I previously wrote about Hillary Clinton's call on European countries to pass censorship laws to force social media companies like Twitter to regulate speech even after Elon Musk's pledge to restore free speech to Twitter. Now the British Parliam
The British public have been told that just 5 million people in the United Kingdom have refused to take the Covid-19 'vaccine', and have been made to feel that they are a small minority. However, in England alone, there are at least 19.2 million
In a blow to press freedom and decency, a UK judge has today approved Julian Assange's extradition to the US to face espionage charges for his role in exposing US war crimes in Iraq and elsewhere. Also today: Biden wants to send ANOTHER $800 million
The royal family receives £86 million of taxpayers' money. How much of that will be used to pay Andrew's £12 million bill? It's our damned money, we should be told how much is being used to bail out yet another useless member of the royal fam
The National Farmers' Union has warned the UK is sleepwalking into a food security crisis. Soaring energy and fertilizer costs have led to an unprecedented situation where growers' margins have collapsed, forcing many to halt growing operations.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange married his long-term partner Stella Moris inside a British high-security prison on Wednesday at a small ceremony attended by just four guests, two official witnesses and two guards.
Update (1745ET): A senior palace source told the Daily Mail that the settlement is for US$10 million (£7.5million) - and that the deal may only be a "settlement in principle" at this point because he's still waiting on the sale of his Swiss chalet.
The UK government is planning to re-work its human rights law to put an increased emphasis on "personal responsibility" and "duties to the wider society", as well as preventing people "abusing" their rights.
As the BoE warns about back-breaking inflation and HMG scrambles to subsidize the heating bills of millions of Britons due to soaring LNG demand that's rapidly draining reserves, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just seen his government engulfed in a
Economic data had their own drama for once yesterday. Eurozone inflation was far too high at 5.1% y/y vs. 4.4% expected, while the US ADP employment number was far too low at -301K vs. 180K expected. **S-T-A-G-F-L-A-T-I-O-N**.
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