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  • = Key Development Thursday 24th July
  • 16:00 MH17 crash an attempt to 'frame up' Moscow - Russian ambassador to UK PoliticsHome News

    MH17 crash an attempt to 'frame up' Moscow - Russian ambassador to UK PoliticsHome News

    The shooting down of flight MH17 was an attempt at “framing up Russia” that went wrong, according to Moscow’s ambassador to the UK. In a news briefing in London, Alexander Yakovenko argued that the prevailing theory that the Malaysia Ai... Continue to article

  • 12:36 Story (19 links): EU mulls tough Russian financial curbs

    PoliticsHome EU mulls tough Russian financial curbs Story View links

    EU diplomats are considering sweeping sanctions on Russia, including banning all European citizens from buying new debt issued by the country’s banks.

    According to a European Commission proposal seen by the Financial Times, Russian banks would also be prevented from using London or other EU stock markets to raise funds.

    “[T]he measure would consist in prohibiting any EU persons from investing in debt, equity and similar financial instruments with a maturity higher than 90 days, issued by state-owned Russian financial institutions…anywhere in the world,” the document reportedly states.

    It comes as the leader of pro-Russian rebels denied that his forces had possession of the Buk missile believed to have brought down the MH17 airliner.

    "No, we didn't get a Buk. There were no Buks in the area,” Alexander Borodai, leader of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), told the BBC.

    British investigators have today begun examining the flight data recorder from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.

  • 10:45 Litvinenko inquiry will set back UK-Russian relations further - former top diplomat PoliticsHome News

    Litvinenko inquiry will set back UK-Russian relations further - former top diplomat PoliticsHome News

    The decision to hold a public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko will cause Britain’s strained relationship with Russia to deteriorate further, the UK’s former ambassador to Moscow has said. Sir Tony Brenton appeared before ... Continue to article

  • 07:13 Con Coughlin: MH17: EU foreign ministers should hang their heads in shame News

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    It is hard to believe that after more than a hundred European citizens have perished as a result of a Russian-made missile being fired at an aircraft, European leaders still cannot wake up to the fact that they have a responsibility to act on their behalf, and make sure no such atrocity as the Malaysia Airlines crash happens again. Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 18th July
  • 16:55 House of Commons Business Commons Business

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    COMMONS CHAMBER 2.30pm: Education questions (topicals at 3.15pm) 3.30pm: Presentation of bill: Energy (Buildings and Reduction of Fuel Use) Bill; House in Multiple Occupation (Energy Performance Certificates and Minimum Energy Standard... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 6th June
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    Home secretary Theresa May speaks at a Royal United Services Institute event in London on tackling organised crime (09.30) Business secretary Vince Cable (09.20) and culture minister Ed Vaizey (11.20) speak at the International IP Enforc... Continue to article

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EU mulls tough Russian financial curbs

EU diplomats are considering sweeping sanctions on Russia, including banning all European citizens from buying new debt issued by the country’s banks.

According to a European Commission proposal seen by the Financial Times, Russian banks would also be prevented from using London or other EU stock markets to raise funds.

“[T]he measure would consist in prohibiting any EU persons from investing in debt, equity and similar financial instruments with a maturity higher than 90 days, issued by state-owned Russian financial institutions…anywhere in the world,” the document reportedly states.

It comes as the leader of pro-Russian rebels denied that his forces had possession of the Buk missile believed to have brought down the MH17 airliner.

"No, we didn't get a Buk. There were no Buks in the area,” Alexander Borodai, leader of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), told the BBC.

British investigators have today begun examining the flight data recorder from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.


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