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.
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.”
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.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has made an impassioned appeal to the people of Scotland to vote against independence in an upcoming referendum, even invoking Scottish-British efforts in the London 2012 Games.
After years of discord, London and Moscow are restoring military cooperation and may even begin a bilateral arms trade later this year. The deal enabling British and Russian arms industries to work together on ‘unclassified’ issues is already drafted.
Hydraulic fracturing may soon take place under thousands of homes across the United Kingdom without their owners’ knowledge. Based on a proposed law change the burden of notifying homeowners will be lifted from energy companies, the Guardian reports.
David Cameron has tried to persuade his Danish counterpart not to delete the selfie of the two leaders mugging for the camera with President Obama at the Nelson Mandela memorial, saying she should auction it off for charity, The Sunday Times reports.
US President Barack Obama was caught snapping a selfie with British PM David Cameron and Danish premier Helle Thorning-Schmidt during the memorial service of former South African President Nelson Mandela. The image of the trio has caused a stir online.