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November 22, 2014 10:48
An image grab taken from a video released by the Islamic State (IS) group through Al-Furqan Media via YouTube on September 18, 2014, allegedly shows British freelance photojournalist, John Cantlie (AFP Photo / HO)
ISIS hostage John Cantlie ‘accepts fate’ in new propaganda video
Islamic State terrorists have released a new video featuring kidnapped photojournalist John Cantlie, who talks of "accepting his fate" as he criticizes a failed rescue attempt by US forces and Western unwillingness to negotiate.
Reuters / Toby Melville Average UK family just ‘2 weeks away from breadline’ - report
The average UK household is just days away from an emergency situation in the event of sudden financial hardship, according to a new report to be released this week. Meanwhile, one food bank has reported a surge in new participants.
Reuters / Luke MacGregor ​‘Plague on our pavements’: Chewing gum manufacturers asked to foot street clean-up bill
To battle a plague of used chewing gum spots on the sidewalks in the streets of the UK and Wales, the national voice of local government has requested gum manufacturing firms to contribute to £60 million to annual removal costs.
image from Nessie a fake?? Spoilsport conservationists say Loch Ness Monster just a log all along
In a world teaming with lore and unexplained phenomena, the Loch Ness Monster has stood at the top of the paranormal pantheon for decades. Now, a woodland conservation group says the world’s most renowned monster may in fact be…a log?
Reuters / Andrew Winning British 'terrorist' teen travelling form Jordan nabbed at Heathrow Airport
A 19-year-old teenager from Coventry was arrested at London’s Heathrow Airport on suspicion of "preparing for acts of terrorism," West Midlands Police said on Thursday. The arrest was “pre-planned” and “intelligence-led.”
Reuters / Lucas Jackson IP-Spy: UK police to get expanded powers to identify internet users
UK police hoping to track down suspected criminals online are about to get a boost, with Home Secretary Theresa May moving to give law enforcement additional powers to acquire details linked to IP addresses from internet service providers.
Reuters / Stringer UK set for internal exile of terror suspects
The UK may introduce an internal exile for British citizens suspected of terror-related activities to force individuals out of big cities under government plans to revive relocation powers, scrapped by the very man who now is ready to back them.
Google map 14 injured in gas explosion at London Hyatt Churchill hotel
A suspected gas explosion has shaken the Hyatt Regency Churchill hotel in London. The guests have been evacuated with at least fourteen people suffering injuries. Five people were taken to hospital.
Mark Wilson / Getty Images / AFP Car-hacked: Cyber-criminals could target driverless vehicles, cause chaos – expert
Driverless vehicles will require tough protection from hackers attempting to hijack them and create chaos on Britain’s roads, cyber security experts warn.
Reuters / Christian Hartmann ‘Get your own extremist husband and bring some thermals’ – Jihadist bride’s advice to UK ‘sisters’
A British jihadist bride is warning her fellow “sisters” to have some “self-respect” and not be home wreckers who chase married ISIS fighters. She also advised they bring warm clothes for the harsh Syrian winters.
Reuters / Luke MacGregor Police teach anti-extremism classes in UK schools, fight radicalisation
British schools are to introduce lessons designed to deter pupils from terrorism and violence, as part of a wider anti-extremism strategy being implemented across the UK.
Reuters / Nigel Roddis ​Man dies after being burned alive in industrial oven
A Liverpool man suffered horrific burns and later died from shock after becoming trapped in an industrial moulding oven when co-workers failed to notice he was cleaning inside, a court has heard. The oven can reach temperatures of 280 degrees Celsius.
Reuters / Kim Kyung-Hoon Worm lives in British man’s brain for 4 years
A British man has become the first person in the country to be diagnosed with a rare tapeworm in his brain. The worm was discovered after the 50-year-old man complained about headaches and strange smells.
Reuters / Stringer Ex-Taliban British bomb expert joins ISIS
A Briton who claims to be a bomb expert said he has joined Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS, ISIL) after having fought for the Taliban for several years.


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