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Plot to Attack UK Revealed by Islamic Extremists in Court

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

UK’s precautionary measures had led to the capture of Islamic terror suspects. This is good intelligence work. Sky News reported here:

The hearing comes after a bomb disposal unit was used “as a precaution” during a large-scale police raid in Birmingham.

Four alleged Islamist extremists charged with a plot to attack the UK have appeared in court.

The men, all from the Midlands, were arrested two weeks ago as a bomb disposal unit was sent in during the search of a house.

Police said later the Army unit was deployed “as a precaution” as parts of Birmingham city centre were cordoned off.

The men, all bearded, sat side by side in the dock at Westminster Magistrates’ Court and chatted before being asked to confirm their name, date of birth and address.

They are all charged with preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK between May and August this year.

Naweed Ali, 28, and Khobaib Hussain, 24, are from the Sparkhill area of Birmingham and Mohibur Rahman, 31, and Tahir Aziz, 37, are from Stoke-on-Trent.

They did not ask for bail and will appear again at the Old Bailey on 19 September.

The hearing lasted five minutes.

A fifth suspect, who was arrested with the four, was previously released with no further action.

Reference: http://news.sky.com/story/islamist-terror-suspects-in-court-over-plot-to-attack-uk-10570956

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UK is fishing in two lakes: free trade with China eyed as well as stronger relations with India





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Brexit orBritain’s exit from the EU has brought surprising actions from the British government. Perhaps, they are just weighing trade opportunities to retain a healthy economy after it slumped a bit after Brexit. Exploring free trade with China can be misinterpreted as showing rebellion to EU after gaining their freedom from it but others put it as their way of learning the hard way. Perhaps they wanted to experience China’s unfair trade practices, mass produced sub standard products and sometimes dangerous product contents. On the other hand, they are also on there way to have some talks with China’s rival, India – another giant in Asia, but it is not known yet what will come out from that. Clearly still in the exploration stage. Read this:

The Inquirer wrote: LONDON, United Kingdom — Britain’s finance minister warned Brexit would cast a “shadow” over the world economy but said he was eyeing a free trade deal with China in interviews with the BBC and Sky News on Sunday. Speaking on the sidelines of the G20 meeting of leading world economies in Chengdu, China, Philip Hammond told Sky that the vote to leave the EU was “not the only shadow the world economy faces”. “There is going to be uncertainty about the outcome hanging over the world economic outlook for perhaps the next couple of years,” Hammond said.

It added: China President Xi Jinping before the referendum had said that he hoped Britain would remain in the 28-nation bloc to promote the “deepening development of China-EU ties.” Senior figures from some of Britain’s biggest financial services companies, including HSBC, Virgin Money, the London Stock Exchange and Standard Life were travelling with Hammond. Prime Minister Theresa May also discussed a trade deal with Australia in a phone call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull earlier this month. Foreign Office junior minister Alok Sharma was also travelling to India on Monday on his first visit since his appointment. “Britain is open for business and thriving on the world stage. We want the strongest possible relationship with India,” Sharma said.

Reference: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/798802/after-leaving-eu-uk-eyes-free-trade-with-china

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Few Effects on UK’s Leaving EU that can Affect Migrants


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Most economic experts believe that in the short term the British economy will shrink if they leave EU. Business investment is likely to be lower, house prices could fall as people put off moving while sterling is almost certain to fall – at least initially. But this is more due to uncertainty than any underlying problems with the UK economy as a result of Brexit.

Under the Dublin Regulation migrants who arrive in the EU have to claim asylum in the first country they enter. If they subsequently move countries they can be deported to the first country they arrived in. The UK deports around 1000 migrants a year using this process which would end if the UK pulled out of the EU.

Nothing would change with UK’s relationship with other countries over night if they voted to leave EU. What would follow a leave vote is years of negotiations around their future relationship with Europe. In this process almost everything would be up for grabs. Even if they vote to leave today they would probably not ‘leave’ the EU much before 2020.

Reference: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-facts-brexit-immigration-trade-economy-fishing-leave-remain-what-will-happen-a7095046.html