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UK jets launch first attacks against ISIS in Iraq

Tornado bombers from Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) have carried out their first attacks against the Islamic State in Iraq, according to the Ministry of Defense (MoD).

Renowned Scottish Painter to Return Queen’s Honor Over Britain’s Airstrikes Against IS

One of Scotland's most well-known painters, Peter Howson, who was the British Government's "official war artist" during the 1993 Bosnian Civil War, is to hand back an honor he received from the Queen in protest at Britain's airstrikes against the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq and England's opposition to Scottish independence.

George Galloway's Statement in UK Parliament on ISIS airstrikes

George Galloway's statement during a special parliamentary session to decide whether or not to join U.S. led air strikes on Islamic State militants in Iraq.

George Galloway's Statement in UK Parliament on Isis airstrikes

As the UK prepares for another war in Iraq, is its strategy any more coherent than in 2003?

Britain is set to join the air campaign against Isis in Iraq, but, going by David Cameron’s speech to the UN General Assembly, the Government has no more idea of what it is getting into in this war than Tony Blair did in 2003.

Loose lips - Former Mossad agent tells the truth about London bombings?

Did security expert and former Mossad agent Juval Aviv let the truth about the identity of perpetrators of the London bombings slip during this interview with Fox News (at 2:05).

A slip of the tongue by a former mossad agent about the london bombings

UK: Parents attack Sussex pilot scheme to test students for STDs during lessons

British schools should consider offering students STD tests during lessons as a blanket national policy, public health experts claim. A recent scheme to offer students such tests in Sussex has roused sharp criticism from parents, however.

Pro-Union demonstrators give the Nazi salute at 'Yes' voters in Glasgow face off

Supporters of the No Campaign making Nazi salutes during a standoff between supporters of opposing sites in the runup to the independence referendum.

Scotland: Unionists Nazi salute at 'Yes' voters in Glasgow face off

Yes campaign gains new momentum among Scots

Some 11,000 new membership requests have been submitted to the pro-independence Scottish National Party (SNP) in the 75 hours following the referendum, which kept Scotland under the authority of the United Kingdom.

Salmond warns Scotland could declare independence without a referendum after accusing Westminster of 'tricking' voters

Defeated SNP leader Alex Salmond this morning accused Westminster of ‘tricking’ Scottish voters into rejecting separation - and suggested the country could declare independence without a referendum.

Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down

The signs, which have "Women should please walk along this side of the road only" written in both Yiddish and English, were spotted along Stamford Hill in Hackney.

Vote Fraud in Scottish Referendum?

In Glasgow, “Police are investigating ten cases of electoral fraud.”

Voters turned up at polling stations to find that people had already voted using their names.

Police officers have removed the ballot papers concerned.

The papers were from 10 different boxes across Glasgow, and not concentrated in one area.

Staying together

Why did Scotland’s referendum fail? Would the establishment ever allow an independent Scotland? Is this the last time we will see a vote for independence in Scotland? Was the result of the referendum considered a success for the Scottish? Did this referendum pave the way for others – for example Catalonia?

CrossTalk on #Indyref: Staying Together

Russian observers suspect 'special' voting technologies employed in Scotland

Russian observers have suspicions over the "special" voting technologies used during the Scottish independence referendum and expect the announcement of results that will either confirm or disprove their suspicions.

Scotland independence referendum: with no exit poll isn’t there a democratic deficit?

Exit polls are the best form of voting-related data we can ever get our hands on. They’re collected by large numbers of researchers standing outside polling stations and asking tens of thousands of people how they voted – as well as collecting a little demographic information, such as age, gender, race or social class.

Electoral fraud in Scottish independence referendum

A few examples of blatant fraud that have been making their way around the net. And the UK's political establishment have the nerve to criticise the Crimean referendum as "illegal", when international observers declared it fraud free! 

Scottish Independence Referendum Fraud

Police Probe Glasgow Voter Fraud Allegations

Police are investigating allegations of voter fraud in the Scottish referendum in Glasgow, election officials have confirmed.

No divorce: Scots vote in referendum to remain in UK

Scots have voted to stay in the UK, following an intense campaign which saw both pro-independence and pro-union campaign groups scraping for last-minute support. The ‘No’ campaign rallied 55 percent of votes against 45 percent ‘Yes’ votes.

US says it wants to see UK ‘united’ as Scots set to vote on independence

The White House says the US wants to see the United Kingdom “remain strong, robust, united” ahead of Thursday's referendum on Scottish independence, tacitly opposing the separation of Scotland from the UK.

ISIS Beheadings on Cue from Washington and London?

Once again, what we are seeing is a variation of “humanitarian pretext” to pave the way for the covert, ulterior agenda of Western-orchestrated regime change in foreign countries. That ploy was used previously by NATO forces in former Yugoslavia at the end of the 1990s and more recently in Libya during 2011.

Stop playing wargames in Ukraine - Nigel Farage

Amongst the long list of foreign policy failures and contradictions in the last few years including, of course, the bombing of Libya, the desire to arm the rebels in Syria, has been the unnecessary provocation of Vladimir Putin.

Stop playing wargames in Ukraine - @Nigel_Farage

ISIS ‘targeted Scot to force a Yes vote in referendum’

A leading intelligence expert fears Islamic extremists are deliberately threatening to behead a Scots aid worker to break up the UK.

UK, Germany reject joint strikes against ISIL in Syria

Some US allies, including the United Kingdom and Germany, have refused to join Washington's planned military campaign against ISIL terrorists in war-ravaged Syria.

French favour booting Brits from EU: Poll

A new poll says a majority of French people believe Britain should be booted out of the European Union, rather than have its concerns taken into account by Brussels. It's a question sparked by a possible referendum on Britain's membership in the EU.

Betting Bonanza: Punters put cash on Scottish referendum result

Passions are running high in Scotland, with less than two weeks before an independence referendum. For the first time, those who want to wave goodbye to London appear to be in the lead, but a recent poll shows there's just a one percent gap. And with the outcome on a knife-edge, it's the bookmakers who cashing in.

Betting Bonanza: Punters put cash on Scottish referendum result

BBC playing dirty tricks against Iran by spreading disinformation

The British Broadcasting Corporation is up to its old dirty tricks again, spreading government disinformation in an attempt to make trouble for Iran.

Guards may line UK-Scotland border: Ed Miliband

British Labour party leader Ed Miliband says guards may be ordered to line the 95-mile English-Scottish border if the majority of Scottish people voted for independence in an upcoming referendum.

Scottish independence campaign leads poll for first time

A new opinion poll published Sunday put Scotland's pro-independence camp ahead for the first time in the campaign, just 11 days before a referendum on splitting from Britain.

The West Paves The Road To War With Lies — Paul Craig Roberts

Official statements from the Russian government indicate that the president and foreign minister continue to rely on the good will of “our Western partners” to work out a reasonable diplomatic solution to the trouble in Ukraine caused by Washington. Not only is there no evidence of this good will in Western capitals, the hostile measures against Russia are increasing. Moreover, hostile measures are on the rise even though their main effect is to disadvantage Europe.

France, UK going mad over Syria

As horrors of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) go viral, reactions in Paris and London show a kind of self-inflicted confusion when leaders try to relate to the crisis.

UK says Syria strikes possible without Assad invite

Strikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) inside Syria could be launched without an invitation from the Syrian government, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday, raising one of the first justifications for foreign military action in Syria without the government's consent, Al Arabiya reported.

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