How jumpy male spiders avoid being eaten after sex

The Philoponella spider is found in tropical regions of the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia, and lives in communal groups of up to 300 individuals in a web complex, constructed of many individual webs. Although many animals have evolved various methods of storing elastic energy to escape or catch prey, it is the first time … Read more

Rishi Sunak under pressure from Cabinet to cut tax

Jacob Rees-Mogg, the minister for Brexit opportunities and government efficiency, broadly expressed support for the comments, and also pushed the idea of ​​unilateral tariff reductions. “Jacob is a big supporter of unilateral action of tariffs,” a government source told the FinancialTimes. Another confirmed that Mr Johnson was sympathetic to the move, adding: “The Department for … Read more

Church of England is not a ‘passive observer of migration policy’

The Archbishop, who is the head of the Church of England, also reiterated his view that “there are serious ethical questions about using ‘deterrence’ to stop asylum seekers trying to reach our shores”. “Like many, I oppose sending vulnerable and traumatized people more than 4,000 miles away without their consent, and paying another country to … Read more

Annual MOT could be scrapped to put the brakes on cost of living crisis

The requirement for motorists to have an MOT check on their vehicles every year could be scrapped under plans to ease the cost of living crisis after Boris Johnson instructed ministers to suggest policies that would not cost the Treasury any money. The Prime Minister used a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday to brainstorm ideas with … Read more

Life on Earth was started by a meteorite, new evidence suggests

There are four such chemicals (adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine, better identified by their initials, A, T, C and G) which are known as “bases” and their arrangement makes up an individual’s genome. Every person’s order of these four bases is unique and provides the code for personality, appearance, health and everything in between. Previously, … Read more

Duke of Sussex hits out at British attitudes towards mental health

The Duke of Sussex has criticized the British reluctance to talk about needing counselling, instead praising California’s “I’ll get my therapist to call your therapist” mentality. The Duke, speaking on a podcast about mental health, said the cultural differences between the UK and US are “tremendous”, as he urged the public to get on the … Read more

Cost of living crisis has workers on ‘good struggles struggling’, says minister ahead of Cabinet meeting

James Heappey, the armed forces minister, said he believes there is “every chance” Ukrainian forces can defeat Russia as the focus of the conflict shifts to the Donbas region in the east of Ukraine. Asked on Sky News if it is “inevitable” that Russia will sixteen territory, Mr Heappey said: “I don’t think there is … Read more

Thomas Markle says he will fly to UK for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and wants to meet Archie and Lilibet

The Duchess of Sussex’s father has said he and the Queen have a right to meet the children of his daughter and the Duke of Sussex. Thomas Markle, 77, said he is planning to fly over to the UK in June for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, and while he is here he hopes to meet … Read more

Rishi Sunak is on board with plans to make ‘Thank Holiday’ permanent

The additional day off, which has been endorsed by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), would also be in recognition of the service of the millions who have stepped up to serve their communities during the Covid pandemic. A spokesman for Mr Sunak on Monday confirmed he had asked Treasury officials to carry out an … Read more

GPs to vote on shortening their working day by two and a half hours

Doctors are to vote on scaling back their hours. Currently, GP practices are supposed to be open from 8am until 6.30pm daily. But doctors attending the British Medical Association’s conference of local committees next month are to vote on cutting back standard hours by two and half hours. The changes would mean routine hours of … Read more