IN AN IDEAL DEMOCRACY, ITS WRONG FOR ANY BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TO go to war without recalling parliament to seek approval.

IN AN IDEAL DEMOCRACY, ITS WRONG FOR ANY BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TO go to war without recalling parliament to seek approval.

Its acceptable that any missile attack by the allies is designed to degrade the military power of those who allegedly use chemical warfare upon the people, however the world should be in panic at the position by Theresa May to be involved in the attack. Breaking news is, reportedly that Theresa May has called an emergency cabinet meeting today to discuss whether or not Britain should go to war without MPs voting in parliament. History,…

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MDC T CHAOS GROWS AS ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION (Zec) refuse to be drawn into MDC T leadership scandal

MDC T CHAOS GROWS AS ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION (Zec) refuse to be drawn into MDC T leadership scandal

ZIMBABWE must wake up and smell the coffee, Khuphe has nothing to lose by wreaking havoc through MDC T in court, because they have deliberately sidelined her, and Mnangagwa has nothing to lose from the MDC T battle.   This time the courts will demonstrate, a non partisan approach and uphold constitutionalism in the leadership matter when its brought before the courts, and simply effectively destroy any hope of MDC T victory in the harmonised…

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INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles,

INFORMATION IS POWER!-please join newzimbabwevision media platforms for regular updates, inclusive debate that has respect for all. All budding writers are welcome to send, original News articles, covering, religion, business, celebrities, fashion, politics, sport, girl child, good governance, democracy, equality, service delivery, health, education, housing, transport and other issues directly affecting the ordinary street person, to us, so we can publish them for you on our site for global readership. All articles must be original, writers…

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Squatters fighting off eviction by Deputy Sheriff’s Office, destroy police vehicle and leave Nyamandlovu Farm owner in (ICU)

Squatters fighting off eviction by Deputy Sheriff’s Office, destroy police vehicle and leave Nyamandlovu Farm owner in (ICU)

  A NYAMANDLOVU farmer is battling for life at Mpilo Central Hospital while two cops and officials from the Deputy Sheriff’s Office have also been hospitalised after nine illegal settlers allegedly set upon them with axes, logs and stones. The squatters, a court heard, were protesting over the execution of an eviction order issued by the High Court for them to leave Mr Luke Siziba’s farm. Prosecutors said the squatters barricaded a road by standing…

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A Motion Of No Confidence In Opposition Party, ‘Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn’ Was Passed By Labour MPs, (172 To 40)

A Motion Of No Confidence In Opposition Party, ‘Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn’ Was Passed By Labour MPs, (172 To 40)

  After numerous resignations by Labour Shadow Cabinet Members, in the aftermath of the ‘BREXI’, the labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn is digging in his heels and claims that the Labour ballot had “no constitutional legitimacy” . The Labour Economic advisor also, reportedly, stood down today. By Sibusiso Ngwenya. More news to follow…………. photo-online labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn

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Explaining Article 50 – The Formal Mechanism For Leaving The European Union (EU) -Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel

What Is Article 50? Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union allows a member state to notify the EU of its withdrawal and obliges the EU to try to negotiate a ‘withdrawal agreement’ with that state – it involves five points laid out below.   “Any Member State may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements. A Member State which decides to withdraw shall notify the European Council…

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French Aviation Safety Agency Says Egypt Airways, Flight Messages Showed Smoke On Board.

French Aviation Safety Agency Says Egypt Airways, Flight Messages Showed Smoke On Board.

  French aviation safety agency says Egypt Airways, flight messages showed smoke on board just moments disappeared. These are safety messages that are automatically relayed by the flight and relayed to the ground stations so that mechanics can get ready to do repairs or top up fluids such oil which, the messages would have warned about whilst the plane is on the way. Generally the smoke on board warning, is a coded message  on all…

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Ireland Commemorates The Centenary Of The Easter Rising Against British Rule In 1916

Ireland Commemorates The Centenary Of The Easter Rising Against British Rule In 1916

Several thousand people have marched in Dublin to commemorate 1916 Easter Rising leaders, who were executed by British troops after the rebellion. The procession began at Kilmainham Gaol, where 14 rebels were imprisoned and then shot dead. It ended at Arbour Hill cemetery, where they are buried. Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams addressed the Lost Leaders march and the party asked participants to come in period dress. Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness also attended….

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Italian Coast Guard Rescues 4,400 Migrants In One Day In The Mediterranean Coast

Italian Coast Guard Rescues  4,400 Migrants In One Day In The Mediterranean Coast

In what is now becoming an unprecedented wave of migration since the second world war, Smugglers are reported to have suddenly taken advantage of generally stable sea conditions to launch migrant boats, mostly overcrowded rickety ones from the Lybian Coast, causing the Italian Coast guard to launch a massive rescue operation in which an estimated 4,400 migrants were rescued in just one day in a total of  22 rescue operations on Saturday. Italian Coast guard, Navy…

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How And Why Events In Greece Affect Us In Zimbabwe-By Ian Beddowes

How And Why Events In Greece Affect Us In Zimbabwe-By Ian Beddowes

The internationalized banking system began to run out of control following the deregulation of the banks round about 1980 with the coming to power of Reagan in the United States and Thatcher in the United Kingdom. Deregulation means (among many other things) that money you put into the banks for safe-keeping can be used by bankers for speculation. If they win, you gain nothing. if they lose, you lose. It furher means no limits on interest…

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