London cyclists ride to support Palestinians
Several hundred cyclists have taken to the streets of London to protest the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and to raise money for a Palestinian charity.
Britain’s New 22 person Zionist-Friendly Cabinet
Boris Johnson’s 22-member cabinet has been subjected to intense scrutiny by the British press.
UK daily warns Iranian military strength may overpower British forces amid tensions
The UK’s Daily Express paper has published a report, featuring a “shock chart”, illustrating that Iranian military strength may overpower that of Britain in various key aspects.
15 Offensive Quotes New UK PM Boris Johnson about Places, People and Cultures
Boris Johnson is well known for his outrageous and offensive remarks. Here is a list of his most controversial comments.
Iran means so much to my son
Boris Johnson's dad:
New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s father is confident his son has what it takes to end the ongoing tensions between Iran and Britain, as the two sides continue to trade barbs after impounding each other's oil tankers.
Londoners protest against Boris Johnson
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in central London on Wednesday, July 24, to protest against Britain's newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
UK Approved $800mln in Arms Sales to Saudis After Khashoggi Murder
The British government approved the sale of military equipment worth $800 million to Saudi Arabia in the six months following the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to UK-based Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT).
How Trump’s arch-hawk lured Britain into dangerous trap to punish Iran
John Bolton, White House national security adviser and notorious Iraq-era hawk, is a man on a mission. Given broad latitude over policy by Donald Trump, he is widely held to be driving the US confrontation with Iran. And in his passionate bid to tame Tehran, Bolton cares little who gets hurt – even if collateral damage includes a close ally such as Britain.
Dutch forces '10% liable' for Srebrenica massacre, Supreme Court says
The Supreme Court of the Netherlands has upheld an earlier ruling that found the country partly liable for the deaths of 350 Bosnian Muslims in Bosnia's Srebrenica massacre in 1995.