Aug 31 09:23

WATCH: PM May Dodges Question About Britain’s Post-Brexit Future

“Do you think Britain, in the short-to-medium term, will be more powerful, more prosperous, in the world as a result of Brexit?" Lewis Goodall, Sky News’ political correspondent, asked.

However, she refused to commit herself to a yes or no answer and suggested the journalist shouldn’t have asked the question in the first place, as he had already asked for her thoughts on the matter on a separate occasion.

Aug 31 09:22

Delingpole: Brexit Is Going to Happen, Whatever the Experts Say…

Remainer Conservatives like Anna Soubry are worried that the party is being infiltrated by right-wing entryists from UKIP and elsewhere and that this may lead to Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister and Britain securing full Brexit.

That is the point, you pillocks.

That is exactly what the majority of people want.

Aug 31 09:13

UK seeks exploitation of Africa resources through trade deals: Expert

The United Kingdom’s new move to sign trade deals with African countries was in line with London’s old policy to exploit and "rip off" the continent's resources, a political analyst says.

“The UK has always invested as it is abroad, but then you have to look at the nature of the investment,” Rodney Shakespeare, an author and political expert from London, told Press TV on Wednesday.

“Its purpose is to rip off the resources [of Africa] for the benefit of the local elites and (for) the United Kingdom,” he added.

Shakespeare said British Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement during her South Africa trip that she wants the UK to become the largest investor in Africa from the developed world was a a repetition of an old propaganda line which seeks to plunder the wealth of nations under the title of foreign investment.

Aug 31 08:46

UK Vows to Develop its Own Satellite Navigation if Pushed out of Galileo

Theresa May adopted an “everything or nothing” stance on the EU’s joint global navigation project.

The UK wants to remain a partner in the development of the European satellite navigation system Galileo, but will have to develop and build its own national counterpart if the EU refuses to change its mind, reports the Guardian, citing Prime Minister Theresa May.

Despite all the troubles negotiating Brexit trade deals with the EU, the Prime Minister threatened to spend $118 million on the initial scoping study for the British navigation system.

Aug 31 06:53


TV commentator Piers Morgan was among a buffet of critics who tore into the cover Thursday, calling it “dangerous” and saying it helps contribute to the nation’s growing obesity epidemic.

“As Britain battles an ever-worsening obesity crisis, this is the new cover of Cosmo. Apparently we’re supposed to view it as a ‘huge step forward for body positivity.’ What a load of old baloney. This cover is just as dangerous & misguided as celebrating size zero models,” Piers wrote on Instagram.

Aug 30 12:13

Crucifying Jeremy Corbyn: former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks joins in

Stuart Littlewood views the hypocrisy of Israel propagandist ex-UK Chief Rabbi Sacks who accused Labour leader Corbyn of ‘anti-Semitism’, arguing that Corbyn should take no lectures from the apologists of the vicious daily Israeli persecution of Palestinian Christian and Muslims. >>

Aug 30 09:38

What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Darkest Hour

Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour is a piece of historical fiction that undertakes a serious historical task: to present Winston Churchill and the British people’s choice to stand up to Hitler as just that … a choice. In hindsight, after eventual victory, the decision to fight against the Germans can appear a foregone conclusion. Since we all like to imagine that we personally would never fold to the Nazis, it can be hard to understand that reasonable people, most of whom had no love for Hitler, seriously considered a truce in spring 1940, during the days depicted in the film. To their eyes, fighting on after the approaching fall of France would only delay the inevitable at the cost of mass civilian slaughter. Better to come to terms now while they still had the leverage of an army and aircraft factories.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Claire and I watched this film last night, and it is an excellent film. Gary Oldman did a fantastic job. However, we did wonder if certain portions of the film were historically accurate, especially the subway train ride.

Aug 30 09:14

Sadiq Khan BIKINI blimp: 29 FOOT balloon will fly over the capital on Saturday

A 29 FOOT blimp of Sadiq Khan wearing a bikini will be flown in Westminster on Saturday after a campaign was started in response to the London Mayor approving permission for a Trump baby blimp to be flown in July.

Aug 30 08:43

Wonga payday firm stops offering new loans

Payday lender Wonga has said it is no longer accepting new loan applications as it teeters on the brink of collapse.

The company said in a statement on its website that it was continuing to "assess its options" and existing customers could still use their services to manage their loans.

It follows a surge in compensation claims against the firm amid a government clampdown on payday lenders.

Aug 28 15:48

EXCLUSIVE: Jeremy Corbyn claims Israel controls speeches made by British MPs in Parliament, in bizarre remarks slammed as an 'anti-Semitic conspiracy theory' that 'casts Jews as sinister manipulators'

The remarks were captured on video in 2010, at a meeting of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) in London. In a speech about the shooting of Turkish activists at sea by the Israeli commandos, the Labour leader said:

‘[British MPs] all turned up [to the debating chamber] with a pre-prepared script. I’m sure our friend Ron Prosor (the Israeli ambassador) wrote it.

‘Because they all came up with the same key words. It was rather like reading a European document looking for buzz-words.

‘And the buzz-words were, “Israel’s need for security”. And then “the extremism of the people on one ship”. And “the existence of Turkish militants on the vessel”.

‘It came through in every single speech, this stuff came through.’

Aug 28 11:53

In English Town, 31 Muslims Charged With Sex Crimes Against Kids As Young As 12

Thirty men and one woman have been charged with sexual crimes in Huddersfield, England – including the trafficking and rape of girls as young as 12-years-old, along with the facilitating of sexual abuse.

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Are you feeling culturally enriched yet?

Aug 28 09:20

Pink Floyd Legend Roger Waters Slams Skripal Case as 'Nonsense'

In an interview with the Russian newspaper Izvestiya, former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters dismissed the infamous Skripal case as “nonsense.” “That the attack on the Skripals was nonsense is clear to a person with half a brain. But some don’t even have one half, that’s why they believe in this absurd,” he was quoted as saying by the newspaper.

The Skripal case unfolded in Salisbury, England in early March, when former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter were exposed to a nerve agent known as “Novichok.” The UK rushed to accuse Russia of involvement in the attack, which the Kremlin has repeatedly denied. Although no evidence has been provided that Russia was behind the Skripal poisoning, the UK expelled 23 Russian diplomats, prompting Russia take a similar retaliatory measure, shut down the British Council and close the British Consulate in St. Petersburg.

Aug 27 15:46

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham accuses 'arrogant' second referendum campaigners of ignoring why people voted

Andy Burnham today hit out at 'arrogant' campaigners who are demanding a second Brexit referendum - warning they risk fuelling anger and division.

The Labour Manchester mayor said the call 'further inflames' resentment among voters who already think London-based MPs fail to listen to them.

And Barry Gardiner, Labour's shadow international trade secretary, also said that demanding a second referendum would be 'dangerous'.

Their warnings comes as efforts are being stepped up to try force Labour to change its policy and back a second referendum at its conference next month.

Aug 27 11:09

Russian Embassy Slams UK Jets Escorting Russian Aircraft in Black Sea

The UK Royal Air Forces escorting Russian military aircraft in the Black Sea is a provocative action, which undermines regional security, the Russian Embassy to the United Kingdom said late on Saturday.

On Thursday, RAF said that its fighter jets “interrupted” a Russian aircraft which was allegedly on its way towards NATO airspace in the Black Sea.

Aug 27 10:28

Is the US and Its Allies Preparing to Bomb Syria? Towards a “No Fly Zone” in Northern Syria?

Are the U.S. France and Britain preparing to launch punitive airstrikes against Syria in reprisal for another (forthcoming) “false flag” Chemical Weapons attack allegedly ordered by president Bashar al Assad against his own people.

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton is reported to have told his Russian counterpart, Nikolai Patrushev, that “Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may be preparing to use chemical weapons to recapture the northwestern province of Idlib from rebels.”

On August 22, at a press conference in Jerusalem, John Bolton, Trump’s (“Humanitarian”) National Security Adviser expressed his “concern” intimating that Assad is preparing to “kill his own people”:

“We are obviously concerned about the possibility that Assad may use chemical weapons again, …

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The tired old premise Bolton is "trotting out" to his Russian counterpart, Nikolai Patrushev, has one absolutely fatal flaw; there is absolutely no logical reason for Al Assad to do this, now that he, with Russian and Iranian help, have pretty much taken the country back under Damascus' control.

So here is the translation, and please note that it it is primarily for US domestic consumption, because the Iranians, Syrians, and Russians know better: we are being "set up" for a US/NATO false flag in Syria, as the justification for creating a "no fly zone" against the country, if not bombing the hell out of it outright.

The question here for me, is what will Russia do when this happens?!?

IS this the way the US is going to "justify" a war against Russia in Syria?!?

Were I a betting person, I would bet that this will be in place for executing next month, possibly right after the Labor Day holiday here in the US.

President Trump is desperate for something to distract the American people from the events of last week, in terms of the Manafort convictions and the Cohen plea deal, and my guess is, that it will either be military action against Syria, or against Iran, both "favorite enemies" of this administration.

Aug 27 10:09

Britain Prepares For War Against Russia

The headline in the UK newspaper the Daily Mail on August 7 encapsulated much that is paranoid in sad modern Britain. It read “Russian warships pass through English Channel as Putin's armed forces ratchet up pressure on the Royal Navy.”

But this dreadful state of affairs means nothing to those who lack for nothing — which includes politicians of the governing Conservative Party who demand that more taxpayers’ money must be spent on military hardware. The previous defence minister, Michael Fallon (who had to resign because he was found out to have indulged in some sexual shenanigans), told the BBC last year that “we will be adding to defence, there will be new equipment and the budget will grow every year” and the present one, Gavin Williamson (the man who said that Russia should “go away and shut up”), demanded in June that Britain increase its annual military spending by £20 billion, or about 25 billion dollars.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And the British public .... on an horrific downhill economic slope, is buying this nonsense?!?

God help Great Britain, if these people cannot see this perverse, life-wrenching propaganda, for just what it is!!!

Aug 27 09:07

No-deal Brexit thrusts UK into 'legal vacuum', warns Keir Starmer

Theresa May and the government would face a race against time to pass a slew of new laws, or risk creating an “unsustainable legal vacuum”, if Britain plunged out of the EU without a deal, Labour’s Keir Starmer has warned.

Dominic Raab insisted last week that the government had the legislation in place to cope, if Britain is forced to leave in March 2019 without a withdrawal agreement.

“Our laws will be on the statute book, the staff will be in place, the teams will be in post and our institutions will be ready for Brexit – deal, or no deal,” the Brexit secretary said.

Aug 27 07:48

Roger Waters Slams Skripal Case

Pink Floyd Legend Roger Waters Slams Skripal Case as 'Nonsense'

Aug 27 07:29

£71 billion...the cost of our banks’ misconduct: Our investigation reveals the fines, fees and compensation since 2008 crisis

Britain's biggest banks have paid out £71 billion for misconduct in the decade since the financial crisis, a Mail on Sunday investigation reveals.

The staggering costs for Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays and HSBC since the 2008 meltdown stem from fines, legal fees and compensation for mistreated customers.

Aug 27 07:23

Remainers try to force Corbyn to back second Brexit referendum, leaked memo reveals plot

REMAIN campaign group The People’s Vote are attempting to force the Labour Party to change its Brexit policy to back a second referendum.

The People’s Vote have been campaigning for a referendum on the final Brexit deal, with Remain backing MPs including Chaka Umunna and Lord Adonis, plus Tory Anna Soubry among its members.

A leaked memo has revealed the group are encouraging MPs and activists to submit a motion at the Labour party conference in September to call on leader Jeremy Corbyn to back a second vote.

Mr Corbyn opposes a second vote, saying he respects the 2016 referendum. But he said the party would consider all options available to the UK if a deal is not agreed between the Government and EU negotiators.

Aug 27 07:13

Thousands of bats are killed by wind turbines every year because they are drawn to the blinking red lights used to ward off aircrafts

The mystery of why more than 80,000 bats are killed by wind turbines in the UK each year may finally have been solved.

Scientists found the winged creatures are naturally drawn to sources of red light – an attraction that can confuse them on migration routes.

Turbines use blinking red lights to ward off low-flying aircrafts at night.

Experts now believe this light source lures bats into the path of the blades, which spin at speeds of up to 170mph (275 kph).

Aug 26 17:55

Are you a he, she or a they? Students to get ‘gender badges’

STUDENTS are being encouraged to wear “gender pronoun” badges to indicate whether they would like to be referred to as he, she or they. The badges will be handed out to freshers at Edinburgh University during welcome week next month to help transgender people.

Aug 26 17:43

DO NOT PROVOKE US: Russia issues dire WARNING after RAF jets scrambled

The Russian embassy said in a statement: “What kind of threat to Britain or even its allies does a Russian patrol aircraft hypothetically pose while conducting flights near Russia’s own coastline, more than 2,000 km (1242.74 miles) from the British Isles?

“Instead of strengthening anyone’s security, the British authorities are using such a military presence (in the Black Sea area) for provocative actions.

“Not just by making verbal statements, regrettable as they are, but also in real military terms, which is simply dangerous.”

Aug 26 16:37

Revealed: Family members can claim PPI on behalf of their dead relatives under little-known right to compensation

With almost a year to the day left until the PPI compensation deadline, consumer group Which? has pointed out people can claim on behalf of deceased family members.

The Express reports that a survey showed 90 per cent of people are unaware they can get compensation owed to relatives who have died.

Experts tell the newspaper the banks have kept the right to compensation quiet so they wouldn't be flooded with claims.

Aug 26 15:29

Julian Assange and the fate of journalism

Lawrence Davidson says truth-tellers such as Julian Assange and imprisoned Palestinian journalist Omar Nazzal are destined to be outside the mainstream – because truth is also outside the mainstream, where journalist serve power and people chose outlets that confirm their bias. >>

Aug 26 10:00

No-deal Brexit ‘existential threat’ to UK, London warned

A no-deal Brexit will amount to an “existential threat” to the United Kingdom, says the first president of European Council, citing Scotland.

The idea of leaving the EU without a deal is an “operation fear” tactic by the British government, Herman Van Rompuy told the Observer Saturday.

The former Belgian prime minister suggested that Crashing out of the bloc without any deal would have consequences with impacts going beyond Brussels or London.

Aug 26 09:58

BBC lauds RAF for keeping nasty Russian planes at bay… 2,000km away from the UK

The BBC has struck again, plastering another alarming report across their website on Friday to warn the British people about big, bad, scary Russia. So what did those Russkies do this time? They flew a plane near their own border.

Called out on Twitter by Charles Shoebridge, a former army officer, Scotland Yard detective and counter terrorism intelligence officer, his post points out a few details the BBC missed: The Russian plane was in international airspace and the Black Sea –over 2,000km from the United Kingdom– is actually on Russia’s doorstep.

Aug 26 09:57

Russian Embassy Slams UK Jets Escorting Russian Aircraft in Black Sea

The UK Royal Air Forces escorting Russian military aircraft in the Black Sea is a provocative action, which undermines regional security, the Russian Embassy to the United Kingdom said late on Saturday.

On Thursday, RAF said that its fighter jets “interrupted” a Russian aircraft which was allegedly on its way towards NATO airspace in the Black Sea.

“This latest episode aptly demonstrates how harmful is the very idea of deploying RAF and other NATO forces in Romania, Poland or Baltic states. Instead of strengthening anyone's security, such military presence is being used by the British authorities for provocative actions of their own — not only through verbal statements, regrettable as they are, but also in real military terms, which is simply dangerous,” the embassy’s spokesperson said at a briefing, while answering question on the UK forces “intercepting” the Russian aircraft.

Aug 26 09:39


Now we know the truth!

Jeremy Corbyn is NOT an anti Semite!

Aug 26 08:59

Thousands of military engineers feared to have inhaled potentially fatal asbestos chemicals while working on Sea King helicopters

Thousands of military engineers are feared to have inhaled potentially fatal asbestos chemicals while working on Britain’s Sea King helicopters, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Last night, defence chiefs confirmed they had issued an alert in a desperate effort to warn Royal Navy and RAF personnel who have maintained the Sea King since it entered service in 1969.

Aug 25 17:07

CHILD’S PLAY! Vince Cable says TEENAGERS should be given vote for second Brexit referendum

The Liberal Democrat leader said kids aged 16 and 17 should be allowed to vote in any second referendum on EU membership.

Aug 25 16:31

Melinda Messenger is criticised as she reignites the debate over the HPV jab by saying mothers 'must ask questions' - after stopping her teenage daughter from having the vaccine

Melinda Messenger has been criticised after re-igniting the debate over the HPV vaccine on Twitter, by saying mothers 'must ask questions'.

The television presenter, 47, shared a video on Twitter of a speech given by Australian GP Dr Deirdre Little, captioned: 'The hidden truth of HPV vaccines and their devastating effects.'

Posting a link to the video, Melinda commented: 'We are mothers, these are our children and we must ask the questions, even if some do not want us to or try to shut down the conversation with aggression, it’s too important not to check and question......'

Aug 25 11:08

Homebase on the brink: 11,000 jobs at risk as sales plunge 10% with 70% of stores now in the red

A disastrous takeover by Australian group Wesfarmers two years ago has left Homebase on the brink of collapse, putting 11,000 jobs at risk.

It was bought by HMV-owner Hilco for £1 in June but still has £116million of debt.

More than 70 per cent of stores are loss-making, with sales down 10 per cent across the business in the year to June.

Homebase has lost £300million since Wesfarmers bought it for £340million. Before the takeover, its earnings were £20million to £40million a year.

Aug 25 06:25

US, UK, France prepare new strike against Syria: Russia

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, militants are arriving in Syria's Idlib after being trained by a private British military company called Olive.

The Russian Defense Ministry has accused the United States, the United Kingdom and France of preparing to carry out new strikes against Syria under the pretext of chemical weapons use by Syrian government forces.

"Western countries' actions in spite of their public statements are aimed at another sharp deterioration of the situation in the Middle East region and the disruption of the peace process on the territory of Syria," ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov noted.

According to the spokesman, militants in Idlib province are preparing to stage the use of chemical weapons against civilians by the government.


(*it should come as no surprise as this heats up , the battery gets reinstalled in the Hillary Distraction Device )

Aug 24 10:15

Israeli attorney files FOIA request to determine govt role in anti-Corbyn campaign

Years of media scrutiny surrounding UK Labour and its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, over accusations of alleged anti-semitism have boiled to a frenzy in recent months.

The left-wing politician and his support for the Palestinian cause has made him the target of the international pro-Israel lobby, who have accused him of participating in and tolerating what has been dubbed the “new anti-Semitism”: criticism of the Israeli state for its human rights abuses and war crimes in the occupied Palestinian territory.

After the Labour party adopted in July a new version of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism that specifically excludes portions conflating anti-Israel activism with anti-Semitism, criticism of Corbyn is at an all-time high.

Aug 24 08:06

A second referendum will spark anarchy

Barry Gardiner, speaking on the Today programme recently, was acute in his analysis of why there should not be a second referendum. His argument was this: that it would be an act of bad faith of such intensity that civil unrest might ensue. That argument is valid as far as it goes, which is not far enough.

The fact is there can’t be a second referendum. Let’s look at two reasons, one practical and one conceptual.

Aug 24 07:51

John Cleese on Brexit, newspapers and why he's leaving the UK

Aug 23 11:38

The End of London. Prepare Yourself.

Aug 23 10:52

'The man is out of his mind': MoD workers slam Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson's 'crazy' plans for guns on TRACTORS, ferries as landing craft and missile systems disguised as Coke lorries

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson is 'out of his mind' for proposing a series of 'bizarre' and outlandish ideas to bolster the UK's military, sources have claimed.

Among some of the concepts touted by Mr Williamson include fitting guns to tractors and disguising defence systems as Coca-Cola lorries, the Sun says.

Williamson is rumoured to have suggested that old commercial ferries should also be turned into beach assault crafts, just part of a string of unusual requests which have riled military chiefs.

Aug 23 10:36

Peter Hitchens - New Labour Ruined Britain

Aug 23 10:32

London workers are queuing up for free food because they can't afford to eat

During rush hour on one of London’s most affluent streets, amid the bustle of the Strand, an orderly queue is forming. Dozens of people stand patiently, and hungrily, waiting for their dinner.

The gathering, near Charing Cross station, comprises people of all ages and ethnicities. Some look visibly homeless, clutching large carrier bags containing their worldly possessions. Others wear work clothes. Despite having a job, they can’t afford to eat.

Piles of food packages await under a pink gazebo. As volunteers hand them out, bread and pastries are scoffed into hungry mouths. Many people eat standing up; others find a picnic spot on the ground; some leave to take food home.

Aug 23 09:15

FLESH-EATING STI discovered in UK - sexual health warning issued

A condition known as Donovanosis has been diagnoses in the UK for the first time.

The STI sees flesh-eating ulcers appear on a patient’s genitalia which causes the genitals to “literally rot away.”

Aug 22 17:48

The bank that hid its poor customer service ranking behind a big lamp! The sneaky tactics used to hide crucial information

Banks have been forced to put up posters in branches that reveal how they rank on customer service compared with rivals.

But some High Street branches are using sneaky tactics to hide this crucial information, Money Mail can reveal.

One TSB branch failed to display the new league table at all, while other banks printed the results on paper four times smaller than official guidelines.

A NatWest branch in South Kensington, London, went as far as to place a large, red lamp in front of the poster it had fixed to the wall (pictured).

It meant customers had little chance of noticing that eight other banks have been ranked above it for overall service.

Aug 22 10:53

UK Labour self-destructs under ‘anti-Semitism’ onslaught

Stuart Littlewood views the ‘anti-Semitism’ disinformation campaign wrecking the Labour Party and the lack of due process accorded to its victims, and proposes a way for the party to pull the carpet from under the feet of the ‘anti-Semitism’ scaremongers. >>

Aug 22 08:51

Yemen school-bus airstrike: Theresa May’s husband’s company has shares in firm that made bomb

Capital Group, the company that employs Theresa May’s husband, owns a large number of shares in the company that produced a bomb which killed 40 Yemeni children in a Saudi Arabian attack on a school bus.

A Saudi military jet fired a laser-guided missile at a stationary school bus on August 9. A total of 51 people were killed, including 40 children aged between six and 11. Some 79 others were injured, including 56 children.

Aug 22 08:50

Britain’s Very Stupid Hunt

So Britain’s top diplomat Jeremy Hunt is in the United States this week calling for brutal sanctions on Russia – and, what’s more, he is also urging the European Union to join in the campaign to antagonize Moscow.

Hunt's surname is an apt example of how humorous London Cockney rhyming-slang works. In his case, a vulgar word is invoked by his surname to express a person encumbered by low intelligence.

Does Jeremy Hunt feel comfortable about trying to start World War III by pushing the Americans to ratchet up already provocative sanctions on Russia?

Aug 22 08:43

Moscow Slams London’s Attempts to Dictate Policy on Russia to US, EU

(*Nice Save Russia !
The information I've been getting suggests Trump has been overwhelmed with constantly enraging the liberals , or he'd have taken care of this slamming , as we all know he's capable , like he slams everybody else ! )

Aug 22 08:31

Brexit now holds Britain in a headlock – George Galloway

Brexit brew hasn't stopped simmering and will flavour British politics for many years to come.
The defeat for the British establishment in the Brexit referendum was as unexpected (by them) as it was momentous. A rag-bag army of Brexit campaigners with a distinctly unusual Officer class triumphed over the sleek Rolls Royce Brigade of Guards commanded by the entire spectrum of the great and the good.

I was one of the rag-bag army, but more as a guerrilla fighter, often behind enemy lines. I had to be allowed freedom of action because nobody expected me to take orders from the likes of Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Liam Fox – and though in touch throughout with the likes of Nigel Farage and his group, we each knew we were better not together. Our view of a post-Brexit Britain was just too different.

Aug 21 11:12

Disputing Westminster Attacker's Citizenship Part of 'Racist Mindset' - Charity

Media speculations challenging the citizenship of Westminster car ramming attack perpetrator reflect the "racist mindset," which rules out home-grown terrorism and suggests that Islam is incompatible with being a UK citizen, Frances Webber, the vice chair of the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), told Sputnik on Thursday.

"If you think back to 2005 you'll recall that was a time when the media immediately after 7/7 were all into this narrative about Muslim immigrants coming over here… It is an absolute reflex that they would challenge his citizenship… And also it is a way of saying that terrorism cannot be British, so he cannot possibly be British and, if he is, then he shouldn't be. It is just a racist mindset where, almost by reflex, people revert to that kind of mentality," Webber explained.

She added that such conjectures cultivated an outlook claiming that Islam was incompatible with the United Kingdom.

Aug 21 09:31

Israel’s bogus definition of anti-Semitism will unleash havoc in Labour

The latest wave of the “Labour anti-Semitism crisis” fabrication is aimed at attempting to coerce the party into adopting the Israeli government’s preferred definition of anti-Semitism.

But Palestine solidarity activists have described the IHRA “working definition” as a flawed document, which bans key criticisms of Israeli state racism.

On Friday, 84 Black, Asian, Arab and other minority groups in the UK released an unprecedented open letter condemning the IHRA definition as part of the “silencing” of Palestinian colonial history and “a dangerous breach of our own rights, and of the wider British public.”

Antony Lerman, the founder of the Institute for Jewish Policy research, says the IHRA definition “was proposed deliberately to ‘equate criticisms of Israel with hatred of Jews.’” Lerman has written a concise history of how the document was devised and promoted by the Israeli government and its affiliated lobby groups.

Aug 21 08:54

Remainers HOWL as Labour frontbencher trashes calls for ANOTHER vote with SHOCK warning

Hopes for a second Brexit referendum supported by the Labour Party dwindled on Tuesday after shadow Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner trashed calls for a new vote.

Mr Gardiner, who backed Remain at the 2016 referendum, insisted the country had to "respect the people's vote" to leave the European Union to protect British democracy.

Speaking to the Today programme, Mr Gardiner said: "Those people who now want a second referendum are saying ‘because you voted in the wrong way, we’ll give you another chance to get it right,' that undermines the whole principle of democracy in this country.

"What I’m saying in any situation if people feel the root to change is no longer a democratic route then you look to social disruption, perhaps civil disobedience, in a different way and this is playing with our democracy, it’s playing with the foundations of the country in a way that is really damaging."

Aug 20 10:03


A BBC investigation has revealed that a mosque attended by the Islamist suicide bomber of a pop concert in Manchester is part of the Islamist Terror Third Column currently occupying parts of Britain.

Last year, Libyan refugee Salman Abedi slaughtered 22 men, women and children and injured 139 when he detonated a shrapnel-laden homemade bomb in the Manchester Arena.

The Manchester mosque Abedi attended – housed in an occupied Victorian church – has now been exposed as an Islamist terror base.

Footage of resident Islamist Hate Preacher, Immam Mustafa Graf, shows him calling for “Allah” to grant the “mujahideen” (Islamist militants) victory.

Aug 20 09:49

Is Britain Backing South Africa's Land Confiscations From White Farmers?

In a truly stunning report, Theresa May’s government appears to be backing the Soviet-style policy of “land expropriation without compensation” aimed at dispossessing South Africa’s white farmers.

Breitbart London has seen a letter written by Harriet Baldwin MP, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), to Sir Paul Beresford MP, who enquired what the government’s stance on the policy was on behalf of a concerned constituent.

“The British government understands the need for land reform in South Africa”, Baldwin asserted, adding that they “welcomed” promises from President Cyril Ramaphosa that “the process of land [re]distribution would be orderly within South African laws” and be carried out “without negatively affecting economic growth, agricultural production and food security”.

Aug 20 09:45

U.K., U.S. Remain Silent on South Africa's White Genocide

Aug 20 09:07

New Evidence Provides Additional Support that the UK Interfered with the 2016 US Election More Than Russia!

After more than a year of the Mueller investigation, millions of dollars and the Mainstream Media’s (MSM) relentless attack on President Trump, what do we have? Nothing really.

President Trump tweeted in February that if the goal of Russia was to create discord in the US then they have succeeded. “They are laughing their asses off in Moscow. Get smart America!”

Since this tweet, the Russia fairy tale has fallen apart. Corrupt Mueller and his team of conflicted, biased and corrupt investigators and attorneys have found nothing related to their target, President Trump, and now their indictments are unraveling.

Aug 19 20:29

'The country hasn't changed its mind': Downing Street communications chief dismisses calls for second EU referendum as he points to poll showing more Remain voters have now changed to Leave

Theresa May's spin doctor has hit out at calls for a second referendum on Twitter saying 'the country hasn't changed its mind'.

Robbie Gibb, the Director of Communications for Number 10, quoted a poll commissioned by the Sun on Sunday in the Twitter outburst on Sunday morning.

'1.9 million Leave voters say they would now vote to Remain. But 2.4 million Remain voters would now vote to Leave. The country hasn't changed its mind. (Deltapoll, Sun on Sunday) #RoadtoBrexit,' Mr Gibb tweeted.

According to the poll, carried out by survey company Deltapoll, 62 per cent of those questioned said they would vote the same way as they did in the 2016 EU referendum.

While only 15 per cent of people said they wanted a final vote on whether Britain leaves the EU.

Aug 19 20:26

NHS hospitals lost nearly 10,000 patient records last year, prompting fears information is being sold by the dark web

Almost 10,000 patient records were lost by NHS hospitals last year, Freedom of Information figures have revealed.

The disclosure will prompt fears that records are being sold by the dark web and experts have warned that the rise in cases of identity fraud means it is vitally important to protect patients' data.

And campaigners have advised that not having a full record available during a consultation could make it more difficult for doctors to accurately diagnoses health issues or prescribe the correct medication.

Only 68 hospitals released information on missing or lost patient records for the Parliament Street think tank report, meaning the scale of the issue is likely to be far more severe.

Aug 19 17:54

Brexiteeers call for Superdry BOYCOTT as fashion guru hands £1M to second referendum bid

A LEADING fashion mogul is giving £1million to a group which is campaigning for a second referendum and has claimed the public “knows Brexit is going to be a disaster” - sparking an angry backlash from Brexiteers.

Julian Dunkerton, co-founder of clothing brand Superdry, said he was giving the money to the People’s Vote campaign, with the money going towards one of the biggest polling operations the UK has ever seen as Remainers look to crank up the pressure.

Aug 19 17:41

Even Remainer says she is NOT happy with millionaires 'DRIVING DEMOCRACY' in Britain

Ms Alibhai-Brown told Sky News: “I’m not at all happy about these millionaires driving our democracy.

“Although I’m on his side, our democracy has been totally corrupted by the influence of various millionaires who choose which way the country should be going.

“So, yes, I’m sure some people would be very happy to receive the money because I am on the side where I think we should have a three question decision made by the population on what kind of deal they want, or no deal at all, or stay in the EU. You know that.

“But I really don’t think it’s a good idea for millionaires to start throwing their money around.”

Aug 18 15:15

Woman faces £1,000 bill for parking on her OWN driveway as council blame HEALTH AND SAFETY

A WOMAN has been left flabbergasted after she was told she faces the prospect of being taken to court – simply for parking on her own driveway, as she has done ever since she moved in 12 years ago.

And in order to carry on parking in front of her house, Helen Maloney is looking at forking out a whopping £1,000.

Mrs Maloney, who lives in Southport, was sent a letter from Sefton Council, warning her that her property was off limits to cars.

She explained: “The letter said I can't park on my own driveway because I don't have a dropped kerb.

"Apparently, by driving over the pavement in front of my house to get on to my drive, I am breaking the Highways Act."

Aug 18 08:55

Sandhurst waterboarding scandal as two officer cadets are probed for 'pinning down another recruit and pouring water over a cloth on his face'

Police are investigating claims a recruit was waterboarded at world-renowned military academy Sandhurst.

Two officer cadets are alleged to have pinned down their victim before pouring water over a cloth covering his face, the Sun reported.

The process induces the feeling of drowning.

The Royal Military Police were called into Sandhurst - which was once attended by Princes William and Harry - when allegations were reported to senior officers.

A source told the paper: 'Everyone in the Army is talking about this.

'To allegedly happen somewhere like Sandhurst makes it all the more shocking.'

Aug 18 08:53

Nigel Farage vows return to front line politics to attack Theresa May's 'fraudulent' Chequers plan

Nigel Farage will return to front line politics to try and kill off Theresa May’s Brexit plans, he announced last night.

The former Ukip leader is to travel around the country attacking the Chequers proposal which he describes as ‘fraudulent’.

The move will cause concern in Tory high command and spark fears Mr Farage is planning a new political party to win the votes of disaffected Brexiteers.

Aug 18 07:47

Nice-guy Jeremy Corbyn needs to get mean: UK's prime-minister-in-waiting must zap the circling sharks

Stuart Littlewood argues that UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn “clearly has a problem with his spin doctors and media team” who should by now have deflected the orchestrated ‘anti Semitism’ slurs and turned the tables on his detractors.>>

Aug 17 14:24

Corbyn’s UK Labour Party is being made to fail – by design

Jonathan Cook says by adopting the full Zionist definition of ‘anti-Semitism’, the UK Labour Party “will jettison the principle of free speech and curtail critical debate about… Israel’, and with it betray its grassroots supporters and Palestinian victims of Israeli crimes. >>

Aug 17 13:31

Brexit Is Dead In The Water - Daily Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.

Brexiteers, bring out your black suits of mourning. Grieve with private dignity. The quixotic bid for British independence has failed. There will be no return to full sovereign and democratic self-rule in March 2019, or after the transition or as far as the political eye can see. Britain will be bound and hemmed until the latent contradictions of such a colonial settlement cause a volcanic national uprising, as they surely must.

The Westminster class is edging crablike towards a double embrace of the EU single market and the customs union, the full EU package but without a veto in the European Council, or Euro-MPs with heft in the dominant blocs of Strasbourg, or judges on the European Court (ECJ) to lean against top-down "Napoleonic" jurisprudence. Both of our great parties are resiling from core manifesto pledges.

Aug 17 10:04

Philip May profiting from wife’s military policies

Enter stage right our Prime Minister’s husband, Philip John May. May is a banker and pension fund expert. He is a senior executive at Capital Group, a US investment company that controls $1.4 trillion in assets.

Capital Group’s portfolio includes JP Morgan Chase, ($7bn) Philip Morris International ($9bn), McDonald’s ($5bn) and significant investments in Amazon and Starbucks. Selling books, coffee, burgers and fags is not a crime, although some of these companies’ tax avoidance scams might be.

Since 2009, Capital Group has declared a turnover of £467 million, but declared losses of £125 million. Despite what might be considered a colossal business failure, in the same period Mr May and other Capital Group directors have pocketed £43million in salaries, pensions and other benefits.

Even the Daily Mail has said, ‘It’s very odd a business can pay substantial amounts to directors while not turning a profit.’

Aug 16 18:06

US-based payday loan giants Curo, QuickQuid and Lending Stream who 'target British customers with up to 2,000% APR loans' could face legal action in 'bigger scandal than PPI'

Giant American payday lenders could face legal action in the UK today after they were accused of mis-selling loans to up to a million Britons. are preparing legal action against Quickquid, Curo and Lending Stream after the US-payday lending giants have so far refused to disclose information on customers who could be due tens of millions of pounds back in compensation.

The company issued a letter of action six months ago, which is due to run out next Friday. revealed they have already appointed a barrister in preparation for issuing an injunction at the High Court against the lenders.

Aug 16 17:50

Celebrities and 'influencers' probed by competition watchdog over paid-for social media posts

The competition watchdog has written to a string of celebrities and social media 'influencers' to find out whether they are disclosing their paid-for posts properly.

Businesses grappling to advertise their wares to the biggest audience possible often harness the popularity of social media stars to promote their latest must-have item.

Celebrities can be paid huge sums of money to post about a particular brand or product range.

The problem comes when consumers are left unclear about whether that celebrity has posted as part of a paid-for promotion or simply rates a particular product themselves.

Aug 16 14:00

UK: NHS Doc Suspended For Negligently Killing Child Allowed to Practice Again After Racism Accusations

An NHS doctor of Nigerian origin convicted of gross negligence manslaughter in the death of a six-year-old boy has been given permission to return to work after critics said she never would have been suspended if she "was white."

Aug 16 10:44

London: Latest Nonwhite Terror Attack—Sudanese “Refugee” was Applying for Visa to visit Sudan on Holiday

The latest nonwhite terror attack in London, UK, was carried out by a Sudanese invader pretending to be a refugee—who was busy applying for a visa to visit his home country on “holiday,” it has emerged—even though he had claimed to have fled that country “in fear of his life.”

Aug 16 10:44

EU Fears British Spies "Bugged" Secret Brexit Talks

The last time European Union officials were being spied on - and questioned it publicly (after Edward Snowden exposed the reality) - it was the Obama administration in 2013.

Now five years later, The Telegraph reports that the EU's Brexit negotiators fear that they are being bugged by the British secret service after the UK obtained sensitive documents “within hours” of them being presented to a meeting of EU officials last month.

Aug 16 08:13

Rees-Mogg to ambush May with ‘positive’ no-deal plan, released before Tory conference – reports

Scores of MPs are planning to challenge Theresa May by backing a ‘positive’ plan for leaving the EU with no deal, according to reports. The move follows warnings of civil strife should the UK leave the bloc without a deal.

Hard-right Tory MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg, is arranging the plan which will outline the benefits of a Brexit on World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms, reports the Times.

Aug 15 11:36

Looted Iraqi Antiquities Can Finally Return Home After Simple Identification by British Museum

It has been announced that a collection of 5000-year-old priceless artifacts that were looted in the wake of the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003 have been identified in London. Local police seized the objects from an illegal dealer in antiquities. The items were identified by experts and this means that they can be returned to the Iraqi government and people. It is hoped that this find and the return of the objects to Baghdad will mark a new phase in the battle against the organized smuggling of antiquities.

Aug 15 10:30

CNN Bashes Trump For Calling London Terror Attack ‘Terror Attack’

CNN took issue with President Trump calling a recent London terrorist attack a “terrorist attack,” in another example of how the fake news network ignores reality simply to disparage the president.

Aug 15 10:14

Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect

The man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament has been named as Salih Khater by government sources.

The 29-year-old British citizen, originally from Sudan, has also been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, Met Police said on Wednesday.

He came to the UK as a refugee and was granted asylum, the BBC understands.

Aug 15 07:50

Britain's pensions black hole grows to nearly £190bn as two in three schemes are in the red

The report will fuel fears over the health of private section pensions and the millions of savers who will rely on them in retirement. Experts fear companies are more concerned with distributing cash to shareholders than safeguarding the future of their staff.

Aug 14 13:30

Westminster terror attack: Driver arrested after car mows down cyclists and ploughs into Parliament barrier

A terror suspect arrested after a car crashed into a barrier at the Houses of Parliament at high speed is not believed to be known to the security services, police have said.

At least three people were injured when the silver Ford Fiesta hit a group of cyclists and pedestrians waiting for traffic lights to change. Rooftop camera footage shows the car mounting a pavement on the wrong side of the road before, witnesses said, it travelled at up to 50mph for around 40 metres (130ft) and hit a bollard.

Aug 14 10:08

Sainsbury's supermarket goes 'till-free'

Supermarket chain Sainsbury's is trialling its first "till-free" store, in which shoppers do not need to queue for a staffed or self-service checkout.

Instead, customers can scan goods with a smartphone and put them straight into a bag.

When they have finished shopping, their payment is processed by the phone.

Aug 14 09:48

British Media is not waving, it’s drowning…in a sea of its own mendacity

“Israel has taken out a contract on Jeremy Corbyn” writer Gideon Levy wrote in Ha'aretz. As the contract crescendos, what does it tell us about Corbyn, the media, and Israel?
“The Jewish establishment in Britain and Israeli propaganda have taken out a contract on him (Corbyn), to foil his election…” Levy wrote in an opinion piece last week. This remarkable piece by Israel's finest journalist Gideon Levy, published in Israel's finest newspaper Ha'aretz, is remarkable not just in that it is a fine piece of writing on a par with what he writes every other day.

But it reminds those whose rushes of blood to the head too often lead them to erroneously believe that Israel is (not yet, at any rate) a "fascist" country. If it were, Levy would be dead, Ha'aretz long closed down and the strategic damage done internationally to Netanyahu by the steady stream of free journalism staunched in the interests of the state.

Aug 13 13:36

Back US on Iran sanctions or face 'serious consequences' for business – ambassador to UK

In the latest threat to the US-UK special relationship, the US' top diplomat in Britain has called on London to back its pressure on Iran, warning of "serious consequences" for businesses who flaunt Washington's sanctions.

Accusing Iran of "squandering its money on proxy wars and malign activities abroad," US Ambassador Woody Johnson's op-ed in the Sunday Telegraph asked the UK to "use its considerable diplomatic power and influence" to join the US "as a united front" in its effort to secure "a genuinely comprehensive agreement" on Iran ending its nuclear program.

Reiterating a threat made by his boss, US President Donald Trump, on Tuesday, Johnson added that: "The President has been explicit: any businesses that put their commercial interests in Iran ahead of the global good will risk serious consequences for their trade with the US."

Aug 13 10:24

Farage Slams Burley’s ‘Cruel’ Comparison of War Hero’s Burns to Burqa, 20,000 Petition Sky News for Apology

Nigel Farage has slammed Sky News anchor Kay Burley’s “unfair, personal, and cruel” comparison of Falklands War hero Simon Weston’s facial burns to a burqa, which prompted over 20,000 people to sign a petition demanding she apologise or resign.

The Brexit campaign leader and former UKIP supremo gave his assessment of Burley’s performance while sharing Breitbart London’s article on the exchange of August 7th.

Burley made the remarks while interviewing Andrew Bridgen MP, who was defending former foreign secretary Boris Johnson’s recent comments on the Islamic burqa.

Bridgen, after describing his background in evolutionary biology, said it was natural to feel uncomfortable about full-face veils, as they prevent people from reading each other’s expressions.

Aug 13 10:23

Hitchens on Burqagate: British State ‘Loathes Christianity’, But ‘Fears Islam’

Peter Hitchens, brother of the late ‘anti-theist’ writer Christopher Hitchens, has waded into the debate surrounding Boris Johnson’s burqa comments, declaring it is Christianity, not Islam, which is “under siege” in Great Britain.
Despite a youthful commitment to Trotskyism, the British columnist’s political life has diverged sharply from his left-liberal older brother’s.

A conservative commentator and journalist of some note in his own right, the younger Hitchens has won the Orwell Prize in part for his foreign reporting from China, which he regards as a sinister left-wing dictatorship. He has also published books on a range of topics, including the so-called ‘war on drugs’ — which he sees as a necessary but largely unfought conflict — and the hostility of the present-day establishment to religion in general and Christianity in particular.

Aug 13 10:22

DELINGPOLE: Finally, the Brexit Phoney War Is over; Britain’s Trump-Style Revolution Has Begun

This is it — the moment we’ve been waiting for. The moment when the Brexit rebellion finally began.

“Enough of this pissing about. Enough lawyerly excuses and Civil Service prevarication and Remainer politician manoeuvrings. We voted Brexit. Now give us Brexit. Give us Brexit, strong and hard, Boris!”.

That, in a nutshell, is what the people of Britain have been saying this week. Except that the way they have expressed it is in the context of another issue entirely. Instead of talking about Brexit, everyone has been preoccupied with two other “b” words — Boris and the burqa.

But make no mistake, it is Brexit that is the underlying reason as to why Boris Johnson v the Burqa has been dominating the British media’s news agenda with such extraordinary persistence all week.