London Times

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The Times is a British daily national newspaper based in London. It began in 1785 under the title The Daily Universal Register, adopting its current name on 1 January 1788. The Times and its sister paper The Sunday Times (founded in 1821) are published by Times Newspapers, since 1981 a subsidiary of News UK, itself wholly owned by News Corp. The Times and The Sunday Times do not share editorial staff, were founded independently, and have only had common ownership since 1967.

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… monster meetings Civil Disorder, Riots, Protests & Demonstrations
800,000 Armenians Destroyed Miscellaneous
A hostile airship hovering over London … could inflict enormous damage. Military & Veterans
Big Beggarman Compliments, Insults & Rebukes
Europe is to be the scene of the most terrible war she has witnessed since the Fall of the Roman Empire… The blame must fall on Germany. She could have stayed the plague had she chosen to speak in Vienna as she speaks when she is in earnest. She has not chosen to do so. War & Peace
Heavy Fog In Channel. Continent Cut Off. States. Nations & Nationhood
In 50 years, every street in London will be buried under 9 feet of manure. Future ;Government ;Energy
In a few more years, a Celtic Irishman will be as rare in Connemara as is the Red Indian on the shores of Manhattan. Immigration & Emigration
It is amazing the abandon with which Presbyterian Scotland celebrates the Christmas festival, now restored in popular favor after 400 years of virtual banishment. Religion & God
It is doubtful that President Mubarak or the Saudi Royal family will allow elections that might sweep them from office. Voters, Voting & Elections
REVOLUTION IN SCIENCE. Science, Mathematics, Engineering & Technology
The Domestic Servant Problem is one of the most serious problems of the present day. Public Opinion & Polling
The view held by many English people about Mesopotamia is that the local inhabitants will welcome us because we have saved them from the Turks, and that the country only needs developing to repay a large expenditure of English lives and English money. Neither of these ideals will bear much examination... From the political point of view we are asking the Arab to exchange his pride and independence for a little Western civilization, the profits of which must be largely absorbed by the expenses of administration. Expansionism, Colonialism & Imperialism
The women behaved like demented creatures … The police behaved with self-control and good humor ... Civil Disorder, Riots, Protests & Demonstrations
Unless we are prepared to retire from South Africa immediately and unconditionally—unthinkable of course—we must restore our authority where it has been defied. Expansionism, Colonialism & Imperialism
We question why liberty should be sent from France which has too little to America which has too much. Freedom & Liberty