YourNewsUKtv Two Years Old

YourNewsUKtv

YNUKtv celebrates two years of broadcasting on 6 May 2013! The HD channel offers an outlet for the community and its news across the UK. It has 470 videos of news, sport and entertainment, that connects with the people and tells a story of their own.

Winners of Young Women Speak Out Competition

Palace of Westminster place of power

A young woman from St Andrews, a teenager from Bristol win nationwide competition on women and politics. Run by the National Council of Women, they get up close to the govt to tell them how to improve women’s lives. Catch what they say in the video

Grantham Home Town of Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher - Lady not for turning

The funeral of ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher took place on April 17. She died after a stroke aged 87. She recently made headlines when the film ‘The Iron Lady’ starring Meryl Streep was released. This revived interest in her home town of Grantham. YNUKtv went to check out her status there

Library Services Face Extinction

Library Services - new action planned

Future of Library Services continue to be threatened as events on National Library Day take place to help save the service. At a recent libraries conference in London campaigners were told to expect extinction or severe reduction during 2013

Poverty Among Kids Worsening In UK Say Charities

UK Kids In Poverty-miss out on meals

Children living in poverty in Britain is worsening. “Social Apartheid” is being blamed. Save The Children says its a reality with millions going hungry. Watch the video as it visits some of the poorest families in Britain.

Margaret Thatcher ‘Death’ Party

Margaret Thatcher Death Party - made for fun

Within hours of her death anti-Thatcher protesters were celebrating in Trafalgar Square. The party mood spread through the crowd as they drank champagne, danced and sang they were glad she was dead.

UAF Teachers v BNP In Mayoral Elections

united protest

A crowd of anti-fascist protesters urged Londoners not to vote for the BNP in the Mayoral Elections May 3.

Deeper Cuts

Protest outside Parliament

‘Deeper cuts’ brought a crowd of more than 300 people outside Westminster sending a message to the nation: No to Debt and No to Bailouts.

Church Wedding for Gays?

Gays for church weddings

MPs In the Commons have voted 400 to 175 in favour of the Bill that will legalise gay marriages. David Cameron supported the initiative but many were against it. The gay community believes it is time for them to be able to take their vows in church

Progressive Women

Progressive Women for and against

Progressive women expected to play important role on May 5 the day the nation could change the voting system. AV is one of the most important political issues currently debated in the UK.