Boy George slammed for reaction to Jill Scott being named I’m A Celeb winner

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! came to a end last night as Lioness star Jill Scott was crowned queen of the jungle on the ITV hit show’s return to the Australian jungle. During Sunday night’s show the former England footballer, 35, beat Matt Hancock and Owen Warner to be crowned the queen of the jungle for 2022.Continue reading “Boy George slammed for reaction to Jill Scott being named I’m A Celeb winner”

British Museum works to restore ‘rare and complex’ Michelangelo drawing

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent Mon, 28 November 2022 at 7:00 am One of only two surviving Michelangelo cartoons is undergoing delicate and highly technical conservation work at the British Museum in an attempt to stabilise the fragile work for the coming decades. Epifania, created by the Italian master artist around 1550, has degradedContinue reading “British Museum works to restore ‘rare and complex’ Michelangelo drawing”

Greece PM senses “momentum” in “Elgin Marbles” talks with Britain

LONDON (Reuters) – Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Monday there was “progress” and a sense of “momentum” in talks with Britain to reunite the Parthenon Sculptures in Greece. Athens has campaigned to have the “Elgin Marbles”, as they are often known – 75 metres of Parthenon frieze, 15 metopes and 17 sculptures –Continue reading “Greece PM senses “momentum” in “Elgin Marbles” talks with Britain”

London museum returns looted Benin bronzes to Nigeria

Helen William, PA Mon, 28 November 2022 at 11:34 pm A small museum in south-east London has begun the official process of returning looted Benin bronzes to Nigeria. The Horniman Museum, which houses a collection of 72 treasured items that were taken by force from Benin City in 1897, officially handed over ownership of theContinue reading “London museum returns looted Benin bronzes to Nigeria”

Trafalgar Square’s Christmas Tree Has Arrived, Looking ‘So Over It’

This year’s Christmas tree for Trafalgar Square has arrived Norway’s annual gift of a huge Christmas tree for London has already been ridiculed, just hours after its arrival. The giant foliage spectacle has once again touched down in the heart of the capital, ready to be decorated – but much like last year, it’s looking pretty sparse whenContinue reading “Trafalgar Square’s Christmas Tree Has Arrived, Looking ‘So Over It’”

PM Rishi Sunak says no room for ‘short-termism’ in dealing with Russia and China

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said “short-termism” or “sentimentality” will not help Britain stand up to global competitors like Russia or China. In his first major foreign policy speech, Mr Sunak indicated to international dignitaries and business leaders on Monday he would set a fresh direction for the UK’s place in the world, after the premierships of Boris Johnson and Liz Truss. Mr JohnsonContinue reading “PM Rishi Sunak says no room for ‘short-termism’ in dealing with Russia and China”

Signs of Another Humiliating Loss Send Russia Into Denial Mode

Russian forces may be preparing to leave the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which Russia has occupied since the early months of the war this year, according to Ukrainian authorities. Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, said Sunday he believes Russian troops will be leaving the power plant as UkrainianContinue reading “Signs of Another Humiliating Loss Send Russia Into Denial Mode”

King Charles up against Volodymyr Zelensky as Time’s Person of the Year

King Charles II is up against Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and some other major celebrities as Time magazine’s Person of the Year. On Sunday, the publication announced that voting for Time’s 2022 Person of the Year is officially open, allowing readers to vote for “the person or group who had the greatest influence on 2022 – for better or worse”. People canContinue reading “King Charles up against Volodymyr Zelensky as Time’s Person of the Year”

Heinz, Waitrose, and hundreds of other brands’ Royal Warrants became void after the Queen died. Now, they have to prove the royal family uses their products to get them back under King Charles III.

Food manufacturer Heinz and British supermarket Waitrose are among the hundreds of brands that are going to have to prove the royal family still uses their products to continue using the royal coat of arms. There are approximately 850 Royal Warrants held by about 750 companies or individuals, according to The Royal Warrant Holders Association, which alsoContinue reading “Heinz, Waitrose, and hundreds of other brands’ Royal Warrants became void after the Queen died. Now, they have to prove the royal family uses their products to get them back under King Charles III.”

Jill Scott tells Mike Tindall he is ‘punching’ with wife Zara Phillips

Albertina Lloyd ·Contributor Mon, 28 November 2022 at 10:02 am I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 winner Jill Scott appears to have befriended Zara Phillips at the TV show’s afterparty in Australia. The pair were shown hitting it off as they shared a chat and a hug backstage at the reality show final in a video postedContinue reading “Jill Scott tells Mike Tindall he is ‘punching’ with wife Zara Phillips”