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UK Column News - 17th February 2020

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and David Scott with today's UK Column News.

START - 56th Munich Security Conference finished yesterday
UK government didn’t officially attend but British king Mark Sedwill did…
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: the west is winning
Russia’s Sergey Lavrov: give up promoting the ‘Russian threat’
US President Trump seems to be ‘not according to plan’
Defence: EU claims it needs its own ability to act 
What are the much vaunted ‘values’ of the west…?
The African Sahel region is still ‘a key region for Europe’ - why…?
EU discussing military expansion into North Africa…
Social Media & Democracy: people get exposed to more diverse views than before
Facebook’s Zuckerberg brings up ‘harmful’ data supporting the online harms bill
Britain in the World conference took place on 10 February along with RUSI
UK to be tied in to European Military Union as planned…?
21:31 – Scotland: is Nicola Sturgeon living an exotic double life…?
23:19 – The Highland Times: queer theory – they are coming for our kids
Heterosexual behaviour to be challenged in primary schools…
Professor: only solution for climate change is letting the human race become extinct
Boycott: Starbucks is currently running a campaign to encourage this agenda
BBC News: Police probe into ‘transphobic’ tweets unlawful
Judge compares police to Stasi & Gestapo: police interfered in freedom of speech
Justice Julian Knowles: we have never lived in an Orwellian society
Grimbsy Live makes a joke out of this very serious free speech matter
Justice Knowles seems to be living a dichotomy: freedom is slavery
College of Policing: policing hate crime guidance ruled to be lawful
What is the College of Policing and is it really neutral…?
College of Policing is a private limited company with 33 officers…
The List in Scotland: SNP creating a watchlist of potential dissidents…?
Alyn Smith MP (SNP) denies that the watchlist exists
48:30 – BBC TV licences ditched in 200,000 homes
BBC set to announce job losses in overhaul of news reporting
BBC priorities: major reform to make the Corporation more ‘trans-friendly’
Comedian Alistair Williams refuses to appear on ‘anti-British’ BBC