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UK Column News - 13th February 2018

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

START – Government to use new AI technology to track terrorists
06:17 – What is an ‘extremist’…? We should be concerned…
07:34 – Oxfam: Justine Greening ‘absolutely shocked’ by claims
12:33 – Brendon Cox quits Save the Children over sex assault claim
14:14 – Open Government Partnership ambassador is Save the Children CEO
15:08 – Ex-Met child abuse whistleblower: awareness walk fund growing
16:23 – EU police mergers begin with Albania…
18:26 – Fake News: Britain set to enforce ‘military might’ over China…
20:15 – UK Column article: EU military unification – no Brexit
21:17 – Soros ‘smear campaign’ is anti-Semitic…
22:30 – Best for Britain: who is Eloise Todd…?
26:24 – Best for Britain: who is Paul Butters…?
27:31 – Liberal Democrats: silent on missing Syrian refugee children…
30:10 – Gina Miller: Soros-backed anti-Brexit group is ‘undemocratic’
32:34 – Royal Bank of Scotland: FCA refuses to publish report on fraud
35:42 – USA: White House announces $1.5 trillion infrastructure package
38:16 – Tories spend £100 million to stop disabled claiming entitlements 
40:55 – BBC documentary: the Queen’s enemies