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Assange supporters rally in London, as US prepares new extradition attempt

Russia Today 23 Oct 2021
Images from todays huge March for Assange in London, highlighting the ongoing political persecution of the publisher ahead of next weeks 27-28 October court hearing #FreeAssangeNOW— Defend Assange Campaign (@DefendAssange) October 23, 2021.

Billions to be handed to metro mayors to deliver transport overhaul

ITV 23 Oct 2021
He had said that handing over the money for him to introduce his London-style Bee Network would make political sense for the Government, because Boris Johnson could blame him if it failed and take credit if it succeeded ... “That will only happen when the frequency and coverage of bus services are increased and fares are lowered to London levels.

After selling his firm Pimlico Plumbers for £145m, Britain's flushest tradesman Charlie Mullins blasts back ...

The Daily Mail 23 Oct 2021
Along the way, the outspoken entrepreneur has faced brickbats for everything from his views on politics, business, Covid and the environment ... Pimlico Plumbers vans have become a common sight in London ... But with his fortune secured, the path is clear for Mullins to pursue political ambitions.

Brian Cox on Succession’s success: ‘I’ve lost the anonymity I had for more than 50 years’

The Irish Times 23 Oct 2021
He was a star of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre in London in the 1970s ... He’s unbeatable and also his politics are unbeatable ... When I walked into Dundee Rep at the age of 15, I knew I was home.” Brian Cox attends the Succession European premiere in London on October 15th.

Euronext set to appoint MTS CEO at the helm of Milan bourse – sources

Reuters 23 Oct 2021
Both Euronext and Borsa Italiana declined to comment ... 9 ... The takeover of Borsa Italiana, previously part of the London Stock Exchange (LSEG.L), has been a sensitive political matter in Italy, mostly due to Borsa's ownership of MTS where Rome's 2.7 trillion euro government bonds are traded. read more ... Our Standards ... More from Reuters ....

Taoiseach calls for review of TDs’ security in wake of Sir David Amess killing

Belfast Telegraph 22 Oct 2021
It’s part of our ecosystem in (Irish) politics to have clinics, to have that interaction with people on the ground ... “It’s a very positive feature of Irish politics and we have to protect that ... Tributes to MP Sir David Amess in Parliament Square, central London (Victoria Jones/PA).

Who could replace Laura Kuenssberg if she steps down as BBC political editor? Jon Sopel ...

The Daily Mail 22 Oct 2021
London-born Sopel, 62, joined the BBC in 1983 as a reporter and producer on BBC Radio Solent and has worked in a variety of political roles within the corporation, such as chief political correspondent for BBC News and main presenter on The Politics Show.

London's statues are in dire need of equality and diversity

Mashable 22 Oct 2021
But there's a fundamental issue in the landscape of sculptures and public art in London ... One of nine statues across London ... Statues and sculptures of male figures make up over 20 percent of London's 1,500 monuments ... In 2017, a square mile of statues along London's political centre was criticised for spotlighting entirely male figures as well .

The joy of being a bookworm at NYU London

Washington Square News 22 Oct 2021
London’s many unique independent bookstores remind me of the calming power of sifting through books to find the perfect read ... Moving to London, I was shocked by the amount of historic independent bookstores that caught my eye ... London is a popular place for socialist history given that Karl Marx and other political theorists lived here for many years.

G7 countries reach breakthrough on digital trade and dataTrade ministers from the G7 reached an ...

Deccan Herald 22 Oct 2021
The Group of Seven wealthy nations agreed on a joint set of principles to govern cross-border data use and digital trade, Britain said in what was described as a breakthrough that could liberalise hundreds of billions of pounds of trade. Trade ministers from the G7 reached an agreement at a meeting in London on Friday ... Twitter ... World Politics ... London.

Mass Protests in Sudan Against Prospect of Military Rule

Kayhan 22 Oct 2021
Commenting on the political turmoil across Sudan, Abdel Bari Atwan, editor-in-chief of London-based Rai al-Youm, wrote in an analysis on September 23 that the situation across Sudan keeps worsening since Sudan surrendered its weapons to the U.S.-led camp in the last days of ...

Thousands of Sudanese protesters want military out, demand civilian rule

Press TV 22 Oct 2021
Commenting on the political turmoil across Sudan, Abdel Bari Atwan, editor-in-chief of London-based Rai al-Youm, wrote in an analysis on September 23 that the situation across Sudan keeps worsening since Sudan surrendered its weapons to the US-led camp in the last days of ...

Alec Baldwin seen in tears after deadly prop gun shooting; China vs. Biden over Taiwan; ...

Auburnpub dot com 22 Oct 2021
Crash in Cayuga County Monday was fatal Cayuga County Democratic chair, professor at CCC, used college email for political work Cayuga County property transfers ... LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was back at Windsor Castle on Friday and in good spirits after revelations that she spent the night in a London hospital earlier this week.

Data suggests oil giants are not looking very hard to find ways to reduce their ...

Phys Dot Org 22 Oct 2021
A small team of environmentalists from the London School of Economics and the Political Science Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has published a Policy Forum piece in the journal Science highlighting the lack of effort by the world's largest oil and gas companies to reduce their carbon footprint ... Explore further ... analysis ... DOI.

Science journalists under pressure amid COVID-19

Phys Dot Org 22 Oct 2021
The research was co-led by the Brazilian Institute of Public Communication of Science and Technology/House of Oswaldo Cruz, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and the ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute in partnership with the World Federation of Science Journalists.