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Two of the academics in particular, Professor Tim Hayward of Edinburgh University and Professor Piers Robinson of the University of Sheffield, promote the work of a fringe group of bloggers and activists who have been accused of spreading false information about the Syrian civil war, which is now in its ...

Speaking at the end of a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida on Wednesday, President Trump underlined his “toughness” in dealing with the growing threat from Russia. Mr Trump said: “There has been nobody tougher on Russia than President Donald Trump.
Mr Shutler then pressed the expert further on which royal will win the fashion war once Meghan has married Prince Harry. He said: “Who's going to win? Come on fashionista.” A divergence in opinion then formed after Mr Shutler and the fashion expert disagreed on which royal would emerge victorious from ...
Discussion over the rights of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom after the country leaves the bloc must continue in light of UK immigration officials' harsh ... Known as the 'Windrush generation', migrants from the Caribbean were invited to Britain to plug labour shortfalls between 1948 and 1971.
The joint effort between the US, France and the UK reigned terror down on Bashar al-Assad's war-torn nation. Following the successful attack, Russia blasted the Republican firebrand for his “reckless actions”. Moscow's ambassador to Ireland, Yury Filatov, issued a warning to the White House that appears ...
But the US, UK and France - who support the opposition to Mr Assad - say they are confident that chlorine and possibly a nerve agent were used. Despite the uncertainty about what happened in Douma, a cluster of influential social media activists is certain that it knows what occurred on 7 April. They've ...
said UK Representative to the OPCW Peter Wilson. "What was really striking about the session today was that Russia continues to provide huge amounts of disinformation to others," he added. The Russian representative Alexander Shulgin was equally critical of his British counterparts saying "what we are ...
They came to Britain from Grenada in 1968. The Daily Mail quotes her calling for Theresa May's resignation. The Sun notes that it is 12 years since the then Labour Home Secretary John Reid declared that the Home Office was "not fit for purpose". The department has been marked by complacency and ...
Nigel Farage said Britain, more than any other country including Germany, suffered huge losses due to World War 2. The former Ukip leader and hardline Brexiteer made the claim on Mr Clegg's new Anger Management podcast. He told a bemused Mr Clegg the UK suffered massive blows both to her ...


 

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