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In Yulia Skripal's first televised statement since being poisoned by a nerve agent, she looked better than could be expected given her ordeal. So what... [Read More]
A funding drive, launched by an anti-Brexit campaign group, aims to raise millions of pounds so it can take on "Daily Mail bullies" and continue... [Read More]
Boris Johnson appears to have been caught in the crosshairs of Russian rascals Lexus and Vovan. The prankster pair managed to get the foreign secretary... [Read More]
It's all going a bit 'Mean Girls' over at the European Commission, as a German-led clique is opposing a British request for continued participation in... [Read More]
A man known as the 'poster boy' of banned neo-Nazi group 'National Action' has been jailed for posting racist and anti-Semitic material online, including an... [Read More]
Yulia Skripal has spoken out amid concerns from Russia that she is being held in the UK against her will. Her appearance may have put... [Read More]
'Vote Leave' campaign director, Dominic Cummings, has attacked Tory preparations for leaving the EU and warned that a Corbyn government is possible if the May-Hammond... [Read More]
A British Royal Navy vessel chased away a Spanish military ship from its territorial waters off Gibraltar. With Brexit on the horizon tensions are mounting... [Read More]
The former British ambassador to Russia has said that the government knows they must rebuild positive relations with the Kremlin, after the relationship crumbled over... [Read More]
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Black people are four times more likely to have force used against them by the Metropolitan Police, police data has revealed. Shadow Home Secretary Diane... [Read More]
Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins penned a letter to the BBC after it aired a documentary on the Manchester Arena attack, accusing the... [Read More]
Prime Minister Theresa May has said most people should "celebrate" the private sector's impact on the NHS –  on the same day a Stephen Hawking-backed... [Read More]
The London Metropolitan Police has warned that people are "putting themselves at risk," as those in richer boroughs in the capital and beyond are turning... [Read More]
In a bid to combat online revenge porn, Facebook is now asking any worried users to send naked pictures of themselves to the social network... [Read More]
Men who self-identify as women will be eligible for all-women shortlists, Labour has confirmed. It comes days after a party member was suspended for saying... [Read More]
One year on from the Manchester terrorist attack, the UK government has only just admitted it's links to the violent jihadist group which influenced Salman... [Read More]
Family and friends will pay tribute to those they lost in the Grenfell fire at the commencement of a public inquiry into the cause of... [Read More]
The Conservatives are readying for a snap election due to fears that the Brexit deadlock is insurmountable for Theresa May. MPs have been left wondering... [Read More]
Fined, jailed, and convicted – the UK's homeless are facing serious criminal consequences as councils use public space protection orders (PSPOs), introduced by Theresa May,... [Read More]
Amid the royal wedding brouhaha, the BBC couldn't help but celebrate the marriage of the UK's most popular prince by trolling one of the world's... [Read More]
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