Frozen food sold in Tesco, Lidl, Aldi, Waitrose, and Iceland  recalled after deadly bacteria outbreak

CAMBRIDGESHIRE LIVE : Frozen food sold in some of Britain’s biggest supermarkets including TescoLidlAldiWaitrose, and Iceland has been removed from their shelves because of a deadly outbreak of bacteria.

In all 43 products have been recalled and people are being urged to check their freezers for the products.… Be Informed

Public display of affection in front of grandma is fine, unless she’s the Queen and its an official do

Cosmopolitan: Freshly wed and deeply in love. Definitely the case of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. So much that Meghan Markle can’t hold the display affection.

However, Meghan and Harry stans noticed a moment during the Young Leaders Reception at Buckingham Palace on June 26, when Meghan seemed to reach for Harry’s hand, and he straight up avoided her.… Be Informed

Post-Brexit customs arrangements to be debated on July 16 and 17

Reuters: British lawmakers will debate the government’s proposed legislation on post-Brexit customs arrangements and trade on July 16 and 17, creating another potential flashpoint between Prime Minister Theresa May and pro-European Union lawmakers.

The debates will be a chance for lawmakers in May’s Conservative Party to make the case for Britain to remain in a customs union with the EU – something May has ruled out despite being unable to find an alternative that is acceptable to her cabinet and Brussels.… Be Informed

Insight : What is the nerve agent Novichok?

The Week: Novichok is a series of highly toxic nerve agents, each with a different potency, first developed in the former Soviet Union in the 1970s and 1980s, Reuters reports. The specific circumstances of their creation remains shrouded in secrecy.

The name novichok means “newcomer” in Russian, in a nod to the fact that it heralded a major breakthrough in the power of such chemical weapons.… Be Informed

Trump will be the 12th US President to meet Queen Elizabeth

Reuters: When Donald Trump meets Queen Elizabeth next week, he will become the 12th U.S. President that the monarch has met during her 66 years on the throne, the longest in British history.

Prime Minister Theresa May offered Trump a state visit – a pomp-laden affair usually featuring an open-top carriage trip through central London and a banquet at Buckingham Palace – when she became the first foreign leader to visit him after his inauguration in January 2017.… Be Informed

Analysing YouGov polls on BREXIT

Liberal Democratic Voice’s Tahir Maher writes that since the Brexit referendum media and politics seems to have turned anti-European but it seems that the public opinion is slowing starting to shift towards being more pro-European. There is increasingly despair among the public about the lack of leadership and success with the Brexit negotiations.… Be Informed

SNP accused of forcing votes to interrupt MPs from watching England’s game

Sky News: The SNP have defended themselves after they were accused of forcing a series of parliamentary votes to interrupt MPs from watching England’s crucial World Cup match against Colombia.

As football fans across the country settled down to watch Gareth Southgate’s team in action in Russia, MPs trooped in and out of the voting lobbies five times from 7pm, in a process taking around 66 minutes.… Be Informed

Two collapse in Wiltshire – declared as major incident – another Salisbury?

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British counterterrorism police were investigating Wednesday after two people were left in critical condition, exposed to an unknown substance a few miles from where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent.

The Wiltshire Police force declared a “major incident” after a man and a woman in their 40s were hospitalized after being found unconscious Saturday at a residential building in Amesbury, eight miles (13 kilometers) from Salisbury, where Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned on March 4.

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The Sun’s “Go KANE!” headline irks Colombian UK ambassador

The Sun decided to fully embrace the Little Englander stereotype for its front page today and not everyone was a fan. The paper splashed with a picture of Harry Kane ahead of Colombia playing England in the World Cup.

Accompanying text read: “As 3 Lions face nation that gave world Shakira, great coffee and er, other stuff, we say..… Be Informed

Prince William visits location in Jordan where his wife visited with her family as a little girl

Prince William who is on a royal tour of the Middle East, and while in Jordan he went ahead and visited the exact same location in Jerash that Kate visited with her family as a little girl. He even stood in the same spot his wife had all those years ago and recreated the picture, and yes, there’s a side-by-side:

Photos were released by Kensington Palace in a Tweet.… Be Informed