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Angry Greeks Protest Against Building MORE Migrant Camps

Furious Greek islanders have set up ongoing protests in Athens against Government plans to build more detention camps on already struggling islands - including Lesbos and Samos. Currently there are already at least 20,000 refugees at ONE facility on Lesbos.

Home Office worker admitted being 'a perv' after he was caught upskirting

A Home Office case worker told police 'I was being a perv' when he was caught taking an upskirt photograph of a woman at Oxford Circus tube station, Wesminster Magistrates' court has heard.

London Museum hosts story-time events for children hosted by a drag queen

The British Museum in London have announced controversial sessions that will be part of a "family day" being held at the Library during this month’s half- term holiday week, featuring a drag queen who disturbingly promises to leave audiences ‘gagging for more’.

This Day in History - 13th February

1542 - Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, was executed for adultery.

Remainers threats backfire! Nissan vows to PULL OUT of EU and boost UK hub if Brussels blocks trade

NISSAN announced contingency plans to pull-out of the EU and beef up its UK plant if trade talks increase barriers, it emerged last night.

In a major boost to Boris Johnson's negotiating hand, the major car manufacturer would double down on production in the UK where it believes it could sell one in five of all vehicles.

Brexit day: UK leaves the European Union

After three-and-a-half years of turmoil and rancour, Boris Johnson will today hail “the dawn of a new era” for Britain as he celebrates Brexit Day.



Prince Harry Stripped of Royal Titles

Prince Harry expressed “great sadness” that he and his wife Meghan being stripped of their royal titles as part of a historic separation settlement with the Queen.

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This Day in History - 28th January birth of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty in England. Henry won the throne when he defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field.