Media Watch

'19Jan
29

News Daily: Rivals working on no-deal plan, and Huawei charges

If you want to get this briefing by email, sign up hereMPs will vote on a series of amendments on Tuesday which will seek to influence what Theresa May says to Brussels in the coming days. There are 15 competing...
'19Jan
29

The Papers: May bids to woo Tories before debate

The papers look ahead to the votes in the Commons, on a series of amendments to Theresa May's Brexit deal.The Sun's front page headline is: "Don't let Labour kill Brexit". There is no story - just an editorial...
'19Jan
29

Press release: Minister for the Middle East announces new UK aid package to help Iraq rebuild infrastructure and boost economy

A new UK aid package is to help the Government of Iraq to reinvigorate its economy and rebuild hospitals, schools and other vital infrastructure, allowing Iraqis displaced by conflict to return home and restart...
'19Jan
29

‘Superbug’ genes found in the Arctic

Genes associated with antibiotic-resistant superbugs have been discovered in the high Arctic, one of the most remote places on Earth, showing the rapid spread and global nature of the resistance problem.The genes...
'19Jan
29

Imperial College London criticised for saying Brexit could cause thousands of heart attack deaths

Imperial College London has been accused of joining the ranks of “project fear” after claiming that Brexit will cause 12,400  people to die from heart attacks and strokes.A new study argues that changes to the UK’s...
'19Jan
28

Shoppers face food shortages and price rises under a no-deal Brexit, warn supermarket chiefs

Britons could face significant disruption to the supply of food if Theresa May fails to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, leading retailers have warned.Some of the country's biggest supermarkets and restaurant...
'19Jan
28

Stress, anger and fear - the feelings of EU residents living in Wales

Anger, sadness, doubt. These are some of the feelings European residents living in Wales are experiencing as the Settled Status scheme opened last week.EU citizens will have to apply for a scheme to continue living...
'19Jan
28

Stress, anger and fear - the feelings of EU residents living in Wales

Anger, sadness, doubt. These are some of the feelings European residents living in Wales are experiencing as the Settled Status scheme opened last week.EU citizens will have to apply for a scheme to continue living...
'19Jan
28

Streisand Effect? UK Government Solicitor Worried About FBI/MI5 Infiltrator Book

A book about David Rupert, the FBI and MI5 agent working inside Northern Irish Republican terror groups, has attracted the attention of the UK Government Solicitor.Rupert — a 6'5, 21-stone former wrestler from ...
'19Jan
28

Brexit is good news for those in the business of war

Image: Protest outside last week's Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space annual black tie dinner in London's Park Lane. Credit: Lydia Noon.While Brits have grown accustomed to turbulence in political fairyland,...

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