Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and Vanessa Beeley with today's UK Column News.
G7: Zelensky Day
00:23 G7 Summit: Leaders lay wreaths at Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Prime Minister will focus on redoubling support for Ukraine’s defence on the first day of the G7 Summit
UK to ban imports of Russian diamonds, copper, aluminium and nickel, building on existing bans of Russian iron and steel
UK-Japan semiconductors partnership
PM to agree historic UK-Japan Accord ahead of G7
The Prime Minister and Prime Minister Kishida agreed on the importance of the G7 having a unified approach on China, recognising the systemic challenge China poses to our collective economic security and regional stability.
The Hiroshima Accord: An enhanced UK-Japan global strategic partnership
Assad And Syria Are Back On The World Stage
10:37 Arab News: Assad joins Arab leaders for historic summit in Jeddah
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad arrived in the Saudi city of Jeddah on Thursday to attend the Arab League summit
Bakhmut—Ukraine On Fire
14:01 Military Summary: Bakhmut hasn't fallen yet: military summary and analysis
Weeb Union: Bakhmut endgame, final days of the battle
USA Keener To Find Austin Tice Than Any Other Journalist
18:50 Turkey election 2023
Politico: The West may have to learn how to live with Erdoğan
Al Jazeera: Turkey’s presidential election is headed for a run-off vote on May 28 after no candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote
The Cradle: US and Syria holding secret talks in Oman
NATO Fantasy Land, With William Hague
27:26 Reuters: Patriot missile defense system in Ukraine likely damaged, US officials say
Hindustan Times: Russian hypersonic missiles destroy US-made Patriot Air Defence in Ukraine's Kyiv
Reuters: Can Ukraine use Patriot defense systems to knock out Russian hypersonic missiles?
William Hague on Times Radio: 'We have to find more money for defence'
TASS: Bilateral guarantees for Kiev to bring NATO closer to activating Article 5
Brown University: How death outlives war: The reverberating impact of the post-9/11 wars on human health
[...] though the precise mortality figure remains unknown. Some of these people were killed in the fighting, but far more, especially children, have been killed by the reverberating effects of war, such as the spread of disease.
TASS: Court arrests native of Crimea, Leniye Umerova on charges of treason
Strategic Culture: Crimean Tatars: Myths and Reality
Further Pressure On Syria Planned
48:39 CNN: A massive new US embassy complex in a tiny Middle East nation is raising eyebrows
Sprawling over a 43-acre site, the complex in the Beirut suburb of Awkar is almost two-and-a-half times the size of the land the White House sits on and more than 21 soccer fields.
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Question For Mr Rees-Mogg: Are You Using Truthful Language?
55:54 Common Purpose: David Cameron praises Common Purpose's work between the UK and India
Telegraph (2012): 'Nudge unit' to become Whitehall's first profit-making business
Cabinet Office: MINDSPACE
UK Column News Extra—19th May 2023