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Many of the UK’s airport pubs and restaurants will remain open for business as usual during this second nationwide lockdown.
They are currently permitted to serve you alcoholic beverages and meals if you have a valid check-in ticket and flight booked for that same day.
With many low-cost airlines offering cheaper-than-ever flights out of British airports, you and your friends could legally book a flight (that you have no intention of getting on) for as little as £13.
Navy bosses have warned its sailors that there will be an outright smoking ban introduced to try and curb the number of sailors who still smoke any products containing nicotine or tobacco.
In a recent memo sent out to all ranks within the naval service, they are now being given advanced warning that during 2021 all Royal Navy ships and its land bases are to implement completely smoke-free work sites.
The memo says that following government guidance there will be a total ‘ban on smoking all tobacco products, including combustible and chewing products.’
A Lance Corporal from the British Army has been detained by Royal Military Police during a solo protest in Whitehall London.
In a self-tape video posted online prior to his arrest, shows the Lance Corporal, named as Ahmed - saying that he is unwilling to continue his military service until the UK government stops supporting and supplying munitions used by Saudi Arabia for the war in Yemen.
Trigger Warning: The article below contains adult language unsuitable for younger audiences - you may get offended by some of the language used below, others will find it hilarious.
Members of the British military are widely known for their colourful use of the English language to describe situations or someone. So, below we have put together some of the favourites.
- You’ve got a head like a bag of smashed crabs.
- BUG - Battalion's Ugliest Ginger.
- Oxygen Thief.