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Despite shameless media fawning the streets were in fact eerily quiet; the biggest crowd out was the police...On Thatcher funeral day, I had to catch a morning train to Glasgow from my home in South London. My other half drove me to the Oval from
Grant Shapps on polls, welfare, Cameron and Thatcher 15 April 2013 Last updated at 06:07 ET The Conservative Party chairman said David Cameron's policy for an in-out referendum for the UK's relationship with the UK was "a pretty big move" that was
Apr 10, 2013 In a famous lament written at the height of the Thatcher years, English musician Elvis Costello expressed a desire to live long enough to see the brutal British leader die so he could one day stand on [her] grave and tramp the dirt down.
After an improvised explosive device in Iraq caused doctors to remove much of his left arm and leg in 2005, Alabaster's Noah Galloway continues to participate in grueling extreme marathons and obstacle races. "The average amputee that's athletic,
A big fuss blew up last week when British MP George Galloway, invited to Oxford University to debate the motion "Israel should withdraw immediately from the West Bank", walked out of the chamber when he heard that the student opposing the motion was
Currently there are only six votes in favor of the motion, around 64 against and 17 abstentions according to sources. Oxford University's collegiate system is made up of 38 colleges and six private halls founded by various Christian denominations...
Although formed initially to mount pressure on Israel, increasingly BDS campaigns are now, bit by bit, focusing on silencing any pro-Palestinian voice with an IQ over 90. For the BDS leadership, intellect is a threat and they may be right. For a year
Wednesday to decide finally on a motion backing the boycott of Israel, its companies and institutions. The motion, which would be tabled at the National Union of Students conference in Sheffield in April, calls on the student body to join the boycott,
If Galloway's guiding principle is that he doesn't recognise Israel, this makes him more inflexible than Hamas'. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian On Wednesday, George Galloway walked out of a meeting because it turned out he was going
Reuters/Darren Staples ) Respect Party candidate George Galloway gestures from an open top bus outside his campaign office in Bradford, northern England, March 30, 2012. Galloway, an anti-war campaigner in the small, left-wing Respect party, beat