The free press in the West (10)

This is an article by AFP about the Russian travel ban list. AFP is owned by the French government. Though they are trying to sell part of it or all of it to private capital.

AFP explains:

Lavrov said those on the list “actively supported a state coup” in Ukraine, referring to a popular uprising in Kiev in 2014 which ousted Moscow-backed leader Viktor Yanukovych.

A popular uprising? That’s good. So – if say a violent protest takes place and forty thousand Englishman kick out David Cameron, torching a lot of policemen in the process, and seize power in Westminster, and try to ban the use of Welsh as a language of government business in Wales that would be a “popular uprising”?

As a corrective then. A number of

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