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London Police Mocked for Confiscating a Spoon in ‘Dangerous’ Weapons Bust

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London Police Mocked for Confiscating a Spoon in ‘Dangerous’ Weapons Bust


Fmr. Army Intelligence Analyst and Assange supporter Chelsea Manning again incarcerated after refusing to comply with court

In addition to being held in custody for the duration of the grand jury's investigation or until Manning testifies, the judge ordered her to be fined $500 every day that she is in custody after 30 days and $1,000 every day in custody after 60 days, according to a statement by Manning's lawyers.
This is getting out of hand, this is blackmailing into complying with court: You either obey us, or we are going to bleed you out financially. This cannot be lawful, in my opinion.
Assange remains in England and has vowed to fight extradition to the United States. Swedish prosecutors have reopened an inquiry into rape allegations against him, and are seeking to extradite Assange to Sweden.
One way or the other, they try to get their hands on him, they even warm up those allegations, as if they found any more evidence on it.
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Woman wrongly stripped off her pension commits suicide

The 81-year-old had been left reliant on her savings when the Department for Work and Pensions stopped paying her pension.
This is how a society looks like when people are withdrawn their most essential needs because of the law or whatever. You get your society's elders jumping off roofs because you want to save some of the taxpayer's money. Think about it.
An inquest into her death heard Mrs Worrall described as too proud to tell her family about her financial problems. The inquiry heard she had previously said she would throw herself off a quarry if she ended up with any major health or financial worries.

She had previously insisted to commit suicide this way because she know she probably might end up bankrupt. This is sick, simply sick.

He added: "It's a disgrace how this can happen in modern society and what concerns me is that this could happen to someone else."
Same. My condolences to the bereaved family that has lost he... show more


Secretary Pompeo discusses post-Brexit relationship with U.K.


#brexit #britain #discusses #free trade agreement #iran #jeremy hunt #middle east #mike pompeo #oan newsroom #pompeo #post #president trump #relationship #secretary #secretary of state mike pompeo #u.k.
Secretary Pompeo discusses post-Brexit relationship with U.K.


Britain passes one week without coal power for first time since 1882

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English maritime beings do Cocaine

It said, “Cocaine was found in all samples tested, and other illicit drugs such as ketamine, pesticides and pharmaceuticals were also widespread in the shrimp that were collected.”

Professor Nic Bury, from the University of Suffolk, said, "Whether the presence of cocaine in aquatic animals is an issue for Suffolk, or more widespread an occurrence in the UK and abroad, awaits further research.

#England #Drugs #Shrimps #News #Cocaine #Cocaino #Britain #GreatBritain #GB #UK #UnitedKingdom

#LocalElection2019 #Brexit #Britain
BREXIT BACKLASH: Tories and Labour Pummeled in Local UK Elections!!!


No more Queen's speeches to be delivered because next date only after the advent of Brexit

The determination to deliver Brexit first opens up the prospect of no Queen’s Speech until the autumn at the earliest – even if the prime minister survives that long.
I would rather believe that the sitting Queen is not going to experience Brexit anymore, regaridng the progress of Brexit negotiations. I would not even believe that her husband or the succeeding royals are going to experience the advent of Brexit. The only thing I believe is that eventually, a new cabinet is simply going to dump Brexit and stay in the EU because they have realised what a smelly pile of shit the whole idea is.
Many at Westminster believe Ms May is desperate to avoid a new Queen’s Speech for fear that Brexiteer Tories will vote it down – to bury the deal they hate – and accelerate her departure from No 10.

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Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn rejects invitation to state banquet

"[British Prime Minister] Theresa May should not be rolling out the red carpet for a state visit to honour a President who rips up vital international treaties, backs climate change denial and uses racist and misogynist rhetoric," Corbyn said in a statement.

Other prominent British politicians, including House of Commons Speaker John Bercow and Liberal Democrat party leader Sir Vince Cable, have also declined invitations to the state dinner, according to the BBC.

#Trump #DonaldTrump #News #Politics #Corbyn #JeremyCorbyn #Britain #GreatBritain #UnitedKingdom #England #GB #UK #Brexit #US #USA #ForeignAffairs

#pdf #studie #download #militär

#IMI-Studie 2019/02
Rule Britannia?
#Brexit, Global Britain und Post-imperiale Hybris

  • Das Global-Britain-Programm der Henry Jackson Society
    1.1 #Großbritannien: Der entfesselte Gulliver
    1.2 “Wächter“ der Regelbasierten #Weltordnung
    1.3 Ostasien: Zukunft der #Geopolitik
    1.4 Ausbau der Militärpräsenz im Indo-Pazifik
  • Gavin Williamson auf imperialer Mission
    2.1 Großbritannien in der Blüte seiner Macht
    2.2 Neue Militärbasen östlich von Suez
    2.3 Kanonenbootpolitik: Fregatten – #Flugzeugträger – FONOPS
    2.4 Reminiszenzen ans #Empire
  • Das Globale Britannien auf dem Holzweg
    3.1 Wessen Regeln – Wessen Profite?
    3.2 Diego Garcia: Offenbarungseid der Regelbasierten Ordnung
    3.3 Auf Kollisionskurs mit #China
    3.4 Global Britain – #Britain Alone!
  • Post-Imperiale Hybris
— Henry Jackson Society: Gut vernetzte Hardliner
— Machtpolitische instrumentalisierte Entwicklungshilfe
— Deutschland: Not amused
Rule Britannia?


Harry and Meghan plan to move to Africa, unsurprisingly

Prince Harry was in Malawi for longer—three weeks to my one. (And he would be back for approximately another month the following summer, 2017, for phase two of the operation.) And although I was nominally “participating”—invited on occasion to ride in the helicopter from which the elephants were darted with sedatives, riding daily in the so-called “chase” vehicle in which the ground crew rushed through the bush to the sedated elephants (and which, by the way, spoiled me for run-of-the-mill safari game drives forever)—Harry was actually working.

I asked him one day if he wasn’t afraid. “I’ve done this a few times before,” Harry replied. “Also, I’m fatalistic. If something is going to happen to you, it will happen. And I have such a respect for wild animals that it’s a privilege to be around them. Plus, the army taught me teamwork.” (His cred was confirmed to me by the co-founder of Conservation Solutio
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Extinction Rebellion gridlocking London

Protesters at both locations were later removed, but police warned of disruption throughout the day.

Nine protesters also glued themselves together in a chain outside the Treasury, preventing people from the entering the Westminster building.
Wait, what the heck?
Extinction Rebellion is urging the government to "tell the truth" about the scale of the climate crisis. It wants the UK to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2025 and a Citizens' Assembly to oversee the changes needed to achieve that goal.

#News #Politics #Britain #GreatBritain #England #GB #UnitedKingdom #UK #London #ExtinctionRebellion #Environment #Environmentalism #Europe #ClimateChange #Europa #GlobalWarming


On Julian Assange

1. World Socialist Website:

CNN cited US legal scholar Orin Kerr, who bluntly stated that the two publicly-revealed US charges against Assange—alleging he was involved in a conspiracy to gain unauthorised access to a US government computer—were “a placeholder.” Kerr said they were only “a brief indictment sufficient to get the case started, but very likely only a small part of any case against Assange.”

There is no evidence, in the indictment against Assange, or a supporting affidavit from an FBI special agent, indicating that the password was ever broken. Moreover, as an army intelligence analyst, Manning already had authorised access to all of the material that she would provide to WikiLeaks.

The affidavit against Assange accompanying the indictment, however, incorporates language taken directly from the US Espionage Act. It states that “Manning and Assange had reason to be
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Trump to visit France and England amid D-Day commemorations

Previous to his visit, I would like to demand every member of his administration to be briefed on what has happened during D-Day, so that we can avoid the fauxpas that we were sadly to experience the year before. We don't need any further exhibition of his administration's incapability to recall historic events of this expense. Thanks a lot!
Remember the outstanding relationship between Germany and the US: The Independent
“President Donald J. Drumpf and First Lady Melania Drumpf accepted the invitation of Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to visit the United Kingdom from June 3 to 5, 2019,” a statement said. “This state visit will reaffirm the steadfast and special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom.

Drumpf will also participate in a
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New IRA admits murder of journalist Lyra McKee, offers sincere apologies

“In the course of attacking the enemy Lyra McKee was tragically killed while standing beside enemy forces," the statement said.

“On Thursday night, following an incursion on the Creggan by heavily armed British crown forces which provoked rioting, the IRA deployed our volunteers to engage,” it said.

It said: “The Derry 1916 Commemoration Committee have opted to cancel this Easter Monday’s annual Easter Commemoration as a mark of respect for the tragic and accidental killing of Lyra McKee.

#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Ulster #News #Politics #Murder #NewIRA #ContinuaryIRA #England #Britain #GreatBritain #UK #UnitedKingdom #Europe


After two incidents of grease obstructing sewers, now comes concrete

(Seriously, the people of London need to stop flushing down everything they have down the toilet. I mean, how would such some masses of concrete enter the sewers? Do construction firms flush their useless blended concrete down somewhere? I don't know how this would work, but as it seems, it fucking did! Seriously, what is wrong with those people?)
London is currently dealing with the consequences of someone’s very bad idea near the Islington district. Thames Water, the city’s public water utility, reports that it is removing a mass of solidified concrete that’s over 300 yards long and weighs as much as a blue whale. Thames Water also says that the “concreteberg” is the biggest solid mass of its kind the company has ever seen, which is saying something for London, a city famous for its enormous fatbergs.

The concreteberg is blocking three sewers, and Thames Water expects to spend several hundred thousand pounds to clean up the mess. It will
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The richest one percent of England own half of the land

The figures show that if the land were distributed evenly across England’s population, each person would have just over half an acre – an area roughly half the size of Parliament Square in central London.

While land has long been concentrated in the hands of a small number of owners, precise information about property ownership has been notoriously hard to access. But a combination of the development of digital maps and data as well as pressure from campaigners has made it possible to assemble the shocking statistics.

Shrubsole estimates that “the aristocracy and gentry still own around 30% of England”. This may even be an underestimate, as the owners of 17% of England and Wales remain undeclared at the Land Registry. The most likely owners of this undeclared land are aristocrats, as many of their estates have remained in their families for centuries.

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The Martyrdom of Julian Assange....
The arrest Thursday of Julian Assange eviscerates all pretense of the rule of law and the rights of a free press. The illegalities, embraced by the Ecuadorian, British and U.S. governments, in the seizure of Assange are ominous. They presage a world where the internal workings, abuses, corruption, lies and crimes, especially war crimes, carried out by corporate states and the global ruling elite will be masked from the public. They presage a world where those with the courage and integrity to expose the misuse of power will be hunted down, tortured, subjected to sham trials and given lifetime prison terms in solitary confinement. They presage an Orwellian dystopia where news is replaced with propaganda, trivia and entertainment. The arrest of Assange, I fear, marks the official beginning of the corporate totalitarianism that will define our lives.
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We should BOYCOTT products from BRITAIN, AMERICA etc. Don't have HOLIDAYS there either, also the same for ISRAEL.


Wikileaks founder Julian Assange not going to be executed

The process of moving Assange out of the Ecuadorian Embassy started a year ago, on March 7, 2018, when the Ecuadorians made their first request to the U.K.: a letter asking for written assurances that the U.K. would not extradite Assange to a country where he could face the death penalty, according to the Ecuadorian Interior Minister Maria Paula Romo.

The Latin American country said it has spent $10 million on Assange, including medical expenses, legal counsel, food and laundry since 2012 when Assange first sought asylum from Sweden where he was the subject of a rape investigation – an inquiry he has claimed was politically motivated. Prosecutors in Sweden on Thursday announced they intended to re-open the investigation.

Grenell then contacted the U.S Justice Department to see if he could provide assurances that the U.S. government would not seek the death penalty. According to the senior U.S. official, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein consented. That enabled
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ILPS condemns arrest of Julian Assange, demands his immediate release as journalist

We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), strongly condemn the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange by British authorities under the direction of the US government. We defend his rights as a journalist and demand his immediate release.

Assange has earned the ire of the US for exposing the truth about US behind-the-scenes machinations in its drive to carry out foreign interventions and launch wars of aggression for regime change and economic plunder. Wikileaks has published volumes of material documenting the crimes of US imperialism around the world.

The arrest of Assange is based on a charge of engaging in theft of US state secrets. Assange is accused of conspiring with US Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning to crack a password on a Defense Department computer network for classified documents and communications to download classified records and transmit them to WikiLeaks.

The charge sheet released to the public by the US State Depar... show more


Ecuadorian president Lenin Moreno alleges Assange of espionage

President Moreno - who came to power in 2017 - said of the decision to end Assange's seven-year stay in the embassy: "Any attempt to destabilise is a reprehensible act for Ecuador, because we are a sovereign nation and respectful of the politics of each country."
First they said that it was his bad behaviour inside the embassy that led to his sack, and now, Sr. Moreno thinks that he was spying? It wouldn't be anythin surprising since Wikileaks' format is to expose official data that is held secret, and I don't believe that he grew partisan due to his hideaway inside this embassy. Maybe he really has tried to expose Ecuadorian documents, who knows?
"I think the first thing to say is Ecuador has been making some pretty outrageous allegations over the past few days to justify what was an unlawful and extraordinary act in allowing British police to come inside an embassy," she said.

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May deliberately places «Festival of Britain» in year of the Irish civil war's 100th anniversary

What is now the Irish republic became the Irish Free State in 1922, while Northern Ireland remained part of the UK. A civil war erupted among Irish nationalists over the remaining links with Britain and raged for a year. Sunder Katwala, the report’s author, said: “Holding a festival of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 2022, on the centenary of Ireland’s partition and civil war, would be the worst possible timing. It is only likely to heighten tensions between communities – and that’s before we know Brexit’s implications for the border. Right across the UK, a festival so closely associated with Brexit may only reinforce divides when it could be bridging them.”
I don't even believe that her announcement in this centenary event was a simple coincidence. I mean, why would you announce to hold such a festival in three years, where suddenly, public figures have to remind her that it would correla... show more


Bloody jewel in crown of British Empire: How India was mistreated during colonial rule — RT World News

What resulted was the uprooting of 15 million people and the deaths of over a million. Let loose by the officially announced religious divide, yesterday's neighbors began killing each other and taking away each other's homes and livelihoods, settling old feuds with blood and perpetrating localized ethnic cleansing.
Hey! Look around you! It's still going on today...

#Venezuela #Brazil #Ecuador #Guatemala #El Salvador #Honduras and on and on, really.

#Empire #Colonization #Britain #India #Horror #Terror of History

#Do NOT Read RT if you're a obedient little monkey -- you'll get a treat later... maybe.

Sarkozy double game - Gaddafis removal triggered refugee crisis of 2015 - 2019 another General brings war back to Libya - Rockefeller in Libya

French Ex President Sarkozy accepted about 50 Mio USD from Libya’s (killed 2011 by rebel groups) dictator Gaddafi as “friendship gift” which he spend in the 2007 election campaign to win presidency by 53.1%.

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Sarkozy double game - Gaddafis removal triggered refugee crisis of 2015 - 2019 another General brings war back to Libya

French Ex President Sarkozy accepted about 50 Mio USD from Libya’s (killed 2011 by rebel groups) dictator Gaddafi as “friendship gift” which he spend in the 2007 election campaign to win presidency by 53.1%.

Of course General Gaddafi ruled Libya with a iron fist and now anoth... show more


On the book Assange clutched onto when being arrested

Looking frail after seven years in his cramped embassy quarters, Assange emerged and pointedly held out a copy of ‘Gore Vidal: History of The National Security State (Includes Vidal on America)’.

The book immediately drew attention given Assange’s long-running battles with those who wield power and seek to protect powerful interests, and Vidal’s musings on the same topics. The U.S. Justice Department accuses Assange of conspiring with Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government computer at the Pentagon; his defenders, including whistleblower Edward Snowden, called Assange’s arrest a grave blow to press freedom.

After Assange’s copy of the book was spotted, the Real News Network posted a series of Jay’s interviews with Vidal from 2007. They cover power, public information, politics and more, and include Vidal’s assertion that President Harry Truman decided, after the Second World War, to make a ready-made enemy out of J
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Queen Victoria was the daughter of Edward, duke of Kent, a younger brother of George IV and William IV who had died within a couple of years of her birth (section upgrade):

#history #historyfiles #saxony #britain


Four further pieces on Julian Assange's arrest and extradition, and what it means for journalism

1. Task & Purpose:

London police were invited into the embassy at Ecuador's request — Assange finally pissed them off enough — and the cops subsequently hauled out Old Man WikiLeaks and threw him into a waiting police van.
Pissing him off means that he didn't care to pay his own fees, not cleaning on his own, and not taking care of his cat but telling the employees inside the embassy to do that. He behaved as if he was on his vacations in a hotel, while he was a persecuted criminal hiding inside the embassy.
After his arrest, the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed charges against him, which amount to "conspiracy to commit computer intrusion for agreeing to break a password to a classified U.S. government computer" — stemming from his 2010 conversations with then-Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.

While many will hem an
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EU-Kommissar #Günther Oettinger im DLF-Interview

Der schlechteste Fall wäre gewesen, die Briten gehen und werden nicht geregelt. Der wurde jetzt vermieden, zumindest verschoben. Jetzt haben die Briten ein halbes Jahr Zeit, um entweder doch dem Abkommen des Michel Barnier und die Kommission im Auftrag Europas mit den Briten verhandelt haben im Unterhaus zu genehmigen. Die Chance besteht.

Bisher gab es keinen Dialog. Den gibt es seit acht Tagen. Ich baue darauf, dass die beiden großen Parteien im Unterhaus vielleicht doch zu Gemeinsamkeiten kommen. Zum Dritten, ein Referendum zwei wäre denkbar. Es wäre auch denkbar, dass man Neuwahlen eingeht. Kurzum, es gibt ein paar Optionen, und jede wäre besser als die, einen Austritt zu haben ohne jede Regelung.

Die Europawahl war noch nie so wichtig wie in diesem Jahr. Deswegen sollte man alles tun, um irgendwelche rechtlichen Einwendungen zu vermeiden. Deswegen werden die Br
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Does Julian Assange seriously face death penalty amid extradition to UK?

(Normally, I couldn't care less for such ridiculous claims, especially when they are uttered by reporters of Russia Today, a Kremlin-controlled proxy news station for people who only see an opponent state oppressed by the US-led Western elite. But since I have seen some talking heads here on the Diaspora who have got enough influence to feed their fellowship with such some information, I guess that it's worth to prove them wrong. Feel free to read the article)
The claim that was made:
In her next Telegram post, Simonyan asserted: “Kindly Ecuador, which today surrendered Assange to the police, demanded that the British not extradite him to the country where he faces death penalty – i.e. the States. A few years ago Assange told me the UK will extradite him to Sweden and [from]Sweden to the U.S. Precisely where he is under the threat of the death penalty.”
According to Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute
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Somebody Marked Thatcher’s Grave as a Public Restroom ! LMAO

I post pictures / meme every day about anarchy and other cool stuff.
Feel free to download them and share them ! 😀

#shitposting #anarchist meme for cool people
#Thatcher #grave #piss #google #map #osm
#troll #humor #revenge #Ireland #Irish #history
#irishfolklore #irish #england #britain #ireland

Rasputin Was A Great And Good Man, Cruelly Murdered and Slandered by Evil British Spies.... Everything you thought you knew about Rasputin is a whopping lie. He was one of the greatest Russian heroes ever
This article gives an excellent account of the revisionist view of the story of Rasputin, which is now widely accepted in Russia. It is 180 degrees different from what is generally known about him in the west.
Instead of being a "mad monk", evil, and debauched, he is thought to have been a good, holy man, a Russian hero who was practically single-handedly saving the country and the monarchy, and causing the evil British government to assassinate him, with disastrous results for Russia.



SC judge Brett Kavanaugh to teach American George Mason U. in Runnymede, England

The judge, who faced a tempestuous and hugely divisive confirmation process last year over sexual assault allegations stemming from his youth, has been hired by George Mason University to teach the course.

The Virginia college, located in the outskirts of Washington DC, has appointed him to teach a law course on the origins and creation of the US constitution, the university confirmed on 27 March and the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
How would he continue to do his job in the Supreme Court when he (temporarily?) resided in England to teach the students in England the American Constitution? I mean, would he then do his job via video conferences? A virtual participation in fron of court?
There, four students wrote an op-ed in the Harvard Law Record, saying that an “opportunity to learn about the supreme court might not be equally available to women because many will self-select out of a class taught by a credibly accused s
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No April Fools: England planned to detonate nuclear bomb in channel tunnel to cut ties to European continent

What exactly is the Government hoping to achieve from negotiations that have begun with Theresa May making veiled threats about withdrawing security cooperation? And, if after such a promising start things turned horribly sour, what are we going to do if our relationship with the rest of Europe breaks down irretrievably?

But an atomic bomb would be “100 per cent effective” at ensuring a “totally irreversible total collapse, rupture [of]tunnel and sea bed to cause total flooding and complete collapse of part of tunnel”.
The more I read, the more I believe this is just an April Fools joke. Oh, who knows... I would even believe Boris Johnson would make up such a plan just to tell the world that Brexit meant Brexit.
Because, they argued, would it really be acceptable: “For overt preparations to be made to destroy our only link with France and the remainder of the Contine
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The Strange Case of Versailles

#Martin-van-Creveld: The Treaty of Versailles, the hundredth anniversary of which will be remembered in June of this year, has attracted more than its share of historical debate. What has not been said and written about it?

The #Treaty-of-Versailles, the hundredth #anniversary of which will be remembered in June of this year, has attracted more than its share of historical debate. What has not been said and written about it? That it did not go far enough, given that #... show more


Ecuadorian embassy to London throws out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange after years of residence

"BREAKING: A high level source within the Ecuadorian state has told @WikiLeaks that Julian Assange will be expelled within 'hours to days' using the #INAPapers offshore scandal as a pretext--and that it already has an agreement with the UK for his arrest," WikiLeaks tweeted from its verified account.
If I remember correctly, he was persecuted for a sexual abuse, right? What was the #INAPapers scandal again?
"The leak has sparked a congressional investigation into President Moreno for corruption. Moreno can’t be summoned for a criminal probe while he remains president. He is currently being investigated and risks impeachment," the blog post read.
Interesting idea, I must admit. The question is whether legal persecutors could rightly rely on WikiLeaks d... show more


Another fatberg in England had to be removed

(I knew this story sounded oh-too familiar to me: They once had to remove a fatberg from the city's sewage system next to London, because people seem to use a certain kind of wet towels that binds all the grease and what-not that flows through the sewers, thus forming a big giant mountain of fat, that eventually plugging all the liquid that was supposed to come through. One can only imagine what it had to be like for the workers who had to remove it. Now, here they went again.)
"Workers have braved exceptionally challenging conditions to break up the beast," SWW said.
The beast from the East? 😉
SWW asked people not to "pour fats, oil or grease down the drain, or flush wet-wipes down the loo".
English exceptionalism, I guess: To think that it would be anyhow logical to flush down grease or oil down the toilet instead of dumping it in the apparent means like a decent, civilised human being.
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5 stabbed in U.K. knife rampage


#brexit #britain #cressida dick #downing street #edmonton #helen millichap #knife #london #oan newsroom #rampage #roy sefa-attakora #stabbed #theresa may #u.k. #united kingdom
5 stabbed in U.K. knife rampage


Channel 4 reporter Jon Snow recognised that Brexiters are mostly angry white males

The veteran broadcaster’s “unscripted observation” came at the “very end of a long week of fast-moving Brexit developments”, Channel 4 News said in a statement.
Well, but if he saw that he was too tired to commit the job properly, he would've better told his boss to look for someone else to take his shift rather than walking in front of camera and humiliating himself, even risking to become subject to rumours regarding any racist tendencies or relations to white supremascists of the EDL or whatever.
"A day which has seen ... I have never seen so many white people in one place, it's an extraordinary story.
That's for sure.
"Jon has covered major events such as this over a long career and this was a spontaneous comment reflecting his observation that in a London demonstration of that size, ethnic minorities seemed to be significantly under-represented.

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And #Britain has become one big reality #TV show to the rest of the world.

The power struggle between the people and the political elite drags on in the #UK! The unexpected and humiliating #deselection of #Grieve pushes the #MP into a panic as they face the real possibility of losing their jobs if they don't deliver a true #Brexit.

#TomLuongo #GoldGoatsnGuns #news #EU #Europe #Britain

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