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France caught planning false flag terror attack in Britain

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French intelligence services planned to stage a terror attack in Britain and then blame it on neo-nazis in a bid to assassinate Muslim hate preacher Abu Hamza, according to an investigation by pressure group Hope Not Hate. Following the 1999 nail-bombing campaign in London, carried out by far-right terrorist David Copeland, France’s Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure hatched a ... Read More »

David Cameron starts ‘war on media’ over Snowden leaks

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British Prime Minister David Cameron British Prime Minister David Cameron has issued a veiled threat against media organizations, calling on The Guardian and other outlets to stop publishing the disclosures leaked by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Guardian first began its ongoing series based on the Snowden leaks in June, when far-reaching clandestine activity of the American NSA ... Read More »

Britain sold nerve gas chemicals to Syria 10 months after war began

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Furious politicians have demanded Prime Minister David Cameron explain why chemical export licences were granted to firms last January – 10 months after the Syrian uprising began. Britain allowed firms to sell chemicals to Syria capable of being used to make nerve gas, the Sunday Mail can reveal today. Export licences for potassium fluoride and sodium fluoride were granted months ... Read More »

British protesters condemn BBC’s pro-royals bias

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The British anti-Monarchy activists have demonstrated outside the BBC headquarters in Bristol, London, to demand the state-run broadcaster stops promoting monarchy. The protesters condemned the pro-royal atmosphere in the BBC carrying placards that read “You’re not the Palace PR Machine”, “Monarchy: a Monstrous Carbuncle on our Democracy” and “Report, Don’t Celebrate!”. The latter was a reference by the organizers of ... Read More »

Fresh evidence shows UK troops ‘systematically tortured’ Iraqis

UK troops torturing Iraqi's

Shocking fresh testimonies to be heard at the British High Court would bring up new charges of violating international law over the torture and unlawful killing of Iraqi prisoners against British troops. This time, the British military stands accused of carrying out a “systematic torture” policy against Iraqi prisoners including shocking testimonies alleging sexual abuse and torture of Iraqi prisoners ... Read More »

Queen and Prince Charles must be consulted before laws are passed

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A little-known power enjoyed by the Queen and Prince of Wales to alter new laws is due to be exposed after the government lost a legal battle to keep details of its application private. The information commissioner has ruled that the Cabinet Office must publish an internal Whitehall guide to the way the senior royals are consulted before legislation is introduced to ... Read More »

Top-secret colonial files go missing in UK

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Boxes containing top secret files about former British colonial rule have gone missing, with those relating to Singapore possibly destroyed. Declassified colonial Kenyan files earlier played a key role in proving the UK responsible for grave abuses. Britain has admitted that it was aware that 170 boxes of files were transferred to Britain from former colonies. But the UK’s Foreign ... Read More »

More children gone missing from UK care homes

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The number of children gone missing from care homes in Britain has increased worryingly with those lost being exposed to sexual exploitation and drug addiction, local media reported. The numbers of children to have gone missing from foster homes across Britain has increased by 19 percent, The Independent reported. According to the report there have been 9,480 reported incidents of children disappearing ... Read More »

UK Queen in hideout over pedophile Jimmy Savile; why?

Queen Elizabeth II

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II who recently raised public outcry for stepping out of her constitutional limits and intervening in a high-profile extradition case, is now keeping a low profile in a scandal in which she has been directly involved. Back in September, it emerged that the Queen privately lobbied a British Home Secretary in the former Labour administrations to arrest ... Read More »