Michael Howard, Theresa May.
His critics say Boris Johnson is a lucky politician — lucky to win an EU referendum he didn’t expect to, lucky that Brexit gave the Tories a once-in-a-generation opportunity to hoover up Labour voters, lucky that his general election opponent was Jeremy Corbyn.
Johnson, who officially took over from Theresa May on Wednesday and swiftly sacked most of her ministerial team, held the first meeting of his new cabinet of ministers on Thursday.
The beleaguered leader is set to face a torrid session at Prime Minister's Questions in parliament on the eve of European elections that Britain had not even expected to take part in three years after the Brexit referendum.
The Americans have no doubt that the Chinese balloon was a spy balloon, especially after it changed its course from flying over Canadian territory to the north and crossed over into the United States, and passed over Nebraska and Idaho, where sensitive nuclear and missile bases are located. According to American intelligence
Is Liz Truss really having a “comeback”? Things move pretty fast these days but does a “comeback” not require the person coming back to have first gone away for a considerably longer time than Liz Truss has managed? Take That waited a full decade before their “comeback”, and they did so with a whole load of new material
A United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation report, highlighted by Mongabay-India, says that the Indigenous food system of the Khasi community in Nongtraw village in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya, India, offers lessons in climate resilience and sustainable food systems. The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation
The opinion article ‘The digital age is destroying the art of the letter’ published in Gulf Today website on Feb.5, is genuinely what exists in present-day life. I would more than agree that letter writing is a dying art. Right from birth, the digital invasion in life is tuning the human brain to a different angle to adjust to the new age syndrome,