Nov 23 13:38

Royal Navy Has ‘Woefully Low’ Total Of Ships, MoD Made ‘Extraordinary Mistakes’ – MPs

The Royal Navy has a “woefully low” number of ships available for overseas deployments, while cutting-edge vessels intended to replace the aging fleet are prone to engine and design failures, the parliamentary Defence Committee has warned.

The latest Defence Committee report, ‘Restoring the Fleet: Naval Procurement and the National Shipbuilding Strategy’, said the 19 destroyers and frigates currently operated by the Royal Navy fleet “is way below the critical mass required for the many tasks which could confront it.”

Nov 23 13:24

Rally in support to Russian military operation in Syria held outside embassy in London

The rally participants, who unfolded a huge banner in the colors of Russian flag, say that the British public should know that the Russian military do not pose any threat to anyone. "It upsets me to think that Russians don’t know that many English agreed with the Russian actions in fight against terrorist threat in Syria. So, my main aim was to show the Russian audience that many of us carry out the support of Russian actions," the participant Alan Bailey said. Also, Russia’s Ambassador to the UK Aleksander Yakovenko said speaking at the rally, "You know, there are accusations that we are bombing wrong targets. It is not true because several times I raised this question in the Foreign Office and I tell them that we need facts. If the right facts will be presented to us, we are to investigate. I would like to say that I still didn’t receive the answer to some requests. We hope that we will be successful in fighting against terrorism. It is very important that you are supporting us".

Nov 23 12:55

Nigel Farage Savages Downing Street In Blog For Alt-Right Site Breitbart

UKIP’s Nigel Farage has again accused Downing Street of putting its dislike for him ahead of the national interest after the government dismissed a call from President-elect Donald Trump to make Farage the UK’s ambassador to the US.

Nov 23 12:40

UK To Soften Trump Over Iran Deal: Johnson

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says he will try to soften US President-elect Donald Trump’s opposition to the nuclear deal reached between Iran and P5+1 in July 2015.

Boris also said that the British government is committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) struck between Iran and the US, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany.

Nov 23 12:21

The Liberation of the Slaves

Donald Trump can find better Jewish allies than Zionists or liberal NWO Jews.

Donald Trump’s electoral victory unleashed pent-up tectonic energies on an unprecedented scale.

The world has been changed, much more than could be expected from any election of a US president. Just a short time has passed since election day, but it appears that the New World Order has received a shattering blow. There is a great feeling of freedom in the air, as if the vote broke the chains of a generation, and we suddenly found ourselves free.

Nov 23 09:20

The 1% plotting to halt Brexit & bring back Tony Blair, leaked memo suggests

Blairite millionaires, politicians and media tycoons are reportedly plotting to stop Brexit in its tracks, a leaked memo suggests. Virgin Group chief Sir Richard Branson is apparently bankrolling the scheme.

Nov 23 08:26

Not Again! US Navy ‘Stealth’ Destroyer Towed Into Port After Another Break Down

Built at a cost of more than $4 billion, the high-tech USS Zumwalt only made it to the Panama Canal while on its first journey to its homeport in San Diego. A malfunction left the warship in need of tugboats so that it could reach the closest port, where it remains under maintenance.

Nov 23 07:41

UKIP Now Investigated By Britain’s Electoral Commission Over Funding Misuse Allegations

Nigel Farage’s UKIP is under investigation by the Electoral Commission after allegations surrounding breaches of party funding rules surfaced last week.

The European Parliament Bureau has already ruled that the Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe (ADDE), to which UKIP is affiliated, will have to pay back a total of 172,000 euros (£146,696, $182,267) after claiming the group misused EU funding.

Nov 22 21:23

British food exports outside the European Union BOOM following Brexit vote

BRITISH food exports to countries outside the European Union (EU) surged by almost 20 per cent in the three months to September, highlighting the growing importance of the UK trade outside the bloc.

The quarterly surge in trade is more than double the 9.6 per cent increase in food and drink exports to markets within the EU, showed the figures from the Food and Drink Federation.

Booming global demand for British chocolate, salmon, cheese and wheat shows how the economy can benefit after it is freed from the shackles of Brussels.

Nov 22 21:16

Fury as SECRET new campaign group 'backed by Richard Branson' plots to derail Brexit

ANTI-EU campaigners today blasted the formation of "an unholy alliance" reportedly backed by Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson in a bid to scupper Brexit.

Former leading New Labour Blairites are spearheading a new organisation which could push for a second referendum on European Union membership once a final Brexit deal is done.

Nov 22 16:59

The 1% Plotting To Halt Brexit & Bring Back Tony Blair, Leaked Memo Suggests

Blairite millionaires, politicians and media tycoons are reportedly plotting to stop Brexit in its tracks, a leaked memo suggests. Virgin Group chief Sir Richard Branson is apparently bankrolling the scheme.

A memo leaked to the Independent suggests the plot has been underway for months, with financial backing secured and a potential CEO for the group identified.

Nov 22 15:38

Tony Blair’s Return To Politics Would Re-Energize Brexit Movement, Say Euroskeptics

Iraq War-era Prime Minister Tony Blair has denied planning a shock return to frontline politics to actively oppose Brexit after branding Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a “nutter” and current Tory PM Theresa May a “lightweight.”

Brexit campaigners were elated by news of Blair’s rumored return because they predict the move would only to re-energize the pro-Brexit movement.

Nov 22 14:00

Legalize Cannabis To End Britain’s ‘Embarrassing’ Drugs Policy, Say MPs

Cannabis should be legalized to bring British drugs policy out of the “dark ages” and put it in line with other Western countries, a cross-party group of MPs has said.

Nick Clegg, former deputy prime minister, and Norman Lamb, former health minister, have joined Labour and Tory figures to back a new report which says legislation allowing for legal cannabis use could earn the Treasury £1 billion (US$1.23 billion) a year in tax revenue.

Nov 22 13:31

Fall and Rise of the Forgotten ‘Deplorables’

We’re in for a few surprises, for better or worse...

As might be anticipated, in the wake of Trump’s historic victory — a win that for all sorts of reasons has shaken the Beltway establishment and beyond to its core, and one that political junkies will be fixating on for years — there’s been much handwringing about how so many folks got the outcome so wrong. All of this has been accompanied by the obligatory hyperventilating and existential angst about what Trump’s election portends for the future.

Nov 22 12:20

Trump Says UKIP Leader Farage Would Do ‘Great Job’ As British Ambassador To US

Donald Trump has announced that Nigel Farage – often described as the president-elect’s British kindred spirit – would do a “great job” as the UK’s ambassador to the US, saying that “many people” would like to see him in the post.

“Many people would like to see @Nigel_Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!” Trump tweeted Monday evening.

Nov 22 11:28

Queen’s Elite Guards Regiments Are Badly Short Of Soldiers – MoD Figures

Manpower in some of Britain’s elite Guards regiments, which protect Buckingham Palace, has fallen so dramatically that only a few hundred junior infantrymen can be mustered by some battalions, figures indicate.

The five famous infantry regiments – composed of the Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, Irish and Welsh Guards – are best known for their iconic redcoats and bearskin hats. However, a crisis of manpower could see them disbanded.

Nov 22 10:57

Amnesty: UK 'utterly disingenuous' about human rights in Bahrain

British ministers have acted like overexcited cheerleaders for Bahrain’s woefully inadequate human rights reforms, Amnesty International has said, ahead of an expected visit next month by Theresa May on the sidelines of the annual Gulf Cooperation Council summit.

Ministers ought to be confronting the awkward reality that the institutions set up in Bahrain with UK support “are seriously flawed and widely seen as a PR exercises”, Amnesty said.

The bodies, the ombudsman of the ministry of interior and the special investigations unit within the public prosecution, were established in 2012 following a fierce crackdown by the Bahraini government on protests the previous year.

The then foreign secretary Philip Hammond said Bahrain had been making significant reform, telling the House of Commons it was “a country which is travelling in the right direction”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Hey, the British government has been historically willing to "look the other way" on torture, when there's money to be made, right, House of Commons and House of Lords?!?

As reported at in September of 2015, regarding the British Arms Fair:

Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Israel, Bahrain and the UAE will be among the countries participating in London's 2015 Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition next week. RT takes a look at this year’s potential biggest buyers, whose record has often stirred controversy. Customers at this year’s arms fair may not always see eye-to-eye on geopolitics, but one thing they do hold in common is a desire to keep their armories well stocked. Countries such as Bahrain and Israel need guns to put down the meddlesome elements within their borders, while nations like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates need arms to fight Houthi rebels in Yemen. Over the course of next week, military buyers from around the world will rub shoulders at the world’s biggest arms fair in London’s EXCEL exhibition center to shop around for the deadliest deals. This year’s DSEI will welcome some of the world’s most repressive regimes. Among the guests are Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Israel and the United Arab Emirates, all of which have been condemned for human rights abuses and violating international law.

And if the British and American governments were happy with what your weapons makers sold to these regimes, let me acquaint you with precisely what Saudi Arabia has been doing with these weapons against the people of Yemen: I am sure you are going to be just as happy with the following images:

Images of children killed by Saudi bombings in Yemen

Oh, and of course, there's that Saudi Naval blockade of Yemen, causing the slow, painful deaths of Yemeni children: if you liked the preceding image, you're gonna LOVE this one:

Images of dead and starving Yemeni children, 2016

Oh, and here's an image relating to current "human rights" in Bahrain:

Torture the norm in Bahrain to elicit confessions

So, to the UK and US government: these arms sales to despotic countries which attack schools, hospitals, open air markets, and kill kids, and torture political prisoners has made both governments complicit in war crimes.

I used to be very proud to be an American; but these days, being a citizen of a country addicted to pre-emptive wars; which tortures prisoners of war to obtain false confessions; which abets and enables countries which maim, murder, and torture civilians...this is not who I am, and not what I signed up for, as a citizen of the United States of America.

I think many of our readers will resonate with this thought.

What I have reported, in terms of the British government's glossing over Bahrain's atrocious human rights records, and the US/UK sales of weapons to Saudi Arabia, is no "conspiracy theory"; it is hard evidence and fact, documented by the images and information I have chosen to share with our readers today.

And to my American brothers and sisters, and my English cousins, let me say this; we have to work together, in the most peaceful ways possible, to end this enabling of despots around the world by our respective governments.

Nov 22 10:29

Britain ‘Cheerleader’ For Bahrain’s ‘Woefully Inadequate’ Human Rights Reforms – Amnesty

Amnesty International has condemned the British government for attempting to whitewash human rights abuses in Bahrain by “cheerleading” the country’s “woefully inadequate reforms.”

Two UK-supported Bahraini institutions created in the wake of the Gulf kingdom’s brutal crackdown on protests in 2012 are widely seen as flawed and as a “PR exercise.”

Nov 22 10:01

Britain ‘Cheerleader’ For Bahrain’s ‘Woefully Inadequate’ Human Rights Reforms – Amnesty

Amnesty International has condemned the British government for attempting to whitewash human rights abuses in Bahrain by “cheerleading” the country’s “woefully inadequate reforms.”

Two UK-supported Bahraini institutions created in the wake of the Gulf kingdom’s brutal crackdown on protests in 2012 are widely seen as flawed and as a “PR exercise.”

Nov 22 09:37

The greedy 1% strikes again! They own almost 1/4 of all UK wealth

The gap between the privileged elite and the poverty-stricken has never been wider.

A report by The Independent newspaper has revealed that 2.2 million millionaires now own almost one quarter of all wealth in the UK.

Nov 22 08:34

Turkish Students In Britain Have Scholarships Revoked In Post-Coup Crackdown

Turkish university students in Britain accused of backing a coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are being stripped of their scholarships and have had their allowances stopped.

The Turkish government has accused 30 students studying in the UK of having links to the Gulen group, headed by the cleric Fethullah Gulen, who it claims was behind the attempted coup of July 15.

Nov 21 17:53

#NotMyPrince: ‘Anti-Colonial’ Twitter Campaign Rejects Prince Harry’s Caribbean Tour

Prince Harry is facing anti-monarchy protesters during his trip to the Caribbean, where the hashtag #NotMyPrince is trending.

Harry, who is fifth in line to the throne, began his two-week tour of the Caribbean when he arrived in Antigua and Barbuda on Sunday.

Nov 21 17:25

UK Navy Losing Ability To Deal With Potential Threats: MPs

The Royal Navy has a “woefully low” number of warships, a group of British lawmakers say, warning that the force would soon lose its ability to deal with future threats.

Nov 21 12:13

Dear President Trump: Just Say No to the Neocons

President-elect Donald Trump in his April 27 foreign policy speech, in which he said:

“My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations. That’s why I also look and have to look for talented experts with approaches and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect résumés but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war. We have to look to new people.

“We have to look to new people because many of the old people frankly don’t know what they’re doing, even though they may look awfully good writing in The New York Times or being watched on television.”

Nov 21 12:10

The Upcoming War On The Alternative Media By The Deep State Mainstream Media

This declaration of war was typified by Google and FaceBook

The Mainstream Media (“MSM”), fully owned and co-opted by the Deep State Plutocrat/ Oligarch Elite, are extremely unhappy that Donald Trump won the 2016 Election.

They did not bank on this, and were completely and totally confident that their trillions of dollars of money issued by the Federal Reserve and international central banks, control of the National Security State as represented by the Military Industrial Complex, and bought and paid for representatives in the United States Legislature (Congress and Senate), Executive Branch, and Judiciary would have ensured their victory.

So what turned this election around, to upset the proverbial apple cart and deliver the Presidency to Donald J. Trump?

Nov 21 11:58

Trump Prepares to Take Over the Fed

Now their little party is coming to an end.

In Donald Trump’s first four years as president, he will not only choose three judges for the Supreme Court, he’ll also pick five of the seven members on the Fed Board of Governors. It would be impossible to overstate the effect this is going to have on the nation’s economic future. With both houses of Congress firmly in the GOP’s grip, we could see the most powerful central bank in the world transformed into a purely political institution that follows the diktats of one man.

Nov 21 10:25

UK Economy Faces Uncertainty, Limited By Debt: Hammond

UK finance minister Philip Hammond has warned that high debt has tied the government’s hands, in a time when the country needs a “watertight” economy to cope with years of “uncertainty” that lie ahead.

Nov 21 09:55

UK’s Iraq War Probe Designed To ‘Avoid Blame,’ Whitehall Memos Reveal – Report

The injury into UK’s involvement in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was designed by the government to avoid allocating blame to individuals and departments, memos obtained under the Freedom of Information Act have reportedly revealed.

The papers were made public thanks to Chris Lamb, an FOI campaigner from Bristol, who had won a two-year court battle for the right to access classified memos by government officials relating to the creation of the Chilcot Inquiry. The memos were penned in the four-week period in May and June 2009, the Observer reported.

Nov 21 08:20

MoD's USLESS supersonic jets will allow Russia to dominate Britain's skies, experts warn

BRITAIN'S enemies would dominate the skies in any future war because the latest batch of supersonic fighter jets ordered by the British Government could be useless, a host of military heroes, experts and politicians have warned.

The F-35 fighter jet, dubbed the most expensive weapon ever made, is already outgunned by Vladimir Putin's airborne arsenal despite still not being ready for use in the RAF and Royal Navy.

Nov 20 10:13

Britannia Rules The Waves? Royal Navy Ships May Lose Their Main Missiles

Britain’s Royal Navy ships may be left defenseless because no replacement has been made available for the current Harpoon anti-ship missile system.

According to the defense website IHS Jane’s, a lack of funds could see the ships left vulnerable to attack by other military vessels.

Nov 20 09:14

‘Chaotic & Dysfunctional’ Brexit Plan Impossible To Deliver – Think Tank

Brexit could pose an “existential threat” to the British government because there is simply not enough time to complete the process before the deadline set by Prime Minister Theresa May, experts suggest.

According to an Institute for Government report, Brexit negotiations have come across as “chaotic and dysfunctional.”

Nov 19 18:14

Thousands sign petition for royal family to pay for Buckingham Palace repairs themselves

Almost 15,000 people have signed a petition calling for the royal family to pay for the £369 million repairs to Buckingham Palace.
Yesterday it was announced that the royal residence is to undergo a major 10-year refurbishment.

Nov 19 15:06

British Parliament Approves Draconian Surveillance Measure

The British parliament has approved a controversial bill which provides new bulk surveillance powers to police and intelligence services that critics have condemned as the most intrusive of any Western country.

Nov 19 14:03

Give UKIP Chief Farage Peerage To Boost UK-Trump Relations, Says Influential Tory MP

Euroskeptic politician Nigel Farage, who also appears to be Donald Trump’s British advisor, should be given a peerage and awarded the role of middleman between the UK and the new US administration, a Tory MP has opined.

The chairman of the Conservative Private Members’ Committee, Graham Brady, argued it was hard to explain why Farage’s UK Independence Party (UKIP) had no representation in the House of Lords, despite raking in four million votes in last year’s general election.

Nov 19 14:00

Tony Blair Dismisses Claims He Wants Job As Trump Adviser

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s aides have dismissed claims he is angling for a job with US President-elect Donald Trump, calling the prospect “complete nonsense.”

Blair was spotted dining with Jared Kushner, the incoming president’s son-in-law and trusted confidant, in New York this week.

Nov 19 11:02

‘Freedom Of Speech No Excuse’: Students Ban Daily Mail, Sun & Express From London University Campus

The students’ union at London’s City University has voted for a motion stating that “there is no place for the Sun, Daily Mail or Express” on its “campuses or properties.” It says the outlets in their current form fuel “fascism, racial tension and hatred.”

The motion was adopted by a majority vote at Thursday’s annual student union meeting.

“That freedom of speech should not be used as an excuse to attack the weakest and poorest members of society,” read the motion, titled “Opposing Fa[s]cism & Social Divisiveness in the UK Media.”

Nov 19 08:42

Supreme Court's most senior judge is urged to stand down from crucial Brexit case over his wife's pro-Remain tweets declaring EU referendum was 'mad and bad' 

The Supreme Court’s most senior judge was urged to stand down from a hearing on Britain’s EU exit yesterday as it emerged his wife had posted anti-Brexit messages online.

Pro-Brexit MPs accused Lord Neuberger, president of England’s highest court, of being ‘compromised’ by his wife’s tweets.

Lady Neuberger had denounced the EU referendum as ‘mad and bad’ – and dismissed Ukip and Brexit as just a protest vote.

Nov 18 18:11

UK May Have ‘Fundamental Divergence Of Outlook’ With Trump’s US – Security Expert

Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election means the UK must seriously rethink its technological relationship with the world’s preeminent military power and consider whether its interests remain in step, a top defense scholar has warned.

Nov 18 15:36

‘Sorry Tale Of Feudalism’: Death Of Aristocrat Could Leave Staff Homeless & Unemployed

Workers on the historical Port Eliot Estate in Cornwall are facing the sack and the prospect of losing their homes after the death of the 10th Earl of St Germans, Peregrine Eliot, in July.

Estate agent Savills Rural was brought on board to manage the 6,000 acre estate and quickly gave notice to six members of staff, including one employee of 36 years.

Nov 18 15:08

Streets Fit For Heroes? RT Meets The Charities Helping Britain’s Homeless Veterans (VIDEO)

RT takes a closer look at the soup kitchens supporting homeless military veterans forced to sleep rough on the streets of Britain.

Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Solomon Smith told RT’s Richard Sudan he doesn’t understand how men and women who served in the armed forces can be left to sleep on the street.

Nov 18 13:21

‘I’m Coming Back In 200 Years’: 14yo Girl Wins Right To Be Cryogenically Frozen

A British teenager who died of cancer has been cryogenically frozen after winning a landmark court case shortly before her death.

Nov 18 12:39

‘Don’t Report Rape In Dubai,’ Tourists Warned After ‘Gang Raped’ Brit Arrested

A UK charity is warning British tourists and expats in Dubai not to report rape to police after a woman was arrested and charged with “extramarital sex” after telling authorities she had been gang raped.

Detained in Dubai, an organization that assists people who have become victims of injustice in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), says rape should not be reported in the country because of “racist” preconceptions held against Western tourists and “manipulation when it comes to criminal accusations.”

Nov 18 11:34

Dear President Trump: Just Say No to the Neocons

Tell Eliot Cohen to get lost.

For the central canon of the neocon creed has been and always will be a militant internationalism.

The kudzu vine is one of the most invasive plants in existence: you cut it back, but that just emboldens it! You dig it up, but it keeps returning, stronger than ever. It is, in short, the horticultural equivalent of the neoconservatives, who have survived in spite of leading us over a cliff in Iraq, being roundly repudiated by the voters in the last three presidential elections.

Nov 18 08:14

Brothers In Arms: British & French Militaries To Share Missile Technology

A new joint French and British missile development scheme will revolutionize the way the countries operate together, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has said.

Fallon made the announcement at the Franco-British Council meeting in Paris on Thursday.

Nov 17 17:58

Theresa May Shelves Plans To Strip House Of Lords Of Veto Powers… For Now

The government has abandoned plans put forward by David Cameron to strip the House of Lords of the power to veto legislation, but has warned peers that it may reconsider its decision.

Nov 17 17:52

Royal Navy to lose missiles and be left only with guns

Royal Navy warships will be left without anti-ship missiles and be forced to rely on naval guns because of cost-cutting, the Ministry of Defence has admitted.

The Navy’s Harpoon missiles will retire from the fleet’s frigates and destroyers in 2018 without a replacement, while there will also be a two year gap without helicopter-launched anti-shipping missiles.

Naval sources said the decision was “like Nelson deciding to get rid of his cannons and go back to muskets” and one senior former officer said warships would "no longer be able to go toe-to-toe with the Chinese or Russians".

Nov 17 17:32

Britain’s Mass Surveillance Bill Rubber-Stamped By House Of Lords

A sweeping new surveillance regime is set to become UK law before the end of the year after the Investigatory Powers Bill passed through the House of Lords on Wednesday.

The legislation, dubbed the ‘snooper’s charter,’ creates a legal framework authorizing the government to hack into devices, networks and services in bulk.

Nov 17 16:23

London & Portsmouth Britain’s Most Fertile Terrorist Recruiting Grounds – US Military Report

Terrorist recruiters in Europe have been focusing their energies on London and the southern English city of Portsmouth to find new fighters, a study from the US military shows.

According to a study from the Combating Terrorism Centre (CTC), recruiters from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Al-Shabaab, an Al-Qaeda affiliate group, have established strong networks in the two English cities.

Nov 17 16:21


Another lib who has lost it. He just pissed off at least half the country.
You didn't give us our Independence John Cleese. We killed thousands of your Lobsterback Redcoats to get it.

To the citizens of the United States of America, in light of your failure to elect a competent President of the USA and thus to govern yourselves, we hereby give notice of the revocation of your independence, effective today.

Her Sovereign Majesty Queen Elizabeth II resumes monarchical duties over all states, commonwealths and other territories. Except Utah, which she does not fancy.

Nov 17 16:18

#Maltesergate: First Toblerones shrink, now packs of Maltesers are lighter

According to the image, the amount of chocolate in the pack has gone down from 126g to 112g.

A major supermarket chain confirmed the packet reduction was correct and said the size was shrunk in May this year, before the EU referendum.

The company which owns Toblerone recently came under fire after their new design, which means consumers get less chocolate per pack.

Mondelez International has increased the gap between the peaks as a UK-only cost-saving measure to reduce the weight of its bars.

Nov 17 16:13

Three Mobile cyber hack: six million customers' private information at risk after employee login used to access database

Tne of Britain's biggest mobile phone companies has admitted to a major cyber-security breach which could put the personal data of millions of customers at risk.

Three Mobile admitted that hackers have successfully accessed its customer upgrade database after using an employee login.

Sources familiar with the incident told the Telegraph that the private information of two thirds of the company's nine million customers could be at risk.

Nov 17 13:31

Deloitte Warns Business Could Leave UK If Theresa May Clamps Down On Immigration After Brexit

Leading consultancy firm Deloitte has signaled it may move some its operations out of the UK if Prime Minister Theresa May’s post-Brexit crackdown on immigration is too harsh.

David Sproul, Deloitte’s UK chief executive, said the company may move jobs abroad if it is unable to recruit foreign workers.

Nov 17 12:00

British Aid Cash Secretly Being Sent To World’s Second Biggest Economic Power China

Britain has been secretly sending millions of pounds in aid to China over the past six years, a period in which the UK has done all it can to cultivate a new ‘golden era’ of ties with Beijing.

It’s been revealed that the Department for International Development’s (DFID) official figures on aid spending are actually wrong.

Nov 17 11:52

State Dept Approves Possible $1bn Sale Of Reaper Drones To UK

The US State Department has approved a possible $1 billion sale of Predator B (‘Reaper’) drones, as well as equipment, training, and support to Britain, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) said in a statement Wednesday.

Nov 17 11:45

Is UKIP Head Farage About To Become ‘Lord Nigel’ To Boost Britain’s Relations With Trump?

Prime Minister Theresa May has apparently refused to confirm or deny whether she could give UKIP’s Nigel Farage a peerage, which would allow him to serve in the Cabinet and potentially become a go-between with US President-elect Donald Trump.

Nov 17 10:16

Britain has passed the 'most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy'

The law forces UK internet providers to store browsing histories -- including domains visited -- for one year, in case of police investigations.

Nov 17 09:03

UK Woman Arrested & Charged For ‘Extramarital Sex’ In Dubai After Reporting Gang Rape

A UK tourist has been arrested and charged in Dubai for having “extramarital sex” after she reported being gang raped by two British men.

The 25-year-old woman was on holiday in the United Arab Emirates when the alleged attack took place last month, according to “Detained in Dubai,” a UK-based organization that “assists people who have become victims of injustice” in the UAE.

Nov 17 08:59

MPs' security spending soared after Jo Cox killing

MPs' spending on security soared to nearly £640,000 in the months following the killing of Jo Cox.

Figures released to MailOnline under Freedom of Information laws showed that £637,791.63 was spent through the security assistance budget of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) since June 16.

The figure was up to date as of October 26.

Nov 17 00:53

Can Trump find enough fresh thinkers to do the job?

Trump’s Slim Chance for Greatness. Donald Trump must decide – and decide quickly – whether he wants to be a great U.S. President or a robo-signature machine affixing his name to whatever legislation comes from congressional Republicans and a nodding figurehead acquiescing to more neoconservative foreign policy adventures.

Or, to put it in a vernacular that Trump might use, does he want to be “Paul Ryan’s bitch” on domestic policies? And does he want to surrender his foreign policy to the “wise guys” of Washington’s neocon establishment.

Nov 17 00:50

The Donald Trump Cabinet: He Is Not A Masochist

He may temporarily forgive, but he does not forget. This rule of thumb has served him well in transforming his father’s multimillion dollar but fledgling real estate company into the multi-billion dollar international real estate powerhouse that it currently is.

So what gives in regards to the names of his Cabinet that are being floated around?

Mind you, some of the list below was gleaned from the New York Times, so a huge grain of salt should be taken before one delves into this analysis.

Nov 16 17:34

More Eastern Europeans Working In UK Since Brexit Vote

Almost 50,000 Eastern European immigrants found work in the UK in the three months following the Brexit referendum, according to newly released figures.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed the total number of non-UK nationals working in Britain increased by nearly a quarter of a million, to 3.4 million, during the same period.

Nov 16 15:28

Crumbling Military Infrastructure Threatens UK National Security – MPs

British military facilities and housing are in such a state of breakdown it could pose a risk to the country’s security, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).

The issue could mean that Britain’s two new aircraft carriers, which are currently under construction, could be unable to dock properly at the bases they will serve.

Nov 16 11:58

‘Profits Prioritized Over Yemeni Lives:’ UK To Continue Arms Sales To Saudis

The UK government has refused to stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia, rejecting calls by two parliamentary committees and human rights groups to cease its multibillion-dollar military exports, which critics claim are fueling the war in Yemen.

Nov 16 10:43

British Hacker Lauri Love Will Be Extradited To Face US Charges, Home Secretary Confirms

British citizen Lauri Love will be sent to the US for prosecution over hacking allegations after Tory Home Secretary Amber Rudd signed an extradition order, despite concerns over his mental and physical health.

The Home Office said the order was signed on Monday after Rudd “carefully considered all relevant matters.” Love has 14 days to appeal against the decision.

Nov 16 10:18


Doctors have an “ethical responsibility” to back the legalization of drugs, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has advised for the first time.
An editorial in the BMJ, the UK’s most widely-read medical journal, argues that laws against drug use have harmed people across the world, while stressing that drug addiction should be viewed as a health problem and police involvement must end.

The BMJ says the “war on drugs” has failed and “too often plays out as a war on the millions of people who use drugs.”

The call for reform reflects a shift in medical opinion. In June, Britain’s two leading health bodies, the Royal Society for Public Health and the Faculty of Public Health, called for the personal use of drugs to be decriminalized.

The group said criminalizing users deters them from seeking medical help and leads to long-term harm, such as exposure to hard drugs in prison, the breakup of families, and loss of employment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Finally, some potential sanity regarding the issue of drugs in the UK!!

Nov 16 09:18

Legalize All Narcotics Now: War On Drugs Is War On People, Says BMJ

Doctors have an “ethical responsibility” to back the legalization of drugs, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has advised for the first time.

An editorial in the BMJ, the UK’s most widely-read medical journal, argues that laws against drug use have harmed people across the world, while stressing that drug addiction should be viewed as a health problem and police involvement must end.

Nov 15 17:55

Leaked Memo Reveals London’s Lack Of Plans For Brexit

The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May is overwhelmed by the amount of work that is needed to withdraw the UK from the European Union (EU), a leaked document has revealed, showing that London has no plan for Brexit.

Nov 15 16:32

Trump Camp ‘Will Call Nigel Farage Before Theresa May’ To Discuss Policy, Says UKIP Donor

US President-elect Donald Trump will consult interim UKIP leader Nigel Farage on policy proposals affecting Britain before consulting Prime Minister Theresa May, it has been claimed.

Stephen Bannon, Trump’s newly appointed chief strategist, will “run ideas” past the UKIP leader before speaking to May, according to prominent UKIP donor Arron Banks.

Nov 15 16:07

‘Alarming’ Number Of Children Missing From UK Care Homes

The number of children missing from UK care homes is “alarmingly” high, two charities say, raising concerns about the effectiveness of the country’s child protection system.

Of the nearly 760 trafficked or unaccompanied children who disappeared from care homes across the UK last year, over 200 have not been found, according to a study by ECPAT UK and Missing People charities published on Tuesday.

Nov 15 16:02

Trump Win Forces Theresa May Rethink On Immigration & Globalization

Trump’s surprise victory in the US presidential election has put pressure on politicians the world over to respond to voters’ demands for change by curbing the tides of globalization and immigration, the British prime minister will say.

In a speech at Mansion House in London on Monday night, Theresa May will pledge to turn the government’s attention to the concerns of the marginalized working class who feel they’ve been left behind.

Nov 15 15:28

Theresa May Wrong To Dismiss Trump-Farage Friendship, Say Rebellious Tories

British Prime Minister Theresa May has reportedly sparked Tory infighting over her refusal to deal with UKIP’s Nigel Farage as he offers himself as a deal broker between Downing Street and Donald Trump.

Farage, who traveled to New York after the US presidential election last week, is the only high-profile British politician to meet with Trump. Writing in the Telegraph, Farage says he was greeted like a “long-lost friend” by Trump, who he supported on the campaign trail in America.

Nov 15 13:37

Is Britain Willing To Send Poorly Trained Reservists To The Frontline Just To Hide Shortages?

The British government has been accused of cutting training time in half for new army reservists in order to hit brazen recruitment targets after it slashed the number of full time soldiers.

MPs were told last week that reservists would now be ready for deployment after completing just one of the two phases of training.

Nov 15 13:04

Man Who Shot & Stabbed MP Jo Cox Yelled ‘Britain First,’ Murder Trial Hears

The man accused of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox in a terrorism-related attack a week before the EU referendum attended the first day of trial at the Old Bailey in London on Monday.

Thomas Mair, 53, is accused of shooting and stabbing the MP for Batley and Spen in Birstall, where she was due to hold constituency meetings.

Nov 15 11:12

'Sniping' Sturgeon blasted by OWN party over petulant response to Donald Trump's election

The beleaguered SNP leader was savaged today by a former Nationalist MSP who has accused her of "sniping from the sidelines" with her diplomatic gaffe after she intervened in the US election.

And she is also facing a major embarrassment after it was revealed one of her "rising stars," Westminster MP Mhairi Black declared she "held her nose" when she voted to remain during the EU referendum.

Last year Ms Sturgeon called for Donald Trump to be banned from the UK, even asking the then Home Secretary Theresa May to step in to do her bidding.

Nov 15 11:02

'Drain the Swamp': Trump's Anti-Establishment Threat Rings Alarms in London

US President-elect Donald Trump's threat to stamp out favoritism and political social advancement has hit home in London, where many are heeding his calls to for "the entire corrupt Washington establishment to hear the words we are all about to say: when we win ... we are going to drain the swamp."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"But, but, but ... corruption is all we know how to do!!!!" -- Number 9 3/4

Nov 15 10:45

London Mayor Sadiq Khan Takes Swipe At Donald Trump, Vows To ‘Build Bridges, Not Walls’

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is continuing his war of words with US President-elect Donald Trump by urging city leaders across the world to “build bridges instead of walls.”

Khan told a conference on social integration in London that uniting communities could boost economic growth, warning that a lack of social cohesion was costing the UK economy £6 billion ($7.47 billion).

Nov 15 09:40

Corbyn backs reduction of Nato presence along Russia's borders

Labour leader criticises Putin but favours demilitarisation of European borders with Russia to prevent new cold war

Nov 14 17:04

UK Rejects MPs’ Calls To Stop Arms Sales To Saudis

The UK government has rejected calls by lawmakers to temporarily stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia over the Kingdom’s war crimes in Yemen.

Nov 14 16:15

Ex-PM Cameron ‘Paid £120,000’ For 1hr Speech On Brexit

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron may have suffered a humiliating loss when Britain voted to leave the EU, but it appears he is now cashing in on political failure.

According to the Daily Mail, Cameron was paid £120,000 ($149,000) for a one-hour talk on the implications of the historic Brexit vote for an audience of Wall Street financiers last week.

Nov 14 15:47

UK Building Contacts With US President-Elect: PM’s Spokeswoman

The United Kingdom has established ways of contacting US President-elect Donald Trump and is building ties with the billionaire businessman, according to the office of Prime Minister Theresa May.

Nov 14 15:33

Trump Right On Russia, Britain Must Listen – Ex-UK Ambassador To Moscow

Britain should take advice from US President-elect Donald Trump by “listening to the Russians instead of lecturing them” to avoid a new Cold War, says former UK Ambassador to Moscow Sir Tony Brenton.

“Trump is right too that our present approach has failed (sanctions have boosted Russian determination), and if we are to avoid slipping into a dangerous new Cold War, we need to listen to the Russians instead of lecturing them,” Brenton wrote in the Telegraph.

Nov 14 15:20

Brits Could Pay To Enter Europe Under New Counter-Terrorism Plan

British tourists may soon be forced to pay £10 (US$12.52) to travel to mainland Europe as part of a European Commission effort to boost security.

The European Commission is discussing bringing in a system of electronic travel authorization, similar to the US ESTA, for Britons traveling to Europe. Under the new plans, vacationing Brits would not have to get a full-fledged visa, but would need to pay to register their travel online before entering any of the 26 countries in the passport-free Schengen zone.

Nov 14 14:22

UK, EU Can Do Business With Trump: British Foreign Secretary

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said the United Kingdom and the European Union can do business with US President-elect Donald Trump, after refusing to attend an EU special meeting on Trump.

Nov 14 12:44

Assange To Be Questioned By Prosecutors In London

Live coverage from outside the Ecuadoran Embassy in London as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is interviewed by Ecuadorean prosecutors.

Nov 14 12:02

NHS send-to-all email causes turmoil

An email that was accidentally sent to all the NHS's staff in England has caused havoc.

One of the health system's employees fired off the message on Monday morning without realising they had copied in 840,000 of their co-workers.

The action quickly clogged up the system and was exacerbated by users hitting "reply all" to complain.

Nov 14 10:16

BEX ALERT - Britain to deploy batteries of high precision long range missiles on Russian’s border for the first time since the Cold War 

Britain is to deploy batteries of high precision long range missiles on Russian’s border for the first time since the Cold War.

The long range rockets will be moved to Estonia next year amid fears Russian President Vladimir Putin could be planning to invade the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a crock! Look back over the last 15 years and see who is invading whom! It isn't Russia! And don;t give me that crap about Russia "annexing" Crimea. Crimea VOTED to merge with Russia because they are fed up with western-style economic domination.

The war hawks are trying to get war with Russia start before Trump can take office!

Nov 14 10:14

Trump-Putin alliance sparks diplomatic crisis as British ministers demand assurances from US over Russia

Britain is facing a diplomatic crisis with the US over Donald Trump’s plans to forge an alliance with Vladimir Putin and bolster the Syrian regime.

In a significant foreign policy split, officials admitted that Britain will have some “very difficult” conversations with the President-elect in coming months over his approach to Russia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Look, you brought us to the edge of a nuclear war with Russia, and now you're just going to quit?!?" -- Number 9 3/4

Nov 14 08:00

From Senegal To Brazil: British Man Attempts Record Breaking Swim Across Atlantic Ocean

A 38-year-old former military policeman has set off on an epic journey across the Atlantic Ocean, to swim a total of 2,000 miles in up to four months. If he completes the journey, he will be the first ever person to swim across the vast ocean.

Nov 13 16:12

Boris Johnson Snubs Emergency EU Meeting On Trump Victory

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson refuses to attend the European Union special meeting called to discuss the victory of US President-elect Donald Trump.

“The Foreign Secretary will not attend the meeting convened for Sunday,” said a foreign office spokesman on Saturday.

Nov 13 15:13

Trump should resist neocon & shadow gov’t influence to justify people’s hopes – Ron Paul

Trump’s ability to honor his campaign rhetoric will depend on the role of the so-called “shadow government.”

“Unfortunately, there has been several neoconservatives that are getting closer to Trump. And if he gets his advice from them then I do not think that is a good sign,” Paul told the host of RT’s Crosstalk show Peter Lavelle.

Nov 13 11:29

Suicide, Self-Harm, Stabbings At All-Time High In UK Jails: Report

Violent crime has reached an all-time high in prisons across the United Kingdom, according to a new report.

Chronic staff shortages have made it difficult to maintain order in incarceration centers, prompting authorities of a dozen of prisons to draft in officers from other detention facilities.

Nov 13 10:30

‘Relaxed & Full Of Good Ideas’: Farage First UK Politician To Meet US President-Elect Trump

British UKIP leader Niger Farage fully endorsed the choice of Americans in electing Donald Trump. He was the first UK politician to meet with the president-elect on Saturday, saying Trump was “full of good ideas” and will be a “good president.”

Nov 13 09:35

Smashing Minority Rights – Peter Lilley MP Hates Travellers – Wants To Count Our Elections

A TORY MP is a director of a company that has become a major player in how elections are managed in Scotland, it has emerged.

Nov 13 09:00

UK Govt To Utilize Trump’s ‘Instincts,’ Openness To ‘Outside Influence’ – Leaked Memo

A leaked telegram by the British ambassador, sent to Whitehall just hours after Donald Trump’s victory, suggested that his openness to “outside influence” be utilized for the sake of UK interests, and his “extreme ideas” be tamed.

In a memo cited by the Sunday Times, British ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch said UK diplomats have already laid the groundwork to guide the President-elect’s foreign policy in a way more favorable for London.

Nov 13 05:45

Curious Case Of Iamaphoney

Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday Podcast. Tonight we look at The Curious Case Of Iamaphoney and the 50th Anniversary of the origin of the Paul Is Dead meme of Beatlemania.

Nov 12 15:13

Paris Attacks: Counter-Terrorism Chief Wants Fingerprinting & Iris Scans For All At UK Borders

Every person entering the United Kingdom should be forced to undergo “fool-proof” fingerprinting and iris scans, the country’s newly appointed counter-terrorism chief says, claiming the move will prevent terrorists from entering Britain.

Nov 12 14:05

Nigel Farage ‘Irrelevant’ To UK-Trump Relationship, Says Defensive Downing Street

A clearly annoyed Downing Street has dismissed claims Nigel Farage will be used as a go-between for British ministers and the new Trump administration in the US, branding the interim UKIP leader an “irrelevance.”

The Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday that ministers will seek Farage’s advice because they have no links to the president-elect’s inner circle.

Nov 12 11:07

Will the Deep State undermine Trump’s agenda ?

Can President Trump maintain his independence?

Can President Trump stay clear of neocons in his Cabinet picks?

RT’S Peter Lavelle Interviews Dr. Ron Paul :

With the surprise election of Donald Trump, can we expect an equally surprising foreign policy from him? During the campaign he provided us with a glimpse of his thinking. Will there be a Trump Doctrine?!

Nov 12 11:04

What Donald Trump Needs To Do

There has never been a better-suited and more experienced President when it comes to these issues...

Now that Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States of America, there are a lot of things he needs to do.

He has seen firsthand the unseemly underbelly of the various Deep State actors that have fought tooth and nail to both undermine and character assassinate him, as well as destroy him personally and professionally.

But Donald Trump is made of legendary stuff, and not only endured these constant and underhanded attacks, but also exposed and destroyed them all, one by one.

Nov 11 14:41

Black victims of UK police violence speak to RT

Victims of police violence, their relatives and campaigners say the black community must do more to organize “non-violent direct action” to prevent deaths in custody.

“I think we have to take the fight to them by stepping up the extent to which we are prepared to take direct action,” Black Activists Rising Against Cuts (BARAC) co-chair Lee Jasper told RT’s Richard Sudan.

Nov 11 10:45

Epic rant: How sh1t have you got to be to lose to that (Trump) ??!

Epic rant by a British Trump opponent, Jonathan Pie, about who to blame for the epic loss of the Demo(c)rats on november 8th. Enjoy!
(warning: very harsh language, will cause PTSD in special snowflakes)

Nov 11 10:35

Stateless ‘Ghost’ People Needlessly Locked Up In British Prisons – Legal Experts

Stateless people are being locked up in prison despite the fact there is nowhere to deport them to, a group of lawyers and academics have said.

Sometimes referred to as “legal ghosts,” those who do not have a state citizenship often find themselves in a legal limbo and stripped of the rights granted to others.

Nov 11 07:09

Prince Charles opens new military base in Bahrain despite human rights abuses

Prince Charles has opened the first section of the controversial Mina Salman naval base in the Kingdom of Bahrain despite criticism of the regime’s human rights record.

The base represents the first permanent military presence in the kingdom since 1971, and was built using mostly Bahraini cash. It will be used by Britain’s Royal Navy alongside the US’ own large naval base.

Nov 11 07:07

BEX ALERT - Trump presidency could herald war with Russia, say UK defense chiefs

A war with Russia could be imminent if President-elect Donald Trump follows through with his promises to scale back US involvement in NATO, British defense chiefs have reportedly warned.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump does not want war. Putin does not want war. Even NATO doesn't really want a war; they just want unfettered access to the public treasury for more toys, because without bombs and bullets behind them, those top military people look rather silly in those garish uniforms, rather like a marching band that lost their instruments and doesn't know what to do!

Nov 10 16:17

Radioactive Waste Could Be Left At UK Nuclear Sites To Save Money

New government proposals could see radioactive waste kept at the sites of old nuclear power plants and not disposed of in special dumps because it’s a cheaper option.

Officials claim international radiological standards would still be maintained and that sites would not be left in a dangerous state.

Nov 10 15:01

Farage Offers Trump Lesson In Diplomacy

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has warned US President-elect Donald Trump not to grope Theresa May should they meet in person.

In an interview on Talksport Radio during which the UKIP leader commented on the US election result, he joked: “I’m now going to become a diplomat. Come and schmooze Theresa – don’t touch her, for goodness’ sake.”

Nov 10 13:27

What Does Trump Victory Mean For UK-US ‘Special Relationship’?

As property tycoon Donald Trump is named the next president of the United States following a fraught election campaign, RT asks what his rise to power means for the oft-cited, yet ill-defined, ‘special relationship’ between Britain and the US.

Prime Minister Theresa May says she will speak to Trump at the earliest opportunity.

Nov 10 12:03

British Establishment Eats Its Words After Donald Trump Victory

British politicians stand divided after Donald Trump’s US presidential victory, with several being forced to eat their previous words and offer diplomatic gestures of congratulations.

Some UK lawmakers are being unusually candid about Trump’s election, while others are carefully backtracking on comments made at a time when the idea of a Trump presidency seemed ludicrous.

Nov 10 10:03

Hated Tory ‘Bedroom Tax’ Discriminated Against Disabled Claimants, Court Rules

Tory welfare reforms suffered a blow in the Supreme Court as judges ruled the government acted outside of the law when it imposed its so-called ‘bedroom tax’ on a woman suffering from spina bifida and a couple caring for their disabled grandson.

Nov 10 09:16

BBC’s Nick Garnett Tries To Cover Orgreave Truth & Justice Press Conference For BBC

The Battle of Orgreave – attack by police on miner’s strike in 1984 – Amber Rudd says there will be no inquiry – clip from BBC 5 Live.

Nov 10 06:11

British establishment eats its words after Donald Trump victory

British politicians stand divided after Donald Trump’s US presidential victory, with several being forced to eat their previous words and offer diplomatic gestures of congratulations.
Some UK lawmakers are being unusually candid about Trump’s election, while others are carefully backtracking on comments made at a time when the idea of a Trump presidency seemed ludicrous.

Nov 10 06:06

5 Dead, 50 Injured In South London Tram Derailment

British Transport Police confirmed five people died when a rush-hour tram derailed in Croydon, south London, on Wednesday morning. More than 50 people were injured.

Nov 08 19:33

Britons' Reacttion To US 2016 Presidential Election

A research firm in the United Kingdom and the only one that correctly predicted the Brexit vote, has projected that the next president of the United States will be Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Nov 08 18:22

Tory Austerity ‘Systematically’ Violated Rights Of Disabled Britons – UN

The United Nations has accused Britain’s Conservative government of violating the human rights of disabled people by slashing welfare provisions.

A report by the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities criticized reforms brought in by former Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.

Nov 08 15:38

D-Day Rehearsal Site & Other Historic Military Bases To Be Sold, MoD Confirms

Britain’s military is about to embark on a fire sale of one tenth of the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) land assets in Britain including five golf courses and a number of historically-important bases.

Nov 08 13:17

‘Child Poverty Will Rise’ As Tough New Welfare Cap Comes Into Force

Tens of thousands of families will be hit with a controversial new benefits cap that comes into force on Monday, bringing maximum payments for working age households to £23,000 ($28,500) in London and £20,000 ($24,840) outside the capital.

The move, announced in 2015 by then-chancellor George Osborne, is part of the government’s attempt to cut £12 billion ($14.9bn) from the welfare bill.

Nov 08 11:38

UK Government Violated Rights Of Disabled People: UN

The UK government’s welfare reforms are tantamount to a “systematic violation” of the rights of people with disabilities, according to an inquiry by the United Nations.

Nov 08 10:06

ISIS Hunters: SAS To Track & Kill British Citizens In Iraq

British citizens affiliated to jihadist groups in Iraq will be hunted down as part of a new kill or capture strategy, according to senior defense sources.

A list of UK citizens that features around 200 jihadists currently at large in Iraq has been compiled by the UK’s intelligence agencies, the sources told the Times.

Nov 08 09:59

Video: Hit List: UK Special Forces To Track & Kill British Citizens In Iraq

British citizens affiliated to jihadist groups in Iraq will be hunted down as part of a new kill or capture strategy, according to senior defense sources.

Nov 08 08:31

Democracy Could Get In The Way Of War If High Court Brexit Ruling Stands, Warn Generals

Former senior military officers are afraid the High Court ruling which allows MPs to vote on triggering Brexit could set a precedent that would hinder future wars by undermining the government’s royal prerogative powers.

Nov 08 08:29

UK Government To Appeal Court Ruling Over Brexit This Week

The British government has said it would appeal against a High Court ruling that Prime Minister Theresa May cannot begin the Brexit process without the parliament’s approval.

Nov 08 07:59

Donald Trump’s Final Rally: Grand Rapids, MI 11/7/16

“Do you want America to be ruled by the corrupt political class or do you want America to be ruled again by the people?” Trump asked.

“I want the entire corrupt Washington establishment to hear the words we are about to say. When we win on November 8, we are going to drain the swamp” Trump said.

“Tomorrow the American working class will strike back.” Trump said.

Nov 08 07:14

Prince Andrew Gets Right Royal Telling Off Over Trump & Brexit Comments

Britain’s sixth in line to the throne Prince Andrew has found himself in the middle of yet another etiquette blunder after reportedly claiming a Donald Trump victory in the US presidential election, coupled with Brexit, would “tear things apart.”

Nov 08 06:39

'Britain Will Be Ready for War Against Russia in Two Years' -- UK Defence Boss Michael Fallon

BRITISH defence chiefs have squared up to the "challenge" of Vladimir Putin – promising we will be ready for war against Russia in two years.

Nov 08 06:35

Prince Andrew gets right royal telling off over Trump & Brexit comments

Britain’s sixth in line to the throne Prince Andrew has found himself in the middle of yet another etiquette blunder after reportedly claiming a Donald Trump victory in the US presidential election, coupled with Brexit, would “tear things apart.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Prince Andrew with one of Jeff Epstein's hotties!

Nov 07 17:40

Facebook Backlash As Scottish First Minister Sturgeon Backs Clinton

Nicola Sturgeon’s public endorsement of Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election has caused a backlash on social media, with critics arguing the Scottish first minister should keep quiet on American electoral politics.

Nov 07 16:30

Law To Finally Trigger Brexit Already Being Written By Theresa May’s Ministers

Prime Minister Theresa May has already got her ministers preparing the first draft of a bill to trigger Article 50, which will kick off the two-year process for leaving the EU, following a High Court ruling that Brexit must be put to a parliamentary vote.

Nov 07 15:50

Nigel Farage Plans To Head 100,000-Strong March On Supreme Court To Protest Brexit Ruling

Acting UKIP leader Nigel Farage is planning to lead a 100,000-strong march to the Supreme Court on the day Prime Minister Theresa May’s government appeals a ruling on MPs’ involvement in Brexit negotiations.

Nov 07 15:41

UK Labour Party Clarifies Stance On Brexit After Court Ruling

The UK’s Labour Party is in no way planning to block the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU), says deputy leader Tom Watson, in a likely attempt to clarify earlier remarks by party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Nov 07 15:19

Assange Set To Meet Swedish Prosecutor For Interview In Ecuador’s London Embassy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is set to finally meet with Swedish prosecutors for an interview at the Ecuadorian embassy in London this month in a bid to end his four-year-long “diplomatic deadlock,” reports Reuters.

Nov 07 15:08

Rally in support of Russian diplomats held in front of UK’s embassy in Moscow

About a thousand of Syrian and Russian students and public activists rallied on Monday in front of the British embassy in Moscow to express their support to Russian diplomats. "We, Syrian students studying in Moscow, have come to the British embassy in Moscow for a rally in support of Russia and Russian diplomats," Moussa Ramadan, the president of the Union of Syrian Student in Russia and Countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), told TASS. "We are saying thanks to Russia, thanks to the Russian people, thanks to the Russian leaders who support the Syrian people and the Syrian army in their efforts against terrorism," he said. Participants in the rally were holding posters reading "Hands off Russian diplomats," "Hands off Russia." Some were holding Russian and Syrian flags.

Nov 07 13:34

UK Military Shocked By Russia’s Armata ‘Revolutionary’ Tank

The British military intelligence has issued an internal warning about Russia’s advanced new main battle tank (MBTs), criticizing London’s inability to offer a competing solution, according to a new report.

Nov 07 12:36

Cyber Sabotage? US Govt Hackers Reportedly Penetrate Russian Infrastructure

Russia expects Washington to provide an explanation after a report claimed that Pentagon cyber-offensive specialists have hacked into Russia’s power grids.

Nov 07 11:07

Perjurer, Child Sexual Abuser: Retired North Wales Police Superintendent Gordon Anglesea

In the UK, on 21 October 2016, Gordon Anglesea was found guilty of sexually abusing boys at a North Wales children's home, Bryn Estyn, and at a young offenders institution.

Nov 06 13:33

A Digital 9/11 If Trump Wins

Brace yourselves folks. The Globalists are trembling in their boots.

It is a green light for a coup d’état by the Deep State forces who found that they could not win through the “normal” rigging methods.

There are disturbing signs that a digital 9/11 terror attack is being readied for election day in the US to ensure that Donald Trump does not win.

Such an attack – involving widespread internet and power outage – would have nothing to do with Russia or any other foreign state. It would be furnished by agencies of the US Deep State in a classic “false flag” covert manner. But the resulting chaos and “assault on American democracy” will be conveniently blamed on Russia.

Nov 06 13:04

Over 50 Anonymous Activists Arrested At Million Mask March In London

London police have arrested 53 participants of an annual Million Mask March on Saturday, who took to London streets up to protest inequality and censorship. While minor clashes broke out between some of the activists and police, the rally was largely peaceful.

Nov 06 12:30

UK Misled Minster In Frantic Bid To Sell Arms For Saudi’s War On Yemen

British Defense Ministry (MoD) has been accused of “seriously misleading” a cabinet minister in frantic efforts to win export licenses for sale of UK-built missile to Saudi Arabia for its brutal bombing campaign in neighboring Yemen.

Nov 06 09:21

'Death to the monarchy' Angry scenes as anarchists invade London for Million Mask March

Protesters carrying banners reading 'death to the monarchy' and 'Tory scum' and brandishing lit flares confronted lines of riot police in a series of tense stand-offs in the streets.

Central London was brought to a standstill as the demonstrators, wearing their trademark Guy Fawkes masks to hide their faces, chanted anti-capitalist slogans and called for the overthrow of the Government.