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Conservatism under Thatcher shows its ugly head after the Toxteth riots

By Josh Wells Cabinet documents were released this week showing how former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Geoffrey Howe, put forward incredibly tough proposals for Liverpool, such as the managed decline of the city, after the Toxeth riots. Howe argued that the money could have been better spent elsewhere and that the resources required to help […]

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Magnitude 6.8 quake hits Japan

By Hannah Masterson A strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 struck off the coast of Japan today, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported. The earthquake hit 468 kilometers (302 miles) south-southwest of Tokyo at a depth of 348 kilometers, according to the USGS. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The Pacific […]

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33 killed as cyclone tears through eastern Indian coast

By Hannah Masterson 33 people were killed as lashing winds up to 135mph and heavy rain ripped through India’s south-eastern coastline yesterday as Cyclone Thane roared onshore. The storm uprooted trees, tore traffic signals from their posts and sent shards of glass and other debris whizzing through the air. Thane hit the states of Andhra […]

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‘Expect no change’ under new North Korean leader

By Alex Jones  North Korea’s powerful National Defence Commission has warned the international community not to “expect any change” from their new leader, Kim Jong-Un. The National Defence Commission’s statement was read on state TV and quashed international hope that North Korea would enter the international community. The statement launched a scathing attack on their South Korean […]

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Mysterious man hands out envelopes of £50 at random to spread some Christmas cheer

By Simon Farnsworth Shoppers at a Tesco supermarket in a sleepy Devonshire town were given envelopes containing £50 by a mysterious man shortly before Christmas. There were no strings attached, the generous mysterious shopper just wanted to spread good will this Christmas. The unidentified man walked into the supermarket near Tiverton, Devon with a rucksack […]

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Teenager killed on crowded Oxford Street and a second stabbed during Boxing Day sales rush

By Natalie Clark A young man was stabbed to death yesterday during the busy Boxing Day sales in London. The tragedy occurred outside the Oxford Street branch of the shoe shop Foot Locker, near to the junction with Stratford Place. At 13:45 GMT police were called to the scene at a time when the bargain-searching […]

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Brazil overtakes British economy in World Economic League Table

By Simon Farnsworth The Brazilian economy has overtaken Britain’s, according to The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR). CEBR’s report showed how the Brazilian economy is now the sixth biggest in the world having grown 7.5% this year. Britain’s fall was mirrored by other European countries as Asian countries strengthened their position against their Western […]

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The reality of women in the Middle East

By Naila Missous Women of the Middle East. Oh, those poor oppressed souls.  Forced to cover themselves from head to toe by their polygamous husbands who consider them like a commodity. Or are they? The issue of religion is somewhat governed by the Western media with regards to women. A clear remembrance of this fact […]

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South American giants apply heavy pressure on Falkland Island’s sovereignty

By Josh Wells Many of Argentina’s allies are applying heavy pressure on the Falklands Island in an attempt to submit their sovereignty to Argentina. The Mercosur bloc  (which is a customs union in South America) has recently implemented extremely tough trade restrictions on the Falklands Island by closing all their ports to ships that fly the Falklands flag. Prime […]

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Queen visits Prince Phillip in hospital

The Queen has visited Prince Phillip in hospital today after he underwent an operation on a blocked coronary artery last night. The Prince was taken by helicopter from Sandringham to Cambridge where he was treated at  Papworth hospital late yesterday evening. The 90-year-old then had a successful invasive procedure of coronary stenting. Buckingham Palace has said the Prince […]

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