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This Day in History - 18th April

In 1689, the Lord Chief Justice George Jeffreys, known as the Hanging Judge died. He led the Taunton Assize trials that came in the aftermath of the Battle of Sedgemoor, the battle that ended the Monmouth Rebellion in England. 


Eco Fanatics bring London to a Standstill

Climate change fanatics have caused “serious disruption” affecting half a million people in the city according to Police have kept control of four sites in London for a third night.

 


ISIS Planning Paris-Style Massacres

Plans for a series of Islamic State terrorist attacks across Europe in emulation of the Bataclan massacre in Paris, France, have been revealed.


EU president Tusk says Brexit can be stopped

The president of the European Council has told opponents of Brexit not to “give in to fatalism” and just accept Britain’s departure from the European Union.

 


Tony Blair Demands New EU Referendum

Former Labour prime minister and Europhile Tony Blair is calling for a second referendum on Brexit.

 


Brawl shuts down London tube station

Cops scrambled to South Harrow Underground Station after a mass brawl broke out and “reports of a teenage male being stabbed multiple times” at 6.24pm on Monday night. 


WHAT MEDIA BLACKOUT TELLS US ABOUT BREXIT

What emerges from the silence of the main stream media is the deafening sound of an old world disintegrating.

 


ISIS Bride Given Taxpayer Funded Legal Aid

Shamima Begum - the runaway Jihadi bride and alleged ISIS enforcer - is set to be granted legal aid to fight for her rescinded UK citizenship.


This Day in History - 16th April

On this day in 1746, Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) was defeated at the Battle of Culloden Moor by an English Army under the the command of William, Duke of Cumberland.


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