UK weather forecast: Easter Day could be hottest EVER as Britain BOILS in Spring heatwave

Britain is set to be blanketed under intense heat this weekend as the mercury soars. The Met Office’s Aidan McGivern explained: “Certainly a ‘Good Friday’ if you like warm sunshine – plenty of it about. Always colder on the coast, especially the North Sea coast. “Those temperatures are on the rise. “Strong sunshine on the rise up and down the […]

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UK weather WARNING: Road users could BOIL as 25 MILLION cars cause Easter travel CHAOS

Good Friday is to be the most congested day, with an estimated 4.4 million journeys clogging the roads between 11 am and 4.30 pm, according to RAC. Dan Croft, incident group operations manager at traffic data firm Inrix, said: “During peak hours over Easter, journeys could take UK drivers three times longer than usual. We are predicting Good Friday will […]

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India elections: How Indian government will be DIFFERENT if Modi wins second term

At least eight senior bureaucrats in the prime minister’s office have either applied to be transferred to other departments or plan to take an early retirement amid the elections taking place, three government officials said. Many of the 25 civil servants working in Mr Modi’s office are said to have complained about the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) administration’s inability […]

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EU-US TRADE WAR: Brussels to slap tariffs on ketchup & school bags as Trump row EXPLODES

The European Commission announced a draft list of US products exported to the EU that are set to be hit with £16.5 billion worth of trade duties in response to the ongoing Boeing-Airbus dispute. Brussels’ list includes everyday items like tomato ketchup, briefcases, video games consoles, frozen fish and seafood, cheese and fruit and vegetables, including sweet potato. The colossal […]

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Notre Dame: How old is Notre Dame cathedral? Will it be saved?

Paris has begun to grieve for the loss of Notre Dame, as a raging fire courses through the building with no sign of stopping. Residents in the city have crowded around one of the city’s oldest landmarks singing Ave Maria. The enduring symbol of Frech literary and architectural achievement may be lost, according to firefighters. The next hour remains critical […]

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Julian Assange timeline: Why has Assange been arrested? What has he been accused of?

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested today on the steps of the Ecuadorian embassy, where he lived for seven years. The Australian national was forced to leave after Ecuador officials finally invited police officers into the embassy. He was taken immediately to a central London police station and then appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ court. Theresa May announced the news of […]

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BBC Weather: UK to suffer ‘notable TEMPERATURE DROP’ as Scandinavian air heads for Britain

BBC Weather has forecast Britain will see thermometers plummet significantly during the week due to a blast of chilly air barreling towards Britain from Scandinavia. Rain is predicted to give respite to the south of England as clouds move over to the continent leaving space for high-pressure to build over Britain and bring in chilly temperatures. BBC forecaster Darren Bett […]

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Article 13: Can you stream online?

MEPs have seismically shifted online content sharing by passing EU laws that make technology giants more accountable for copyright infringement. The EU Copyright Directive was backed by 348 MEPs, with 274 against it and 36 others abstaining from the vote. The divisive legislation has split industry bosses, creatives and politicians, especially over clause Article 13. This is the section of […]

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