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    • US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin attend a joint press conference after a meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, on July 16, 2018
      Last update: 16:49 20.07.2018
      16:49 20.07.2018

      Offense The Best Defense

      by Finian Cunningham

      Well, that’ll be a sight to behold. Russian President Vladimir Putin being given the red-carpet treatment at the White House. US President Donald Trump has invited the Russian leader to Washington DC in the coming months. However, the Kremlin has yet to confirm the information.

    • Nigel Farage, former leader of UKIP and anti-EU campaigner stands outside the Houses of Parliament, in London, Britain March 29, 2017.
      Last update: 15:26 20.07.2018
      15:26 20.07.2018

      Farage, Your Country Needs You NOW!

      by Jon Gaunt

      Gosh the swamp in Washington DC are in a feeding frenzy over Donald Trump’s meeting in Finland with Vladimir Putin and his subsequent invitation for him to come to the White House in the Fall for more discussions. Why?

    • U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin hold a joint news conference after their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, July 16, 2018
      Last update: 13:46 20.07.2018
      13:46 20.07.2018

      Trump, Americans and Putin Have a Common Problem: The US Deep State

      by Ivan Danilov

      During the "hot mic incident" Barack Obama promised Dmitry Medvedev to be "flexible", and yet the mainstream media refrained from calling Obama a traitor. The double standard is obvious and so is the fact that Russian collusion is merely a pretext for bashing Trump.

    • US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin shake hands during a joint news conference after their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, July 16, 2018
      Last update: 17:08 19.07.2018
      17:08 19.07.2018

      Does an Elected President or an Unelected Intelligence Community Govern the US?

      by John Wight

      The madness that gripped liberals and neocons within the Western political, media, and security establishments, over the sight of a US president having the temerity to treat his Russian counterpart – Vladimir Putin – as an equal rather than colonial vassal who knows his place, was and is more pronounced than anyone could have expected.

    • British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, left and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrive for a meeting during the NATO summit of heads of state and government, at the NATO headquarters, in Brussels on Thursday, May 25, 2017
      Last update: 13:58 18.07.2018
      13:58 18.07.2018

      Boris, Hit May for Six Please!

      by Jon Gaunt

      Today has to be the day that Boris Johnson steps up to the crease and bowls out Theresa May for the dead duck she is.

    • U.S. President Donald Trump addresses a joint news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the East Room at the White House in Washington
      Last update: 16:50 17.07.2018
      16:50 17.07.2018

      Coming Coup Against Trump

      by Finian Cunningham

      The American backlash against President Trump over his summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin has been as ferocious as it was predictable.

    • Protestant women pose for a selfie during an Orange Order march in Belfast.
      Last update: 20:12 16.07.2018
      20:12 16.07.2018

      The Orange Order in Scotland - Hate Group or Scottish Protestant Fraternity?

      by John Wight

      On its website, the Orange Order in Scotland describes itself as the country’s ‘oldest and biggest Protestant fraternity…an organization of people bonded together to promote the ideals of our faith’. Others, however, disagree and regard the Orange Order as an organization rooted in religious and cultural supremacy and anti-Irish Catholic bigotry.

    • U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the start of the NATO summit at their new headquarters in Brussels, Belgium
      Last update: 21:22 13.07.2018
      21:22 13.07.2018

      Europe Captive… of America

      by Finian Cunningham

      While browbeating European leaders at the NATO summit this week, US President Donald Trump used a rather unfortunate metaphor. He described Germany and Europe as “captive of Russia”.

    • US President Donald Trump (L) gestures as he poses alongside Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) as Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa (TOP) looks on during the opening ceremony of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit, at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, on July 11, 2018.
      Last update: 14:10 13.07.2018
      14:10 13.07.2018

      Trump Puts Down May (Literally)

      by Jon Gaunt

      How the hell have we got to a situation where the President of the United States is more in touch with the people of the UK than our own elected Prime Minister?

    • (File) Anti-Brexit demonstrators wave European Union flags from the top deck of a bus parked outside the Houses of Parliament in London on March 29, 2018
      Last update: 12:56 11.07.2018
      12:56 11.07.2018

      May's Government Collapsing in Brexit Storm: Second Referendum Looms

      by John Wight

      At times like this, the Brexit dam having burst and, with it, bursting asunder any lingering hope in the ability of Theresa May’s government to navigate the country out of the Brexit storm that has engulfed it since the 2016 EU referendum, a storm that has intensified into open civil war within the Tory Party, Irish poet W B Yeats looms large.

    • British Prime Minister Theresa May (File)
      Last update: 15:21 10.07.2018
      15:21 10.07.2018

      Taxi for Theresa

      by Jon Gaunt

      There is no way that Theresa May should be allowed to cling onto her leadership of our great country for a minute longer. The Tories should put the Country before their party and immediately call a taxi, or knowing the Tories a bloody Uber, to escort this useless woman away from Downing Street.

    • Soccer Football - World Cup - Round of 16 - Colombia vs England - Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia - July 3, 2018 England's Jordan Pickford saves Colombia's Carlos Bacca penalty during the shootout
      Last update: 15:08 10.07.2018
      15:08 10.07.2018

      And Then There Were Four: The 2018 World Cup Reaches Its Climax

      by Neil Clark

      Of the 32 teams that had competed at the 2018 World Cup, there are now only four left: France, Belgium, England and Croatia.

    • Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel talks with U.S. President Donald Trump during a family photo at the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada, June 8, 2018
      Last update: 20:16 09.07.2018
      20:16 09.07.2018

      Trump Treats EU Like Bozos

      by Finian Cunningham

      You can’t really blame Trump for treating European leaders with contempt. Frankly, it’s because they deserve it, and Trump knows it.

    • This file photo taken on March 29, 2017 shows a pro-remain protester holds up an EU flag with one of the stars symbolically cut out in front of the Houses of Parliament shortly after British Prime Minister Theresa May announced to the House of Commons that Article 50 had been triggered in London on March 29, 2017.
      Last update: 18:42 06.07.2018
      18:42 06.07.2018

      UK Needs US and Russia, NOT EU

      by Jon Gaunt

      Pantomime season has clearly arrived early in the sleepy city of Salisbury. Can you believe the latest twist in the Skripal saga? Now two druggies have fallen ill after picking up a contaminated syringe or vial with the deadly (or not so deadly as it turns out) Novichok.

    • Fire ball
      Last update: 21:38 05.07.2018
      21:38 05.07.2018

      And Then There Were Eight: The Sputnik World Cup Quarter-Finals Preview

      by Neil Clark

      After an incredibly dramatic and emotionally draining Round of 16, the World Cup now reaches the quarter-final stage. Eight teams are left in the tournament, but if we’ve learnt anything up to now it’s that there are no ‘sure things’- and none of the surviving teams should be written off.

    • Wladimir Putin und Donald Trump bei ASEAN-Gipfel in Danang
      Last update: 16:16 05.07.2018
      16:16 05.07.2018

      Poisoning Trump-Putin Summit

      by Finian Cunningham

      How convenient! Just as President Donald Trump is about to hold an historic meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, we get a reminder of a “dastardly Kremlin poison plot”.

    • Art objects installed on Manezhnaya Square in Moscow ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Final Draw
      Last update: 15:34 05.07.2018
      15:34 05.07.2018

      More Than Football, the World Cup Has Been a Celebration of Diversity

      by John Wight

      Just as it doesn't take a weather man to know which way the wind blows, it doesn't take a ‘Putin apologist’ or a ‘Russian propagandist’ to recognise what by is widely acknowledged – namely that the World Cup in Russia 2018 has exceeded all expectations to the point where it will go down as one the best – if not the best – World Cups in history.

    • England's fans cheer after team's victory at the World Cup Round of 16 soccer match between Colombia and England, at the Spartak Arena, in Moscow, Russia, July 3, 2018.
      Last update: 12:56 04.07.2018
      12:56 04.07.2018

      May is a Hypocrite

      by Jon Gaunt

      “I couldn’t be prouder of England-a victory in a penalty shootout! You have well and truly earnt your place in the final eight of the World Cup and you should know the whole country is right behind you for Saturday. Come on England!”

    • Wladimir Putin und Donald Trump bei ASEAN-Gipfel in Danang
      Last update: 13:47 02.07.2018
      13:47 02.07.2018

      Globalists Are in Panic Mode Because of 'Putin-Trump Summit'

      by Ivan Danilov

      Judging by the reaction of the US mainstream media, the world, as we know it, will end in July when Donald Trump meets Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. Pundits fear that Putin and Trump will strike a deal that will ruin the current world order.

    • Guantanamo protest
      Last update: 12:47 30.06.2018
      12:47 30.06.2018

      UK Complicity in Torture Revealed in New Report: Now What?

      by John Wight

      The fact that 15 years on from the war in Iraq - resulting in death, destruction and dislocation on a biblical scale - not one person has been prosecuted and held to account in a court of law, surely this stands as an indictment of the rank double standards that underpin the concept of justice in the UK and the US, who were both responsible.