‘Kurt would not bear ill-feeling’ says brother-in-law of American killed in Westminster attack

‘Kurt would not bear ill-feeling’ says brother-in-law of American killed in Westminster attack

The family of the US tourist killed in the Westminster terror attack said they had been through a humbling and difficult experience, but they have felt the love of so many people. Kurt and Melissa Cochran, from Utah, were on the final day of a trip to London to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The couple were mowed down on Westminster Bridge by a car driven by Khalid Masood, who killed four people in his rampage before being shot dead. Kurt died, Melissa was seriously injured. Mar 28, 2017
Nick Clegg: Growing gap between what public expects and the reality of Brexit

Nick Clegg: Growing gap between what public expects and the reality of Brexit

The UK government will face a Brexit backlash once the public realises it cannot deliver on its outlandish and utopian promises, Nick Clegg said on 28 March. The former deputy prime minister also rebuked claims from Brexit Secretary David Davis that Britain will enjoy the same benefits outside of the Single Market. Mar 28, 2017
Assad’s hands are ‘stained with the blood of the Syrian people’ claims opposition

Assad’s hands are ‘stained with the blood of the Syrian people’ claims opposition

The Syrian opposition delegation participating in the fifth round of the Syria peace talks that resumed in Geneva on Friday (25 March), said it will not accept any presence of Bashar al-Assad in the war-torn country’s peace process.The delegations of the Syrian government and opposition groups arrived at the Palace of Nations on 27 March and respectively talked with the Deputy Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Syria Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy. The government delegation’s head, Bashar al-Jaafari, did not issue any statement after the meeting, while the head of the opposition delegation, Nasr al-Hariri, reiterated the opposition’s stance at a press conference after the meeting. Mar 28, 2017