Has crisis management firm forced Eton’s controversial head into wearing a tie?

Has crisis management firm forced Eton’s controversial head ‘Trendy Hendy’ into wearing a tie and dumping ultra-liberal books from his shelves? Brunswick Group has been brought in to help rebuild Eton College’s PR image It has been in the limelight since the sacking of an English teacher last November Liberal books have vanished from head’s … Read more

Has crisis management firm forced Eton’s controversial head into wearing a tie?

Has crisis management firm forced Eton’s controversial head ‘Trendy Hendy’ into wearing a tie and dumping ultra-liberal books from his shelves? Brunswick Group has been brought in to help rebuild Eton College’s PR image It has been in the limelight since the sacking of an English teacher last November Liberal books have vanished from head’s … Read more

UK will run world’s first controversial Covid-19 challenge trial

Healthy young Britons will be paid £4,500 to get infected with coronavirus after the UK today became the first country in the world to green light the controversial study. The ‘human challenge trial’ will start next month in London after sealing approval from the UK’s clinical research ethics body today. Researchers will purposefully expose up … Read more

UK will run world’s first controversial Covid-19 challenge trial

Britain has become the first country in the world to green light a controversial study where volunteers will be deliberately infected with coronavirus. The ‘human challenge trial’ will start next month in London after sealing approval from the UK’s clinical research ethics body today. Researchers will purposefully expose up to 90 healthy adult volunteers under … Read more

One in seven over-75s is yet to get a TV licence following controversial decision to scrap freebies 

One in seven over-75s is yet to get a TV licence following controversial decision to scrap freebies According to BBC figures around 2.7million over-75s have purchased a licence  The BBC has praised the figures, saying they represent ‘good progress’ for the scheme Last August the BBC stripped 4.2million elderly viewers of their free licences  By … Read more

One in seven over-75s is yet to get a TV licence following controversial decision to scrap freebies 

One in seven over-75s is yet to get a TV licence following controversial decision to scrap freebies According to BBC figures around 2.7million over-75s have purchased a licence  The BBC has praised the figures, saying they represent ‘good progress’ for the scheme Last August the BBC stripped 4.2million elderly viewers of their free licences  By … Read more

Emmerdale’s Jurell Carter SLAMS the soap for promoting a Covid jab storyline in controversial rant

Emmerdale’s Jurell Carter has slammed bosses for promoting a coronavirus vaccine storyline. The actor, who plays Nate Robinson in the ITV show, took to Instagram on Monday to accuse producers of ‘pushing people to take the experimental jab’, despite both the Pfizer and Oxford vaccines being ruled safe by UK regulators. Vaccinating the population is crucial … Read more

Kyle Sandliands reveals he was HIGH during his controversial chat with Karl Stefanovic on 60 Minutes

Shock jock Kyle Sandilands has admitted that he was high on the drug marijuana during his interview with 60 Minutes last year.  The 49-year-old KIIS FM radio host made the candid admission when speaking to News.com.au this week, about his TV chat with Channel Nine star Karl Stefanovic that aired last May.  At the time, 60 … Read more

Sia drops new video 1+1 from her controversial feature film debut Music featuring Kate Hudson

It’s been nominated for two high-profile Golden Globes, in spite of controversial depictions of autism and largely negative reviews from fans and critics. But Sia’s new film Music is continuing to hype up its release via on-demand and streaming platforms this Friday, by dropping full-length music videos along with the film’s soundtrack. The latest video … Read more

Controversial black studies professor who claimed British Empire was ‘worse than the Nazis’

A taxpayer-funded academic who described Winston Churchill as a ‘white supremacist’ in a debate last night has faced questions about why he still accepts public money despite claiming modern Britain is ‘based on racism’.  Professor Kehinde Andrews, a campaigner who is regularly wheeled out on TV debates to air his divisive views, used a debate … Read more