NewsBiscuit

The news written by you…

Posts Tagged ‘prince george’

Cambridge couple accidently trial new Facebook privacy setting

A Cambridge couple have been the first to trial a new Facebook privacy setting which enables you to broadcast your status to the nation via the front page of national newspapers.

Read more >

Posted: Jun 8th, 2015
More from News In Brief



Independent Scotland ‘will never know sex of Royal baby’, says PM

Won't be called Alex, that's for sureDavid Cameron has denied that the campaign against Scottish independence has ‘run out of ideas’ today by announcing that an independent Scotland will ‘never find out’ what sex the new Royal baby turns out to be. ‘I won’t tell you whether it’s a girl or a boy, and you won’t be able to watch BBC News 24 to find out either,’ the prime minister said at a Better Together hustings in Dumfries. ‘And don’t expect the Queen to tell you either, if you vote yes she’ll be bloody furious.’

The Royal baby news has caused an otherwise leaden referendum campaign to explode into life. Scottish Labour MP Jim Murphy has returned to his tedious tour of Scotland’s high streets, temporarily abandoned last week after an egg-throwing voter accused him of ‘not talking about the Royal family enough’.

Read more >

Posted: Sep 8th, 2014
More from Politics



Prince George rules Lego world with an iron fist

The Queen and senior members of the Royal Family have spoken of their ‘delight’ today after an official video showed one-year-old Prince George ruling his Lego kingdom with an authoritarian zeal unseen since the early Stuart period.

Read more >

Posted: Jul 28th, 2014
More from News In Brief



24-hour ceasefire announced in Gaza to celebrate Prince George’s 1st birthday

‘Even though we have lost 600 of our people in 14 days nothing raises the spirits like a royal occasion, if only for a few hours before the slaughter starts again.’

Read more >

Posted: Jul 22nd, 2014
More from News In Brief



Thousands march on Parliament to demand more baby George pictures

The streets on central London today saw one of its largest ever protest marches as activists, unions and ordinary working people demanded more images of the Queen’s great grandson and third in line to the throne crawling, walking and playing with blocks.

Read more >

Posted: Jun 24th, 2014
More from News In Brief