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The newspaper conglomerate is not only behind smear campaigns against the Palestinian cause, it supports corruption.
Tony Blair has sacrificed two ministers after his Labour party recorded one of its worst defeats in a local election since coming to power in Britain in 1997.
The British government has been rocked by exposures of cabinet misdemeanors that critics say reduce Tony Blair's political power ahead of parliamentary elections next week. 

Evidence obtained under torture abroad cannot be used in British courts, the nation's de facto supreme court has ruled in a decision hailed by human-rights campaigners as a landmark for justice.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair has accepted he will have to compromise over a controversial plan to hold terrorist suspects for up to 90 days without charge.

The British government has published its measures for excluding or deporting foreign extremists and promised to act against some people within days.

Britain's government has published a list what it calls unacceptable behaviour, behaviour which could see foreign nationals deported or barred from the country.
The UK has taken a first step towards striking a deal with Jordan to enable it to deport Jordanians seen as a menace, one of several measures to crack down on so-called hate preachers.

Britain's top law enforcement official has said the bombers who hit London's transportation network could strike again.

The British government has bowed to intense political pressure and agreed to amend controversial new anti-terrorism laws that would allow suspects to be put under limited house arrest without tria

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