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Police in Woolwich, south London, after Wednesday's attack.
By DOUGLAS MURRAY
How many ignored warnings does it take? That is one question that should hang over Britain after the horror of the daytime murder of a British soldier on the streets of south London. On Wednesday afternoon, Drummer Lee Rigby was killed in Woolwich by two men wielding large knives and shouting "Allahu akbar"—God is great.Add a comment
Last Updated (Saturday, 25 May 2013 10:14)
May 22st, 2013 - BRITISH SERVING SOLDIER? BEHEADED - TWO MUSLIMS POSSIBLY SOMALIAN, CRITICALLY INJURED.
One man is reported dead and two others injured amid reports of a shooting incident close to the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich this afternoon.One witness reported seeing a man beheaded in the street in an attack by two men.
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Last Updated (Wednesday, 22 May 2013 18:30)
HNH has been in receipt of substantial funding from the Department of Communities and Local Government
In an absorbing piece of analysis published recently on the 'Notes from the Borderland' website entitled "Supping with the Devil? UKIP and Hope not Hate", O'Hara explores the complicated relationship between Nigel Farage's political party, the Labour party front group Hope not Hate (which split from the far-left Searchlight organisation at the end of 2011) and the British state.Add a comment
Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 May 2013 20:35)
The Ensign Ewart refused to serve the crew from HMS Edinburgh. Picture: Joey Kelly
A SPLENDID sight in their best dress uniforms, the crew of HMS Edinburgh celebrated being awarded the Freedom of the City by marching up the Royal Mile in front of cheering crowds.
But one public house at the top of the historic street was far from free in its welcome – after the Ensign Ewart barred smartly dressed servicemen because of their uniforms.Add a comment
Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 May 2013 21:56)
Kurtis has tended to the village war tribute since the age of seven
POLICE last night dropped their investigation into a teenager accused of criminal damage for tending a village war memorial – but he could still be hit in the pocket.
Kind-hearted Kurtis Green feared he would be prosecuted after being quizzed for digging a trench to check on the condition of water pipes at the site in Dersingham, Norfolk.Add a comment
Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 May 2013 14:30)