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New Armed Forces Muslim forum launched

The Defence Secretary says he wants more British Muslims to join the Armed Forces.

New Armed Forces Muslim Forum Launched 24.07.14

Arsenal fans join pro-Palestine protest in west London as Middle East conflict intensifies

Arsenal fans joined a pro-Palestine protest in west London today as fighting intensifies in the Middle East.

‘If I lived in #Gaza would I fire a rocket' UK politician roasted for anti-Israel tweet

A British politician has been reported to the police under the terrorism act, after making ‘vile’ comments on Twitter about Israel’s offensive in Gaza.

France to deliver Mistral warship to Russia despite US & UK criticism

France will go ahead with the delivery of the first of two Mistral warships to Russia – despite protests by the US and UK, prompted by Moscow's stance in the Ukrainian crisis. The ship is nearly completed and will be presented in October.

Cameron confirms MH17 black boxes to be sent to London

The MH17 black boxes are on their way to be analysed in London. How can the land of the tabloid and tabloidesque establishment press baying daily for Putin's blood can be regarded as a neutral party in this investigation? Is this part of the cover-up?

UK watchdog warns over police use of Tasers

Britain’s police watchdog has voiced major concerns about the use of Tasers directly to the body of suspects by law enforcement officers who aim to gain compliance.

'British Bulls**t Corporation': Protest in Belfast accuses BBC of 'biased' Gaza coverage

Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the BBC Broadcasting House in Belfast, expressing their concerns over what they see as "biased" reporting by the BBC on the current Israeli military offensive in Gaza.

Israel recruits over 100 British teens to join Gaza war

Over 100 British teens have been signed up to fight “shoulder to shoulder” with Israeli forces in brutal attacks on the Gaza Strip, a human rights group warns.

Cameron warns of more sanctions on Russia

British Prime Minister David Cameron has raised the prospect of fresh European sanctions against Russia following the crash of a Malaysian plane in east Ukraine.

Gaza: Cabinet Office In London Occupied

Protesters occupy Cabinet Office demanding that British Gov stop selling arms to Israel

Gaza: Cabinet Office in London occupied

‘Right to privacy breached’: Rights group vows to take UK govt to court over DRIP law

Emergency legislation on data retention and investigatory powers rushed through the UK parliament breach the right to privacy enshrined in human rights law, claim activists pursuing court action against the British government.

Israel accused of war crimes in UK Parliament

Highlights from a UK parliamentary debate in which MPs variously accused Israel of war crimes, disproportionate violence, ruining peace negotiations by building illegal settlements, running the worlds largest outdoor prison, collective punishment, and attacking water supplies, hospitals, supply centres and all manner of other civilian targets. 

Israel accused of war crimes (UK Parliament)

UK policy of supporting Syrian rebels against Bashar al-Assad 'stupid'

Britain's policy towards Syria has been "stupid" and it should apologise for supporting rebels who are fighting to overthrow president Bashar al-Assad, and work with him to combat terrorism, the country's deputy foreign minister, Faisal Mekdad, has said. Mekdad told the Guardian that it was up to David Cameron to stop Britons coming to fight in Syria – an increasing preoccupation for UK authorities in recent months. "We regret that British people are coming here to be killed and to kill Syrians," he said. "But we believe it is the responsibility of the British government to stop such an onslaught."

Hundreds of anti-Israeli demonstrators bring London traffic to a standstill

Hundreds of anti-Israeli demonstrators brought traffic to a standstill in London today after turning out in their droves to call for an end to military strikes on Gaza.

UK Moves to Legalize Mass Surveillance

New bill would reinstate controversial law struck down for invading privacy of citizens.

At least 40 UK politicians complicit in alleged Westminster 'pedophile ring'

A whistleblower who kicked off UK police pedophile probe Operation Fernbridge believes as many as 40 British MPs and peers were involved in or turned a blind eye to child abuse.

NatWest apologises after manager didn't hang up phone properly and left three-minute voicemail mocking customer

NatWest has apologised after a business manager accidentally left a three-minute message on a customer's answerphone, mocking his financial situation and calling him a 'k**b'.

UK Column expose ATVOD, part of the UK's Ministry of Truth

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson discuss the attempted ATVOD regulation/censorship of the UK Column video channel in a non-television-like way.  ATVOD is the UK's Authority for Television on Demand, a part of the UK's Ministry of Truth, OFCOM (Office of Communications).

Not The UK Column News - ATVOD Exposed

West to meddle in Iraq-ISIS conflict sooner or later

Iraqi army air strikes reportedly killed at least 32 people in the strategically important town of Baiji. That's where government forces are trying to fend off militant attacks on the country's largest oil refinery.The Islamist group ISIS had earlier claimed it had captured the facility. British MP Jeremy Corbyn thinks it's Western meddling that's driven Iraq to the edge.

'West to meddle in Iraq-ISIS conflict sooner or later'

BBC and press ignore massive demonstration against austerity in London

It seems the BBC are capable of tracking down a single Scot in Brazil who cheered a goal against England but fail to notice 50,000 demonstrating on their doorstep.

Britain's Cameron seeks to delay decision over new EC President

In a sign of further diplomatic wrangling and touches of desperation, British PM David Cameron is attempting to push back any decision on the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission President.

They Belong in Prison, Not on TV

Never mind the fact that the perpetrators of this enormous fraud, this smash-and-grab robbery, this looting of the Treasury, this act of first-degree murder on a massive scale, all walked away scot-free to pursue new careers and live lives of comfort. Amazingly enough, that's not the worst part.

The worst part is that they're all on my television again, trying to blame President Obama for the circumstances created by their own feckless, murderous decisions.

Campaigners call for BBC strike coverage apology

Campaigners are calling on the BBC to apologise for deliberately faking the events at Orgreave to make it look as though the striking miners attacked the police, when it was actually the other way round.

"I told you so" says Galloway as Cameron warns of UK terror threat

British politician George Galloway has condemned Prime Minister David Cameron after the PM said Britain was facing a terrorist threat following the explosion of violence in Syria, Iraq and Iran. He said he had warned the PM of this and said it was an accident waiting to happen.

UK scrambles jets to intercept Russian planes in intl airspace over Baltic

Typhoon fighter jets from the UK’s Royal Air Force (RAF) were launched to intercept a number of Russian aircraft which were carrying out a routine training mission, as part of NATO’s ongoing mission to police Baltic airspace.

Militants in Iraq, Syria 'plan to attack Britain': PM

Prime Minister David Cameron warned Wednesday that militants making advances in Iraq and fighting in Syria were also planning to attack Britain.

State spies can snoop on Britons' use of Google, Facebook and Twitter: GCHQ monitors citizens' use of sites without a warrant

GCHQ is allowed to spy on British citizens’ use of Facebook, Google and Twitter without an individual warrant because the firms are based overseas, it emerged last night.

Iraq crisis: Sunni caliphate has been bankrolled by Saudi Arabia

From Aleppo in northern Syria almost to the Iraqi-Iranian border, the jihadists of Isis and sundry other groupuscules paid by the Saudi Wahhabis – and by Kuwaiti oligarchs – now rule thousands of square miles.

Robert Fisk: Now we see how Blair's doctrine turns enemies into ‘allies’

How do they get away with these lies? Now Tony Blair tells us that Western “inaction” in Syria has produced the Iraq crisis. But since bombing Syria would have brought to power in Damascus the very Islamists who are now threatening Baghdad, it must therefore be a mercy that Barack Obama does not listen to the likes of Blair.

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