Gordon Parsons goes on a voyage of discovery at the Edinburgh Festival fringe
Monday 21st Aug 2017
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Geneva body to hear evidence on whether government breached global conventions
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May faces backbench revolt after she ditches pre-election prices pledge
Burger chain appears to cave to demands after huge strike vote
VENEZUELA rejected the latest US attacks on its new legislative body on Saturday as Washington declared unwavering support for the opposition-held parliament.
The Foreign Ministry hit back at a US State Department statement attacking the newly elected National Constituent Assembly...
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THIRTY-NINE people were arrested at Saturday’s far-right march in Berlin to commemorate the death of senior nazi Rudolph Hess, police said yesterday.
More than 500 neo-nazis had attempted to march to the site of the former prison in Berlin’s Spandau district where Hess...
by Felicity Collier
A STROUD resident is celebrating his 48th birthday at the site of an unwanted incinerator project with a party exposing the project as “bad for the planet, bad for our health and bad for our pockets.”
Matt Wimpress, who lives less than...
SCOTLAND is critically unprepared to deal with a serious incident arising from nuclear warheads being transported on public roads, a report warned yesterday.
Nuclear weapons are regularly moved to and from factories at Aldermaston and Burghfield,...
PRIVATE hospitals are raking in a £52 million tax break on their business rates while the same rates are set to cost the cash-strapped NHS nearly £2 billion, research published today shows.
An estimated one-quarter of private hospitals are registered as charities, enabling...
HUNTS on National Trust land could be banned later this year after a successful lobby by campaigners.
The League Against Cruel Sports supported charity members to submit a motion barring hunts from huge parts of England and Wales to the trust’s AGM in October.