British Prime Minister Tony Blair slapped down jeering trade union critics of his leadership and free-market policies on Tuesday, saying the reality of globalisation had to be dealt with. In his last-ever speech as British leader to an annual union conference, he highlighted links between globalisation, immigration and the threat from terrorism.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair let it be known on Tuesday that he will not pull out of Iraq soon, or rush to pass the reins of power to his finance minister and heir apparent Gordon Brown. He delivered what aides called a "policy-rich" speech to the Labour Party's annual conference.
With internet lag keeping them from global competition, local gamers have settled on a format for EA’s FIFA 2020 allows 11 people to play as a team. And the prize money in local leagues is growing. Eyaaz Matwadia boots up for the first instalment of Gaming Corner
The producer spoke to Cayleigh Bright on the day the Cape Town Opera returned to rehearsals after almost six months of lockdown about the future-proof transcendence, resilience and relatability of opera