Retail sales are plummeting, more and more of our high street favourites are going into administration and the economic outlook is gloomy to say the least. At a time when we seem to be watching every penny we spend, it seems strange that the one sector that is bucking the downwards trend is that of luxury . . . → Read More: Perfume is surviving the credit crunch
The US tabloid, National Enquirer, has come under criticism for publishing what they claim is a photograph of the late singer Whitney Houston in her coffin at the Whigham Funeral Home. Printed underneath the headline “Whitney: The Last Photo!” the photo shows the singer wearing a purple dress and diamond jewellery.
In the accompanying article, the Enquirer . . . → Read More: National Enquirer slammed for Whitney photo
David Cameron is going to make a speech in Scotland about the benefits of its union with England and Wales. He is going to make the argument that the United Kingdom is a safer, richer and stronger country when all its nations are banded together. Alex Salmond, the First Minister of Scotland has described Mr Cameron’s . . . → Read More: Cameron aims to keep Scotland part of the UK
It was six months ago that rioting occurred in the capital and now police are having a major crackdown on those gangs located in the city which were largely blamed for much of the disorder that occurred during the riots. The rioting was some of the worst that the country has seen for decades and the . . . → Read More: London gangs face crackdown
Al Qaeda inspired terrorists plead guilty
Stating that they were inspired by the terrorist group Al Qaeda, four men have just entered guilty pleas for the planning of a bomb detonation at the London stock exchange. Shah Rahman, Mohammed Chowdhury, Abdul Miah and Gurukanth Desai admitted guilt to charges of preparation for terrorism.
The four men come . . . → Read More: Al Qaeda inspired terrorists plead guilty