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About 32 days ago

Ambitious Integrated Review identifies China as biggest threat to UK

After a long delay the government’s Integrated Review of Security, Defense, Development and Foreign Policy has finally been published and much of its content is consistent with recent leaks. Biggest defence and security review in decades is struggling to get off the ground Boris Johnson At the strategic level, the 114-page document - entitled Global Britain in a competitive age: The Integrated Review of Security, Defense, Development and Foreign Policy - envisages ...
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About 33 days ago

Boris Johnson leaps to embattled Met commander’s defense

As the social and political fallout from the shocking murder of Sarah Everard continues to reverberate across the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has come out in strong support of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Dame Cressdia Dick. Dick – who is effectively the commander of all police officers in London – is facing growing calls to resign after the Met Police violently suppressed a vigil for murdered Londoner, Sarah Everard. ...
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About 33 days ago

UK sanctions Syrian leaders on 10th anniversary of failed proxy war

The British government has chosen the 10th anniversary of the failed campaign to oust the Syrian government by means of foreign-sponsored armed uprisings and Takfiri terrorism, to impose sanctions on six leading Syrians. The sanctions were announced by Foreign Secretary, Dominc Raab, who claimed their object is to hold the Syrian government 'to account for their wholesale assault on the very citizens they should be protecting'. The sanctioned individuals include Syrian foreign ...
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About 33 days ago

Johnson launches blistering attack on SNP

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has attacked the Scottish National Party (SNP), and the broader Scottish independence movement, for seeking 'separation' at a time of national crisis brought about by the mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic. 'Boris burrow’ tunnel linking Scotland to NI designed to derail Scottish independence A proposed sea tunnel project connecting Scotland to Northern Ireland is expected to be approved soon and its central objective is more political than infrastructure-related ...
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About 34 days ago

Commons Defense Committee warns about ‘outgunned’ Army

As anticipation grows about the government’s long-delayed defense, security and foreign policy review, the House of Commons Defense Select Committee (DSC) has thrown a spanner in the works by highlighting the insidious depletion of the Army’s capacity to fight a major war. Plans for 'Boris bunker’ revealed ahead of publication of key national security document The UK is reportedly planning to build a The DSC has just published a ...
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About 34 days ago

UK police face backlash after dragging mourners from vigil for murdered woman

London’s police force must explain its actions against people gathered at a vigil to mark the killing of a 33-year-old woman, home office minister Victoria Atkins said on Sunday, after an outcry over images of mourners being dragged away by officers. Reuters witnesses saw police drag several women away from a gathering on Clapham Common, near to where Sarah Everard disappeared as she walked home on the evening of March 3. 'Last ...
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About 34 days ago

Several detained at vigil for woman murdered in London

Despite a police ban, hundreds attend a cancelled vigil on Clapham Common in South London to pay tribute to 33-year-old Sarah Everard who was kidnapped and murdered while walking home from a friend's house. A 48-year-old Met Police officer has been charged with Ms Everard's kidnap and murder. Her death has prompted a public debate over women's safety. (Source: AFP) ...
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About 34 days ago

Cabinet Office to move 500 jobs to Scotland in latest bid to derail Indyref2

In a major restructuring of its organization and operations the Cabinet Office is set to transfer at least 500 civil servant jobs to Glasgow by 2024. The transferred personnel are expected to be housed in a new secondary headquarters of the Cabinet Office, which employs 8,500 staff altogether, almost all of which are currently based in London. The Cabinet Office – headed by Tory ideologue Michael Gove – supports the Prime Minister ...
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About 35 days ago

UK planning to increase nuclear warheads in significant military provocation

In a significant development in both the defense and foreign policy arenas, the government is reported to be planning to increase the UK’s stockpile of nuclear warheads. The development was first reported by the Telegraph’s deputy political editor, Lucy Fisher. — Lucy Fisher (@LOS_Fisher) March 12, 2021 ">http:// 💥EXCL: Govt is set to increase the number of nuclear warheads that Britain can stockpile, Telegraph understands. Announcement expected in Integrated Review on Tues, ...
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