News In Brief: Prince Harry Behaves Himself At Charity Awards

 

News In Pictures: Julian Assange

The Julian Assange Ecuador Embassy  speech cut short.

New Jubilee Range To Go On Sale This Week

After the apparent success of the Queens Jubilee celebrations Buckingham Palace have confirmed that a new range of clothing will go on general sale in shops in London later this month. It has not yet been confirmed if the t-shirts will come in a waterproof version or not. Related articles The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend … Continue reading

The Rank News Magazine: London 2012 Olympic Ambassadors

London City Council announces its London 2012 calendar highlighting their 2012 Olympic Ambassadors. Inside this weekends Rank News Magazine  we ask do our youth get too many breaks. The Rank News at all good retailers out now. Related articles London riots: 2012 Olympics ambassador’s mother urges parents to also ‘shop children’ (telegraph.co.uk) London riots: the … Continue reading

London Counts Down To Olympic Finals

England braces itself as it waits in anticipation of the instant calm in riot torn cities across the land as David Cameron places his backside in the chair at today’s COBRA meeting. The capital has been hit with sporadic outbreaks of rioting, looting and general civil disobedience since Saturday. This has been whilst Mr Cameron … Continue reading

Tottenham Road Sims Game Out Now : It’s A Riot!

  Looking for an excuse to vent your spleen then why not try the new Tottenham Riots Sims Game . You can build up your community and then watch it burn down as you rip up the streets with gratuitous violence and mindless looting.     Related articles Tottenham riots: Police ‘had not anticipated’ extreme … Continue reading

For Those Not Interested In Kate and Williams Royal Wedding

                                                                                                  Kate and Williams wedding not for everyone

Olympic Committee Not Happy With The London 2012 poster

Cartoon:Tuition Fee Protest

UK student tuition fee protesters kettled by Metropolitan Police (cartoon)

David Cameron Denies A ‘Social Cleansing’ Policy

Prime Minister Cameron denied today that he planned to rid London of its poor. The  planned changes to housing benefit, announced in last week’s Spending Review, has been claimed could affect an estimated 17,000 people in London if introduced in full. Several London-based MPs have attacked the proposed new caps, due to come into effect … Continue reading

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