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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised in the UK, many countries still continue to punish homosexuals

50 years on since gay sex was legalised, many countries still punish homosexuals

Several countries still punish gay people with fines, prison and even the death penalty

'The UK should introduce work permits as we don't need low skilled immigrant workers', says Migration Watch

UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants, says Migration Watch chair

'UK needs work permits to keep out low-skilled immigrants'

Lord Andrew Green says an 'objective analysis on whether we really do depend on immigration' is worth attempting

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over importing EU workers

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Open Britain's Will Cousins over EU workers

Our host spoke to the representative from the pro-EU thinktank about the Government's plans to bring in consultants on a post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

Amber Rudd to commission new committee to devise post-Brexit immigration system

The Home Secretary is to bring in experts to devise a new system for immigration after the UK leaves the EU

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

charged with terror offences after alleged ISIS fighter communication

Teenage girl charged with plotting Isis terror attack on UK

Teenage girl charged with plotting Isis terror attack on UK

The teenage is accused of plotting to take shipment of weapons to conduct a terror attack in the UK

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Many share photos of spectacular and shocking lightning storm raging through the night

UK lightning: The craziest photos of last night's storm as it raged through the night

UK lightning: The craziest photos of last night's storm

Many were surprised at the intense lightning that ripped through the sky, with some claiming it was a 'silent storm'

Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017

David Davis to return to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet woes

David Davis to return to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet woes

David Davis returns to Brexit negotiations amid public rows with EU and cabinet

The Brexit Secretary is entering the second round of negotiations amid reports of rows in the Cabinet and public disputes with EU officials

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead negotiations if Government fails

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead negotiations if Government falls

Jeremy Corbyn 'ready' to lead Brexit negotiations if Government falls

The Labour Leader is tell EU negotiator-in-chief Michel Barnier he is capable of taking charge of the UK withdrawal, if the Government should change

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

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Donald Trump may visit the UK next year as options are being looked at

Donald Trump may visit the UK next year as options are being looked at

Reports previously claimed that the US President didn't want to visit the UK any more due to fears over public anger

Monday, July 10, 2017

Monday, July 10, 2017

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married, figures show

Cancer diagnosis now more common than getting married, figures show

Macmillan Cancer Support has also found that having a baby for the first time is less common than being diagnosed with the disease

Theresa May to ask Labour for support as Brexit policies move forward

Theresa May critics rip into Prime Minister for requesting help from Jeremy Corbyn

May critics rip into Prime Minister for requesting help from Corbyn

Critics were quick to point out May's previous comments about Corbyn

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

'We are losing our values and terrorists think the West is a vacuous nothing', says rabbi

Controversial author Douglas Murray praised by London rabbi

Controversial author Douglas Murray praised by London rabbi

Rabbi Stuart Altshuler says people feel they’re losing a sense of values and structure and framework

Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday, July 3, 2017

'Ireland should leave the EU as it'll be better off by maintaining its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK', says former Irish diplomat

'Ireland should leave the EU to maintain its relationship with UK'

Former Irish diplomat Ray Bassett says the country can make its own mind up about decisions rather than letting Brussels do so

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'The amount we spend on foreign aid is a nonsense and must stop'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'We can fund public sector pay by cutting ridiculous foreign aid budget'

Julia: 'We can fund public sector pay by curbing nonsense foreign aid'

Julia Hartley-Brewer has claimed that if the UK cut the foreign aid budget by half, this would fund all the necessary public sector pay increases

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

Donald Trump could 'hastily visit UK this month to avoid protests'

A White House source has claimed there is a 'window of opportunity' for the President to visit the UK

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

'The Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK', says SNP MP

'Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK', says SNP MP

'The Tory-DUP deal is indefensible and unfair to the rest of the UK'

SNP MP Angus MacNeil says the Tory-DUP deal has made the UK 'less united'

Monday, June 26, 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Brexit: Theresa May to outline 'settled status' for EU nationals

Ministers have denied the 3.2 million EU citizens resident in the UK will become second-class citizens

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige as hackers weren't careful'

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige as hackers weren't careful'

'Cyber-attack on Parliament was probably about prestige'

Applied futurist Tom Cheesewright says the attack appears not to have been sophisticated

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says Tommy Robinson

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson

'UK prisons are Isis training camps', says Tommy Robinson

The former leader of the English Defence League said Islamic State were 'breeding an army' in an extended interview with Paul Ross

Monday, June 19, 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017

Twitter reacts to the heatwave in the only way it knows how - with funny memes and gifs

Twitter reacts to the heatwave in the only way it knows how - with funny memes and gifs

Twitter reacts to the heatwave in the only way it knows how, with memes and gifs

Many people in the UK simply can't take the heat

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with editor over terms of leaving the EU

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with Guardian Brexit editor over terms of leaving the EU

Julia Hartley-Brewer argues with editor over terms of leaving the EU

Dan Roberts from The Guardian spoke to Julia in the wake of comments made about potentially remaining by Guy Verhofstadt

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

#dogsatpollingstations goes viral on election day

#dogsatpollingstations goes viral on election day

#dogsatpollingstations goes viral on election day

Polls are now open, and people are bringing their pet pooches to vote with them

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

A survey conducted by The Independent claims voters agree with the Labour leader when he says foreign intervention increases risks of domestic terrorism

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Eurostar station evacuated after suspicious package is found

Eurostar station in Lille evacuated after suspicious package is found

Eurostar station in Lille evacuated after suspicious package is found

The alert was sounded at Lille station and it was temporarily evacuated

Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

British volunteers fighting Isis in Syria back Jeremy Corbyn

British volunteers fighting with Kurdish forces against Isis back Jeremy Corbyn

British volunteers fighting with Kurdish forces against Isis back Jeremy Corbyn

A group of soldiers from the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) and International Freedom Battalion backed the Labour leader's comments on foreign policy

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host US radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

The Wikileaks founder said he was 'looking into' the opportunity after Sean Hannity offered him the chance to guest-host

Friday, May 26, 2017

Friday, May 26, 2017

United Airlines issues ticket waiver after threat level is raised to critical

United Airlines issues UK terror waiver after Manchester attack

United Airlines issues UK terror waiver after Manchester attack

The ticket waiver allows customers to change to other flights without paying a fee, they are often issued for major events or severe weather

Twitter divided over Jeremy Corbyn's foreign policy comments

Manchester Attack: Jeremy Corbyn savaged by critics for 'excusing terrorism'

Jeremy Corbyn savaged by critics for 'excusing terrorism'

The Labour Leader is expected to declare UK foreign policy must change because he claims the involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan has led to an increased risk of terrorism

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says security specialist Will Geddes

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says security specialist Will Geddes

Manchester attack: US intelligence leaks 'embarrassing', says Will Geddes

The security specialist spoke to James Whale and Ash Gould about the pictures leaked to The New York Times

Manchester Attack: Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media photo leaks

Manchester Attack: Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media photo leaks

Theresa May to confront Donald Trump over US media leaks

UK officials were furious after information about the Manchester attack investigation was leaked to the US press on Wednesday

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Operation Temperer - the plan to protect the United Kingdom from terrorism

What does Theresa May's terror threat level decision actually mean for us?

What does Theresa May's terror threat level decision actually mean for us?

Theresa May has become the first Prime Minister in history to implement the operation after the terror threat level was raised to 'critical'

Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

Scottish Leaders Debate: 'Stars of the show were the audience', says Scottish Sun editor

'Forget Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson, the real stars of Scottish leaders' debate were the audience'

'Forget Sturgeon and Davidson, the real stars were the audience'

Alan Muir, who is the editor of The Scottish Sun, spoke to Paul Ross about Sunday's BBC One debate between political leaders in Scotland

Scottish Leaders Debate: Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence vote

Scottish Leaders Debate: Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence vote

Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence

The leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland accused the First Minister of 'lying' during last year's election in Holyrood

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

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Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Sweden's director of public prosecutions has dropped a rape investigation on Julian Assange

Friday, May 12, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

A military exercise in the Pacific Ocean was cancelled after a French landing craft became stranded.   The incident came during a joint exercise between Japanese, British, French, and American forces.   The exercise came as the craft attempted to land on the American island of Guam in the Mariana Archipelago.  It had been meant to be a demonstration of strength to counter the growing Chinese presence in the region.   However, the landing damaged the propellor of the vehicle, which led to the exercise being

Military exercise in the Pacific postponed after French craft gets stranded

Military exercise in the Pacific postponed after French craft gets stranded

The incident came during a joint exercise between the French, Japanese, British and American forces

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Electronic device ban could be extended to include flights from UK to America

US laptop ban could be extended to flights from UK - reports

US laptop ban could be extended to flights from UK - reports

Reports claim that a decision will be made in the next few weeks about whether to extend the electronic device ban

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

British man suspected of Islamic State membership convicted of terrorism offence

Aine Davis: Briton suspected of Isis membership convicted of terror offence

British 'Isis leader' convicted of terror offence

33-year-old Aine Davis had been arrested in 2015 in Turkey, and is understood to be part of the cell which included 'Jihadi John'

Ministers scramble to make immigration plan due to fears Emmanuel Macron will end UK border controls at Calais

Ministers 'racing to finalise immigration plan over fears Emmanuel Macron will scrap Calais border'

UK ministers 'fear Emmanuel Macron will scrap Calais border controls'

The Telegraph is claiming government ministers are preparing to implement an immigration plan in the event that the new president ends UK border checks on French soil

Monday, May 8, 2017

Monday, May 8, 2017

Emmanuel Macron - what does the En Marche leader's election mean for Brexit?

Why are Nigel Farage and the Brexit gang so scared of Emmanuel Macron?

Why are Nigel Farage and the Brexit gang so scared of Emmanuel Macron?

Macron could prove to be a sizeable roadblock for Theresa May's Brexit vision

Banksy EU mural in Dover provokes online debate

Banksy Brexit mural in Dover provokes heated online debate

Banksy EU mural in Dover provokes online debate

The illustration which appeared near the A20 showed a man cracking a star off an EU flag

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Theresa May speech: 'Senior figures say Britain doesn't understand reality as EU defines it,' says John Redwood

Brexit 'dinner party from hell' article wrong on all counts, says John Redwood

Brexit 'dinner party from hell' article wrong on all counts, says John Redwood

The Tory grandee defended Theresa May's speech in an interview with James Whale

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn divorce bill

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn EU divorce bill

Brexit: David Davis insists UK won't pay €100bn EU divorce bill

The Brexit Secretary made this clear to Good Morning Britain amid claims by the Financial Times that the bill has increased

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Article 50: Should no deal for the UK be acquired, could it be reversed?

Brexit: Could Article 50 actually be reversed?

Brexit: Could Article 50 actually be reversed?

The formal process for the United Kingdom to leave the EU was triggered in March, and the two-year negotiation period has begun

Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

'Angela Merkel's Brexit comments on UK politicians are actually beneficial for Theresa May', says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Merkel's latest Brexit comments actually help Theresa May, says political editor

Angela Merkel claims British politicians are living under and illusion that the UK will keep its rights after leaving the EU

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

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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

Madeleine McCann: Scotland Yard confirms detectives are pursuing 'critical' leads

Madeleine McCann: Scotland Yard confirms detectives are pursuing 'critical' leads

Madeleine McCann: Scotland Yard confirms detectives pursuing 'critical' leads

Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said there were 'significant' leads of great interest to the UK and Portuguese teams

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Spanish police arrest eight suspected jihadists with links to Brussels bombings

Spanish police arrest eight suspected jihadists with links to Brussels bombings

Spanish police arrest eight suspected jihadists with links to Brussels bombings

Catalan police conducted a series of raids in Barcelona to apprehend suspected members of a jihadist terror cell

Elton John cancels US shows as he recovers from 'potentially deadly' bacterial infection

Elton John cancels US shows as he recovers from 'potentially deadly' bacterial infection

Elton John cancels US shows as he recovers from 'potentially deadly' infection

The singer had just finished his South American tour when he became violently ill on the plane back to the UK

Monday, April 24, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

Rihanna blasted over raunchy photoshopped images of the Queen

Rihanna blasted over raunchy photoshopped images of the Queen

The singer marked the British monarch's 91st birthday over the weekend by releasing a series of doctored photographs with the Queen's face superimposed on her body

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Early election: Donald Tusk likens Brexit to horror movie after Theresa May u-turn

Donald Tusk likens Brexit to horror movie after Theresa May u-turn

The President of the European Council took to Twitter in the wake of the Prime Minister's announcement with a strange comparison.

EasyJet calls for victims to come forward after couple were thrown off Luton flight

EasyJet calls for victims to come forward after couple thrown off Luton flight

EasyJet calls for victims to come forward after couple thrown off flight

The couple, known only as Manoj and Viddha, were forced to leave the flight to Catania in Sicily from Luton Airport

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Boko Haram plot to attack US and UK embassies foiled by Nigerian officials

Boko Haram plot to attack US, UK embassies foiled by Nigerian officials

Boko Haram plot to attack US, UK embassies foiled by Nigerian officials

Securities officials claim they broke up a plan to attack western establishments late in March

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