Hailey Bieber gives a hint of midriff in crop top and flared pants during flurry of selfie photos

Hailey Bieber gives a hint of midriff in white crop top and flared pants during flurry of selfie photos… after returning from Parisian getaway with Justin By Kevin Kayhart For Dailymail.com Published: 08:07 GMT, 7 March 2021 | Updated: 08:07 GMT, 7 March 2021 She recently returned from a trip to Paris, France where she … Read more

Ex-French ambassador says UK will struggle to retain global power after Brexit

French ambassador says Boris Johnson is an ‘unrepentant liar’ who has damaged Britain’s global influence in extraordinary personal attack  Sylvie Bermann, who was Paris’s most senior diplomat in the UK from 2014-2017  She has warned Britain will have a diminished role on the world stage after Brexit She said Britain’s much touted ‘special relationship’ with … Read more

Covid Ireland: Economy booms amid pandemic with 3.4% growth in 2020 from exports

Ireland’s economy boomed in 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic, with the country seeing growth off the back of increased pharmaceutical and IT exports. Ireland bucked the trend of global coronavirus-driven downturns, as the eurozone member enjoyed a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 3.4 percent in 2020, finance minister Paschal Donohoe revealed.  The country fared … Read more

WW2 Hurricane airman mistook glare from Channel Island greenhouses for Dover Cliffs

In June 1940, the Allied forces were defeated in France.  The UK government decided the Channel Islands would be too costly to defend and began evacuating military personal and equipment.  Prime Minister Winston Churchill was reportedly reluctant to simply abandon the oldest possession of the British crown but succumbed to the reasoning of military advisers.  Thousands of … Read more

Italian PM threatens to ‘suffocate’ AstraZeneca as EU says jab contracts ‘MUST be honoured’

The Italian prime minister has urged the EU to ‘suffocate’ vaccine makers who fail to deliver on their contractual obligations amid a row over supplies from AstraZeneca. Italy imposed the first EU-sanctioned export ban on vaccines yesterday when it blocked 250,000 AstraZeneca jabs from heading to Australia – which was due to start inoculations with … Read more

EU BLOCKS shipment of 250k doses of AstraZeneca vaccine from Italy to Australia

The EU has blocked a shipment of AstraZeneca vaccines from leaving Italy for Australia using controversial export laws for the first time. Authorities in Italy refused to grant a licence for 250,000 doses manufactured in the country to be exported, meaning the shipment could not leave Thursday as planned. Officials in Rome had informed the … Read more

People with higher incomes are ‘prouder, more confident and less afraid’, study says

People with higher incomes are ‘prouder, more confident and less afraid’, according to ‘the most comprehensive analysis to date’. Researchers in the US and Singapore analysed income data and questionnaire results of 1.6 million people in 162 countries, including the US, the UK, Ireland, Australia, Germany, France and Japan. Higher income predicted whether people felt … Read more

Germany is set to approve AstraZeneca for over-65s

Germany is set to open up the AstraZeneca vaccine to over-65s in a major U-turn to revive its faltering vaccine programme – as the EU today looked for another lifeline by beginning the approval process for Russia’s Sputnik V jab.   Five weeks after blocking the AstraZeneca shot for older people, German regulators will submit their … Read more

Archaeology: 5,400-year-old cranium of a young woman was swept from its grave into a forming cavern

How part of a human SKULL wound up alone in an Italian cave: 5,400-year-old cranium of a young woman underwent an elaborate funeral ritual before it was washed away from its burial place and trapped in a forming cavern Caves were used for funeral practices in ancient Italy but this had no other bones Researchers from … Read more

EU slams Britain for ‘breaching international law AGAIN’ by extending Irish border grace period

A furious row has erupted in Europe after Britain unilaterally delayed checks on food going to Northern Ireland. The European Commission accused the UK of breaching international law and violating the Brexit agreement by deciding to continue Irish Sea border grace periods until October.   The Irish Government also branded the intervention extending the soft-touch regulatory regime … Read more