Jordan urges Pence to ‘rebuild trust’ after Jerusalem pivot

AMMAN, Jordan — Jordan’s king appealed Sunday to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence to “rebuild trust and confidence” in the possibility of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, following fallout from the Trump administration’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Pence, in turn, tried to reassure the

Trump urges GOP to use ‘Nuclear Option’ during government shutdown

President Trump on Sunday continued to blast Democrats over immigration during the showdown and urged Republicans to use the “Nuclear Option” to reach a long-term solution. “Great to see how hard Republicans are fighting for our Military and Safety at the Border. The Dems just want illegal immigrants to

Driver blocks traffic for five minutes attempting 10-point turn trying to get into Birmingham car park

A DRIVER was left embarrassed after she ended up blocking two entrances to a car park while struggling to execute out a ten-point turn. The unnamed woman painfully tried to manoeuvre her Ford Fiesta as motorists queued up to get into NCP Car Park on Birmingham High Street. Unluckily for

We can all reach out and help to ease loneliness in tribute to MP Jo Cox’s work

IT’S great news that the talented MP Tracey Crouch has been appointed as minister for loneliness, a project first started by the late MP Jo Cox. Less great, obviously, is the fact we need this role in the first place. But, clearly, we do. Loneliness is our society’s new

The shameful treatment of Rohingya refugees hired as extras on Our Girl is new low for BBC

THE shameful treatment of Rohingya refugees hired as extras on the BBC TV show Our Girl is scandalous. These are some of the most vulnerable people in the world, chased out of their homeland in one of the worst examples of ethnic cleansing since the Second World War. They’ve been

Staff at crisis-hit prison won prizes including West End show tickets and Ferrari driving experience at bingo-style event funded by taxpayers

STAFF at a crisis-hit prison won prizes at a bingo-style event funded by taxpayers. Bosses at maximum security HMP Woodhill used jail funds for treats including West End show tickets and a Ferrari driving experience. The prison in Milton Keynes was last year deemed “barely fit for purpose” in a