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British Foreign Secretary, Hammond, Praises Cuba's Castro

In a rare praise from the Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, he applauded Cuban President Raul Castro on Friday for embracing the realities of the modern in conclusion of a meeting with the leader. Hammond’s meeting with the Communist leader marked a further step in Cuba's thaw with the

Tories Try to Connect Sadiq Khan, Antisemitism despite Clear Condemnation

The outgoing London Mayor, Boris Johnson has once again attempted to connect Labour’s Sadiq Khan to alleged antisemitic comments by Ken Livingstone, even though Mr Khan referred to the said comments as “inexcusable”. Labour party faced an antisemitism row this week after it emerged that one of

High Court Rejects Request to Allow British Expats Vote in EU Referendum

A legal challenge brought up by two expats, on behalf of those living overseas for more than 15 years, has been dismissed by Lord Justice Lloyd Jones and Mr Justice Blake of the high court. The challenge had requested to force the government to grant millions of UK citizens living abroad a vote in

Police Chief Confirms Madeleine Inquiry Might End Soon

Officials have confirmed that the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, three-years-old who went missing while on holiday with her parents in Portugal, might end in the next few months. The head of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, revealed that the investigators

Theresa May has recently commented that Britain should withdraw from the European convention on human rights regardless of the EU referendum result and her remarks have drawn sheer criticism from the Liberal side. Shadow justice secretary, Charles Falconer, immediately described her

UK’s Home Secretary, Theresa May, has made a very bold statement on Sunday as she stressed that Britain has control of its borders despite several official warnings that there might be over three million people who would’ve moved to the UK from abroad by 2030. Commenting on the issue for

Obama Urges British People to Vote against Leaving the EU

U.S. President Barack Obama has urged British people to remain in the European Union on Friday as he stressed that the membership had magnified Britain's place in the world. Obama highlighted that a British exit would weaken the West but their staying in will make it stronger.

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