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UK Column News - 26th July 2019

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

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START – Boris: opening statement to the House of Commons
Boris moving back to Cameronian policies…?
Sajid Javid, Dominic Raab, Ben Wallace, Liz Truss all get big positions
Make Britain Great Again – Boris: Premiership will be the start of a golden age
What’s really in the details…?
Steve Baker MP highlights that the Cabinet Office is in control of UK government
Brexit requires taking out the permanent Civil Service…?
Laura Smith MP questions Boris on justice for historic child abuse victims
Boris: Britain is a world leader in fighting child sexual abuse
Britain has been one of the main centres of child abuse…
Alexandra Phillips MEP: Boris a fascist…we must bring him down
Fascists are the most likely to accuse others of ‘fascism’
LibDems have also (s)elected a new leader: Jo Swinson – we need more ‘hope’
SNP also criticises Boris’ cabinet selections: ‘extreme hard-right’
Matthew Offord MP: the (Iran) nuclear deal is all but dead
European Union determined to hold onto Treason May’s EU deal
19:35 – BBC: ‘VIP abuse’ accuser guilty of false claims – facing prison
Harvey Proctor: it’s now time for an apology from Tom Watson to me 
Proctor to stand against Tom Watson at next general election in revenge
BBC plays to every low human emotion – doesn’t ask questions about evidence
Experienced Police were sufficiently convinced to start an investigation…
Is this another high-level child abuse whitewash…?
Why do Police assign a different team depending on who is accused…?
30:21 – Jeffrey Epstein found unconscious in jail cell
31:51 – Tom Tugendhat very concerned about leaks: whistleblowers beware
Tugendhat suggests very strong measures including removing homes & pensions
Anita Friend: new head of Defense and Security Accelerator – any experience…?
Friend’s experience: a geography degree is all that’s needed it seems…
Friend presented the ‘Learning from the Skripal attack for CBRN Preparedness’ document
41:44 – Alternative View 10.1 conference: 27 October – Kensington, London
Protecting our Green Movement talk: 27 July – Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes
42:48 – Alex Bell: SNP ‘making the same mistake again’
44:50 – Telegraph: human remains found in 100 containers of exported recycling…
NHS: continuing disfunction shows again…
47:09 – Lyn Thyer: extradition process to go ahead