This accordion-fold booklet contains a series of analytical views of the Arabian coast of the Persian Gulf by AMO-OMA and colleagues from the American University of Sharjah, UAE. . . .
The first pages of our continued focus on the diplomatic crisis between the United States and Iran.
In its leader, the Daily Express , the directions of the threats between the countries, calls "totally predictable and extremely disconcerting". He calls on the government to do their best in order to avoid "de-escalation of The Situation ", what it calls "Gulf War -3".
The Sun . Under the heading of "stand up to evil," says Boris Johnson throw should his weight firmly behind The Americans . It is argued that through the support from Washington, the Prime Minister wonders for the special relationship "between Britain and the USA".
"the UK is particularly vulnerable to this action," it says. He calls for to be used for the British armed forces, "to protect our interests". to rise
But writing in the Daily Mail , the former First Sea Lord, Lord West, to such a challenge. He argues that "the years of reckless and irresponsible defense cuts" to do it "almost impossible" for the UK.plastic-waste-tax -
The "Financial Times" revealed that in Brussels, the renewal effort will help to impose a new EU-wide tax on non-recycled plastic waste, plug left a £15bn Gap in its budget by the loss of the British contributions to the Escape.
Some Nations will be redirected expected to resist the idea, The Money will go directly to the EU coffers. But an unnamed told the newspaper:
patients who become addicted are treated according to television streaming service box-sets, for the "binge-watching addiction," according to The Daily Telegraph.
And finally, The Times after a three-Year lay-off. Since The Last dairy farmer on the left, products such as butter imported from Guernsey. But the people on Sark to say, you are worse than the on-the-spot.