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Farage claims ‘direct link between immigration & terrorism,’ despite evidence to contrary

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has blamed immigration and free movement in the European Union for the recent spate of terrorist attacks, just hours after the fatal Barcelona assault on Thursday. UN research, however, warns against imposing controls. Speaking to Fox News on Thursday evening, Farage claimed the attacks are ...

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Better-armored vehicles in Iraq could have saved lives, Fallon tells dead soldier’s mother

Published time: 18 Aug, 2017 11:38 Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has apologized to the mother of a British soldier who was killed by a roadside bomb while traveling in a lightly-protected Snatch Land Rover. Read more Last year, the Chilcot Inquiry found a string of Ministry of Defence (MoD) failings ...

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‘Shameful’ Theresa May rejects 9/11 survivors’ appeal to release Saudi Arabia terrorism report

Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected an appeal by survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to publish a report into the role of Saudi Arabia in funding Islamic extremism in Britain. Read more In July, the government announced that the Home Office report, which was commissioned by former Prime Minister ...

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Facial recognition tech turns people into ‘waking ID cards,’ warn privacy activists

Police force use of facial recognition technology in public spaces risks turning people into “walking ID cards,” a civil rights group has told RT. Campaign director at Privacy International, Harmit Kambo, said the technology, which scans people’s faces against a mass database of facial profiles, risks labeling innocent people as ...

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Corbyn’s handling of ‘Pakistani grooming’ scandal compared to Trump’s Charlottesville response

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been compared to US President Donald Trump for his response to shadow minister Sarah Champion’s resignation. The former shadow women and equalities minister was reportedly forced to resign on Wednesday after widespread criticism of a tabloid column she wrote claiming: “Britain has a problem with ...

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Terrorist threat pushes British cities well down global livability rankings

The rising threat of terrorism has pushed down a number of British cities in the annual ranking of the world’s most desirable and attractive places. A recent report by the Economist’s Intelligence Unit revealed that the growing security concerns are behind the decreasing popularity of the UK’s largest cities as ...

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Chloe Ayling: Brother of topless model’s alleged kidnapper to fight Italy extradition

The brother of the chief suspect in the alleged kidnapping of British glamor model Chloe Ayling will fight an extradition order to Italy. Read more Ayling, 20, says she was drugged, gagged, handcuffed and dumped in the trunk of a car by a gang called ‘Black Death,’ who tried to ...

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Malala Yousafzai accepts place at Oxford University 5yrs after Taliban shooting

Published time: 17 Aug, 2017 13:40 Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani-born Nobel Prize-winning activist who narrowly avoided death after being shot by the Taliban, has gained a place at Oxford University. The 20-year-old says she has been accepted to study philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) after receiving her A-level results on ...

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Hindu & Jew wed in UK’s first-ever lesbian interfaith marriage

A Hindu and a Jew tied the knot on Saturday in Britain’s first-ever lesbian interfaith marriage. Read more Bearing traditional red-and-white bridal garments, Kalavati Mistry, from Leicester, and Miriam Jefferson, who is from Texas, wedded at the Chutney Ivy restaurant in Leicester city center over the weekend in front of ...

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‘Appallingly bad’ F-35 fighter jets to cost taxpayers even more as pound falls

The price tag attached to Britain’s next generation F-35 fighter jets is expected to rise dramatically. The controversial aircraft is in urgent need of an upgrade at a time when the British pound continues to fall in value. The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) will pay around £80 million ($103 ...

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