“There’s no money to deradicalise terrorists” says government that spent £100 million on ad campaign for Brexit that never happened.

Further articles on the same subject

Brexit

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

Entertainment

Just published: Supermarket brands to unite against racism in Channel 4 ad break takeover - Aldi, Asda, Co-op, Iceland, M&S, Tesco and Waitrose & Partners to show consecutive ads after Sainsbury's Xmas ad was targeted for racial abuse

tweet picture

Drake calls for an alternative to the #Grammys  after @theweeknd  is snubbed. "This is a great time for somebody to start something new that we can build up over time and pass on to the generations to come."

ANALYSIS | The NPA cannot allow Stalingrad tactics to stop it from doing its job, when South Africans are desperate to see that corruption and crime is finally being dealt a blow, writes @karynmaughan 

A barside brawl at #VarsityLakes  has landed a man in court. This is the moment the clumsy crook comes undone, as witnesses take matters into their own hands. @maegangillesp  #9Newse 

Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have made a strong comeback in Indian market during November 2020. FPIs have bought equities worth Rs 58,694 crore so far in November, which is the highest monthly investment received—in history #FPI  #business 

tweet picture

Domestic natural gas production has declined sharply by 12.2% during 7M-FY21 as compared with 2.1% fall registered during 7M-FY20. Cumulative fall in production is mainly due to restricted gas off take by consumers due to the ongoing #COVID-19  situation

Fury Over Farm Laws | Hundreds of #farmers  led by the Bharatiya Kisan Union have set out for Delhi from Ambala protesting against the 3 controversial farm laws. Here’s an on-ground report by @Runjhunsharmas 

Loading
Loading