Britain First Telford March Sees Paul Golding, Jayda Fransen And Not Many Others Show Up

Despite having a Facebook following of 1.6 million it appears outside in the real world away from paid promotion and exploiting the memory of Lee Rigby, Britain First is still far, far from even a minor force in UK politics. Despite months of promotion the far-right group’s much-hyped Telford march had to be postponed by an hour until more “patriots” arrived. ...

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Kim Jong-Nam Killing Suspect Says She Was Paid £72 For What She Thought Was A Prank

A suspect in the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un’s exiled half brother said she was paid $90 (£72) to carry out what she thought was a prank. The Indonesian suspect, Siti Aisyah, met with her country’s deputy ambassador to Malaysia, said she had been introduced to people who looked like Japanese or Koreans who asked her to play ...

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The Walking Dead: Everything we know about season 7 episode 11 'Hostiles and Calamities'

The Walking Dead season seven continued last week with an episode that saw viewers find out more about the mysterious new group Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and company met at the climax of midseason premiere ‘Rock in the Road.’ As well as meeting their leader Jadis, played by Pollyanna McIntosh, the episode – titled ‘New Best Friends’ – saw Rick go ...

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Gavin McDonnell chases super bantamweight glory in Hull against heavy-hitting Rey Vargas

The 2017 City of Culture becomes a lights-out location tonight as the Hull Arena hosts Gavin McDonnell’s attempt to become the new WBC super bantamweight champion. McDonnell’s twin brother Jamie currently holds the WBA bantamweight title, and Gavin is aiming to create multiple magic against the current champion Rey Vargas. Undefeated across a seven year professional career, McDonnell has won 16 ...

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Sadiq Khan sparks row with SNP after claiming there is 'no difference' between Scottish nationalism and racism

Sadiq Khan was forced to backtrack and amend a speech to the Scottish Labour conference after an earlier version sparked a row with the SNP for suggesting that nationalism can be as divisive as racism and religious hatred. A draft of the Mayor of London’s speech, made public before his appearance at Perth Concert Hall, included the line: “The last thing we need now is ...

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White House media ban 'unconstitutional censorship', National Press Club warns

The National Press Club has condemned Donald Trump’s exclusion of select media outlets from a White House press conference, calling the unprecedented action “deeply disturbing” and likening it to censorship. Senior figures from the world’s leading professional organisation for journalists joined a host of other industry leaders in protesting the decision announced by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to block news ...

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Donald Trump rejects intelligence report on travel ban because it doesn't say what he wants it to

Donald Trump reportedly rejected an intelligence report on his “Muslim ban” because it did not corroborate his claim that it improved national security.  Compiled by the Department of Homeland Security, the report said that banning all citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries was ineffective way of stopping terrorists coming to the US because “country of citizenship is unlikely to be a reliable indicator of potential ...

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Jewish men attacked with hacksaw by men 'shouting anti-Semitic abuse' in Paris

Two Jewish men have been attacked with a hacksaw in Paris after allegedly being called “dirty Jews” in a volley of anti-Semitic abuse. The brothers, aged 17 and 29, said they were wearing kippas as they drove through the suburb of Bondy and noticed the alleged attackers staring from a following van. The elder brother told police he lowered his ...

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Celebrities, I beg you: don't turn the Oscars into an elite political circus

Let’s pray it’s just about the frocks. Because we love the Oscars for the frocks, don’t we? From Gwyneth’s diaphanous t-shirt to Bjork’s swan via Cher’s spider web. And that’s just a sample of past triumphs. I hope it will be light and frothy and frocky but I have a nasty feeling it won’t be, because, when a billion people ...

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Wayne Shaw's absence felt at Sutton United as first-team keeper forced off with injury against Torquay

The recent resignation of Sutton United’s reserve goalkeeper and part-time coach Wayne Shaw appears to have caught up with the club after their first-team ‘keeper, Ross Worner, was forced off with injury in the side’s National League game against Torquay. In the wake of the infamous ‘Pie-gate’, which saw Shaw come under intense scrutiny for his involvement in a betting ...

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