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Some of the "blind eyed", hypocritical stupidities of (particularly) politicians - who think that their electorate/public will believe ANYTHING they say so long as they say it often enough, & LOUD enough ! WELL, WE'RE NEITHER THAT GULLIBLE NOR THAT STUPID !! We all know graft, hypocrisy, self-serving "nose -in-the-trough-at-the-public's-expense", "spinning"/bare-faced lying, dishonesty etc when we see it - & WE WONT ACCEPT IT & WANT NONE of it any more !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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An oblivious interview exposes the two-tier world in which Jeffrey Epstein flourished. Prince Andrew Young, Emily Maitlis, Harvey Weinstein, Royal Engagement, Young Ones, High Society, Over Dose, British Royals, Future Husband

What Jeffrey Epstein Offered Prince Andrew

An oblivious interview exposes the two-tier world in which Jeffrey Epstein flourished.

British Steel to be sold to Chinese firm in deal that could save jobs - No more happy about this deal involving foreign capital than I was about our national assets being sold to Continental or American companies. British Steel, Turkish Military, Pension Fund, Investment Firms, Steel Buildings, Under Pressure, New Job, Investing, Chinese

British Steel to be sold to Chinese firm in deal that could save 4,000 jobs

Jingye Group agrees £50m buyout that prevents closure of Scunthorpe plant

Commonwealth veterans accuse UK of leaving them in immigration limbo Office Stamps, Group Action, Immigration Officer, National Rail, Joining The Military, Medical Help, Theresa May, The Covenant, Commonwealth

Commonwealth veterans accuse UK of leaving them in immigration limbo

Ex-soldiers are taking action against MoD and Home Office over alleged systemic failures

Troops will be deployed to guard hospitals and supermarkets, where panic-buying unleashed carnage on Saturday. Pictured: trolleys piled high for delivery are seen at an Asda in London Tesco Extra, The Final Countdown, Green Pictures, Number 10, Together We Can, Surrey, About Uk, Britain, Death

In pictures: Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the UK

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to cause significant global disruption, we look at the situation around the U.K. in pictures.

China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users Information About China, Country Information, China Unicom, Chinese Social Media, Facial Recognition, Information Technology, Phone, Face, Faces

China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users

China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users

Russian actors sought to interfere in general election, says government The Bloc, European Council, Uk Trade, Need A Job, Boris Johnson, New Relationships, Before Christmas

Coronavirus: Russian cyber spies attempting to steal vaccine research from Britain, US and Canada

An ongoing cyber attack is revealed - on the same day the government reveals Russians sought to interfere in the UK election.

Poole Park: Woman in 'desperate plea' over encampment mess - BBC News Local Parks, Image Caption, Caravans, Bbc News, Car Parking, Hampshire, England, Woman, The Hampshire

Woman in 'desperate plea' over encampment mess

Up to 40 caravans and other vehicles left Dorset's Poole Park on Sunday after five days.

This is the shocking moment a man pushes a 92-year-old woman to the ground in an apparent random attack in New York City. The man is caught on camera walking down a street in Manhattan on Friday afternoon. He suddenly clips the pensioner on the head, who was walking in the opposite direction. The woman, named locally as Geraldine, topples to the ground, seemingly hitting her head on a fire hydrant. The man looks back, but continues to walk away.... New York Post, Suddenly, Old Women, Looking Back, Year Old, Manhattan, New York City, Walking, Friday

Moment man pushes 92-year-old woman to ground in daylight attack

This is the shocking moment a man pushes a 92-year-old woman to the ground in an apparent random attack in New York City. The man is caught on camera walking down a street in Manhattan on Friday afternoon. He suddenly clips the pensioner on the head, who was walking in the opposite direction. The woman, named locally as Geraldine, topples to the ground, seemingly hitting her

Crossrail, England: due mid-2022, over budget by $4.3 billion (£3.45bn) - Richard Pohle/The Times/PA Michael Moore, Princess Kate Middleton, Victoria, Prince Philip, Bond Street, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Norfolk, Line, Image

From technical delays to COVID-19: will these megaprojects ever be finished?

Projects of immense scale and complexity are never easy to execute, so it's no wonder so many are delivered late and massively over budget. However, as the coronavirus pandemic has swept the globe, many megaprojects are looking at even longer delays. Click or scroll through 10 notoriously problematic projects around the world and reveal whether they'll be ready in the near future as promised.

EXCLUSIVE: Mum-of-one and Thameslink rail ticket collector Belly Mujinga, from Hendon, North London, died from coronavirus after a passenger spat at her at Victoria Station London In March, North London, Uk Rail, Line Worker, London Police, Stand Down, Cnn News, The Guardian, Interview

Train ticket collector spat at by irate passenger at station dies of coronavirus

EXCLUSIVE: Mum-of-one and Thameslink rail ticket collector Belly Mujinga, 47, from Hendon, North London, died from coronavirus after a passenger spat at her at Victoria Station

NHS launches inquiry after undercover Guardian investigation exposes senior official trading protective gear Care Worker, The Guardian, Product Launch, Rainbows, Corona, Rainbow

Revealed: NHS procurement official privately selling PPE

A head of procurement for the NHS has set up a business to profit from the private sale of huge quantities of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, an undercover investigation by the Guardian can reveal. David Singleton, 42, a senior NHS official in London who has been working at the capital’s Covid-19 Nightingale hospital, launched the business two weeks ago to trade in visors, masks and gowns. Asked...

Company paid more than in wages but only in UK corporation tax Research Companies, Google S, Income Tax, The Marketing, Previous Year, Numbers, June, Tech, Irs Tax

Google's UK staff earned average of £234,000 in 2019

Company paid more than £1bn in wages but only £44m in UK corporation tax

Anne Sacoolas named as US diplomat’s wife who killed British teenager Harry Dunn and fled home to the US, claiming diplomatic immunity. Mr Johnson, Boris Johnson, Fashion Kids, Volvo, Raf Bases, Fight For Justice, Us Government, Twin Brothers, Teenager

Harry Dunn suspect 'won't voluntarily return to the UK' despite charge

Anne Sacoolas "will not return voluntarily to the UK" after being charged in relation to the death of Harry Dunn, her lawyer has said. Sacoolas has been charged with death by dangerous driving, the Crown Prosecution Service announced today, after Mr Dunn was killed in a car crash in August.

Year 8 task to imagine being parent of Manchester Arena attack victim ‘not acceptable’, said parents Ariana Grande Concert, East Yorkshire, Year 8, Saying Sorry, Homework, Forgiveness, Manchester, Parents, Student

Bridlington school says sorry for homework on terrorist forgiveness

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Britain’s highest-paid boss takes million pay rise at Bet 365 - that is thoroughly OBSCENE ! Investiture Ceremony, West Bromwich, Stoke City, Britain, Boss

Britain’s highest-paid boss takes £57 million pay rise at Bet 365

Britain’s highest-paid boss has kept her place at the top of the charts after pocketing a £57 million basic pay rise last year. Denise Coates, the chief executive of Bet365, took home a basic salary of almost £277 million in the year ended March 2019. It comfortably makes her the highest-paid boss in the country, and comes on top of the around £45 million she is believed to

'Brexit man' Steve Bray finally quits protesting after Conservative Party's general election win - AND ABOUT BLOODY TIME ! He's ruined my TV watching for ever ! Mr Johnson, Boris Johnson, Michelle Dewberry, Titanic Exhibition, Arlene Foster, University Of Bath, Kingston Upon Hull

'Brexit man' finally stops protest after two years in wake of Tory win

A political activist known as “Brexit man” has decided to stop protesting after two years in the wake of the Conservative Party's landslide election win. Steve Bray had become a well known figure outside Westminster for his persistent call to “stop Brexit.” But, after heckling MPs, journalists and Leave voters since September 2017, Mr Bray ended his protest after last

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