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Deadly blasts rock Assad strongholds
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Syria conflict: Deadly blasts rock Assad strongholds



   
   

       
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At least 65 people have been killed in multiple blasts in Syrian government coastal strongholds, reports say.

Explosions hit the cities of Tartus and Jableh. Several of the blasts were caused by suicide bombers, a UK-based monitoring group said.

Syrian media said bus stations were among the targets. A hospital is also reported to have been hit.

Attacks of this scale are rare in these areas. No group has yet said it was behind the blasts.


                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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'Child slave' receives council apology
« Reply #153 on: May 25, 2016, 01:00:18 AM »
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'Child slave' receives Nottinghamshire County Council apology



   
   

       
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A man who said he was forced to work as a child slave after being taken into foster care has received an apology from his local authority.

Terry Lodge, from Bassetlaw, said he was forced to work in a foundry, when he should have been in school.

Bassetlaw MP John Mann, who raised the case in parliament, paid tribute to Mr Lodge for his bravery.

Nottinghamshire County Council said the quality of care he received was "unsatisfactory".

'Suffered harm'

Mr Lodge said he was sent out to work on a farm when he was aged eight, and sent to work in a foundry when he was 11.

The 55-year-old said he was forced to work by his original foster parents, up until the age of 15, and was beaten and sometimes starved while in their care.

But, when he complained he said no-one came to help.

Mr Lodge previously told the BBC that his childhood and adult life had been "spoiled".

                                                                                                   

Steve Edwards, the council's service director for children's social care, met Mr Lodge to apologise after the authority concluded he "suffered harm" after being placed in care more than 40 years ago.

He said: "There were opportunities to protect him which were sadly not acted upon.

"I would encourage anyone who has any concerns about the way they were treated while in care to come forward, no matter how long ago it was."

Mr Mann said: "For too long people like Mr Lodge were not believed when they brought forward their allegations.

"It is right that Nottinghamshire County Council has now formally apologised and I pay tribute to the bravery of Terry Lodge in bringing this to light."


                                                                                               

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« Reply #154 on: May 26, 2016, 01:00:11 AM »
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Media captionPolice used pepper spray and smoke grenades as the protest turned violent

Protesters outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico have thrown burning T-shirts and bottles and clashed with police.

Police in riot gear fired smoke grenades into the crowd. Protesters also interrupted Mr Trump's speech at the rally in Albuquerque.

Mr Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, wants a wall to be built along the border with Mexico.

New Mexico is the most Hispanic state in the US.

'Still in diapers'

The protesters had gathered outside the Albuquerque Convention Center, with banners that read "Trump is Fascist" and "We've heard enough".

As the rally got under way, the crowd grew angry, throwing stones at police and trying to set fire to Trump T-shirts they had stolen from a seller, the Albuquerque Journal reports.

Albuquerque police said bottles and rocks had been thrown at officers and police horses, and damage to a Convention Center window may have been caused by a pellet gun.

They were seen responding by firing pepper spray and smoke grenades into the crowd.


               
               
               

               
               
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Mr Trump, speaking to a crowd of 4,000 people, was typically robust in his response to the protesters.

"How old is this kid?" he asked of one that disrupted the rally, adding: "Still wearing diapers."

To others, he said: "Go home to mommy."

Albuquerque is the first stop of Mr Trump's tour of New Mexico, and his rally came on the same day he easily won the Republican presidential primary in Washington state.

His opponents have dropped out of the race, and he is now just a few votes short of securing the 1,237 delegates needed to officially become the Republican candidate for November's presidential election.

New Mexico's Republican Governor Susana Martinez has been critical of Mr Trump's attacks on immigrants and has not yet said if she will support his candidacy for the election.

She and other senior members of the local Republican party stayed away from Tuesday's rally.


               
               
               

               
               
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Net migration to UK rises to 333,000
« Reply #155 on: May 27, 2016, 01:00:21 AM »
Net migration to UK rises to 333,000

Net migration to UK rises to 333,000 - second highest on record



   
   

       
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Net migration to the UK rose to 333,000 in 2015, according to the Office for National Statistics.

The net figure is the number of people who moved to the UK for at least a year, less the number leaving the UK for at least a year.

The ONS figures estimate that net migration for EU citizens was 184,000.

UKIP's Nigel Farage said the numbers showed immigration was "out of control". The figures are set to dominate EU referendum campaigning.

In other developments, with four weeks to go before the UK votes on 23 June on whether to stay in or leave the EU:


   

   

       

   
   

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According to the Office for National Statistics, there was a 20,000 rise in net migration to the UK from the 313,000 for the year to December 2014.

The figure is well above the government's aim of getting it to the "tens of thousands" and is the highest recorded for a calendar year.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage said the numbers show "mass immigration is still hopelessly out of control and set to get worse if we Remain inside the EU, going on with disastrous open borders".

                                                                                                   

Thursday's figures show estimated levels of long-term migration into the UK from within the EU and outside in the year to December 2015.

They show that 270,000 EU citizens moved to the UK for at least a year in 2015, up from 264,000 in 2014. The number of non-EU citizens moving to the UK was 287,000, up from 277,000 in 2014.

The rise in the net figure was the result of fall in the numbers of people emigrating.


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There are about two million citizens of other EU countries currently working in the UK, according to the latest Labour Force Survey.

Figures published by the ONS earlier this month showed 1.2 million more EU migrants have got National Insurance numbers in the past five years than have shown up in the official immigration statistics - a discrepancy seized upon by critics of current immigration policy.

Speaking on Wednesday, Conservative MP and former shadow home secretary David Davis said EU migration had absorbed a million of the 2.5 million jobs created in the UK in the last five years.

"Britain, not the EU, is the job creation machine," he said.

"The EU is in fact a job transfer machine - switching employment from British workers to those from the continent."

But in a speech later - his first of the referendum campaign - former Labour Home Secretary Lord Blunkett will defend the last Labour government's controversial record on immigration and criticise those who he says want to create a "fortress Britain".


                                                                                               

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« Reply #156 on: May 27, 2016, 01:09:14 AM »
what if scotland swerves the EU vote ?

Maybe the first referendum for scotland to be independent - should have been "yes"


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I'm no secret Brexiteer, says Cameron
« Reply #157 on: May 28, 2016, 01:00:04 AM »
I'm no secret Brexiteer, says Cameron

EU referendum: I'm no secret Brexiteer, says David Cameron



   
   

       
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David Cameron has rejected claims he is a "closet Brexiteer," insisting he is  "passionate" about staying in the EU.

Speaking at the G7 summit in Japan, the prime minister, a leading figure in the Remain campaign, denied reports that his "instinct" was to vote Leave.

"I am not a closet anything. I have pretty much had the same view about Europe ever since I got involved in active politics," the PM said.

Boris Johnson told him it was "not too late" to join the Leave campaign.

With four weeks to go before the UK votes on 23 June about whether to leave the European Union, there have been reports that Conservative PM Mr Cameron, at heart,  backs "Brexit," as a British exit from the EU is known.

'Special status'

Steve Hilton, who was one of Mr Cameron's closest aides before leaving Downing Street in 2012 and who worked alongside him when they were both Tory researchers, told the Times on Thursday: "If he was a member of the public, or a backbench MP or a junior minister or even a cabinet minister, I'm certain that he would be for Leave.


               
               
               

               
               
           

           
           
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"That's his whole instinct. That's who he is. As prime minister he sees it from a different perspective and that's perfectly reasonable ... but I think that if he didn't have that perspective, he would be for Leave."

But Mr Cameron, who has described himself as a Eurosceptic, said at the close of the G7 summit:  "I am not a closet anything. I have pretty much had the same view about Europe ever since I got involved in active politics.

                                                                                                   

"I have always taken the same view, which is that we are better off in this organisation but we should be aiming to reform this organisation, we should be looking to enhance the special status that Britain.

"I have never been a closet Brexiteer. I am absolutely passionate about getting the right result, getting this reform in Europe and remaining part of it. It's in Britain's national interest."

'Joy in Heaven'

He pointed to a joint declaration by the leaders of the G7 countries - the UK, US, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and Canada - at the end of the two-day Ise-Shima summit, which stated: "UK exit from the EU would reverse the trend toward greater global trade, investment and the jobs they create and is a further serious risk to growth".

"When you are faced with a difficult decision, it is often a good thing to listen to what your friends think," the prime minister said.

In an interview with BBC South political editor Peter Henley, one of the most senior Conservatives in the Vote Leave campaign, Boris Johnson noted Mr Hilton's comments and said it was "not too late".

Asked if he was suggesting Mr Cameron should join him in campaigning for the UK to leave the EU, the former London mayor added: "Yes. There is more joy in Heaven over one that repenteth. Now is the time. There's a month to go."

He added: "He has been a believer in democracy and over 20 years or so he has been a strong Eurosceptic."

Mr Cameron, in turn, told LBC radio last week that Mr Johnson had "told a lot of people that he'd never been a Leaver" - Mr Johnson responded that he had "been a Eurosceptic for decades".

The Daily Mail reported earlier this week that "senior party figures" had warned of a vote of no-confidence in Mr Cameron after 23 June, whatever the outcome, over his handling of the referendum campaign.


                                                                                               

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Re: I'm no secret Brexiteer, says Cameron
« Reply #158 on: May 28, 2016, 11:33:04 AM »
I'm no secret Brexiteer, says Cameron

That's hardly surprising seeing that Cameron is a fully paid up member of the New World Order Bilderberg group.

After the failure of Napoleon and Hitler it is from the Bilderberg Group that the modern day impetus came to create the United States of Europe. This time via lies and disinformation and blackmail rather than war. Bilderberg lackeys like Heath Blair Cameron Clegg etc. abandon all patriotism and all honour to God in order to serve the creation of their new Tower of Babel.

If you don't know about the Bilderberg Group, and all its subsets, then you won't have a clue about what is happening in the world.

NB, don't waste time looking at Wikipedia to get a grasp because one of the founding principles of that organisation was to lie and cover up its very existence. The internet has put the kybosh on that idea, but they constantly edit the likes of wiki to ensure their own sanitised description is maintained.

Anyone foolish enough to vote "Remain" in the coming referendum needs to know that such a vote is serving the objectives of Satan to accelerate the creation of his One World Government of the beast.
Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)
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« Reply #159 on: May 29, 2016, 01:00:05 AM »
Spurs to play at Wembley next season

Tottenham's new 61,000-seater stadium is expected to be completed in two years

Tottenham have reached a deal to play their Champions League home games at Wembley next season.

The Premier League club also has the option to play all home league and cup matches, as well as any European games, at the national stadium during the 2017-18 campaign.

Spurs are having a new £400m stadium built next to their existing White Hart Lane ground.

The development is due to be completed in time for the 2018-19 season.

"Our season ticket waiting list is over 50,000 so this now also offers us a great opportunity to provide more of our supporters with a chance to see the team play live during our Champions League campaign," said chairman Daniel Levy.

"Importantly, as we know it was our fans' preference, it means that we can play our home matches in London during our season away."

Tottenham's third-place finish in the Premier League qualified them for the group stages of next season's Champions League, which means they will play at least three home matches in the competition.

Their north-London rivals Arsenal hosted Champions League games at Wembley in 1998-99 and 1999-2000.

Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn welcomed Spurs' move, saying: "The increased revenue will help us meet our targets for improving coaching and grassroots facilities and growing participation."

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