Labour Party leader Keir Starmer sacked his education spokeswoman Rebecca Long-Bailey after she shared an article with an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. She was Corbyn ally

Map. History of UK conflict

7 July 2020
Car on fire on the Dartford Bridge1 week ago
Car on fire on the Dartford Bridge
Free school meals WILL be provided to the 97,000 eligible kids in NI this summer.
1 week ago
Labour Party leader Keir Starmer sacked his education spokeswoman Rebecca Long-Bailey after she shared an article with an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. She was Corbyn ally
The RAF Voyager, used by the Prime Minister and the royal family, taxies at Cambridge airport where it has been repainted in the colours of the Union flag at a cost of almost £1 million. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Images
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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has asked Rebecca Long-Bailey to step down from the shadow cabinet after sharing an article containing an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, the party has said
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Major incident declared as thousands flock to beaches in England
1 week ago
Emirates to reactive A380 fleet to London and Paris
UK at UNSC rejects annexation, warns it would not go unanswered
2 week ago
Britain condemns the Houthi missile attacks on Saudi Arabia
2 week ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms pubs, cafes, restaurants, hotels, cinemas and museums in England will reopen on 4 July as hospitality sector restarts in easing of lockdown restrictions
Five Eyes - US, Australia Canada, New Zealand and Britain - met via videoconference "to advance defense & security cooperation on matters of common interest to support & defend a stable, rules-based, global order that is increasingly being challenged"
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The UK government will oppose any forthcoming annexation of the West Bank by Israel
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says there have been no further COVID19 deaths in the country for the sixth day running
2 week ago
The second victim of the Reading terror attack has been named as 39-year-old American citizen Joe Ritchie-Bennett, his family has confirmed to the Philadelphia Inquirer
2 week ago
British security official: The motive for the City of Reading stabbing is unknown, but has nothing to do with anti-racist demonstrations
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British police arrested Libyan man after knife attack in Reading - security source
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A source tells Sky News that it is believed a multiple stabbing in Reading centre is terror-related
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A large police response is responding to a "serious incident" in Forbury Gardens, Reading, following reports of a stabbing
Mass stabbing in Reading: Three people have died and two people are in critical condition, The Telegraph reports2 week ago
Mass stabbing in Reading: Three people have died and two people are in critical condition, The Telegraph reports
2 week ago
Serious incident in Reading, UK. Early reports say that several people have been stabbed with possible fatalities. Earlier there was a BLM protest but organizers say incident is unrelated to event
Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter, social media firm confirms
2 week ago
The UK's covid-19 alert level has been downgraded from four to three following a recommendation from the country's chief medical officers
With some exceptions, "face coverings will be mandatory on all public transport," from Monday including "taxis and private hire cabs, as well as buses, trains, the Glasgow subway, Edinburgh trams, planes, and enclosed areas on ferries," announces @NicolaSturgeon
2 week ago
Fourteen people found inside lorry in Essex arrested
Red Arrows & Patrouille de France flying over Paris this morning2 week ago
Red Arrows & Patrouille de France flying over Paris this morning
Heading North over the North Sea: 3x USAF KC135R QUID881/882/883 RAF Global Express Sentinel R.1 RRR73042 week ago
Heading North over the North Sea: 3x USAF KC135R QUID881/882/883 RAF Global Express Sentinel R.1 RRR7304
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The United Kingdom is deeply concerned at the Venezuelan Supreme Court's decision to announce the appointment of members to the National Electoral Council without the approval of the National Assembly, in clear contravention of Venezuela's Constitution
Canada has lost it's bid for a UN Security Council seat. Norway takes 130 votes. Ireland takes 128 votes. Canada came in at 108 votes. Didn't need to go to subsequent rounds
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Cecil Rhodes statue to be taken down at Oxford's Oriel College
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Counter Terrorism Police say a 14-year-old boy from Eastleigh, in Hampshire, has been charged with the preparation of terrorist acts connected to Islamist terrorism
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