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More Knives Out For Miliband, Labour MPs Doubt Leadership Skills

Ed Miliband faced new questions over his leadership today, after weeks of series concerns about his ability to lead the party into the General Election next year. A former shadow cabinet member admitted in the Guardian that it is a 'challenge' to get voters engaged with Mr Miliband, whom the paper described as a 'Hampstead intellectual and policy wonk'. 28 Nov 2014, 8:45 AM PDT

The Scottish Nationalists Lost the Referendum, So Stop Treating Edinburgh as the Capital of Britain

It must be the memory playing tricks, but some of us could have sworn that when we woke up last 19 September to the result of the Scottish independence referendum, the SNP had lost. Not just lost, but been defeated by a barrowload of votes – a 10 per cent majority for the No campaign – with 28 out of the 32 voting regions rejecting Alex Salmond and all his works and pomps. 28 Nov 2014, 7:14 AM PDT

Black Friday Madness Comes To Britain

Two years ago almost no British people had heard of it, but this year Black Friday has become the latest American craze to cross the pond. At shops up and down the UK punters fought to get their hands on discounters toasters and TVs. 28 Nov 2014, 6:10 AM PDT

Syria Activists Mourn 'Death' of Revolution

With regime troops and jihadists battling for control of Syria, sidelined activists who led a pro-democracy uprising in 2011 say their revolution has died along with their dreams of freedom. 28 Nov 2014, 6:00 AM PDT

Hong Kong Protest Movement's Unlikely Teen Leader

At age 14, he stepped into the spotlight to take on — and ultimately help defeat — Hong Kong authorities' plans to launch a "national education" curriculum, calling it a ploy to brainwash the city's youth with unquestioned support for the Chinese Communist Party. 28 Nov 2014, 5:55 AM PDT

Sainsbury's Christmas Truce Ad Is Poignant and Beautifully Made

Sainsbury's new Christmas advertising campaign is both beautifully made and very worthy and will, no doubt, help the hyper-grocer sell lots of mince pies, turkeys and Christmas puds! It is also reasonably accurate, apart from the men being far too well-groomed and clean-shaven. I don’t suppose grubby Tommies and Fritzes in rat-infested, insanitary trenches is quite the right image for a supermarket sales campaign. 28 Nov 2014, 5:50 AM PDT

Royal Society: Leave the Somerset Levels to Flood

The Royal Society has released a report claiming that the campaign to save the Somerset levels from flooding is a triumph of politics over science. They argue that, as the floods affect agricultural land and not homes, it is of less importance when allocating flood defences. They also call on farmers to rethink their expectations over flooding in the light of climate change, and to adapt by planting different crops. 28 Nov 2014, 5:02 AM PDT

Cameron's Plan to End the Migration Surge. Yeah, Right.

David Cameron has talked a good game in his speech today on immigration and Britain's relationship with the EU. He had to, obviously, because if he hadn't pulled something out of the hat everyone who hasn't already left the Conservative party to join UKIP would have done so by now. 28 Nov 2014, 4:18 AM PDT

Russian Doctor Rebellion Causes Headache for Putin

Dr. Semyon Galperin spent a decade in medical research in Russia and as much time in the United States, working at top hospitals and research companies. Despite his expertise, Galperin was recently given a stark ultimatum from the Moscow hospital where he works: Leave or stay on as a lowly hospital attendant. 28 Nov 2014, 3:12 AM PDT

French MPs to Debate Recognition of Palestine

French lawmakers were to debate on Friday a motion urging the government to recognise Palestine as a state, amid growing European frustration at the moribund Middle East peace process. The symbolic motion is expected to pass comfortably on December 2 when the lower house of parliament votes on the text proposed by the ruling Socialists. 28 Nov 2014, 3:07 AM PDT

Former Cabinet Minister 'Pictured With Naked Boy', Claims MP

A former cabinet minister was photographed in a sauna with a naked boy at a hotel that is now believed to have been the centre of the Westminster paedophile ring. The photo formed part of evidence amassed by the former owner of the Elm Guest House in West London but has since been lost, according to Tory MP Zac Goldsmith. 28 Nov 2014, 2:32 AM PDT

Cameron to Outline New Migrant Benefits Restrictions, Indicates He May Be Prepared to Leave EU

Migrants will have to wait at least four years before receiving welfare payments and social housing, the Prime Minister is expected to say today. Speaking in the West Midlands, David Cameron will say that major changes to Britain's immigration rules will be an "absolute requirement" when negotiating with the EU, and will even indicate that he could be prepared to leave the bloc. 28 Nov 2014, 1:15 AM PDT

University of East Anglia Bans UKIP From Speaking On Campus

The University of East Anglia Students' Union has stopped a speaker meeting going ahead tonight on their Norwich campus because UKIP had been invited. The event was organised by the Political Debating Society but a student launched a campaign to prevent UKIP from participating. 27 Nov 2014

Charity Workers Furious at Tony Blair's 'Save the Children' Award

Let us now praise famous men. This line from Ecclesiasticus 44:1 today finds human form in one Anthony Charles Lynton Blair. Last week the former prime minister was presented with something called the Global Legacy Award by the Save the Children charity at their 2nd Annual Illumination Gala in New York. 27 Nov 2014

Snapshot: How Avoidable Scandals Destroy Stupid Politicians

Former Conservative chief whip Andrew Mitchell today lost his long-running libel case against The Sun newspaper, and with it quite possibly his political career. As yet another politician is destroyed by a needless act of sheer stupidity it makes you wonder about the calibre of our MPs. 27 Nov 2014

Food Poisoning Bug Found on 70 Percent of UK Chickens

Some 70 percent of fresh chickens on sale in Britain are contaminated with a food poisoning bug, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said on Thursday, warning that retailers must raise their game. A six-month survey of chilled whole birds found that 18 percent also tested positive at the highest level of contamination for campylobacter, the government body said. 27 Nov 2014

Swiss Urged to Stop Eating Cats and Dogs

Potentially hundreds of thousands of people in Switzerland eat cats and dogs, an animal rights group has claimed after launching a petition to ban the practice. Campaigners claim a quarter of a million people indulge in the ‘traditional but secretive’ consumption of domesticated animals, with dog meat used mainly in sausages while cat meat is cooked with herbs and stewed in white wine. 27 Nov 2014

Watch: UKIP Launch New Immigration Advert

UKIP have launched a new campaign advert claiming the Conservatives have failed on immigration. It points out the failure of Conservative ministers to succeed in their pledge to bring down net migration to "tens of thousands within this parliament" 27 Nov 2014

Scottish Government To Get More Powers On Tax And Welfare

The Scottish Government is to be granted more powers following a report published today by Lord Smith. Under the plans a third of taxes will be controlled by Scotland and just a fifth of welfare spending, leading to concerns the new system lacks transparency. 27 Nov 2014

Australian Batsman Hughes Dies from Head Injury

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died Thursday from a "catastrophic" injury to his head, two days after being struck by a delivery during a match. Australia captain Michael Clarke, trying to compose himself several times, read a brief statement on behalf of Hughes' parents, brother and sister at a news conference at St. Vincent's Hospital that was broadcast live around Australia. 27 Nov 2014

Pope Visits Turkey Amid Christian-Muslim Tensions

When a pope last visited Turkey — Benedict XVI in 2006 — Muslim-Catholic tensions were so high that the Vatican added a stop at Istanbul's famed Blue Mosque at the last minute in hopes of showing Benedict's respect for Islam. 27 Nov 2014

14 Somali Men Convicted of Running Prostitute Ring

A court in Bristol has heard about a sickening gang of Somali men who groomed underage girls and forced them into a life of rape and sexual abuse. The thirteen men abused girls as young as 13 and tricked them into thinking they were their girlfriends. 27 Nov 2014

Syrian Troops Kill 30 Rebels Near Damascus

Syrian government forces have killed at least 30 rebels in an ambush in the suburbs of Damascus where troops and allied gunmen have been on the offensive for weeks, activists and state media said Thursday. 27 Nov 2014

UK Court to Rule on Landmark 'Pregnancy Crime' Case

A British court is to rule on whether a woman committed a "crime of violence" against her child by drinking heavily during pregnancy, in a case that has raised concerns about criminalising mothers. 27 Nov 2014

Sarkozy Tipped to Lead Party in First Step Back to Presidency

First the dramatic comeback, then the frenzied campaign, and now France's ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy is limbering up for his potential springboard back into office: the leadership of his right-wing UMP party. Pollsters expect the 59-year-old to sail through a vote on Saturday to head his bitterly divided party despite his much-heralded return to politics largely seen as having fallen flat. 27 Nov 2014

Net Migration to Britain Soars to 260,000 in Blow to Cameron

In a serious blow to Prime Minister David Cameron, new figures reveal that net migration has risen to a record 260,000 per year, leaving his pledge to cut immigration to the tens of thousands in tatters. The data from the Office for National Statistics shows that migration figures were up by 78,000 year-on-year in the 12 months to the end of June. Much of this is from within the EU, with 45,000 extra European Union arrivals. 27 Nov 2014

Van Rompuy: EU Would Survive without UK

The EU would be "wounded" if the UK left, but "dead" without France, outgoing President Herman Van Rompuy has said. His speech, considered to be the final of his five year term as European Council President, came as a new bill for British tax payers was received. 27 Nov 2014

Five Dead in British Embassy Vehicle Attack in Kabul

At least five people have been killed and 30 injured in a suspected suicide attack on a British embassy vehicle in Kabul, an embassy spokesman has said. The explosion hit the east of the Afghan capital at around 10.30am local time this morning, with a giant column of smoke rising into the air around Pul-e-Charkhi Road. 27 Nov 2014

Police Launch Investigation into House of Lords Expenses Scandal

The Police have launched an investigation after a member of the House of Lords was found to have wrongly claimed £3,300 in expenses. Lord Hanningfield signed for £300 a day yet he did little or no parliamentary work. An investigation by the Lords Commissioner for standards, Paul Kernaghan, revealed that over a period of 11 days in July last year, he spent less than 40 minutes on the parliamentary estate. 26 Nov 2014

Government's own Research Shows E-cigs Not a Gateway to Smoking

A report by the ONS shows that e-cigarettes are almost entirely used by people who are trying to give up smoking. Only one in 700 people who regularly ‘vape’ were not smokers previously, the research found. The popularity of e-cigarettes has continued to rise while the number of smokers has been falling, leading many to conclude that there is a link. 26 Nov 2014

Poll: UKIP Replaces Labour as Party of the White, Working Classes

Labour has been trumped by the UK Independence Party as the party of the white, working class voter according to a new poll. In a recent poll YouGov asked voters which party they thought was the party most in touch with the white, working classes. They found that 27 percent of voters thought it was Ukip, against 21 percent who thought it was Labour. 26 Nov 2014

Brothers Jailed for Terror Training Plot

Two brothers have been jailed after they pleaded guilty to conspiring to attend a terrorist training camp in Syria. Mohommod Nawaz, 30, was given a four-and-a-half year sentence, while younger brother Hamza, 24, received three years. The pair were intercepted in September upon their return to Britain at the port of Dover. They were carrying bullets and pictures as trophies when they were arrested. 26 Nov 2014

Why Conservatives Need to Work Together on Social Media

I didn't know a huge amount about Miss Jack Monroe until the other day. Frankly, I’m not interested in knowing anything more about her either. However, this whole saga has demonstrated just how important it is that conservatives stick together and use social media in the fight against left-wing hate mobs. 26 Nov 2014

Juncker's €315bn Giveaway Dismissed as Gimmick

The €315bn “New Deal” for investment and growth in the EU was today dismissed as “chicken feed” by a leading academic. Professor Charles Wyplosz from Geneva University dismissed the proclamations by President Juncker and said “it won’t do anything to kick-start growth”. 26 Nov 2014

Rail Travellers Urged to 'Run and Hide' in the Event of a Mumbai-Style Attack

The British Transport Police have been handing out leaflets to commuters all across the country urging them to “run, hide and tell” in the event of a Mumbai-style terrorist attack on Britain’s railways. Featuring images of commuters cowering in the dark, Police have justified the leaflet as an attempt to keep commuters safe but members of the public have taken to Twitter to mock and ridicule it. 26 Nov 2014

Campaigning under Way in Liberia Despite Ebola

Campaigning is under way for Senate elections in Liberia, another sign that Ebola is loosening its deadly grip on the West African country even as it hits the capital of neighboring Sierra Leone with increasing force. 26 Nov 2014

Scientific Proof That Public Debate Is Dominated By Stupid People

Have you ever picked up a newspaper, read a story about the teaching unions and thought: how on earth did these people get into positions of influence? Why is everyone so stupid? Well, you're not alone. And, if a graph that landed on my desk yesterday is right, there's a scientific basis for your frustration: you're probably a lot smarter than they are. 26 Nov 2014

'Pick-up Artist' Blanc Banned from Singapore

Singapore on Wednesday banned US-based "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc from entering the country to conduct seminars after over 8,000 people signed a petition accusing him of legitimising "sexual assault and predation". The move by the Southeast Asian city-state follows a similar ban by Britain last week. 26 Nov 2014

New Thai Tourism Strategy: 'I Hate Thailand'

It's been a bad year for tourism in Thailand, and at first glance it looked like a new YouTube video was adding to the misery. The video called "I Hate Thailand" drew more than 1 million views within days of being posted last week. 26 Nov 2014

Hong Kong Arrests Student Leaders

Student leaders of Hong Kong protests were arrested early Wednesday as police continued clearing the barricades of pro-democracy demonstrators, social media and news reports said. 26 Nov 2014

In Britain, U.S. Turkey Dinner is Big for Business

Plump turkeys in butcher shop windows. Harvest displays of pumpkin and corn. Sandwich boards describing groaning feasts. Thanksgiving isn't a holiday in Britain, but you might be forgiven for being fooled. It's not hard to find someone to talk turkey, never mind sell you one. That's because there are so many Americans in Britain these days that dozens of businesses have started selling the goods they need to celebrate. 26 Nov 2014

British Third Quarter Growth Confirmed at 0.7 Percent

British economic growth slowed to 0.7 percent in the third quarter of 2014 from output in the previous three months, official data showed Wednesday, confirming the previous estimate. Economic output in the July-September period was propelled by consumer spending, the Office for National Statistics said in a statement. 26 Nov 2014

Nick Clegg Admits Migrant Benefit Rules Need Changing

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has admitted that the rules on open door immigration from Europe need changing as his party scored another humiliating result in the latest by-election. In an article in the Financial Times, the Deputy Prime Minister demonstrates how attitudes towards immigration have moved on, following the second victory in a row for Nigel Farage’s UKIP. 26 Nov 2014

'Honeypot' Britain Pays Out £5 Billion in Tax Credits to EU Migrants Each Year

Britain pays out £5 billion a year to 415,000 foreign nationals each year, according to figures from the think tank Open Europe. The top-up means that a minimum wage earner from Poland can double their salary by moving to the UK, and a Bulgarian national can see their wages rise by more than 250 percent by coming to the UK. A senior Tory MP said that Britain is becoming a “honeypot nation.” 26 Nov 2014

For The Tory Party, May 2015 Will Be an Extinction Event

"Events in the course of the war have today taken a turn not necessarily to the advantage of the Empire of Japan." In those uber-euphemistic words, couched in court Japanese to soften their brutal meaning, Emperor Hirohito broadcast to his nation the news of Japan's surrender in 1945. 26 Nov 2014

Six Tory Cabinet Ministers Would Quit an Unreformed EU

At least six Cabinet members are said to favour Britain leaving the European Union on the current terms of membership according to senior party figures. The admission follows a speech delivered by ousted ex-minister Owen Patterson, who has called for a British withdrawal from the EU. His remarks draw a line in the sand between the two factions of the Conservative Party, and have been widely recognised as a bid to lead the “Out” campaign in a referendum on EU membership. 25 Nov 2014

Facebook 'Could Have Stopped Lee Rigby Murder'

Facebook failed to notify authorities of a message from one of Lee Rigby's killers in which he threatened to kill a soldier. Michael Adebowale used the site to contact another extremist, discussing his plans five months before carrying out the murder of Fusilier Rigby on a street in Woolwich, London. 25 Nov 2014

Black Friday Shopping Catches on in UK

Halloween and Mother's Day have become staples of the U.K. shopping calendar. Now Black Friday looks as though it may be the next big retail import from the United States. 25 Nov 2014

Tunisia's Anti-Islamist Essebsi Leads Presidential Vote

The head of Tunisia's anti-Islamist Nidaa Tounes party, Beji Caid Essebsi, leads the country's presidential election with 39.46 percent of votes, six percentage points ahead of incumbent Moncef Marzouki, results showed Tuesday. Because there was no outright winner, a second round of voting will now be held, with the date depending on any appeals, the head of the ISIE elections body Chafik Sarsar told reporters. 25 Nov 2014

Dewani Honeymoon Murder Case Decision Delayed

British businessman Shrien Dewani will have to wait two weeks to see whether a South African judge throws out charges that he organised the murder of his bride on their honeymoon. 25 Nov 2014

Boy, 13, Rapes Classmate After Sex-Ed Class

A Welsh council is reviewing its policies on sex education after a 13 year-old girl was pinned-down and raped by her classmate on school property after taking a sex-ed lesson together. The attack, in which the 13-year-old boy asked the girl whether she wanted to “try sex” after the class, took place two years ago, but only came to light earlier this month after the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted the crime in a 'youth court'. 25 Nov 2014

Sunday Mornings too Inconvenient for Church… Says Church of England

The Church of England has cast doubt over the ongoing viability of Sunday morning church services in a modern, busy world. Mid-week services are being touted as a more modern-life friendly alternative, as latest figures show that attendances at midweek services in cathedrals have doubled over the last decade, whereas Sunday attendance continues to fall. 25 Nov 2014

Universities 'Must Ban Hate Preachers' Says May

Universities will be forced to ban hate preachers under new rules issued by the Home Secretary. The announcement, reported in the Daily Mail, was part of a package of measures she revealed yesterday to tackle the growing threat of jihadis here in the UK. 25 Nov 2014

MEPs to Vote on Recognising Palestine as a 'State'

Euro MPs are set to vote to recognise the state of Palestine in a move designed to put pressure on EU member nations to do the same. The movement to recognise Palestine as a state has been gaining ground on the continent since Sweden decided to officially recognise it on 30 October this year. 25 Nov 2014

Law Society Apologises, Withdraws Guidance on Sharia Law

Guidance to solicitors on how to draw up sharia wills in accordance with British law has been withdrawn after criticism by the justice secretary and campaign groups, with the body responsible offering apologies for the works which one group said "legitimised sharia law". 25 Nov 2014

Class War: Labour Threatens Private School Tax Breaks

Private school educated Dr Tristram Hunt has said that a Labour government would launch an attack on independent schools claiming charity tax breaks. Writing in The Guardian, Dr Hunt, who went to £18,000 a year University College School in Hampstead, said that "private schools have done too little for too long." 25 Nov 2014

Britain Wins 3 International Emmys

Britain's Stephen Dillane and the Netherlands' Bianca Krijgsman won the top acting prizes Monday night at the 42nd International Emmy Awards in which the honors were spread among eight countries. 25 Nov 2014

Hong Kong Police Remove More Mongkok Barricades

Hong Kong authorities Tuesday tore down barricades at a protest site in Mongkok, the scene of some of the more violent clashes to take place during nearly two months of pro-democracy sit-ins. 25 Nov 2014

Abortions Sky Rocket in Vietnam

At a small Hanoi cemetery, Nguyen Van Thao opens a fridge and pulls out a bag of bloody foetuses to prepare for burial -- a grim reminder that Vietnam has one of the highest abortion rates in the world. 25 Nov 2014

Hundreds of Migrants on Ship Stranded off Crete

A freighter carrying hundreds of migrants trying to enter Europe is drifting in high winds off the island of Crete, and Greek authorities have launched a rescue mission with five ships. 25 Nov 2014

Are U.S.-Style Culture Wars Coming to Britain?

Forever, it seems, Britain has been a divided nation. At least that is what the last two centuries of political discourse in this country tell us, before you accuse me of going all Karl Marx. One of my earliest political memories is reading ‘Sybil’, the Conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli’s novel analysing inequality in nineteenth century Britain. 25 Nov 2014

Owen Paterson makes his bid for the Iron Throne

Today Owen Paterson declared war on the Vichy wing of the Conservative party by telling them exactly like it is: Britain's ongoing membership of the EU is a disaster; we'd be much better off out;  the only reason we ever joined it in the first place is because the founding fathers of the EU lied about their true intentions, aided and abetted by equally mendacious useful idiots like Prime Ministers Harold Macmillan, Harold Wilson and Edward Heath. If we'd known what we were getting ourselves into we would never have given up our sovereignty; and we'd all be a lot freer and richer as a result. 25 Nov 2014


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