Protestors got inside the building and put up sheets of papers with the names of the Gaza dead

Govt blockaded as protestors take Gaza fight to Whitehall

Department for Business blockaded over its continued military contracts with Israel, as UK abstains from UN war crimes vote

UN inspector tests the site of a suspected Syrian chemical attack.

UK government approved supply of lethal chemicals to Syria

Government attacked for 'irresponsible' decision to approve licences.

It could take decades to relocate birds from the estuary and thousands would die out, new report finds.

Boris Johnson's estuary airport unlikely to be shortlisted by Airports Commission

European environmental directives set to scupper Johnson's scheme.

Critics say the new surveillance law puts British citizens at greater risk of cyber crime

'Ripe for the courts': Emergency surveillance law faces legal challenge

Liberty initiates a legal challenge to the emergency surveillance legislation the government forced through the Commons last week


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