Mike Robinson, Vanessa Beeley, Debi Evans and Charles Malet with today's UK Column News.
Rwanda Policy Was Never Going To Have A Significant Impact Anyway
00:24 The Law Society: Supreme Court ruling end of the line for Rwanda policy
BBC: Supreme Court ruling leaves Rwanda policy in tatters
BBC: Sunak seeking new Rwanda treaty after Supreme Court rules against plan
Guardian: Supreme court rejects Rishi Sunak’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda
Evening Standard: Rwanda says it can only bring in 200 migrants from UK under controversial deportation scheme
Middle East Eye: Israel’s fortress state is the model for the UK’s new asylum policy
New Foreign Secretary, Same Old David Cameron
04:24 UK Column Article: Britain: A Stasi State
UK Column Series: No Smoke Without Fire
GOV.UK (2015): Extremism: PM speech
Legislation: Prevent duty guidance (PDF)
Guidance for specified authorities in England and Wales on the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.
BBC News (YouTube 2015): David Cameron speech on extremism
Occupying US Troops In Iraq And Syria Face More Drones Than Ever
08:40 Map of facilities including mostly illegal military bases of the Occupying US troops in Iraq and Syria
Attacks on U.S. forces since October 17th: 56 attacks in one month—40 US casualties
Criminal Justice Bill and the Removal Of Homeless Tents
12:44 GOV.UK: Criminal Justice Bill 2023: factsheets
US Troops Killed In Mediterranean Helicopter Crash Identified As Special Operation Soldiers
17:48 CBS News: Pentagon identifies 5 U.S. troops killed in military helicopter crash over the Mediterranean
All five were special operations aviation soldiers.
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UK Column interview: Big Pharma, Small Farmer—Roger Meacock, Consultant Veterinary Surgeon
Forthcoming Event: The Ruthless Empire Post-9/11—Sunday 3 December, 2023, 6:00 pm GMT
Strong Words From Yemen, With Strong Actions
22:25 Syriana Analysis (YouTube): President Bashar al-Assad speech on Gaza (English Subtitles)
Amwaj Media: Interview: Inside the Houthi arsenal that can reach Israel
Victoria Atkins’ Conflicts Of Interest: A Long List
26:55 GOV.UK: Victoria Atkins MP
Companies House: Paul Robert Kenward: Total number of appointments 22
Sky News: Home Office minister Victoria Atkins doesn't know number of police officers
Government Grants For ‘Green’ Lithium
30:20 Advanced Propulsion Centre: About us:
We collaborate with [the] UK government, the automotive industry and academia to accelerate the industrialisation of technologies, supporting the transition to deliver net-zero emission vehicles.
GOV.UK: UK Infrastructure Bank
Ilika: Board of Directors
British Lithium: Benchmarking sustainability
British Lithium will be a global leader in terms of GHG [greenhouse gas] emissions.
Consultancy: ERM to supply environmental impact assessment for UK lithium mine
Reuters: Scratched EV battery? Your insurer may have to junk the whole car
Eventbrite: Net Zero—The final frontier?
GOV.UK (2022): Record funding uplift for UK battery research and development
GOV.UK: £89 million of funding to develop cutting edge new electric vehicle technology
Joining The GB News/ARC Dots
BBC: Ofcom will not tell GB News to stop hiring politicians
UK Parliament MPs and Lords: Register of Interests for Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg: Payments from GB News
30 March 2023, received £32,083.34. Hours: 40 hrs including preparation.
27 April 2023, received £29,290.47. Hours: 40 hrs including preparation…
Daily Mail: Rishi's new 'minister for common sense': PM brings Esther McVey back to Cabinet and tasks her with a mission to combat 'wokery' as he offers an olive branch to Tory Right
Esther McVey (YouTube): Esther McVey MP speaks in a debate on the Vaccine Damage Payments Bill on the 20 October 2023
UK Parliament MPs and Lords: Register of Interests for Esther McVey: Payments from GB News
29 September 2022, received £14,637.74 for seventeen episodes of a news programme.
27 October 2022, received £6,811.61 for presenting eight episodes of a news programme…
GB News: Our Investors: The END Fund, The Luminos Fund and The Freedom Fund
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Luminos Fund
The Times (2018): Christopher Chandler: Russian spy? Money man for Putin and Trump? No — I’m just a shy billionaire
The Guardian (2022): Chris Bryant to admit billionaire money-laundering claims were wrong
The Guardian: Barnaby Joyce among politicians gifted trips to Jordan Peterson-led conservative conference
iNews: Inside the Alliance for Responsible Citizenship conference with Michael Gove and Kemi Badenoch
Alliance for Responsible Citizenship: Welcome to ARC
Alliance for Responsible Citizenship: ARC's Advisory Board
Not mentioned in the news but relevant: John Waters discusses the shortcomings of ARC
Could Tony Blair Rear His Head In Yet Another Current War?
50:05 MintPress News (on X):
In the last 24 hours, Israeli snipers have shot inside al-Shifa hospital, killing two nurses and four patients, including a paraplegic man, according to Doctors without Borders.
Isaac Herzog (on X):
In an interview with BBC Laura Kuenssberg, I revealed that a children's room in a civilian home in the Gaza Strip was used as a Hamas terror base, in which an Arabic copy of Hitler's book, Mein Kampf, was found
The Independent (2015): Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy—only Israel will miss him
The Cradle: Saudi Arabia to host emergency Arab League, OIC summits
Doctors Not Impressed With £480m Palantir Data Deal
58:38 Debi Evans’ Freedom of Information Request to the BBC: RFI 2023–1419
Debi Evans’ Freedom of Information request to the MHRA: Threatening phone call to the Telegraph?
The Guardian: Prioritise quality of life over prolonging it for elderly, Chris Whitty tells medics
Digital Health: Palantir to be named as winner of Federated Data Platform
Mirror: Doctors urge minister to rethink plan to hand £480m NHS deal to US firm Palantir
Doctors' Association UK (DAUK): Doctors call for pause in NHS Federated Date Platform contract