Cherie Blair, wife of former Prime Minister Tony Blair, has helped free a Rwandan spy chief arrested in London over alleged war crimes in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide.
She was seen giving instructions to barrister Mark Summers QC during an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
General Karenzi Karake, who was visiting the UK to meet the head of MI6, stands accused of ordering massacres in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the murder of three Spanish and two British aid workers.
Read more http://rt.com/uk/269965-rwanda-karake-cherie-blair/
MONDAYS RADIO SHOW IS GOING TO BE THE MOST IMPORTANT SHOW I HAVE EVER DONE..
Bill last week was escorted from parliament with cheers after he confronts the panel over the joke that is CSA Inquiry.
Mondays show is very likely to send shivers through the British Establishment.
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In March 2015, a Danish national television station (TV2) aired a documentary focusing on girls who suspected they had been injured by the HPV vaccine Gardasil. Immediately after the airing of the show, girls with similar experiences started coming out of the woodwork. Virtually all of the girls had the same story to tell.
They began to have serious new medical conditions shortly after using Gardasil so they would go to the doctor. According to Luise Juellund, the vast majority of doctors would tell them the HPV vaccine has no serious side effects and offer psychological problems as an alternative reason for the new symptoms.
Luise should know, her daughter is one of the seriously injured and cannot be left home alone because of daily seizures and hour-long periods of unconsciousness. After disclosing the new symptoms she was experiencing after Gardasil, she was referred for psychological evaluation. Psychiatrists cleared her and she has now been diagnosed with POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) a suspected side effect of HPV vaccines.
Read more http://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/06/24/gardasil-firestorm-in-denmark/
As the result of a Freedom of Information request it has emerged that the London Met Police are compiling a database of almost 3 million people. To put this into perspective, there are currently 8 million people living in the capital.
The database, a bespoke system call the “Facial Recognition System (FRS)” began gathering images in 2009.
A speech by Queen Elizabeth II warning against “division” in Europe as Prime Minister David Cameron plans a referendum on Britain’s EU membership was interpreted by British media on Thursday as a political statement.
British newspapers were quick to express their surprise on Thursday, the same day that Cameron is due to address European Union leaders in Brussels on Britain’s desire for a looser association with the EU bloc.
The Daily Telegraph said “the Queen’s comments may be interpreted by some as the sovereign expressing a view on the EU debate”.
A headline in The Independent read: “Queen issues unexpected warning as EU leaders meet in Brussels for key summit”.
But a Buckingham Palace aide quoted by the BBC rejected the interpretation of the queen’s words.
“This is not about the EU. The queen is apolitical.
That’s the EU official version *cough*
The European Commission has sent a strong political signal to London by appointing a special team to take charge of relations with the UK in the run-up to its referendum on EU membership.
Jonathan Faull, a lawyer and one of Britain’s top civil servants in the commission, will head up the new unit, which officially starts its work on 1 September.
According to EU news :
British Prime Minister David Cameron found his reform agenda sidelined at a tense EU summit Thursday as leaders warned he faces tough negotiations ahead of a referendum on whether to leave the bloc.
And according to the Torygraph:
That infers he wants the reform agenda sidelined?
For me, it was very difficult to go to the police about the rape that I endured in 1967 as a student in London. Police must be looking into allegations about Brittan, I thought. My information might help to build up a picture about him.
“Jane” writes about gathering the courage to report her rape complaint, and her disappointment with outcome.
Read More http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5590/commentary-my-frustration-over-rape-probe-into-leon-brittan