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Delays, cancellations and flooding as ruins of whirly Bertha strike UK

Delays, cancellations and flooding as ruins of whirly Bertha strike UK

Homes were flooded, travellers delayed, festivals marred and sporting events disrupted as a ruins of whirly Bertha swept opposite a UK, bringing clever winds and a month’s value of sleet in usually a few hours to some areas. The Met Office and a Environment Agency warned that a stormy weather could continue to means problems […]

UK to muster Tornado jets in Iraq for notice after Sinjar assist dump fails

UK to muster Tornado jets in Iraq for notice after Sinjar assist dump fails

Britain is deploying RAF Tornado jets to yield larger notice of northern Iraq after being forced to cancel dual attempts to dump assist for Yazidi refugees on Mount Sinjar amid fears that a load could have harmed people on a ground. Amid flourishing calls for a remember of legislature to concede Britain to join a […]

UK continue still influenced by ex-hurricane Bertha

UK continue still influenced by ex-hurricane Bertha

11 Aug 2014 Last updated during 10:32 Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. This home in a Fens was left totally surrounded, as Richard Daniel reports Parts of England and Scotland are stability to be influenced by high winds and sleet brought by a ruins of what was Hurricane Bertha. The Met […]

Norwegian twin Nico and Vinz explain UK draft tip spot

Norwegian twin Nico and Vinz explain UK draft tip spot

10 Aug 2014 Last updated during 19:00 Nico and Vinz, before famous as Envy, began their low-pitched partnership in 2009 Norway’s Nico and Vinz have turn a initial all-Norwegian rope to have a UK series one singular given A-ha in 1986. The Scandinavian twin achieved a attainment after their singular Am we Wrong climbed 51 […]

UK firms harm by Russian embargo on food imports

UK firms harm by Russian embargo on food imports

10 Aug 2014 Last updated during 13:43 Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Sinclair Banks of Lunar Fishing explains a impact Russia’s anathema will have on his business UK firms have been strike by a Russian anathema on food imports from a series of Western countries. The tit-for-tat ban, imposed on Thursday, […]

First UK assist forsaken in Iraq for Yazidis who fled IS militants

First UK assist forsaken in Iraq for Yazidis who fled IS militants

10 Aug 2014 Last updated during 10:57 The assist forsaken enclosed tents, H2O filtration containers and solar lights A British troops aircraft has done a initial dump of UK assist in Iraq. The Ministry of Defence pronounced a craft had carried out a goal overnight. The concentration of a assist bid is on assisting thousands […]

Ex-hurricane Bertha brings high winds and sleet opposite UK

Ex-hurricane Bertha brings high winds and sleet opposite UK

10 Aug 2014 Last updated during 07:32 ET A G4S outpost became stranded in inundate H2O in Cardiff Heavy sleet and winds are attack England and Wales as ruins of what was Hurricane Bertha cranky a country. The Met Office has released a yellow warning for sleet for many of a UK, and is propelling […]

Surge in support for Scotland to stay in UK

Surge in support for Scotland to stay in UK

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Remnants of Hurricane Bertha to beat UK with sleet and high winds

Remnants of Hurricane Bertha to beat UK with sleet and high winds

9 Aug 2014 Last updated during 22:02 A motorist was trapped in his automobile for some-more than an hour since of flooding in Cambridgeshire on Friday High winds and complicated sleet are approaching to lash many of a UK as ruins of what was Hurricane Bertha strech a nation early on Sunday. The inclement continue […]

UK assist deliveries in Iraq ‘imminent’

UK assist deliveries in Iraq ‘imminent’

9 Aug 2014 Last updated during 23:31 Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Unicef’s Juliette Touma says people in a Sinjar plateau are in unfortunate need of food, water, preserve and protection The Royal Air Force (RAF) will start dropping charitable assist reserve in northern Iraq “imminently”, a unfamiliar secretary has said. […]

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