CPS To Charge Six Suspects Over Hillsborough Disaster

By Adenike Lucas The Crown Prosecution Service, CPS, has announced its decision to charge six individuals in connection with the Hillsborough football disaster of April 1989. The Head of Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division at the CPS, Sue Hemming, said "there is sufficient evidence to charge six individuals with criminal offences." In her statement, Ms … Continue reading CPS To Charge Six Suspects Over Hillsborough Disaster

APC UK Urges Professor Itse Sagay To Come Clean On The Allegations Against Him

NAIJ.com – The United Kingdom chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been very active in national discourse – The APC UK is also very active on social media, especially on Twitter – They recently sought clarification on a news story published by NAIJ.com The APC UK has weighed in on a news story … Continue reading APC UK Urges Professor Itse Sagay To Come Clean On The Allegations Against Him

Google Fined A Record £2.1 billion For Breaching EU Competition Rules

By Abdul Tukur Google has been fined a record £2.1bn for breaching EU competition rules for with its own shopping service. Investigation into Google shopping began seven years ago and it concluded that the internet search engine gave an “illegal advantage to own comparison shopping service by abusing its search dominance.” In one instance, Google … Continue reading Google Fined A Record £2.1 billion For Breaching EU Competition Rules

Conservative and Unionist Party Reach Agreement With DUP

By Christian Smith Arlene Foster, leader of the Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist has signed a confidence and supply deal to prop up Theresa May's Conservative minority government in parliament. Mrs May lost her majority, after a snap election she called, despite many promises not to do so. The leader of the Labour party snatched over … Continue reading Conservative and Unionist Party Reach Agreement With DUP

Political Star, Jeremy Corbyn Sends A Message To Trump From Glastonbury

By Adenike Lucas Jeremy Corbyn has sent out a message to the President of America from Glastonbury.  Speaking from the main Pyramid stage, the Labour leader, said President Trump should "build bridges and not walls." "Politics is about the lives of all of us," he said: "Let us be together and recognise another world is … Continue reading Political Star, Jeremy Corbyn Sends A Message To Trump From Glastonbury

Unlawful Tory Benefit Cap Causes “Real Misery For No Good Purpose,” High Court Rules

By Adenike Lucas The Conservative government is said to have acted illegally in applying its flagship benefits cap to lone-parent families with children under the age of two. A high court judge, Mr Justice Collins ruled that "real misery is being caused to no good purpose," because of the cap. The judgement was made following … Continue reading Unlawful Tory Benefit Cap Causes “Real Misery For No Good Purpose,” High Court Rules

Finsbury Park Attack Victim, Makram Ali Died From Multiple Injuries

By Abdul Tukur A  preliminary post-mortem examination has found that a victim of the Finsbury attack died of multiple injuries. Makram Ali, 51, collapsed from a leg injury and had fully recovered when a terrorist, Darren Osborne crashed a white van into worshippers near a mosque on Seven Sisters Road. Ten people were injured with two said … Continue reading Finsbury Park Attack Victim, Makram Ali Died From Multiple Injuries

Norman Lamb Would Not Contest Lib Dem Leadership Race

By Abdul Tukur  Norman Lamb, a former health minister has announced that he will not stand for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats over Brexit. In an article for the Guardian, the Liberal Democrat MP for North Norfolk, said despite receiving support and encouragement from party members, he was not seeking to replace Tim Farron, … Continue reading Norman Lamb Would Not Contest Lib Dem Leadership Race