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British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is confident she will get on with President Donald Trump - because opposites attract. Mrs May has touched down in America, just as the new US president found himself embroiled in controversy...
Several musical groups have refused to sing and perform for Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony within the next few weeks. However, a newer protestor, Jan Chamberlin, a member from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has just quit the choir and announced that...
Paul Nuttall leader of UK Independence Party (UKIP) announced his candidacy to stand for election in the Stoke Central by-election. The election which occurs next month and will see the leader represent UKIP in what many feel will be a...
Hans Tietmeyer, the former president of Bundesbank, and one of the architects of the Euro, has passed away on Wednesday at the age of 85, according to the spokeswoman for the German central bank. Background Hans Tietmeyer was one of the...
The war of words between presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and FBI Director James Corney has intensified. Mrs Clinton has urged Mr Corney to put everything he knows out there for public consumption. During a rally in Daytona Beach as her campaign...
Russia has denied compiling a blackmail dossier on U.S President-elect Donald Trump. Spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, dismissed the reports as “complete fabrication and utter nonsense.” According to CNN, U.S Intelligence included a two page synopsis entitled ‘Kompromat’...
In a recent criminal explorative attempt, all British troops are requested to comply with an investigation for fatalities and other human rights abuses that occurred in Northern Ireland some time ago. Murder Charges Most of the former military officers as of...
U.S. President Donald J. Trump and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi have recently discussed over a telephone call how they can work together in order to continue in the fight against terrorism and radicalism. Last Monday Trump emphasized to...

Queen leads Remembrance events

The Queen has led the nation’s tributes to the fallen as Britain fell silent to remember those who have lost their lives in conflicts past and present. She was joined by Prime Minister Theresa May for the focal point service...
The supreme court has ruled that Libyan Abdel Hakim Belhaj can sue the British Government in connection with his 2004 rendition and subsequent torture. Seven justices unanimously concluded that the kidnapping and torture of Belhaj and his wife breached rights...

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