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About 3 hours ago

UK's Labour accuses BBC of bias over its election coverage

Britain’s opposition Labour Party wrote to the head of the BBC on Thursday to complain about its coverage of campaigning ahead of next week’s election, accusing the publicly-funded broadcaster of bias. Labour’s co-campaign coordinator Andrew Gwynne said they had recorded numerous examples where his party’s leadership had received 'more negative treatment, harsher scrutiny and slanted editorial comment' than Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservatives. 'That bias has been reflected in the framing, content ...
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American Herald Tribune
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About 8 hours ago

Chief Rabbi’s Pious Bid to Sabotage Corbyn

The mainstream media failed to make the connection between Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’s brazen intervention to damage Jeremy Corbyn’s election chances and the Shai Masot affair three years ago. And, indeed, all the other orchestrated media smear...
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About 10 hours ago

Boyega: Some Americans don't know black people live in London

The Star Wars actor, John Boyega, has opened up about the representation of black British culture on a global scale. The 27-year-old from Peckham, South London, says he has met Americans who are not aware there are black people living in London, and believes the under-representation of the black British experience in popular culture fuels such ignorance. 'I’m black British and I’m from London. And that in itself is something that ...
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About 11 hours ago

Boris Johnson apologises for burqa article

The Prime Minister past views have come back to haunt him on the election trail. This Thursday he was quizzed on his views about Muslim women and single mums on ITV's This Morning by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. Boris Johnson had to apologise once again 'for any offence caused' by his article describing Muslim women who wear a face-covering veil as looking like 'letterboxes' and 'bank robbers'. The PM claimed his ...
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About 12 hours ago

Four Brexit Party MEPs quit to back Tories

John Longworth, the former British Chambers of Commerce chief, Annunziata Rees-Mogg (sister of Commons Leader, Jacob Rees-Mogg ), Lance Forman and Lucy Harris are set to quit the Brexit Party and urge people to back the Conservatives at the upcoming election. The dramatic resignations come with just a week to go before polling day - and just before the Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage records a high-profile interview with the BBC's Andrew ...
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American Herald Tribune
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About 19 hours ago

The London Bridge Attack and Other British False Flags

Following last Friday’s Salafist-inspired knife attack in the British capital which left two bystanders dead, onlookers were no doubt reminded of a similar attack which had occurred two years previously in June 2017; this one also taking place o...
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About 1 day ago

UK promise to address mental health crisis

Ahmed Kaballo Press TV, Birmingham The UK government has been widely criticized for not adequately funding the national health services and charities have argued that mental health doesn't receive its fair share of the already squeezed NHS budget. In 2017 the British Medical Association surveyed Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service professionals and found that 91 percent believed their service was inadequately resourced, with 58 percent stating that reductions in funding had ...
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Press TV
About 1 day ago

PSNI under attack in Northern Ireland

In a sign of escalating tensions in Northern Ireland, a police car has been attacked with a suspected grenade in West Belfast. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) patrol vehicle was reportedly targeted in Milton Row in the early hours of the morning. The PSNI has claimed the attack was intended to 'kill or injure police officers'. Chief Superintendent Jonathan Roberts of the PSNI described the attack as a 'despicable act'. ...
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About 1 day ago

Boris tries to sound tough at NATO summit

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has tried to strike a combative posture on the opening day of the NATO summit in London. He told leaders of the military alliance that Britain’s commitment to NATO is 'rock solid'. Trying hard to paper over the growing cracks in NATO, the PM said the military alliance provides 'a giant shield of solidarity that now protects 29 countries and nearly a billion people'. Johnson’s bullish remarks come ...
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