Oct 27 08:36

Brexit: EU bank may not fully repay UK until 2054

Billions of euros of British taxpayers' money could remain locked into an EU bank for more than thirty years after Brexit, the UK has been warned.

Alexander Stubb, vice president of the European Investment Bank - in which the UK is a 16% shareholder - said it would not be fully repaid until 2054.

Oct 27 07:47

True toll of cyber attack on the NHS: 20,000 appointments were cancelled as hackers hit 30 more trusts than first though in strike 'that was avoidable'

Hospitals were found to have been running out-of-date computer systems, such as Windows XP and Windows 7 – that had not been updated to secure them against such attacks. Computers at almost 600 GP surgeries were also victims.

Sir Amyas said: 'It was a relatively unsophisticated attack and could have been prevented by the NHS following basic IT security best practice.

'There are more sophisticated cyber threats out there than WannaCry so the Department of Health and the NHS need to get their act together to ensure the NHS is better protected against future attacks.'

Experts last night criticised the way the Government seemingly failed to prepare.

Oct 26 17:56

May ‘Screwed’ Britain By Triggering Article 50 Too Early – Former Diplomat

British PM Theresa May “screwed” the UK by triggering Article 50 and commencing the Brexit process too early, according to the country’s former ambassador to the EU Sir Ivan Rogers.

The ex-diplomat was giving evidence at the Commons Treasury Select Committee on Wednesday, when he said that May’s decision had allowed the EU to “dictate the rules of the game” in Brexit talks. She had squandered the leverage that the timing of triggering the article had provided, he added.

Oct 26 17:07

Britain Will Lose Its Defense Capability If It Sells Off Fleet To South America, MPs Warn

The Tories are planning to cut the already overstretched Royal Navy even further by selling part of its fleet to South America, with some MPs and ministers saying the cuts will deal a huge blow to Britain’s ability to defend itself.

Officials are reported to have secretly advised navies in Chile and Brazil that up to five frigates and the Royal Navy’s only two amphibious assault ships are up for grabs. It comes as the Ministry of Defence (MoD) tries to bridge a gap in funding of up to £30 billion ($39.7 billion) over the next decade.

Oct 26 14:11

Road Death Of UK Pensioner The Result Of Tragic Circumstances

Last week, Arthur Yate, a 69-year-old widower, wept as he was jailed for the killing of 80-year-old pedestrian Ian Whitworth. It is thought that Yate fell asleep at the wheel of his car.

This was a tragic event for both the family of the victim, and Arthur Yate, with the trial revealing the terrible state of affairs facing many people in Britain. When hit by Yate, Whitworth was walking over a pedestrian crossing. Yate admitted causing death by careless driving and failing to stop after an accident. He was jailed for eight months and banned from driving for 15 years and eight months.

Oct 26 13:50

Clinton Team and Democrats ‘Bankrolled’ Trump Dirty Dossier

The real Russia scandal? Clinton campaign paid for the fake Russia dossier, then lied about it & covered it up.

US President Donald Trump has seized on reports that Hillary Clinton’s team bankrolled a sleazy dossier of allegations linking him to Russia.

Unfounded claims that Mr Trump had been filmed with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel surfaced in the closing stretch of last year’s White House race.

Oct 26 11:22

Hairdresser Infected 5 Partners With HIV, Called Victim ‘Dramatic, Paranoid Fool,’ Court Hears

A Scottish hairdresser who stands accused of infecting five sexual partners with HIV told one of his victims he was being “overdramatic” when asked whether he had contracted the infection, a court has heard.

Daryll Rowe, 26, is accused of infecting five of his partners and attempting to pass on the disease on to another five. The jury at Lewes Crown Court heard evidence from a video interview where one of the alleged victims told police officers he had met Rowe in Brighton, East Sussex, in January last year.

Oct 25 18:34

Tsar To Lenin Screens To Sold Out Audiences In London And Manchester

Cinemas in London and Manchester recently showed Tsar to Lenin—one of the most important documentaries ever made—to sold out audiences.

The documentary was shown on October 14 at HOME, Manchester’s centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film and at the Barbican Centre in London on October 22. The Barbican performing arts centre, which includes its cinema, is the largest of its kind in Europe.

Oct 25 15:03

UK Arms Sales To Saudi Tops £1.1 Billion In 2017

Britain’s sales of military equipment to Saudi Arabia hit £1.1 billion in the first six months of this year, according to the latest government data.

The UK sold £836 million worth of arms and military hardware to the Saudi kingdom between April and June, up from £280 million between January and March, according to statistics by the Department for International Trade (DIT).

Oct 25 14:00

Labour MP Who Joked About Rape And Pop-Star Orgies ‘Deserves A Second Chance,’ Colleague Says

MP Jared O’Mara, who had to resign his committee role over sexist and homophobic comments, is “courageous” for coming forward, a Labour colleague says. O’Mara made rape jokes, asked a girl band for an orgy, and branded British women “fatties.”

The 36-year-old Sheffield Hallam MP quit the Commons Women and Equalities committee on Monday for the comments he made online before being elected to parliament. They were unearthed by right-wing blogger Guido Fawkes.

Oct 25 12:25

Outrage as Theresa May will attend event Balfour Declaration celebration

Palestinians in the UK are outraged at plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, a colonial-era document that paved the way for the creation of Israel. Festivities include a huge event at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The November 2, 1917 declaration, which supported calls to establish a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine, is a source of great anger and resentment for Palestinians.

Oct 25 10:04

MPs shame the UK's plastics industry for producing Lucozade and Ribena bottles that are IMPOSSIBLE to recycle

Britain's plastic industry has been shamed by MPs for producing Lucozade and Ribena bottles that are impossible to recycle.

The soft drinks bottles are wrapped in a plastic film that gives the bottles a 'grab factor' to consumers, a select committee was told.

But the plastic wrappers contaminate other plastic recycling as bottle makers use plastics for which no facilities exist to process.

Oct 25 09:59

Moscow Surprised by UK Initiative to Probe Russia's Influence on Brexit Vote

Russia is surprised by a UK lawmaker's initiative to investigate Russia's possible use of social media to influence the Brexit referendum and June's general elections, according to the Russian ambassador to the United Kingdom, Alexander Yakovenko.

Oct 25 09:41

Hug A Jihadi Or Prosecute Hate Preachers? UK Counter-Terror Watchdog Sends Mixed Messages

Hate preachers in Britain should not be jailed unless they have committed or plotted an act of violence, according to the Government’s independent reviewer of counter-terrorism legislation.

Max Hill QC, who last week said British Islamic State (IS) fighters should be reintegrated into society, says tough new laws to clamp down on hate speech is “quite wrong.”

Oct 24 17:27

Laura Ingraham Reacts to George W. Bush Speech

The Globalist Cabal Uniting Yesterday to slam the Trump Administration to encourage everyone to be more globally fine tuned as a country...

Oct 24 15:23

Brit Sentenced For Touching Man’s Hip In Dubai Has Charges Dropped

Dubai’s ruler has pardoned a British man a day after he was sentenced to three months in prison for touching a man on the hip while on a night out in Dubai.

Jamie Harron, 27, an electrician from Stirling, was on a two-day stopover in the United Arab Emirates when he brushed past Jordanian businessman Emad Tabaz while at the Rock Bottom bar and touched his hip.

Oct 24 07:55

No Brexit transition period without final EU trade deal, Theresa May tells MPs

Theresa May has signalled there will be no transitional deal to prevent a “cliff-edge” Brexit unless the UK settles its final trading relationship with the EU next year, prompting warnings that businesses will start leaving the country before then.

Oct 23 17:21

Backlash Against Tory Who Called For ISIS Heads

Radicalized men and women who fought on the side of terrorists in Syria should be gunned down, instead of being brought before the courts, a Conservative minister says.

Rory Stewart is facing a major backlash after he insisted the only way to keep Britons safe from terrorism is to make sure anyone who took the side of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) is killed.

Oct 23 15:06

Wannabe British MP Rachel Eden and the zombie alliance

I was invited to speak about my new book, Being in Time – A Post Political Manifesto, at Reading International Festival on 22 October 2017.

Zionist organisations were outraged. They put pressure on the venue and the local council. They demanded that the event be cancelled. They mobilised a rabbi to terrorise the resilient, peace-loving solidarity campaigners. Nothing worked.>>

Oct 23 15:03

Balfour merrymaking a potential PR disaster for the British government

Stuart Littlewood argues that history will not judge kindly the British government's decision to celebrate the centenary of the Balfour Declaration "with pride" while refusing to apologise to its Palestinian victims and make amends.>>

Oct 23 14:38

Gambling websites banned from targeting children

The UK authorities have ordered the country’s gambling websites to swiftly remove “unacceptable” adverts which may appeal to children. A survey last year revealed that some 450,000 British kids were gambling on a weekly basis.

A total of 450 gambling operators, including William Hill and Bet365, received a letter that warned them of strict but unspecified sanctions if they fail to comply.

Oct 23 11:25

London Introduces Carbon “T-Charge” Tax On Diesel and Older Petrol Vehicles

By Aaron Kesel

As part of the plan to begin phasing out gas and diesel car sales over the next three decades, drivers of diesel vehicles and older petrol cars in the UK will now face a tax called T-Charge for driving into the financial district and parts of west London, Reuters reported.

Drivers are already charged 11.50 pounds ($15) under a congestion charge. But those driving petrol and diesel vehicles typically before 2006 will now need to pay an additional 10 pounds ($13.19). That means if you have an older vehicle before 2006 or a diesel vehicle you will be paying a total of 21.50 pounds or ($28.19) just to get into the city...

Oct 23 08:06


The Balfour Declaration was a letter sent by then-British foreign secretary Arthur James Balfour to Lord Walter Rothschild, a leader in the British Jewish community.

Oct 23 08:00

UK: Muslim migrant rapist blames his rape on “cultural differences” and “not understanding British law”

A rapist has been locked-up for seven years after his victim recorded the sickening attack on her mobile phone.

Sarbast Fatah had befriended the woman in the days before the sexual assault and invited her back to his Gateshead flat for drinks in March this year.

But, Newcastle Crown Court was told, when she got there, the 24-year-old pinned her down and twice attacked her.

However, unbeknown to Fatah, the terrified victim had managed to record some of the harrowing ordeal and could be heard on the footage shouting ‘No, I don’t want to”, prosecutors said.

Oct 23 07:59

ALERT: Trump Issues Urgent Warning to America, Please Listen

President Donald Trump has made a name for himself as someone who is not afraid to voice uncomfortable truths. Recently, Mr. Trump took on Great Britain and its problem with crime.

On his Facebook page, President Trump wrote, “Just out report: ‘United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.’ Not good, we must keep America safe!”

As with everything President Trump says, the mainstream media was quick to denounce him, and claim that his statement is factually wrong.

The media has consistently claimed that President Trump and Republicans are wrong and “Islamophobic” for saying that certain European cities have “No-Go Zones” where all non-Muslims are encouraged to avoid.

Just this week, Sweden’s centrist Moderate Party proposed sending in the Swedish Army into several high-crime areas in Stockholm’s suburbs.

Oct 22 09:14

The #Resistance found its new power couple!

Former President George W. Bush discovered this week that all he had to do to make the media finally like him was take a rhetorical swing at Donald Trump.

And it didn’t hurt that he teamed up with Barack Obama to do it. The result was a media swoon. The New York Times crooned: “Without Saying ‘Trump,’ Bush and Obama Deliver Implicit Rebukes.”

Oct 22 08:16

Trump’s Fed Chair Problem (How Do We Awaken Dorothy From Her Monetary Oz?)

Yellen would be closer to dovish Evans while Taylor would be closer to Rubebusch.

President Trump has a problem. And it is who to select as The Federal Reserve Chair by November 3rd. Of course, he can always keep mega-dove Janet Yellen. Or he choose someone new like National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, Fed Board Governor Jerome Powell, former Fed Governor Kevin Warsh or Stanford University economist John Taylor.

Oct 22 08:13

Macbeth Does the Stations of the Cross

Shakespeare’s deepest message was one of hope.

Considered the darkest of all of Shakespeare’s plays, it is nonetheless replete with some of the most magnificent poetry and psychological insight penned by our Bard. It is a study in the genesis and evolution of evil: vaulting ambition and the slippery slope that leads to further acts of murder until its violent end, this play that begins and ends and is soaked throughout in blood.

Oct 21 09:48

British Musician Takes On Vaccine Issues With A Musical Video

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Isn’t there something dramatically and incongruously wrong about such a deliberate refusal to stop medical child abuse perpetrated upon infants, toddlers and teens by federal, state and local health agencies with apparent greased lightning support of advertising and lobbying from Big Pharma to extol vaccines as safe and effective?

Nevertheless, one songwriter, Daz Nez, has stepped up to the plate and hit a home run with his song “Word to the Wise” he co-titled to “Always Reject Vaccines” with a video version of it...

Oct 20 21:06

Is Liberalism a Dying Faith? Pat Buchanan

James Burnham called it (Liberalism) in his 1964 “Suicide of the West” — the ideology of Western suicide.

Asked to name the defining attributes of the America we wish to become, many liberals would answer that we must realize our manifest destiny since 1776, by becoming more equal, more diverse and more democratic — and the model for mankind’s future.

Oct 20 21:03

“The Lobby” British Style – Philip Giraldi

An undercover reporter secretly records how the Israeli Embassy directs local groups

There is undeniably a complicated web of relationships and networks that define Israel’s friends.

Now that the British account of “The Lobby” has cleared a regulatory hurdle the American version will reportedly soon be released.

Oct 20 11:09

MI5 boss Andrew Parker: UK terror threat evolving at scale never seen before

The UK is facing a "multidimensional threat" that is rapidly evolving "at a scale and pace we've not seen before", the director general of MI5 has warned.

Andrew Parker said the security service is operating at an unprecedented level and has seen "a dramatic upshift in threats this year".

"It's at the highest tempo I've seen in my 34-year career," he said. "Today there is more terrorist activity, coming at us more quickly, and it can be harder to detect.

"We're now running well over 500 live operations involving around 3,000 individuals known to be currently involved in extremist activity in some way.

"As well as those we are looking at today, risk can also come from returnees from Syria and Iraq and also the growing pool of over 20,000 individuals we've looked at in the past in our terrorism investigations

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Andrew Parker, a word, please, and a little logic.

The people uprooted from Iraq and Syria have every reason to be angry at the Anglo/US wars against their countries which caused them to have to flee, sometimes with nothing more than the clothes on their backs, to impose regime change, and insure that their oil was only sold in US dollars. The US and the Brits made that happen in Iraq, not so much in Syria yet; however, Israel is working hard to get another war going there, which the US military will most probably join.

This unrestricted, unrestrained immigration has caused massive woes for you, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Denmark and France. So here's about doing immigration intelligently; only let in the best of the best of the best, meaning that these are people who already are proficient in English; want to assimilate; have meaningful job skills in the 21st century, and will behave in a peaceful and civlised manner.

It's called vetting, Andrew.

This is no longer the 19th century, the century of the Emma Lazarus poem, which includes the phrases,

"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

The US, UK, and Europe don't have the money or luxury or infrastructure to allow people to immigrate if they don't want to assimilate; don't want to learn the language; and do not want to be a part of their respective nations' economic growth. Just being a refugee cannot be enough grounds to let people immigrate when they have nothing to offer; all countries need to demand the best of the best of the best for the future of their countries.

And as to eliminating the refugee issues?!? Stop the wars; start negotiating in good faith for what you want, and back off from regime change (yes, I know that once THAT one gets started it can be addictive!)

Oct 20 08:28

Misco UK plunges into administration – around 300 jobs lost at Northamptonshire-based firm

AROUND 300 jobs have been lost at the UK arm of computer reseller Misco after the operation plunged into administration.

Oct 19 20:13

Yes, British F-35 engines must be sent to Turkey for overhaul

Britain’s F-35B fighter jets currently cost around $123m each – and British officials are quite content that the only engine overhaul facility for the stealth aircraft’s engines is located in Turkey.

The House of Commons’ Defence Committee questioned British ministers, civil servants and senior officers on the F-35 purchase programme, revealing that Britain is still publicly committed to buying 138 F-35Bs.

Oct 19 19:59

'Steep rise' in self-harm among teenage girls

Since 2001, girls have had much higher rates of self-harm than boys - 37.4 per 10,000 compared with 12.3 in boys.

While self-harm rates stayed constant among 10- to 12-year-olds and 17- to 19-year-olds, there was a 68% increase among 13- to 16-year-olds over the three-year period studied.

This took the rate in girls from 45.9 per 10,000 in 2011 to 77 per 10,000 in 2014.

The researchers, from the University of Manchester, looked at data for nearly 17,000 patients from more than 600 GP practices.

Oct 19 14:30

Eyewitness Dawn Waddy Sat Next To Suspicious Foreign Woman Before Manchester Arena Bombing

Was bomber’s accomplice in the crowd on night of attack?

Oct 19 14:15

Video: BoJo’s Comments On RT ‘Absolute Rubbish’ – Ex-Mayor Ken Livingstone

Being confined to just watching British television or reading British papers will not give people all the information they need.

Oct 18 15:50

Councils Buying Rough Sleepers One-Way Tickets To Get Them Out Of Town

Local councils across England have been accused of “social cleansing” because they are regularly buying one-way tickets for homeless people to get them to leave town.

The “reconnection” strategy has been described as worrying by homelessness charities.

Oct 18 14:51

British Lord Joins Political Onslaught Against RT’s Ads With Twitter Rant

Another British politician, this time the improbably named Lord Adonis, has surfed in on the wave of anger aimed at RT for the heinous crime of buying advertising space in the London Underground.

Adonis, for the uninitiated, is not a superhero. Not a Greek god returned to get Britain’s trains running on time. It is the real name of a real politician. His mum knows him as the more earthly Andrew.

Oct 18 13:09

Balfour: Celebrating 100 years of injustice and oppression

Stuart Littlewood views the plan by British stooges of Israel – deluded “Christians” and Jewish mouthpieces of the Zionist state – to celebrate the Balfour Declaration in the Albert Hall, and reminds us of some facts about that despicable declaration.>>

Oct 18 11:14

Out In The Cold? New UKIP Leader Henry Bolton Shuns Right Wing In Party Reshuffle

Out In The Cold? New UKIP Leader Henry Bolton Shuns Right Wing In Party Reshuffle

Oct 18 09:16

MI5 chief says ‘diverse’ Islamist threat to UK growing at ‘previously unseen scale & pace’

Britain’s top domestic intelligence officer has warned that Britain is under unprecedented threat from Islamist terrorists, and says that 20 plots have been foiled in the past four years, while future successful attacks are inevitable.

“That threat is multi-dimensional, evolving rapidly and operating at a scale and pace we’ve not seen before,” Andrew Parker, the director general of MI5, said during a rare public speech to journalists in London. “It’s at the highest tempo I have seen in my 34-year career. Today there is more terrorist activity, coming at us more quickly, and it can be harder to detect.”

Oct 18 09:07

Headmaster apologizes for gender-neutral toilets that made pupils ‘uncomfortable’

A headmaster at one of Britain’s top schools has been forced to apologize for introducing gender-neutral toilets. Earlier in the year he was criticized for allowing boys to wear skirts as part of their school uniform.

Adam Pettit oversaw the conversion of toilets at Highgate School in North London over the summer holidays, saying it would help students who are “gender fluid or don’t wish to identify themselves with a gender.”

He claimed at the time young people were “pleasingly accepting of and sympathetic to those whose lives are made miserable by the inability of institutions to adapt to their gender-fluidity or their gender-neutrality.”

According to the Daily Mail, however, the move was condemned by parents and pupils at the £20,370-a-year co-educational private day school.

Oct 17 18:30

‘Corbyn Could Lose Seat In UK Cost Cutting Plan’

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and a number of other members of the British Parliament could lose their seats if lawmakers decided to push ahead with a controversial cost cutting proposal, according to new reports.

Oct 17 18:17

Sainsbury's AXES 2,000 jobs in £500m cost-cutting drive

Payroll and human resources roles will be axed across the stores as the company tries to make huge savings and fund a price war with other retailers

Sainsbury’s confirmed today that it had launched a consultation on the plans, which are expected to affect around 1,400 staff.

It will also restructure its central office operations across the grocery chain, Argos and Sainsbury's Bank, which could see another 600 roles axed.

Oct 17 18:12

'British courts will decide!' Davis insists UK courts WILL have power over ECJ in Britain

The Brexit Secretary said British courts would take control and used European Union citizens’ rights in the UK as an example.

David Davis made the point of emphasising the need for British law “not European law”.

Oct 17 16:20

Boris Says Labour MPs Speaking To RT Is A ‘Scandal’ … Despite His Dad Appearing Only Last Month

While Boris Johnson claims it is a “scandal” that Labour MPs are willing to appear on RT, the Tory foreign secretary seems unaware his own father came on the channel just last month. In fact, a lot of Johnson’s Tory colleagues have.

Oct 17 09:22

The Lobby

Al Jazeera Investigations exposes how the Israel lobby influences British politics. A six-month undercover investigation reveals how Israel penetrates different levels of British democracy.

Episode One: In part one, Al Jazeera Investigations reveals how pro-Israel groups are trying to influence Britain’s youth.

Episode Two: In part two, our undercover reporter joins a delegation from the Israeli embassy at last year’s Labour Party Conference.

Episode Three: In part three, our undercover reporter witnesses a heated conversation between two opposing activists. The evidence raises serious questions about whether accusations of anti-Semitism are used to stifle political debate.

Oct 17 09:21

UK: Corbyn calls for probe into Israeli 'interference'

The leader of the United Kingdom's Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, has called for an inquiry into the activities of an Israeli embassy officer who was caught on tape in an Al Jazeera investigation discussing a plot to "take down" British politicians.

In an open letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, Corbyn described the actions of Israeli embassy official Shai Masot as "improper interference in this country's democratic process".

EXCLUSIVE: Israel's parliamentary plot against UK politicians (2:42)
Explaining that he was "concerned" by UK foreign minister Boris Johnson's announcement that the embassy's activities were a closed matter, Corbyn urged May to launch an inquiry: "This is clearly a national security issue."

Oct 16 14:51

Disabled Children Suffer 150% Rise In Verbal, Physical & Online Hate Crime In 2yrs

Figures obtained from police forces by the BBC under freedom of information rules reveal that there were 450 such incidents reported last year, up from 181 in 2015.

Only 29 of the 45 forces across the country provided full responses to the request, meaning that the actual number of reported incidents is likely to be much higher.

Oct 16 14:38

Video | British Crowd Boos Hillary

Clinton stepped out of her car and the boos were audible.


Oct 16 11:54

Universal Basic Income, Or Basic Universal Alternative?

The Green Party of England and Wales have just concluded their autumn conference, held this year in the pleasant Yorkshire town of Harrogate. One of the meetings I particularly wanted to take part in was titled “Universal Basic Income. Its time has come”. The main speaker was Guy Standing, someone who has apparently been promoting Basic Income for about thirty years. Although this gives him cause to claim some proprietorial rights for the idea, the Greens’ version of the same thing, known to us as Citizens Income (CI), has been a cornerstone policy for about forty years.

Oct 16 11:29

Impending Doom? ‘Eerie’ Red Sun Linked To #StormOphelia Freaks Out Twitter — RT UK

Some unusual solar activity has got social media spooked. The sun over England appeared red and slightly menacing on Monday, triggering fears of an imminent apocalypse. Many took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the “eerie” spectacle.

Oct 16 11:14

BBC’s hissy fit over Brexit bias research PROVES it has something to hide

Let’s look at the evidence. I recently asked the Corporation for a list of every guest it invited to the Proms this summer. The answer was very revealing.

Bosses spent £19,020 entertaining dozens of luvvies and politicians.

And guess what? The vast majority of those treated to free drinks and a night at the Royal Albert Hall — courtesy of TV licence payers — were vocal defenders of the EU and prominent critics of Brexit.

They included Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, David Attenborough, Judi Dench, Tory politician Lord Patten, Financial Times editor Lionel Barber, Guardian ­editor Katharine Viner and ex-Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Theresa May, Chancellor Philip ­Hammond and Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn — who all backed Remain — also accepted a free ticket and were hosted on separate nights in a private box by £450,000-a-year BBC director-general Lord Hall.

Oct 16 11:07

'Poverty, hunger and suicidal despair': Whistleblower exposes chaos at heart of Government's universal credit system

‘I see masses of suffering on a daily basis... We have to tell claimants that the state cannot support them even if they have young children to feed... Turning away those in abject poverty is part of the job’

Oct 16 11:07


“If you are sitting in a bar and if you are ordering 28 beers and then suddenly some of your colleagues is leaving and he’s not paying, that is not feasible. They have to pay. They have to pay. Not in an impossible way. I’m not in a revenge mood – I am not hating the British. The Europeans have to be grateful for so many things Britain has brought to Europe – during war, after war, before war, everywhere and every time. But now they have to pay.”

Oct 16 09:59

The £500-A-Night ‘Portaledge Hotel’ Where Guests Sleep Dangling From A Welsh Cliff

Most couples try to avoid placing their relationship in a perilous situation. Now you can pay £500-a-night to do just that.

If the idea of sleeping on a vertical rock face with only a sliver of canvas between you and the waves crashing 200ft below keeps you awake at night, then ‘cliff camping’ is probably not for you.

Oct 15 15:55

Tougher Penalties For Suspects Even ‘Slightly Involved’ In Terrorism Plots

New, tougher sentences have been proposed to deal with “less sophisticated” yet “equally dangerous” terror plots.

The Sentencing Council, which draws up penalty guidelines for England and Wales, issued the first draft of sentences for terrorism-related offences ever handed to a court.

Oct 13 19:06

Third Time Lucky? Theresa May’s Clout With Trump Tested Again Over Iran

They may have strolled hand in hand around the White House, but the honeymoon is over for the leaders of Britain and the US.

Theresa May is attempting to talk Donald Trump down from provoking nuclear problems with Iran in the Middle East, but – based on recent history – the Prime Minister may have overestimated her influence.

Oct 13 17:38

Floating Trash Bin Gets To Work On UK’s South Coast

A revolutionary new invention known as the ‘Seabin’ has already begun the mammoth task of unclogging waste from our seas.

The brainchild of Australian surfers Pete Ceglinski and Andrew Turton, the Seabin was installed for the first time near the base of the Land Rover Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) sailing team in Portsmouth on the UK’s south coast.

Oct 13 15:31

BRANSON BACKLASH: Furious outrage at claim Brexit will be reversed when Leave voters DIE

His comments have caused outrage on social media with people hitting out at the “self-serving” businessman and some even calling for a boycott of his company’s services.

Brian Berridge raged: “So the success of Brexit depends on whether we live or die anytime soon.

“Chances are Mr Branson we could see you out.”

And Gordon Grove tweeted: “What a disgraceful way to look at this. Boycott all his brands.”

Another tweeter wrote: “Branson doesn’t even live in the UK.

“Who the hell is he to tell us. Brexit is actually making UK better.”

And another Brexit supporter predicted: “The EU will die before we do.”

Others branded his argument “shameful” and accused him of being arrogant and out of touch.

Oct 13 14:57

Watch: Gilad Atzmon and all that Jazz

The film follows Gilad in the most flourishing time of his career, as he records albums with Robert Wyatt, the Blockheads, and gigs with Nigel Kennedy; gets invited to TV programmes and panel events all over the globe; pleases his supporters and admirers, while seriously pissing off his opponents, to the point of receiving death threats and intimidation against the venues in which he plays and speaks.

“Gilad and all that Jazz” offers a unique insight into the life, ideas, music and motivations driving the great saxophonist...>>

Oct 13 12:28

Catalonia: What’s Next? – Justin Raimondo

Spain’s repression has failed.

While the elites are pushing an agenda of centralization, and concentrated power, the worldwide trend is actually going in the opposite direction, toward decentralization and self-determination.

At a time when supra-national bureaucracies and globalist initiatives are being foisted on ordinary people, the Catalan people are rising up and taking their destiny into their own hands.

Oct 13 12:10

Toddler Gives Evidence In Court To Put Child Abuser Behind Bars

A two-year-old girl has become the youngest person to give evidence in a British criminal case, leading to a man being jailed for 10 years for sexual abuse.

The girl spoke to a specialist child abuse police officer answering simple “who,” “what” and “where” questions, and pointing to parts of the body on a paper figure.

Oct 13 06:58

'To HELL with the will of the people!' Rachel Johnson launches savage attack on Brexiteers

STAUNCH Remainer Rachel Johnson launched a scathing attack on pro-Brexit Britons, calling on the Government to ignore the "will of the people".

Oct 12 17:24

British Media’s Brexit Coverage Plays Up Doom, Buries Shoots Of Optimism

Why lead with ‘new momentum’ when your headline can contain the juicy alliteration of ‘disturbing deadlock’. Yet both phrases were uttered in Brussels during talks today.

The European Union is not budging – no, they will not talk to Britain, unless they are guaranteed a cash settlement. The feeling that Brexit negotiations are failing is positively feeding the media.

Oct 12 13:47

Ebay Pays Just £1.6mn In Tax On £1bn Sales In Britain

Ebay paid just £1.6 million in UK corporation tax last year despite making £1 billion in sales, it has been revealed, raising fresh questions about how multinational corporations are able to structure their businesses to minimize tax bills.

Earlier this year, eBay reported to US investors that its UK business made revenues of £1 billion (US$1.3 billion) in 2016.

Oct 12 13:35

Brexit Talks With UK In 'Disturbing Deadlock': EU

The European Union and Britain are stuck in a “disturbing deadlock” in their Brexit negotiations over the EU divorce bill, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says.

Barnier made the comments at a press conference on Thursday at the end of a fifth round of Brexit talks with the UK’s Brexit Secretary David Davis at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels.

Oct 12 11:04

Richard Branson’s Brexit strategy: Wait for Leave voters to die, then rejoin EU

He said young people “overwhelmingly” want to be part of Europe, and will continue fighting to rejoin the European bloc.

“The older generation is dying off. Whether there’s a second referendum before Brexit happens, I’m sure the Tory party will do their best not to allow that to happen, within five years there will be a government in power in Britain that will ask Europe for a chance for Britain to re-enter,” said the billionaire.

“And because there are so many young people who will be a little older by then, and so many older [people] who voted for Brexit will have died off, I think Britain will become a part of Europe again.”

Oct 11 14:03

Royal Interference? Prince Charles Lobbied Tony Blair Over Hunting Ban, Letter Reveals

Yet more proof of Prince Charles meddling in government affairs has emerged. The heir to the throne appears to have lobbied the then Prime Minister Tony Blair not to implement a ban on fox hunting.

According to the Mail on Sunday, the Prince of Wales wrote to Blair when he was trying to get a ban through Parliament, urging him not to outlaw the sport, calling it “romantic” and “environmentally friendly.”

Oct 11 12:02

'Stench Of Death In Downing Street’: Boris Would ‘Just Say No’ If PM Tried To Sack Him, Say Allies

The foreign secretary said “friends and allies” quoted in media reports were not speaking for him and did not represent his views.

In a WhatsApp message to Tory MPs, he suggested they were “some sinister band of imposters,” according to Sky News.

Oct 11 11:46

F-35: Can Anything Else Go Wrong With Britain’s Fighter Jet Order?

Although the British military is being asked to make an estimated £30 billion ($39 billion) in savings over the next decade, the government is showing signs of fumbling yet another billion-pound program.

Oct 11 09:52

Forget Catalonia – Yorkshire Wants Independence! UK Parliament To Debate New Devolution

Westminster will debate on Tuesday whether more powers should be devolved to Yorkshire.

The majority of the north east English region’s council leaders support having their own elected mayor like London and Manchester.

Oct 11 08:12

Equifax: About those 400,000 UK records we lost? It's now 15.2M. Yes, M for MEELLLION

Last month, US credit score agency Equifax admitted the personal data for just under 400,000 UK accounts was slurped by hackers raiding its database. On Tuesday this week, it upped that number ever-so-slightly to 15.2 million.

In true buck-passing fashion, at the time of writing, Equifax hadn't even released a public statement on the matter. Instead it fell to Blighty's National Cyber Security Centre to reveal the bad news that a blundering American firm had put them at risk of phishing attacks.

Oct 10 17:11

Politicians ‘Spawned Fallacies’ About War To Justify Military Austerity – British Army Chief

The head of the British Army has accused British politicians of creating an illusion of war and misleading the public with unrealistic ideals, accusing them of having “spawned a number of fallacies.”

Oct 10 10:07

British MP Joins Calls for Germany to Pay Billions in Second World War Reparations to Poland

The campaign to force the German government to pay billions – if not trillions – of euros to Poland in damages for the destruction caused during the Second World War has gained a new voice in the form of a British Conservative Member of Parliament.

Oct 10 09:42

‘Shockingly Badly Integrated’ Pakistani Women Live In ‘Entirely Different Society’ In Britain

The nation’s first disparity audit will reveal entire communities are segregated from their neighbors.

The Cabinet Office study, which will be published on Tuesday, was designed to better understand how people in the UK access healthcare, education, employment and the criminal justice system.

Oct 10 08:35

?F-35: Can anything else go wrong with Britain’s fighter jet order?

Britain’s new US-made fighter jets, due to come into service in less than three years, could face severe delays in yet another embarrassing software hiccup for the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

Oct 10 08:14

‘Sex’ Question Could Be Removed From UK Census Because It’s ‘Transphobic’

The “which sex are you” question in Britain’s next census could be made voluntary after claims it discriminates against transgender people.

The “tentative” recommendation has been made in an Office for National Statistics (ONS) report on gender identity. The move would make the UK one of the first countries in the world not to require its citizens to tell officials what their sex is, according to the Times.

Oct 10 08:13

UK’s BAE Systems To Axe 1,000 Over Falling Weapons Sales

UK weapons manufacturer BAE Systems is preparing to cut more than 1000 jobs this week, a move that is blamed on falling demand for its products.

While the company’s new chief executive, Charles Woodburn, has been considering “trimming” the workforce across all BAE facilities, the first wave of firings is expected to mostly affect the company’s Warton plant in Preston, Lancashire, Sky News reported Monday.

Oct 10 08:10

BAE confirms it is slashing 2,000 jobs

Oct 10 08:10

Outage at EE affecting voice calls across the country

EE customers have been hit with a nationwide outage, with many unable to make calls this morning.

According to monitoring site Down Detector, the problem first emerged around 8am this morning.

Customers in London and the South East appear to have been hit the hardest. But folk were also reporting problems in Blackpool, Huddersfield, Leeds, Norfolk, Durham, and Portsmouth.

Oct 09 17:14

The Rising Of Britain’s “New Politics”

Delegates to the recent Labour Party conference in the English seaside town of Brighton seemed not to notice a video playing in the main entrance. The world’s third biggest arms manufacturer, BAe Systems, supplier to Saudi Arabia, was promoting its guns, bombs, missiles, naval ships and fighter aircraft.

Oct 09 14:10

UK today – Songs about Jewish Lies, Power and Control now a Criminal Offence

Last week, for having expressed myself musically via the Internet, I was entertained at Her Majesty’s pleasure during 48 hours.

Clearly at the beck and call of my predatory stalkers, police first arrested me for an alleged breach of bail outside Court 8 at Westminster Mags then, ten minutes later, de-arrested me. Within half an hour, I was re-arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred for my songs (again), handcuffed and carted off to Charing Cross police station where I was held for six hours to await two officers from Derbyshire police to take me back to my home county for questioning.

Oct 09 12:45

‘UK Teen Almost Hacking US Officials A Serious Concern For American Security’

It should be very concerning for the US security services that a teenager almost got to access to private information of top officials, including that of the CIA chief, as other hackers might actually do some real harm, Mark Chapman of the UK Pirate Party believes.

Oct 09 10:48

The hopelessly corrupt structure of the Eurozone & the Eurogroup

Follow the money. The Eurogroup rules the Eurozone and its 19 member states. The first rule of Eurogroup is: ‘You don’t talk about Eurogroup!’

Part of the problem of criticizing the “pan-European project” is that you have multiple bodies which overlap. And you also have some nations which are part of one, but not another. Or which pay into one body, but abstain from another.

A clear analysis is needed of the most important part of the pan-European project: the Eurozone. The Eurozone is the most important because it controls the money in the world’s largest macro-economy.

Oct 09 10:33

UK’s May tells Netanyahu her country is sticking with Iran deal

In phone call, Israeli leader, British PM agree world should be 'clear-eyed' about Iranian threat, 'push back' against destabilizing activity

Oct 09 09:29

Britain 'draws up battle plan for war with North Korea'

Britain is reportedly preparing for the possibility of war breaking out with North Korea as concerns rise that another provocative missile test could trigger a military response by the US.

North Korea is being closely watched amid fears it could launch another long-range missile test on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the founding of its ruling party.

Bellicose rhetoric from Donald Trump has heightened tensions in the region in recent months, prompting British officials to draw up military plans for a response to a break out of hostilities, it was reported.

The possible move to deploy it ahead of schedule drew comparisons with the start of the Falklands War.

"In the Falklands we had to react to an event and HMS Illustrious was accelerated to respond," a Navy source told the Mail.

"This was a reaction to protect British territory, however. In this case [North Korea], the UK would be part of a united global coalition. We would see what support we could give."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note that none of this is actually sourced, and even the writers of this article wanted to distance themselves from responsibility for having written it, by embracing anonimity, and only identifying them as "Telegraph Reporters".

I frankly think, at this point, that this was simply a "trial balloon" on the part of the British Government, to see and gague British public reaction to such a move, if, in fact, such plans are being contemplated at this time.

Oct 09 08:45

EU steps up Brexit talks with Labour over fears Theresa May's government will fall

EU negotiators have “significantly” stepped up back-room talks with Labour because they are increasingly concerned Theresa May’s government will collapse before Brexit is complete.

Oct 09 08:45

Farage Tells Hillary Clinton to ‘Stop Whinging’ After She Demeans Brexit Voters

Failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has attacked Brexit voters, claiming they fell for a “horrible lie” and voted against “modern Britain” because of small-town concerns.

The former first lady also blamed her electoral loss on the e-mail scandal, alleged Russian influence, and host of other factors in an interview with The Sunday Times to promote her new book.

Speaking about the European Union (EU) referendum’s relationship to the U.S. presidential election, she said: “Brexit should have been a bigger alarm than it was.”

Adding: “It was some of the same people working for Trump, advocating for him.

Oct 08 07:21

Video From Scene Of Vehicle Crash | UK Still Won’t Call London Attack ‘Terrorism’

Certainly seems like a rather large police response for a simple accident.


Oct 07 07:33

Victoria and Abdul – Re-Writing History to indoctrinate Todays Society

If I was writing this as a mere film review then I honestly couldn’t say much. I wasn’t as impressed as I had expected to be. Dame Judi Dench was wonderful and the filming and costumes are superb. But overall it was pretty boring, trite and shallow and about as historically accurate as Braveheart! A two star film at maximum. Most reviewers I read seem to agree.

But as a moderate dud it would not have left me so disturbed. What bothered me were a couple of things – the history and the current day indoctrination.

Oct 06 12:27

UK Prime Minister Theresa May's political woes hammer the pound

Sterling loses ground as fallout from Conservative party upheaval hits market sentiment.

Oct 05 16:19

UK 'Prepared' If Brexit Negotiations With EU Fail: May

UK Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain’s government wants Brexit negotiations to succeed but is preparing for a scenario in which they might fail.

Oct 05 13:33

Britain Has Blood On Its Hands In Libya, Not The Time For Johnson Jokes – Political Activist

In many ways, what Boris Johnson is doing is very much like Donald Trump. He is saying outrageous things, grabbing the limelight to himself, political activist and social justice campaigner George Barda told RT.

Oct 05 10:29

‘Witchcraft’ Blamed For Disappearance Of 7 Black Cats From Yorkshire Villages

The sudden disappearance of up to seven black cats from two sleepy North Yorkshire villages has locals concerned they’ve been snatched for witchcraft in the lead-up to Halloween.

Oct 05 10:06

DFS profits tumble on 'challenging' furniture market

Sofa retailer DFS is nursing a sharp fall in profits amid a "very challenging market" as shoppers have become unwilling to splash out on new sofas and a weaker pound has pushed up costs.

Pre-tax profits tumbled by 22.3pc to £50.1m in the year to July 29, despite DFS growing sales for a fifth consecutive year. Revenues inched up just 0.9pc to £762.7m during the year.

Oct 05 09:37

UK car sales slide 9% in September

Sales of new cars in the UK fell sharply in September, a move that an industry body has said will cause "considerable concern".

New car registrations last month numbered 426,170, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said.

The figure was down 9.3% from September last year, while diesel sales - which have been hit by worries over air quality - fell by 21.7%.

It was the first time in six years that the key September market had fallen.

Oct 04 20:53

Protester Interrupts Theresa May's Conference Speech, Hands Her P45

Theresa May’s keynote conference speech has been interrupted by a protester who handed her a P45, usually handed to employees when they are sacked, as she addressed party members in Manchester.

Oct 04 17:14

RAF Typhoon Fighters Sent To Escort Civilian Aircraft To London Stansted Airport

A Ryanair passenger jet has been escorted by Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jets into Stansted Airport after a mid-flight emergency.

The budget carrier said a flight from Kaunas in Lithuania to Luton was diverted “after Lithuanian authorities received a suspected hoax security alert.”

Oct 04 12:45

Jacob Rees Mogg: Have We Found Britain’s Most Honest Politician?

It was a novel approach for a Conservative MP – to strike up conversation with a baying mob – but Jacob Rees-Mogg did it anyway.

In a leveled (and uber-posh) tone, the Tory darling asked the protesters who had gathered to sneer and scream at him at the Conservative Party Conference on Monday what exactly it was they wanted.

Oct 04 09:07

Watching terrorist propaganda online to become a criminal offence, says Tory Home Secretary Amber Rudd

Ms Rudd said: “I want to make sure those who view despicable terrorist content online including jihadi websites, far-right propaganda and bomb-making instructions face the full force of the law.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Far-right propaganda?!?" Does she mean ME?!?

Oct 04 09:00

Fury as minister says Brexit was the working class 'throwing a tantrum' over immigration

Sir Alan Duncan, a staunch Europhile, said the Brexit campaign had "stirred up a lot of sentiment" about migration among people who do not usually vote.

During a speech at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, he said: "You could feel blue-collar, urban, traditional Labour opinion going viral for Leave.

"They were stirred up by an image of immigration which made them angry and made them throw a bit of a tantrum."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The people of Great Britain have every right to throw a tantrum when the government of Great Britain acts contrary to the best interests of the people of Great Britain.

Oct 03 16:39

UK To Ban Sale Of Acid To Under-18s Amid ‘Epidemic’ Of Attacks

The Conservatives have pledged to ban the sale of acid to under-18s in a bid to crack down on the spike in the number of horrific attacks across the country.

Announcing the new regulations during the Conservative Party’s annual conference on Tuesday, Home Secretary Amber Rudd also said it would be illegal for anyone to carry acids unless they had a “good reason.”

Oct 03 14:54

Watching Terrorism Videos Online To Become Criminal Offense In UK

In a move designed to tighten laws tackling extremism, people who watch terrorist material online could face up to 15 years behind bars, UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced.

Oct 03 13:29

Grassroots Politics: Legalize Cannabis To Woo Millennial Voters, Tory Ex-MP Blunt Urges Party

Former prisons minister Blunt said prohibiting drugs was “about as intelligent as the prohibition of alcohol in the United States” in the 1920s, adding that the government should appoint a Royal Commission to look at decriminalization.

Speaking at a Tory conference fringe event on street cannabis, Blunt added that successive governments had “ceded total control of a significant public health issue to organized crime.”

Oct 03 07:55

Don't bash Britain over Brexit: 'Schadenfreude' is DEVASTATING the EU, warns German paper

BRITAIN has become a laughing stock among European leaders who are lining up to criticise the country’s vote for Brexit, according to a German newspaper.

Oct 02 19:44

TERROR CRACKDOWN: UK police in MAJOR counter-terrorism exercise across Britain amid threat

POLICE forces in Scotland and England are to take part in a major counter terrorism exercise to test the response of emergency services to a cross-border incident.

The three-day "live-play scenario", which will involve locations around Edinburgh, the Lothians and Northumbria from Tuesday, is not in response to any specific threat but is the result of over a year of planning.

Oct 02 15:19

Catalonian Independence Vote Reignites Scotland’s Call For UK Split

The Scottish independence debate is back with a vengeance after images of Spanish police brutality in Catalonia this weekend shocked the world.

Catalans were attacked by the Spanish Civil Guard as they voted in an independence referendum ruled illegal by the Constitutional Court of Madrid.

Oct 02 10:23

Judge Who Spared ‘Privileged’ Oxford Student Jail Now Under Investigation

The judge who spared an Oxford University student from jail after she admitted to stabbing her then boyfriend is being investigated by a judicial watchdog. It comes after he ruled the young woman was simply “too clever” to be behind bars.

Oct 01 16:58

PETER HITCHENS: If the Royal Navy's so 'vital', why have you wrecked it, Theresa?

HMS Ocean, the current fleet flagship, is so central to the Navy’s operations that the Prime Minister paid a visit to her in the Gulf last December, and spoke warmly to the ship’s company.

She said: ‘Here on HMS Ocean all of you are a vital part of Britain’s global mission… and you can be very proud of everything you are doing.’

All I can say to the Navy is hold on to your tin hats if the PM ever says anything nice to you again. She would have been more honest if she’d just said: ‘Goodbye!’

For, four months after this flag-brandishing oration, Mrs May’s Government put the ‘vital’ HMS Ocean up for sale.

The Brazilian Navy revealed in April that it is close to buying her for about £80 million.

In return for that – a ripple in Whitehall’s ocean of debt – we will lose the only ship we have which can mount a large-scale amphibious operation.

Oct 01 16:43

EU faces Brexit chaos as £20 TRILLION worth of finance contracts hang in the balance

Banks are gearing up for complex negotiations across the European Union over the uncertain future of about £20 trillion of crucial finance contracts.

Valuable derivatives traded between EU and UK banks will have no legal basis after Britain leaves the bloc – unless a deal can be reached.

Oct 01 10:51

Dolphins falter offensively in shutout loss to Saints in London

(*NO! , I'm not trying to sneak a sports article onto WRH . I'm just wondering how it works when The NFL plays in London . Do they play The National Anthem ?
this is how The Duck quacked back when I searched

Oct 01 09:21

Theresa May in battle for survival as Tories sharpen knives

Communities secretary refuses to give backing to prime minister as Tories freeze tuition fees in bid to grab youth vote