The “milkshaking” of Nigel Farage on Monday was the latest in a series of milk-based protests against far right political figures in the UK, with “lactose the intolerant” the latest evolution of a long-standing British slapstick tradition of throwing eggs and custard pies at politicians.
The UK Government must now put all options on the table, and giving the people a final say must be one of these options. If it is not , there is only one alternative – a clear decision by Parliament to require the Government to revoke Article 50 and start the process again from scratch, armed with the facts. There is little time to avoid a multi-generational disaster.
A decade ago Singapore was being discussed as a possible competitor for Macau with an annual gross gaming revenue of $6bn, but growth stalled and revenues today are at around the same level. Now, Singapore authorities have offered the city state’s two casino’s the chance to expand, but only after significant investment.
No records of the size of Native American populations before 1492 and the arrival of Europeans survive. A new study has found answers.
Filming for the much anticipated remake of the sci-fi classic Dune has started, according to recent social media posts by its stars Josh Brolin and Timothée Chalamet.
As gambling laws have been relaxed across the world in recent years, each country has taken a different approach to protect problem gamblers from their temptations, and New Zealand offers some of the most inventive options.