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Red Sea Shipping Traffic Craters as Iran-Backed Houthi Attacks Continue

The Financial Times (FT) reported on Wednesday that container ship traffic through the Red Sea and Suez Canal was down an astonishing 90 percent year-on-year for the first week of January – meaning attacks by the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist of Yemen have almost completely shut down one of the world’s most vital shipping lanes.

A ship transits the Suez Canal towards the Red Sea on January 10, 2024 in Ismailia, Egypt.

#ToryElectionFraud Trends As More Overspending Uncovered

The #ToryElectionFraud hashtag trended on Twitter for hours last night as further discrepancies between declared and actual spending by the Conservative Party at the General Election last year emerged. Channel 4 News reported last night that another Tory agent and


Grant Shapps: Wikipedia Users Colluding Against Me

Former Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps has failed to unmask a mystery Wikipedia contributor who he alleges altered his page, because key emails were deleted. Shapps has alleged the incident proves “collusion” against him. Shapps faced accusations in the run-up to

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Shapps Case Raises Questions For Wikipedia And The Guardian

The Guardian reader’s editor is investigating complaints against the newspaper after it reported leaked information that former Cabinet Minister Grant Shapps edited his own Wikipedia page and that of other Conservative ministers via a “sockpuppet” account. The claims were made by