Russian snoop attack: Trump supportings UK ‘all the way’

US president agrees Moscow must provide answers over poisoning as May prepares reprisals Donald Trump has given Theresa May his full support for her strategy of tackling Russia over the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal, saying he is” with the UK all the way “. The US president’s backing came in a phone call…

Doctors warn of codeine dangers after occurrence of acute confusion in daughter, 14

Lack of efficacy and risk of poisoning and craving suggest use of over-the-counter codeine narcotics may be unwarranted, says report Doctors have issued a warning about the use of over-the-counter medications containing codeine following what is believed to be the first published lawsuit of acute disarray in a 14 -year-old girl. The dangers associated with…

Netherlands dedicates green light for growing human embryos

Dutch government sanctions restriction research to help infertile couples and to tackle hereditary or congenital diseases The Dutch government has announced it wants to allow growing human embryos under strict and restriction conditions for scientific research, thereby devoting hope to mothers struggling to conceive. The Dutch health pastor, Edith Schippers, said she wants to allow…

One fifth of world’s adults will be obese by 2025, examine predicts

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The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked

A shadowy operation involving big data, billionaire friends of Trump and the disparate forces of the Leave campaign heavily influenced the outcomes of the EU referendum. Is our electoral process still fit for intent? The connectivity that is the heart of globalisation can be exploited by states with hostile intent to further their aims .[]…

Russian country Tv cautions ‘traitors’ not to settle in England

After Salisbury poisoning, host says there have been too many strange incidents in recent years Russian state television has advised “traitors” and Kremlin critics that they should not settle in England because of an increased risk of succumbing in mysterious circumstances. ” Don’t choose England as a place to live. Whatever the same reasons, whether…

Should link between dementia and artificial sweeteners be taken with a pinch of salt?

How peoples capacity for forgetfulness and lies may have impacted on research tying stroke and dementia to diet drinks They were supposed to be the healthy alternative to their sugar-rich siblings. But now lovers of diet colas and other low-calorie drinks have been hit by news that will radically undermine those credentials: a counterintuitive analyse…

Sergei Skripal: Russia connections attempted slaying to deaths of Kremlin foes

Embassy issues provocative tweet as Cobra meeting hears that case involves 250 counter-terror police and 200 witnesses Russia stepped up its war of words with Britain on Saturday as its embassy in London connected the attempted murder of double agent Sergei Skripal to the deaths of three exiled enemies of the Kremlin. The provocative move…

Russian spy attack: Johnson welcomes allies’ support

Foreign secretarys remarks precede Trump sacking of Tillerson, who had criticised Moscow The UK has been encouraged by the “strength of support” from allies to taken any steps against Russia after the nerve agent attack on a former spy and his daughter, Boris Johnson said just hours before the US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson,…

Russian state Tv alerts ‘traitors’ not to settle in England

After Salisbury poisoning, host says there have been too many strange incidents in recent years Russian state television has warned “traitors” and Kremlin critics that they should not settle in England because of an increased risk of dying in mysterious circumstances. ” Don’t prefer England as a place to live. Whatever the reasons, whether you’re…