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Victorian London was a city in flux: Architectural models helped the public visualize the changes

Phys Dot Org 15 Apr 2024
In 1848, the British government decided to draw up a precisely measured map of London. Imperial expansion had seen the city develop quickly, particularly around the docks and the City of London ... Victorian politics and architecture.
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UK may proscribe Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terror group

The Times/The Sunday Times 15 Apr 2024
The IRGC was set up following Iran’s 1979 revolution to defend the country’s Islamic system and to provide a counterweight to the regular armed forces and has since become a major military, political and economic.
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Kieran Perry: The epitome of business mastery

TravelDailyNews 15 Apr 2024
Perry’s keen business acumen and expert strategies have been featured in several top-tier business publications including International Business Times, Entrepreneur Handbook, London Economic, and Politics.co.uk, among many others.
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Call off the Hunt! Tom Cruise films Mission Impossible 8 near London

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
Production trucks lined the central London street as the shoot got underway at sunrise on Sunday to avoid major disruption in the usually bustling political hub of the city.
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Anya Taylor Joy rocks black leather punk look as she signs autographs for fans at ...

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
Anya was born in Miami, Florida and moved to Buenos Aires as a toddler before relocating to London at the age of six 'for political reasons' with her parents, banker father Dennis - a Scot born in ...
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Biden ‘sleepwalking’ into ‘catastrophic war,’ expert says, as Israel mulls retaliation against Iran

New York Post 15 Apr 2024
4 ... AP. “The strategy of the Biden administration has failed miserably,” Fawaz Gerges, professor of international relations and Middle Eastern politics at the London School of Economics, told NBC News Sunday ... The epic fail of Biden’s doctrine vs ... 4.
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A morning view of Lake Geneva from Place d'Armes in Cully, Switzerland. 22 June 2011.
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Swiss climate policy in spotlight after court ruling

Phys Dot Org 15 Apr 2024
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Hillsborough disaster: the 97 people whose lives were cut short

The Observer 15 Apr 2024
Becky Shah described her mother, a secretary at the Royal Free Hospital in London, as “very friendly, upbeat, fun-loving”, with many interests, in culture and politics, as well as supporting Liverpool.
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Israel must show it is

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
But Fawaz Gerges, professor of International Relations and Middle Eastern Politics at the London School of Economics criticized Biden's ability to translate his concerns into influence over Israel.
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Biden privately fears

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
Netanyahu is seen her on the phone to Biden ... Fawaz Gerges, professor of International Relations and Middle Eastern Politics at the London School of Economics criticized Biden's ability to translate his concerns into influence over Israel. He told NBC ... .
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Israel threatens AIRSTRIKES on Iran as Biden is accused of

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
Netanyahu is seen her on the phone to Biden ... Fawaz Gerges, professor of International Relations and Middle Eastern Politics at the London School of Economics criticized Biden's ability to translate his concerns into influence over Israel. He told NBC ... .
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White House says Iran

The Daily Mail 15 Apr 2024
'It was an incredible achievement ... The U.S ... Fawaz Gerges, professor of International Relations and Middle Eastern Politics at the London School of Economics criticized Biden's ability to translate his concerns into influence over Israel. He told NBC ... .
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Why Cameron’s US campaign did not quite go to plan

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 Apr 2024
For the foreign secretary, it was a reminder that even political big beasts can come unstuck while trying to navigate the fractious politics of Capitol Hill ... POLITICS ... , Political Correspondent . ... , Political Correspondent ..
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What can be done about growing mistrust of politicians?

CyprusMail 14 Apr 2024
In a 2021 survey, just 24.5 per cent of respondents across OECD, countries said they trust political parties ... But political trust is paradoxical ... Grant Duncan, Visiting Scholar in Politics, City, University of London.
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The Guardian view on local councils: they must meet the needs of communities, not just Whitehall

The Observer 14 Apr 2024
Growth, rather than giving expression to a political community, drives mayoral devolution. By contrast, with London’s assembly and Scottish and Welsh parliaments devolution empowered distinctive political identities.
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