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Darroch Leaks Propel the Forward March of Britain’s Police State
The revelations following the leak of diplomatic telegrams by the British ambassador to the US continues to enthral audiences around the world.
Prisons scandal a blot on Britain’s human rights record
This year alone the British media has run countless stories about the "deteriorating" conditions inside the country's jails. And now it is official.
Britain’s escalating Islamophobia problem
News that the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) is launching a campaign in parliament for fairer media coverage of British Muslims is set to reignite the debate on the depth and extent of institutional Islamophobia in the UK.
Iran: Oil tanker seized by UK not bound for Syria
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi Iran said an oil supertanker seized by Britain in Gibraltar was not carrying oil to Syria, denouncing the seizure as “maritime piracy.”
China tells Britain to stop 'gesticulating' about Hong Kong
Britain no longer has any responsibility for Hong Kong and needs to stop “gesticulating” about its former colony, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday, after the British government reiterated its commitment to the joint declaration with China on Hong Kong.
May: Britain wants accountability over Khashoggi murder
Britain wants to see accountability for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia should investigate the death thoroughly and in a way that adheres to international laws, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.
Tory leadership race exposes Britain’s democratic deficit
As the race to select the next leader of the conservative party– and by extension Britain’s next Prime Minister – reaches its final stages, it is worthwhile examining the system’s weaknesses if only to underline the superficial nature of British democracy.
Britain’s warmongering media in the spotlight
The recent suspicious attacks on tankers in the Persian Gulf have touched off a flurry of speculation in the international media as to the identity and motives of the saboteurs.
Weak pay rises, dearer housing fuel jump in UK’s working poor, says IFS
Britain has seen a big jump in the working poor since the 1990s, with almost three out of five people below the official poverty line living in a household where at least one person is working.
Britain settles sanctions dispute with Iran's Bank Mellat
The British government has settled a £1.25 billion damages claim brought by Iran’s largest private bank in an 11th-hour, out-of-court deal following a dispute over sanctions and alleged links to Tehran’s nuclear program.
What is a vegan and what do vegans eat?
There are more vegans in Britain than ever before. But what is veganism and why is it becoming more popular?
Less than 6 percent of Britons believe politicians understand them: Poll
A new poll carried out in Britain shows that lack of faith in the country’s political system is currently at its highest levels in decades, mainly due to the deep divisions among politicians on how they should deliver on the results of the referendum to leave the European Union.
UK government signs order to enable Assange extradition to US
Britain’s interior minister Sajid Javid has signed an order enabling the country’s legal system to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States where he could face decades in prison for exposing confidential documents.

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