UK Column News - 29th May 2018

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson with today's news update from the UK Column.

START – Media on Trial event update
Freedom of speech: provided by the Islamic community in Leeds
04:01 – The speakers at the event
04:50 – Wikipedia editing: Craig Murray - The Philip Cross Affair
Cross has edited Wikipedia every day for over five years with no break
11:23 – Press frenzy over the Skripals:
BBC: How the Skripals were saved...but confusion over basic names
Doctor ‘very surprised’ at speed of Skripals recovery…
Senior Sister: ‘we were led to believe they had taken an overdose’
Confusion over Novichok...why…? Because the story is a lie
BBC & Daily Mail weave the government Skripal line
26:14 – Defence Minister Freddy Howe at chemical weapons conference
29:34 – NATO-Russia Council: first talks since Salisbury ‘attack’
31:05 – Syria: Israel and Russia in secret Syria deal
Syriana Analysis: Did Russia agree to keep Iran away from Syrian border…?
32:48 – The Times: UN knew of sex-for-food scandal at top charities
29 May: International Day of UN Peacekeepers…
21st Century Wire: Did UN peace-keeping troops send Syrian soldiers to death…?
35:50 – DEMOS: At Home In One’s Past – nostalgia as a cultural & political force
37:37 – BBC: Harvey Weinstein charged with rape following New York arrest
#MeToo...planned back in 2006 by Tarana Burke...who is Tarana Burke…?
Charities and NGOs collude for social change