On the 27th of April 2020 the pentagon published videos, of now declassified, ‘’unexplained aerial phenomena’’ to clear up any misconceptions about whether previously leaked footage is real. When did these videos first come to light? All three videos had been previously released, two of which had been reported by the New York Times, the third had been published by a company co-founded by former blink-182
We live in an odd and quite honestly surreal time, the world has been turned on its head because of the coronavirus pandemic, so here are a few stories which should hopefully lighten your mood during quarantine.
Brexit deal rejected by 432 MP’s, making it a historic defeat in Commons At 19:00 on the 15th of January 2019 a vote was held to confirm whether or not the UK government backed the prime minister’s chequers deal, as widely forecasted the deal was rejected by MP’s. This was a record defeat in commons history with 202 MP’s supporting the deal, and 432 MP’s standing
What is Brexit? Who does it involve? On the 29th of March 2019 the United Kingdom will separate from the European Union, after only having joined in 1973. Now 45 years on, the British public have made the decision to sever ties with the EU; expectedly there are some issues which will inevitably arise: these are the expected challenges. The first of which being the matter
Tom Cruise’s latest instalment to the ‘Mission Impossible’ franchise burst onto the scene this summer, shattering the box office in sales. It has been rated his most popular feature in recent times. Tom Cruise, now aged 56, has released the 6th instalment of his iconic ‘Mission Impossible’ franchise. ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout‘ premiered early this summer, showcasing what could likely be regarded as some of his best
Last week a Russian ex-spy residing in Wiltshire was attacked by a nerve agent, the nerve agent used was only manufactured ever believed to have been manufactured in three places; Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Russia. While investigations are currently ongoing Russia remains the prime suspect for the attack.
In preparation for World Book Day 2018 all first year pupils in St Andrew’s and St Bride’s high school took part in a survey where they voted for their favourite author. The results are as follows: in first place defending his position as the most favoured author is comedy genius, David Walliams; splitting a three-way tie for second place is the classic Roald Dahl, an acclaimed
Lewin McPartlin | Reporter In the early hours of this morning a Serbian national hurled a grenade at the US embassy in Montenegro; the only deceased in the incident was the man himself.