MP hits out at Prime Minister Boris Johnson for “regularly lying” about the Partygate scandal.
A Labour MP has hit out at Prime Minister Boris Johnson for “regularly lying” about the Partygate scandal. Speaking to GB News on Wednesday, Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting said Mr Johnson had committed a “basic sacking offence” and urged voters to think again about