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So our Chancellor has decided just about unilaterally to give another £10 billion of taxpayers’ money to the International Monetary Fund.
Cambridge Art Historian Thomas de Wesselow has failed to debunk the Turin Shroud as proof of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Ben Gilroy and John Squires’s injunction to prevent the next payment to the banks of 3.1 billion Euros has been dismissed by the High court.
At the time that the UK is looking back on the 1982 Falklands War remembering its fallen heroes, the Argentine government is whipping up a frenzy amongst its people looking for another bash at grabbing…
The chaos we are seeing at our petrol pumps is not just a reflection of bad administration at the heart of government but proof of it.
The British Queen been accused by Jacques Cheminade a French presidential candidate of profiting from drug money.