Apr 07 10:04

Breakaway Catholic Order ‘Hides Priests Accused Of Sexual Crimes’ In British Coastal Town

A renegade Catholic bishop who has been excommunicated twice is being accused of harboring clergy accused of sexual abuse.

Two priests were found taking refuge in Broadstairs, Kent, where Society of St Pius X (SSPX) clergyman Richard Williamson leads the ‘SSPX Resistance’ movement.

Apr 07 09:56

UK Will Cease To Exist After Brexit: Scottish MEP

The UK will cease to exist if it fails to address the concerns of Scotland and other devolved nations before withdrawing from the European Union, a Scottish member of the European Parliament has warned.

Apr 06 15:45

May Trying To Base Britain’s Future On Saudi War Crimes: Analyst

British Prime Minster Theresa May is “positioning herself in defense of grand war criminals” in order to boost her country’s economy, according to a political commentator in London, but “you can’t base growth or even the future of the country on war crimes.”

Apr 06 15:08

Theresa May Says EU Migrants Could Still Freely Come To UK During Post-Brexit ‘Adjustment’ Period

Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that EU migrants could continue flowing into the UK for years – even after Britain leaves the European Union in 2019.

May said free movement may linger in the first couple of years after Brexit, as businesses and governments will need time to adjust while the final deal with the EU is implemented.

Apr 06 13:49

LGBT Rights Group Wants UK Passports To Include Gender Neutral ‘X’

British passports should allow people who do not identify as male or female to define themselves as gender neutral ‘X,’ an LGBT rights group says.

Apr 06 12:51

Farage Backtracks After Branding MEPs ‘Mafia’… Says They’re Actually ‘Gangsters’

Nigel Farage has been scolded for likening members of the European Parliament to the “mafia” holding the UK “hostage.” The former-UKIP leader made the scandalous remarks while the legislators were meeting to draft guidelines for Brexit negotiations.

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, an Italian MEP, demanded that Farage retract his “unacceptable” comments.

Apr 06 12:48

BREXITEERS TAKE NOTE: the man now leading Brussels’ EU negotiating team is a 24-carat crook.

Novel-writing duties (and the garden) keeping me somewhat behind the music for the time being, I have only this afternoon realised that the inestimably ghastly Guy Verhofstadt is officially the lead member of the EU’s Brexit negotiating team.

Apr 06 09:41

Domestic Abuser Ordered To Report All New Relationships To Police

In the first mandate of its kind to be imposed in England or Wales, a man convicted of inflicting bodily harm on his ex-partner has been ordered to report any new relationships to the police.

Kyle Godfrey, who left his victim with head injuries after repeatedly abusing her, has been ordered to tell the police if he has been seeing anyone for more than two weeks.

Apr 06 09:36

UK PM May Gets Top Saudi Honor As UK Bombs Rain On Yemen Civilians

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has presented visiting British Prime Minister Theresa May with the kingdom’s highest civilian honor as UK-supplied bombs keep raining on Yemenis during Riyadh’s war on the impoverished Arab country.

Apr 06 09:01

You’ll be wanting to join BRITAIN! Duncan Smith ridicules Brussels claim UK will rejoin EU

IAIN DUNCAN SMITH has ridiculed a top EU Brexit negotiator’s claim the UK will “one day” return to the Brussels-based bloc.

Apr 06 07:55

Defeat for Israel lobby as Ken Livingstone beats Labour expulsion

Former mayor of London Ken Livingstone on Tuesday had his suspension from the Labour Party extended for “bringing the party into disrepute” last year.

But Israel lobby elements within the party had pushed hard for Livingstone, long a supporter of Palestinian rights, to be expelled outright.

Livingstone vowed in a statement to fight the suspension.

“Today’s Labour Party panel extended my suspension for another year because of my political views, not because I have done anything to harm the Labour Party,” he said.

Apr 05 15:54

Video: Divorce Dispute: Will Gibraltar Stay With UK After Brexit?

As the UK officially starts the process of leaving the European Union, there’s yet another problem London faces in its negotiations with Brussels

Apr 05 08:54

Britain hands over embassy to Israel’s war industry

Does Britain conceal the full extent of its support for Israel?

Sayeeda Warsi, a Conservative politician, recently urged the prosecution of British citizens who fight for the Israeli military.

Warsi should be commended for raising an important issue – just as she did when resigning as a government minister over Britain’s refusal to condemn the 2014 bombing of Gaza.

Yet Britain provides more direct assistance to Israel than allowing Londoners and Mancunians join a foreign army.

One example of that assistance has avoided scrutiny: Britain’s embassy in Tel Aviv has hired senior players in Israel’s weapons industry.

Apr 05 08:33

British ‘Secret Warfare’ Unsustainable In Information Age – Report

Britain’s secret war-fighting operations using special forces, drones and similar clandestine methods are folly in an age of information and public demand for accountability, according to a report by the Remote Control Project.

Apr 05 07:41

BREXIT BACKLASH: Comedians reveal EU vote jokes are seeing audiences WALK OUT

Marcus Brigstocke wrote much of the 20 minutes of Brexit material for his recent tour hoping it would entertain those who have paid to see him, but outside of London, which voted overwhelmingly for Remain, people have walked out in offence.

Apr 05 07:39

Spanish Warship Confronts British Military In Gibraltar

A Spanish warship was chased out of British waters near Gibraltar amid escalating tensions between Britain and Spain.

Apr 05 07:34

Lib Dem MEP vows to pursue fight against Brexit as 17.4 million Leave voters were 'FOOLED'

A LIBERAL DEMOCRAT MEP insisted Brexit could still be reversed as she vowed to continue to fight against Britain’s historic vote.

Apr 04 16:19

Guess which Hollywood A-lister's new movie ‘sold ONE TICKET’ on its UK opening weekend

In fairness to the movie, it had primarily been pushed on digital on-demand platforms, pushing the emphasis away from cinemas.

And only one cinema did actually screen it: the Reel Cinema in Burnley, where only one person turned up.

That film is Man Down - a war thriller fronted by Shia LaBeouf.

Apr 04 16:16

Taxpayers fork out £45k for burglar's phone bill after bungling police issue UNLIMITED sim

TAXPAYERS are being forced to foot the £45,000 bill for a crook’s phone calls after bungling police handed him a contract phone by mistake.

North Wales officers made the expensive error when they mistakenly issued an unlimited Orange contract phone to the criminal instead of a pay-as-you-go handset.

The phone was intended to ensure officers could stay in touch and keep tabs on the law-breaker.

But instead the lag used the phone for his personal calls, before handing the device on to two friends after he was jailed.

Apr 04 12:43

UK Sends Troops To Train Jordanian Military As Theresa May Begins Middle East Charm Offensive

British troops will be deployed to Jordan to train local forces in bombing tactics. The announcement comes as UK Prime Minister Theresa May begins a diplomatic tour of the Middle East to shore up alliances ahead of Brexit.

Apr 04 11:45

Homeless Families Are Being Forced Out Of London As Temporary Housing Costs Soar

Homeless families in London are being given temporary accommodation outside the capital because the spiralling cost of rent is draining council funds, new figures show.

According to London Councils (LC), the number of placements outside the capital rose from 113 between April and June 2012 to 551 between December and April 2016.

Apr 04 08:55


Apr 03 17:16

Car insurance price hike for all UK drivers due to this 'INSANE' European court ruling

Boris Johnson has deemed the new rule, that off-road vehicles and racing cars have to be insured even if they never enter a public highway as "insane" and a “perfect example” of “over-regulation.”

This rule, which being referred to as the Vnuk judgement, tried to make off-road vehicles such as tractors and mobility scooters pay for motor insurance.

But insurers do not believe it would be possible to make all drivers of off-road vehicles, such as tractors, buy cover meaning ordinary motorists will therefore face the costs of this levy as an additional charge to they insurance policy.

The Foreign Secretary added that such “undemocratic law-making” makes him glad that the UK voted to leave the EU.

Apr 03 16:15

'Typical hatchet job!' Twitter FUMES over 'BIASED' Panorama probe into funding of Le Pen

Viewers posted about the documentary in their hundreds. @11MafekingParad said: “Disgraceful reporting from @BBC on #Panorama tonight. Linking far right unaffiliated group to Marine. Nobody believes ur left-wing bias anymore.”

“#Panorama asking who is funding Le Pen. Now waiting for the BBC to ask who's funding Gina Miller. #BBCBias,” said @RobSummerfield1, while @theschneck added: “In the 1st 30s of @BBC #Panorama and I can already tell it's a typical lefty agenda pushing hatchet job. BBC current affairs is just a joke.”

@stephenwilson37 said: “Here we go. #bbc try and tell us how bad #lepen2017 is. Just like they keep telling us how bad #brexit is #panorama.” And @Tullibardine added: “#Panorama Even a left winger like me can see through BBC propaganda like this.”

Apr 03 16:12

REVEALED: Britain’s top secret plan to BLOW UP Channel Tunnel to prevent invasion

BRITAIN planned to plant a nuclear bomb inside the Channel Tunnel to blow up the transport link in a desperate bid to severe ties with Europe.

Previously top secret papers have revealed that officials once plotted the collapse of the tunnel between the UK and France in the event of an emergency.

The once-secret plot was drawn up by civil servants and senior military officials in March 1969, while plans for the tunnel were still being drawn out, and were devised in case of a Soviet invasion.

Apr 03 15:34

What are the Odds of Britain Going to War with Spain?

After several hundred years of complaining about the UK ownership of Gibraltar, Spain is looking set to make a final play for the territory. Gibraltar has long been recognized internationally as belonging to Britain with only Spain criticizing the position; and the Brexit negotiations may be their last real chance of getting it.

Apr 03 15:32

‘Don’t Lose Your Cool’: Spain Jibes Britain Over Gibraltar ‘War’ Threats

Spain is urging Britain not to lose its “composure” over Gibraltar, after a group of “sabre-rattling” Tories warned the UK would be willing to go to war over the territory.

Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis said he was surprised by the response from Britain after the Brexit negotiating guidelines – which said a deal applying to Gibraltar could be vetoed by Spain – were released on Friday.

Apr 03 09:35

Britain Vows To ‘Look After’ Gibraltar Following Brexit

British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon says the United Kingdom will “look after” Gibraltar in the post-Brexit era.

“We’re going to look after Gibraltar,” said the 64-year-old during an interview with the state-funded BBC in London on Sunday.

Apr 03 07:56

Hundreds of millions 'wasted' on UK court digitisation scheme

Hundreds of millions of pounds have been wasted on plans to digitise the criminal justice system due to the mismanagement of a key programme that has so far delivered little value to the taxpayer, according to multiple insiders.

The Common Platform Programme (CPP) was supposed to be complete by March 2019. However, a spokeswoman from HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) said the programme will not be complete until 2020 at a revised cost of £270m.

Apr 03 07:36

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange avoids eviction from Ecuador embassy as left-wing presidential candidate claims victory

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange dodged an eviction order in Ecuador's Sunday election, after the right-wing candidate who had vowed to kick him out of the country's London embassy was set to narrowly lose a presidential election.

Apr 01 09:03

EU Will Ban Post-Brexit Britain From Cutting Taxes, Supporting National Industry in Article 50 Negotiations

The European Union will seek to establish a Brexit deal with the United Kingdom which prevents its government from cutting taxes, scrapping burdensome regulations, or supporting industries through more liberal state aid.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In other words, the EU will still control Britain's economy even after Brexit.

Mar 31 20:08

A tale of two Houses of Commons - one in London, one in Ottawa, and what happened at each within a day of each other

Not to be missed:
From The Mark Steyn Show, a tale of two Houses of Commons - one in London, one in Ottawa, and what happened at each within a day of each other.

Mar 31 14:49

“Official” UK anti-Semitism definition gets two-finger salute from legal experts

Stuart Littlewood explains why legal experts have dismissed the “official” UK definition of anti-Semitism, and hopes this will encourage academic and party leaders to resist Israel lobby bullying.

Mar 31 13:59

Huge Range Of Sterling Forecasts Clouds Horizon For Brexit Talks

While banks warn Britain’s European Union divorce could drive the pound below $1.20, their option traders have cut the cost of insuring against further falls in the two years it has left inside the bloc.

A company wanting to insure its revenues or financial investments against further falls in the currency could pay 4.8 percent on Tuesday, back to late 2015 levels, for “put” options that start generating a profit if sterling falls to $1.20.

Mar 31 12:25

British Academia Faces Zionist Hooliganism

Mar 31 09:27

Did you know that Britain is now in the TOP TEN most dangerous countries in the world based on Muslim terrorist and rebel activity over the past 30 days

IntelCenter’s Country Threat Index (CTI) examines the volume of terrorist and rebel alerts, messaging traffic, videos, photos, incidents and the number killed and injured in a country over the past 30 days and runs it through an algorithm to assign the country its CTI. The higher the CTI the greater the risk.

Mar 31 09:13

Turning UK into the UKRAINE? EU negotiator wants Article 217 deal for Brexit Britain

THE European Union’s Brexit negotiator may have just let slip that the Brussels bloc is about to cave and offer Britain the same deal as the annexed nation of UKRAINE.

Mar 30 17:10

Senior German MEP vows to EXPOSE Brexiteer 'LIARS' by inflicting HUGE divorce bill on UK

A SENIOR German politician promised to force a huge Brexit divorce bill on Britain to “prove” leaving the European Union (EU) to save money was a lie.

Mar 30 15:27

'I'll consider court' Gina Miller issues new Brexit legal threat over Great Repeal Bill

BREXIT challenger Gina Miller issued a new threat to wreck the UK’s orderly exit from the EU by blocking key legislation.

Mar 30 15:22

‘They’re bound by their OWN RULES!’ EU's Brexit negotiation SHAFTED by its own legislation

THE European Union’s Brexit bargaining position has been significantly weakened because of an article in the Lisbon Treaty stating neighbouring countries must be treated with “neighbourliness” and be allowed to prosper.

Article 8 of the Lisbon Treaty states: “The Union shall develop a special relationship with neighbouring countries, aiming to establish an area of prosperity and good neighbourliness founded on the values of the Union and characterised by close and peaceful relations based on cooperation.”

The very notion of a hard, punishing Brexit has seemingly been rendered obsolete by one of Brussels’ own documents, according to the Director of the Bruges Group, Robert Oulds

Mar 30 15:22

'No Turning Back' On Brexit As Article 50 Triggered

Britain’s departure from the EU is “an historic moment from which there can be no turning back”, Theresa May has said.

She was speaking after Britain’s EU ambassador formally triggered the two year exit process by handing a letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk.

Mar 30 15:20

German MEP orders Britain to cut off COMMONWEALTH STATES in latest Brexit demand

A GERMAN MEP is calling on Britain to rescind its relationship with a plethora of Commonwealth states as negotiations continue with Brexit.

The MEP is demanding the UK Government cancel all existing tax haven policies, meaning it would have to cut its relationships with key partners in the Commonwealth in an early Brexit demand.

Prime Minister Theresa May would have to cut off ties with the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Jersey and the Isle of Man if it was to listen to the German MEP.

Almost two and a half billion people live in the 52 independent and equal sovereign states which make up the group whose head is Her Majesty The Queen.

The states all currently trade with Britain, albeit under existing European Union (EU) rules and regulations.

Mar 30 14:52

Britain Can Still Change Its Mind & Stay, Say EU Lawmakers

Britain can backtrack on its decision to leave the European Union if it wishes, according to EU lawmakers.

Senior figures in the European Parliament are drafting a resolution to halt the two-year Brexit process, which has now begun after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

Mar 30 13:00

Germany, France, Speak Up After UK Triggers Brexit

Germany and France react to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s triggering of the Brexit process.

Reactions also poured in from other European countries after the country triggered divorce talks with the EU on Wednesday.

Mar 30 09:41

Pound On A Rollercoaster As Theresa May Invokes Article 50, Experts Warn More To Come

Britain’s pound sterling regained earlier losses after falling to $1.24 against the dollar and the euro has slumped as ‘Brexit Day’ spooks the markets.

The pound recovered quickly after Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, officially launching the divorce negotiations between Britain and the EU.

Mar 30 08:41

Guess What’s Happening to Returning ISIS Fighter…That’s Right, Nothing.

As if Europe didn’t have enough trouble with IS Jihadis being “hidden in plain sight” among the swathes of migrants arriving each year, it’s about to get a lot worse.

Mar 30 08:36

BREXIT VICTORY: Daily Express campaign hopes fulfilled as Article 50 FINALLY triggered

THE historic starting process of Britain’s exit from the European Union today fulfils the hopes of the Daily Express and its readers when we launched our Brexit crusade more than six years ago.

Mar 30 07:40

Lesbian Asylum Seeker Says Ex-Husband Will Kill Her If Britain Deports Her To Nigeria

A Nigerian woman held at Britain’s most infamous immigration detention center has pleaded with the authorities not to send her back to her home country, where her ex-husband is allegedly waiting to kill her.

Mar 30 07:29

Brexit Gold Buying – UK Demand for Gold Bars Surges 39%

As the UK triggered its formal departure from the European Union yesterday, gold demand from UK investors remained ongoing and robust with increased numbers of British investors diversifying into physical gold in order to hedge the considerable uncertainty and volatility that the coming months and years will bring.

Mar 30 07:11

Scottish Parliament Backs Nicola Sturgeon’s Demand For Second Independence Referendum

The Scottish Parliament has voted to back Nicola Sturgeon’s request to seek new powers from London in order to trigger a second independence referendum.

The motion passed thanks to the Scottish Greens’ support, and despite Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives expressing opposition to what they called another “divisive” referendum campaign.

Mar 29 18:05

EU Parliament threatens to VETO Brexit deal if UK signs trade pacts with other countries

THE European Parliament could veto any future Brexit deal agreed with Brussels if the UK attempts to carry out trade negotiations with countries outside the bloc before Spring 2019, a bombshell document reveals tonight.

Mar 29 15:53

Video: ‘Aggressive Behavior’: Some British Politicians Still See Russia As Bigger Threat Than ISIS

Despite the specter of terrorism across Europe some British politicians still view Russia as a bigger threat than Islamic State jihadists.

Mar 29 15:37

Royal Marine Who Killed Unarmed Afghan Insurgent Could Walk Free In Weeks

Royal Marine commando Alexander Blackman, who killed a wounded and unarmed Afghan insurgent, will likely be freed from prison in a matter of weeks.

He was re-sentenced on Tuesday following the reduction of his murder conviction to manslaughter.

Mar 29 13:36

MI5 Target Female British Soldier Who Successfully Fought ISIS

The first ever British female soldier to successfully fight ISIS in Syria says the UK spy agency MI5 is targeting her and her family, who she says are “afraid for their own safety.”

Mar 29 13:24

‘Severe Distortions’: Aviation Chief Blasts US-UK Electronics Ban

The international association of airlines has come out against the ban on laptops and other electronics aboard direct flights from airports in mainly Muslim countries, enacted by both the US and the UK, calling it confusing and harmful to commerce.

Mar 29 11:39

Judge Napolitano Returns On Fox News, Stands By Claim Brits Spied On Trump

Fox News' legal analyst Andrew "Judge" Napolitano returned to the air on Wednesday morning, nine days after the network benched him when President Donald Trump cited the Fox talking head as the source of claims that Barack Obama used British intelligence to wiretap him. Napolitano refused to change his story saying he stood by his claim about spying on President Donald Trump that got him benched by the network on March 21 for an indefinite period.

Mar 29 10:25

Pulling The Brexit Trigger: May Prepares To Invoke Article 50 & Start Britain’s EU Departure

Brexit day has arrived, with Prime Minister Theresa May expected to initiate the start of Britain’s official departure from the European Union.

The process is kicked off by the triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, with May officially telling Brussels that the UK desires to leave the bloc. The PM has already signed a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk due to be delivered by Britain’s permanent representative Tim Barrow on Wednesday.

Mar 29 09:14

Article 50: Theresa May to call on UK to unite after letter triggers Brexit

Prime minister’s letter will be hand-delivered to European council president at the same time as she addresses House of Commons

Mar 29 06:46

British landlord: ‘No coloured – they smell’

A British millionaire and landlord Fergus Wilson has issued a regulation which bans 'coloured' people from renting property, as they 'smell of curry'. According to the oligarch, the curry smell gets in the carpets. Wilson owns 1,000 homes in Kent. He believes there are excessive coloured people in the county. Anti-racist groups got indignant at this. 'You cannot forbid people with another colour of the skin reside where they want,' they wrote. However, police has no claims, the millionaire has not broken criminal legislation though. Wilson is going to sell his homes for £250m, and 'coloured' buyers will be be excluded.

Mar 28 16:49

George Osborne Can’t Be An MP AND A Newspaper Editor At Same Time, Say Constituents

Former Tory Chancellor George Osborne should renounce his job as Tatton MP if he intends to become the editor of the London Evening Standard, the majority of his constituents claim.

According to a poll by Survation, up to 66 percent of voters in Tatton, 190 miles (306km) from London, say he should choose whether to hold his seat in the constituency or go ahead with his new appointment as the Standard’s editor.

Mar 28 16:17

UK Police Begin 24-Hour Drone Surveillance Of Population

Police in the UK will soon be authorized to monitor citizens using 24-hour drone surveillance, as part of an effort to “reduce crime.”

Mar 28 15:56

Ex-military and security firms oppose Home Sec in WhatsApp crypto row

Home Secretary Amber Rudd went on TV at the weekend to say it was "completely unacceptable" that authorities were unable to look at the encrypted WhatsApp messages of Westminster terrorist attacker Khalid Masood. There should be "no place for terrorists to hide", she added.

Not so, according to the Ministry of Defence's former cybersecurity chief. The case for increased surveillance powers following is "weak", especially just months after the Investigatory Powers Act became law, according to Major General Jonathan Shaw.

"There's a debate in Parliament about the whole Snooper's Charter and the rights of the state and I think what they are trying to do is use this moment to nudge the debate more in their line," Shaw told BBC Radio 4's Today.

Mar 28 15:37

We're OUT! On an historic day for Britain, Theresa May formally signs the letter to Brussels that triggers Article 50 and starts irreversible Brexit process

Theresa May has tonight signed the letter to EU President Donald Tusk informing him that the UK is triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the formal method of leaving the 28-member bloc.

The letter was due to be conveyed to Brussels by diplomats tonight to be handed to Mr Tusk by Britain’s ambassador to the EU Sir Tim Barrow at lunchtime tomorrow.

It starts a two-year process that will see the UK leave the EU on March 29, 2019.

Mar 28 15:21

Wife Of Westminster Attacker ‘Saddened & Shocked’ By Husband’s Actions

The wife of the man who killed four people and injured up to 50 in a terrorist attack on Parliament last week has said she is “saddened and shocked” by her husband’s actions.

Rohey Hydara, believed to be Khalid Masood’s second wife, said she condemns the attack, and that she wishes those injured in the attack a “speedy recovery.”

Mar 28 14:31

British Woman Fighting Against ISIS In Syria Says MI5 Targeting Her Family

The first British female fighter to join the battle against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria says UK intelligence agency MI5 is targeting her family, who are now “afraid for their own safety.”

Mar 28 13:39

PM May To Meet Scotland’s Sturgeon Amid Independence Referendum Tensions

British Prime Minister Theresa May will come face-to-face with Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for the first time since the Scottish National Party (SNP) leader announced her intention to trigger a second independence referendum.

May is expected to meet the first minister just a day before the Scottish Parliament is due to vote on whether or not to seek another independence vote.

Mar 28 13:36

Sadiq Khan, London’s ‘Liberal Muslim’ Mayor, Has Ties To ISIS

In order to remain “politically correct” the British media has failed to report the fact that London mayor Sadiq Khan, a so-called “liberal Muslim”, has been affiliated with organizations tied to Hamas, Al-Qaeda, Al Nusra, ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Mar 28 12:29

BBC Bashed For Failing To Give Pro-EU Demonstration Primetime Coverage

The BBC has been accused of “ignoring” a large pro-European Union (EU) protest over the weekend, where several British establishment figures took to the rallying stage.

Mar 28 08:57

Top British Universities Found Producing ‘Fake Research’

Hundreds of allegations of “fake research” conducted at some of the UK’s top universities were reported between 2011 and 2016, figures show.

According to figures released by 23 of Britain’s 24 Russell Group universities following Freedom of Information (FoI) requests submitted by the BBC, the scale of fraudulent research is much higher than official Research Councils UK (RCUK) statistics suggest.

Mar 28 07:54

BBC Has Attacker's Alleged Wife Read Prepaired Statement

Attacker's Wife Condemns Actions

Mar 27 19:44

RAF fighter jets deployed to ROMANIA for ‘reassurance’ over Russia

RAF FIGHTER jets are being deployed to Romania in a bid to ‘reassure’ eastern European countries over continued aggression from Vladimir Putin's Russia.

Mar 27 19:42

Britain SHUNS Russia and scraps Boris Johnson’s trip in order to meet with NATO allies

BORIS Johnson has snubbed Russian officials and cancelled his visit to Moscow, it has been announced.

Mar 27 17:42

SAS troops 'could be deployed on UK streets following London terror attacks'

SAS troops could be permanently deployed on the streets of London following the Westminster terror attacks.

The reported move comes almost a year after the elite forced carried out a secret anti-terror operation in Birmingham - said to be a dress rehearsal in case of terrorism atrocities.

Mar 27 15:42

‘Largest Discovery’ Of Oil Off Scottish Coast Could Raise Chances Of Independence

An oil exploration company has hailed the “largest undeveloped discovery” of oil in UK waters, to the west of Shetland in Scotland. The find could influence the outcome of a second Scottish independence referendum.

Hurricane Energy said the discovery, from which an estimated 1 billion barrels could be extracted, is significantly larger than the average findings of 25 million barrels in recent years.

Mar 27 15:14

Britain’s Poorest Children Constantly Moving House & Going Hungry – Study

Children growing up in Britain’s poorest families are frequently made to move home, travel long distances to school and spend extended periods indoors because of how unsafe their neighborhoods are.

Mar 27 15:13

Khalid Masood Identified As Potential Extremist In 2010: Report

The British-born man who killed four people and injured more than 50 others in an attack outside the British Parliament in London last week was known as a potential extremist to UK intelligence agencies in 2010, a report says.

Mar 27 14:51

UK Takes Aim At Technology After Latest Muslim Terror Attack

Technology must be undermined in order to protect Brits from Muslims waging jihad, so says the UK's female home secretary Amber Rudd.

Mar 27 14:31

UK Govt ‘Using’ Westminster Terrorist Attack To Snatch More Spying Powers – Ex-Cybersecurity Chief

The British government is attempting to “use” the Westminster attack to gain unnecessary and intrusive surveillance powers, the Ministry of Defense (MoD)’s former cybersecurity chief has warned.

Mar 27 11:52

UK Activists Call For End To Saudi War On Yemen

A large group of people have gathered in Britain’s capital London to mark the second anniversary of Saudi Arabia’s ruthless invasion of Yemen, calling for an end to the deadly war.

Mar 27 10:56

UK Police Make Another Arrest In Parliament Attack Probe

The British police have made yet another arrest as part of their investigation into the recent terror attack near the Parliament in London.

The Metropolitan Police said on Sunday a 30-year-old man was apprehended in the central English city of Birmingham “on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts.”

Mar 27 10:15

SAS ON THE STREETS SAS troops ‘to be deployed to London’s streets permanently’ in wake of Westminster attack in bid to bolster security in capital

SAS TROOPS are to be deployed to London’s streets permanently in the wake of the Westminster attack to bolster security in the capital, it’s been reported.

Specialist soldiers will reportedly be placed on standby at a secret location in the city centre for at least the next year.

It comes as a ring of steel was erected around London’s landmarks to strengthen defences and prevent another attack.

Elite officers, normally based in Hereford, will be on an “immediate notice to move” and be armed with special “take-down” bullets, according to the Daily Star.

They’ll also reportedly be able to enter buildings using explosives or “fast-rope” from helicopters on to roofs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This appears as though the British government is trying to appear to be "doing something" to stop further attacks, but I strongly suspect that these efforts will not be effective.

And the reason I say this, is that what truly drives radicalisation and the ensuing terrorism rising from this radicalism, will never, ever get truly addressed.

The US and UK have a very martial appetite for invading countries; expropriating resources from those countries to which they have no moral right; making sure that the regime changes in those countries produce only Western-centric governments; and insuring that those resources are only sold in the "correct" currencies, i.e., (soon) the British Pound and the American dollar.

And those individuals in those countries for whom such actions are a really raw deal, have no voice; and if they protest, or become radicalised against this miserable imperialistic treatment, they are shot and killed. Innocents get shot at killed, like the innocent civilians in Mosul who were assassinated by US troops last week.

U.S. Investigating Mosul Strikes Said to Have Killed Up to 200 Civilians

To the thinking of those who profit mightily from empire, such deaths are simply "collateral damage", and of no consequence whatsoever; but to the people who have lost innocent loved ones, or whose loved ones have been maimed for life, as has happened in the extrajudicial assassinations by US drones in Afghanistan, these murders are a moral outrage.

How long does it take for that moral outrage against the deaths of innocents to be manipulated into revenge, and what form will that revenge take?!?

This is the question that no one in either the UK or US governments want to address; it's the geopolitical equivalent to kryptonite, because neither country wants to admit complicity in creating the problem in the first place, in this resource war.

But I do have a remedy for this, Prime Minister May and President Trump, and I encourage you to listen closely to what I am about to suggest.

The UK and the US have some of the finest universities and engineering minds on this planet. There should be dedicated funding, and joint collaboration of the top researchers in the US and UK on alternative energy resources that can move a tank, or enable a jet to fly.

Only then will both countries be able to end their resource wars, and focus on repairing internal infrastructure; and perhaps healing some of the intense damage these resource wars have done to hapless countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, and Yemen. The harm from the use of depleted uranium weapons in the last two-named countries will last for generations, as you well know.

Increase in Infant deformities in Yemen suggests USA/UK has supplied Saudi with depleted uranium weapons

Mar 27 09:35


The Devon and Cornwall police force, tasked with the patrol of the largest geographical area in England, are pioneering perpetual drone surveillance by establishing an unprecedented 24-hour drone surveillance of its patrol area set to begin this summer.

The police drones, also identified as “unmanned aerial systems,” have undergone smaller tests last year. Multiple reports state that the drones will mostly be used for locating crime suspects and missing persons as well as surveillance of crime scenes.

Drones indeed have a unique ability to scope areas that officers cannot approach on foot. A report published by the Cato Institute acknowledged that drones “allow police to investigate dangerous situations such as bomb threats and toxic spills.” These devices can seen as an advantage for civilians in peril, but they also serve as a troubling mechanism of undermining the personal privacy of a large population.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Hmmmm.... that phrase "anti-social behaviour" can be translated in an incredible number of ways.

I am a Christian witness, and a Christian pacifist activist, who never advocates violence, but constantly exhorts her government to resolve its geopolitical problems through ethical, hard-won negotiations, rather than through war.

To the warmongers and presstitutes who constitute the American deep state, do these attitudes and actions make me "guilty" of alleged anti-social behaviour?!?

Unfortunately, at this time in the American republic's history, the short answer is, yes.

Take a good hard look at the NDAA, the National Defense Authorization Act.


Under this law, I can be jailed, indefinitely, with no due process whatsoever for simply thinking about geopolitical issues differently than does my government, and posting it on Mike's blog, even though I never, ever advocate violence as an answer to anything.

Mar 27 09:06

BBC Slammed By MPs For ‘Bias’ & ‘Pessimistic’ Brexit Coverage

A cross-party group of MPs has slammed the BBC over what they called its “skewed” and “pessimistic” coverage of Brexit following the EU referendum vote in June.

More than 70 MPs have signed a letter to BBC’s Director-General Lord Hall, claiming the corporation has failed to “break-out of pre-referendum pessimism” and acknowledge the upbeat economic news following the vote to leave the EU.

Mar 27 08:30

Smears by Israel envoy rejected in UK Parliament probe

A formal investigation has rejected Israeli government claims that a British lawmaker hosted an anti-Semitic event in Parliament.

The complaint stems from an October 2016 meeting hosted in a parliamentary committee room by Jenny Tonge, a member of the unelected upper chamber, the House of Lords.

It was organized by the Palestinian Return Centre, a UK-based advocacy organization, to launch the Balfour Apology Campaign. The campaign seeks an official apology from the UK government for Britain’s promise a century ago to help the Zionist movement establish a homeland in Palestine.

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It does get tiring after a while, doesn't it?

Mar 27 08:06

From Paramilitary To Peacemaker: Former IRA Commander & NI Leader Martin McGuinness

Former Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness died Tuesday morning following a battle with a rare heart disease. The Sinn Féin member and former IRA leader played a key role in negotiations during the peace process.

McGuinness,66, died just two months after stepping down from office, with tributes pouring in from Northern Ireland and elsewhere.

Mar 27 06:39

The GREAT FUEL CON: Fury at £6 billion petrol ‘rip off’ for British motorists

British motorists saw petrol prices cut over the weekend by leading supermarkets Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s by 2p.

According to FairFuelUK however, these prices should still 2p lower given the big fall in oil in recent weeks.

In addition to this, FairFuelUK claims that petrol prices were far higher in the UK than they should have been even before the fall.

Mar 27 06:38

Poundland's 99p Stores fall into administration: 60 shops across the UK to SHUT

HIGH street chain 99p Stores is to shut, after the Poundland-owned company fell into administration.

Mar 27 06:29

'I am a superwoman' Remain crusader Gina Miller pledges to DISRUPT Brexit process

GINA Miller has promised to keep trying to disrupt the plans of Theresa May and her Government in hammering out a Brexit deal, declaring she is "superwoman".

Mar 27 06:21

UK govt ‘using’ Westminster terrorist attack to snatch more spying powers - ex-cybersecurity chief

The British government is attempting to “use” the Westminster attack to gain unnecessary and intrusive surveillance powers, the Ministry of Defense (MoD)’s former cybersecurity chief has warned.

Major General Jonathan Straw says ministers are trying to use the terrorist incident last Wednesday to push for handing security services more powers, despite the weak case for it.

His comments come after Home Secretary Amber Rudd said it is “completely unacceptable” that authorities cannot look at the encrypted social media messages of attacker Khalid Masood on platforms such as WhatsApp.

Mar 26 20:22

BBC's coverage of Brexit 'overwhelmingly negative' - report reveals EU bias

A REPORT into the BBC’s coverage of Brexit has found the public broadcaster has been overwhelmingly negative about Britain leaving the European Union.

The research into flagship Radio 4 show Today, compiled by independent news monitoring group News-watch, found that of the 366 guest speakers who appeared in the Business News segment between June 24 and December 22 last year, 192 of them (52.5 per cent) were negative about it.

According the research compiled on behalf of a cross-party group of MPs, only 60 (16.3 per cent) expressed opinions which were pro-Brexit or saw the post-referendum economic outlook as positive.

There were 114 (31 per cent) neutral contributions.

Mar 26 09:40

British taxpayers have paid more than '£500BILLION into EU since UK joined the bloc'

Experts have argued that even after rebates, refunds and public sector grants, the UK’s total net contribution stands at £184,535million up to the present day.

Conservative MP Peter Bone and member of Leave Means Leave, described the amount as “horrifying”.

David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, will use the data to counter Brussels’ demands that Britain must cough up £50billion as part of a Brexit bill for leaving the sprawling European superstate.

Mar 26 09:34

How UK's 'Brexit bill' is being spent: anti-smoking in China and yak herders in Tibet

PART of the UK's £50bn "Brexit bill" will be spent on far flung projects miles away from Europe - including supporting Tibetan yak herders and stopping Chinese children smoking.

Mar 26 09:04

US Will Keep Ground Troops in Libya

In a press briefing at the Pentagon today, African Command leader Gen. Thomas Waldhauser announced that the US intends to keep ground troops in Libya for the foreseeable future to support “friendly forces,” and to “degrade” the ISIS forces that remain in the country.

Waldhauser did not specify how many US troops are in Libya now, or how many will stay, but did estimate that there were less than 200 ISIS fighters left in Libya. The US had announced the end of the anti-ISIS campaign in Libya back in December, but never fully withdrew from the country.

The US forces were in Libya trying to help the “unity” government defeat ISIS in the city of Sirte. US officials repeatedly claimed the city was totally surrounded, and that no ISIS fighters would get away, though when the fighting finally ended, a substantial number of ISIS fighters did in fact get away.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: this is "military-speak" for the reality that the US government is never leaving Libya because of the oil and the oil pipelines.

Mar 26 08:57

MEGA BEX - Climate Change Caused Brexit Explains Al Gore…

Gore, who was speaking at an event to promote his latest global warming propaganda documentary – An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power – said the Brexit vote in Britain last summer was the result of “political instability” created by the “stress” caused by climate-change induced chaos in the Middle East.

It all began in Syria, Gore explained, unchallenged by a fawning interviewer from the film magazine Empire.

He proceeded to outline his lavishly complex climate conspiracy theory involving climate change, Syria, and Wikileaks:

Mar 25 20:20

Is CO2 behind Brexit?! Al Gore says GLOBAL WARMING led to shock Leave victory

IN ONE of his most astonishing claims ever, the former US Vice President Al Gore insisted that the Brexit victory was impacted by climate change and rising temperatures.

Mar 25 17:15


Four people were killed this morning in a terror attack located on the Westminister Bridge. The attacker used a knife and his car to kill and injure innocent victims. Reports say the attack was ISIS inspired and left over 20 people injured.

Mar 25 17:00

'What is the point?' Tim Farron STUNNED as Sky News anchor savages 'useless' EU march

A SKY News anchor tore into the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron for today's pro-EU and anti-Brexit march in London as too little, too late.

Mar 25 08:27

Rest of EU must not be CONTAMINATED by Brexit, says Schauble

BRUSSELS does not want to punish Britain over Brexit but must look after the European Union’s remaining member states, according to German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble.

Mar 24 15:28

Whistleblower Reveals UK Police Hacking Emails Of Journalists, Activists

By Derrick Broze

The U.K. Metropolitan police are accused of collaborating with Indian police and hackers to illegally access the emails of hundreds of activists and journalists.

A secret unit of the Metropolitan police has been partnering with hackers to monitor the emails of hundreds of political activists and journalists, according to a whistleblower familiar with the unit. The individual claims that the secret unit worked with Indian police and hackers to steal the passwords for the emails of activists, reporters, and photographers...

Mar 24 13:45

UK Journalist Hails 'Magnificent Diversity' Of Those Killed In London Terror Attack

New Statesman political editor and journalist George Eaton unsarcastically hailed the "magnificent diversity" of those killed in this week's terror attack in London.

Mar 24 10:59

‘What about Yemen?’ Western hypocrisy in wake of Westminster attack called out on Twitter

The outpouring of grief and solidarity in the aftermath of the Westminster terrorist attack has provided westerners with some modicum of hope, but such reactions are not universal, with many pointing to the lack of response to attacks elsewhere.

Mar 24 10:06

Jihadi terror manuals on how to use a car as a 'tool of war' for mass murder can be found in just two minutes on Google and Twitter

Guides to mounting a car terror attack were available on Google and Twitter last night.

The vile manuals were online despite widespread warnings that UK jihadists use them for training.

Fanatics are urged to deploy large vehicles as ‘tools of war’ before going on a stabbing rampage – the template for Wednesday’s atrocity in Westminster. Boris Johnson accused social media websites of inciting terrorism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What this man did was horrific, hideously immoral, and inexcusable.

But the bigger question that this article in the did not want to answer is, why did this man become so radicalised, to the point where he felt he had no other possible response to his anger but the slaughter of innocents, who had done him utterly no wrong whatsoever?!?

I think that, at least, part of the answer to this is the way American, and Western foreign policy has been conducted for quite some time.

The US government, as does the UK's, has a pathological appetite for militarily subduing parts of the planet with the resources it wants; expropriating those resources to which it has no moral right; insuring that the leadership in the countries from which they are being extracted is Western-centric; then insuring that those resources are only sold for the US dollar.

And those living in the countries where this is happening, who do not see this arrangement as being good and positive for the citizens of that country?!?! They get assassinated with extrajudicial assassination drone strikes, which have killed thousands of innocents; children, women, and the medically fragile elderly.

The US and British governments, collectively, cannot say with a straight face that there is no blood on their hands through its military misadventures in places like Yemen; Syria; Africa; Iraq; and Afghanistan, to get those resources it believes that further wars will require. And this, too, is horrific, hideously immoral, and inexcusable.

But they wrap these wars in a cheap, Chinese-made flag of patriotism, and tell the kids going off to fight them, that these wars are about duty; honor; courage and defending their "way of life", when these wars are ultimately only about improving the corporate profits of those companies involved in the military/industrial complex, and expropriating foreign resources through more wars of conquest.

When Karl Marx made the observation that all wars are economic, he was definitely on to something.

So what is ultimately to be done here?!?

I have a very lovely, bright, and spiritually clear first cousin, about 20 years my senior, who is a professor emeritus of Constitutional Law for a major university.

He says that by the US and the UK government spent a fraction of the money it has spent on these horrific wars, many of which the US military is still finds itself enmeshed, and spent it on the development of workable alternative energy which actually can drive a tank, or power an airplane, or a rocket, this would make these wars of conquest unnecessary and irrelevant.

I think my first cousin is entirely right; if the US and UK really want to stop terrorism dead in its tracks, they must stop mucking about in other peoples' countries, and not create the fury and radicalisation over 3rd world exploitation which can manifest like this horrific attack at London's Parliament.

But if the US and UK do not do this kind of development of alternative energy, so that we are not dependent on fossil fuel into the future, then you have to realize that, to those elites in both governments, attacks like this against their hapless citizens, against which these governments cannot protect against, are simply "the cost of doing business", and these damned, perpetual wars will continue, as will the rage that will continue to manifest as murderous violence against both their soldiers in country, and against our citizens.

Mar 24 09:49

BEX ALERT - How London attacker Khalid Masood snapped because of racism in his village - then went to jail and became radicalised

Khalid Masood, the Westminster attacker, snapped because of racism in his village and slashed the face of a cafe owner before being radicalised in jail.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"See? Ultimately it's you WHITE people to blame for the Parliament attack!!!!" -- ABCNNBBCBSFOX

Mar 24 08:05

The London Terrorist Was British Born; But that Doesn’t Mean Mass Immigration Was Not a Factor

The MSM are engaged in a full on operation to defend mas immigration in light of Wednesday’s London terror attack.

Mar 23 21:35

London terror attacker 'previously on MI5's radar and had STABBED a man in the FACE'

THE British-born terrorist who killed five and injured at least 29 others during a sickening attack in Westminster was reportedly once charged with GBH after stabbing a man in the face.

Mar 23 15:20

Westminster Assailant Was British-Born And Known To MI5: May

UK Prime Minister Theresa May says the Westminster assailant was British-born and known to the country’s domestic intelligence agency, MI5, and had been investigated before.

Mar 23 14:35

7 Arrests After UK Parliament Terrorist Attack – Scotland Yard

A total of seven suspects have been arrested in raids at six different locations in connection with Wednesday’s attack near the UK Parliament, Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer has said.

The raids were conducted overnight in Birmingham and at several other locations across the country.

Mar 23 14:34

UK Tanks Arrive In Estonia, Joining NATO Troops To Deter ‘Russian Aggression’

The first group of British tanks and armored vehicles has arrived in Estonia, part of a broad military deployment by the NATO military alliance to Eastern Europe to deter “Russian aggression.”

Mar 23 14:05

Amnesty Blasts US, UK For Saudi Arms Deals

Amnesty International has condemned the US and UK for their “shameful” weapons transfers to Saudi Arabia, saying Washington and London are fuelling the serious human rights violations and devastating civilian casualties in Yemen committed by Riyadh.

Mar 23 11:14

5 Terrorist Attacks That Shook London

The car-and-knife attack in Westminster on Wednesday was the deadliest terrorist attack in the UK’s capital in more than a decade. RT looks back at the trail of gruesome stabbings, car attacks and bombings that have taken place in London.

Mar 23 10:42

#WeAreNotAfraid: Londoners Show Strength & Solidarity In Aftermath Of Westminster Attack

As the world comes to terms with Wednesday’s attack on Westminster in London, the resounding message online has been one of strength, solidarity and praise for the remarkable and fearless work of the emergency services.

Mar 23 09:28

London Weeps After Muslim Massacre But Theresa May Still Cannot Utter The Words ‘Islamic Terror Attack’

MPs almost unanimously agreed with the Prime Minister, lining up to warn against “demonising” and “stigmatising” Muslims, and to condemn “Islamophobia” and “racial and religious” discrimination.

Mar 23 08:57

BREAKING: London terror attacker named as violent criminal Khalid Masood

THE MAN believed to be responsible for yesterday's deadly terror attack in Westminster, London has been named by police as Khalid Masood - a violent, career criminal born in the UK.

Mar 23 08:52

BREXIT BOOST: Michel Barnier drops bombshell as he vows EU will sign trade deal with UK

BREXIT negotiator Michel Barnier today dropped a bombshell as he said the EU was determined to seal a "unique" trade deal with an independent Britain as soon as possible.

Mar 23 08:49

'Are you kidding me?!' Donald Trump Jnr fumes at Sadiq Khan over terror threat remarks

DONALD Trump Jnr has fumed at Sadiq Khan after he previously said the threat of a terror attack was “part and parcel” of living in a city.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Look, being robbed, raped, blown to bits; it's all worth it to be a slave to the New World Order!!!!" -- SoreAss

Mar 23 08:42

BOOM!! Nigel Farage Just said what the US needs to do and fast

Mar 23 06:11

London Terror Attack: 5 Dead and Dozens Injured

For the first time in a decade, the UK is again the site of a mass casualty terror attack.

Mar 22 20:22

Petrol consumption hits record LOW as rising prices push households to 'breaking point'

Official figures show motorists’ milage in January fell to its lowest on record and 12.7 per cent below the same period five years ago.

HM Revenue and Customs figures show that, in January UK drivers got through 1.351 billion litres of petrol or one per cent down on the previous January.

Over the whole of last year petrol consumption was down 12.5 per cent compared to five years previously.

The dip in demand follows petrol pump prices rising above 120p a litre for the first time since December 2014.

Mar 22 20:19

Tony Blair was warned about results of opening borders

Our former prime minister was at it again over the weekend telling Andrew Marr that he “didn’t know the numbers” of migrants who would come to Britain from the 10 countries that joined the EU in 2004.

It is incredible that Blair expects anybody to believe his protestations of ignorance when he was given so many warnings about what would happen.

Alongside Cyprus and Malta the so-called A8 countries – the former Soviet states of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and Slovenia – all joined the EU on May 1, 2004.

The most serious report commissioned by Home Office officials estimated that somewhere between 5,000 and 13,000 people from these countries would come here every year.

Nobody in their right mind believed that figure. Nigel Farage, speaking on TV, said it would mean “a lot more people coming into Britain”.

Mar 22 20:15

State Pension age proposal: Millions could now have to wait until they are 68 to claim

MILLIONS of middle-aged workers will have to wait an extra year for their State Pension under new proposals being considered by ministers.

The state pension age could increase to 68 by 2039 – seven years earlier than planned, according to former CBI director general John Cridland, the Government’s independent reviewer of state pension age.

And the triple lock guarantee which sees the State Pension rise by at least 2.5 per cent should be scrapped during the next Parliament.

If the recommendations are taken up, people now in their 40s face their state pension age being pushed back a year meaning more than five million people – around 750,000 people a year for seven years – would be forced to wait longer for the state pension.

Mar 22 16:08

Hundreds Mourn Martin McGuinness, Ex-IRA Commander

People across Ireland have payed tribute to Martin MacGuinness, the late deputy first minister and the ex-commander of the Irish Republican Army (IRA).

Mourners in Belfast and Dublin lit candles and said prayers while holding pictures of the former IRA commander who died on Tuesday at the age of 66.

The cause of his death has been described as a rare heart condition.

Mar 22 15:44

Scottish MPs Expected To Support New Independence Referendum

The Scottish parliament is expected to support Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on her bid to hold a new independence referendum.

The vote is planned on Wednesday following a two-day debate which was being held despite opposition from London.

Mar 22 14:59

NOW Can We Admit the War On Terror Has Failed?

In the wake of the terror attacks in England, France, Germany and elsewhere, can we finally admit that the war on terror is an utter and complete failure?

Mar 22 13:46

George Galloway To Stand In Gorton By-Election, Condemns Labour’s All-Asian Shortlist

Former MP George Galloway is making a comeback to politics by running in the highly-contested Manchester Gorton by-election.

Galloway, originally a Labour MP before setting up his own party, Respect, announced on Tuesday he will stand as an independent at the election which is likely to be held on May 4.

Mar 22 13:12

Al Jazeera Viewers 'Reacted To London Terror Attack With Joy'

Viewers of Al Jazeera reportedly reacted to the London terror attack "with joy."

Mar 22 11:43

UK Parliament terror attack: Knifeman stabs cop, vehicle mows down pedestrians

The alleged assailant, believed to be an Asian man in his 40s and armed with an “eight-inch knife”, was shot by police inside Parliament’s grounds about 2.40pm Wednesday (1.40am Thursday AEDT). It is not clear if he is dead.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

According to The Sun, this is the suspect. Doesn't look very Asian to me!

Mar 22 10:43

Parliament terror attack – Two dead and others ‘catastrophically’ injured after 4×4 mows down a dozen people on Westminster Bridge – as terror cops hunt ‘second suspect’

Pictures of a man believed to be a suspect have emerged and show a blade lying on the cobbled street next to him – as it is reported police are hunting a second suspect.

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Look at the photos of the suspect. How is that open-borders thing working out for you?