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September 30, 2014 11:18
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in London September 25, 2014. (Reuters/Luke MacGregor)
Extremists may face broadcast ban, social media vetting - home secretary
Powers banning extremists from appearing on TV and which allow police to vet “harmful” individuals’ social media activity would be enforced if the Conservatives return to power next year, Home Secretary Theresa May is set to announce.
A still showing British hostage John Cantlie from the third propaganda video released by IS British hostage in new ISIS propaganda video panning Obama strategy
The Islamic State (IS) has released a third video showing John Cantlie, a British journalist held prisoner for two years, in which he delivers a scripted propaganda speech criticizing US President Barack Obama's strategy against IS in Iraq and Syria.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron returns to his hotel after giving radio interviews on the third day of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, central England September 30, 2014. (Reuters/Luke MacGregor) UK family doctor crisis: PM vows to force GPs to work at weekends
Patient access to GPs at weekends would be guaranteed under a Tory government by 2020, the prime minster announced on Tuesday. Doctors warn general practice in Britain risks “going into meltdown” unless the UK’s GP workforce is expanded.
Reuters ​Branded like cattle: Report shows hordes of victims, incl. kids, trafficked into UK
Nearly 3,000 people have been trafficked for slavery and exploitation in the UK, according to a new report produced from the National Crime Agency (NCA), with the internet being one of the biggest drivers in proliferating abuse.
Richard Barnes, Deputy Mayor of London. (AFP Photo/Frantzesco Kangaris) ‘Speaking for majority’: Boris Johnson’s ex-deputy defects from Tories for UKIP
Fresh embarrassment has struck the Conservative Party as former Deputy Mayor of London Richard Barnes defected to UKIP, the latest to follow renegade MPs Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless into the Nigel Farage camp.
Still from youtube video (defenseupdate) ​UK deploys Watchkeeper drones to Afghanistan
The British Army has deployed its state-of-the-art Watchkeeper unmanned air system in Afghanistan. The Ministry of Defence said Tuesday the drones will provide “force protection” for the troops as they prepare to withdraw by the end of this year.
Demonstrators carry placards as they gather for an anti-fracking protest in London.(AFP Photo / Ben Stansall) UK fracking firm accused of 'bribing' land and property owners
Activists accuse fracking firm Ineos of taking a “bribes and bulldozers” approach to shale gas exploration in the UK, as it offers affected landlords and communities a 6 percent future profit share.
Reuters / Neil Hall 'Lost decade': UK workers face real wages drop until 2017
Young people and the “squeezed middle” classes will face a fall in real wages beyond 2017, amounting to a “lost decade” despite signs of economic recovery, claims an economic forecaster.
Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 fighter jets.(AFP Photo / STR) RAF jets fly armed missions over Iraq – but bomb no ISIS targets
RAF Tornado jets have completed their fourth mission to northern Iraq without dropping any bombs and are still searching for suitable Islamic State targets. An ex-armed services chief says Islamic State can’t be defeated by airstrikes alone.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. (Reuters / Suzanne Plunkett) Tories axe 55% 'death tax' in pre-election bid to woo UK voters
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has announced plans to scrap a 55 percent tax on inherited pension savings at the Conservatives’ conference in Birmingham, as part of a broader Tory pitch to win the next general election.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivers his speech during the second say of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham in central England on September 29, 2014.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal) ​£25bn cuts: Osborne lays out new austerity plan, working-age benefits 'freeze'
British Chancellor George Osborne has announced a huge new package of cuts totaling £25 billion, including one of the biggest squeezes on benefits in recent times, which will come into force if the Tories win next year’s election.


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