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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Grenfell Tower was engulfed by fire this morning

Grenfell Tower: Conspiracy theorists blasted for saying Ladbroke Grove tragedy proves 9/11 was an 'inside job'

9/11 'truthers' blasted for saying Grenfell Tower proves conspiracy theories

'Truthers' have been out in force this morning, and they've been well and truly put in their place

Grenfell Tower eyewitness says people were screaming from the building for hours, whilst others jumped out

Grenfell Tower eyewitness: 'I saw someone hang their kid out of the window as others jumped out'

Eyewitness: 'I saw someone hang their kid out of the window'

Joe Walsh saw a women throw her child out of a window, but he is not sure if anyone was able to catch the child

Grenfell Tower: eyewitness accounts from talkRADIO reporter at the scene

Grenfell Tower: eyewitness accounts from talkRADIO reporter at the scene

Grenfell Tower: eyewitness accounts from talkRADIO reporter at the scene

Alex Dibble was reporting live from the scene of the fire for a number of hours

Nicola Sturgeon slams speculation about election impact on second independence referendum as nonsense

Nicola Sturgeon slams speculation about second independence referendum as nonsense

Nicola Sturgeon slams speculation about second independence referendum

Nicola Sturgeon has said her decisions will be made based on the interests of Scotland and not just the interests of the SNP

Investigators claim US airstrikes on Islamic State have resulting in 'staggering' civilian deaths

US airstrikes on Isis have caused 'staggering' number of civilian deaths, say investigators

US airstrikes on Isis have caused 'staggering' number of civilian deaths

War crime detectives in the US claimed American strikes on Raqqa have been devastating to civilians

Trains collide in Italy leaving 16 injured

Trains collide in Italy leaving 16 injured

Trains collide in Italy leaving 16 injured

Initial investigations suggest the rash happened due to human error, as one driver didn't respect a red light

Grenfell Tower: Piers Morgan leads Twitter tributes to London Fire Brigade as work continues to extinguish blaze

Grenfell Tower: Piers Morgan leads Twitter tributes to London Fire Brigade as work continues to extinguish blaze

Grenfell Tower: Piers Morgan leads Twitter tributes to London Fire Brigade

The authorities have been working to extinguish the flames since the fire erupted early this morning

Woman asked friend to hide gun at home and seemingly joked about children finding it

Woman asked friend to hide loaded gun at home and 'joked' about children finding it

Woman asked friend to hide gun at home and 'joked' about children finding it

Shyan Wright used WhatsApp to ask a friend to hide a loaded firearm in her house along with a bag of bullets

Grenfell Tower: 'Questions were raised and we were assured it was safe', says Councillor Robert Atkinson

Grenfell Tower: 'Questions were raised and we were assured it was safe', says Councillor Robert Atkinson

'Questions were raised and we were assured Grenfell Tower was safe'

Councillor Robert Atkinson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the blaze which engulfed the tower in the early hours of Wednesday morning

Man 'with neo-Nazi links' admits driving into Iraqi demonstrations in Sweden

'Neo-Nazi' admits ploughing vehicle into Iraqi demonstration in Sweden

'Neo-Nazi' admits ploughing vehicle into Iraqi demonstration in Sweden

The demonstrations were taking place outside the Migration Agency in protest against stricter asylum rules

Diane Abbott says type 2 diabetes was the reason she took break from election campaigning

Diane Abbott reveals she is suffering from type 2 diabetes

Diane Abbott reveals she is suffering from type 2 diabetes

Diane Abbott has said she hadn't eaten enough food when publicly appearing in the election campaign and that had affected her blood sugar levels

Grenfell Tower: London Fire Commissioner confirms fatalities in 'unprecedented' apartment block fire

Grenfell Tower: 79 people missing or presumed to have died

Grenfell Tower: 79 people missing or presumed to have died

Dany Cotton called the incident 'unprecedented' when making a statement to journalists

Grenfell Tower: Local residents sent several safety warnings to local council

Grenfell Tower: Local residents sent several safety warnings to local council

Local residents sent several safety warnings to local council

Grenfell Action Group also claims 2012 fire risk assessment revealed some equipment was condemned

Witness tells harrowing account of Grenfell Tower fire

Witness tells harrowing account of Grenfell Tower fire

'Police were telling us there was no way out for them'

Yasmin, who lives close to the tower block and has family who lived there, spoke to Paul Ross about the fire

Authorities continue to battle flames on Grenfell Tower as witnesses report people remain trapped

Grenfell Tower: Witnesses heard people shouting 'say a prayer and jump out'

Grenfell Tower: Witnesses heard people shouting 'say a prayer and jump out'

Witnesses report there are some residents who remain trapped in the building as the fire continues to rage

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn gets standing ovation and mocks Theresa May on return to Parliament

Jeremy Corbyn gets standing ovation and mocks Theresa May on return to Parliament

Jeremy Corbyn gets standing ovation and mocks Theresa May on Parliament return

The first Parliament sitting of the House of Commons since the general election has taken place

'It's not grim being young today and previous generations didn't walk on a pavement of gold'

Abi Wilkinson: 'The idea that Corbyn bribed people with tuition fees is mad'

Abi Wilkinson: 'The idea that Corbyn bribed people with tuition fees is mad'

Co-editor of post-feminist website The Conservative Woman Laura Perrins says the idea that young people have it tough needs to be challenged

BREAKING Jailed US student Otto Warmbier released by North Korea

Jailed US student Otto Warmbier released by North Korea

Jailed US student Otto Warmbier released by North Korea

Warmbier was condemned to 15 years' hard labour in 2015 for stealing hotel sign

Syrian Army liberates oil field as Raqqa offensive on Isis begins in earnest

Syrian Army liberates key oil field as Raqqa offensive against Isis begins

Syrian Army liberates key oil field as Raqqa offensive against Isis begins

Government forces launched the assault late on Monday, which is widely seen as the end game in the fight against Islamic State

Salma Hayek was invited out by Donald Trump and rejected him

Salma Hayek was invited out by Donald Trump and rejected him

Salma Hayek was invited out by Donald Trump and rejected him

The actress made the admission on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Sir David Attenborough, watch your back - Snoop Dogg narrates Planet Earth on Jimmy Kimmel show

Sir David Attenborough, watch your back - Snoop Dogg narrates Planet Earth on Jimmy Kimmel show

Snoop Dogg narrates Planet Earth on Jimmy Kimmel show

Sir David Attenborough, better watch your back - this man ain't afraid to come for your job

US appeals court upholds decision to block Donald Trump's travel ban

US appeals court upholds decision to block Donald Trump's travel ban

US appeals court upholds decision to block Donald Trump's travel ban

The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the executive order was discriminatory and the President was overstepping his authority

Refugee imprisoned following conviction of fire attack on homeless man in Berlin

Refugee who set homeless man on fire jailed in Germany

Refugee who set homeless man on fire jailed in Germany

The 21-year-old was handed a sentence of two and a half years for setting the man's headrest on fire in a subway station

McDonald's to introduce knives and forks for customers in France

McDonald's to introduce knives and forks for customers in France

McDonald's to introduce knives and forks for customers in France

Those who buy burgers from the chain's Signature range will be given knives and forks to eat their meal in a bid to keep up with competition

One arrested after van driven into several vehicles as part of suspected attempted murder in Sweden

Stockholm: One arrested after man drives van into crowd of vehicles

Stockholm: One arrested after man drives van into crowd of vehicles

One person was injured in the incident but the extent of their injuries is not yet known

Bradley James Anderson was arrested last Friday

Man charged with possession and intent to supply spice in Manchester

Man charged with possession and intent to supply spice in Manchester

Bradley James Anderson, of no fixed address, was arrested on Friday

China 'willing to mediate talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan' to improve relations

China 'willing to mediate talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan' to improve relations

China 'willing to mediate talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan'

A statement given by Afghan President Ashram Ghani says peace with Pakistan is his demand and it must be solved between the governments

The Great Get Together - people are coming together to mark one-year anniversary of Jo Cox's tragic death

The Great Get Together - Britons come together to mark one-year anniversary of Jo Cox death

Britons come together to mark one-year anniversary of Jo Cox death

The MP for Batley and Spen was killed by Thomas Mair almost a year ago - and her widower is organising an event to mark the occasion

Norway proposes ban on full-face veil and face coverings in schools

Norway proposes ban on full-face veil and face coverings in schools

Norway proposes ban on full-face veil and face coverings in schools

Norway claims full-face veils hinder communication between students and teachers

'Burglar broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

Burglar 'broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

Burglar 'broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

The homeowner pulled the covers off the alleged burglar and found him sleeping in dirty clothes

Ronaldo is one of the most famous footballers in the world

Cristiano Ronaldo accused of defrauding Spanish finance ministry of 14.7 million euros

Cristiano Ronaldo accused of defrauding Spanish government of 14.7 million euros

Provincial prosecutor's office files lawsuit against former Manchester United star

'If British politicians acted like the DUP they would be hung, drawn and quartered', says former Labour advisor

'If London politicians acted like the DUP they'd be hung, drawn and quartered', says former Labour advisor

'If London politicians acted like the DUP they'd be hung, drawn and quartered'

Political commentator Kevin Meagher tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that DUP leader Arlene Foster would already have been long gone if she was in British politics

35 people die after landslides caused by monsoon rain in Bangladesh

35 people die after landslides caused by monsoon rain in Bangladesh

35 people die after landslides caused by monsoon rain in Bangladesh

The country is dealing with the monsoon season, which began two weeks after being hit by a tropical cyclone

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

A 12-year-old boy was decapitated as he was taking selfies on railway tracks with his brother, his head was lodged between two train carriages

1922 Committee: 'Theresa May gave first-rate performance' says Secretary Bob Blackman MP

1922 Committee: 'Theresa May gave us a first-rate performance' says secretary Bob Blackman

'Theresa May gave us a first-rate performance' says 1922 Committee secretary

The MP for Harrow East spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Prime Minister's meeting with the committee

'Israel informed US about Daesh plans to use laptops as bombs on flights'

US electronics ban was prompted by Israeli tip-off about Isis laptop bombs

US electronics ban was prompted by Israeli tip-off about Isis laptop bombs

Anonymous US officials claim that during an Israeli operation in Syria, it was found that extremists were planning and creating laptop battery bombs

Charlie Gard's parents to discover result of European Court of Human Rights appeal

Charlie Gard to remain on life support for six more days

Charlie Gard to remain on life support for six more days

Connie Yates and Chris Gard have been fighting to take their son - who has brain damage and a genetic condition - to the US for an experimental treatment

Company tells staff who voted Labour they will be made redundant first

Company told Labour-voting staff 'you'll be laid off first if Corbyn becomes PM'

Company told Labour-voting staff 'you'll be laid off first if Corbyn becomes PM'

An email sent to staff at Storm Technologies Ltd told them to vote for the Conservatives but the firm later said this was 'internal banter'

Theresa May and Arlene Foster to meet in Downing Street to discuss vital deal to support Government

Theresa May and Arlene Foster meet in Downing Street to discuss vital deal to support Government

Theresa May and Arlene Foster discuss vital deal to support Government

The Prime Minister is reportedly seeking a confidence and supply arrangement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) following the hung Parliament election

George Galloway: 'Jeremy Corbyn turned out to be the greatest campaign Labour has ever had in a general election'

George Galloway: 'Jeremy Corbyn is the greatest election campaigner Labour has ever had'

'Jeremy Corbyn is the greatest election campaigner Labour has ever had'

George Galloway spoke to Paul Ross about the Labour leader and the fallout of the general election

Five contenders to be Conservative Party leader if Theresa May quits

Five contenders to be Conservative Party leader if Theresa May quits

In the unlikely event Theresa May resigns, who could lead the party in these uncertain times?

Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

Theresa May's planned deal with the DUP has been ridiculed by Shaun Woodward

Theresa May's DUP deal will put lives at risk, says former Northern Ireland secretary

May's DUP deal will put lives at risk, says former Northern Ireland secretary

Shaun Woodward said proposed deal also breaches terms of Good Friday Agreement

Amber Rose bore all over the weekend - and sparked predictable outrage

Dear Amber Rose: don't insult feminists' intelligence with naked self-promotion

Dear Amber Rose: don't insult feminists' intelligence with naked self-promotion

Amber Rose belittles all of us by showing off her lady garden on Twitter

'The Tories will only discuss the economy and Brexit with the DUP', says MP Andrew Rosindell

Theresa May crisis: DUP gay marriage views are irrelevant, says Tory MP

DUP gay marriage views are irrelevant, says Tory MP

MP Andrew Rosindell tells Sam Delaney fears over the moral views of the DUP are a red herring as it's nothing to do with stabilising our government

'Theresa May should call another general election as she's robbed herself of any respect she had', says Harriet Harman

'Theresa May has robbed herself of any respect she had', says Harriet Harman

'Theresa May has robbed herself of any respect she had', says Harriet Harman

Former deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman tells Sam Delaney Theresa May's election campaign was textbook in how not to do it

French football fans urged to sing God Save The Queen in tribute to terror attack victims

French football fans urged to sing God Save The Queen in tribute to terror attack victims

French football fans to sing God Save The Queen in tribute to terror attacks

England will play a friendly against France and the words to God Save The Queen will be on big screens, according to a French Football Federation source

'Jeremy Corbyn is an odious, terrorist, jihadist sympathiser', says UKIP candidate Keith Fraser

'Jeremy Corbyn is an odious, terrorist, jihadist sympathiser', says UKIP candidate Keith Fraser

'Jeremy Corbyn is an odious, jihadist sympathiser', says UKIP candidate

UKIP candidate Keith Fraser mouthed the words 'terrorist sympathiser' behind Jeremy Corbyn as general election results were announced

Muslims teach Jonny Gould the true meaning of Jihad and Caliphate in Islam

Muslims teach Jonny Gould the true meaning of 'Jihad' and 'Caliphate' in amazing interview

Muslims teach Jonny Gould the true meaning of 'Jihad' and 'Caliphate'

Farooq Aftab and Ibrahim Ikhlaf from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK came in to speak to Jonny Gould about the true meaning of several words which have been warped in recent years

Theresa May to reportedly delay Queen's Speech to continue DUP talks

Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

The BBC is reporting the State Opening of Parliament has been pushed back as the Conservatives speak with the DUP about support for their party

The authorities are making progress in their attempts to curb terrorists in the dark web (stock photo)

Terror in the dark web: How authorities are hunting militants in the depths of cyberspace

How authorities are hunting terrorists in the dark web

Cyber-security expert Alex Holden talks us through the battle unfolding below the surface-level internet

Minority Governments - why history doesn't reflect well on Theresa May's chances

Minority Governments: History suggests Theresa May will be toppled (and quickly)

History suggests Theresa May will be toppled (and quickly)

A hung Parliament result of the election has result in Theresa May appearing to decide to form a minority government with DUP backing

Woman in custody after man pushed in front of moving tram in Manchester dies

Woman in custody after man pushed in front of moving tram in Manchester dies

Woman in custody after man pushed in front of moving tram in Manchester dies

A 31-year-old woman has been taken into custody after being arrested on suspicion of murder

Alexei Navalny reportedly arrested again after he urges people to join protest

Putin critic Alexei Navalny arrested again on his way to protest

Putin critic Alexei Navalny arrested again on his way to protest

A live stream set up by the lawyer and political activist went dark, but the sound stayed live, supposedly detailing the moment he was arrested

The Louvre in Paris evacuated

The Louvre in Paris opened again after brief evacuation

The Louvre in Paris opened again after brief evacuation

The famous museum had been emptied of people, the reason for which is not clear

First Lady Melania Trump and her son move to the White House to join Donald Trump

First Lady Melania Trump and her son move to White House to join Donald Trump

Melania Trump and her son move to White House to join Donald

Melania and Barron Trump had been living in New York whilst the 11-year-old finished his school year at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School

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