Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko also said that UK has a “problem [with] free speech” after TV channel RT’s bank accounts were frozen.
MPs shouted “shame” and “shameful” at ministers for blocking a blanket pardon in the House of Commons, although men will still be able to apply to the Home Office on a case-by-case basis.
The pro-Corbyn pressure group aims to grow outside the Labour party, after receiving an influx of funds following this summer’s leadership election.
Thousands of men who were prosecuted for being gay and bisexual will now be pardoned – potentially including Oscar Wilde.
Steven Woolfe had been the favourite to take over from Nigel Farage as UKIP leader – then he missed the deadline for nominations and became involved in an altercation with a fellow MEP. He has now quit the party.
“Our accounts in the UK have been closed,” said the broadcaster’s editor-in-chief. “Long live freedom of speech.”
Christian Holliday wants to criminalise those who “imagine, devise, promote, work, or encourage others, to support [the] UK becoming a member of the European Union”.
Anthony Gilberthorpe previously sold surveillance footage of a British politician having sex to newspapers and claimed to have provided underage prostitutes to cabinet ministers.
London Zoo staff were told an “animal emergency incident” had taken place.
“I want my experience to be heard by young women in my constituency and across the country who have – or may – go through this in the future. And just to say: You’re not alone.”
Brendan Cox attacked a Labour aide’s suggestion that condemnation of Russian bombing would distract from criticism of the US.
“I’d certainly like to see demonstrations outside the Russian embassy,” said the foreign secretary during a House of Commons debate on Aleppo bombing.
The former Democratic presidential candidate took time out from campaigning for Hillary Clinton to endorse his brother Larry Sanders, in a video released to BuzzFeed News.
The Batley & Spen by-election will be held on 20 October, and there are signs of underhand tactics.
“He looked like a big gorilla, prowling the set,” said the UKIP leader.
Smith failed to oust Jeremy Corbyn despite raising hundreds of thousands of pounds in donations from wealthy donors.
Jeremy Corbyn had not informed PLP leaders of his plans to change the jobs of his top team – handing out promotions to Diane Abbott, Shami Chakrabarti, and Keir Starmer.
“So Milibandism made it to Downing Street,” one former adviser to Miliband told BuzzFeed News. “Just not the man himself.”
The plan has been criticised by business leaders and by the Labour party.