Headlines: 30th June 2015

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‘RAF raids on Islamic State could be extended to its Syrian strongholds, David Cameron suggested yesterday.

The Prime Minister said ‘military solutions’ must form part of the response to IS in the wake of the Tunisian beach massacre. ‘We do need to crush IS in Iraq and Syria,’ he told MPs.

His remarks came in a statement to the House of Commons setting out the response to what he called the ‘generational struggle’ against extremists.’

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Read more: Cameron threatens RAF bombing raids against Islamic State in Syria: PM says response in wake of Tunisian beach massacre must involve ‘military solutions’



‘The Metropolitan Police will conduct its largest ever exercise to prepare for a “marauding terrorist attack” on the streets of London.

The operation, which will involve more than 1,000 officers, many of them armed, will test how Scotland Yard and the other emergency services would respond in the face of a jihadist assault on sites across the capital.

Exercise Strong Tower has been planned since January and is not taking place in response to last week’s terrorist attacks.’

Read more: Metropolitan police carry out major anti-terror exercise across London


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‘Parents should report their children to the police if they are at risk of becoming terrorists, Theresa May said today.

In the wake of the Tunisia atrocity, the Home Secretary warned it was difficult for the intelligence agencies and police to stop so-called ‘lone wolf’ attacks launched by individuals who have been radicalised online.

And she revealed plans for a major counter-terror exercise to ‘test’ the country’s ability to deal with an attack on British soil, after 40 plots were disrupted in the last decade.
Meanwhile, David Cameron asked for flags over Number 10 to be flown at half-mast ‘in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Tunisia’.’

Read more: Report your children to police to stop more ‘lone wolf’ attacks – Theresa May tells parents



‘Three survivors of the Tunisian beach massacre have come forward to insist there was a second gunman during the murderous attack which left 38 dead, as police announce they have made several arrests.

Kirsty Murray and Steve Johnson, who were in entirely different parts of the complex, as well as Mr Johnson’s friend Michael Perry have all now said that they believe Seifeddine Rezgui was not the only gunman last Friday.

Retired police officers Mr Johnson and Mr Perry have both described how they saw a second man shooting at tourists as they hid on the third floor of the hotel.’

Read more: Was there a second gunman in ‘red shorts’ on massacre beach? Three British survivors insist there was another shooter in Tunisia rampage as police announce several arrests



‘Armed policeman were “paralysed by fear” and allowed the Tunisian gunman Seifeddine Rezgui to freely massacre British tourists for more than half an hour before shooting him dead, witnesses claim.

Even though two police officers arrived at the scene within minutes, it was said to have been around half an hour before Rezgui was killed. In that time, 38 people, including at least 30 Britons, were fatally wounded. The armed policemen who arrived at the beach were “paralysed by fear”, a Belgian tourist told The Independent, speaking anonymously because she said she was afraid. “Some youths told the police, ‘We’re not afraid of dying, give it [the gun]to us.’”

The youths took the gun and ran up to the pool area, shooting in the air to get his attention, but then the gun jammed. The gunman turned around, threw a grenade at them and chased after them.’

Read more: Tunisia attack: ‘Paralysed’ police let gunman run amok for half an hour, says witness


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‘Following a meeting with Pope Francis, the boss of Goldman-Sachs International and Bilderberg attendee Peter Sutherland said European countries have not taken their “fair share” of refugees from African countries and Syria.

Sutherland told RTÉ radio 240,000 immigrants flooding into Europe each year is not an economic burden on countries such as Germany and the United Kingdom.

On the contrary, he said, a quarter million or more immigrants a year represents an economic and social benefit for Europe, Britain and Ireland.’

Read more: Goldman-Sachs Boss and Bilderberg Member Peter Sutherland: Europe Needs More Refugees from Africa and Syria


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‘Prosecutors on Monday brought 22 charges of abuse against an elderly politician accused of using his position to have sex with young boys.

The prosecution against Lord Greville Janner, a former MP and a member of the House of Lords, represents a victory for campaigners who have demanded tougher action on child abuse.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) had initially declined to bring charges against the 86-year-old because he is suffering from Alzheimer’s and was considered too ill to stand trial.

But after intense criticism, director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders announced he has now been charged with offences against nine victims, all but one of them aged 16 or under at the time, relating to alleged incidents between 1963 and 1988.’

Read more: Lord Janner charged with historic child abuse


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‘“Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy”, is a children’s book published in 1990 written by author Doris Sanford. According to the book’s description:

“The words of the text and the objects and situations illustrated are based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse. Any child who has been ritually abused will recognize the validity of this story.”

The book was marketed primarily to mental health professionals, school counselors, parent organizations, and support groups.’

Read more: ‘Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy’ : A Creepy Children’s Book About Satanic Ritual Abuse


‘Be in no doubt, it is a seismic decision. Nine county councillors have defied the full-throated backing of David Cameron, well over £100m of spending from shale gas firm Cuadrilla and their own planning officers to reject plans for the UK’s first full-scale fracking.

Cuadrilla are near certain to appeal, but the nascent fracking industry in the UK may never recover from this blow. Councillors around the country will feel emboldened to stand up to the intense national pressure to back fracking. In the future, this may well be seen as the day the fracking dream died.

In the shorter term, the rejection is set to present an excruciating decision for Cameron’s government.’

Read more: The prospects for UK shale gas have never looked bleaker – Lancashire County Council Rejects Fracking

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