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Tony Blair escapes prosecution


IT WAS BAD news today for Abdul Wahed Shannan Al Rabbat, who has been trying to take a private prosecution against Tony Blair through the British courts. The former Iraqi General alleges that Blair committed a crime when, as Prime ...

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Corbyn challenges May on pay cap

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JEREMY CORBYN has pressed Theresa May to lift the public sector pay cap – in the last Prime Minister’s Questions session before the House of Commons summer recess. The Labour Leader spoke about the lives of ordinary public sector workers, ...

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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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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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