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London Marathon 2015 Was Biggest Event in 35 Years

London Marathon 2015 Was Biggest Event in 35 Years

It was cold, windy and it had rained earlier, but still people were not deterred. More than 38,000 people took part in the 26.2 mile 2015 London Marathon, making it the biggest event in the marathon’s 35-year history. Prince Harry was joined by elite athletes, movie stars, models and famous sportsmen, at the Sunday event. […]

Labour Is Raising £7.5bn From Tax Avoiders

Labour Is Raising £7.5bn From Tax Avoiders

Labour is manifesting a general election on Monday, in which policies would be elected to raise £7.5bn from tax avoiders. He is going to carry out the review of the tax collection system to win powers in May, in order to avoid any possible gaps. Conservatives want to take back £5bn from tax avoiders following Chancellor […]

Tony Blair Right on Possible Consequences of U.K. Proposed EU Exodus

Tony Blair Right on Possible Consequences of U.K. Proposed EU Exodus

Tony Blair, former British Prime Minister, spent much of April 7 trying to garner more votes for Ed Miliband, the Labour Party’s candidate in the upcoming election. Milibrand will oppose current Prime Minister David Cameron. Cameron’s Conservatives claim that they will pursue a public referendum on whether the UK should remain part of the European […]

Ukraine to Receive Training From U.S. Military

Ukraine to Receive Training From U.S. Military

A spokesperson from the Pentagon said the U.S. will be sending a small unit of troops to Ukraine to train forces in combat medical training. Ukrainian forces have been fighting  separatists in different parts of the country for months. The Pentagon stated no more than 10 troops will head to western Ukraine for another session of training, advising members of […]

Universal Credit Rolls Out in the United Kingdom

Universal Credit Rolls Out in the United Kingdom

Universal Credit has rolled out in the United Kingdom. The majority of individuals and families claiming most benefits will now receive the single monthly payment, rather than numerous weekly ones. While it has been shrouded in controversy, the trials in the North West of England proved to be successful. The change to the benefits system […]

Anonymous to Expose Child Abusers

Anonymous to Expose Child Abusers

The hacktivist group Anonymous promised going on a march in London on Feb. 13, to expose child abusers that have been protected by money and power until now. The masked collective said they were going to go to the homes of pedophiles that belong to an elite of politicians, royals and religious people amongst others. […]

ISIS Hostage From Britain Seen in Propoganda Video

ISIS Hostage From Britain Seen in Propoganda Video

ISIS released a new propaganda video yesterday in which the British journalist taken hostage with James Foley, John Cantlie, was seen endorsing the video. The film also comes across as a sort of tour, showing the world the destruction the West has done. Cantlie guides viewers through Aleppo, a Syrian city that was bombed and is […]

Putin Makes Steps Towards New Cold War

Putin Makes Steps Towards New Cold War

The world took a big step towards a new Cold War on Friday after Russian President Vladimir Putin made his State of the Nation address. Putin name the United States of America and NATO as the two single biggest threats towards Russia, giving a strong feeling towards the hold Soviet era Cold War. The naming […]

Theresa May Considers Sending Foreign Graduates Home

Theresa May Considers Sending Foreign Graduates Home

U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May is considering plans to send foreign students home once they graduate. They will need to reapply for a working visa while in their home country if they want to return. These new plans are ways to help control the immigration into the country, but not everyone is happy with the […]

Glasgow Bin Lorry Crash Causes Six Fatalities

Glasgow Bin Lorry Crash Causes Six Fatalities

So far, there are six fatalities caused by the Glasgow bin lorry crash yesterday. The incident occurred at around 14:30 close to Queen Street train station. It is one of the most busiest parts of the area for shoppers, especially during this time of year. Police are still trying to determine the reason behind the […]

Candy Crush Saga Playing MP Caught

Candy Crush Saga Playing MP Caught

Nigel Mills, a Conservative Member of Parliament (MP), was caught playing the game, Candy Crush Saga while he was supposed to be participating in a national pension reforms discussion. Instead of participating like he was supposed to, the Mills was observed playing the popularly addictive game from King, a leader in interactive entertainment gaming for […]

Tower of London Poppies Cannot Be Sold on eBay

Tower of London Poppies Cannot Be Sold on eBay

eBay has confirmed that the Tower of London poppies cannot be sold on the site. Anyone trying to sell one of the ceramic pieces of art will find their listing removed. The auction site has already started removing listings. The artwork was created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1. […]

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