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Scottish independence protests fill Glasgow

By Zakia Muharemov   One year on from the fateful Scottish referendum on independence where 45% of the population lost their fight for freedom and the mood is heavier than ever. Thousands of pro-independence activists gathered on George Square in the Scottish city of Glasgow carrying Scottish flags and “Yes”…


‘Russian’ Submarine in Swedish waters, FINALLY found

By Viktor Larsen Ghosts of ‘Russian submarines’ continued to haunt Sweden, as salvage hunters claimed they had discovered one such sunken vessel not far from the country’s coast. The military looked into the images, but experts said the sub was actually likely to be a century old. “A Russian mini-submarine…


The rivival of the Leftists as Britain votes for Corbyn

By Katie Nkrumah “I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast,” the Queen told Alice By lunchtime on Saturday Corbyn would have made this seem like child’s play. The left wing stalwart and now leader of the Shadow Government, Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership election. His first…


Arsenal: Arsene Wenger explains lack of summer transfers

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says there was a “shortage of solutions” in the transfer market following criticism of their lack of summer signings. The Gunners were the only club from the top five European leagues not to sign an outfield player in the summer transfer window, with goalkeeper Petr Cech…


Hundreds of Thousands from the UK call for Netanyahu’s arrest.

By Arial Zingel With Israeli leader, UN identified war criminal, genocide suspect and outwardly racist extremists; Benyamin Netanyahu due to receive a warm and official welcome to London by the British government later this week, today we saw Britain say NO. Lines of opposing protests lined the entrance to Downing…




Wikipedia Hit By Blackmailers

  By Nurin Abad A wave of rogue editors on the famous knowledge sharing website Wikipedia have hit hundreds of small British Businesses and minor celebrity figures with blackmail demands. The victims, who range from wedding photographers in Dorset to a high-end jewellery shop in Shoreditch, East London, faced demands…