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Blair? He’s having a laugh!

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TONY BLAIR’S latest comeback has baffled East Enders as the former Labour Leader made a small concession to reality but quickly returned to form. Having previously sided with rebel Labour MPs who warned that Jeremy Corbyn was a vote-loser who ...

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Operation Duntroon: ten in court

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Operation Duntroon has been working away patiently for six months in an intelligence-led attempt to dismantle an organised crime gang of drug suppliers and dealers in class A drugs in Newham. Last week a number of arrests were made. Some ...

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Yemen: the tragedy continues


IN YEMEN, a child under the age of five dies from preventable causes every ten minutes. This is the shocking statistic which drives the charity Human Appeal to push on with providing aid on the ground in this war-ravaged country. ...

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Hammond clings to Austerity approach

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TORY CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond has promised to stick to the widely discredit “austerity” strategy of the last government and to keep cutting back on the pay of public sector workers. Speaking to Andrew Marr on the BBC’s Sunday Politics show, ...

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