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Environment Secretary George Eustice disputed Moscow’s claims that Russian warplanes dropped bombs and a patrol vessel fired warning shots at a British destroyer he claimed entered its waters territories in the Black Sea. “It’s a very normal thing,” Eustice told Sky News. “It’s quite common, in fact, what was actually happening is that the Russians …

As ministers meet to decide on changes to the “traffic light” system for arriving travelers, airlines, vacation companies, travel agents and unions demand that the government expand ” green list ”of destinations without quarantine – and reveals the data on which the decisions are based. They also want news on plans that have been widely …

Beginning as a cabinet of curiosities in the 1800s and known as the British Golf Museum for 30 years, the museum based in the birthplace of golf is entering a new era as the R&A World Golf Museum. Closed since early 2020, the Museum’s galleries have been redesigned and reinterpreted, ready to welcome visitors to …

Tributes were left this week to remember loved ones in Rossendale who recently passed away. Announcing the death of a family member is an age-old tradition for family and loved ones. We have gathered the messages posted this week in one place. To view the complete list of obituaries, memorials and anniversary memorials, please visit …

Martha donelan Martha Donelan has been appointed as the new Director of Development at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (SBMM), effective June 7. Donelan holds a BA in Art History from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, and has over 25 years of marketing and development experience. “Martha is a perfect fit for our museum,” said …

A grilled cheese sandwich on a blue plate Michael Harte, Managing Director of Bridge Cheese in Telford The humble ham and cheese toast was crowned the country’s favorite cheese sandwich, in a special World Cup cheese sandwich tournament. Over 1,100 public votes were cast in the contest, run by the Telford Bridge Cheese company, featuring …

Almost since Channel 4 launched 38 years ago, with the first episode of Countdown, there has been speculation that it is threatened with privatization. In January 1983, just two months after the channel launched, Kevin Goldstein-Jackson – the executive who helped launch hits like Tales of the Unexpected and who went on to run franchise …

Liquor sales in the UK have skyrocketed during the euro, as sunny weather prompted fans to spend money on alcohol, data from PayPoint shows. Sales data from PayPoint’s 28,000 retailer network revealed that over the weekend with the Three Lions playing their first game against Croatia, liquor sales rose 11% in Great Britain. Meanwhile, north …