Two more British soldiers have died in Afghanistan, bringing the total number of British troops killed in the conflict to 388. The two men were killed on Thursday when a roadside bomb hit their armoured vehicle in southern Afghanistan. The news comes after the death of LCpl Peter Eustace, 25, who was killed by an improvised explosive device on Wednesday.
MEP calls for mass demonstration against “insult to our bravest and our best” by Muslim hate-mob.
A decade of war in Afghanistan has been marked with protests on the streets of London and elsewhere. During that time 382 of our service personnel have lost their lives. Some 262 have suffered injuries classified as “very serious”, and a further 272 have been “seriously injured”.
Tonight on The World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – A former Taliban fighter who ran a ‘recruitment centre’ for Muslim extremists to help them go to Afghanistan and kill British troops has been jailed for life.
The British National Party’s Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy, has received an official response from the Operations Directorate at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in regard to the party’s ‘Bring Our Boys Home’ petition, which was handed in to 10 Downing Street on the 17th March 2011.
By James North – Home Secretary Theresa May criticises universities for not cracking down on Islamic extremism. British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin, speaking from his Strasbourg office, criticised May’s comments, saying, “It’s the government’s fault for not kicking out the preachers of hate in the first place.”
By Stephen Palmer – The world’s mass media has sided with the Taliban in blaming the violent murders of UN workers in Afghanistan on a United States pastor living nearly 8,000 miles away.
Anger from thousands of people! That’s what David Cameron is risking as media sources report that the Prime Minister and his advisors are seriously considering asking the police to deny British National Party leader and European Member of Parliament Nick Griffin entrance to Downing Street to lead the team handing in a major petition against the Afghan War.
By David Hannam – Britain is preparing to send £85 million pounds of British taxpayers' money in foreign aid to Afghanistan as the Ministry of Defence announces another death of a British soldier.
Ministry of Defence chiefs have shelled out over £50 million hosting VIP parties since the beginning of the Afghanistan war, it has been revealed.