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UK: EU talks will go down to the wire, says Philip Hammond

The British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond give an interview to BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on this Sunday. Speaking about EU referendum. He says Britain needs a “robust deal” for staying in the EU… 202 more words


The United Kingdom said missing bookseller Lee Bo was taken to China against his will

The United Kingdom parliament on Hong Kong, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond called for the immediate return of Lee Bo. Hammond called the abduction of Bo, who is a British citizen, a “serious breach” of a bilateral treaty between the UK and China. 102 more words

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Assange Arbitrarily Detained: Official UN Human Rights Office Report

Posted on Quemado Institute
February 5, 2016

Introduction by Kennedy Applebaum
Quemado Institute

Addressing crowds in London today, WikiLeaks founder and whistleblower Julian Assange declared… 1,105 more words

Julian Assange

War is peace even down to wearing poppies whilst flogging arms

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,336

Thursday 04 February 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

During your arms junket to the Gulf in 2012 you were pictured wearing a poppy as were others in your delegation. 372 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

Britain: Russia trying to "give" a mini-state for Assad in Syria by bombing his enemies instead of Islamic State


Russia trying to secure a military “win” for Assad….

World | Tue Feb 2, 2016 2:18pm EST



Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond speaks during a joint news conference with Jordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh at the Foreign Ministry in Amman, Jordan, February 1, 2016. 234 more words

Why Britain's Brexit Vote Could Be Delayed

For months, as negotiations on the UK’s relationship with the European Union have become increasingly fraught, our political classes have assumed – asserted even – that the upcoming referendum will be held in the middle of this year. 1,228 more words

Liam Halligan

UK Foreign Secretary refuses to condemn Saudi mass execution

Reprieve | January 8, 2015

The UK Foreign Secretary has claimed that 47 people executed by the Saudi authorities on Saturday, including four protestors, were “convicted terrorists”, and has refused to condemn the Saudi government’s actions.

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