THE White House has backed down over claims that British spy agency GCHQ spied on US President Donald Trump before last November’s election by promising to never repeat the allegations again.
The government’s “communications headquarters” made a rare statement...
Saturday 18th Mar 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Campaigners hail findings as ‘breakthrough’ in the struggle for Palestinians
Friday 17th Mar 2017
TONY BLAIR wriggled free once again yesterday after a committee of MPs announced that the former PM will not face an investigation into whether he misled Parliament over the Iraq war.
The report by the public administration and constitutional affairs (PCACAC) concluded that the...
BRITAIN could be rushed into another illegal war: there’s nothing stopping a future prime minister ignoring advice, Blair-style, from senior officials, according to an MPs’ report out today.
The public administration & constitutional affairs committee warned that there...
Thursday 16th Mar 2017
AN ANTI-SEMITIC sign that appeared near a north London synagogue was brushed off as an “art project” by its creator yesterday.
A red triangle with a depiction of an orthodox Jewish man in a hat, in the style of a “beware of” road sign, appeared on a lamppost in...
‘Next big thing’ Hogg lasts less than a month
Wednesday 15th Mar 2017
HEALTH regulators have demanded the Priory make improvements after they found patients were at risk due to unsafe staffing levels.
The 99-bed hospital in Roehampton, south-west London, is one of the country’s highest profile private mental-health facilities, having treated...
JURORS wept yesterday as they found three police officers not guilty of charges relating to a mentally ill man’s death in custody, a decision which left his family with “no sense of justice.”
A jury at Bristol Crown Court acquitted custody sergeant Jan Kingshott and...
Hundreds gather outside Home Office to demand an inquiry
Tuesday 14th Mar 2017
NHS sees worst month as A&E trolley waits hit record high
Friday 10th Mar 2017