A German Football Club Is Formally Asking The UK Counter-Terror Police Why It Was Put On A Training Guide
St Pauli's flag was listed in a training document under a section for "left wing and associated single issue symbols," next to squatters, anarchists and an anti-nuclear power group.
A New Tory MP Promoted A “Sugar Daddy” Service Offering Students “Wealthy Executives” Who Could Solve Their “Money Worries”
Sugar-Daddy.net, promoted by a website run by MP Jamie Wallis, claimed that “international businessmen and diplomats are eager to sponsor you through these difficult times”.
Newly elected Bridgend MP Jamie Wallis told BuzzFeed News the claims were "nonsense".
The US Didn't Warn Britain Or Its Other European Allies Ahead Of The Planned Airstrike To Kill Iran's Top Military Commander
In recent days, allies were being kept in the dark by the Trump administration, a senior diplomat from a major EU member state told BuzzFeed News.
Facebook told BuzzFeed News an investigation is ongoing. There is currently no evidence to suggest that data collected through the app was misused.
NATO-Linked Researchers Bought Fake Social Media Engagements To Test How Facebook, Twitter, And Google Combat Manipulation. The Companies Failed.
A NATO affiliate carried out a four-month experiment into manipulation on social media websites. The findings are published in a major new report.
A lost passport at a Portuguese airport is the latest bizarre clue in the search for the elusive Maltese professor.
Initial analysis by Bellingcat suggests that the voice in the recording is likely to belong to the Maltese academic.
Boris Johnson Said Northern Ireland Was Getting A Great Brexit Deal But His Struggle To Explain Why Was ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
“Actually Northern Ireland has got a great deal. You keep free movement, you keep access to the single market.”
An Intelligence Report Will Say UK Spy Agencies Found No Evidence Of Russian State Interference In The Outcome Of The Brexit Referendum
Downing Street is under pressure to publish the report by Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee on Russian threats to the UK before the election.
These Are All The “Dear Donald” Letters Theresa May And Boris Johnson Sent Tusk Since The Brexit Referendum
"XOXO, the UK prime minister."
A Leaked Report Revealed People’s Vote Was Told It Needed A “Clean Slate” Of Key Staffers To End A “Culture Of Mistrust”
The analysis, commissioned by the campaign, criticised its leadership and strategy and called for proper processes to deal with cronyism, bullying, and harassment.
Boris Johnson Raised The Issue Of Northern Ireland Export Forms With Jean-Claude Juncker And Then Agreed To Them
The prime minister was fully aware that the issue of export forms would be problematic back home, but signed off on it anyway in order to secure the agreement with the EU.
The prime minister's attempt to ram legislation through Parliament in time to take the UK out of the EU by Oct. 31 has failed.
The prime minister has said he would rather be "dead in a ditch" than ask the EU for another extension to Article 50, but he sent the request on Saturday night.
Following a discussion between EU leaders, a senior European government official told BuzzFeed News: "The feeling is that an extension would, if requested, be given".
It's now over to Parliament on Saturday to decide whether to back the agreement.
One source said that the DUP’s 10 Westminster MPs were split 7 to 3 in favour of backing a deal, with the party's deputy leader Nigel Dodds holding out against.
The EU Thinks A Brexit Deal Is Unlikely This Week But Leaders Could Agree To Hold Another Summit Before Oct. 31
A diplomatic memo says a text on customs arrangements probably won’t be ready in time for this week’s European Council meeting.
Number 10 is worried talks with the EU could break down on Wednesday and believes that, even if a deal can be struck, the PM may still have to extend beyond October 31.