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Clegg Slams Cameron’s EU Decision

Nick Clegg has this morning launched a scathing attack at PM David Cameron over his decision to veto changes to the EU treaty. Clegg said he was “bitterly disappointed by the outcome of last week’s summit, precisely because I think now there is a danger that the UK will be isolated and marginalised within the […]

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Nigerian Senate Pass Bill to Ban Same Sex Marriages Despite a Threat From the West to Withhold Aid

By Natalie Clark The Nigerian Senate have passed a bill banning same-sex marriages, despite a threat from the UK to withhold aid from nations violating gay rights. The bill, that was passed on the 29th November, calls for a fourteen year sentence for anyone convicted of homosexuality, including public displays of affection, same-sex marriages, and […]

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“False and Unproved Accusations” Over Sexual Misconduct Force Cain to End His Presidential Campaign

By Vanessa Martinez, California Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain suspended his campaign on Saturday. Cain broke the news at a rally in Atlanta. His decision came as a result of the rise of “false and unproved accusations”. “As of today, with a lot of prayer and soul searching, I am suspending my presidential campaign” said […]

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Subaru Unveil the Stunning BRZ

By Rob Sullivan For years we’ve been used to the line of exciting Subarus consisting basically of the Impreza, Legacy and Forester and perhaps only the Impreza can be classed as ‘exciting’. But there’s a new contender on the way: the BRZ. In fact, it’s the sister of the up-and-coming Toyata GT86 and visually this is […]

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Round up of Today’s Major News

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Europe is working towards starting a “fiscal union” in an attempt to resolve the Euro crisis. Merkel has called for much stricter controls over budgets across Europe. After weeks of suggestions of a Europe wide fiscal union, Merkel’s actions have steadied stock markets across the globe. A British soldier […]

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Algeria: Preserving Their Culture, While Moving on From Their Past

Naila Missous recalls her time in Algeria and looks at the past, present and future of the country. It is very difficult to write in a casual way about what is happening in the African continent. I’ve personally had some good times in Algiers, and almost everything about Algeria is interesting; however, it is also very […]

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Woman Arrested For Racist Rant on London Tram

By Natalie Clark Emma West, 34 of New Addington in London appeared before magistrates today following her arrest on Monday night, after a worldwide web outcry of thousands prompted the British Transport Police to launch an investigation. The clip, which was uploaded onto YouTube on Sunday, shows West, with a child sat on her lap, […]

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A Look Back at the Tragic Loss of Gary Speed, 1969-2011

James Chadderton looks back over the passing of Gary Speed this weekend. On Saturday 26th November I began my weekend ritual by watching Football Focus on BBC1 like every football fan does. Gary Mcallister and Gary Speed were this week’s guests and the show was as interesting and insightful as ever. You could see the camaraderie […]

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Leveson Inquiry Latest: Chris Jefferies Was “Shamelessly Vilified” by the British Press

By Simon Farnsworth Chris Jefferies who was wrongly arrested for the murder of Joanna Yeates has appeared at the Leveson Inquiry to talk about the tabloid “witch hunt” he experienced. The 65-year-old retired school teacher said he was “shamelessly vilified” by the British press after he was arrested on suspicion of murdering Miss Yeates. He was […]

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Heathrow Set to Grind to a Halt Amid New Strike Action

Passengers will face up to 12 hour delays next week when immigration officers go out on strike over cuts to their pensions. Heathrow operators, BAA have been holding frantic talks with the UK Border Agency and airlines in a last ditch attempt to avoid long delays for its passengers. 2 million public sector employees are […]

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