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Christopher Steele THAT MI6 spy is pictured for the first time
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Christopher Steele THAT MI6 spy is pictured for the first time

He apparently wrote the infamous dossier now officially public (although we wrote about it in October).    Steele, has  now come out in defense of the dossier citing that he "felt it had to come out" because it warranted a full FBI inquiry.   The claims range from corrupt sex; financial bribery, and receiving intelligence from the Kremlin. Trump, er, has of course denied the allegations citing that the dossier was "compiled by my political opponents rather than a legitimate spy".  In other news, Steele, remains in hiding as British officials have ordered that UK newspapers not name him. Clearly we opted not to follow that order.
Here he here he  we thou Brits are a bunch of horn dogs
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Here he here he we thou Brits are a bunch of horn dogs

And sexually charged exhibitionists at that. According to The Daily Mirror, the top spots for dogging in the UK have been revealed (for the Americans that don't know what that is: its sex but in this case in a public place).  The Mirror rounded up a bunch of places that have been dubbed the top spots to get to dogging with strangers. As unusual as that seems,  it apparently isn't illegal (to the surprise of the author writing this article).  Lancashire is apparently among the top spots to find some strange encounters with strangers (one reader told me even same-sex couples frequent these spots). Several of the other spots include a car-park; a beach, and a city centre. Meanwhile police tell The Daily News that "dogging isn't necessarily illegal but only becomes a problem when others ...
WATCH:  Queen Elizabeth II delivers her Christmas message
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WATCH: Queen Elizabeth II delivers her Christmas message

The Queen despite reports of her illness has spoken.  In her annual Christmas message, Queen Elizabeth hopes for "happiness, inspiration, and unity' in England. The holiday message comes hours after PM May took to the airwaves in a bid to reassure Britain that we are together in a future that must be formed by team work.  
Queen Elizabeth II has skipped Christmas for the first time since 1988
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Queen Elizabeth II has skipped Christmas for the first time since 1988

LONDON --  An ill Queen Elizabeth II was noticeably absent from Christmas church service this morning prompting concern over the Queen's health.  Earlier this month, the 90-year-old monarch reportedly fell ill with a "strong cold" and wasn't able to attend church festivities this morning out of concern for her health according to Buckingham Palace. Buckingham Palace released a statement confirming that although she missed the service this morning (as confirmed by The Daily News who was present for the service) she would indeed attend further festivities later on this weekend.
Reports: Zara Phillips has lost her baby due to a miscarriage
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Reports: Zara Phillips has lost her baby due to a miscarriage

LONDON --  Zara Phillips, one of the lesser known members of the Royal family, has reportedly suffered a miscarriage. According to a spokesperson for Phillips and her husband Mike the couple "was expecting in November, but, has now tragically lost their baby". A statement refused to identify the circumstances surrounding a reported miscarriage. It is unknown as to why Zara had a miscarriage.  
Kate Hunter, missing teen, found alive and well
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Kate Hunter, missing teen, found alive and well

After having apparently been seen visiting a Mcdonald 's with an elderly man.   LEEDS --  Local police have confirmed that 15-year-old Kate Hunter, has, been found alive and well after a weekend on the lamb.  Hunter, 15, apparently went missing after a trip to Mcdonald's and failed to return home Friday evening.  Police say she was first reported missing Saturday morning around midnight, and found, after they released CCTV footage of the young woman with an elderly man. Police released this footage Sunday to newspapers across the country.  
For once we actually agree with @KTHopkins
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For once we actually agree with @KTHopkins

The atrocities that occur on our own soil, are, at the least saddening to even write about.  Over the weekend, outspoken Daily Mail columnist Katie Hopkins to the pages of the Daily Mail making the case for the release of a particular sargaent jailed over a questionable situation dating back to 2011. Sgt Alexander Blackman, in 2011, "shot" (or so appeared to have apparently shot)  a wounded Taliban fighter in Afghanistan. As Hopkin's argued, its a wonder that our own people; our brothers, our husbands, and specifically our fathers are "hired" to do exactly what it is claimed that Blackman did: kill the enemy regardless. Are we living in a world where the Taliban are no longer considered enemies? Perhaps in the eyes of those that may be categorized as war-mongers or those that specifi...
Could council tax raise? The answer is yes
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Could council tax raise? The answer is yes

LONDON -- Sajid Javid, a secretary, has apparently announced that council taxes are preparing to see a raise.  The raise in council taxes comes amid a gaping hole in funding for social care.   Sources similar to those that spoke to the Sunday Times confirmed that the raise will incur more than 90GBP in raises. This story was written by volunteers from The Sunday Times.
Trousergate is a very real thing
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Trousergate is a very real thing

Politics and expensive clothing are definitely a hot topic in politics around the world, and now, Prime Minister Theresa May has found herself the latest target of such topics.  Over the weekend,  Theresa May ignited fury among "Average Britons" after she appeared at a formal meeting wearing a pair of $1,265 pants (yes, a pair of pants). May, who prided herself as a fiscal conservative in British politics, hasn't exactly lived up to her well marketed political agenda.  Former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan apparently felt that "that was way too much for a pair of trousers. I haven't spent that much on anything except my wedding dress".  That comment, perhaps, drew ire considering nobody including Morgan ever chastised David Cameron and his reported $5,400 suit(s) (notice the plura...
Promising Oxbridge student, 22, dies during French holiday 
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Promising Oxbridge student, 22, dies during French holiday 

Certainly drugs and alcohol are never all the fun they've been chalked up to be.  And, one Matt Smith, 22, reportedly learned the hard way according to French police. Smith, 22, was apparently part of an annual ski trip involving about 3,000 students from two of the U.K's most elite universities.  Smith,  less than two days into the trip,  was found dead in his holiday apartment by his friends according to police. He was apparently found at Val Thorens, an upmarket ski resort.  
A British woman has been stabbed to death at Lapland 
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A British woman has been stabbed to death at Lapland 

Police have issued a dire warning for the discovery of a 36-year-old Czechian man believed to be responsible for the vicious slaying of a 26-year-old holiday worker. Police say that the 26 year old woman worked as a reported seasonal holiday worker at Lapland whereas she took kids often to meet Santa.  This is where the horror began. Seasonal workers are often drawn to the area due to the extreme arctic conditions that make the winter much more fun than usual.  The boyfriend has since reportedly been found. A homicide occurred on Saturday morning. A 36-year-old man is suspected of having stabbed to death his 26-year-old girlfriend. Both of them were foreign seasonal workers. 'After the deed, the man fled with their dogs,' the statement said, adding that a Border Guard helico...
Famed photographer David Hamilton found dead in Paris
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Famed photographer David Hamilton found dead in Paris

One of Britain's most prestigious photographers has reportedly been found dead. According to French police, David Hamilton, was found dead in a Parisian residence Friday days after shocking allegations resurfaced once more. Numerous girls. Per The Guardian, who famously worked with Hamilton throughout his career alleged in books among other mediums that they had been sexually assaulted and raped. Allegations that Hamilton viciously denied just last week, but, decidedly took his own life when they emerged once more. Hamilton was practically known for his fixation on young women; barely in their teenage years, blonde, and often pale skinned females. It's a horrifying tale when the very same women that made David the photographer he became, perhaps, are now the same women who will ultimatel...
Man who murdered MP Jo Cox officially  charged with her murder 
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Man who murdered MP Jo Cox officially  charged with her murder 

The man who notoriously murdered Jo Cox,   has not only been charged with her heinous murder but also declared a terrorist to Britain.  Thomas Mair,  was charged with possession of a deadly firearm with intent to cause harm and also murder.    Prosecutors revealed that the murder appeared to be a result of the EU referendum vote.  Moments before Cox was killed,   Mair,  had reportedly shouted "Britain First".
Trump wanted Farage,  UK government swiftly said hell no 
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Trump wanted Farage,  UK government swiftly said hell no 

LONDON -- Breaking nearly every possible diplomatic protocol,   Donald Trump,  took to Twitter yesterday to reveal that he wanted Nigel Farage to become the ambassador to the United States.  Yes,  Farage,  the same awfully annoying goon responsible in part for the Brexit vote.  Farage,  belongs wholly to the uk Independence Party,   which puts conservative party leader and Prime Minister Theresa May in an odd spot.   British officials declined the request citing that "Foreign presidents cannot choose our diplomats". 
Theresa May indicates the U.K is getting a major overhaul on driving laws
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Theresa May indicates the U.K is getting a major overhaul on driving laws

LONDON --  Theresa May is busy at work, and, this time ready to reportedly overhaul most of the U.K's laws on dangerous driving. According to news reports, May, indicated in meetings with officials and the like this week that the "U.K is in need of an overhaul in regards to legal problems surfacing from driving persecution". In the meantime,  May, apparently made the comments while speaking about free-trade and the like in the Commons -- something -- that she probably shouldn't of actually done.  How so? The U.K cannot actual sign any deals (in regards to the rumored trade deal with Australia) while still part of the European Union, which means, that May, must wait two-and-a-half years to make that the "U.K will become the leader of free-trade" comment a bitter reality. The announcem...
Theresa May is spying on you, and, thinks nothing is wrong with it
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Theresa May is spying on you, and, thinks nothing is wrong with it

LONDON -- If you've recently used coffee shops; libraries, or anything of the like -- be prepared for a new "Snoopers Charter" legislative bill that could lead to all of your internet traffic and ramblings online being saved by the very same places you frequent to connect to the world. Home Secretary Theresa May, er, has something that has come to be known as the "Snoopers Charter", a bill, that would require such places to retain internet traffic records no matter the case. Now here's where it gets difficult. In the "Sweeping Powers Bill"  such investigative powers are granted to British spies; agency's, and  the like that include the collection of bank records; medical data, internet traffic, and even what you do in the supermarket. Yet, Theresa May told MP's yesterday in a joint h...
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