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Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

Donald Trump says he thought being President would have been easier than his old life

Donald Trump says he thought being President would have been easier than being a businessman

Donald Trump says he thought being President would have been easier than it is

Donald Trump has said that he misses privacy and feels he has retreated from the limelight because he's under strict security

Donald Tusk warns Britain it must honour EU financial commitments before trade talks begin

Donald Tusk warns Britain it must pay 'divorce bill' before Brexit trade talks can begin

Donald Tusk warns UK must pay 'divorce bill' before Brexit trade talks can begin

The president of the European Council has said that the UK must sort out its history with the EU, before it sorts out its future

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Hours after a man was caught with a bag of knives in Whitehall, police raided homes as part of a terrorism investigation

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Heineken goes up against heavily criticised Pepsi advert with new Worlds Apart campaign

Pepsi, watch and learn: Heineken nails it with new Worlds Apart campaign

Pepsi, watch and learn: Heineken nails it with new Worlds Apart campaign

Heineken's Worlds Apart campaign has been praised for being far more realistic than Pepsi's Kendall Jenner advert

Nuttall has attracted controversy for his statements on Hillsborough

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall confirms he'll stand for election

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall confirms he'll stand for election

Nuttall confirms he'll stand but declines to reveal the seat

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was used on purpose as a Brexit distraction', says political correspondent

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was a deliberate Brexit distraction'

'Boris Johnson's mugwump comment was a deliberate Brexit distraction'

Political correspondent Rupert Myers believes the Conservatives will only use Boris Johnson at the start of their general election campaign

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

Knives have been seen on the ground

Indian doctors treating world's heaviest woman resign in protest over lying allegations

Indian doctors treating world's heaviest woman resign in protest over lying allegations

Doctors treating world's heaviest woman quit in protest over lying allegations

Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty's family say the doctors took credit for helping her achieve a weight loss she supposedly hasn't achieved

London in lockdown again as 'knifeman' arrested near Downing Street

London in lockdown again as 'knifeman' arrested near Downing Street

London in lockdown again as 'knifeman' arrested near Downing Street

Armed police are at the scene

Steps on their new album Tears On The Dancefloor

Steps on their new album Tears On The Dancefloor

Steps on their new album Tears On The Dancefloor

The band stopped by to speak with Johnny Seifert about their comeback album

Former Newcastle United player Sylvain Marveaux 'arrested in tax probe'

Former Newcastle United player Sylvain Marveaux 'arrested in tax probe'

Former Newcastle player Sylvain Marveaux 'arrested in tax probe'

Marveux one of four arrested, according to sources in France

University of Manchester students begin hunger strike in solidarity with Palestinian political prisoners

University of Manchester students begin hunger strike in solidarity with Palestinian political prisoners

University students begin hunger strike in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners

Five students have started a hunger strike as they call on the University of Manchester to stop supporting companies which support the Israeli occupation

Dealer who supplied serial killer Stephen Port with drugs escapes jail sentence

Drug dealer who supplied gay serial killer Stephen Port escapes jail

Drug dealer who supplied gay serial killer Stephen Port escapes jail

23-year-old Gerald Matovu has been handed a year’s community service, 150 hours of unpaid work and 40 days of drug rehab

'The northern white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness', says  Ol Pejeta Conservancy

'The northern white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness', says conservationist

'The white rhino Tinder campaign should raise money as well as awareness'

A male northern white rhino now has a Tinder profile, in a bid to raise money to help the species reproduce

Teenager pleads guilty to plotting bomb attacks on Buckingham Palace and Elton John concert

Teenager Haroon Syed pleads guilty to plotting bomb attacks on Buckingham Palace and Elton John concert

Teen pleads guilty to bomb plots on Buckingham Palace and Elton John show

19-year-old Haroon Syed admitted to plotting to bomb targets in London

Russian warship crashes off coast of Turkey after hitting cargo freighter

Russian warship crashes off coast of Turkey after hitting cargo freighter

Russian warship crashes off coast of Turkey after hitting cargo freighter

Vessel reportedly crashed into cargo ship

BREAKING: Explosion at McDonald's restaurant in France

BREAKING: Explosion at McDonald's restaurant in France

BREAKING: Explosion at McDonald's restaurant in France

Blast thought to have been deliberate

European Parliament claims Marine Le Pen's 'fake jobs' scandal cost '€5 million'

European Parliament claims Marine Le Pen's 'fake jobs' scandal cost €5 million

Marine Le Pen's 'fake jobs' scandal cost €5 million, claims European Parliament

An ongoing probe in whether the former leader of the Front National paid her assistants with parliamentary funds for work completed in France

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to allow public vote on Brexit deal

Green Party co-leader claims it wouldn't be undemocratic to give public a vote on Brexit deal

Green co-leader backs second Brexit vote

Caroline Lucas says people deserve a say on final Brexit deal - but Julia Hartley-Brewer accuses her of lying in her interpretation of what leaving EU really means

EU trade chief says Britain will get post-Brexit free trade deal 'for sure'

EU trade chief says Britain will get post-Brexit free trade deal 'for sure'

European Commissioner for Trade says deal will definitely happen

Far-right MEP's speech at the University of East London is cancelled

Far-right Polish MEP barred from London university 'under anti-terror laws'

Far-right Polish MEP barred from London university 'under anti-terror laws'

Janusz Korwin-Mikke had been due to give a speech organised by the Young British Heritage Society - but the group claims the speech has been cancelled due to anti-terror legislation

'People aren't confident that Donald Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea', says research fellow

'People aren't confident that Donald Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea'

'People aren't confident that Trump has a coherent strategy on North Korea'

Senior research fellow Aidan Foster-Carter tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that after Trump's meeting there are no military options on the table

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with NAFTA in surprising u-turn

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with Nafta in surprising u-turn

Donald Trump to temporarily stick with Nafta in surprising u-turn

One of the President's campaign pledges was to remove the trade agreement

Property expert says he'll run down Oxford street naked if Jeremy Corbyn builds new social housing

Property expert says he'll run down Oxford Street naked if Jeremy Corbyn hits social housing target

Property guru vows to run down street naked if Corbyn hits housing target

Property expert Luke Doonan tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that greed is the reason that Governments haven't built good social housing

Johnson has suggested the money will go to 'our priorities' rather than the NHS

Boris Johnson backpedals on NHS Brexit promise

Boris Johnson backpedals on NHS Brexit promise

Johnson faced a grilling over his promise that Brexit would unlock £350m a week for a health service

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

Zac Goldsmith selected as Tory party election candidate for Richmond Park seat

The former MP resigned from the party after Heathrow Airport was selected for expansion last year

'Islamic radical' wounds two police officers on French island of Reunion

'Islamic radical' wounds two police officers on French island of Reunion

Officers' injuries apparently not life-threatening

Foreign fighters abandon Isis and flee to Turkish border

Foreign fighters abandon Isis and flee to Turkish border

Foreign fighters abandon Isis and flee to Turkish border

At least one US citizen and two British nationals are said to be part of an exodus

Mugwump - Boris Johnson's colourful insult to Jeremy Corbyn defined

Boris Johnson on Jeremy Corbyn: What is a mugwump, and is it actually a bad thing?

What is a mugwump, and is it actually a bad thing?

What does the word mugwump actually mean?

Britain could remain bound to the European Convention on Human Rights until 2022

Britain could remain bound to European human rights law until 2022 - despite Brexit

Britain could remain bound to European human rights until 2022 - despite Brexit

Senior Government officials are claiming the Government plans to abandon its plans to leave the ECHR

Syria: 'Large explosion' hits near Damascus international airport in Syria, claims monitoring group

Syria: 'Large explosion' hits near Damascus international airport, claims monitoring group

'Large explosion' hits near Damascus international airport in Syria

Local media pinpoints the source as an Israeli airstrike

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Victims of torture in Chechnya speak out about their experiences

'Gay torture victims' in Chechnya say many people are being killed in secret prisons

'Gay torture victims' in Chechnya say many people are being killed

Victims allege that several methods of torture are used, including electrocution

Pregnant terror suspect held in custody after allegedly helping husband to conduct UK knife attack

Pregnant terror suspect in custody for 'helping husband prepare UK knife attack'

Pregnant terror suspect in custody for 'helping husband prepare UK knife attack'

A pregnant woman allegedly let her husband use her credit card in order to buy a steel combat knife

'Tim Farron's comments towards gay people matter because discrimination still takes place', says PinkNews

'Tim Farron's comments towards gay people matter because discrimination still takes place', says Pink News reporter

'Farron's comments on gay people matter due to the ordeal gay people still face'

PinkNews reporter Benjamin Butterworth tells James Whale that he finds it odd that Tim Farron took so long to clarify his views on gay people

NUS President Shakira Martin – the underdog who has overcome every challenge in her way

Shakira Martin: The new NUS President who's open to Israel and claims she's more radical than Corbyn

Meet the new NUS President who claims she's even more radical than Corbyn

The single mother from Lewisham has just been elected as the president of the National Union of Students

'Germany could return to authoritarianism if economic conditions worsen', says Nazi leader's son

Nazi leader's son warns Germany could return to Hitler-style authoritarianism if economy tanks

Nazi leader's son warns Germany could return to Hitler-style authoritarianism

The son of Hans Frank, the governor-general of Nazi occupied Poland in World War Two, has spoken out about the current situation in Germany

The man had reportedly been on the run for 11 years

'Wales' most wanted paedophile' arrested in Spain after 11 years on the run

'Wales' most wanted paedophile' arrested in Spain after 11 years on the run

Suspect one of two men arrested by Guardia Civil

Jordan approves draft resolution to stop rapists married to their victims from avoiding prison

Jordan backs law change to stop rapists marrying victims to dodge jail

Jordan backs law change to stop rapists marrying victims to dodge jail

Rapists who stay married to their victim for at least three years avoid punishment under current legislation

'Theresa May's Government is as strong and stable as the San Andreas Fault' - Twitter blasts Theresa May over last PMQs performance before election

'Theresa May's Government is as strong and stable as the San Andreas Fault' - Twitter blasts Prime Minister over PMQs

Theresa May mocked in last PMQs performance before election

The Prime Minister faced off against Jeremy Corbyn one last time before the general election in June

Mother used fake Facebook account to post extremist propaganda, court hears

Mother used fake Facebook account to post extremist propaganda, court hears

Mother used fake Facebook account to post extremist propaganda, court hears

The woman is also accused of sending money to bank accounts knowing that it may be used for terrorism

Malia Bouattia loses NUS presidency to former drug courier after anti-semitism controversy

Malia Bouattia loses NUS presidency to former drug courier

Bouattia replaced by Shakira Martin after series of rows surrounding remarks about Zionism

Religious committee orders authorities to remove 'offensive' Coca-Cola adverts in Lebanon

Coca-Cola adverts banned from Lebanon for 'exploiting women's bodies'

Coca-Cola adverts banned from Lebanon for 'exploiting women's bodies'

The Association of Muslim Scholars claimed it was scandalous for adverts to show a topless man and a woman in a swimsuit

'Tim Farron is asked about his beliefs as journalists know it will make him squirm', says Lib Dem commentator

'Tim Farron is bullied for his beliefs on gay people' says Lib Dem commentator

'Tim Farron is bullied for his beliefs on gay people' says Lib Dem commentator

Lib Dem commentator Stephen Tall tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that asking about Tim Farron's beliefs on gay people is not relevant to the general election

Turkey arrests 1,000 in connection with 2016 failed coup

Turkey arrests 1,000 in connection with 2016 failed coup

Turkey arrests 1,000 in connection with 2016 failed coup

The people were apprehended in raids on suspicion of being a part of a movement loyal to cleric Fethullah Gulen, who the government claims organised the coup

Berlin Zoo gets two Great Pandas on loan from China

Berlin Zoo gets two Great Pandas on loan from China

Berlin Zoo gets two great pandas on loan from China

A Great Panda couple are to move into a flashy new pad in the German capital zoo

Wife of the man who killed their child and himself not angry at Facebook over live video

Wife of man who streamed their baby's murder on Facebook Live says she's not angry with social media site

Wife of man who killed their child and himself not angry at Facebook over video

Chiranut Trairat's husband, Wuttisan Wongtalay, killed their 11-month old baby daughter and himself on a live stream on the network

Julia Hartley-Brewer says you can’t take the politics out of NHS funding

Britain should have a Brexit-style referendum on the NHS, says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Britain should have a referendum on the NHS, says Julia Hartley-Brewer

MP Norman Lamb tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that an independent review of NHS funding is needed and we may need to pay more tax to fund it

HMRC officers raid Newcastle and West Ham offices in fraud investigation

HMRC officers raid Newcastle and West Ham offices in fraud investigation

HMRC officers raid Newcastle and West Ham offices in fraud investigation

A deployment of 180 HMRC officers were sent to search professional football offices across the UK and France

Holocaust victims are buried in several cemeteries across Europe, including this one in Terezin, Czech Republic

Jewish cemetery vandalised on Holocaust Memorial Day

Jewish cemetery vandalised on Holocaust Memorial Day

Cemetery in Bucharest contains several Holocaust victims

BREAKING: David Moyes charged by the FA over female reporter 'slap' comment

BREAKING: Former Manchester United boss David Moyes charged by FA over female reporter 'slap' comment

David Moyes charged by the FA over female reporter 'slap' comment

The comment was made in a press conference after Sunderland drew with Burnley in March

Reports claim Twitter has blocked the Government from potential counter-terror sources

Twitter blocks Government anti-terror spies - reports

Twitter blocks Government anti-terror spies - reports

The Daily Telegraph is claiming the social network has blocked the Government from accessing terrorism-related information

Former inmates campaign to close Rikers Island prison in New York

Former inmates campaign to close 'torture island' prison in New York

Former inmates campaign to close 'torture island' prison in New York

Previous inmates claim conditions in the prison are horrific as prisoners go through large periods of solitary confinement and experience violence

French intelligence incriminates Damascus in Syria chemical attack

French intelligence pins Khan Sheikhun chemical attack on Assad

French intelligence pins Khan Sheikhun chemical attack on Assad

Declassified intelligence document claims jihadists couldn't have caused the massacre

Government troops are seen holding an Isis flag captured after fighting in March. Isis troops have now used police uniforms to massacre civilians in Mosul's old city

Isis executioners pose as liberators to massacre civilians in Mosul

Isis executioners pose as liberators to massacre civilians in Mosul

Jihadists reportedly posed as police officers to carry out massacre

Ten arrested in France over suspected connections to Charlie Hebdo attack

10 arrested in France suspected of arming Charlie Hebdo terrorists

10 arrested in France suspected of arming Charlie Hebdo terrorists

The arrests were announced by Paris prosecutors on Wednesday morning

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