Headlines: 4th September 2015

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‘Britain will act with its “head and its heart” by giving thousands of Syrian refugees safe passage to the UK, David Cameron has pledged.

The Prime Minister said Britain will “do more” becasue it has a “moral responsibility” to help refugees as it has throughout its history.’

Read more: Cameron confirms Britain will act with its ‘head and its heart’ and accept thousands of refugees



‘A former Ukip candidate has sparked outrage after his Twitter account claimed a dead toddler’s refugee family were ‘greedy for the good life’.

Photos of three-year-old Aylan Al-Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach stunned the world yesterday and reduced top politicians to tears.

But Peter Bucklitsch, who won 2,500 votes for Ukip at the general election in May, appeared unmoved.’

Read more: Outrage as Ukip candidate claims dead toddler’s refugee family were ‘greedy for the good life’


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‘The world has been transfixed in recent weeks by the unfolding refugee crisis in Europe, an influx of migrants unprecedented since World War II. Their plight was chillingly highlighted on Wednesday in the image of a drowned Syrian toddler, his lifeless body lying alone on a Turkish beach.

A fair amount of attention has fallen on the failure of many Western governments to adequately address the burden on Syria’s neighboring countries, which are struggling to host the brunt of the roughly 4 million Syrians forced out of the country by its civil war.

Some European countries have been criticized for offering sanctuary only to a small number of refugees, or for discriminating between Muslims and Christians. There’s also been a good deal of continental hand-wringing over the general dysfunction of Europe’s systems for migration and asylum.’

Read more: The Arab world’s wealthiest nations are doing next to nothing for Syria’s refugees



‘Jeremy Corbyn has said he “can’t think” of any circumstances in which he would back the deployment of British troops abroad.

In the final Labour leadership hustings the front runner said: “I’m sure there are some. But I can’t think of them at the moment.”

“The issue would be we bomb, we kill people, we wouldn’t destroy or defeat ISIS, we probably make the situation considerably worse”

It came as the four Labour MP’s hoping to lead the Labour Party, Liz Kendall, Andy Burnham, Jeremy Corbyn, and Yvette Cooper, went head to head before voting closes for the leadership election.’

Read more: Jeremy Corbyn says no to deployment of UK troops abroad in final Labour leadership debate


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‘When a flatshare advert calls for a “laid back, happy-go-lucky type that’s sociable [and]open minded”, it’s not necessarily a warning sign.

But Joe Peduzzi had no idea how far his tolerance would be stretched. The 22-year-old found that the double room in east London he had expected to view was in fact a mattress in a shed in the corner of a communal living room.

The room in Bethnal Green, advertised on SpareRoom.co.uk for £480-a-month plus bills, had been described as “the biggest in the house”, with the only indication of its downside being that it “comes with a sofa which means sharing it with the rest of us sometimes”.’

Read more: London housing crisis: £480 a month for a bed, in a shed, in the lounge


‘Major security plans have been put into action ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s UK visit amid fears of protests over his record on Gaza and the treatment of Palestinians.

A major demonstration has been planned by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) to take place on Wednesday at Downing Street, where Netanyahu is due to meet Prime Minister David Cameron.

A statement on the PSC website says: “Netanyahu bears direct responsibility for the war crimes identified by the UN Human Rights Council following Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza last summer.’

Read more: Netanyahu visit: Britain prepares major security operation in face of protests



‘A family that owns a lead and silver mine overlooking Nevada’s notorious Area 51 claims they have been violently harassed by the Air Force for six decades — as long as the government has sought control of the land. Their allegations range from illegal government searches and checkpoints to the Air Force attacking their property with military jets.

The Groom Mine has been in the Sheahan family since 1889 and has been passed down through several generations. However, co-owners Joe Sheahan, Dan Sheahan, and Barbara Sheahan-Manning told local CBS Las Vegas affiliate 8 News Now that since the 1950s — when the military built the base and started conducting U-2 spy plane tests there — the government has attempted to seize their land, resorting to sordid tactics in their efforts.

The family alleges that the Air Force went so far as to bomb their property, saying they believe an ore processing mill was destroyed in 1954 when an “errant bomb or dropped wing tank” blew it up.’

Read more: Family Near Area 51 Fights Back After Government Tries To Confiscate Property


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