North Korea says it tested long-range cruise missiles

North Korea blasted for violating religious freedom Fox News religion correspondent Lauren Green highlights severe consequences for practicing Christianity in the country. North Korea says it successfully test fired what it described as newly developed long-range cruise missiles over the weekend, its first known testing activity in months that underscored how it continues to expand… Continue reading North Korea says it tested long-range cruise missiles

Bloke spotted taking life-size cardboard cut-out of Meghan Markle for a curry

Don’t miss a thing by getting the Daily Star’s biggest headlines straight to your inbox! A man was pictured eating an expensive meal with an usual companion: a cardboard cutout of Meghan Markle. The unidentified diner was spotted by businesswoman Megan Murphy, who tweeted the image late last night to her 20k followers. Megan's caption… Continue reading Bloke spotted taking life-size cardboard cut-out of Meghan Markle for a curry

Brits warned to take care in heatwave as temperatures predicted to reach 31C

Brits have been warned to take care in the soaring heat set to roast the nation this weekend. Public Health England (PHE) has issued a heat-health alert, urging the public to keep cool and offer support to neighbours and loved ones who could struggle in the warm weather. Temperatures in England are expected to hit… Continue reading Brits warned to take care in heatwave as temperatures predicted to reach 31C

Extinction Rebellion Blockade U.K. Newspaper Printing Plants

London (AP) — Environmental activists have blockaded two British printing plants, disrupting the distribution of several national newspapers on Saturday. The group Extinction Rebellion said it targeted printworks at Broxbourne, north of London, and Knowsley in northwest England that are owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Dozens of protesters locked themselves to vehicles and bamboo… Continue reading Extinction Rebellion Blockade U.K. Newspaper Printing Plants

Confirmed: Cardano’s (ADA) Long-Awaited Shelley Mainnet to Go Live After Successful Final Weekend Tests | BTCMANAGER

The much-awaited Cardano (ADA) mainnet, Shelley, goes live later this week on July 29, founder Charles Hoskinson confirmed earlier today. Much-Awaited Launch In an announcement, IOHK – the parent firm of public blockchain Cardano – said it had successfully completed final tests over the weekend and gave the go-ahead on the Shelley hard fork. With… Continue reading Confirmed: Cardano’s (ADA) Long-Awaited Shelley Mainnet to Go Live After Successful Final Weekend Tests | BTCMANAGER

Mainstream Institutions No Longer Have Regulatory Reasons to Fear Crypto

Recent regulatory transparency provided by U.S. banking regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, or OCC, may give interested institutions the confidence to enter the crypto industry. “For those of us who have been building up this ecosystem for years, it’s hugely validating of those efforts,” Diogo Monica, president of crypto custody service… Continue reading Mainstream Institutions No Longer Have Regulatory Reasons to Fear Crypto

Is Sadiq EVER going to get London open again…?

Is Sadiq EVER going to get London open again…? Commuters not wearing masks pack on to crowded Tube trains despite mayor vowing services are running at 75% capacity Huge numbers of travellers struggled to abide by social distancing rules on Tube People crammed on Jubilee Line and at Canning Town, many not wearing masks Mayor… Continue reading Is Sadiq EVER going to get London open again…?

iAxept Launches SCA-Compliant Contactless Card

iAxept, a UK-based fintech company, announced on Tuesday the launch of a Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)-compliant contactless payments card for internet shopping. Users of the card can use it contactless with their phones similar to a point-of-sale (PoS) machine, meaning a tap on the back of the phone with the card will fetch all the necessary information… Continue reading iAxept Launches SCA-Compliant Contactless Card

Labour leadership: Rebecca Long-Bailey says she can reach parts of electorate Corbyn failed to

Rebecca Long-Bailey has launched her campaign to become Labour leader, saying she can reach parts of the electorate Jeremy Corbyn failed to. The Salford and Eccles MP, who has been a long-time supporter of Mr Corbyn, tried to distance herself from the outgoing party leader after being accused of being a “continuity candidate”. She has… Continue reading Labour leadership: Rebecca Long-Bailey says she can reach parts of electorate Corbyn failed to

Vegan activist booted from London home after adopting pig

It was pig heaven, at least for a while. A vegan activist paid about $40 to adopt a piglet — which she named Jixy Pixy — and save it from the slaughterhouse, then spent $500 on cab fare to bring him to her London apartment from a farm in Exeter, Devon. “I can’t save them… Continue reading Vegan activist booted from London home after adopting pig

BREAKING: One man shot and another knifed as London’s crime crisis rages on

Cops were scrambled to Seven Sisters Road at around 9.45 pm on Monday to reports of gunshots. A 30-year-old man was found with knife wounds and taken to an east London hospital His condition is described as non-life threatening. A secoond man, believed to be in his 20s, was found on nearby Blackstock Road with… Continue reading BREAKING: One man shot and another knifed as London’s crime crisis rages on

Murder cops arrest 16-year-old after aspiring musician, 15, killed in London knife attack

Earlier this week, Romaine Williams-Reid, 18, was charged with the murder after the deadly “fracas” during the capitals on-going knife crime epidemic. Aspiring musician Tashaûn was just 15-years-old when he was stabbed and killed in Stoke Newington, in north London, on May 1. A post-mortem revealed he died of a stab wound in hia lung… Continue reading Murder cops arrest 16-year-old after aspiring musician, 15, killed in London knife attack