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Britain certain uncertainties

Lizzie Dearden reports in the Independent, ‘Theresa May has said she will form a Conservative government backed by the DUP, claiming it can bring “certainty” to the UK. After visiting the Queen, the Prime Minister claimed there was a “strong … read more

Indus waters

Fazilda Nabeel in the Independent. ‘India and Pakistan, the two main countries in the basin, divided up rights to the various tributaries under the Indus Waters Treaty of 1960. The treaty has survived various wars and other hostilities between the … read more

Mayor Sadiq Khan seeks to disinvite POTUS

Julian Borger reports in the Guardian, ‘ The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has called on the British government to cancel a planned state visit by Donald Trump after being criticised in two tweets by the US president. Trump initially criticised … read more

An object of ire

Patrick Wintour et al in the Guardian, ‘Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terror, in the Gulf Arab region’s most serious diplomatic crisis in years. The countries … read more

MCB speech on London Bridge atrocity

From MCB Secretary General Haru Khan, at the Press Conference, 4 June 2017 Ladies and gentlemen, Thank you for attending at such short notice. As you can see, we have Muslim community representatives from around the country who have come … read more

Teenage asylum seeker blameless

BBC reports, ‘A Syrian teenager arrested on suspicion of planning a terror attack in Berlin has been released after no incriminating evidence was found. The 17-year-old asylum seeker was arrested in the Uckermark region, north-east of Berlin, on Tuesday. Police … read more

Mayhem in Kabul

Emma-Graham Harrison reports in the Guardian, ‘For years the Afghan capital was an island of relative security in a country battered by a rising tide of violence. The devastating bombing this Wednesday morning [80 killed, 350 injured] was confirmation that … read more

Why Quilliam Must Be Investigated


Jonas Spooner and Jono Stubbings in, ‘The Manchester Arena suicide bombing is a tragedy, but it’s just the latest in a series of tragedies which are a consequence of David Cameron’s 2011 Libyan regime-change which was justified by misinformation … read more