THERESA May’s turbulent time as Prime Minister finally came to an end earlier this year. She was forced to quit after her Brexit deal failed to win the backing of MPs – but what has she been up to since? Where is Theresa May now? Mrs May announced she was resigning as Prime Minister in a tearful statement outside 10 Downing Street on May 24. She remained leader of the Conservative Party until June 7 and as a lame duck Prime Minister until July 23 when Boris Johnson took over. Since then she has largely kept out of the public eye and kept silent about her successor’s handling of Brexit. In her final days as PM, the cricket lover welcomed England’s victorious World Cup winning team to Downing Street. She used her first day as a backbench MP to take a trip to Lord’s to see England play a Ireland in a one-off test match. Mrs May was pictured looking happy and relaxed on her first day without the weight of Brexit on her shoulders. The ex-Prime … [Read more...] about Where is Theresa May now and is she still a Conservative MP?
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HURRICANE Dorian is currently hurtling towards Florida as it pushed over open waters after flooding was caused by the extreme weather in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The US National Hurricane Centre said Dorian was expected to grow into a potentially devastating Category 3 hurricane before hitting the mainland late on Sunday or early Monday somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia. What's the latest on Hurricane Dorian? Hurricane Dorian is currently gathering pace as it crosses the warm Atlantic and is expected to bring apocalyptic 130mph winds when it makes landfall in the US. orecasters predict the currently-85mph Category 1 hurricane will strengthen to a catastrophic Category 4 when it hits the mainland. The increasingly menacing-looking storm system will draw energy from the warm open waters as it closes in, forecasters say. The National Hurricane Center said the Category 1 storm is expected to strengthen into Category 4 with winds of 130 mph. University of … [Read more...] about Where is Hurricane Dorian and where is it heading?
By Letters To The Editor | PUBLISHED: August 27, 2019 at 4:10 am | UPDATED: August 27, 2019 at 4:27 am As a long-term reader and subscriber, one gets the newspaper’s totally negative opinion of President Trump. Your editorials, articles, postings and accepted letters to the editor make it perfectly clear. But what about Gov. Gavin Newsom, who can have an important and positive impact on the Bay Area and the state. Where is Newsom fixing serious problems? Results, actions count, not more promises. For example: fixing Bay Area and state problems like: people urinating in the streets and worse; growing societal health issues; expanding homeless and tent-+city populations; drug use; dysfunctional state governments; killing the middle class with more taxes; and increasing traffic nightmares. Perhaps sanctuary cities and more police restrictions aren’t just what’s needed. Chris KnielOrinda Submit your letter to the editor via this formLetters to the Editor Report an … [Read more...] about Letter: Where is Newsom in fixing the state’s serious problems?
Rep. Katherine Clark, D-Mass., on Thursday asked Republicans, "where is the outrage" over foreign interference in U.S. elections, and criticized the president's recent comments. "We need for our partners, our colleagues across the aisle to join us," Clark said in an interview on CNN's "New Day." "Where is the outrage? We have passed a bill in H.R. 1 that will protect just our voting and our elections from just this kind of foreign interference. It is sitting at the Senate door. We need the Senate to do their jobs. We need Republicans to join us and say 'this is unacceptable, and we must stand for the Constitution.'" She also addressed President Donald Trump's recent comment in an interview with ABC News that he would accept compromising information about his political opponents from foreign powers. "It really underlines the importance of us continuing to be aggressive and getting these facts out to the American people," the congresswoman said. "We're having the hearings and we … [Read more...] about Rep. Clark to GOP: ‘Where Is the Outrage’ on Election Meddling
THE crowning jewel of the British fleet is today returning from its maiden voyage to the US. Here, we examine everything there is to know about the UK's most expensive ever warship - HMS Queen Elizabeth. Who built HMS Queen Elizabeth and how much does it cost? HMS Queen Elizabeth – nicknamed Big Lizzie – is the size of three football pitches and can carry 1,600 crew members and 36 fighter jets. At 920ft long, the HMS Queen Elizabeth is longer than the Houses of Parliament. Its length is also greater than the height of the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth. The huge warship’s construction, which began in 2004, is the most expensive in navy history costing £6billion together with sister ship HMS Prince of Wales. It is the largest and most expensive ship that has ever been built for the Royal Navy, with a crew of 700 sailors and 200 industry contractors on board. In August 2017, the colossal vessel was pictured during her sea trials off the coast of … [Read more...] about Who built HMS Queen Elizabeth, where is the aircraft carrier now and how much did she cost?