Month: December 2016

You have your Brexit REMOANERS, so what about the Brexit LOATHERS

We thought it was only fair if you have ‘Remoaners’, then you should also have your ‘Loathers’, after all that is what they do best. They Loathe, Europe, they loathe Remoaners, they Loathe foreigners, in fact they pretty much loathe anything and anyone except for ‘Saint Nige’ and that tongue in cheek sainthood is about the only title we see heading his way anytime soon. He even has been quoted as saying he will not accept his Knighthood until his job is complete! What Knighthood we ask? surely he does not expect to be rewarded for orchestrating the demise...

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More Charges as Former Argentina president faces fresh inquiry into bombing cover-up claims in addition to Fraud

Prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in 2015 after accusing Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of hiding alleged involvement of Iranians in 1994 attack An Argentinian court on Thursday ordered a renewed investigation into a prosecutor’s accusation that former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner covered up the alleged involvement of Iranians in a bombing that killed 85 people. The attack on a Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires in 1994 wounded hundreds of others. The country’s top criminal tribunal accepted a request by a coalition of Argentinian Jewish associations to re-examine the charge against Fernández, her foreign minister Héctor Timerman and...

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Theresa May ‘lacks courage to admit complexity of Brexit’

Theresa May is struggling to summon enough political courage to admit there will be difficulties in Britain’s exit from the European Union, according to the head of the senior civil servants’ union. Dave Penman, general secretary of the FDA, said the prime minister’s inability to talk openly about the complexity of Brexit could lead to a breaking point in Whitehall as staff struggle with an immense workload on limited resources. Civil servants across government departments are preparing for May to trigger article 50 in March, launching the Brexit process. Leaked Brexit memo: Whitehall struggling to cope and no single...

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Donald Trump keeps moving the goal post for economic growth

How great will America be under President Donald Trump? It depends on when you ask. During the election, Trump pledged that he would oversee a rate of “tremendous” economic expansion as high as 6 percent. But he has moved the goal post several times since then, dialing back expectations. Over the past eight years, growth in the nation’s economic output has hovered about 2 percent, well below the historical average. Trump has frequently pointed to the slow recovery from the Great Recession as a shortcoming of President Obama’s policies. Since the election, many economists have upgraded their projections of economic...

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Charlie Sheen defends wishing Donald Trump dead in a tweet

The actor posts a message saying “Dear God, Trump next please!” after the death of Debbie Reynolds. Charlie Sheen has defended a tweet in which he expressed hope that Donald Trump will be the next celebrity death. The actor, 51, posted a message about the US President-elect saying “Dear God, Trump next please!” shortly after the death of actress Debbie Reynolds. He also included an emoji of a middle finger. Sheen was criticised by Twitter users including @Lenyanw, who said: “Wishing his death? really? how low can you people be?” Other Twitter users seemed to support him, with @WeirdNerd42...

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