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Ordinary working families forced into “Dickensian” homes by greedy landlords & Tory failings

Ordinary working families are facing homelessness in Britain as private landlords send rent soaring, all while the UK is mired in a council-house building crisis, the country’s local government ombudsman revealed this week. Read more A stark warning has come from the ombudsman, Michael King, who claims nurses, drivers and even council staff are facing destitution, while families are likely ...

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Brexit or die: 11 Tory rebels threatened with death or deselection after turncoat vote

The 11 brexiteer rebels who caused Wednesday’s night parliamentary mutiny are facing deselection after this week’s scandalous vote. Some have also revealed that they have been receiving facing death threats. The 11 former Remainers defied their party to vote in favor of former attorney general Dominic Grieve’s amendment, which calls for MPs to be given a vote on the final ...

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Rape trial of student collapses because police withheld sex texts

Published time: 15 Dec, 2017 09:10 A rape trial judge has called for an urgent inquiry after it was revealed police failings led to the collapse of a case. Evidence which could have potentially cleared the name of Liam Allan, 22, was not handed over to Croydon Crown Court, despite Allan being on bail for almost two years. On Thursday, ...

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Argentine submarine ‘chased by British helicopter’ before disappearing

An Argentine submarine that went missing with its 44 sailors in November had been chased by a British helicopter before its disappearance, it has been claimed. The sister of one of the sailors said this was her brother’s final message. Jesica Medina said she got a message from her brother Roberto Daniel just days before the vessel vanished on November ...

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Bus driver admits he hit accelerator & catapulted pedestrian 45ft in air (VIDEO)

A bus driver who was seen in viral video footage sending a man flying 45 feet after accidentally hitting the accelerator rather than the brake has admitted dangerous driving. The shocking footage revealed the moment Cheikh Senghor, 40, of Wallingford, Oxfordshire, smashed his double-decker bus into Simon Smith, a lorry driver. [embedded content] Smith is then seen landing on the ...

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Britain & Japan will turn up the heat on North Korea… through China, says Boris Johnson

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 17:48 What’s the best way to handle a volatile dictator? With yet more economic pressure, according to Boris Johnson. Japan and the UK said on Wednesday they will turn up the heat to teach Kim Jong-un how to behave – by getting China on side. In a joint press conference in London with Japanese Foreign ...

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Twitter reveals just 6 tweets posted from Russia to ‘influence’ Brexit vote… all from RT

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 18:16 Twitter has found minimal “involvement” of Russian advertising during the EU referendum period – just six tweets, all sent by RT. Half of those were actually sent after the ballots were cast and all of them were promos. In a submission on “Russian misinformation operations during the EU referendum” sent to the UK government on ...

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PM creeping into Grenfell service via back door is an insult, survivor tells RT

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 17:13 UK Prime Minister Theresa May attended Thursday’s memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, which marked six months since the Grenfell Tower fire. Rather than make a grand entrance, however, the PM crept in through the back door. Grenfell survivors were not impressed. Survivors and bereaved families were joined at the service by ...

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Will Britain get its share of EU’s 42,000 bottles of wine & £13mn artwork after Brexit?

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 15:57 Britain must get its fair share of the EU’s 42,000 bottles of wine and fine art worth £13 million ($ 17.4 million) during Brexit negotiations, Tory Brexiteer Sir Edward Leigh has said. He urged ministers to “promise to take back control” of the collections. British negotiators are expected to demand around 5,000 bottles of ...

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Far-right Britain First leader Paul Golding is arrested

Published time: 14 Dec, 2017 14:42 Britain First leader Paul Golding was arrested and handcuffed in Belfast on Thursday, while accompanying deputy leader Jayda Fransen to court, where she was due to appear over hate speech charges. Police have confirmed that a 35-year-old man had been arrested by detectives investigating speeches at the Northern Ireland Against Terrorism Rally in August. ...

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