Media Watch

'19Jan
26

New IRA terrorists raiding old arms dumps to 'stockpile bombs and machine guns'

Terrorists are raiding old IRA weapons dumps amid ­rising fears they plan to turn Brexit chaos into carnage. Police have identified dissident Republicans at the sites of suspected caches on Northern Ireland’s...
'19Jan
24

News story: UK and France sign action plan to tackle small boat crossings

Sajid Javid and French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner held productive talks in Westminster and vowed to increase joint co-operation following a rise in the number of migrants attempting to cross the...
'19Jan
23

News story: Over £35 million to support Scottish universities tackling global challenges

This is part of a £270 million package to support projects across the country to reduce the impact of ocean pollution, improve security of food supply and control infectious diseases.Putting the UK at the forefront...
'19Jan
20

Coups and murder: the sinister world of apartheid’s secret mercenaries

Keith Maxwell, the self-declared “commodore” of the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), liked to dress up on special occasions in the garish costume of a 18th-century admiral, with a three-...
'19Jan
12

Jack Shepherd: Can a fugitive remain on the run forever?

Three days before Jack Shepherd was due to stand trial for manslaughter by gross negligence, police found he had disappeared. He was convicted in his absence of killing Charlotte Brown in a drunken speedboat crash...
'19Jan
12

Abe says Japan hopes UK will avoid no-deal Brexit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday urged British lawmakers to back British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, saying “the whole world” wants Britain to avoid leaving the EU without a deal to...
'19Jan
12

Abe says Japan hopes UK will avoid no-deal Brexit

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday urged British lawmakers to back British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, saying “the whole world” wants Britain to avoid leaving the EU without a deal to...
'19Jan
07

Damaging Ties: Why Germany is the Integrity Initiative’s 'Most Important Target'

The new trove included several highly incriminating files related to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in March 2018, which raised a number of extremely serious questions about the shadowy British state and NATO-...
'19Jan
07

Damaging Ties: Why Germany is the Integrity Initiative’s 'Most Important Target'

The new trove included several highly incriminating files related to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in March 2018, which raised a number of extremely serious questions about the shadowy British state and NATO-...
'19Jan
07

Damaging Ties: Why Germany is the Integrity Initiative’s 'Most Important Target'

The new trove included several highly incriminating files related to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in March 2018, which raised a number of extremely serious questions about the shadowy British state and NATO-...

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