India will overtake China and have the world’s largest population within three months, UN predicts

India‘s population is set to overtake China on April 14 this year to become the world’s biggest, a UN report has predicted. The South Asian country currently has a population of 1.41billion compared to China’s 1.45billion, but the higher birth rate and more youthful population will see it take the crown from Beijing for the … Read more

Britain still gives mega-rich China £51.7million in foreign aid despite promises to end the handouts

Britain still gives mega-rich China £51.7million in foreign aid despite promises to end the handouts UK sent China £51.7m aid last year despite pledge to end ‘indefensible’ handouts Cash covered climate change, reducing illegal animal trade and human rights Last year then foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, vowed to slash aid to China 95% By Jason Groves … Read more

Joe Biden arrives in Bali for G20 summit and a pivotal meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping

President Joe Biden landed in Bali on Sunday evening ahead of a meeting with President Xi Jinping on Monday, after telling Asian leaders that the US’s lines of communication with China would stay open to prevent conflict. He arrived for a G20 summit on the Indonesian island – his third major summit in a round-the-world foreign policy … Read more

China has a secret police station in NYC as part of network around the word to hunt down dissidents

China has set up dozens of secret police stations around the world, including one in New York City, to hunt down and retrieve dissidents.  A new report from Safeguard Defenders, a human rights watchdog, revealed that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has at least 54 ‘overseas police service stations’ in 30 different countries, including the … Read more

Charlie Mullins backs Liz Truss for saying British workers ‘need more graft’ 

Businessman Charlie Mullins has backed Liz Truss‘ comments that British workers need ‘more graft’ and said work from home culture made people ‘feel they’re entitled to get money and do nothing’.  The Pimlico Plumbers founder said the Tory leadership hopeful was ‘undoubtedly’ correct after a leaked recording of her saying there was a ‘fundamental issue … Read more

Hoopla stall where punters throw hoops at a strapped-down GOOSE is condemned by PETA 

Hoopla stall where punters throw hoops at a strapped-down GOOSE is condemned by PETA The footage emerged from Yantai in eastern China’s Shandong province Fairgoers tossed plastic hoops, aiming to land them round the animal’s neck The animal was tightly strapped down to a metal stool and appeared distressed PETA are pushing for more animal … Read more

Pelosi heads to South Korea, where president won’t meet her after her trip to Taiwan

Is South Korea’s President avoiding Nancy? Yoon refuses to cancel vacation to meet Pelosi – and avoids infuriating China further – after her Taiwan visit sparked military drills, buzzing fighter jets and a promise the U.S. will pay from Beijing Pelosi’s trip prompted a furious response from Beijing China announced live fire military exercises are … Read more

Liz Truss pledges to boost Commonwealth ties if she becomes Prime Minister

Liz Truss pledges to boost Commonwealth ties if she becomes Prime Minister ‘to counter China trade threat’ If she becomes PM, Truss said she would launch a ‘New Commonwealth Deal’ This would ensure the 56 Commonwealth countries act as a bulwark to China By Harriet Line Chief Political Correspondent For The Daily Mail Published: 23:26 … Read more

China launches second of three modules to its permanent space station

China has launched the second of three modules that, together with the main body, make up its highly-ambitious ‘Tiangong’ space station. The new module, called Wentian, was launched on a Long March 5B rocket at 14:22 (06:22 GMT) on Sunday from Wenchang Space Launch Center on the island of Hainan, China. Wentian, a research lab dedicated … Read more

Fossils of 160-million-year-old water bugs are earliest example of insects protecting offspring

Fossils of 160-million-year-old water bugs discovered in China show it carried clusters of eggs on its leg – the earliest example of insects protecting their offspring until they hatch Fossilized remains of ancient water bugs have been found in China The fossils show the bugs carried clutches of eggs on one of its three legs … Read more