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'What is going on?' Farage erupts at theatre banning word 'spooky' over racial undertones

NIGEL Farage slapped down the National Theatre of Scotland's ban the word "spooky" amid concerns over the term's racial undertones. Nigel Farage has slammed the National Theatre of Scotland for stopping to use the word “spooky” due to claims that it is a racial slur.

express.co.uk ,  1h 2
'What is going on?' Farage erupts at theatre banning word 'spooky' over racial undertones

Queen's protocol on brink as Prince Charles and William 'moving towards open monarchy'

QUEEN ELIZABETH II's life-long efforts to appear neutral on all sensitive issues as the country's head of state may not be followed by her immediate heirs, Princes Charles and Prince William, according to a royal commentator. The Queen has made "never complain, never explain" her mantra over the past seven decades on the throne.

express.co.uk ,  1h 3
Queen's protocol on brink as Prince Charles and William 'moving towards open monarchy'

Prince Charles and William break royal tradition the Queen has always observed

PRINCE Charles and Prince William are redefining the monarchy in a "healthy" way, according to a royal expert. Prince Charles and Prince William, who respectively first and second in line to the throne, have been very vocal about environmental issues over the last few weeks.

express.co.uk ,  1h 4
Prince Charles and William break royal tradition the Queen has always observed

Dr Who star felt ‘stabbed in back’ after ‘cancel culture cowards erased him' from role

DOCTOR WHO fans will undoubtedly remember James Dreyfus after he was set to play The Master in a series of audiobooks. However, he's now claimed to GB News host Andrew Doyle about how "cancel culture" resulted in him being "erased" from the sci-fi universe completely.

express.co.uk ,  19h 42
Dr Who star felt ‘stabbed in back’ after ‘cancel culture cowards erased him' from role

Boris Johnson told to 'come clean' on money cost to everyday Brits for net zero plan

BORIS JOHNSON has been urged to "come clean" over the costs of the UK going "net zero" for ordinary Britons. Blonde Money CEO Helen Thomas issued a warning over the "painful" implications of the government’s net-zero strategy. Boris Johnson has back Britain to reach net-zero carbon emission by 2050, but Ms Thomas has told GB News that the Government needs to "come clean" on the real-life implications of adopting cleaner green technology such as electric cars and wind power to combat climate change.

express.co.uk ,  22h 50
Boris Johnson told to 'come clean' on money cost to everyday Brits for net zero plan

GB News' Mark Dolan in blistering swipe at China & Russia over Cop26 snub 'Can cop off!'

GB News presenter Mark Dolan took a dig at China and Russia for being big pollution emitters as the leaders of the two countries seem set to skip the Cop26 Summit. GB News host Mark Dolan has slammed China and Russia for polluting the planet as Cop26 approaches, saying “if Cop 26 isn’t a collective global effort they can cop right off”.

express.co.uk ,  1d 19
GB News' Mark Dolan in blistering swipe at China & Russia over Cop26 snub 'Can cop off!'

UK warned Islamic extremists 'on the march' after Sir David Amess's brutal death

CONCERNS have mounted over violent Islamist extremism following the brutal killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess in Essex last Friday. Counter-terrorism expert Sam Armstrong has issued a strong warning on GB News over the Islamist terror threat facing the United Kingdom after Conservative MP Sir David Amess was killed last Friday in a suspected terrorism-related stabbing in Leigh-on-Sea in Essex.

express.co.uk ,  1d 0
UK warned Islamic extremists 'on the march' after Sir David Amess's brutal death

Prince William and Charles 'plan to break royal protocol' as King, expert predicts

Charlie Rae told GB News the Duke of Cambridge and his father, the Prince of Wales, will shun a protocol that says they shouldn't "make public pronouncements" upon coming to the throne Both Prince Charles and Prince William will move away from royal protocol once they take the throne, a royal expert has claimed.

dailystar.co.uk ,  1d 555
Prince William and Charles 'plan to break royal protocol' as King, expert predicts

Prince Charles and William plan 'to break with protocol' as they shun royal tradition

PRINCE WILLIAM and his father Charles look set to break with royal protocol once the Queen passes away, according to a royal expert. Charlie Rae, the former royal editor of The Sun, said that Prince William and Charles will break with royal protocol. He told GB News that both men will break "the protocol that says they should not make public pronouncements" when they each take the throne.

express.co.uk ,  1d 176
Prince Charles and William plan 'to break with protocol' as they shun royal tradition

'Why should I pay for you?!' Insulate Britain's demands shut down in fiery row

AN INSULATE Britain protester was torn apart by commentator Calvin Robinson over calls for the Government to insulate all homes in the UK. Insulate Britain has caused misery for drivers in recent weeks with 13 blockades across the M25 and central London. Political commentator Calvin Robinson questioned Insulate Britain's Tim Gough behind the funding of the group's proposal.

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'Why should I pay for you?!' Insulate Britain's demands shut down in fiery row

'I had people following me home' Esther McVey recalls threats amid security fears

GB NEWS presenter and MP Esther McVey has recalled how she was followed home following heightened security fears among MPs after Sir David Amess' murder. Sir David Amess was killed while meeting constituents in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday, five and a half years after Labour MP Jo Cox was killed by a far-right extremist.

express.co.uk ,  2d 0
'I had people following me home' Esther McVey recalls threats amid security fears

Farage blasts PM’s tax plans ‘You’ll send us back to the 1970s!’

NIGEL Farage has warned that Britain could be heading for a return of 1970s inflation levels and power blackouts across the country. The GB News presenter, in an exclusive interview with the Sunday Express spoke of his alarm at the Government’s plans for increased corporation tax and fears that inflation will wipe out people’s savings.

express.co.uk ,  2d 60
Farage blasts PM’s tax plans ‘You’ll send us back to the 1970s!’

GB News boss: ‘Farage has been a huge success… I thank Andrew Neil for that terrific idea’

Angelos Frangopoulos is also unconcerned with the threat of Rupert Murdoch's TalkTV, and says he was close to hiring Piers Morgan Angelos Frangopoulos wants to change the script for GB News, which has quickly established itself as Britain’s first 24-hour rolling chaos channel. Watching from the sidelines at the channel's Paddington HQ, the chief executive points to the robotic cameras training their lenses on presenters Patrick Christys and Mercy Muroki.

telegraph.co.uk ,  3d 12
GB News boss: ‘Farage has been a huge success… I thank Andrew Neil for that terrific idea’

You are NOT 'champions of humanity' Furious row erupts with Insulate Britain over protests

INSULATE BRITAIN's Liam Norton and GB News presenter Inaya Folarin Iman broke into a frustrated shouting match in a tense row. GB News host Inaya Folarin Iman attacked the eco-protest group Insulate Britain and their protest methods. She argued the group were making life more difficult for ordinary people and overly imposing their perspective.

express.co.uk ,  3d 119
You are NOT 'champions of humanity' Furious row erupts with Insulate Britain over protests

GB News’s Nana Akua branded ‘vile’ for saying migrants on boats shouldn’t be rescued by Border Force on Jeremy Vine

Jeremy Vine’s show on Channel 5 has been blasted as ‘vile’ after contributor Nana Akua supported the idea that border patrol shouldn’t be prosecuted for not saving drowning refugees. On Friday’s edition of the panel show, GB News host Akua appeared alongside Vine and writer Jemma Forte and discussed Border Force staff potentially being given immunity from prosecution should migrants drown while crossing the Channel.

metro.co.uk ,  4d 49
GB News’s Nana Akua branded ‘vile’ for saying migrants on boats shouldn’t be rescued by Border Force on Jeremy Vine

Watch: GB News host suggests Border Force should let refugees drown

On Jeremy Vine, Nana Akua claimed letting migrants drown would "stop people trafficking". A GB News host has been criticised for an “extraordinary lack of empathy” after saying Border Force officials shouldn’t rescue refugees drowning in the English Channel. Appearing on Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show alongside writer Jemma Forte, Nana Akua was discussing Priti Patel’s to give officers immunity from prosecution should migrants drown while crossing to the UK in small boats.

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Watch: GB News host suggests Border Force should let refugees drown

Welsh Labour MP cools support for DVLA strike action

A Welsh Labour MP has cooled his support for strike action by the DVLA Stephen Kinnock, who represents Aberavon, said he supported the strike action at first, but is now arguing that if “there isn’t an absolutely clear case for industrial action then there should not be”.

nation.cymru ,  4d 0
Welsh Labour MP cools support for DVLA strike action

GB News panel erupts in furious panic buying clash 'You're a selfish buyer!'

GB News panellist Rebecca Jane slammed broadcaster Mike Parry as a "selfish buyer" after he referred to himself as a "preparation buyer". The GB News panellists clashed over the trend of 'panic buying in the UK. Rebecca Jane accused Mike Parry of being a “selfish buyer”, while he called himself a “preparation buyer” as he was just “preparing for what could have become a problem” to himself”.

express.co.uk ,  4d 60
GB News panel erupts in furious panic buying clash 'You're a selfish buyer!'

GB News’ Dan Wootton humiliates Insulate Britain guest ‘Haven’t insulated your own home'

GB NEWS host Dan Wootton sparked an intense debate with a member of Insulate Britain when he revealed her former address had an energy rating of D. Activist group Insulate Britain took part in another protest on Wednesday which brought lorries on the M25 motorway to a standstill. Spokesperson for the movement Gabby Ditton appeared on GB News to defend their actions, and found herself in a heated row with presenter Dan Wootton.

express.co.uk ,  5d 84
GB News’ Dan Wootton humiliates Insulate Britain guest ‘Haven’t insulated your own home'

'Someone's going to get hurt!' Simon McCoy blasts Insulate Britain 'People get cross'

SIMON MCCOY has criticised the climate activist group Insulate Britain after several members organised another protest to disrupt lorry drivers on the GB News morning show. Protestors are now facing court action and possible jail time after disrupting some of the UK’s busiest motorways over the past month.

express.co.uk ,  5d 47
'Someone's going to get hurt!' Simon McCoy blasts Insulate Britain 'People get cross'