It’s not all doom and gloom in the media. Once again there’s been oodles of positive news coming in from across Britain this week (8th – 14th February).
Here are our best read news stories from the last seven days. Enjoy the positive news and please help #SpreadBritainsGoodNews. We all need some positivity in the world right now.
10. Funding boost provides English councils with £51 billion funding package
Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick confirmed on Tuesday that councils across England will have access to £51 billion… Click here
9. UK donates 100 vehicles to stop terrorists crossing into Lebanon
The UK has donated 100 Armoured Patrol Vehicles to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) to tackle the threat from terrorism on its border with Syria, which is frequently used by violent extremists and smugglers. Click here
8. Anderson inspires England to victory in first Test
Captain Joe Root described James Anderson as England’s “greatest of all time” after a sensational 227 run win over India on Monday. Click here
7. Announcement of the birth of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank’s first baby
Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie was safely delivered of a son on Monday, at 0855hrs at The Portland Hospital. Click here
6. New Teaching School Hubs to be rolled out across the country
81 new Teaching School Hubs selected to provide high-quality professional development to teachers and leaders. Click here
5. Britain was right to leave the EU says Greek finance minister
A former Greek finance minister has admitted the UK would have been caught up in the EU’s coronavirus vaccine disaster had it remained a member of the EU. Click here
4. Government to bring an end to unsafe cladding with multi-billion pound intervention
Housing Secretary unveils a 5-point plan which will provide reassurance to homeowners and confidence to the housing market. Click here
3. UK set to be the first in Europe to launch small satellites into orbit
Aerospace giant Lockheed Martin has chosen the rocket it will use to power the UK’s first vertical satellite launches. Click here
2. Liz Truss deepens trade ties and announces investment wins in India
International Trade Secretary agrees terms of Enhanced Trade Partnership and announces 1,500 high skilled UK jobs in tech. Click here
1. GB News to build Britain’s most advanced newsroom
GB News will soon launch Britain’s “most nimble and sophisticated” multi-platform broadcast newsroom after signing a deal with systems integrator Mediability. Click here
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