UK Column News - 22nd July 2019

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

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START – Iranians capture British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz
Censored: Twitter suspends four Iranian media organisation accounts
Rapid Response Mechanism: G7 nations will ‘agree’ the narrative…
Jeremy Hunt will give briefing later today, Treason May to host Cobra meeting
British Frigate Montrose: audio conversation with Iranian authorities
Audio provided by British maritime security firm Dryad Global – who are they…?
How does a private company provide the audio conversation…?
Al Jazeera Inside Story guests: RUSI, University of Tehran and Dryad Global
The start of Dryad Global: who is ex-RN Graeme Christian Gibbon-Brooks…?
Dryad Maritime Ltd → Dryad Global Ltd → HHCIB Ltd → Dryad Global
Dryad International Ltd → Evoke International – heavyweight multimedia control…?
Incest: meet the Evoke International team – a direct connection back to RUSI…
Is Britain really following the US’ lead or is it the reverse…?
USA: Rand Paul angles to become President Trump’s emissary to Iran – Trump denies it
20:59 – Ex-admirals join growing criticism of Royal Navy cuts
Why the Royal Navy no longer rules the waves: a deliberate plan
Daily Mail article: Chokepoint Charlie – provided by Dryad Global…
Many news articles are now not published by journalists but by think tanks
26:07 – New Royal Air Force Project Mosquito: unmanned aircraft (drones)
Multiple companies will be used again to build these unmanned aircraft
28:33 – Alternative View 10.1 conference: 27 October – Kensington, London
29:05 – Freedom of the press: The Cairncross Review – nesta to distribute Future News Fund
Jeremy Wright: a strong and independent press is vital for a healthy democracy
Future News Fund: providing the money to control all media output…
31:27 – Confidence in MPs: Tory MP Charlie Elphicke charged with sexual assault
Elphicke suspended but temporarily reinstated for Treason May confidence vote
CPS threatens reporters about a ‘fair trial’ - others get no comment from CPS
33:06 – Confirming Online Identity: government launches call for evidence
Jeremy Wright: plan ‘could make it easier for people to prove their identity’
35:44 – Anti-semitism: testimony from Labour could blow Panorama’s claim wide open
Panorama: many more questions to answer following Saving Syria’s Children documentary
38:22 – Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies: final report – no mention of baby wipes
40:09 – Anti-terror software could be aimed at anti-vaxxers to stop them spreading ‘myths’
Government will be operating a man-in-the-middle attack, intercepting your communications