The Islamic Group Boko Haram Threatens UK Again   »

                                  The extremist Islamic group Boko Haram, active in Nigeria during the latest weeks, claimed the kidnapping of 276 girl students, and threatened to that they will sell the girls for prostitution. USA and Great Britain offered technical support [...]

Scotland to Be Independent? What Would Happen Next? »

The boss of the London administration has not intention to resign if the September referendum will lead to the separation of Scotland from Great Britain, says Reuters. According to David Cameron, the “separation of the poor”, the Scottish, which are threatened to vote against the separation, only has a consultative purpose. Scotland will organize a [...]

Extremists Gain Political Capital in England »

With less than one month before the Euro Parliament Elections, and with one year before the general elections in the United Kingdom, the extremist party UKIP became the most popular. It is the first time when another party besides the traditional ones is on the first place in the preferences of people. UKIP is the [...]

The Thai Protesters Are Ready To Form a New Government »

The Thai protesters that are in the streets for quite a while, protesting against their government, announced that they are ready to for a new one. They say that the interim government lead by Niwatthamrong Boonsongpaisan is illegitimate. The government came in power yesterday, after the resignation of the former Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, member [...]

£50 million power bill saving ‘to be brought to northern Scotland’ »

By Laura Moulden A £50 million power bill saving is to be brought to northern Scotland through the Hydro Benefit Replacement Scheme, the government has announced.

Eric Pickles advises local authorities to cut trade union spending
2 Mar
2013
Written by LaurenGrice

Eric Pickles advises local authorities to cut trade union spending »

By Lauren Grice Local government secretary Eric Pickles has advised local authorities on how to cut spending by reviewing taxpayer funding of trade unions.

European unemployment nears 12 per cent
1 Mar
2013
Written by LaurenGrice

European unemployment nears 12 per cent »

By Lauren Grice Unemployment in the euro area hit 11.9 per cent in January 2013, Eurostat has revealed today (March 1st).

Undercover policing needs overhaul, say MPs
1 Mar
2013
Written by LauraMoulden

Undercover policing needs overhaul, say MPs »

By Laura Moulden Undercover policing in the UK requires a “root and branch” overhaul, MPs have warned today (March 1st).

RBS reveals £5.2 billion lost in ‘chastening’ year
28 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

RBS reveals £5.2 billion lost in ‘chastening’ year »

By Gerald Heneghan Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has revealed it suffered a pre-tax loss of more than £5 billion in 2012.

Nick Clegg: Sex claims contributed to Lord Rennard resignation
27 Feb
2013
Written by LauraMoulden

Nick Clegg: Sex claims contributed to Lord Rennard resignation »

By Laura Moulden Nick Clegg has admitted recent claims regarding sexually inappropriate behaviour contributed to the resignation of former Liberal Democrat chief executive Lord Rennard.

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