The ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorization System) is expected to come into force in 2021. By which point most Britons will be too heavily engaged in fighting with friends and families over the last tin of mushy peas in the local convenience store and struggling to remember what electricity used to be like to take advantage of what is actually pretty good value for money.
Two nuns who worked at a Catholic school in California have admitted embezzling about $500,000 and using it to gamble…
The Prime Minister is meeting Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte for breakfast in the Hague, before having lunch with Angela Merkel in Berlin, then heading for Brussels for discussions with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker over dinner. “Can you imaging trying to do this without freedom of movement?”, she is reported to have said on the train to Berlin, with a chuckle.
Parisians on all sides unite in an attempt to shed their old-fashioned ‘city of love’ image.
“Who wants to visit a place famous for being the world’s city of love’ anyway, when the very concept of ‘love’ has been tarnished by shows such as Love Island, and reduced to the image of two gym addicts rutting away like rabbits?”
A teenager who sent thousands of hoax bomb threats to schools, causing some of them to close for a number of days, has been jailed for three years. Pupils at schools across the country are reported to have gathered in silence shortly after the sentencing to pay homage to their revered ‘fam’ George Duke-Cohan, the ‘legend’ who got them a day or two off school in March this year.