The devil is in the lack of detail

Leaving parliament’s establishment of an indigenous vote to a referendum without a clearly defined model is a step that is heading for defeat, writes Professor John Quiggin. ON CURRENT INDICATIONS, the Albanian government proposes to propose a referendum allowing for the establishment of an indigenous voice in parliament, without making any concrete proposal regarding its … Read more

Prince William’s popularity plummets in the UK while Harry becomes the favorite royal in the US – National

Prince William is facing a significant dip in popularity in the UK after his brother, Prince Harry, shared some unflattering revelations about the heir apparent in his new memoir, Reserve. The Prince of Wales’s popularity with the British public has plummeted since the book was published last week, according to polls conducted by Ipsos and … Read more

Surprised children’s choir discovers they are performing for The King

Heartwarming footage reveals the moment when students at Cardinal Newman School in Luton found out they were performing for His Majesty King Charles III as part of the King’s visit to London Luton Airport. The sheer reactions of the children to the announcement caused much shock, excitement and tears.

Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting’ threats in UK: former counter-terrorism chief

Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting’ threats in UK: former counter-terrorism chief Meghan Markle has been facing “disgusting and very real” threats related to right-wing extremism in the UK, Neil Basu, the former counter-terrorism chief at the Metropolitan Police, said in an interview with Channel 4 News.

Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting’ threats in UK: former counter-terrorism chief

Meghan Markle faced ‘disgusting’ threats in UK: former counter-terrorism chief Meghan Markle has been facing “disgusting and very real” threats related to right-wing extremism in the UK, Neil Basu, the former counter-terrorism chief at the Metropolitan Police, said in an interview with Channel 4 News.

Read an exclusive excerpt from ‘The King: The Life of Charles III’

If nothing else, Gordonstoun, Philip’s alma mater on Scotland’s remote, windswept north coast, taught the Prince of Wales to endure freezing temperatures. Each day began with a regime designed to “shake the sleep out of them”: a pre-dawn shirtless run through the countryside — even when it snowed — followed by an icy downpour. The … Read more

A reign that will never end

Bazza joined in the lament about the rain with the older guys gathered around the bar. “Know-all Ron” held the court and cleared his throat: “There was the big rain in 1860. You know… Araluen was all but washed away by flash floods. A number of people have even died.” A long pause and a … Read more

Let’s start talking about a republic

Nothing should delay the debate on a republic in the run-up to a possible referendum in the next legislature, writes David Muir. TOO OFTEN politicians postpone or stop the debate on certain issues by claiming that “the time is not right” or “there are more important things on our agenda”. These excuses ignore the fact … Read more

UK names date for coronation of King Charles III – POLITICO

LONDON — Get ready for much more splendor in the UK. The coronation of King Charles III will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2023, Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday. Charles ascended to the throne last month after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, but a formal coronation date had not yet been … Read more