Tag: London

  • Germany’s hesitation about the tanks splits the arms alliance

    The German-made Leopard tank has increasingly come to be portrayed as the holy grail of Ukrainian defense. Finland, Poland and Latvia have said they want to send parts of their leopard stocks to Ukraine, but Germany has continued to hesitate and withheld clear statements. Hear about how charged the issue is in Germany and what […]

  • Heli Jantunen, Martti Koskenniemi and Merja Penttilä will receive the honorary title of Academician of Science

    and research professor Merja Penttilä has expertise in biotechnology and synthetic biology. They are all respected scientists and researchers with pioneering experience in their respective fields of research. Their work has wide-ranging importance in different sectors of society and thus helps to solve global challenges. A maximum of 16 distinguished Finnish scientists can have the […]

  • Why it’s important to eat at work – even the odd cake

    When England’s Food Standards Agency chief Susan Jebb recently compared eating cake at work to second-hand smoke, office cubicle walls trembled across the country. She told The times: Professor Jebb is right to criticize unstructured eating in the workplace, which can contribute to unhealthy eating. Overconsumption of unhealthy products such as cookies and processed foods […]

  • The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated as a terrorist group

    Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been accused of cracking down on protests at home and supplying drones to Russia The European Parliament on Wednesday called on the EU and its member states to officially designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. The call was included in an amendment […]

  • The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated a terrorist group

    Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been accused of cracking down on protests at home and supplying drones to Russia The European Parliament on Wednesday called on the EU and its member states to officially designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. The call was included in an amendment […]

  • The Sarah Everard case and the cop-turned-killer

    33-year-old Sarah Everard disappeared on a March evening in London last year when she was on her way home from a friend. She was subjected to sexual violence, murdered and dumped in a forest area. And as the investigation into this brutal murder unfolded, the judiciary, more specifically the police, came under heavy questioning. It […]

  • Finnair restricts passengers to London Heathrow under threat of legal action

    Finnair announced in a press release on Wednesday that it will limit seats on flights between London and Helsinki due to the restrictions set by Heathrow airport. London’s busiest airport, Heathrow, has said it will limit the number of passengers at the airport due to congestion and staff shortages. According to Finnair’s press release, Heathrow […]

  • Boris Johnson abandoned and forced

    Claes Aronssonhost Agneta RambergEkot’s former foreign commentator and London correspondent James Savageeditor-in-chief of The Local

  • 2022 Tour de France: Why cycling in Denmark is a joy … and a mystery

    In July 2022, they bring the Tour de France to Denmark. In many ways, given the way I ride a bike, I feel like I have already lived that race since I bought my first bike here. I usually ride with the speed and agility of a Japanese horn, whipping from the bike path to […]

  • Iconic cake becomes gender neutral at Danish bakery

    Diversity has not awakenedGardeström said customers who want the traditional version of the cake will have to call or show up at the store to make adjustments. But in a few months, the only cake that can be ordered in the bakery’s app will be the gender-neutral option. “Is diversity the same as waking up? […]

  • Report criticizes government after “Party gate”

    The British government is criticized in an interim report for lack of leadership linked to the “party gate”. Reports criticize several high-ranking leaders in Boris Jonsson’s government for having created a culture that has led to illegal parties being held. Listen to Ekot’s London correspondent Stephanie Zakrisson in Ekot’s live broadcast.

  • Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta signs a two-year contract extension

    London [UK]May 7 (ANI): Arsenal FC head coach Mikel Arteta has signed a two-year contract extension with the Premier League club on Friday. The new contract extension means that the Spaniard will be at the Emirates Stadium at least until the end of the 2024/25 season. “I am elated, grateful and really, really happy today,” […]

  • Tampere Hall’s summer exhibition presents costumes, props and rare toys from the Star Wars fan world

    Friends Star Wars The film franchise will be a delicacy in July, when Tampere House will bring one of the world’s largest private Star Wars collections to Park Hall. The opening of the summer exhibition of unofficial galaxies will be held in Tampere on Friday, July 1, 2022. The exhibition showcases iconic characters, vehicles and […]

  • The Madeleine McCann mystery – that’s the police’s theory

    On the evening of May 3, 2007, British doctor Kate McCann leaves the table at a tapas restaurant on the Algarve coast in Portugal. She has to look after her three children who sleep in the family’s hotel room – but there she makes a horrible discovery. The eldest daughter, the soon-to-be four-year-old Madeleine, is […]

  • Lena Hallin – about secrets, hard pinches and threats to the nation

    In Swedish Radio’s Sunday interview, you meet the person behind the public mask in journalism’s most basic form – the interview. The host is Martin Wicklin. Producer: Ulrika Stenström. Contact: [email protected] About Lena Hallin Lena Hallin is head of Sweden’s military intelligence and security service (Must) and has had a straight career towards the top. […]

  • The Ukraine War and the EU countries outside NATO

    Claes Aronsson, host Participants: Susanne PalmeSwedish Radio’s EU commentator Caroline SalzingerGermany correspondent Stephanie ZachrissonLondon correspondent Also listen Eva Hagström FrisellSwedish Defense Research Agency, FOI

  • All Things Beautiful: Makeup trends to take advantage of for spring 2022

    If you’re anything like me, you’re most likely over the gray winter months and ready for some outdoor sitting drinks, sunshine and sweet hair and makeup. I’m not sure about you, but I’m already planning my spring outfits and hairstyles for events, and I’m even scrolling through Instagram to see which seasonal nail designs are […]

  • Balalaika compared to swastikas

    Swedish folk group cancels concert after being criticized for playing Russian instruments The organizers of a concert in support of Ukraine in Uppsala, Sweden were forced to cancel a performance by the folk music group Sodra Bergens Balalaikor last week, after receiving backlash from Swedish fans for including the balalaika – a traditional Russian three-stringed […]