One of the stars of this summer’s Royal International Air Tattoo in the Cotswolds, England has been unveiled by organisers. Visitors to RAF Fairford on July 18-19 will have a rare opportunity to see a display by one of the most iconic war-birds of the Cold War era.
Britain’s opposition leader David Cameron says he will lead senior Conservatives in repaying excessive expenses - warning that he will boot any MPs who refuse out of the party.
United Kingdom’s unemployment has jumped by almost a quarter of a million to take the total to 2.2 million, official figures have revealed. Data showed a quarterly rise of 244,000 - the biggest increase in the number of people looking for a job since 1981.
United States explicitly expressed support for Paraguayan president Fernando Lugo and his administration in response to some “instability” rumours which are “not positive” for the country.
The Argentine government expressed on Monday its most vigorous rejection to “the United Kingdom’s pretension to establish maritime spaces round the Malvinas, South Georgia and South Sandwich islands, which are part of Argentine national territory”.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez warned he will take strong action against all media involved in the spread of “hate messages, trampling with the truth or promoting war”.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered Sunday the expropriation of more than 10.000 hectares (24.710 acres) of arable lands belonging to six farms and mixed farming industries in the state of Barinas, south-western Venezuela arguing that farms “are not weekend resorts for the rich
Britain’s House of Commons authorities are to try to bring forward the publication of MPs' expenses receipts from the planned date of mid-July. The Commons Commission, which oversees MPs' affairs, rejected calls for immediate release of the details but said they would be published as quickly as possible.
The Leader of the Gibraltar Opposition Joe Bossano will be away for a week in order to participate in the annual regional seminar organised by the United Nations special committee on decolonisation, reports the Gibraltar Chronicle.
The United Kingdom made on Tuesday 11 May 2009, its submission in respect of its extended continental shelf around the Falkland Islands, and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.