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Dave Lee Travis Guilty of Indecent Assault

Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis has been found guilty on one count of indecent assault. Travis, whose real name is David Griffin, had been on trial for indecently assaulting two women and sexually assaulting a third. 23 Sep 2014, 6:46 AM PDT

Parliament Recall To Coincide With UKIP Conference

Rumours are now rife in Westminster that Parliament will be recalled on Friday to debate the governments response to the latest US-led attacks on ISIS. The recall is said to be timed to avoid both Labour and Conservative Party Conferences, but instead will be right in the middle of UKIPs. 23 Sep 2014, 5:35 AM PDT

Ukraine Crisis 'Risks Recession for Europe'

Mohamed El-Erian, the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE, warned that global markets do not fully appreciate the risk posed by the Ukrainian crisis, a conflict which could push Europe into recession. 23 Sep 2014, 1:55 AM PDT

Israel Military Shoots Down Syrian Aircraft

The Israeli military says it has shot down a Syrian aircraft that infiltrated its airspace over the Golan Heights. The military says a "Syrian aircraft infiltrated into Israeli air space" on Tuesday morning. It says the military "intercepted the aircraft in mid-flight, using the Patriot air defense system." 23 Sep 2014, 1:48 AM PDT

Sin Tax and Spend: Labour Goes Back to Its Old Ways

Today at the Labour Party Conference, Ed Miliband is due to give the main speech. It is based on a ten-year plan to support the NHS with a "mansion tax" on homes worth more than £2 million and a windfall tax on tobacco companies. He also wants to fund a 10p starting income tax ban by scrapping the marriage tax rate. 23 Sep 2014, 1:45 AM PDT

It Looks Like Ed Miliband is Going to Become Prime Minister by Default

On Sunday night, Ed Miliband stood on a stage in front of a crowded room alongside the black flag of Islamic State. A few minutes later, he was photographed next to a picture of Joseph Stalin. The Labour leader was speaking at the conference party of the New Statesman magazine, and those images were past covers of that publication which had been projected onto a screen behind him 23 Sep 2014, 1:37 AM PDT

WHO: Ebola Cases to Triple to 20,000 by November

The number of Ebola infections will triple to 20,000 by November, soaring by the thousands every week if efforts are not significantly stepped up to stop the outbreak, the WHO warned Tuesday 23 Sep 2014, 1:34 AM PDT

Child Rape Reward for 'Useless' British Suicide Jihadis

An ISIS fighter captured by Iraqi Kurds has told local media that British jihadists are often considered “useless” by ISIS top brass and are good for nothing else but suicide squads, but regardless enjoy all the ‘perks’ of ISIS life, including the systematic rape of captured women, some of whom are as young as nine years old. 23 Sep 2014, 1:24 AM PDT

Child Abuse Victim: I Was Raped 1,800 Times by Satanic Cult Members

A new book has expressed in detail the sexual activities of a satanic sex cult that apparently controlled a single cul-de-sac in the village of Kidwelly, Wales, and submitted a young girl from the age of seven to varied sexual abuse in a bid to appease the imagined God of an Edwardian sadist. 23 Sep 2014, 1:22 AM PDT

Al-Qaeda Splinter Khorasan 'More Dangerous' Than ISIS

Western intelligence services claim to have identified an Al-Qaeda splinter group which is attempting to use the influx of Westerners to Syria as a vector to launch a new wave of 9/11 style attacks on the west, but frustratingly almost nothing is known about them. 23 Sep 2014, 1:20 AM PDT

Farmers Burn Tax and Insurance Offices to the Ground in Protest Against Falling Living Standards

Around 100 French farmers have burned a tax office and agricultural insurance office to the ground, in protest at falling living standards which they blame on red tape. The farmers are reported to have used their tractors to prevent firefighting trucks from reaching the blaze, an action which the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls decried as “particularly shocking.” 22 Sep 2014

Britain Donates £12 Million to Calais in Bid to Stem Flow of Migrants

The British government has pledged to spend £12 million ($19.6 million) on boosting security measures in the French port of Calais, following a number of incidents in recent weeks in which illegal immigrants have attempted to storm the port and hitch a ride on vehicles passing through it. The money will also be spent on information films designed to educate migrants about “the reality of illegal migration and its consequences for the UK”, according to the Daily Mail. 22 Sep 2014

The Return of Stern: Climate Alarmist Report Roundly Panned by Fellow Economist

Lord Stern, author of a landmark 2006 report on climate change that led to him being dubbed “the most dangerous man you’ve never heard of,” has written a second report recommending basing the world’s economies around climate policy. Colloquially known as ‘Stern 2.0’, the ‘Better Growth, Better Climate’ report from the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate also contains dire warnings on the threat of global warming, despite no warming having been recorded now for 18 years. 22 Sep 2014

Miliband Refuses to Support English Devolution in Tandem With Scotland

As the United Kingdom moves towards the concept of federalism, it seems England would remain the only country without its own parliament and devolved decision making powers under a Labour government, as opposition leader Ed Miliband repeatedly refuses to give his support to a permanent answer to the long-standing ‘West Lothian question’. 22 Sep 2014

In Depth: How Did John Cantlie Come to be Captured Twice by ISIS?

John Cantlie has featured in ISIS’s latest propaganda video in a bizarre ‘chat-show’ style film, in his second period of incarceration with ISIS, having already escaped captivity in 2012 and subsequently allowed himself to be recaptured. The period leading up to the latest film is filled with intrigue and important questions, most pertinently how did he manage to become a captive of ISIS twice 22 Sep 2014

Gay Club Criticised for Mock ISIS Execution Poster

An Israeli gay club has mocked up an ISIS execution to promote one of its club nights. The poster, which has solicited a wave of criticism online, features two men in the desert wearing similar colours to the execution videos featuring the British terrorist 'Jihad John'. 22 Sep 2014

Ultra-Orthodox, Jewish, Anti-Women Posters Removed by Local Council

A London council has removed ambiguous posters placed around the borough by orthodox Jews for their Torah procession, which took place earlier this week. The posters, which read “Women should please walk along this side of the road only,” were designed by the Jewish community to ensure that men and women who were not married or related didn’t touch during the procession, as their religion demands, but the local councillor deemed the posters “offensive” and had them removed. 22 Sep 2014

Row Erupts Over Plans to Teach Muslim Pupils About Jesus

A row has erupted within the Cabinet at Westminster over plans by the education secretary Nicky Morgan to force Muslim students to learn about other religions. Morgan, who took over as education secretary from Michael Gove in the last reshuffle in July, plans to introduce the measure in the wake of the ‘Trojan Horse’ plot by radical Muslims to take over Birmingham schools, the Mail on Sunday has reported. 22 Sep 2014

Wife of UK hostage issues plea to militants

The wife of a British aid worker held hostage by the Islamic State group has issued a statement pleading for the militants to release him and respond to her messages "before it is too late." 21 Sep 2014

Thousands Take to the Streets Worldwide to Demand More Taxes, Less Energy

Tens of thousands of people are taking to the streets in 150 countries around the world today to demand that their leaders do more to tackle climate change ahead of a United Nations summit on the subject due to begin in New York, USA tomorrow. The ‘People’s Climate March’ is being hailed as “the biggest global call-to-action on climate change in history,” and is already underway in London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin and New York, amongst hundreds of other locations. 21 Sep 2014

Ukip Surge to 23 Percent in Latest Poll

A Survation poll has put Ukip support at the next general election on 23 percent, a mere seven points behind the Conservatives, and just eleven behind the Labour Party. The poll was conducted online on Friday on behalf of the Daily Mail to ascertain the popular response to the results of the Scottish referendum on independence, which was held last Thursday. 21 Sep 2014

Salmond Resigns, His Dream in Tatters

This week Scotland voted “No Thanks” to independence, choosing in record numbers to remain part of the United Kingdom. After a two and a half year campaign and a last-minute leap in the polls, Salmond and his party just missed the mark, losing to the Better Together campaign 55 percent to 45 percent. 20 Sep 2014

Belgium Thwarts Jihadist Attacks: Report

Belgian authorities have prevented several attacks by jihadist fighters returning home from Syria and by sympathisers with the Islamic State extremist group, a report said Saturday. 20 Sep 2014

ISIS Frees 49 Hostages as Turkey Denies Paying Ransom

The self-proclaimed Islamic State has freed 49 Turkish hostages from the country's besieged consulate in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. The freed men were greeted with crowds waving Turkish flags when they arrived back in the city of Ankara early Saturday morning. 20 Sep 2014

Why Men Cheat WITH Me, But Not on Me

I've never been cheated on, obviously. But I know a cheater when I see one, which is perhaps why I've been invited to host and judge the first National Adultery Awards later this month. The Awards are run by Illicit Encounters, a website that says it's the UK's number one dating service for married people. Yes. Just let that sink in for a minute. 20 Sep 2014


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