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How Queen Elizabeth dealt with prime ministers from Winston Churchill to Boris Johnson
In a record 70 years on the throne Britain's Queen Elizabeth has dealt with no fewer than 14 prime ministers, from Winston Churchill right through to Boris Johnson.
Just one aspect of that is a weekly audience between monarch and prime minister
He made enough: Bags of cash for Prince Charles's charities won't be repeated
Prince Charles would not now accept large sums of cash handed over to him for his charities, a senior royal source said, after a newspaper reported an ex-Qatari prime minister h...
R. Kelly faces sentencing, could spend rest of life in prison
Singer and convicted sexual predator R. Kelly will appear before a judge today for sentencing in a Brooklyn federal court for racketeering that involved a dozen separate crimina...
Monkeypox arrives in St Lucia via flight crew
Health authorities in St. Lucia have increased surveillance for monkeypox after being alerted that a crew member on a flight to the island has tested positive for the viral dise...
Puerto Rico police uncover island’s biggest pot greenhouse
Puerto Rico police said they raided the island’s largest hydroponic marijuana greenhouse on Tuesday, with nearly 2,000 plants being grown in a former addiction treatment center.
When reading is fundamental & seeing is believing
In a Quest to Return to the Badness of the Good Old Days:
Trinidad mom chopped to death trying to save daughter
A Sangre Grande mother who attempted to save her daughter was chopped to death inside her home on Monday night.
Windy conditions with possible gusts of 35 mph affecting VI- DDM
The Department of Disaster Management (DDM) says windy conditions across the Leeward Islands and [British] Virgin Islands will continue to support brief cloudy spells and shower...
‘I take my blame for whatever I was responsible for’- Dr Pickering
Medical doctor and former Deputy Premier in the Virgin Islands, Dr Kedrick D. Pickering said Virgin Islanders must not only blame elected politicians but also blame themselves f...
Sargassum seaweed being cleared from mangroves around Slaney Point
The public is being notified that remedial works are currently being done in the vicinity of Slaney Point to clear Sargassum seaweed in the Mangrove Cay.
Governor fully agrees ‘Police in Paradise’ video ‘inappropriate’- Premier Wheatley
‘Police in Paradise’, the controversial and graphic video created by ITV, a British media company contracted by the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) and leaked to the V...
YEP to hold 8-week pop-up summer programme starting July 5, 2022
With support from the Rotary Club of Tortola and other donors, the Youth Empowerment Project (YEP) will hold an 8-week summer program beginning July 5 for 150 children at the Ro...
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