British MPs have said that the Home Office has failed to deal with the UK’s backlog of asylum cases, with 29,000 applications dating back at least seven years still waiting to be resolved. It shows how immigrating to the United Kingdom has never been easier. Source: voiceofrussia.com Calais research revealed some interesting news about why asylum seekers are attracted to the United Kingdom. The Home Office are saying it is the country of choice to come and live. Find out how you can apply over on Voice of Russia UK edition. There are various things you can do when you get here, all this and more over on a website that counts.
The protests in Hong Kong, the air strikes against ISIS, the Conservative Party Conference, drugs and prostitution boosting the UK economy, NATO’s new Secretary General, the White House
Everybody knows that countries is held up by prostitutes and the sex trade in general. UK is no different. A multi billion pound industry paying of debt in one way or another. So to hear the panel talking about this weeks news comes as no surprise. Its actually a very entertaining show. This weeks panel gives their reactions to the news coming up this week. From Americanisation to the ongoing NATO demands.
You can find out more about how the world is changing? And have a listen to the effects around the world in the most objective way in 2014 over on The Voice of Russia UK Edition.
Topics discussed by the former Kremlin adviser and political analyst Alexander Nekrassov The United States’ decison to conduct air strikes in Syria, the prospects of an unlikely alliance between Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin, and the Scottish independence vote are among the topics discussed by former Kremlin advisor Alexander Nekrassov, Independent journalist Maggie Pagano and US television and radio commentator Jeffrey Robinson.
(VoR) Alexander Nekrassov Middle East, Scottish referendum, Barack Obama, ISIS, Telling It Like It Is. Source: voiceofrussia.com
Listen to todays audio over on the Voice of Russia Financial News. commonwealth games, sanctions, Russia, MH17, city of London, student loans and british banking programmes.
The Cold War never really went away, you know. If it did, there wouldn’t be the circus we saw in Wales. Former Kremlin troubleshooter Alexander Nekrassov says that the very existence of NATO proves be…
The Cold War never really went away.
This entry mentions NATO and explains the politics on the subject of Russia and takes another look at the economy. Alexander knows a lot about the West having spent time advising the Kremlin a decade or more ago. Read the News and get the latest updates about the Sanctions and the cold war over on the Voice of Russia. News Bites and interesting talking points to help you keep up to date with this weeks news.
Find out more about NATO, Politics, Russia, Economy, West, Kremlin, News, Sanctions and the Cold War. A selection of News Bites and talking points making the news this week. #Russia #Politics
Paper documents with 100 allegations of paedophile activities at Westminster over 45 years go missing. Conservative responds to a rape accusation.
News from Westminster from the archives of the cabinet raised by the Prime Minster this week. Many of the people on the front, back and side benches have been effected by the Jimmy Saville and Rolf Harris news and are taking stock to make sure everything is as it should be. Unfortunately all the paper work has disappeared. Over 45 years there has been a lot of spring cleaning in the cabinet that has taken place. Today’s audio over on Voice of Russia UK Edition examines the allegations brought up recently of people who experienced discomfort during the 80’s and 90’s.