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March 04, 2015 15:13
Jerusalem's Old City (Reuters/Ammar Awad)
‘Israel has it all’: UK ad authority bans ‘misleading’ Jerusalem travel brochure
An Israeli tourism brochure depicting the Old City of Jerusalem has been banned by Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for presenting a “misleading” image, which suggests the Palestinian enclave is Israeli.
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto stands with Britain's Queen Elizabeth during a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in London March 3, 2015. (Reuters/Dominic Lipinski) ​‘Blood on their hands’: Cameron to meet Mexican president, raise human rights abuses
Prime Minister David Cameron will raise human rights concerns with the Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto during his three-day state visit to the UK, Downing Street said.
Russell Brand (Still from YouTube video) Russell Brand ‘exact type’ to be radicalized by ISIS, say critics
Comedian-turned-activist Russell Brand has caused a fresh bout of controversy after claiming on his YouTube channel that a “corrupt” British society is the reason ‘Jihadi John’ was radicalized.
(AFP Photo/Shaun Curry) ‘Britain awash with dirty money,’ says anti-corruption think tank
Criminals, tax evaders, human traffickers and drug dealers have laundered billions of pounds worth of dirty money purchasing British properties through anonymous offshore companies, Scotland Yard investigators suspect.
Ibrahim Halawa (Photo from Facebook/FreeTheHalawas) ‘Mockery of justice’: British-Egyptian business mustn’t trump human rights, says charity
UK government efforts to bolster trade and political ties with Egypt have come under fire due to the ongoing detention of an Irish teenager. Human rights groups fear the youth could face execution.
Konstandions Erik Sculfield (kneeling); Credit: Facebook/Jordan Matson ​‘You will be avenged, brother’: British Marine killed in Syria fighting ISIS
A former Royal Marine has become the first Briton to be killed while fighting with Kurdish forces against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militants in Syria.
UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage (Reuters/Neil Hall) ‘No arbitrary targets’: Farage unveils UKIP immigration policy
The UK Independence Party (UKIP) plans to ban unskilled immigrants from working in Britain, and launch a new watchdog to bring down net migration figures, party leader Nigel Farage announced on Wednesday.
Reuters / Francois Lenoir ​EU is ‘off the rails’, needs reforms – UK foreign secretary
The EU had “gone off the rails” and “significant” changes and reforms should be made if Brussels wants Britain to stay in the bloc, the UK foreign secretary Phillip Hammond said.
Reuters/Nigel Roddis ‘Sanitized, one-sided account’: Veterans blast school resource that ‘infects kids with militarism’
A UK veterans group has slammed an armed forces resource meant for use in schools in the wake of a critical report jointly published by the Quakers and the anti-militarist NGO Forces Watch.
London mayor Boris Johnson (L) and Asim Quresh. (Reuters) ​Jihadi John apologists? Boris Johnson tells CAGE to ‘target terrorists, not British spies’
London Mayor Boris Johnson condemned the research director of human rights charity CAGE on Tuesday over the organization’s portrayal of wanted Islamic State executioner ‘Jihadi John.’
AFP Photo/BCRA ​UK mocks Argentina’s Malvinas-Falklands banknote ‘stunt’
Britain laughed off a new Argentinian banknote which features an image of the Falkland Islands on Tuesday, dismissing the move as a “stunt.”
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (Reuters/Rebecca Naden) ‘National threat’: Prosecute those who ‘willfully neglect’ sexually abused, says Cameron
Institutions and authorities have failed to tackle “industrial scale” sexual abuse and those who keep it hidden should face prosecution, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday.
Reuters/SITE Intel Group via Reuters TV Media turned ‘Jihadi John’ into modern-day Jesse James, MP warns
A Conservative MP said the media has turned ‘Jihadi John’ into a modern day Jesse James. He strongly condemned the media for printing pictures of Emwazi and using a nickname for him. It is “abhorrent” to treat him as a celebrity, he said.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (Reuters/Facundo Arrizabalaga) NSA spying inquiry: UK-German intelligence-sharing dispute deepens
Germany’s efforts to investigate National Security Agency (NSA) spying are being hampered by Britain’s refusal to co-operate amid threats to break off intelligence-sharing agreements, a German newspaper has reported.


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