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Nov 11 21:33

Fear Mongering Banks Warn London Facing Brexit “Point Of No Return”

During his trip to London this week, US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, wasn’t only defending revelations in the Paradise Papers that he’d invested in a shipping company with ties to the Putin family.

Nov 11 15:25

Queen Should Give Her Offshore Cash To Grenfell Residents, Kensington Labour MP Says

Queen Elizabeth II should give the money her estate invested offshore to desperate residents of Grenfell Tower, says Labour MP Emma Dent Coad following revelations about the British monarch’s financial affairs.

Nov 11 14:45

UK Prosecutors Destroyed Crucial Emails In Assange Case

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) admitted to deleting potentially crucial emails relating to attempts to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who remains cooped up in the Ecuadorian embassy.

Nov 11 12:37

Tory MP Blames Female Journalists For Fueling Westminster Sex Scandal

Fury is raining down on a veteran Tory MP, after he claimed that female journalists are to blame for fueling the Westminster sex scandal. Sir Roger Gale labeled the victims who have spoken out against harassment as “wilting flowers,” calling the scandal a “witch hunt.”

Nov 11 09:08

UK Priti Patel Scandal is the Tip of the Israel Lobby Iceberg

The Priti Patel affair is an insight into the power of the Israel lobby to influence the British political system.

But it is only a symptom of the rot. The exaggerated power of corporate and states lobbyists to influence government policy is a concern far bigger than one crooked minister.

Patel, who was the minister in charge of international aid, was forced to resign after it came to light that she had held 12 meetings with Israeli political and business leaders during what she later claimed was a “family holiday”.

Nov 11 08:51

Who will replace Theresa May as Prime Minister? Latest odds on next Tory leader

THERESA May is facing mounting pressure to step down as Tory Leader after further losing her grip on her cabinet over the past week. Who has the best odds of taking over?

Nov 11 08:47

Britain’s Top Cop Calls For Teen Thugs To Get ‘Harsher’ Sentences

Teenage thugs in Britain must be handed harsher prison sentences, quicker, says Britain’s top police officer. Cressida Dick CBE says some youngsters have committed dozens of crimes, ranging from violence to theft, but have never spent a day in prison.

Nov 11 08:15

Theresa May Wound Down A ‘Priti’ Bad Day With A Toast To Daily Mail Editor Paul Dacre

Theresa May had a ‘Priti’ bad day at the office yesterday, after it emerged that her International Development Secretary Priti Patel had been meeting Israeli politicians behind her back. Still, a ticking off and a resignation letter later, the prime minister got spruced up and headed out for a party.

Nov 10 18:29

Theresa May Wound Down A ‘Priti’ Bad Day With A Toast To Daily Mail Editor Paul Dacre

Theresa May had a ‘Priti’ bad day at the office yesterday, after it emerged that her International Development Secretary Priti Patel had been meeting Israeli politicians behind her back. Still, a ticking off and a resignation letter later, the prime minister got spruced up and headed out for a party.

Nov 10 16:01

Britain’s Top Cop Calls For Teen Thugs To Get ‘Harsher’ Sentences

Teenage thugs in Britain must be handed harsher prison sentences, quicker, says Britain’s top police officer. Cressida Dick CBE says some youngsters have committed dozens of crimes, ranging from violence to theft, but have never spent a day in prison.

Nov 10 14:21

Tory MP Blames Female Journalists For Fueling Westminster Sex Scandal

Fury is raining down on a veteran Tory MP, after he claimed that female journalists are to blame for fueling the Westminster sex scandal. Sir Roger Gale labeled the victims who have spoken out against harassment as “wilting flowers,” calling the scandal a “witch hunt.”

Nov 10 13:43

Tory MP Blames Female Journalists For Fueling Westminster Sex Scandal

Fury is raining down on a veteran Tory MP, after he claimed that female journalists are to blame for fueling the Westminster sex scandal. Sir Roger Gale labeled the victims who have spoken out against harassment as “wilting flowers,” calling the scandal a “witch hunt.”

Nov 10 12:14

UK Prosecutors Destroyed Crucial Emails In Assange Case

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) admitted to deleting potentially crucial emails relating to attempts to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who remains cooped up in the Ecuadorian embassy.

An email exchange between the CPS and their Swedish counterparts, who were pursuing rape charges against Assange, was deleted in 2014 after a lawyer from the UK side retired.

Nov 10 10:37

Second Woman Accuses British Gossip Girl Star Ed Westwick Of Rape

A second woman has now accused ‘Gossip Girl’ star Ed Westwick of rape, only days after the British actor took to Twitter to deny the initial claims made against him.

Nov 10 10:27

MERKEL'S BREXIT SHOCK: Germany face £3.8BN BILL to plug hole in EU budget left by UK exit

GERMAN taxpayers will have to plug a £3.8 BILLION hole in the EU budget after Brexit.

Nov 10 10:26

'You can't be TRUSTED' Furious Question Time audience scorns Labour with withering rant

AN ANGRY Questions Time audience member tore into the Labour Party during a furious rant claiming Jeremy Corbyn's team could not be trusted to run the country.

Nov 10 08:26

UK will back EU ban on pesticides that have killed millions of bees, says Environment Secretary Michael Gove

The pesticides - known as neo-nicotinoids or 'neo-nics' - are meant to kill insects that eat crops.

They are used in sprays and coatings on seeds – killing sap-sucking weevils and aphids.

But Mr Gove said yesterday the risk to bees and other insects such as butterflies was 'greater than previously understood'.

The European Commission proposed a ban on three neonicotinoids on flowering crops such as oil seed rape in 2013 because of the threat to bee health.

The UK had opposed the ban, but other member states disagreed and the ban was implemented across the EU.

Now Mr Gove said he believed the evidence base had 'grown' and the UK will back a new proposal by the EC to extend the ban to non-flowering crops such as wheat and sugar beet as well.

Nov 09 16:49

Second Woman Accuses British Gossip Girl Star Ed Westwick Of Rape

A second woman has now accused ‘Gossip Girl’ star Ed Westwick of rape, only days after the British actor took to Twitter to deny the initial claims made against him.

Westwick is now being investigated by the LAPD’s sex crimes unit over allegations made by actress Kristina Cohen, according to the LA Times.

Nov 09 16:31

Queen Should Give Her Offshore Cash To Grenfell Residents, Kensington Labour MP Says

Queen Elizabeth II should give the money her estate invested offshore to desperate residents of Grenfell Tower, says Labour MP Emma Dent Coad following revelations about the British monarch’s financial affairs.

Nov 09 15:14

UK Committing Jets To Deter ‘Assertive Russia’

The UK Royal Air Force is set to deploy four Eurofighter Typhoon jets to Romania to deter “an increasingly assertive Russia,” the new British defense secretary has announced.

Nov 09 13:54

Priti Patel Resigns Amid Revelations Of Conspiring With Israel To Give U.K. Tax Money To Terrorists, Israeli Military

By Brandon Turbeville

As Israel secretly coordinates with Saudi Arabia to launch a war against Iran and Hezbollah and threatens to invade Syria militarily, the Israeli tentacles are becoming more and more visible on the European and North American continents as well. While it has long been known that Israel has maintained a policy of constant surveillance and manipulation in the halls of U.S. and U.K. governments and that Israel itself acts as a cancerous tumor in the Middle East directed by corporate-financier-Deep State interests, the level to which it is involved in the lives of everyday citizens in Europe and America is becoming more and more apparent. From anti-BDM laws and proven espionage to an Israeli Prime Minister scolding the American Congress under the nose of the U.S. President, Israel has repeatedly demonstrated that it does not have the best interest of its “allies” at heart...

Nov 09 13:51

Fear Mongering Banks Warn London Facing Brexit “Point Of No Return”

During his trip to London this week, US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, wasn’t only defending revelations in the Paradise Papers that he’d invested in a shipping company with ties to the Putin family.

Nov 09 11:14

UK Minister Resigns Over Secret Israel Trip

British International Development Secretary Priti Patel has resigned following a political storm over her undisclosed meetings with Israeli officials, including Premier Benjamin Netanyahu.

Nov 09 10:41

Britain forms battalion with 600 commandos for quick interventions in "Western Balkans"

COMMITTEES of both houses of the US Congress for Armed Forces agreed to include an additional $ 4.6 billion for the so-called "confrontation with Russia in Europe" in the Pentagon's budget for 2018.

According to the proposed law, those $ 4.6 billion will be able to be used for the implementation of the "Initiative for the Restraint in Europe". In order to strengthen the sense of security of "allies from NATO " and to increase "US military potential in Europe".

It has been speculated that $ 100 million could be spent on raising the defense capability of three Baltic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

It is also said that the Pentagon can spend $ 350 million on military aid to Ukraine. With the emphasis that Kiev can be delivered defensive weapons.

The bill also includes a ban on the Pentagon spending money on co-operation with the RF Ministry of Defense.

Nov 09 10:41

BRITISH ARMS SALES TO SAUDI ARABIA JUMP 500% AS COALITION SEALS OFF YEMEN BORDERS

The sale of UK-made bombs and missiles to Saudi Arabia has leapt by almost 500 percent, according to new data from Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT). British munitions have been used in the Saudi-led coalition war in Yemen, contributing to the humanitarian catastrophe there.

Data collated by CAAT shows the UK government had made £4.7 billion from exporting arms and other controlled goods to Saudi since the start of the Yemen war in March 2015, compared to £6 billion worth in the period from January 2008 to April 2015 – a 457 percent increase.

The news comes as Saudi-led coalition forces made the decision on Monday to close temporarily all entry points to Yemen, effectively sealing the country off from the rest of the world.

The UK Government had been widely criticized for its continued assistance in the war on Yemen while simultaneously spending millions on humanitarian aid. In 2017, it sent £155 million to the war-torn country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

These Merchants of Death and the British Parliament have one huge thing in common; before accepting their positions as captains of the assassination club, or as members of the British House of Commons, or House of Lords, they have all had their conscience surgically removed.

It's Profits Uber Alles, baby, and who gives a damn about women, children, infants, and the medically fragile eldely getting blown to smithereens!! It's...commerce! That's the way the world is supposed to work, right?!?

Nov 09 10:31

UK committing jets, troops to deter ‘assertive Russia’

The UK Royal Air Force is set to deploy four Eurofighter Typhoon jets to Romania to deter “an increasingly assertive Russia,” the new British defense secretary has announced.

Nov 09 09:39

US General Warns Cuts Will Leave Britain Defenseless, Veterans Say Worse To Come

Britain must stop cutting its armed forces budget or it will be unable to protect itself, according to a senior US general. However, British Army veterans have told RT it will take more than cash to make the nation’s armed forces effective.

Lt-Gen Ben Hodges, commander of the US Army in Europe, has urged the British Government to end its austerity drive.

Nov 09 09:09

Hug A Robot? Study Concludes UK Workers Should Embrace Automatons

Workers shouldn’t fear the rise of the robots, argues the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS). Automation should be embraced as an opportunity for economic growth; raising wages of workers and increasing productivity, argued the report’s author Daniel Mahoney.

Nov 08 16:25

Priti Patel apologises as she resigns as International Development Secretary

The resignation marks the second departure from the PM's Cabinet within the space of a week, after Sir Michael Fallon stood down.

Nov 08 15:50

UK Minister Facing Removal Over Israeli Meetings

British Prime Minister Theresa May has summoned her International Development Secretary Priti Patel back from a trip to Africa following a scandal over unauthorized meetings in Israel, prompting speculation she will be the second minister in a week to be fired.

Nov 08 15:49

From Nazi-Themed Stag-Dos To Sordid Affairs… Here Are 7 Tory MPs Who Got The Boot

Taxpayer-funded duck houses, Nazi-themed stag-dos, affairs involving Russian spies – you name it, a Tory’s been sacked for it. As Priti Patel awaits her fate for secretly meeting Israeli politicians, here’s a very small selection of Tory downfalls.

Nov 08 14:44

Palestinians See Priti Patel’s Secret Israeli Meetings As Further Proof Britain Isn’t Their Friend

While the UK collectively holds its breath to see whether International Development Secretary Priti Patel will emerge from 10 Downing Street unscathed, Palestinian activists and academics have denounced the Tory MP’s deceptive conduct.

Patel was recalled from Africa Wednesday morning by Prime Minister Theresa May after fresh evidence emerged of Patel participating in off-diary, unauthorized meetings with prominent Israeli politicians.

Nov 08 14:04

Jeremy Corbyn Refused To Share Platform With War Criminal Tony Blair

Was Corbyn only half-heartedly against Brexit, or did he simply recognize how politically toxic it is being seen with Tony Blair? According to ex-PM Gordon Brown, the Labour leader refused to even share a platform with Blair at a pro-EU rally.

In his newly-released biography, Brown said he had organized a Remain rally in the run-up to last year’s EU referendum, but his plans to see all the Labour leaders of yesteryear sharing a platform for the same cause were ruined by Corbyn.

Nov 08 13:53

Scottish Parliament Evacuated Over Suspect Packages

Part of the Scottish Parliament in Britain has been evacuated after three suspicious packages were found.

The packages were reportedly sent to the offices of three Conservative Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP).

Nov 08 12:38

Teacher Who Admitted Filming Up Pupils Skirts Escapes Criminal Prosecution

A teacher accused of filming up his pupils skirts for his own sexual gratification will not face any criminal proceedings. Andrew Corish, 60, fell short of being convicted because a court ruled his actions did not amount to a criminal offence.

Nov 08 10:46

The Balfour Declaration - One Hundred Years of (Goyim) Solitude

Let’s first examine the document. Most noticeably the so-called ‘declaration’ is not printed on official British government letterhead. It is not signed by the British cabinet either. It is, instead, a letter from a sleazy British politician (Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour) to a very rich Jew (Lord Walter Rothschild). As such, the Balfour ‘declaration’ is actually a statement with somewhat limited significance. What it does is “declare[s] sympathy with Zionist aspirations.”

Nov 08 10:20

RT’s brief guide to why some are predicting UK govt is about to collapse

Theresa May will not hold her cabinet meeting in Downing Street today. It’s lucky really, because the ministers that would sit at the table are sinking under a pile of disasters so big, some are speculating that it could bring down the government.

The meeting was set to be the most awkward she has faced as cracks in the cabinet morphed into crevices. It is not clear why the meeting will not go ahead, but Downing Street insisted it was standard practice to change the timings.

When the prime minister finally does sit down with her most trusted ministers, here’s just a taste of what she has to deal with. You’ll notice the word Brexit, the biggest upheaval facing Britain in literally decades isn’t mentioned once.

Nov 08 10:12

Back to Face the Axe? UK Gov't Minister Patel Ordered Home as Israel Row Deepens

Britain's international development secretary Priti Patel looks to be facing the sack from Theresa May's cabinet after it emerged she failed to disclose information about two further meetings with Israeli officials.

Nov 08 10:08

Senior UK Minister Priti Patel Rebuked After a Dozen Secret Meetings in Israel

Priti Patel, the UK's international development secretary, has been rebuked by prime minister Theresa May for breaking stringent ministerial rules by attending official meetings in Israel during a "family holiday," which she later attempted to cover-up by denying they had happened — sparking calls for her resignation.

Nov 08 10:08

UK Intelligence Agencies Face Mass Action in European Court of Human Rights

A dectet of civil rights groups has brought the first major legal challenge since Edward Snowden's whistleblowing revelations against the UK's assorted intelligence agencies, in the European Court of Human Rights.

Nov 08 08:38

Trump: Year One – Justin Raimondo

Trump is neither monster nor savior, and that is surely evident on this first anniversary of the Trump victory

As the one year anniversary of Trump’s triumph approaches, the pathetic remnants of American liberalism still haven’t recognized its meaning, or reconciled themselves to their loss of State power. They dream of impeachment, or even an outright coup: their contempt for the Great American Middle – “the deplorables!” – defines their politics, which, by now, are almost entirely negative: anti-Trump, anti-Russia, anti-bourgeois.

Nov 07 15:09

Teacher Who Admitted Filming Up Pupils Skirts Escapes Criminal Prosecution

A teacher accused of filming up his pupils skirts for his own sexual gratification will not face any criminal proceedings. Andrew Corish, 60, fell short of being convicted because a court ruled his actions did not amount to a criminal offence.

Nov 07 13:28

Boris Johnson Gaffe Could Cost British Mother Another 5 Years In Iranian Jail

False claims made by Boris Johnson about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British mother who has been detained by Iran, may result in her being handed an extra five years in prison. The UK foreign secretary incorrectly said she was in the country to “train journalists” when she was actually holidaying.

Johnson told a select committee last week: “When I look at what Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was doing, she was simply teaching people journalism, as I understand it.” Following his comments, the 37-year-old woman was taken to an unscheduled court hearing in Iran, where Johnson’s remarks were cited as proof of her guilt.

Nov 07 09:35

Corbyn says UK Queen should apologize if tax evasion proved

The Leader of Britain’s opposition Labour party says the British Queen should apologize for using overseas tax havens if they were used to avoid taxation in the UK.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good luck on that one!

Nov 07 08:32

How Queen Elizabeth Invested in Firm That Targeted Mentally Ill

Files show Queen Elizabeth II, via the Duchy of Lancaster (a portfolio of land, property and assets held in trust for the British Sovereign), has held and continues to hold investments via funds in an array of businesses, including controversial retailer BrightHouse.

In October 2017, the company — the UK's biggest "rent-to-own" retailer — was slapped with a US$20 million fine for not acting as a "responsible lender."

?The firm supplies household goods, such as TVs and washing machines, at sky-high credit rates to consumers who cannot access typical borrowing facilities.

Britain's financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, said the firm had overcharged customers and used aggressive sales techniques on customers with mental health problems and learning disabilities.

Nov 07 08:28

‘Europhobe F*ck… SLAP’: Pro-EU Paper ‘Glorifies Violence’ Against Brexit Voters

A newspaper dedicated to reversing the results of the Brexit referendum result has been slammed for publishing cartoons “glorifying violence” against those who voted to leave the European Union (EU).

Nov 06 18:51

Foreign aid madness: Fury over 'cover-up' of how taxpayers' money is spent

Guidance dictating the way billions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash is sent abroad remain confidential despite them drawn up to demonstrate "value for money".

The farce has seen the Treasury and Department for International Development [DFID] devise a plan for the way cash is dished detailing governance, approval processes and financial management to ensure money is not frittered away.

But auditors revealed the powerful departments “do not plan to publish their guidance”, despite it containing “guiding principles” about how public money is used.

It means taxpayers remain unaware how their money props up hundreds of schemes funded by Official Development Assistance, which last year saw the UK hand out £13.3 billion.

Nov 06 16:11

Big Pharma Threatens NHS Because It’s Trying To Use Cheaper Treatment

Two multinational drug companies are threatening the NHS with legal action over its prescribing of cheaper medicines that could save the public millions. The NHS is handing out the drugs to patients as a treatment to prevent blindness.

Nov 06 15:15

Is Westminster Sex Scandal Turning Into A ‘Witch Hunt’? ‘Dirty Dossier’ Divides Parliament

Cabinet ministers and MPs across British politics are facing allegations of sexual harassment against female colleagues in parliament. Some MPs, however, have cautioned against ‘overreaction’ or even a ‘witch hunt.’

Overnight, further allegations emerged of women reporting sexual advances which were never acted upon, backbenchers harassing women to date them, and predatory MPs who behave so badly that young MPs are warned to stay away from them. The scandal threatens to dwarf the expenses bombshell of 2009.

Nov 06 15:01

Navy ‘Cannibalizing’ Ships For Parts, Leaving Vessels Out Of Action

The Royal Navy is ‘cannibalizing’ boats for parts to complete the building of other ships, leaving established vessels without the capacity to sail. An investigation uncovered mass stripping of parts from across the whole fleet.

The Navy’s 19 frigates and destroyers and seven attack submarines sometimes do not have the spares they need to go to sea. The findings came during a probe by the National Audit Office (NAO).

Nov 06 10:48

No More Blacking Up: Britain’s Biggest Bonfire Parade Puts End To Racist Tradition

Estimated 60000 people took part in one of Britain’s biggest bonfire night events in Lewes, East Sussex after a threatened boycott was averted.

Nov 06 10:40

Queen Has Stashed Millions In Tax Havens

Newly-leaked documents reveal the private estate of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has invested millions of pounds in the British Caribbean tax havens of the Cayman Islands and Bermuda.

Nov 05 14:25

Does Russia Now Have Superior Military Technology? – The Saker

Americans are hands down the leaders in quantitative terms; but in qualitative terms they are already behind the Russians and falling back faster and faster with each passing day.

“what happened” and “why nobody seems to be aware of it”.

“Do you think his assessment is accurate?” was the subject line of an email I got from a good friend recently. The email referred to the article by Paul Craig Roberts “One Day Tomorrow Won’t Arrive” which claimed that “the US military is now second class compared to the Russian military“.

Nov 05 08:59

Gordon Brown admits Iraq War was not "justified"

Gordon Brown admits the war with Iraq was "not justified" and claims the US "misled" the UK over Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.

Nov 04 08:41

Tories and Labour hit by fresh complaints about behaviour of MPs

The Conservatives and Labour have both faced fresh claims about the behaviour of their MPs hours after Theresa May unveiled a new party code of conduct guaranteeing an independent voice in investigations of abuse and harassment.

The Conservative whip was withdrawn from the Dover MP Charlie Elphicke following what were described as serious allegations that had been passed to the police.

Nov 03 08:28

Explosive Brazile Confession: Trump and Bernie Were Right, DNC Rigged Nomination For Hillary From the Start

Fire up the microwave and pop some popcorn; things are about to get really ugly inside the Democratic Party.

Throughout the primary election cycle last year, Bernie Sanders and his supporters angrily alleged that the DNC — supposedly a neutral arbiter — was actually in the tank for Hillary Clinton. This was denied up and down, with a top Hillary spokesman even wielding Bernie’s questions about party favoritism as an attack against him.

Nov 02 14:41

Washington Corruption Is Unparalleled In History – Paul Craig Roberts

This is a disservice not only to President Trump but also to the American people and the planet itself.

Dr. George Szamuely, a distinguished member of the Global Policy Institute of London Metropolitan University, is a British citizen and not a partisan of US politics. He has carefully investigated the so-called Russian dossier and reports that it was entirely the work of the Hillary Democrats.

This fact was known at the beginning both to former CIA director John Brennan and to former FBI director James Comey. Yet both went along with the DNC-invented story of Russian election hacking and Christopher Steele’s fake “dossier” on Trump’s imagined relations with Russians.

Nov 02 11:44

CrossTalk on Manafort: Let the Games Begin!

But still there is no Russia connection.

With the indictment of Paul Manafort and his associate, the special investigation into what is called Russiagate has yielded some results. It has been long thought Manafort and others may have committed financial transgressions. Essentially, this is about following the money.

Nov 02 11:41

Sorting Out the Russia Mess – Robert Parry

U.S. mainstream media, most of which has embraced Mueller’s acceptance of Papadopoulos’s story as the long-awaited “smoking gun” of Russia-gate.

Russia-gate special prosecutor Robert Mueller has turned up the heat on President Trump with the indictment of Trump’s former campaign manager for unrelated financial crimes and the disclosure of a guilty plea from a low-level foreign policy adviser for lying to the FBI.

Nov 02 09:28

Johnson Says He Sees No Evidence of Alleged Russia's Meddling in UK Democracy

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has commented on the recent statement made by Prime Minister Theresa May who voiced concern over alleged Russia's attempts to meddle in foreign states' democracies, a claim repeatedly denied by Moscow.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that he saw no evidence of alleged Russia's interference in Britain's democracy.

Nov 01 14:51

Oxfam Sacks 22 Staff Over Sexual Abuse

Britain-based charity organization Oxfam says it has dismissed nearly two dozen staff members over allegations of sexual abuse in the last year.

Nov 01 13:33

Claims Of Kremlin Interference In US Elections Are ‘Bonkers’ – Ken Livingstone

Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone dismissed allegations of Russian interference in the US election as “bonkers.” He told RT “the idea that anyone in the Russian government would want to actually put Donald Trump in power is absolutely ridiculous.”

Nov 01 13:22

UK Govt Wanted To Set Up Internal Alerts To Monitor Donald Trump

Not even the ‘special relationship’ was enough to calm a nervy Britain about what Donald Trump could do next just after becoming president. Official emails show the UK government planned to set up an internal warning system to monitor orders issued by Trump.

Nov 01 12:43

Michael Fallon quits as defence secretary

The Ministry of Defence has confirmed that Michael Fallon has resigned as defence secretary, citing past behaviour that may have “fallen short”.

Fallon is the first minister to step down from Theresa May’s government in the growing scandal about sexual harassment at Westminster, which has seen a series of lurid allegations emerge in recent days.

He apologised earlier this week over an incident 15 years ago in which he made unwanted advances to the journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer, placing his hand on her knee.

But it is unclear whether other incidents may have prompted his resignation.

Nov 01 11:44

Mainstream media claims it’s a crime to investigate Hillary Clinton’s ties to Russia

Investigating queen Hillary is a crime?

As the public has finally began to realize the extent of the corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton, including the now infamous Russia Uranium One deal, the mainstream media has gone into hyper-drive to discredit and distract from documented facts and are now going as far as to float the idea that Trump may be committing a crime for simply investigation Clinton at all.

That’s right, in the sick world of the establishment media...

Nov 01 11:36

British Royal Navy Is Eating Itself: 'Cannibalization' Up by Nearly 50 Percent

The National Audit Office (NAO) has reported a massive jump in Royal Navy ships and submarines "cannibalizing" parts in order to go to sea and the practice has increased by 49 percent over the past five years. It also found that the construction of the submarine HMS Artful had been delayed because parts had been "borrowed."

Nov 01 11:08

That Other Plot — to Bring Down Trump

With a leak to CNN that indictments were coming, Mueller’s office stole the weekend headlines.

If you wish to know why Americans detest politics and hate the “swamp” that has been made of their capital city, follow this story all the way to its inevitable end. It will be months of unfolding.

The real indictment here is of the American political system, and the true tragedy is the decline of the Old Republic.

Nov 01 09:03

Lisa Nandy claims Theresa May was 'warned of whips using sex abuse complaints to control misbehaving MPs'

Theresa May was warned three times that whips were using reports of shocking sexual abuse to control MPs, a backbench MP has claimed.

Labour’s Lisa Nandy made the allegation in a dramatic confrontation during Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.

She claimed she “brought evidence” to Mrs May three years ago when she was Home Secretary but that no action was taken.

“Three years ago, I brought evidence to her in this House that whips had used information about sexual abuse to demand loyalty from MPs,” Ms Nandy told the Commons on Wednesday.

“I brought that information to her in this House and warned her at the time that unless real action was taken we risk repeating those injustices again.

“On three occasions, I asked her to act and on three occasions she did not."

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