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UK Column News - 11th May 2018

Mike Robinson is joined by Brian Gerrish, David Scott and Robert Inlakesh for today's news update from the UK Column.

START – Syria: Israel shells Syria because ‘Iran attacked the Golan Heights’
Presence of Iranians enough to warrant attacks on Syrian territory…
British Prime Ministers care more about Israel than Britain
Iran: Israeli strikes on Syria are to support the terrorists
07:33 – Robert Inlakesh: Israel | Palestine situation – no media coverage
Throwing stones lands an unpayable $1500 fine for Palestinians
IDF using tear gas and ‘non-lethal’ rubber-coated steel bullets in response
Potentially fatal tear gas fired into Palestinian homes at night
Israeli mindset: Arabs cannot be reasoned with - talking is futile…
Move of Israel’s capital from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem will create more turmoil
Policy is to make life so uncomfortable that Palestinians leave en masse
27:34 – Defence: Corbyn calls for Navy shipbuilding contracts to stay in UK
EU is terrified of Britain looking after its own interests
Stephen Kinnock is busy trying to completely destroy British steel industry
32:26 – European Defence union: 17 cooperation projects underway…
EU outlines plans for ‘military Schengen zone’ - UK still included
EU unified military structure still planned...to be controlled from Brussels
38:05 – NHS conference: Dying for Good Health – 12 May, Nottingham
38:56 – Scottish Named Person scheme: petition for inquiry into GIRFEC policy
41:46 – Fresh Start Foundation event: 12 May, Penicuik, Midlothian
Scottish government child abuse enquiry: progress update
Abuse in childcare has to have complicity from within
Book recommendation - Acid Attack: A journalist’s war with organised crime
Police whistleblower Karen Harper: Police Scotland acts like the mafia
49:55 – Digital Minister – new measures to strengthen UK cyber security
This new directive is another EU policy…Brexit without the exit