EU debate heats up as Cameron turns to national security

Prime Minister David Cameron is set to ramp up the rhetoric – if such a thing were possible – in the debate over Britain’s impending ‘Brexit’ referendum, when he warns this morning that leaving the EU would adversely affect Britain’s security position. Shockingly, the speech comes after former heads of security services MI5 and MI6 publicly said something similar.

But hang on a minute…

Is it all working, though?



Representatives of the government and junior doctors are set to meet today to discuss the areas of dispute over contracts which have led to industrial action in recent months.

In Canada, the forest fire that has devastated the Alberta town of Fort McMurray may be finally close to being under control.

In Pyongyang..



Meanwhile, one BBC old boy is back on the box…

Interesting – if hardly surprising – research on information flows…






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