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Archbishop Hits Out At ‘Ludicrous’ Project Fear

One of Britain’s most senior bishops has hit out at Project Fear, describing Chancellor George Osborne’s warning of economic doom in the event of Brexit as “ludicrous”. Peter Smith, the Catholic Archbishop of Southwark, bemoaned the fact the European Union


WATCH: Senior Economist Shoots Down Project Fear

Claims that Brexit would lead to economic meltdown are greatly exaggerated, a senior economist has said. Roger Bootle, a former Group Chief Economist for HSBC bank, said that recent figures from the Treasury suggesting a new recession if Britain votes


Report: Islamists Working At Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport

French authorities fear that radical Islamists may have slipped through the net to gain security clearance to work at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport. Detectives are already investigating CCTV footage from the airport to determine whether an employee may have


Islamists Planning Terror Abroad Face Life Imprisonment

British-born jihadists who plan to travel abroad and join terror groups should face up to life imprisonment, Britain’s most senior judge has said. Current jail terms for crimes that threaten democratic governments and the lives of innocent civilians are far


Project Fear: Cameron Claims Islamic State Backs Brexit

British Prime Minister David Cameron took “Project Fear” to another level today as he claimed Islamic State would be “happy” if Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU). Speaking in London, Mr Cameron claimed that the terror group’s chief,


Revealed: Greece Could Scupper TTIP In Argument Over Cheese

The Greek government is ready to veto the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal unless its feta cheese industry receives special protections. A document from the country’s Ministry of Economy, seen by, says Athens is not optimistic about


Chief Rabbi Denied Vote In London Mayoral Election

Britain’s Chief Rabbi was one of a number of angry voters turned away from polling stations today after an administrative error in the London Borough of Barnet left thousands of people off the electoral register. Ephraim Mirvis and his wife