The outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May formally tendered her resignation letter to Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday as her successor Boris Johnson prepares to take over the Prime Minister office from her .
May arrived at the palace after earlier urging Johnson to deliver Brexit “in a way that works for the whole United Kingdom”
Shortly afterwards, the Queen received in audience Boris Johnson and requested him to form a new Administration.
Boris Johnson accepted Her Majesty’s offer and kissed her hands upon his appointment as Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury.
‘Minerve’ submarine, which disappeared off the coast of Toulon in the Mediterranean Sea in 1968, leading to the loss of 52 lives, wreckage has been found by The French Navy
On Monday, the French Armed Forces Minister, Florence Parly, said “We have just found the Minerve.
“It was a successful operation, a moment of relief and a demonstration of technical prowess.
“I would like to spare a thought for the families of those who have waited for this moment for so long.’
The government decided in 2018 to renew efforts to find the Minerve, following requests from the bereaved families and found it, thanks to the use of new sonar and drone technology.
The reason the submarine sank remains unknown.
Minerve operated solely in the Mediterranean Sea.
Minerve was laid down on May 1958 at the Chantiers Dubigeon shipyard in Nantes and launched on May 31, 1961.She had a maximum speed of 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph).
After a shakedown cruise to Londonderry Port, Bergen, and Gothenburg in November 1962, the submarine sailed from Cherbourg to Toulon, arriving on Dec. 22, 1962.
She was commissioned into the 1st Submarine Squadron on June 10, 1964.
In memos leaked to the Mail on Sunday, ambassador Sir Kim Darroch the Britain’s ambassador to the US, described Mr Trump with unflattering words. He also said the US president is “incompetent”, adding that the White House had become “uniquely dysfunctional” under his service. In one memo, Sir Darroch questioned if the Trump administration “will ever look competent” and expressed concerns over “vicious infighting and chaos” in the White House.
Mr Trump hit back at Darroch’s emails and also told reporters in New Jersey: “We’re not big fans of that man and he has not served the UK well. So I can understand it and I can say things about him but I won’t bother.”
As the Foreign Office launched an investigation into the source of the leak. Trade secretary Liam Fox told the BBC the leak was “unprofessional, unethical and unpatriotic”. He said that whoever released the emails had “maliciously” undermined the defence and security relationship with the US, “the most important global relationship that we have”.
Festus Kalela, A 7 year old pupil of Kawama Township in Kitwe who was beaten to death by his peers has finally been put to rest. He died on Wednesday after 4 of his classmates beat him to death while coming from school. It is alleged that the 4 boys, one aged 8, two aged 7 and one aged 6 were annoyed when Festus the class-monitor, wrote down their names as noise makers who were told to pick papers as punishment. Afterwards the young criminals teamed up and beat Festus, the class monitor to death.
The boy was convulsing the time he was brought at the hospital said the Hospital authorities. He later died at the Intensive Care Unit, ICU, after efforts to resuscitate him failed.
Kitwe district Commissioner Binwell Mpundu,said the body of the boy is lying in the Kitwe Teaching Hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem. And Mr Mpundu, who has described the incident as saddening, wondered how children below the age of ten could beat a peer to death.
He said it was sad that children could be so savagely at such a tender age.
These 4 young murderers cannot be arrested or prosecuted as they are under the age of 10 this is according to Zambian law, . So sad, they have no case to answer.