Oct 06 08:18

‘Brexit means FREEDOM’ – Ex-Australian PM Tony Abbott rushes to propose trade deal with UK

FORMER Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has proposed a "no tariffs" trade deal between Australia and the UK.

Oct 05 13:42

False EU Referendum Claims ‘Not Important,’ Didn’t Influence Outcome – Brexit Secretary

Although mistruths were claimed by both sides of Britain’s EU referendum, such “hyperbole” was unimportant and did not influence the outcome, the UK’s Brexit secretary has claimed. His comments came as the leader of the pro-Brexit party UKIP resigned.

Speaking at the Conservatives’ conference in Birmingham on Tuesday, Brexit secretary David Davis admitted that claims made by both sides of the referendum couldn’t be “repeated on oath.”

Oct 05 12:52

Has Missing RAF Serviceman Been Abducted?

Police have expanded the search for a missing RAF serviceman who was last seen over a week ago, amid fears the 23 year old may have been abducted.

Corrie McKeague, a serviceman based at RAF Honignton in Suffolk, was last seen early Saturday morning in the town of Bury St. Edmunds, 12km south of the base. CCTV footage released by Suffolk Police shows McKeague leave the Grapes pub around 3am last Saturday morning.

Oct 05 11:11

MI5 Spy Narrowly Avoids Being Butchered By North London Islamists

A former MI5 spy narrowly avoided being butchered by terrorists while following a group of Islamist extremists in London, it has emerged.

The spy, who goes by the pseudonym Tom Marcus, claims to have narrowly avoided being lured into a trap set by radical Islamists who wanted to kill the intelligence operative.

Oct 05 10:51

Leader Of Pro-Brexit UKIP Party Quits After 18 Days

New leader of the pro-Brexit UK Independence Party (UKIP), Diane James, has stepped down just after 18 days in the role, citing “personal and professional” reasons.

“It is with great regret that I announce that I will not be formalizing my recent nomination to become the new leader of the party,” James said in a statement posted on her Twitter account late Tuesday.

Oct 05 08:31

Boris & Cameron Settle Brexit Feud Over Whiskey In Jerusalem… Freezing Out ‘Backstabber’ Gove

Their 30-year friendship came under strain when Johnson abandoned Cameron’s campaign to keep Britain in the EU to lead the charge for the opposing side.

The politicians, who have known each other since their days at Oxford University, exchanged personal insults during their referendum campaign.

Oct 04 17:02

Human Rights No More? UK To Exempt Troops From European Convention To Stop ‘Annoying’ Claims

UK government will allow its military to violate European human rights law to boost their confidence on the battlefield and stop a “witch-hunt,” as it does not want to spend more on “vexatious” and “false” charges against troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Oct 04 13:37

Inquiry Into Botched VIP Pedophile Investigation Will Condemn Individual Police Officers

A review of Scotland Yard’s investigation into an alleged VIP pedophile network will criticize individual officers involved in the probe, which failed to find any evidence to support allegations of torture, sex abuse, and murder, it has emerged.

Oct 04 09:51

Plan for UK military to opt out of European convention on human rights

Controversial plans for the military to opt out from the European convention on human rights (ECHR) during future conflicts will be introduced by ministers, to see off what the prime minister described as an “industry of vexatious claims” against soldiers.

The long-mooted idea will be announced on Tuesday at the Conservative party conference by Theresa May and the defence secretary, Michael Fallon, although it was immediately criticised by human rights groups who said it was based on a false narrative of spurious lawsuits.

May said the change would “put an end to the industry of vexatious claims that has pursued those who served in previous conflicts”. It would be implemented by introducing a “presumption to derogate” from the ECHR in warfare.

Fallon, in comments released ahead of his conference speech, said: “Our legal system has been abused to level false charges against our troops on an industrial scale.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Great: with this withdrawal European convention of human rights, now the UK military will be able to maim, torture, and kill with impunity!!

And if these claims against the UK military were completely illegitimate, how in the world could have possibly cost British taxpayers millions?!?

This move doesn't augur well for peace and social justice, and telegraphs that the management of the British military believes that they are on their way to some major military confrontations around the world.

Oct 04 06:15

US, UK, France, Italy, Germany to meet Weds on Syria: Germany

Senior officials from the United States, Britain, France, Italy and Germany are to meet in Berlin Wednesday to try to find ways to resolve the conflict in Syria, a German foreign ministry official said, confirming a story in the Tagesspiegel daily.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note that neither Syria nor Russia are invited to this meeting, which means the topic under discussion is outright invasion to remove Assad.

Oct 04 05:04

How Britain funds the 'propaganda war' against Isis in Syria

Contractors hired by the Foreign Office but overseen by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) produce videos, photos, military reports, radio broadcasts, print products and social media posts branded with the logos of fighting groups, and effectively run a press office for opposition fighters.

Oct 04 04:56

UK troops to be 'protected from vexatious claims' - Fallon

Legal measures have been unveiled by the government to protect UK troops from "vexatious" legal claims.

The change in policy, announced at the Conservative conference, would mean parts of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) could be suspended during future conflicts.

Oct 03 10:22

The Cowardly BRICS Bank Nations (Except Russia)

It seems that with every single day, both the Mainstream and Alternative Media are reporting more and more innocent men, women, children, and little babies being blown to bits by bombs and artillery, or drowning somewhere off the coast in some remote ocean off of North Africa or Southern Europe on their way to flee from the bombed out desperation and horror of NATO’s carpet bombing of Libya, or from Western Intelligence and Saudi Arabia/Turkey/Israel’s proxy group ISIS, and their collective attacks on Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and the Kurds.

With each and every additional single day of this mindless bloodshed, the world watches and wonders why it is being allowed to continue.

Oct 03 10:17

UK State Sponsored Child Sexual Abuse Cover-Up Latest: Top Lawyer Ben Emmerson Suspended

So-called human rights lawyer Ben Emmerson e-mailed panel members to warn them not to talk publicly.

Oct 03 09:05

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson Refers To Africa As ‘That Country’

During a speech at the Conservative Party conference, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson mistakenly called Africa a “country” instead of a continent.

Johnson made the remarks on Sunday in what was his first speech as Foreign Secretary to the party.

Oct 03 09:05

‘Sudden, Unilateral’ Brexit Against Law, May Suggests

British Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the Conservative Party’s annual conference, rejecting any “sudden and unilateral withdrawal” from the European Union.

During her speech on the first day of the party’s annual conference at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, central England, May reiterated Saturday that the UK would invoke the Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March following a June referendum in favor of a British exit.

Oct 01 18:27

Other EU Countries ‘Shunting’ Asylum Seekers To ‘Soft Touch’ Britain, Claims Archbishop Of York

EU nations must offer asylum to refugees in their own countries rather than “shunting” them to Britain, the Archbishop of York has said.

Dr. John Sentamu, the Church of England’s second highest cleric, blamed the existence of the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais on the Schengen zone, which allows migrants from the Middle East and Africa to pass through Europe and reach the English Channel without any passport checks.

Oct 01 08:11

Exposed: ‘Revolving door’ between British govt and arms dealers

Peace campaigners have exposed the cozy relationship between the British government and the nation’s arms dealers by publishing details of meetings between weapons manufacturers and public officials.

According to data analyzed by Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), the Defence and Security Organization (DSO) has had more than 1,000 meetings with industry representatives since 2010.

Sep 30 14:18

Donald Trump Is Right: America’s Infrastructure Is Falling Apart

The amount of money that the US Transportation takes in ever year, particularly within the Tri-State Area, is truly staggering – some would argue that is in the trillions of dollars per year with the obscene amount of tolls, taxes (federal state and local) as well as the other methods of raising revenue that should be earmarked for American infrastructure – the ultimate question is where the hell is all of this money going?

People constantly talk about “Auditing the Fed,” but what about auditing the US Department of Transportation?

Sep 30 11:01

Queen’s English Will Be Unrecognizable By 2066, Thanks To TV And Immigration – Experts

American television shows, computer voices, and immigration will drastically reshape Britain’s regional accents over the next 50 years, linguists predict.

In a report published by academics at the University of York, linguistic experts said the UK will lose all its local dialects and phrases by 2066.

Sep 29 12:53

Record Number Of Guns Seized In London Over Last Year, Says Police Chief

A record number of firearms, including semiautomatic weapons, have been seized in London, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has said.

Sep 29 10:37

Paul Fromm Interviews Alison Chabloz

Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, interviews singer, songwriter and musician Alison Chabloz.

Alison Chabloz was banned from performing at this year's "Edinburgh Festival Fringe" in Scotland for being too "political". The "Ed-Fringe" bills itself as "Defying the Norm since 1947"

Sep 29 08:17

Hysteria at UN Betrays Western Terror Sponsors

Hysteria and histrionics at the United Nations Security Council from the three permanent members, the United States, Britain and France, was tantamount to a signed confession. Ironically, one can imagine how the wording of such a «confession» would go: We the intensely vexed members are hereby displaying our boorish displeasure that the terror proxies we covertly sponsor in Syria for regime change are being thrashed.

Such was the tawdry display of undiplomatic conduct by the US, Britain and France, with officials from these countries inveighing against Russia with unsubstantiated, sensationalist accusations of committing war crimes. The intemperance was then followed by tantrums and walk-outs from the Security Council meeting – a meeting that these three members had originally convened.

Sep 29 08:16


It is a very interesting question.
I think Brexit is misunderstood in the rest of Europe in compare to how it is understood in Great Britain.

Brexit opened out grey divisions in British society. This divisions are not simply about disconnecting with European Union. Brexit is only partly deals with the European Union, as far as British people understand it, In many respects, Brexit was a vote against political correctness in Britain. And the divisions are extremely deep.

Sep 29 08:01

Saudi prince & Queen Elizabeth handed £900K EU taxpayer-funded subsidies

A Saudi prince and the Queen have been named in a list of wealthy landowners in the UK who receive hundreds of thousands of pounds in taxpayer-funded EU subsidies.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh yeah; they really need the money!

Sep 28 14:30

UK To Help Ankara ‘In Any Way’ To Join EU, Boris Johnson Says On First Post-Brexit Visit To Turkey

The UK will “help Turkey in any way” to join the EU despite Britain’s own decision to leave the bloc, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has said, stepping away from the anti-Turkish rhetoric he used during the pro-Brexit campaign.

“We may be leaving the European Union but we are not leaving Europe. And Britain… will help Turkey in any way,” he said on Monday, arriving on his first official visit to Turkey as British Foreign Secretary, as cited by AFP. Johnson is scheduled to meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday.

Sep 28 12:34

China–UK Investment Cooperation: Life After Brexit. Chinese Expansion in the UK

In 2000–2015, the United Kingdom ranked first among EU countries in the terms of accumulated Chinese FDI: €15.164 billion compared to Italy’s €11.186 billion, France’s €9.485 billion and Germany’s €7.905 billion. According to data provided by Baker & McKenzie international law firm, Chinese investments totalled $3.3 billion in 2015. Prior to 2012, China mostly invested in banking, solar power, the automotive industry and communications. Over the last few years, however, China has started to invest in more hi-tech manufacturing companies and infrastructure, while finance and the real sector are being pushed back. What is more, Chinese companies are transitioning from the acquisition of minority stakes in various companies to a more active merger and acquisition policy. Despite China’s relevant transactions in the United Kingdom being smaller in monetary terms, their number is growing rapidly.

Sep 28 08:20

Plot to keep Britain IN the EU: Lord Hain warns of Brussels plan to reverse Brexit vote

BRUSSELS is plotting to reverse the historic Brexit result and keep Britain in the EU.

The alarm was raised after former Europe minister Peter Hain, a leading Remain campaigner, told a fringe meeting at Labour's conference in Liverpool that EU bosses are prepared to ditch their rules to keep Britain in the EU.

This appeared to be confirmed by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy saying he would offer Britain a chance to reverse its historic Brexit vote if he is re-elected next year.

Sep 28 08:08

Hysteria at UN Betrays Western Terror Sponsors

Hysteria and histrionics at the United Nations Security Council from the three permanent members, the United States, Britain and France, was tantamount to a signed confession. Ironically, one can imagine how the wording of such a «confession» would go: We the intensely vexed members are hereby displaying our boorish displeasure that the terror proxies we covertly sponsor in Syria for regime change are being thrashed.

Sep 28 07:27

The Anglo-American War Machine

Contrary to the incessant grandstanding by US and British politicians that they are committed to promoting freedom, democracy and peace around the world, the evidence proves that the Anglo-American establishment is in the business of war, destabilization and conflict creation. On top of the numerous imperial wars in the Middle East and North Africa that the Anglo-American establishment has spearheaded, the true nature of these two powers is further confirmed by the fact that Britain is now officially the second biggest arms dealer on the planet, second only to the US.

Sep 27 18:21

UK Remains Opposed To EU Army, Says Will Harm NATO

Despite a decision to leave the European Union (EU), the UK will continue to oppose the creation of an EU army as it will “undermine” the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), says British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon.

Speaking to the press ahead of informal talks with his counterparts from the European Union (EU) in Bratislava, Fallon said Tuesday that London “remains committed” to Europe’s security but would under no circumstance approve of an EU army.

Sep 27 15:38

First US shale gas arrives in Britain as fracking debate reignites

The first shipment of US shale gas to Britain arrived in Scotland on Tuesday, opening a new source of supply for the UK at a time of mounting debate over whether it should exploit its own unconventional gas resources.

A tanker carrying 27,500 cubic metres of ethane has docked at the Grangemouth refinery in the Firth of Forth for use in chemicals manufacturing by Ineos, the petrochemicals group.

Ineos said the cargo marked the opening of a “virtual pipeline” across the Atlantic connecting the UK market with cheap and plentiful US shale gas.

Sep 27 14:48

UK Muslims No Longer Trust Police Due To Discrimination: Burnham

The UK government’s so-called “Prevent” policy has alienated Muslims across Britain to a point that they no longer trust the British law enforcement, says prominent Labour lawmaker Andy Burnham.

Speaking at a conference organized by a non-profit called Muslim Engagement and Development (MEND), Burnham called for a “root and branch review” of the government’s constant monitoring of Muslim communities so that the real extent of Islamophobic crimes in the country could be measured.

Sep 27 14:38

War Continues Between U.S., Russia Diplomats Over American Aggression, U.K. Joins The Fray

By Brandon Turbeville

The American airstrikes on Syrian forces in Deir al-Zour on Saturday have produced a chain reaction throughout the diplomatic world with Russia calling an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council regarding the attacks and causing a war of words between Russian and American ambassadors...

Sep 27 10:11

Diamond review: Loans 'should replace' tuition fees grant

A grant covering Welsh students' tuition fees should be replaced with support for living costs instead, a review of university finance has said.

All students would receive £1,000 a year before a means tested grant, according to an expert panel led by Prof Sir Ian Diamond.

A student from a family on average income could receive £7,000 a year.

But the current £5,100 grant towards tuition fees would be replaced by loans.

Sep 27 07:54

Britain will be better off than the EU after Brexit and 'highly attractive' for investors, says Germany business chief 

Britain will thrive outside the European Union as the bloc turns inward, a top German business leader has said.

Mathias Döpfner, chief executive of media giant Axel Springer, said the UK would be ‘highly attractive’ to investors after it left.

Sep 27 07:48

Scholar: US, UK Supporting War Crimes in the Middle East

Stephen Zunes, a California-based international relations scholar, states that London and Washington demonstrate a double standard approach to war crimes.

Saudi Arabia has been bombing Yemen since 2015. The war has already left 10,000 people dead and over a million malnourished children, according to the UN. The UK is one of the major weapon providers for the Saudis. It approved over £3 billion in arms sales to reinstate former Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, a Saudi ally.

Sep 26 13:40

Norway’s theatre shows true grit our politicans lack

Perhaps the National Theatre of Norway can succeed where others have failed in getting across to world leaders the truth about Israel’s crimes against humanity.

Watch, listen and understand, Clinton and Trump, and hang your heads in shame for what you have become.

If you've never bothered, please do some homework on the subject before it's too late. And don't forget to apologize.

Sep 26 12:15

UK accused of blocking UN inquiry into alleged Yemen war atrocities of Saudi allies

Britain has been accused of blocking the UN inquiry into atrocities in Yemen allegedly carried out by its theocratic ally Saudi Arabia.

In an open letter to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), a group of NGOs has alleged that the UK is blocking the progress of the inquiry by failing to give backing to an effort by the Netherlands to set up a full investigation.

Since the conflict began the UK has sold more than £3 billion (US$3.9 billion) in arms to the Saudi regime and provided training on targeting both by warplanes and artillery.

Sep 26 09:21

Blair ‘Very Sorry’ Over Inquiries Into UK Soldiers’ Misconduct In Iraq, Afghanistan

Inquiries into misconduct by UK soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan have infuriated former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Blair said he was “very sorry” for the investigations, asserting they should have never been launched in the first place.

Sep 26 08:21

Yawn…Jews Are Furious Once Again

The Sunday Express reports: “Jewish community furiousat re-election of 'antisemitic' Jeremy Corbyn"

Jewish campaigners have reacted with fury to the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn, warning that with the left-winger in charge, the Labour Party is “no longer a safe place for British Jews”. Maybe, but also maybe it is time to accept that Jews don’t feel safe anywhere - not in France, not in Belgium, not in Monroe, NY, not even in Israel despite the IDF being one of the strongest armies in the world. But beware. If Jews do not feel safe anywhere, then makingthe Labour party into a Jewish safe haven may well be considered an anti-Jewish act.

Sep 25 12:35

‘Beholden to AIPAC’ — progressive senators

Senators Warren, Murphy, Brown sign letter seeking to limit Obama’s actions...

The news that many progressive US senators as well as vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine signed on to an Israel lobby letter designed to limit President Obama’s actions against the Israeli occupation, now nearly 50 years old, has been widely reported, but the plain facts need to be stated.

Yesterday the Israel lobby group AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, flexed its muscle against President Obama and on the side of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu by posting a letter signed by 88 senators warning President Obama not to back any international measures that would pressure Israel to withdraw from occupied territories.

Sep 24 10:01

Finally the Russians Have Caught On That Negotiation with Washington Is Pointless

No more provocations from Washington. Period. The insanity must stop. Now.

If the dumbshit Western peoples and the corrupt EU, UK, Canadian, Japanese, and Australian political puppets don’t wake up ASAP, war will be upon us, a war that cannot be won.

The criminal neoconservatives must immediately be removed from power in Washington before the insane fools start World War 3.

The CIA and the Pentagon must be put under tight constraints. And Donald Trump needs a massive trustworthy security guard.

The European governments need to immediately disband the NATO alliance.

Sep 24 09:58

Zionists Have Been Hypocritically Practicing “BDS” for Centuries

And all of these anti-BDS politicians and leaders are simply enabling this criminality and “chutzpah.”

Organized Zionism seems to conveniently forget that the original creator of these types of economic boycotts, sanctions and divestment programs to get other nations, individuals or political organizations to comply with their demands, or bring them to their knees, began with the Zionists themselves.

Sep 24 09:51

Did the Pentagon Bomb Syrian Army to Kill Ceasefire Deal?

The US has officially taken responsibility for the incident which it called a “mistake”...

A rift between the Pentagon and the White House turned into open rebellion on Saturday when two US F-16s and two A-10 warplanes bombed Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions at Deir al-Zor killing at least 62 Syrian regulars and wounding 100 others.

Many analysts now wonder whether the attacks are an indication that the neocon-strewn DOD is actively engaged in sabotaging President Obama’s Syria policy, a claim that implies that the Pentagon is led by anti-democratic rebels who reject the Constitutional authority of the civilian leadership. Saturday’s bloodletting strongly suggests that a mutiny is brewing at the War Department.

Sep 24 09:47

How Trump Wins the Debate

Trump has the same imperative and same opportunity as JFK and Reagan.

He has to meet and exceed expectations, which are not terribly high. He has to convince a plurality of voters, who seem prepared to vote for him, that he’s not a terrible risk, and that he will be a president of whom they can be proud.

He has to show the country a Trump that contradicts the caricature created by those who dominate our politics, culture and press.

The Trump on stage at Hofstra University will have 90 minutes to show that the malicious cartoon of Donald Trump is a libelous lie.

Sep 24 08:13

Brexit aftershock: Eurozone will NOW be run by member states NOT Brussels, says expert

THE EU faces an uncertain future post-Brexit with voters questioning the legitimacy of its institutions and member states concentrating more on their own domestic issues, a leading academic has warned.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"They can't DO that!" -- George Sore-ass

Sep 24 08:10

Nicola Sturgeon humiliated AGAIN as poll confirms Scots DO NOT want a second referendum

The YouGov poll found an incredible 54 per cent of Scots still support staying in the UK and just 46 per cent back a split from Britain.

Sep 24 08:09

SHAMBLES: Jeremy Corbyn RE-ELECTED as Labour leader with even BIGGER support

Of the 506,438 votes, Mr Corbyn gained 313,209 with Mr Smith wining just 193,329.

It means Mr Corbyn has increased his mandate among the party’s membership having won 61.8 per cent of the vote.

Last year, Mr Corbyn won 59.5 per cent of the vote.

Sep 23 19:00

UK Fighters Scrambled To Intercept Russian Bombers

Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland to intercept two Russian Tu-160 Blackjack bombers, the British Ministry of Defense said on Thursday.

Sep 23 17:53

Britain To Send £100mn In Aid To War-Torn Yemen… While Selling £3bn In Arms To Saudis

Britain is to increase spending on humanitarian aid to war-torn Yemen while at the same time signing off multibillion-pound arms deals to Saudi Arabia, which stands accused of war crimes.

International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced Britain will send an additional £37 million (US$48 million) in aid to Yemen this year, bringing the total package to £100 million.

Sep 23 14:51

Protect bank transfer scam victims, demands Which?

People who are tricked into transferring money to a fraudster deserve better protection, according to consumer group Which?.

In a challenge to regulators, it said that anyone falling prey to a bank transfer scam had no legal right to get their money back from a bank.

It wants them to order banks to offer people the same protection that credit card fraud victims receive.

But the banks' anti-fraud group said that a blanket approach would not work.

Sep 23 11:01

Lifejacket Graveyard: Charities Pay Tribute To Refugees In Heart Of London

Londoners were greeted with the sight of 2500 lifejackets used by refugees to cross the Mediterranean in London’s Parliament Square Monday morning.

Sep 23 10:32

Britain To Launch Brexit Talks In Early 2017: Boris Johnson

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said London plans to begin the formal process for leaving the European Union (EU) early next year following the Brexit vote in June.

Sep 23 10:18

Britain increases aid to Yemen while selling arms to Saudis - who are bombing Yemen

BRITAIN is to increase the amount of aid destined for those caught up in the civil war in Yemen - at the same time as it sells arms to the Saudi regime which is carrying out airstrikes in the war-torn Gulf state.

International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced that Britain will provide an additional £37million in funding for Yemen this year.

A total of £72m has already been committed to the crisis in Yemen by the UK Government.

But the Government has simultaneously approved more than £3billion in arms sales over the past 18 months.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

War profits uber alles, right, Prime Minister May?!?!?

May I politely remind you that the Saudi Arabian military has been committing war crimes all over Yemen, and that makes the UK a "Proud Partner in War Crimes"?!?

But hey, as long as your defense industry is making profits, nothing else matters, right?!? Because for Members of Parliament, money appears to their only religion.

And they have to get those fat contributions from defense corporations to continue to stand for Parliament, right?!?!?

Sep 23 07:51

Arch-federalist Schultz issues THREAT to VETO Brexit deal if he doesn't get what HE wants

BRUSSELS parliament chief Martin Schulz this afternoon threatened to veto any future Brexit deal if he does not get what he wants out of the negotiations.

Sep 23 03:06

Female Volunteers At Calais Jungle 'Having Sex With Multiple Refugees A Day'

Is this why women are so eager to import these Third World migrants?

Sep 23 02:59

VIDEO: Black Male Violently Kicks Old White Man to the Ground, Onlookers Film and Laugh

Disturbing video reportedly out of London shows a black male violently kick an old white man to the ground while two female onlookers, one of whom filmed the incident, are heard laughing over the attack.

Sep 22 13:53

Hungary Claims Parts Of London A ‘No-Go Zone’ Because Of Terrorists Posing As Migrants

The Hungarian government has defended issuing leaflets that label a dozen areas in Britain, including London, Southampton and Peterborough, “no-go zones” because they are overrun by migrants.

According to the Independent, it says there are more than 900 areas in Europe which have too many migrants whom “the authorities cannot keep under control.” It says in these areas, “the norms of the host society … barely prevail.”

Sep 22 12:48

UK Defense Secretary Cites Progress In Anti-Daesh Fight

UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon says Daesh Takfiri terrorists are being eliminated particularly in Iraq.

Fallon made the remarks at a press conference during a visit to the Iraqi capital Baghdad, where he praised anti-ISIL efforts in Iraq and Syria, both gripped by the Takfiri militancy.

Sep 21 16:41

UK Starts Building ‘Great Wall Of Calais’ To Keep Jungle Camp Refugees Out

The construction of a 1-kilometer concrete barrier passing by the infamous “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, northern France, began Tuesday. Dubbed the “Great Wall of Calais” by the media, it aims to stop asylum seekers from entering the UK.

Sep 21 14:51

Slovak PM Robert Fiko Wants EU To Punish UK After Brexit Vote Proves EU Is A Gangster State

Fico says his country along with Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic will veto any deal that would limit their citizens’ access to Britain’s labor market. Fico said they consider a failure to get equal labor rights for eastern Europeans already working in Britain a deal breaker. Fico made the remark after E-U leaders held their first summit to discuss the future of the bloc without Britain. At the summit, the leaders warned Britain that its continued access to the EU’s single market hinges on freedom of movement for E-U workers in Britain.

Sep 21 08:24

30 Israeli, Foreign Intelligence Officers Killed in Russia's Caliber Missile Attack in Aleppo

"The Russian warships fired three Caliber missiles at the foreign officers' coordination operations room in Dar Ezza region in the Western part of Aleppo near Sam'an mountain, killing 30 Israeli and western officers," the Arabic-language service of the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted battlefield source in Aleppo as saying on Wednesday.

The operations room was located in the Western part of Aleppo province in the middle of sky-high Sam'an mountain and old caves. The region is deep into a chain of mountains.

Several US, Turkish, Saudi, Qatari and British officers were also killed along with the Israeli officers. The foreign officers who were killed in the Aleppo operations room were directing the terrorists' attacks in Aleppo and Idlib.

Sep 20 15:01

Sacked BBC Journalist Who Refused To Prioritize Prince George’s Birth Wins £51k In Court

A BBC journalist who was allegedly fired for prioritizing a report on Sri Lankan violence anniversary over the birth of Prince George has received £51,428 in compensation after suing the news outlet for unfair dismissal.

Chandana Keerthi Bandara, 57, was in charge of overseeing the publishing of stories on July 23, 2013 – the day after Prince George was born. However, he said he chose not to prioritize the royal birth, partially because it clashed with the anniversary of Black July – a wave of anti-Tamil violence which led to hundreds of deaths in Sri Lanka in 1983.

Sep 20 12:59

Never mention the J-word – it’s not applicable to Palestine!

Stuart Littlewood highlights the absence of the word “justice” when European and US politicians talk about peace in the Holy Land, and notes the other ruses used by Israel and its apologists to avoid justice for the Palestinians.

Sep 20 09:16

Israel To Get 38 Billion Dollars US Aid Package — Good Idea ?

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 — President Barack Obama‘s administration pledged the United States’ largest-ever military aid package to Israel on Wednesday — nearly $40 billion over 10 years.

A "memorandum of understanding" committing the US to providing $38 billion in military aid to Israel over the next ten years.

Sep 20 09:12

Finally Well Deserved Recognition for Deplorables

Public outrage over Hillary’s remarks should be overwhelming.

When the criminal Clinton cabal announces that their infamous foe and now world renowned ‘basket of deplorables’ are threats to their power establishment, you are really hearing an admission that they are losing the war of ideas.

It has long been a well established fact that psychopaths on the loony left are existing in a parallel universe, but it is relatively new just how desperate they have become since the public is waking up...

Sep 20 09:09

Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton – The debate

Question: What kind of foreign policy agenda can we expect?

Donald Trump is one of the most unorthodox presidential nominees in American electoral history. He is unpolished and very brash. But some of his foreign policy ideas are intriguing, even common sense. This terrifies and enrages the establishment.

The Hillary Doctrine: if elected, what kind of foreign policy agenda can we expect? Does Clinton hold an extreme view of American exceptionalism? And is she now a neoconservative?

Sep 20 08:17

Online scammers speed up: Hit gold every 15 seconds

There were over one million fraud attempts in the UK in the first six months of 2016, or one every 15 seconds - more than 50 per cent higher than the same period of last year.

Between January and June 2016 there were 1,007,094 fraud cases in the UK compared to 660,308 in the first six months of 2015. Each case represents a card or account attacked, not an individual person.

Financial Fraud Action UK figures include payment card, remote banking and good old fashioned cheque fraud losses.

Sep 19 20:40


Constricting snakes instinctively 'know' that the secret to killing their prey before eating them is to tighten the death grip each time the rodent exhales. Each new exhalation (emptying of the lungs) provides the snake that much more space to constrict the poor exhausted creature further and further.

As it is with snakes, a clever Globalist-Marxist knows when to pause the pressure on his squirming victims (us!) and when to start squeezing again. That's exactly what the European Union is doing here. After a 2-year period in which as many as 2 million Turd World invaders broke into Europe, the Globalists feel it necessary to lighten up a bit on their death grip. In doing so, the growing outrage and passionate political activism of the native European people will soon yield to an "exhalation" -- followed by an even tighter constriction.

Squeeze - relax. Squeeze - relax. The EU snakes know better than to try and kill their victims too quickly.

Sep 19 18:38

Fury as London's Labour mayor Sadiq Khan allows David Miliband migrant charity to take over Parliament Square with 'life-jacket graveyard' protest

Around 2,500 lifejackets have been laid out across the site usually reserved for military memorials in an all-day protest - despite a three-hour limit on such events imposed by the Mayor's office.

It was organised by charity the International Rescue Commission - whose president is former Labour MP and foreign secretary David Miliband - urging the UK to do more to help those fleeing war torn countries by giving them a home here.

But many have criticised the 'misjudged' display and said it will encourage more people to risk their lives in dangerous crossings to Europe.

Sep 19 18:29

New fears over Hinkley as scientists warn risks of nuclear power plants are seriously underestimated

Experts from the UK and Switzerland said that the true cost of the project could be much higher because of the underestimated risks.

They blamed the miscalculation on a conflict of interest of industry bodies who have a stake in the major investment going ahead.

Their estimations were based on ‘flawed and woefully incomplete data,’ scientists wrote in the journal Risk Analysis as they called for more transparency in the nuclear industry.

And according to the largest analysis conducted on the risks of nuclear accidents a disaster on the scale of Fukushima is ‘more probable than not’ in the next 100 years.

Sep 18 16:58

FLASHBACK - dispatches - inside Britain's Israel Lobby

Sep 18 13:01

Actress Kimberlin Brown : Business Women for Trump

“One third of small businesses are owned by women…

“To the 9.5 million women business owners, who employ about 8 million workers, adding value about 1.5 trillion dollars to our economy; I urge you to think about how important this election is for your future…

“Who do you think better understands your challenges ?

“A career Washington insider… OR A successful businessman who knows how to make a pay roll…?

Sep 18 12:56

If Trumps Wins, Hillary and Bill Clinton Go To Jail!

The gloves are off and Hillary is being pummeled. This is much more than death by a thousand cuts.

The events of the past week have made it clear that this is not only a fight for who becomes president.

Sep 18 12:50

Israel To Get 38 Billion Dollars US Aid Package — Good Idea ?

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UPI) — President Barack Obama‘s administration pledged the United States’ largest-ever military aid package to Israel on Wednesday — nearly $40 billion over 10 years.

Philip Giraldi joins today’s Liberty Report to break down the agreement and discuss whether it really does, as Rice claims, benefit US security.

A "memorandum of understanding" committing the US to providing $38 billion in military aid to Israel over the next ten years.

Sep 18 09:39

Brexit could be pushed back until 2019: report

The British newspaper The Sunday Times has reported that officials are warning of a potential delay in the UK's leaving the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to kick-start negotiations soon.

Sep 18 09:35

Visegrad Group of EU states 'could veto Brexit deal'

Hungary, Poland, Czechia and Slovakia have said they're ready to veto any Brexit deal that would limit their citizens' rights to work in the UK. Article 50, which will begin the process, has yet to be triggered.

Sep 17 15:09

MPs Pile Pressure On To Halt To UK Weapons Sales To Saudi Arabia Over Yemen Civilian Casualties

A committee of UK lawmakers have called on London to stop the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia until an inquiry into Riyadh’s human rights violations in Yemen is complete.

Sep 17 14:14

UK's 'withered' armed forces could not withstand Russia attack, retired general warns defence secretary

Britain's armed forces would not be able to protect the country from a full-scale attack by Russia or another serious military power, the recently retired commander of Joint Forces Command has warned. General Sir Richard Barrons, who left his post in April, delivered a scathing assessment of the UK military in a 10-page private memorandum to Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon. The assessment comes despite the Government's decision to increase defence spending by nearly £5 billion by 2020/21 and to meet Nato's target to spend 2% of GDP on defence for the rest of the decade. In his memo, Sir Richard said: "Capability that is foundational to all major armed forces has been withered by design." He went on: "There is a sense that modern conflict is ordained to be only as small and as short term as we want to afford - and that is absurd.

Sep 17 13:45

9/11: 15 Years Of A Transparent Lie — Paul Craig Roberts

There are many conspiracy theories about 9/11. The US government’s own expanation of 9/11 is a conspiracy theory in which a few Saudi Arabians outwitted the American national security state. Little doubt that many of the more imaginative conspiracy theories were created for the purpose of stigmatizing any skepticism, no matter how well reasoned and supported, of the official story.

These groups of qualified and experienced people say that the official story of 9/11 is false.

Sep 17 13:34

Britain to block EU army

Nato rival will not happen, vows defence secretary. Britain will veto measures to build an EU army for as long as it remains a member of the union, the defence secretary has warned. Sir Michael Fallon’s comments came as it emerged that France and Germany had drawn up a timetable to create a “common military force” that would rival Nato in army capability. According to a document discussed by EU leaders at a summit in Bratislava yesterday, the European Commission will put forward proposals in December for the common military force, with the aim of agreement by June next year. Britain was not invited to the summit. Sir…

Sep 17 13:11

FBI grilled over handling of Clinton investigation

As lawmakers continued to probe Hillary Clinton’s private email use, the aide who set up the service declined to appear before the House committee. FBI officials had to be given a summons to produce documents on the investigation.

On Tuesday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee summoned contractors and former State Department officials who set up and maintained Clinton’s email servers and mobile devices. However, the key Clinton aide, Bryan Pagliano, did not show up for the hearing, pleading Fifth Amendment protections against self-incrimination.

The afternoon before, the committee dressed down FBI’s Acting Assistant Director for Congressional Affairs Jason Herring, who was at pains to explain his absence from a major meeting last week and the bureau’s reluctance to hand over unredacted investigation documents.

Sep 17 11:15

UK Determined to Keep Targeting Civilians with Sanctions

Britain is determined to push on with sanctions against Russia despite a Defence Committee report finding the measures mostly affect civilians and have no impact on the country’s military infrastructure. The government response to the ‘Russia: Implications for UK defence and security’ report was published on Thursday. The UK said it is keen to see the current sanctions “roll over” into the next year. While the committee agreed the sanctions should continue, it found “their effects are felt most keenly by the Russian public and they have not reduced Russian military investment and expansion.” The committee also raised concerns about NATO readiness for war, particularly that of the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) of which UK forces are a component part.

Sep 17 09:42

Royal Navy sinking fast as 'lack of money and manpower' forces ships to stay in port

THE Royal Navy is sinking fast due to a lack of money and manpower forcing ships to remain in port instead of sailing the open seas, according to a former First Sea Lord.

Sep 17 09:35

UK to BLOCK hated EU army plan in final blow to Juncker’s Brussels superstate plot

BRITAIN is set to veto Jean-Claude Juncker’s plan for an EU army in a parting shot as Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said there can be no rival to NATO.

Sep 16 12:20

Britain Must Stop Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia: MPs

A number of UK lawmakers have called on London to stop the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia until an inquiry into Riyadh’s human rights violations in Yemen is complete.

The Committee on Arms Export Control (CAEC) has raised serious concern about the UK’s commitment to international law regarding the sale of arms, the British media reported on Thursday.

Sep 16 10:51

Ofcom To Begin Regulating BBC In Major Tory Shakeup

Britain’s public broadcaster, the BBC, will soon come under the watchful eye of Ofcom like every other media channel in the country, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley confirmed after publishing the Beeb’s new draft charter.

Sep 16 08:31

UK gov’t plan to oppose ‘Russian propaganda’? Pump money into BBC

Among the measures the British government has proposed to counter alleged Russian ‘propaganda and disinformation’ is the provision of extra funding to BBC World Service to produce more content in Russian.

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Sep 15 17:00

Warsaw Police On Patrol In Essex After Polish Man Killed In ‘Hate Crime’

Two Polish police officers have been sent from Warsaw to the streets of Essex in southeast England following the killing of a Polish man and a spike in racist hate crime after Britain’s vote to leave the EU.

Harlow’s Polish community is said to be “scared and worried” after the killing last month of Arkadiusz Jó?wik, 40, by a gang of teenagers.

Sep 15 14:17

‘Turn them back’ Boris Johnson says migrant boats should be sent straight back to Libya

BORIS Johnson said boats full of migrants should be sent back to Libya to stop them from reaching Europe’s shores.

The Foreign Secretary said boats should be turned back as close to Libya as possible to stop migrants even attempting the crossing.

Mr Johnson said a European Union naval force deployed in the Mediterranean should prevent the boats from reaching Italy.

Sep 15 13:42

GCHQ To Build ‘Great Firewall’ To Protect Against Cyber Threats

The new cyber agency of UK spy center GCHQ is gearing up to build a ‘great firewall’ to block malicious sites used for hostile cyber attacks and combat cybercrime.

The flagship DNS filtering program will involve automating defenses against unsophisticated but high-volume cyber attacks, the head of the new National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Ciaran Martin, told a conference in Washington, DC.

Sep 15 12:40

Swedish Prosecutors Will Interview Assange At Ecuador’s London Embassy Oct 17

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to be interviewed on October 17 at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, say Swedish prosecutors.

The questioning will be conducted by a prosecutor from Ecuador, however Chief Prosecutor Ingrid Isgren and a police investigator from Sweden will also be present and are expected to ask questions through the Ecuadorian.

Sep 15 11:03

Billie The Sperm-Sniffing Police Dog Recruited To Track Down Rapists

Police in Derbyshire have employed a specially-trained dog, Billie the cocker spaniel, to track down sex offenders by sniffing out their semen.

Sep 15 10:36

Cameron Responsible For ‘Erroneous’ UK Strategy In Libya, Leading To Rise Of ISIS – MPs Report

The UK strategy in Libya was based on erroneous facts, and the operation to protect civilians turned into “regime change by military means,” a report by UK Foreign Affairs Select Committee said, adding that ex-PM David Cameron is “ultimately responsible.”

The report dubbed “Libya: Examination of intervention and collapse and the United Kingdom’s future policy options” was released on Wednesday.

Sep 15 08:54

Argentina To Hold ‘High Level’ Talks With Britain About Falklands At UN

Buenos Aires will hold “high level” talks with UK officials on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly next week, Argentina’s president has announced.

Mauricio Marci said the discussions would aim to foster a “positive relation with the UK,” but at the same time he insisted the disputed Falklands Islands would be a key topic.

Sep 15 07:48

UK Government Refuses To Give MPs Vote On Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

The British government refuses to give lawmakers a vote on whether to keep selling arms to Saudi Arabia, engaged in war crimes in Yemen.

In a leaked draft report last week, the Committee on Arms Exports Control echoed both the European Parliament and the Commons International Development Select Committee in calling for arms sales to the monarchy to end.

Sep 14 19:27

Not To Be Sniffed At: Queen’s Guards Filmed ‘Snorting Powder’ Off A Sword In St. James’s Palace

Military officials are investigating after mobile phone footage emerged allegedly showing two officers from the Queen’s elite personal guard snorting a powdery substance thought to be cocaine off a ceremonial sword in St. James’s Palace.

The incident, which involved a major and a captain from the Coldstream Guards, reportedly took place at the royal residence where the pair were among the most senior officers guarding the Queen.

Sep 14 19:19

British MPs Blame Cameron For Libya Debacle, Rise Of Daesh

British lawmakers have blamed former UK prime minister David Cameron for the unending crisis in Libya and the rise of the Daesh terrorist group there.

In a damning report, MPs condemned Cameron’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 for lacking both “accurate intelligence” and a coherent strategy.

Sep 14 15:43

British ‘White Widow’ Reportedly Training Women Jihadists To Attack West

British ‘jihadist bride’ Sally Jones is reportedly heading a new wave of all-female Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) cells with their children in tow, helping them to prepare revenge attacks on the West.

The so-called ‘white widow’ is a former punk rocker from Kent who converted to Islam and traveled to Syria with her 11-year-old son Joe ‘JoJo’ Dixon to marry terrorist hacker Junaid Hussain. He was killed in a US drone strike in Raqqa last year.

Sep 14 14:56

CCTV Footage Shows Sickening Hunting Knife Attack In London (VIDEO)

Metropolitan Police have released CCTV footage of an attacker using a hunting knife to slash the face of man in west London.

In dramatic footage recorded on the surveillance camera of a house in Shadwell Drive, Northolt, the alleged attacker can be seen approaching his victim with a knife concealed behind his back.

Sep 14 14:13

Menwith Menace: Britain’s Complicity In Saudi Arabia’s Terror Campaign Against Yemen

The ‘mainstream’ Western media is, almost by definition, the last place to consult for honest reporting of Western crimes. Consider the appalling case of Yemen which is consumed by war and an ongoing humanitarian catastrophe.

Sep 14 13:46

Every Major UK Religion Wants Invaders

The leaders of every single major religion in Britain have called upon the U.K. Government to take in even more Third World invaders in an unprecedented joint “interfaith declaration.”

Signed by leaders from Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Muslim, Sikh, and Zoroastrian congregations, the declaration called for “safe and legal routes” in the UK for the invaders.

Sep 14 09:46

London Cops Target Black Men Just To Boost Arrest Rates, Police Diversity Chief Admits

Metropolitan Police officers “routinely discriminate against black people” in stop-and-search operations in the British capital, according to Scotland Yard’s new head of diversity.

Sep 14 08:23

David Cameron is blamed for the rise of ISIS as a damning report says his 'ill-conceived' war on Colonel Gaddafi 'made the world more dangerous'

David Cameron's 'ill-conceived' military intervention in Libya fuelled the migrant crisis and spurred the growth of ISIS, MPs warn today.
In a devastating verdict, the Commons foreign affairs committee savages the former prime minister's judgment in rushing to war in 2011, saying the intervention was based on 'erroneous assumptions'.
The cross-party committee accuses Mr Cameron of ignoring military chiefs and a lack of reliable intelligence to pursue an 'opportunistic policy of regime change' in Libya.

Sep 14 08:22

Oxfam: UK Among Most Unequal Countries In World

The London-based world’s leading charity, Oxfam, has declared the United Kingdom as one of the most unequal countries in the world, saying wealth inequality contributed to the Brexit vote.

According to a report published by Oxfam on Tuesday, the accumulated wealth of Britain’s richest one percent is more than 20 times the total of the poorest fifth in the country, meaning that one in five people live below the poverty line and struggle to pay their bills and provide food.

Sep 13 16:30

Open Democracy? Brexit Negotiations May Be Kept So Secret Not Even Parliament Will Be Told

Until Article 50 is initiated and Britain officially begins the process of leaving the European Union, no news on Brexit negotiations will be disclosed to the public, MPs or peers – not even in private.

The announcement was made by Secretary of State for Leaving the EU David Davis, who told the House of Lords: “Clearly there is a need for Parliament to be informed without giving away our negotiating position. I may not be able to tell you everything, even in private hearings.”

Sep 13 15:21

Brexit minister defies Lords demand for vote on triggering Article 50

But appearing before the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr Davis said the outcome of the EU referendum had been clear and that a vote against invoking Article 50 would set Parliament against the people.

"The Government position is that it is an exercise of Crown Prerogative. The theory of it is the Crown represents the nation," he said.

"This is the only time that I am aware of in British history that the Crown Prerogative has been backed up by a 17.5 million vote mandate.

"A proposal that could put Parliament in opposition to the people over something as simple as this is an extraordinary one."

Mr Davis also issued a sharp warning to peers not to try to block the legislative changes that will be needed for Britain to leave the EU.

Sep 13 13:24

Lockerbie Bomber Al-Megrahi’s Son Moving To Scotland To Clear Father’s Name

In a bid to overturn his late father’s 2001 conviction for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie in 1988, Khalid al-Megrahi, 31, is planning to move to Scotland.

He says he hopes to launch a fresh legal appeal to clear his father’s name after a third attempt collapsed last year because of the lack of family involvement in the case.

Sep 13 12:39

This is outright gas sliding

Fake polls and propaganda.

Continue to expose the sinister Hillary Clinton campaign for what it is: a wildly failed attempt by a handful of elites to seize power. They were hoping for a home run by rigging the corporate media, instead they’ve struck out – word of Hillary Clinton’s poor health and erratic behavior has gone mainstream, and will continue to do so.

Vicious warmongers in favor of surveillance, wars for profit, and centralized financial authorities.

Sep 13 10:21

British Airways Flight 274 From Las Vegas To Heathrow Declares Medical Emergency – Reports

British Airways flight BA 274 from Las Vegas to London Heathrow has landed safely after declaring a mid-air medical emergency over Scotland.

The aircraft, a Boeing 747, left Las Vegas at 9.20pm local time on Sunday, September 11, and was scheduled to arrive at London Heathrow at 3.30pm UK time (14:30 GMT). It was about one hour away from landing when the emergency was declared.

Medics met the aircraft at Heathrow.

Sep 13 09:44

The richest one per cent of the UK population now owns more than 20 times the total wealth of the poorest fifth, making the country one of the most unequal in the developed world

The figures suggest that around 634,000 Britons are worth 20 times as much as the poorest 13 million and the charity urgedTheresa May to take action to close the gap between the “haves” and the “have nots”.

Sep 13 08:34

Cost Of Brexit: Brits May Have To Fork Out For Europe Visas

British travelers may soon have to apply and pay for visas to visit Europe as a result of Brexit negotiations, a Tory MP has confirmed.

The scheme reportedly being debated by the executive body of the EU suggests the 26-nation, passport-free Schengen zone – which does not include the UK – could operate something similar to the American ‘ESTA’ visa waiver program.

Sep 13 08:18

Brexit bonus? Half of Calais migrants want to claim asylum in France rather than reach UK

HALF of the migrants living at the notorious Jungle camp in Calais want to stay in France and claim asylum rather than sneak into Britain, charities have revealed today.

Sep 13 08:18

Is Merkel about to form a new alliance with Baltics to plug Brexit power vacuum?

DESPERATE Angela Merkel could be looking to forge a new alliance with Baltic nations in a bid to cling on to power in the wake of Brexit.

Sep 13 08:16

Open democracy? Brexit negotiations may be kept so secret not even Parliament will be told

Until Article 50 is initiated and Britain officially begins the process of leaving the European Union, no news on Brexit negotiations will be disclosed to the public, MPs or peers – not even in private.

Sep 13 07:52

‘I’m going to BURN EU flag’ Brit’s fury as she calls for Merkel to stand trial in Hague

Jenny from Milton Keynes said the first thing she would do when Theresa May liberated the UK from the red-tape obsessed officials was to take the Brussels' flag out in her front garden to set it alight.

She also said she wanted to burn the Maastricht treaty and everything else that has tied Britain to the EU.

A delighted Nigel Farage burst out laughing as he was left speechless by the woman’s passionate plea for UK to become a sovereign nation once more.

Sep 13 07:17

Pro-Israel donor suspended by Labour

A millionaire donor to the UK’s Labour Party has been suspended by party officials after lashing out at supporters of left-wing leader Jeremy Corbyn as Nazis.

The BBC reported on Sunday that Michael Foster had been suspended for breaching party rules prohibiting abuse.

Sep 13 07:16

Theresa May: Same Type of Witch, New Type of Wicked

The day after the British people voted to leave the EU David Cameron announced he was stepping down “by October”. He assumed it would take that long for his Conservative Party to find a successor. When a new leader came about sooner than anticipated, Cameron fled at the earliest opportunity rather than finishing up his remaining business. He has not offered to serve his successor, and she has not asked him to.

Theresa May has been in office since July 13th. This was the earliest date at which Her Majesty The Queen was able to meet both her and Cameron in the palace, and go through the formal process of being informed by Cameron that he could no longer fulfil his commission and that Mrs. May now had “The Confidence of The House”. Cameron then went out of the back door and May came in the front door and kissed hands with her. Thus Theresa May became the UK’s second female Prime Minister, without the public being consulted on the subject, as is usual in such cases.

Sep 13 07:16

'How utterly useless is he?' Anger as Remainer Smith says he may even SCRAP POUND

LABOUR leadership candidate Owen Smith has said he would reapply to join the European Union if he was to be elected as prime minister in 2020.

Sep 13 07:13

Houses of Parliament restoration: Pest control bill RISE to a whopping £8,500 per week

New figures reveal that the renovation of Westminster cannot come soon enough, with up to £8,500 a week spent on tackling pests including flies, moths and pigeons.

The bill to the taxpayer has risen by 48 per cent over the last five years to £103,157 last financial year.

Sep 13 07:06

House of Lords slams brakes on Brexit – saying Article 50 MUST be agreed by Parliament

A GROUP of unelected peers have today claimed Parliament must have a veto on when Theresa May triggers Brexit.

In a new report, the House of Lords’ Constitution Committee have demanded the Government should not invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - the formal process by which Britain will quit the bloc - without explicit parliamentary approval.

They claim it would be “constitutionally inappropriate” for the Prime Minister to proceed without the consent of MPs and peers.

Sep 13 07:00

UK one of the most unequal countries, says Oxfam

The richest 1% of the UK population owns more than 20 times the wealth of the poorest fifth, according to Oxfam.

That made Britain one of the most unequal countries in the developed world and contributed to the vote for Brexit, the charity said.

Its analysis found that about 634,000 Britons were worth 20 times as much as the poorest 13 million people.

Sep 12 16:24

Snouts in the BBC trough: The 'grotesque' pay-offs handed to BBC bosses - revealed by the crusading politician who called them to account

BBC director-general George Entwistle had been in his job for just 54 days when he resigned. Few people shed any tears at his departure. He was not only an ineffective leader, but he’d just given a lamentable interview to John Humphrys on the Radio 4 Today programme.

Still, after 20 years of moving through the corporation ranks, Entwistle was clearly due something.

His pay-off, however, was astounding. As the BBC told the Public Accounts Committee, there had been £450,000 for starters, which was double Entwistle’s contractual entitlement. On top of that, he got the legal costs involved in negotiating his pay-off.

Plus a further £107,000 to pay costs he’d incurred while appearing as a witness at the Jimmy Savile sex-abuse inquiry — which was investigating dozens of allegations of rape, sex abuse and paedophilia by the BBC star. Plus 12 months of medical insurance. Plus £6,000 to cover PR costs — because his reputation was being trashed by the media.

Sep 12 16:06

Religious Leaders Urge UK Prime Minister To Do More For Refugees

British Prime Minister Theresa May is being criticized by more than 200 religious leaders for her government’s lack of concern for refugees.

Former archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, is set to lead a speech on Monday urging the British government to do more to help refugees fleeing Syria, Iraq and other war zones. Leaders of Britain’s major faiths said the government’s response to the refugee crisis is “too slow, too low and too narrow”.

Sep 12 15:44

‘Extremist’ Children Under 10 Referred To UK De-Radicalization Programs Daily

Efforts to stem Islamic and far-right extremism in the UK have led to children under the age of 10 being referred to government de-radicalization programs on an almost daily basis, new figures show.

A total of 4,611 people, around half of them children and teens, have been flagged up for possible intervention in the past year to stop them falling under the influence of extremist ideologies.

Sep 12 15:25

Wolf-whistling a HATE CRIME? Police aim to re-classify sexist acts

POLICE forces across the country are likely to reclassify sexist and misogynistic abuse as a hate crime.

Sep 12 01:25

Israeli Black Operations in the USA – Operation Honeypot

It is well known that the Israeli Mossad using their Sayanim network in the United States routinely engage in Black Operations (“Black Ops”) against US Citizens here in the United States.

They usually target anyone who they deem to be antithetical or non-supportive of Israeli domestic and foreign policy.

There is virtually no escape from this type of black op once a target has been selected.

They routinely target senators, congressmen, politicians, celebrities, CEOs, academics, intellectuals, journalists, diplomats, or anyone of relative importance in American society.