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Theresa May Accepted £3,000 In Donations From Ex-Russian Defence Chief A Fortnight After Salisbury Attack
The UK Prime Minister has accepted more than £200,000 in donations from a former Russian defence chief since becoming PM.

While Theresa May promised to distance herself from Moscow-linked donors when she took office, in the 23 months since then, the Tories have pocketed £201,000 from Alexander Temerko, an ex-chairman of an agency in the …

A Woman Hung ‘String Of Knickers’ Outside Tory MP’s Office After He Blocks Ban On Upskirting
Conservative Sir Christopher Chope has blocked a law against upskirting and shouted “object” to the law that would have stopped perverts taking pictures up women’s skirts.

The Voyeurism (Offences) Bill would make it illegal for offenders to take a picture under someone’s clothing without their consent, but Sir Christopher shouted ‘Object’ to the dismay of his colleagues surrounding him. Sir Christopher Chope …

Shocking video shows man in Islamophobic rant at Muslim girls in New Jersey
A man has been captured delivering a shocking Islamophobic and racist rant aimed at five teenage Muslim girls in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Fatima Khan began recording the incident on her phone, and has since posted the video on her Twitter page, where it has nearly had 4,000 views. Khan told NJ.com that she and her four friends – Ibtissam Jaouad, Aniza Nasir, Dolma Tsering, and Yahaira Osorio — were …

A Tory MP let loose on Question Time with a savage take-down of the Daily Mail
During BBC Question Time on 14 June, Conservative MP Dominic Grieve launched an unexpected and savage take-down of the Daily Mail, and specifically its editor Paul Dacre.

Credit where credit’s due Grieve was responding to accusations in the Daily Mail that he was “supping with the devil” in attending a meeting with “avowed enemies of Brexit”. In apparent exasperation, he explained that the Daily Mail’s use of personal attacks …

Sinn Féin to consider motion urging Irish boycott of Eurovision in Israel
Sinn Féin will consider a motion this weekend calling on RTÉ and the Irish government to boycott the Eurovision Song Contest next year, which is set to be held in Israel, reported TheJournal.ie.

The motion, which calls for the boycott in light of “Israel’s ongoing and grievous violations of international law and international humanitarian law” and the “apartheid policies being applied to the Palestinian people”, is reportedly expected …

Almost 360 British ISIS Fighters Were Not Put On Trial And Are Free To Roam UK
Only 40 of the 400 British ISIS fighters who fought in Syria and Iraq for the terrorist group have been prosecuted on their return to the UK.

The security minister Ben Wallace, in a Commons debate on new counter-terrorism and security proposals, disclosed that only one in ten British ISIS have been prosecuted for “direct action they’ve carried out in Syria” and …

In one interview, John Humphrys shows everything that’s wrong with the BBC
On Radio 4‘s Today programme on 12 June, John Humphrys interviewed David Davis about the government’s Brexit plans. And this one interview provided a perfect example of everything that’s wrong with the BBC.

This was Davis’ first interview since the recent rumours of his threat to resign over the customs union. As such, we might have expected a hard-hitting interview exploring the details of what’s potentially the biggest …

Ken Loach adds to support for a British band who’ve stood up to Israeli bullying
A Scottish band, the Young Fathers, has been bullied to drop its support for Palestinian human rights. But support for its refusal to bow to this pressure is growing. And internationally renowned artists, actors, and activists – including director Ken Loach – stand in solidarity.

This all comes amid a push to raise awareness of Israel’s treatment of Palestinians following its recent massacre of protesters in Gaza. McCarthyite The Ruhrtriennale music festival in Germany has threatened to cancel a Young Fathers performance in August “unless they …