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EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Queen Beds in Balmoral

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EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Queen Beds in Balmoral

Prior to the Queen’s arrival in Balmoral, a large removal van provided some comforts, including an electric buggy from Windsor and a special orthopedic bed to help HM sleep.

It’s thought to be her first time bringing her bed, something son Charles makes famous when he’s staying with friends.

If Camilla insisted on a custom waterbed, could she and the heir drift apart?

Prior to the Queen’s arrival in Balmoral, a large removal van provided some comforts, including a Windsor electric buggy and a special orthopedic bed to help HM sleep

Peter Mandelson, who called on Keir Starmer to redouble Labour’s efforts to raise money from private donors, warns: ‘Keir cannot allow the party to become the plaything of hard-left unions. If you want a centre-left Labor government, you have to pocket yourself.’ According to Election Commission records, Mandy has never made a substantial donation to the National Labor Party or any individual MP. Could his lordship, who lives in a £12.5m Regent’s Park house in Sir Keir’s constituency of central London, set an example and open his wallet?

New BBC Sunday Morning star Laura Kuenssberg, pictured, praising the incoming prime minister as a

New BBC Sunday Morning star Laura Kuenssberg, pictured, praising the incoming prime minister as a ‘great survivor’, must be the bookmakers’ favorite

After Nick Robinson’s failure to grill Liz Truss, who will get the first substantial TV interview with the next prime minister? New BBC Sunday Morning star Laura Kuenssberg, pictured, praising the incoming prime minister as a ‘great survivor’, must be the bookmakers’ favourite. But Laura’s first chance is her second show on September 11, seven days after Liz’s anticipated triumph. BBC political editor Chris Mason could be a better bet to step into No. 10 on her first day of Liz. Is Laura hoping that Liz will be off her oats on Monday and will be tight-lipped for a week to give her a scoop?

Supporting former Cabinet Secretary Rory Stewart’s claim that Boris “hopes to do a Berlusconi” and eventually return to Downing Street, longtime lover Petronella Wyatt notes: “Knowing Boris like me, there is no doubt that he is a political comeback plans. If he wasn’t, he would distance himself from the members’ petition to vote on his resignation.” No comeback for former mistresses, Petsy?

Responding to news Jacob Rees-Mogg plans to sell £1.5bn worth of government offices in London – while repeatedly urging officials to stop working from home – Lord Sugar rages: ‘Lazy gits watch golf and tennis at home while they [are] should work. We, the taxpayer, pay… bring them back to the office or fire them.” Isn’t Sugar a great loss to the diplomatic corps?

Singer PJ Proby claims Tom Jones was catapulted to superstardom after stealing his act. That’s not how Tom remembers it. “I was on tour with Cilla Black and It’s Not Unusual had just been released,” The Voice star recalled. “The man who co-headlined, PJ Proby, had been kicked out for breaking his pants and it annoyed them. So I took his place.’

Rachel Johnson, who judges her local dog show, awards a special award to Jeremy Paxman’s Spaniel-Dalmatian rescue dog Derek. But where was Paxo’s jumbo rosette in the best-in-show hangdog look category?

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