Aug 08 07:12

Juncker's 'insane' right hand man leading anti-British campaign in EU's Brexit talks

JEAN-CLAUDE Juncker’s “insane” right hand man is leading an anti-British campaign to ensure the UK gets as little as possible out of Brexit talks.

Aug 08 06:07

Now Cameron's cronies get £1m golden goodbyes: George Osborne, two other ministers and 21 aides in line for severance payments

Cronies and allies of David Cameron will receive almost £1million in golden goodbyes on top of their honours.

The ex-PM showered Downing Street staff and former ministers with peerages, knighthoods and other awards in his much-criticised resignation list.

Now it has emerged that many of them are also in line for generous severance payments.

Three ministers, including George Osborne, and 21 aides who lost their jobs after Mr Cameron stepped down will be handed more than £900,000, an analysis found.

Aug 07 16:43

Poverty Costs British Taxpayers £78bn A Year – Report

Every British taxpayer spends £1,200 annually on reversing the effects of poverty, new research has shown.

Aug 07 11:51

Saddam’s Mosul Palace-Turned-ISIS Training Camp Bombed By British Jets

Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jets have bombed a major Islamic State training center housed in a palace built by the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in northern Iraq, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) has said.

Aug 07 11:51

UK Authorities Lied: 'Mentally Ill' Somali Behind London Stabbing Studied Jihad

The authorities lied when they claimed the "Norwegian-Somali" London knife killer was "mentally ill" and had "no links" to terrorism.

Aug 07 11:10

UK Charities Seek Return Of £425mn Fund Taken For London Olympics

Charities have demanded that over £400 million diverted from supporting needy communities in the UK to help fund the London 2012 Olympics be returned.

The money has been taken from the Big Lottery Fund, which makes small grants to local charities and the resulting shortfall has raised questions about the Games’ legacy.

Aug 06 17:26

UK Arms Traders Eye Global Weapons-Sales Boost

British arms firms hope a plunge in the value of the pound will make exports less expensive and attract business from Turkey and India, which are seeking to expand their own arms-making capabilities.

Aug 06 15:46

Brexit Block: EU Official Says €25bn Debt Means UK Can’t Leave

Britain will have to pay the European Union a hefty sum if it is to follow through with Brexit, with claims that an estimated €25 billion is owed to the bloc in unpaid bills.
An outstanding total of €200 billion (£170 billion, $221 billion) has been shifted around by the EU for years, under what Brussels’ mandarins call the “reste à liquider.”

Aug 06 14:08

6mn UK Adults Suffered Abuse As Children – Crime Study

Up to six million adults in the UK say they suffered emotional, physical or sexual abuse as children, a new study has found.

The crime survey study of England and Wales carried out by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that up to half a million adult women and 100,000 adult males had been raped.

Aug 06 13:11

British Men Used EBay Sales To Fund Brother Fighting For ISIS In Syria

Two dry cleaners from the West Midlands who sold their brother’s BMW, watch and wedding outfit on eBay to raise funds for him while he was fighting for Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS / ISIL) in Syria are facing jail.

Aug 06 08:33

UK – How A Book On Art And Culture Draws Suspicions Of Terrorism

The UK it seems, has joined the US in it’s authorities and government developing a collective form of acute paranoia. A mildly deviant act by any petty criminal or a soul with mental health problems is immediately labeled a potential terrorist act before investigations have even begun.

Aug 06 06:53

Israel nuclear weapons: UK government loses file on its involvement with country's arsenal

More than 400 documents, including government files relating to the UK’s involvement in Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal, have gone missing over the last four years, it has been revealed.

Aug 05 15:40

The Danger of Excessive Trump Bashing

The widespread disdain for Donald Trump and the fear of what his presidency might mean have led to an abandonment of any sense of objectivity by many Trump opponents and, most notably, the mainstream U.S. news media. If Trump is for something, it must be bad and must be transformed into one more club to use for hobbling his candidacy.

Amid his incoherence and insults, Trump has raised valid points on several important questions, such as the risks involved in the voracious expansion of NATO up to Russia’s borders and the wisdom of demonizing Russia and its internally popular President Vladimir Putin.

Aug 05 15:27

#BlackLivesMatter UK Shut Down Road Leading To Heathrow Airport

Activists from Black Lives Matter’s newly launched UK chapter blocked a major road to London Heathrow, Britain’s busiest airport, on Friday morning. Reports suggest police are making arrests.

Aug 05 15:17

London ‘Fellatio Café’ Will Offer Coffee & Oral Sex…If It’s Not Deemed Illegal

London could soon host its first ever ‘fellatio café’ for punters seeking oral pleasure with their morning coffee.

If the business manages to overcome all the legal barriers to opening, the café will offer customers a selection of coffees, along with oral sex performed by an escort.

Webmaster addition: "Cream in your coffee?"

Aug 05 14:08


This is a panel discussion that took place after the recent premiere of George Galloway's documentary - THE KILLING$ OF TONY BLAIR . NB this appears to be a home made video probably shot on a cell phone, but the audio is quite good.

Warning: Quite a bit of swearing and rough language from the audience when the sole member of the panel who was there to defend Tony Blair's record had the mic.

Aug 05 14:01

The Reluctant Enemy

The Enemy according to Trump is unemployment, outsourcing, immigration, wars abroad, neocons and free-wheeling allies, the Clintonites chose, Russia as the enemy.

In words of Jeffrey Sachs, “Hillary is the candidate of Wall Street. Even more dangerous, though, is that she is the candidate of the military-industrial complex supporting every war demanded by the US deep security state run by the military and the CIA.” And now she and her party set their sights on Russia.

Aug 05 13:51

Lowell Goddard Quits UK Child Sex Abuse Inquiry

The head of a major British child sex abuse inquiry has quit, the third person to leave the post since the probe was announced two years ago.

The chairwoman, Lowell Goddard, quit without giving a reason, just over a year after taking on an unprecedented five-year inquiry into historical sexual abuse and its cover-up in Britain.

Aug 05 10:09

Gun & Knife Crime In London Highest Since 2011 Riots

Crime involving guns and knives in London is at its highest level since riots swept England’s major cities in summer 2011, a report has found.

Violent crime among young people has risen steadily in recent years, after a significant drop immediately following the widespread unrest of 2011.

Aug 05 08:54

Black Lives Matter Protesters Block Road to Airport in UK

Black Lives Matter protesters in the UK blocked a road heading to Heathrow Airport to prevent travelers from making their flights.

Seeing as how police brutality is non-existent in the UK, they decided to protest the fifth anniversary of the 2011 shooting of gangster criminal Mark Duggan.

Aug 05 08:50

Ransomware has left almost 10 per cent of UK firms 'unable to operate'

MORE THAN HALF of UK businesses have been hit by ransomware, according to security outfit Malwarebytes, and almost 10 per cent were left "entirely unable to operate" as a result.

Malwarebytes surveyed 540 CIOs, CISOs and IT chiefs at organisations with an average headcount of 5,400 in the UK, US, Germany and Canada. Around 40 per cent have been affected by ransomware and a third lost revenue as a result.

The majority of ransomware attacks come via a single end point, and 46 per cent begin, unsurprisingly, with a dodgy email.

What’s more, the crooks are clearly reaping the rewards of such attacks as 40 per cent of all firms pay the ransom to get the data unlocked.

Aug 05 08:21

‘ISIS Supporters’ Try To Claim Responsibility For London Stabbings

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) supporters may be trying to claim responsibility for the Russell Square stabbings in London on Wednesday, despite police more or less ruling out terrorism as a motive.

Aug 04 18:51

Dame Lowell Goddard resigns as head of child sexual abuse inquiry

The chair of the public inquiry into institutional child abuse has resigned saying it was beset with a “legacy of failure” that was hard to shake off.

Justice Lowell Goddard, who was appointed in February last year to chair the unprecedented inquiry into decades of child abuse and its cover-up, threw the future of the huge public inquiry into doubt with her departing comments.

After a brief resignation letter to the home secretary, Amber Rudd, Goddard released a statement that indicated the controversies and challenges of the inquiry since it was set up in 2014 were insurmountable.

Aug 04 16:24

Eric Trump weighs in on father’s feud with Khan family

“My father’s simple message – it’s not an anti-Muslim message, it’s [an] anti-terror message,” he said. “You know, we have ISIS and they’re running rampant around the world and we have to do something about it and quite frankly, if you look at Hillary.”

Khizr Khan gave a blistering denunciation of Donald Trump at last week’s Democratic National Convention.

Aug 04 16:21

Eric Trump predicts dad will ‘win this crazy thing’

'I think we're going to win this crazy thing,' he said.

As his father’s seemingly quixotic campaign caught fire, Eric Trump, 32, an admitted political neophyte, found himself thrust into the heart of it all. He barnstormed across small towns in Iowa and New Hampshire, gamely doing interviews on local radio stations and Fox News, all while balancing growing responsibilities to the company.

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Aug 04 16:18

Julian Assange: “1,700 emails” proves Hillary Clinton sold weapons to ISIS in Syria

“A vote today for Hillary Clinton is a vote for endless, stupid war,” - Julian Assange

In Obama’s second term, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized the shipment of American-made arms to Qatar, a country beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood, and friendly to the Libyan rebels, in an effort to topple the Libyan/Gaddafi government, and then ship those arms to Syria in order to fund Al Qaeda, and topple Assad in Syria.

Clinton took the lead role in organizing the so-called “Friends of Syria” (aka Al Qaeda/ISIS) to back the CIA-led insurgency for regime change in Syria.

Aug 04 16:14

9NEWS’ Brandon Rittiman interviews Donald Trump

Donald Trump: You look at how horribly are veterans are being taken care of.

BRANDON RITTIMAN: So, I want to start by asking. Hillary Clinton did make history. I know she’s not your favorite person, but she made history by becoming the first female presidential nominee from a major party in American history.

Do you acknowledge that? Is that a positive step for the country?

TRUMP: She’s got bad judgment. Everything she’s touched has turned bad. Whether it’s Syria, or Libya, or the migration, or the beginning of the Iran deal. She’s got horrible judgment. She voted for the war in Iraq. Another mistake. She was in favor of NAFTA. Another mistake. She’s got bad judgment.

We’re going to have a woman president, but it shouldn’t be her. She would be catastrophic for our country.

Aug 04 13:51

Just 3 Warships Patrol Britain’s 7,000-Mile Coastline, MPs Warn

Britain’s 7,000-mile (11,265km) coastal border is patrolled by a “worryingly low” number of ships in the face of the terrorism threat, a Parliamentary committee has warned.

Aug 04 08:22

Rush to withdraw savings as threat of negative rate looms

Savers appear to be hoarding cash at the fastest pace since the financial crisis over fears that the Bank of England may cut interest rates into negative territory to cushion the economic blow from Brexit.

Aug 04 08:08

Steven Woolfe Barred From Running For UKIP Leader

UKIP leadership hopeful Steven Woolfe has his chances of becoming the next leader diminished to zero as he has been ruled “ineligible” to stand in the election to replace Nigel Farage.

Aug 04 07:39

Woman Killed After Being Knifed In London, Several Injured

A woman has been killed in a knife attack in London while several other people sustain injuries.

British police did not rule out the possibility of “terrorism” after the attacker was put under arrest following the incident in Russell Square in the center of the British capital on Wednesday.

Aug 03 17:16

British Jets Attack Former Saddam Palace In Mosul

British warplanes have targeted one of Iraq’s former dictator Saddam Hussein’s palaces in the northern city of Mosul, the UK Ministry of Defense says.

Aug 03 16:38

Post-Farage UKIP: Talk Of A Coup As Frontrunner Woolfe Excluded From Leadership Race

Three UKIP members have stood down following a decision to exclude Steven Woolfe from the leadership race to succeed Nigel Farage, claiming a coup attempt has been made against the former frontrunner.

Aug 03 14:32

Registering Over 3mn EU Nationals Already Living In UK Would Take 140yrs – Study

It would take approximately 140 years to process permanent residency applications for the 3-million-plus EU citizens currently living in the UK if they were all to apply now, a new post-Brexit referendum report warns.

Aug 03 14:15

Registering Over 3mn EU Nationals Already Living In UK Would Take 140yrs – Study

It would take approximately 140 years to process permanent residency applications for the 3-million-plus EU citizens currently living in the UK if they were all to apply now, a new post-Brexit referendum report warns.

Aug 03 13:42

London Deploys Extra Police To Avert Possible Attacks

Police in London plan to deploy an additional 600 armed officers across the city to protect against possible terror attacks.

Authorities said Wednesday that the decision was made in light of the recent terrorist attacks across Europe including those in France.

Aug 03 13:08

Anti-Terror Cops On Permanent Alert For France-Style Attacks In UK

UK counter-terrorism cops are going on permanent standby amid fears of a Europe-style assault on targets across Britain.

Specialist armed police units will provide 24 hour coverage ready to respond to attacks like those in Nice in July if there is an attempt to replicate them on British streets.

Aug 03 11:17

UK Military To Free Up £1bn For Nuclear Stealth Submarines For Trident

Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) will release up to £1 billion to start developing a new generation of stealth submarines as the centerpiece of the Trident nuclear deterrent replacement scheme.

Aug 03 09:44

Over 30 Bogus Universities Closed In UK

More than 30 fake universities have been closed in the United Kingdom over the past year amid growing concerns about students being sold invalid degrees.

Aug 03 08:43

Police Arrest 900 Syrians In England And Wales For Crimes Including Rape And Child Abuse

And officials say the migrants were accused of sickening crimes including rapes and child abuse.

Now critics say they are concerned that the thousands of Syrians entering Britain each year under resettlement schemes are being allowed to enter the country unchecked.

Aug 03 08:20

British MPs Slam EU’s ‘Lamentable’ Response To Refugee Crisis

A comprehensive review of the EU-wide response to the refugee crisis conducted by the UK Parliament has blamed European countries for their failures to tackle security issues and called for immediate action to battle the spread of Muslim fundamentalism.

Aug 03 08:18

Flashback: Enemies are necessary for the wheels of the US military machine to turn - Former CIA officer John Stockwell

John R. Stockwell is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving in the Agency for thirteen years serving seven tours of duty. After managing U.S. involvement in the Angolan Civil War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies, a book which remains the only detailed, insider's account of a major CIA "covert action."

Aug 03 07:38

Files linking Britain to Israel’s nuclear weapons go missing from National Archives

Official documents on Britain’s relationship with Israel, including papers on “military and nuclear collaboration” in the 1970s, have disappeared from the National Archives in the last four years.

Aug 03 06:47

Hundreds of anti-terror 'Hercules' robocops sent to patrol Britain's streets in wake of deadly terror attacks across Europe

The 600 "Hercules" officers will guards major landmarks across London - decked out in bullet proof vests and ballistic helmets and armed with automatic sub machine guns, pistols and heavy duty military-grade equipment, including sniper rifles.

The highly trained marksmen are protected with massive 'riot shields' and kevlar body armour and are able to speed to a potential deadly attack on high-speed BMW GS800 scramblers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Getting ready for the next false-flag?

Aug 03 06:16

From 'Bring It On' to 'Period of Reflection': Will Britain Ever Brexit?

It's now a full five weeks since the UK voted to leave the EU. And guess what? Article 50 - the formal mechanism for exiting the European Union - has not yet been invoked.

Suspicions are growing all the time that the government, for all its "Brexit Means Brexit" talk, is planning to kick the UK's exit from the EU into the long grass. Last week, we were told that the government does not intend to trigger Article 50 in 2016.

Aug 03 06:14

Send Royal Navy to guard Gibraltar during Brexit talks, says MoD adviser

Britain must be prepared to reinforce Gibraltar with warships ahead of Brexit negotiations in a bid to ward off Spanish designs on the Mediterranean colony, according to one adviser.

Aug 02 19:06

EU demands Britain pays pensions of 1,730 Eurocrats in wake of Brexit vote

Brussels has estimated its pensions liability at €60 billion (£50.7 billion) for all retired and current officials, with annual payments currently at about €1.4 billion (£1.2 billion).

Some 1,730 Britons currently make up almost 8 per cent of the 22,000 retired EU officials.

The UK insists it cannot be held responsible for Eurocrat pensions which, it says, are the responsibility of EU institutions.

But EU officials say Britain would be expected to pay its part of the EU's pension promises when it finally quits the EU.

Aug 02 18:19

Over 400 government files missing from National Archives

They include Foreign Office files from the 1970s on "military and nuclear collaboration with Israel" and a 1947 letter from Winston Churchill.

Aug 02 15:46

Jesus Is Coming… And He Wants You To Elect Him As MP For Burnley

A retired bus driver who believes he is the second coming of Jesus Christ says he will run to become Burnley’s next member of parliament in 2020 in an attempt to shake up British politics.

Aug 02 15:33

Home Ownership In UK Falls To Lowest Level Since 1986: Study

The United Kingdom is facing a nationwide housing crisis as rising property prices have cut ownership rate to its lowest level in 30 years, according to a new study.

Aug 02 15:05

British MP Financed By Group Linked To Failed Turkey Coup

A British MP was paid thousands of pounds by a group allegedly linked to the failed Turkish military coup to write a report on Turkey’s human rights record, which was then promoted during a House of Commons debate, it has emerged.

Aug 02 14:58

Labour Leader Calls For Unity At Massive Liverpool Rally

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says the challenge to his leadership has created a “massive opportunity” to unite people across the country.

Aug 02 11:15

‘Refugees & British Men Need Lessons In How To Treat Women’ – Labour MP

Male refugees starting a new life in the UK should be taught about women’s equality as part of a wider campaign aimed at all men in Britain, a Labour MP has suggested.

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees chair Thangam Debbonaire said newly arrived migrants need a “sensitive” introduction to British culture.

Aug 02 09:48

UK Balks Last Minute At Hinkley Point Nuclear Deal With China, Beijing Decries ‘Suspicious Approach’

Theresa May’s government has backtracked just hours before signing a deal for a China-backed nuclear power station. Beijing state media says the UK is acting irrationally by delaying the project, jeopardizing the hard-won ‘Golden Era’ of China-UK ties.

Aug 02 09:30

‘When Not If’: Terror Attack ‘Highly Likely’ In UK – Head Of London Police

It’s just a matter of time until a terror attack occurs in Britain – that’s the warning from the head of London’s Metropolitan police.

Aug 02 07:55

Brits Becoming German: Green Party Suggests Fast-Track For Expats Hit By Brexit

The opposition German Green Party has called on the government to offer fast-track citizenship for Britons living in Germany, amid uncertainty over the impact of Brexit on expats.

Aug 02 07:31

Helicopter money: Are central banks edging closer to dropping cash from the sky?

The Bank of England is expected to cut interest rates from already historic lows this week as it prepares to avoid a recession following the UK's decision to leave the European Union (EU). The governor Mark Carney surprised many economists last month by not cutting interest rates, but on Thursday a rate cut to 0.25% is regarded as a near certainty, and possibly a renewed round of money printing.

Aug 02 07:06

Stylists, Spin Doctors & Donors: Cameron Honors List Rewards ‘Old Boy Network,’ May Won’t Intervene

Labour has accused former Prime Minister David Cameron of cronyism after his resignation honors list was found to include his and his wife’s personal aides, Tory donors and senior party figures.

Aug 02 07:05

British MP financed by group linked to failed Turkey coup

A British MP was paid thousands of pounds by a group allegedly linked to the failed Turkish military coup to write a report on Turkey’s human rights record, which was then promoted during a House of Commons debate, it has emerged.

According to the Times, Tory MP Sir Edward Garnier accepted £115,994 ($152,951) from the Istanbul-based group Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF).

Aug 02 07:02

UK balks last minute at Hinkley Point nuclear deal with China, Beijing decries ‘suspicious approach’

Theresa May's government has backtracked just hours before signing a deal for a China-backed nuclear power station. Beijing state media says the UK is acting irrationally by delaying the project, jeopardizing the hard-won ‘Golden Era’ of China-UK ties.

Aug 02 07:02

‘Special forces shadow wars’ face legal threat from Corbyn

Special forces operations should be subject to proper democratic oversight through a new War Powers Act, which would prevent troops being risked in Britain’s ‘shadow wars,’ according to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

He told Middle East Eye on Friday of his concerns over the repeated use of a legal loophole to deploy troops from the secretive SAS unit into war zones such as Iraq and Libya without a democratic mandate.

Aug 01 16:40

Schoolboy Questioned After Teachers Mistake His T-Shirt For ISIS Propaganda

An eight-year-old schoolboy was questioned by British authorities after his teachers mistook a slogan on his T-shirt for Islamic State propaganda.

Aug 01 16:05

Troubled UK Royal Navy Destroyers Return Home

All six of the UK navy’s advanced Type 45 destroyers have been docked in Portsmouth Harbor and are about to undergo heavy maintenance operations after facing constant breakdowns in the Persian Gulf.