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‘Ukraine is a dysfunctional country, not because of Russia’
​Ukrainian government does not seem to make any concessions that could bring this civil war to an end, Ken Livingstone, former London Mayor and British Labour Party politician, told RT.

21.07.2014 14:14

‘We are giving all of our privacy for just the possibility of a little bit of safety’
Intelligence agencies like the NSA and GCHQ seek to scoop up literally every single form of digital and non-digital communication and data in the world all the time, political cartoonist and author Ted Rall told RT.

14.07.2014 12:27

End of Alzheimer's? Doctors optimistic after breakthrough
British scientists have developed a blood test that identifies the 10 proteins that show Alzheimer’s disease is imminent, thus allowing physicians to take action against the condition before symptoms start to appear.

08.07.2014 08:21

​'Defeated' Cameron congratulates Juncker on EC win, says it's not a 'fatal blow'
British Prime Minister David Cameron faced “utter humiliation” on Monday as he was forced to congratulate Jean Claude Juncker on his win as European Commission president – despite fiercely opposing his nomination for almost two months.

30.06.2014 18:40

What are British values?
This is a question everyone is grappling with now that British PM David Cameron has thrown his lot in by stating that he wants a more muscular promotion of British values to include freedom, tolerance of others and respect for the rule of law.

25.06.2014 12:11

UK urged to give Germany access to RAF base that 'helped spy on Merkel'
The UK needs to grant Germany access to RAF Croughton military base which reportedly hosts a joint CIA/NSA unit, a Labor MP told British PM David Cameron, urging him to help the German federal investigation of the phone tapping of Angela Merkel.

19.06.2014 20:00

‘Bon appétit,’ Putin tells G7 leaders dishing the dirt on Russia in Brussels
President Putin wished “bon appétit” to G7 leaders who patronized Russia – excluded from the club over Ukraine – and set conditions it has to meet to restore ties with the West. Otherwise, Obama and his allies threatened, more sanctions would follow.

05.06.2014 17:49

D-Day 70th anniversary
World leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, have flocked to France to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in WWII. Amid the celebrations, many of the official meetings have focused on the Ukrainian crisis.

05.06.2014 17:29

Pedophiles to be treated like terrorists in UK – Cameron
Pedophiles seeking to download sexual abuse “how to” manuals will be treated like extremists obtaining bombing-making guides online, British Prime Minister David Cameron said, announcing that the measure would be in his Queen’s Speech law program.

27.04.2014 09:23

All washed out: What floods reveal about UK political elite
The terrible impact that the ongoing floods have had over large parts of Britain - and the government response to the disaster - tells us much about the political system we now live under and in whose interests our government acts.

20.02.2014 08:00

Obama threatens ‘consequences’ if Ukraine clashes escalate, visa bans imposed on officials
President Barack Obama said the US “condemns in the strongest terms the violence” in Ukraine, adding that the Ukrainian government must uphold the rights of peaceful protesters. Obama said there would be consequences should “people step over the line.”

19.02.2014 20:48

British neo-McCarthyism or why UK media coverage falls short
There are moments when one could be forgiven for thinking that the mainstream media is beginning to learn the craft of journalism. That would obviously make the production of our show, Going Underground more difficult.

10.02.2014 14:25

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