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  1. I'm guessing, your next post is going to be about Napoleon Bonaparte the emperor of France and what he wanted to achieve. Surely it will be worth remembering that as well, init?
  2. Does anyone knows what is Liz Truss doing? Did she rip up the Northern Ireland protocol as she promised? Or is this just another puff, on top of very many undeliverable Brexit promises?
  3. 'Sea of Azov is forever lost to Ukraine' The deputy prime minister of the Crimean government, Georgy Muradov, has said “The Sea of Azov is forever lost to Ukraine” according to reports from Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency. They quote him saying: "The Sea of Azov is forever lost to Ukraine. Ports in the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions will never again be Ukrainian. I am sure that after the reunification of our regions with Russia, the Sea of Azov will again, as it was before, become exclusively an inland sea of the Russian Federation." The agency also quotes Vladimir Rogov, a Russian-appointed official in the occupied Zaporizhzhia region as saying the same – that Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions will never be returned to the control of the Kyiv. Guardian
  4. British actor accusing the Ukrainians of Nazism and committing 'genocide' against Russian-speaking population Bruce Grant on Monday declare that 'today in Ukraine the Nazis and their fascist nationalist minions are hailed as heroes'. He commented: 'In the 21st century Nazism was not only returned to Ukraine but has penetrated deeply into the minds of many citizens,' and went on to announce that Ukrainians are conducting a 'mass genocide of the Russian-speaking population'. Daily Mail
  5. You can say that about UK too: "The British still operate on the maxim of one of their great statesmen that England has no friends, no enemies, but only interests."
  6. Why do you say that? There will be no war in Ukraine now, not at all, if not for America and the UK, init?
  7. The irrepressible Henry Kissinger once said “it may be dangerous to be America’s enemy, but to be America’s friend is fatal”. That may be how the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky feels now, ... orfonline
  8. Martin Lewis advises paying a booking fee to secure the best deal NOW Martin Lewis has issued a 'ticking time bomb' warning to homeowners after suggesting they prepare in advance and lock in a new cheap mortgage now to try and avoid higher interest rates. He issued a stark warning to those who already have a mortgage, after the cheapest rates more than doubled since October, while energy and food prices are also soaring, and inflation is at a four-decade high of nine per cent. Martin said: 'If you're coming to the end of your rate, you need to prepare in advance. 'You might even want to pay a booking fee to lock in a cheap mortgage in case things get more expensive and if it doesn't you can get a cheaper one elsewhere, so it's like an insurance policy so you lose a few hundred quid having locked in a cheap mortgage.' Daily Mail
  9. Battle for Donbas shows Russia has finally got its act together That Russia looks poised to close the last pocket of Ukrainian resistance in the battle for the northern half of the Donbas should not come as a surprise. Focussed on a smaller gain in the east, they are coming together in far greater numbers than Ukraine. The current level of coordination has allowed Russia to carry out effective small “bite and hold” actions of taking ground after pounding the area with artillery, then hanging on against stiff Ukrainian resistance. After a chaotic start, Russia's tanks, infantry, jets, artillery and other equipment are all finally working together. Now though, the conductor has got a grip and the instruments are working together at least. Yahoo
  10. The majority of voters say that Boris Johnson should resign A snap YouGov survey revealed three in five people (59%) wanted the Tory leader to step down following the publication of Sue Gray’s report into the Downing Street parties on Wednesday. When Britons were asked if they think Johnson knowingly lied about whether or not he broke lockdown rules, three-quarters (74%) said that he did, with around one in eight (13%) saying that he did not. Among 2019 Conservative voters, half (51%) thought Johnson knowingly lied. Yahoo
  11. 'It's Dennis Pennis!' Sky News' deputy political editor goes viral after shouting questions 'like a yob' at Tory MPs - including Boris Johnson - across Downing Street Daily Mail
  12. I think you are mistaken ..., it's payback time. In 2016 coup d'état attempt was attempted in Turkey against state institutions, including the government and President. But the putsch failed because Putin saved Erdogan's ass.
  13. Soros Warns ‘Civilization May Not Survive’ Putin’s War Billionaire George Soros warned that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has rattled Europe and could be the start of another world war. "Other issues that concern all of humanity -- fighting pandemics and climate change, avoiding nuclear war, maintaining global institutions -- have had to take a back seat to that struggle,” Soros, 91, said Tuesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “That’s why I say our civilization may not survive.” Yahoo
  14. Japan scrambles fighter jets after Russian and Chinese warplanes near its airspace in first joint military exercise since Ukraine invasion - as President Biden visits Tokyo Japan scrambled jets after two Chinese military aircrafts and four Russian warplanes entered its air defence identification zone on Tuesday on the same day President Joe Biden landed in Tokyo. It was the first joint military exercise held between China and Russia since the war in Ukraine broke out on February 24. Two Chinese warplanes flew over the Sea of Japan from the East China Sea and were then joined by two Russian warplanes for a flight together toward the East China Sea, Kishi said. Russian and Chinese jets had already entered South Korea's air defence identification zone earlier in the day. Daily Mail
  15. Kissinger tells Ukraine it should give Russia territory to try to find a peace deal Henry Kissinger has said that the West should stop trying to inflict a crushing defeat on Russia and suggested that Ukraine should give up territory. Former US secretary of state Mr Kissinger, 98, told the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland that Ukraine must begin negotiations 'before it creates upheavals and tensions that will not be easily overcome'. Daily Mail
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