Cunard will be taking Shakespeare and new work to the high seas in 2022, as it joins forces in a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) to bring world class theatre to its transatlantic stage. Continue reading
Farah stays strong to take gold in London
Former U.S. President Barack Obama shows off his kiteboarding skills while on his post-presidency getaway on Richard Branson’s Moskito island, in the British Virgin Islands, as posted in Branson’s blog entry https://www.virgin.com/richard-branson/richard-vs-barack-kiteboard-and-foilboard-challenge.
More English football players talk about their sexual abuse experiences as young boys, with one accusing clubs of covering up a paedophile ring.
The chairman of the Conservative Party committee running the leadership contest confirms Theresa May is only remaining candidate and refuses to deny that she could become the next Prime Minister by the end of the day.
British economist Angus Deaton wins the 2015 Nobel Economics Prize.
Rooney scores his 50th goal for England during match against Switzerland to break Bobby Charlton’s 45 year old record.
Britain’s Andy Murray battled through to the fourth round of Wimbledon with victory over Andreas Seppi at a racous Centre Court.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg resigns after his party’s “crushing” defeat in the UK general election.
Voting has now closed in the UK’s general election…
…and an exit poll is showing Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives on track to win the most seats.
But the party will be just shy of an outright majority.