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US President Barrack Obama has used an interview to set out a new offensive strategy toward the IS terrorist group. White House correspondent speculations suggest early targeting of the IS leader and self-proclaimed caliph will include insults and offences aimed toward his mother, his personal appearance, as well as a wide range of sexual insinuations. 38 more words


#PatronisingBTLady campaign for the Scottish referendum

The Scottish referendum for independence, taking place on 18th September, is seen as a once-in-a-generation time opportunity for the people of Scotland to decide on their future. 180 more words


[News]: New Order signed to Mute

Mute signs New Order

General Info (English):
New Order are very pleased to announce they have signed a worldwide deal with Mute, and that their next release will be on the legendary independent label. 733 more words

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International news in brief - Monday 1 September

Israel has announced plans to expropriate 4 sq km of Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank.

According to the BBC the decision to appropriate land south of Bethlehem is believed to be the largest seizure by Israel in 30 years. 998 more words

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In Re W (Children) EWCA Civ 1065, a mother successfully appealed against a residence order granted in favour of the paternal grandmother. There had previously been a written agreement between the local authority and the mother stating that the children would live with their paternal grandmother pending assessment. 121 more words

Lyndsey Sambrooks-Wright

Lady Justice Black held in Re H EWCA Civ 1101 that any previously existing “rule” that one parent cannot unilaterally change a child’s habitual residence should effectively be dismissed. 65 more words

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The President has issued a reminder that parties in the Family Court cannot amend a court-fixed timetable without prior approval. It had been agreed in an advocates’ meeting in the matter of… 46 more words

Lyndsey Sambrooks-Wright