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    • Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain celebrates on the podium after winning the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi
      Last update: 15:08 26.10.2018
      15:08 26.10.2018

      Lewis Hamilton Goes for World Title Number Five

      by Neil Clark

      All eyes in motor sport this weekend will be on Sunday's Mexican Grand Prix, where Britain's Lewis Hamilton only needs to finish seventh to clinch his fifth Formula 1 world championship. That would put him level with 'El Maestro' Juan Manuel Fangio and just two behind the legend that is Michael Schumacher.

    • Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
      Last update: 14:23 26.10.2018
      14:23 26.10.2018

      There's Only One Poppy

      by Jon Gaunt

      Politics is no longer a battle between left and right, Tory and Labour, it is now a war of cultural Marxism and Common Purpose Graduates versus those of us who believe in free speech and traditional values.

    • A policeman stands guard as an Indonesian journalist holds a placard during a protest over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in front of the Saudi Arabia embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia,
      Last update: 17:18 25.10.2018
      17:18 25.10.2018

      Khashoggi Cover-Up Underway

      by Finian Cunningham

      Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed this week to reveal the “naked truth” about the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi; however, in fact, he didn't uncover anything extraordinary, but why?

    • Supporters of former English Defence League leader Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, or 'Tommy Robinson', who was jailed for contempt of court in May and later released, wait for him to arrive at the Old Bailey to attend a court hearing, in London, Britain, September 27, 2018.
      Last update: 14:05 24.10.2018
      14:05 24.10.2018

      Tommy, Hero or Villain

      by Jon Gaunt

      The Tommy Robinson circus rolled into town yesterday and the Fake News media were there to snort derisively at his supporters and treat Tommy as a bigger threat to our country’s security then the 20 child rapists he talked about in Leeds and Anjem Choudary put together.

    • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks to the media outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London in this December 5, 2011 file photo
      Last update: 11:53 22.10.2018
      11:53 22.10.2018

      Julian Assange and the Tale of Tobermory

      by Neil Clark

      The Wikileaks co-founder has been in the news again with the announcement that he's going to sue the Ecuadorian government in whose London Embassy he's been taking refuge in these last seven years.

    • 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: 09:57 22.10.2018
      09:57 22.10.2018

      Austerity is Just a Fancy Name for Class War: Punishing the Poor for the Mistakes and Greed of the Rich

      by Tommy Sheridan

      The Tories and their billionaire backers and lickspittles in the mainstream media rarely mention the ‘class war’ because they are too busy executing it.

    • Ascot Racecourse (File photo)
      Last update: 15:56 19.10.2018
      15:56 19.10.2018

      Champions Day at Ascot, Bold Czech Challenge and Football Predictions

      by Neil Clark

      The British Flat racing season reaches its end of season climax on Saturday, with Qipco Champions Day at Ascot. How will the big races pan out? Probably the most important thing to bear in mind is the going, which will be quite testing following recent heavy rain. Focusing on the soft ground specialists should, therefore, pay dividends.

    • Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron during a media conference at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, in Camberley, England, after UK-France summit talks, Thursday Jan. 18, 2018.
      Last update: 13:38 19.10.2018
      13:38 19.10.2018

      EU Must Be Joking Theresa

      by Jon Gaunt

      Will someone please hand over the revolver and the glass of whiskey and allow wretched, useless Theresa May to do the honorable thing?

    • World Cities: Glasgow
      Last update: 11:45 19.10.2018
      11:45 19.10.2018

      Never Cross a Picket Line – Don’t Be a Scab

      by Tommy Sheridan

      An acid test for so-called radicals is where they stand when industrial disputes rage and strikes take place. Words are puny compared to action when the time comes to choose a side between the boss and the worker.

    • Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh with the 'Kingdom Tower'
      Last update: 08:30 18.10.2018
      08:30 18.10.2018

      'Saudi Arabia Has Leverage to Intimidate the Whole World' - Professor

      As the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance scandal unfolds, Riyadh has warned it will not be undermined by political pressure and could respond with a bigger action.

    • The Irish Flag flys alongside the European Union flag outside the Customs Building, Dublin , Ireland (File)
      Last update: 21:03 17.10.2018
      21:03 17.10.2018

      Time for a United Ireland

      by Finian Cunningham

      It is nearly 100 years since British rulers inflicted a grievous blow to Irish sovereignty, when they forcibly partitioned the neighboring island nation into two separate states.

    • Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1991
      Last update: 20:51 16.10.2018
      20:51 16.10.2018

      Harold Wilson is More Deserving Than Margaret Thatcher of Note Recognition

      by Neil Clark

      According to some reports, Britain’s new £50 note could have a picture of Margaret Thatcher on it. But if we are going to have a former P.M. adorning the currency, then Harold Wilson- who did so much good for ordinary people during his time in office, would be a far more appropriate figure.

    • A Brexit sign is seen between Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and Londonderry in Northern Ireland at the border village of Muff, Ireland, February 1, 2018. Picture taken February 1, 2018.
      Last update: 20:24 16.10.2018
      20:24 16.10.2018

      Self Serving Pigs

      by Jon Gaunt

      Years ago, I described MP’s as self-serving pigs with their noses firmly in the trough. People said I was over the top. Then the Expenses scandal broke and people began to see my point and yesterday the Westminster sty was high again with personal ambition, hypocrisy and lies as this “breed” continued to frustrate and deny the will of the people.

    • Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she attends an event at Newbury Racecourse in Newbury England, Friday April 21, 2017.
      Last update: 12:13 16.10.2018
      12:13 16.10.2018

      Our Oath Should Be to the People Not the Queen – Abolish the Monarchy

      by Tommy Sheridan

      My plan today was to write a column supporting the honourable, overdue and courageous Equal Pay strike action planned by thousands of Glasgow City Council employees next Tuesday and Wednesday, 23rd & 24th October.

    • Signs with the US flag and Chinese flag are seen outside a store selling foreign goods in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province on September 19, 2018
      Last update: 17:53 12.10.2018
      17:53 12.10.2018

      US-China War is Inevitable?

      by Finian Cunningham

      When a US warship narrowly avoided slamming into a Chinese naval vessel earlier this month in the disputed South China Sea, the incident could serve as a metaphor. The two economic giants seem to be on a collision course for war.

    • Woman in hijab
      Last update: 14:33 12.10.2018
      14:33 12.10.2018

      Council House for Terrorists?

      by Jon Gaunt

      What's happening? I went to bed last night living in tolerant liberal 21st century Britain but I have woken up living in an intolerant society that rewards terrorists and where our top retailer thinks it is a good idea to sell Hijabs to five-year-old girls and subjugate women.

    • An arrangement of newspapers pictured in London on June 14, 2016 shows the front page of the Sun daily newspaper with a headline urging readers to vote 'Leave' in the June 23 EU referendum.
      Last update: 10:11 12.10.2018
      10:11 12.10.2018

      Banning The Sun is the Right Thing to Do – Well Done Livingston

      by Tommy Sheridan

      I love football. It is my favourite sport. I’ve played it all my life and still turn out for charity games and a weekly 7 a side game. I am very deceiving on the park because I’m actually slower than I look.

    • Office and hotel towers along Shari' al Corniche, Tripoli, Lybia.
      Last update: 21:45 09.10.2018
      21:45 09.10.2018

      Russia Isn't Turning Libya Into the 'New Syria' But It Wouldn't Hurt if It Tried

      by Andrew Korybko

      The UK Sun published a scandalous report alleging that Russia is trying to turn Libya into a “new Syria”, but objectively speaking and overlooking the unverified claims made in the piece, it wouldn’t be a bad thing if Moscow tried.

    • Police officers secure a cordon outside the vehicle recovery business Ashley Wood Recovery in Salisbury, England, Tuesday, March 13, 2018
      Last update: 20:51 09.10.2018
      20:51 09.10.2018

      The Skripal Case: Fifteen Facts and Some Logical Conclusions

      by Neil Clark

      The curious case of the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury continues to puzzle. So let's get the key, undisputed facts down and approach it logically, without fear or favor, and see what conclusions we come to...

    • Deputy Commissioner of Britain's Metropolitan Police Craig Mackey (3rd R) leads police officers in a two minute silence outside Scotland Yard in London, on January 8, 2015.
      Last update: 16:37 09.10.2018
      16:37 09.10.2018

      Lions Led by Donkeys

      by Jon Gaunt

      “Lions led by donkeys! Any real Cop would have got out and get involved, wouldn't they? My Dad a cop for 30 years would have called this a dereliction of duty or more likely cowardice. Would he have been correct?”