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A race debate on The Independents After Show

FOX News contributor Sanitita Jackson and FBN's Jo Ling Kent join Kennedy, Kmele Foster and Matt Welch for The Independents ‘after-the-show’ show.

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  1. UK Releases Secret File on Weapons Scientist Death

    LONDON-- The British government Friday released a formerly secret autopsy report in an attempt to end speculation that the 2003 death of a government weapons scienti...

  2. UK agrees to settle with ex-Guantanamo detainees

    Britain has agreed to pay hefty settlements to former Guantanamo Bay detainees who sued the government for alleged complicity in their torture — one of the first big...

  3. British Prisoners Could Build Their Own Jails

    LONDON -- British prisoners could be allowed to build their own jails, as the government looks for ways to slash spending to reduce the country's debt.The prison ser...

  4. U.K. to Impose Harsher Sentences for Hate Crimes

    LONDON -- Britain's Justice Secretary says murderers who single out disabled or transgender people as victims will face harsher sentences in the future.Ken Clarke sa...

  5. PM offers vision beyond austerity

    Prime Minister David Cameron will on Wednesday seek to convince voters that he has more to offer than austerity, promising a "land of opportunity" built on pro-busin...

  6. Cameron says Britain has won allies on EU reform

    Britain has won allies in Europe in its battle to win back powers from Brussels by taking a strong stance on the issue, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesda...

  7. Bank scandals tarnish London's reputation

    It's been a tense summer in the City of London as one bank after another has faced allegations of massive misbehavior.Bankers in the British capital, which has for c...

  8. Paralyzed Man Launches Legal Case to Let Wife End His Life

    A British man with “locked-in syndrome”, who can move only his head and eyes, was Tuesday pressing on with a legal test case to establish that his wife could end his...

  9. Paralyzed Man Launches Legal Case to Let Wife End His Life

    A British man with “locked-in syndrome”, who can move only his head and eyes, was Tuesday pressing on with a legal test case to establish that his wife could end his...

  10. UK sees new political era with Conservative PM David Cameron paired with Liberal Democrats

    LONDON (AP) — Former rivals David Cameron and Nick Clegg hailed their new coalition government as the coming of a new era in British politics on Wednesday, glossing ...

  11. British government proposes tightened universal jurisdiction rules to limit arrest warrants

    LONDON (AP) — Britain will introduce new rules to make it harder for its courts to arrest foreigners accused of serious human rights violations, the Ministry of Just...

  12. Minister: Brits don't realize painfulness of cuts

    A senior U.K. minister says his country's middle class still hasn't grasped just how much the government's spending cuts will hurt.In an interview published Saturday...

  1. UK minister: Press to blame for crowded prisons

    Britain's justice secretary says that the press is in part to blame for Britain's crowded prisons and that he wishes authorities would push back against media pressu...

  2. British leader Cameron to shake up his UK gov't

    British Prime Minister David Cameron is making the first radical overhaul of his Cabinet since taking office in 2010, amid a stalled economy and after a series of hu...

  3. UK politicians: Banking system is corrupt

    British politicians harshly criticized the country's banking system Saturday after Barclays was fined for manipulating data, with the leader of the opposition callin...

  4. Critics blast UK plans for more snooping, secrecy

    British plans to expand the use of secret court hearings to protect intelligence shared by the United States and other allies and to extend state snooping on the Int...

  5. Terror suspect wanted in US seeks trial in Britain

    A terrorism suspect wanted in the United States and held for almost eight years in a U.K. jail as he awaits extradition urged authorities Thursday to put him on tria...

  6. Despite Arrest, Assange Extradition Faces Hurdles

    Some of the WikiLeaks critics who cheered founder Julian Assange's arrest may want to think again.The prospect of Assange being sent to Sweden in a sex-crimes inquir...

  7. New UK law means queen's secrets to stay that way

    What happens in the palace stays in the palace.A new British law that took effect Wednesday makes Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William exempt from f...

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