MEDDLING Brussels has said the British press should not report when terrorists are Muslims in a slew of demands to the Government to crack down on the media.
The British government’s legal reasons for stating that Prime Minister Theresa May has the power to begin divorce proceedings from the EU.
Britain must go for a “hard Brexit” if it is to achieve its aims in leaving the European Union (EU), a senior German businessman has said.
Sweden may be descending into a crisis as shocking reports state that 80 per cent of the police force are considering switching careers due to the danger they face in the field.
Europe will make Brexit “very painful” and ensure Britain is worse off outside the EU, Slovakia’s premier has said, as he dismissed the UK’s confidence about divorce talks as “bluff”.
Engineering firm’s founder Sir James Dyson tells the BBC it would be suicidal for EU to impose tariffs on one of their biggest customers
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern’s opposition to a free trade agreement between the European Union and Canada was countered by fervent praise for the deal from his deputy at a special parliamentary session on the issue on Wednesday.
So just how are the police meant to use social media?
Certainly NOT Like This!
Maybe they should do what I did & read the Police foundation Social Media Breifing.
The ‘jungle’ refugee camp faces destruction by the French government following the visit of Minister of Interior Bernard Cazeneuve and now a blockade start
A NORTH and south divide is threatening to split the European Union in two amid growing calls for the single currency to be scrapped.
Anti-Social Media Part 2! Not as dramatic as #JeSuisPaulPerrin …..
…. But still Anti-Social Media Sexism directed at me this time because I’m a man.
A politically incorrect Twitter user has been “harassed” by an official London police account, which allegedly threatened his family.
The BBC defends offering traineeships to ethnic minorities after a national newspaper accuses the corporation of being “anti white”.
Following a review by Dame Fiona Caldicott, the UK government decided to pull the plug on care.data, a controversial NHS initiative to store all patient data on a single database. This may seem like a victory for data-privacy advocates, but NHS data-sharing initiatives are still being planned and the goalposts are being moved on patient consent
Jobcentre worker accidentally leaves answerphone message seemingly branding mum of three a “scrounging bastard that’s popping out kids like pigs”