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    • Tourists reflected in a EU logo
      Last update: 17:43 21.09.2018
      17:43 21.09.2018

      EU Mafia Thugs

      by Jon Gaunt

      I was crying all last night about the treatment of our Prime Minister in Salzburg by the EU. Yes, crying with laughter as she got the full Mafia treatment from this bunch of undemocratic mobsters. My laughter was fair and justified because she is the author of her own misfortune.

    • Bairns not Bombs
      Last update: 10:30 21.09.2018
      10:30 21.09.2018

      Bairns Not Bombs, Peace Not War

      by Tommy Sheridan

      “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone."

    • Atletico's Jose Gimenez during an open training session before the Champions League final match against Real Madrid (File)
      Last update: 16:29 20.09.2018
      16:29 20.09.2018

      The Champions League is Back, but Who’s Going to Win It?

      by Neil Clark

      We’ve seen the first round of Group matches this week in the 2018/19 Champions League, and already the holders Real Madrid have laid down a marker with an impressive 3-0 victory at the Bernabeu against last season’s beaten semi-finalists Roma.

    • Ilyushin IL-20
      Last update: 19:19 18.09.2018
      19:19 18.09.2018

      Blaming the Victim of Aggression

      by Finian Cunningham

      The tragic loss of a Russian military aircraft with 15 personnel onboard, off the Syrian coast, has to be seen in the context of the Arab country being attacked.

    • a British flag is blown by the wind near to Big Ben's clock tower in front of the UK Houses of Parliament in central London
      Last update: 14:23 18.09.2018
      14:23 18.09.2018

      It’s Not My Flag Mate. Never Has Been and Never Will Be

      by Tommy Sheridan

      I was stiff as a wooden plank on Sunday morning after a long 10-hour shift attending, helping set up and comparing the excellent Hope Over Fear Rally in Glasgow the day before to declare our cast iron commitment to keep the struggle for Scottish independence alive.

    • A police officer near the Mill pub in Salisbury, where the traces of the nerve agent used to poison former Main Intelligence Directorate colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found
      Last update: 17:07 17.09.2018
      17:07 17.09.2018

      Deja Vu in Salisbury: Another Pair Taken Ill and Rushed to Hospital After Italian Restaurant Meal

      by Neil Clark

      Two people (one of whom at least was thought to be Russian), become ill and are rushed to hospital after dining at a faux- Italian restaurant chain on a Sunday in the cathedral city of Salisbury in the UK, with their symptoms consistent with novichok poisoning.

    • Sadiq Khan
      Last update: 14:16 17.09.2018
      14:16 17.09.2018

      Khan is Full of Hot Air

      by Jon Gaunt

      I don’t want to be rude but Shouldn't London Mayor, Sadiq Khan concentrate on his own "abject failure" to run London before calling for a second EU Referendum?

    • Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, who were formally accused of attempting to murder former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, are seen on CCTV on Fisherton Road in Salisbury on March 4, 2018 in an image handed out by the Metropolitan Police in London, Britain September 5, 2018
      Last update: 12:43 15.09.2018
      12:43 15.09.2018

      Open Season on Russians

      by Finian Cunningham

      The ordeal imposed on Russian citizens traveling or sojourning in Western states shows that hysterical Russophobia and official paranoia is out of control. It’s “open season” to criminalize all Russians.

    • In this Tuesday, March 13, 2018 file photo the combined tower and spire of Salisbury Cathedral stand surrounded by the medieval city where former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter were found critically ill following exposure to the Russian-developed nerve agent Novichok in Salisbury, England
      Last update: 15:17 14.09.2018
      15:17 14.09.2018

      Skripal Poisoning: So Many Questions but So Few Real Answers

      by Jon Gaunt

      When I heard that the Prime Minister’s spokesman had said that, “the lies and blatant fabrications are an insult to the public’s intelligence and were an insult and offensive” I thought at last our Government was fessing up to this silly narrative they have been playing out on the Skripals for the last 7 months!

    • The Union flag, (2L), the Scottish Saltire flag (2R) and the European Union (EU) flag (R) fly outside the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 25, 2016, following the pro-Brexit result of the UK's EU referendum vote
      Last update: 14:02 14.09.2018
      14:02 14.09.2018

      Hold the Front Page – Braveheart is Not Historically Accurate

      by Tommy Sheridan

      It is said that we learn something new every day. That maxim was certainly underlined this week for me.

    • Novak Djokovic of Serbia holds the trophy after defeating Andy Murray of Britain in the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015
      Last update: 12:32 13.09.2018
      12:32 13.09.2018

      World of Sport: Novak Djokovic Deserves More Accolades

      by Neil Clark

      The histrionics of Serena Williams in the US Open Final not only detracted from the excellent performance of the new Ladies champion Naomi Osaka from Japan, but also from Novak Djokovic's win in the Men's.

    • Smoke raises in the Syrian village of Kafr Ain in the southern countryside of Idlib province after an airstrike on September 7, 2018
      Last update: 20:30 12.09.2018
      20:30 12.09.2018

      Attacking Syria Illegal, US 'Has No Right to be Judge or Prosecutor' - Author

      Militants in Idlib are filming a staged provocation depicting chemical weapons being used by the Syrian army against civilians, according to the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation, which cited information received from inhabitants of Idlib province.

    • A man takes part in a demonstration commemorating the 44nd anniversary of Chile's 1973 military coup, in Santiago, Chile, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017.
      Last update: 09:15 11.09.2018
      09:15 11.09.2018

      The Original 9/11

      by Tommy Sheridan

      Chile and her 60,000 victims of US meddling must be remembered today.

    • Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson delivers a speech at the Policy Exchange in London, Wednesday Feb. 14, 2018.
      Last update: 16:30 10.09.2018
      16:30 10.09.2018

      UK Needs Bonking Boris

      by Jon Gaunt

      This confected row about Boris Johnson’s use of a metaphor of a suicide vest to sum up Theresa May's capitulation to the EU is an absolute load of nonsense.

    • Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, centre, flanked by Russia's President Vladimir Putin, left, and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pose for photographs in Tehran, Iran, ahead of their summit to discuss Syria, Friday, Sept. 7, 2018
      Last update: 12:39 10.09.2018
      12:39 10.09.2018

      Trump Pushes Iran and Turkey Towards Russia

      by Ivan Danilov

      The recent trilateral summit on Syria would have been unthinkable a couple of years ago. However, Donald Trump did his best to make it happen by pushing Erdogan and Rouhani into an an-hoc alliance with Russia.

    • Smoke rises near the Syrian village of Kafr Ain in the southern countryside of Idlib province after an airstrike on September 7, 2018
      Last update: 16:09 08.09.2018
      16:09 08.09.2018

      Cornered Rats. What to Do?

      by Finian Cunningham

      At the Tehran summit on Friday, Iran’s Hassan Rouhani and Russia’s Vladimir Putin expressed tactical differences with Turkey’s President Erdogan, on how to proceed with the military offensive for the Syrian army to retake the northwest province of Idlib from terrorist groups.

    • The famous Elizabeth Tower in the UK Houses of Parliament, which contains the Great Bell, known as Big Ben.
      Last update: 16:36 07.09.2018
      16:36 07.09.2018

      Anarchy in UK

      by Jon Gaunt

      Whilst our esteemed leader, Theresa May, is busy sabre rattling and threatening a cyber war against Russia, who she sees as the major threat to our way of life, perhaps she could just pause for a moment and look in to a mirror and wonder how much personal responsibility she has for the murder and mayhem that is happening on the streets of the UK.

    • Brexit themed beermats and magazines in JD Wetherspoon's pub, Edinburgh, Scotland.
      Last update: 18:08 06.09.2018
      18:08 06.09.2018

      Baby Boxes VS Ballistic Bombs

      by Tommy Sheridan

      After several packed rallies in support of independence in 2014 and the outcome that 53.5% of the city had voted YES Glasgow’s George Square in the centre of the city was re-named Freedom Square by the Indy Family.

    • Various police, Army and other emergency service personal attend a scene in Durrington near Salisbury, England, Monday March 19, 2018, as a car is taken away for further investigation into the suspected nerve agent attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia
      Last update: 12:59 06.09.2018
      12:59 06.09.2018

      Skripals: More Questions Than Answers

      by Jon Gaunt

      Pantomime season arrived three months early in Westminster and Fleet Street yesterday with the latest revelations on the Skripal saga.

    • Men ride a motorbike past a hazard sign at a site hit by an airstrike on Tuesday in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria April 5, 2017
      Last update: 17:37 05.09.2018
      17:37 05.09.2018

      Pompeo Pumps Idlib Diplomacy

      by Finian Cunningham

      Well, that’s precious. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this week says he shares Russia’s concern about Syria’s Idlib Province being a haven for terrorists – but nevertheless he is urging diplomacy to solve the problem.