Sep 19 17:58

Dr Mike Yeadon: 'Government are using a Covid-19 test with undeclared false positive rates.'

The former scientific advisor at Pfizer, Dr Mike Yeadon, has reissued his challenge to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock regarding the coronavirus testing.

Speaking with Julia Hartley-Brewer, Dr Yeadon said the Government are "using a test with an undeclared false positive rate. That's dreadful.

"If you don't know what it is - shame on you."

Dr Mike Yeadon wants those who have tested positive for coronavirus to be tested again to eliminate the possibility of the test being a false positive.

Sep 19 12:37

THIRD of UK Covid victims in July and August 'died from OTHER causes' - including cancer or being hit by a car - Oxford University scientists reveal

The study shows that people who may have died from cancer or who were run over and killed, but who had tested positive for coronavirus, were included among the virus deaths even though it did not kill them.

Figures revealed in The Telegraph state that approximately one in 13 people who were said to have died from coronavirus during the whole pandemic did not die primarily from the disease.

This means that 7.8 per cent (3,877) of those listed as Covid-19 deaths by the Government did not die due to the virus being the primary cause.

Sep 19 06:46

‘Utter shambles’: UK court told escaped prisoner tried to turn himself in SEVEN TIMES but police refused

A British inmate who fled an open prison subsequently tried to hand himself in over the course of a month, but the Metropolitan Police refused to arrest him on seven occasions, his lawyer said.

Akram Uddin, who had been serving time for firearms offenses, fled incarceration on June 17 in order to visit his mother.

Within weeks, though, he had made seven attempts to surrender to the authorities. However, the officers at Lewisham police station in southeast London turned him away every time, Uddin's lawyer, Liam Walker, told Maidstone Crown Court during a sentencing hearing on Friday, the Guardian reported.

Sep 18 11:24

Second wave of Covid-19 coming to UK, says PM

The UK is "now seeing a second wave" of Covid-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said, adding "it's been inevitable we'd see it in this country".

Sep 18 09:36

UK government to retain fingerprints and DNA profiles of COVID-19 infectees under national security

COVID-19 infectees fingerprints and DNA to be gathered under "terrorism" clauses

Sep 18 08:42

Covid-19 was the 24th most common cause of death in England last month as official data reveals August was the LEAST deadly month since 2000

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows Covid-19 accounted for a mere 1.4 per cent of all deaths last month - just 482 out of 34,000.

Sep 18 08:35

Pound dips as Bank of England prepares for NEGATIVE interest rates if unemployment soars or second wave hammers the economy

The Bank of England will consider turning interest rates negative if the economy stalls in the face of soaring unemployment or a second wave of Covid.

Keeping interest rates on hold at 0.1 per cent today amid evidence that the economy is emerging well from the paralysis of lockdown, the Bank warned that the outlook was 'unusually uncertain'.

Minutes of today's monetary policy committee meeting show the Bank will in the following months consider the case for negative interest rates together with the Prudential Regulation Authority .

Sep 18 07:57

Up to 90 per cent of people diagnosed with coronavirus may not be carrying enough of it to infect anyone else, study finds as experts say tests are too sensitive

Health experts say PCR testing - the most widely used diagnostic test for COVID-19 in the US - are too sensitive and need to be adjusted to rule out people who have insignificant amounts of the virus in their systems because they're likely not contagious.

Today the PCR test, which provides a yes or no answer if a patient is infected, doesn't say how much of the virus a patient has in their body.

PCR tests analyze genetic matter from the virus in cycles and today's tests typically take 37 or 40 cycles, but experts say this is too high because it detects very small amounts of the virus that don't pose a risk.

Experts say 37 - 40 cycles is too much. The NHS is using 45 cycles... it any wonder there's a casedemic in the UK?

Sep 18 05:33

Government could use emergency powers to give the public an UNLICENSED vaccine - with midwives and soldiers trained up to administer it

The government could use emergency powers to vaccinate the public against Covid-19, it was revealed last night.

Ministers would utilise regulations to bypass EU laws if a vaccine becomes available prior to the end of the Brexit transition agreement on December 31, as reported by the i.

Even if a possible vaccine has not been passed by the European medicines watchdog the government will push to use it due to the threat the pandemic poses.

Sep 18 05:32

Downing Street is forced to deny claims it is planning for a nationwide two-week lockdown - as academic 'clarifies' Tweet that said Prof Chris Whitty was calling for the move

Downing Street last night insisted the Government is not preparing to impose a new two-week lockdown on the entire country.

Officials were forced to deny claims the chief medical officer has been pushing for short, sharp nationwide restrictions to tackle the rise in infections.

Professor Anthony Costello, a former director at the World Health Organisation, tweeted: 'I'm hearing from a well-connected person that government now thinks, in absence of testing, there are 38,000 infections per day.

Sep 18 05:21

Who the hell is running Britain? We need to be told – and fast! Says SIR BERNARD INGHAM

FRIENDS telephoning me in my Covid-shielded existence are very exasperated. "Who the hell is running Britain?", they demand, as if I ought to know.

It is a very good question. It will launch a thousand analyses by political historians and constitutional experts. Before they get to work with their hindsight let me try to answer this conundrum. One can only assume that Boris Johnson thinks he is pulling the strings. He was certainly going great guns before coronavirus hit us, with Brexit more or less sorted and ensconced in No 10 with a big majority, thanks to Labour seats in the Northern Red Wall falling to the Brexit Tories.

Sep 17 11:01

September's normal increase in coughs and colds is causing 'utter chaos' in Britain because the Government has left people terrified of coronavirus, top Oxford scientist warns MPs

Professor Carl Heneghan, a former doctor and now medicine expert at the University of Oxford, today vented his frustration about the 'panic' being stirred up over the coronavirus crisis.

Meeting with MPs on Parliament's Science and Technology Committee, he insisted coughs and colds spike every September when children head back to class, and become even more common during the winter.

But Government messaging about the deadly consequences of Covid-19 and forcing entire towns and regions into lockdown – rules that now cover 9.2million people – have left members of the public 'fearful' and 'terrorised'.

Sep 17 10:57

'Defund the BBC' campaigners raise £60,000 in donations towards bid to decriminalise non-payment of TV licence in wake of fury over corporation's 'rich list'

Defund the BBC, a right-wing group founded by Brexiteers, began crowdfunding in June and aims to decriminalise non-payment of the TV licence fee.

The group is using the money to create campaign material including billboards, merchandise and advertisements across social media.

The campaign says it has three main goals: to raise awareness of the legal implications of cancelling a TV licence, to urge the government to decriminalise non-payment of the licence fee and to lobby for the compulsory annual levy to be reduced to the lowest possible level in the BBC’s mid-charter review in 2022.

Sep 17 10:54

Flashback: Ofcom launches 'urgent' probe into David Icke coronavirus conspiracy comments on LondonLive

Ofcom bosses are launching a "full and urgent" investigation into David Icke 's coronavirus comments on LondonLive.

The notorious conspiracy theorist appeared on the channel at 10pm on Wednesday and sparked outrage by comparing Covid-19 vaccines to "fascism".

It sparked 41 complaints to the watchdog, and earlier today Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden called on Ofcom to launch a probe into the broadcast.

Now they have confirmed they are going ahead with a full investigation.

Sep 17 10:49

Government mulls emergency measures that would enable networks to SWITCH OFF your electricity without warning or compensation

A series of 'modifications' to the Smart Energy Code have been proposed by officials and look set to pass into law by next spring.

These include giving networks the right to decide when they consider the grid to be in a state of 'emergency' and the power to switch off high usage electrical devices such as electric vehicle chargers and central heating systems in British homes.

Under the plans all homes would need to have a third generation smart meter installed, to include a function that allows meters in the home to receive and carry out orders made by the energy networks.

This would dramatically alter the role of smart meters, which are currently capable only of sending data on energy use to energy networks.

A few months ago someone knocked on my door and asked if I wanted a smart meter. I bluntly said I wasn't interested. I'm now pleased I did this.

Sep 17 10:23

Delingpole: Boris Johnson Has Led a Fascist Coup Against the United Kingdom

Boris Johnson has led a fascist coup against the United Kingdom.

If that sounds like an exaggeration, just ask yourself how you’d have felt a year ago — or even six months ago — if you’d been told a British government was planning to institute a 10pm curfew, ban gatherings of more than six people, impose daily immunity tests before you were allowed to go about your business, employ Stasi-like volunteer ‘marshals’ to ensure public compliance and warning that it might even have to cancel Christmas?

Sep 17 10:05

Petition - Repeal the Coronavirus Act 2020

The Coronavirus Act grants potentially dangerous powers including to detain some persons indefinitely, to take biological samples, and to give directions about dead bodies. Powers last up to 2 years with 6 monthly reviews, and lockdown powers could prevent protests against measures.

The Act also lowers protections under the Mental Health Act. Only one medical 'officer' is required to sign off a compulsory treatment order. There are changes to the court system and registration of deaths, and inquests have been suspended in some circumstances. There is no requirement for any medical certification for cremations. It also provides for the indemnity of health service activity for those providing care to a person who has, or is suspected of having, coronavirus disease.

Sign this petition
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At 100,000 signatures, this petition will be considered for debate in Parliament

Sep 16 10:49

Outcry over Covid 'Stasi snoop' as Kit Malthouse says home-owners should snitch on neighbours

Boris Johnson was at the centre of a furious row today after a minister advised people to snitch on neighbours who break the new legal ban on gatherings of more than six people .

As the Prime Minister arrived in Downing Street juggling a baby bottle, Dilyn the dog, his red box and a folder under his arm, policing minister Kit Malthouse told the morning media round that residents should “absolutely” call the police if they see neighbours holding gatherings of seven or more next door.

Sep 15 09:57

BBC rich list revealed: Gary Lineker is knocked-off corporation's top-earning spot after taking £400,000 pay cut to £1.35m and promising to behave on Twitter - but Zoe Ball sees salary swell to £1.36m to become highest-paid star

Newsreader and election night presenter Huw Edwards is on more than £465,000.

Fiona Bruce takes home over £450,000 for her work on Question Time.

How many license fees are required to pay the salaries of the above two news readers?

(£465,000 + £450,000) / £157.50

5,714 license fees.

Sep 14 07:30

Stop Coronavirus Act 2020 Petition - We need a minimum of 100K


The petition has been taken down after collecting 10,000 in just over 24 hours.

They did not even give any reason beyond "It violates our community Guidlines"

Our democracy is dying before our eyes. was not our first choice, however when tried to log a petition directly with the parliament, the response was that, the petition has to be reviewed before it goes live to the public, and due to coronavirus, there are delays and it would be weeks.

We did not want to risk submitting and not having the petition go live for weeks, missing the crucial date of 26.09.

Bombard your MPs, let them know that this time they will be held accountable.

One of our members informed us there is a petition online submitted previously by someone we do not know or have any connection with, however it's for the same cause.

Lets get over a 100,000 before the 26.09.2020 so it can be discussed at parliament.

Sep 13 11:50

PETER HITCHENS: How the Government is wading into the swamp of despotism – one muzzle at a time

The Government has no legal right to impose the severe and miserable restrictions on our lives with which it has wrecked the economy, brought needless grief to the bereaved and the lonely and destroyed our personal liberty.

This is the verdict of one of the most distinguished lawyers in the country, the retired Supreme Court Judge Lord Sumption.

He said last week in a podcast interview: ‘I don’t myself believe that the Act confers on the Government the powers that it has purported to exercise.’

He was referring to the Public Health Act of 1984, the basis for almost all the sheaves of increasingly hysterical decrees against normal life which the Health Secretary Matt Hancock has issued since March. I promise you that it is not usual for a retired senior judge to use such language in public.

Sep 13 09:37

'Look at the size of this queue!': Shocking footage shows hundreds of people being forced to wait for FIVE HOURS to get a Covid test at a walk-in centre in Bury

A father was left stunned after seeing hundreds of people standing in a 'five-hour' queue waiting for Covid tests at a walk-in centre in Manchester.

Tony Kirvin, 43, needed to get his son Michael tested after the 14-year-old started showing mild symptoms and was sent home from school.

The nearest testing centre was a 120-mile round trip, which he said was not feasible, so Mr Kirvin instead drove to a walk-in centre near their home in Bury on Thursday.

But he was shocked to see hundreds of people queuing up outside the Mosses Centre, with many not wearing masks, video footage shows.

It comes amid wider complaints that the NHS Test and Trace system is directing people to Covid-19 test centres hundreds of miles away from their homes.

Sep 13 09:30

MASS TEST BID ‘Operation Moonshot’: £100BILLION plan could see entire UK population tested for coronavirus in just a week

TEN million daily Covid tests will be dished out to get Brits back to the footie, theatre and their mate’s house under new Government plans costing £100billion.

The entire population of the UK could be tested in a week under Downing Street’s ambitious Operation Moonshot programme.

Boris Johnson vowed to roll out new tests which can deliver results in just 15 minutes.

He said a negative result would give Brits a “freedom pass” — allowing people to mingle like they did before Covid.

But this morning Transport Secretary Grant Shapps admitted that the new tech wasn't ready yet.


Under the plan, Brits would swab themselves in the morning and be given a 24-hour pass to mingle without having to stick to social distancing rules.


However, critics have pointed out that the hugely expensive plan costs almost as much as the NHS's yearly budget for England - £130bn.

Sep 13 07:38

Saudi fighter pilots bombed UK weapons ranges during RAF training

Saudi fighter pilots have carried out air strikes on target ranges in the UK as part of training exercises with the Royal Air Force, the Ministry of Defence has revealed.

Details about the training programme were revealed on Friday by Declassified UK which submitted a freedom of information request to the ministry asking it to release video footage of the air strikes.

However, the ministry refused the request on the grounds that “releasing of the recordings of air-to-ground training sorties could prejudice the effectiveness and capability of RAF and RSAF [Royal Saudi Air Force] tactics”.

Sep 12 17:39

Coronavirus: Dentists 'firefighting' to deal with backlog

Dentists are "firefighting" to deal with a "huge backlog" and will not catch up until 2021, the Welsh general practitioners committee chairman said.

Tom Bysouth also warned many of Wales' 500 surgeries were facing the threat of redundancies or even closure.

He said untreated fillings could make teeth irreparable with signs of mouth cancer not being picked up.

The British Dental Association called for support, saying if practices fail, patients will have "nowhere to go".

"It will take a long time to catch up. Effectively, if we were acting in normal circumstances, it would take at least another six months," Mr Bysouth said.

Sep 11 09:48

TEST FAIL Coronavirus Scotland: Jason Leitch admits Covid-19 test is ‘a bit rubbish’ as it gives positive result to non-infectious

SCOTTISH Government health chief Jason Leitch admitted the tests used to detect Covid cases are “a bit rubbish”, it emerged today.

The national clinical director suggested the “antigen” tests - the results from which are driving ministers’ policy - are not fully reliable as they can give positive results to people who are not infectious.

Sep 11 07:41

EU Threatens Legal Action, Demands UK Scrap New "Intermarket Bill" By Month's End As Brexit Talks Suddenly Matter Again

As expected, Brussels isn't thrilled about new draft legislation from UK PM Boris Johnson that would effectively invalidate the hated "Irish Backstop" - as the provision in the withdrawal agreement was known before the treaty was ratified - and in a throwback to the thick of the deal talks from the spring of 2019, the latest news on the Brexit front is being blamed for a turnaround in US stocks.

Sep 10 12:15

Coronavirus: Long waits for hospital operations soar in England

The disruption to hospitals in England during the pandemic has meant the number of patients facing long waits for routine operations has soared.

More than two million people on the waiting list - half the total - have been waiting more than 18 weeks, the highest since records began in 2007.

Some 83,000 have waited over a year, up from 2,000 before the pandemic.

Sep 10 12:14

Coronavirus: New six people rule for 'no longer than we have to' - Hancock

The new coronavirus rules in England banning social gatherings of more than six people will not be kept in place "any longer than we have to", Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.

"This sacrifice is vital to control the virus for the long term," he told MPs.

Sep 10 11:23

FREEDOM PASS!? Operation Moonshot to test entire UK population

Boris Johnson vowed to roll out new tests which can deliver results in just 15 minutes. -- He said a negative result would give Brits a “freedom pass” — allowing people to mingle like they did before Covid.

Sep 10 06:30

US Democrats wade into row over Brexit deal: Nancy Pelosi backs the EU and Ireland and threatens a veto of US trade pact with Britain if Boris Johnson breaks the law and overrides Withdrawal Agreement

The US House of Representatives Speaker is threatening that there will be 'absolutely no chance' of a trade deal with Britain if Boris Johnson overrides the Brexit deal with Brussels.

Nancy Pelosi, a prominent Democrat, said that the American Congress would never pass an economic agreement that it felt could 'imperil' the Northern Ireland peace accord.

Ms Pelosi called the Good Friday Agreement the 'bedrock of peace in Northern Ireland and an inspiration for the whole world', adding that the deal was 'treasured by the American people and will be proudly defended in the United States Congress'.

Sep 09 05:33

A Sign Of Things To Come In US: Violent Progressive Group Going After Free Speech In England

Environmental activists blockaded two British printing presses Saturday, preventing a delivery of newspapers - a move that drew criticism from across the political spectrum and was criticized even by Boris Johnson.

Dozens of activists of the Extinction Rebellion targeted printworks in Broxbourne, north of London and Knowsley in northwest England. They stopped trucks and erected bamboo scaffolding outside the presses, blocking roads out of the facilities.

Sep 08 09:35

True scale of Britain's jobs bloodbath revealed: Thousands of firms planned more than 300,000 redundancies in June and July as coronavirus pandemic ravaged workplaces

Businesses across the UK planned more than 300,000 redundancies in June and July as coronavirus wreaked havoc on the economy, new figures have revealed today.

The crisis hammered UK firms as 1,888 British employers planned 156,000 job cuts in June, a sixfold increase on June 2019.

Some 1,784 firms made plans to cut nearly 150,000 jobs in July - almost a sevenfold increase on July 2019 - according to an FOI by the BBC.

The lay-offs have continued as Virgin Atlantic announced more than 1,000 additional job cuts on Friday, becoming the latest company to lay off large numbers of people.

It joined Costa to bring the total number of jobs lost in major redundancies to 2,800 last week alone.

Sep 08 08:16

Beauty salon is slammed after putting up poster denying coronavirus exists and telling customers they don't need to wear face masks

Skin Kerr Aesthetics, Hair and Beauty, in Bootle, Merseyside, shared the notice on its Facebook page, which has since been deleted.

The poster, stuck to the salon window with masking tape, had bullet points saying: 'Covid Free Salon; no masks, we take cash; Covid talk is banned; you can't catch what doesn't exist.'

The bullet points end with '#voodoovirusisbullsh**' and '#wedonotconsent' and states 'please respect the rules of the salon'.

Sep 08 06:21

US warns UK trade deal could be OFF after Johnson's 'cavalier' threats to EU

BREXIT talks have soured over Boris Johnson's threat to revisit the withdrawal agreement, sparking the fury of US Congress figures who are now warning the UK a trade deal with the US could be off the table unless the Northern Ireland protocol promise to Brussels is kept by the British side.

Sep 07 06:27

Student Union Leader: Whites Should Stay Home Unless They’re ‘Poor, Disabled, Gay, or Transgender’

A student union leader in Britain said black, transgender, gay, disabled, and poor people should be allowed to return to class, while straight, able-bodied white people who are not poor should stay home, out of fear of creating a so-called “second wave” of Chinese coronavirus infections.

Sep 06 16:59

Plans to transform UK high streets into dorm-style residential areas as developers convert empty shops into tiny shipping container-sized flats

Developers are exploiting planning laws to convert empty shops, banks and barbers into tiny high street flats.

The new developments have sparked concerns that UK high streets are turning into modern slums.

The impact of the coronavirus on high-street businesses have resulted in a rush to transform them into residences under permitted development rights (PDRs).


PDR flats are not bound by the minimum space standard, which says studios have to be at least 400 square feet, or 37 square metres.

In Southampton, the Open Fire Centre, a store which sold electric and gas fires, has been converted into six studio flats, the smallest measuring just 160 square feet.

Sep 04 12:30

Virgin Atlantic will axe another 1,150 jobs taking total losses during covid pandemic to 4,700 amid 'quarantine roulette' chaos and demands for airport testing

It comes less than four months after axing 3,150 roles and announcing the closure of its base at London's Gatwick Airport.

The company confirmed a further 400 employees left through voluntary redundancy or early retirement.

Sep 03 06:17

Britain’s AOC? Labour MP Nadia Whittome Calls for a Green New Deal in the UK at Extinction Rebellion Protest

The youngest Member of Parliament, Nadia Whittome, called climate change a “crisis of capitalism” and announced her support for a Green New Deal at an Extinction Rebellion protest in London.

Channelling American Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Labour Party MP for Nottingham East said on Tuesday that allegedly man-made climate change is an “existential threat to all of us”.

In a Breitbart London exclusive video, Nadia Whittome said of climate change: “This is not a crisis of tweaking around the edges, or a question of people shopping a bit less, or even going vegan, and I say that as a vegan.”

“This is a crisis of capitalism,” the avowed socialist proclaimed, adding: “It’s not the case that poor people should pay the price of it; it’s not the case that working-class people created this crisis.”

“It was created by the rich, by the huge corporations that have neglected their responsibility to people and the planet,” Whittome said.

Sep 02 11:20

'There is no sign of a second wave': Experts rubbish Matt Hancock's warning a surge in Covid-19 hospitalisations is coming - as they put UK's rise in cases down to better testing finding 'young, healthy, symptomless people' who are unlikely to die

Health Secretary Matt Hancock yesterday warned that the UK 'must do everything in our power' to stop a second surge of people going into hospital with the coronavirus, which he said was starting to happen in Europe.

But experts told MailOnline Mr Hancock's comments were 'alarmist' and that there is currently 'no sign' of a second wave coming over the horizon. The data shows hospital cases are also not rising by much in Europe, contrary to the Health Secretary's claim.

Sep 02 11:18

'So we can go to the pub, but not see our family?' Furious Glaswegians slam ban on indoor visits while pubs and restaurants remain open - as Nicola Sturgeon defends new lockdown restrictions after spike in Covid cases

Since midnight, people living in the Glasgow, West Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire areas have been slapped back into a partial lockdown.

Scotland's First Minister today doubled down on her 'difficult decision' which followed a flurry of 66 coronavirus cases.

But many Glaswegians remain puzzled by her reasoning as to why they can congregate in a pub or restaurant but not in their relatives' houses.

And there are even rumblings of a rebellion, with some residents suggesting they will refuse to follow the rules.

Sep 02 11:07

Making a hash of Brexit wasn’t enough: Boris Johnson is now set to hire another Israel stooge as trade envoy

Stuart Littlewood comments on reports that Britain’s Zionist Prime Minister Boris Johnson is about to appoint Australia’s Zionist former Prime Minister Tony Abbott as UK new trade envoy, and notes pledges by Johnson to forge even stronger trade relations with the racist state of Israel.>>

Sep 02 06:30

80 years on, we face a new, must-win ‘Battle of Britain’ to restore our freedoms

In 1940, the brave fighter pilots of the RAF defied the odds to defend Britain against Nazi invasion. Today, we face another against-the-odds battle for freedom, which will also take great courage and perseverance to win.

The UK will be commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain this coming month, but in truth there isn’t too much to celebrate at the moment about the state of the nation.

“They died so we may live in freedom,” is the usual career politician’s refrain, but how much genuine freedom is there in the Britain of 2020? Nowhere near as much as there was fifty years ago, is the honest answer. Hyperbolic? Consider the following.

Sep 01 08:06

London's West End could lose 50,000 retail staff amid £10bn-a-year shortfall after plunge in foreign visitors and office workers (as restaurants lie empty 24-hours after end of Rishi's meal deals)

Strict quarantine rules combined with the fears of infection in the UK have seen overseas travellers drop out from coming to the capital.

And office staff refusing to go back to work have also seen shops and hospitality plummet to dangerous levels.

Sep 01 06:28

Watch: BLM Activist Calls for Revolution in the UK, Saying: ‘The Police Is No Different from the KKK’

At a Black Lives Matter protest in London, an activist called for a revolution in the UK, demanding the establishment of a “Black Militia” to stand up to racism, which she claims “thrives on capitalism”.

On Sunday, hundreds of Black Lives Matter protesters marched from Marble Arch in Hyde Park to Parliament Square outside the Houses of Parliament in London.

In a Breitbart London exclusive video, one of the speakers at the rally — a black woman dressed in paramilitary-style garb — is seen leading chants of “take it to the streets… fuck the police” and “no justice, no peace”.

The far-left speaker said that she was not “scared of no terrorist group”, but added that: “The police is no different from the KKK. They stand around and protect statues and buildings instead of people.”

“They need to join the local council and litter pick too,” she proclaimed.

Sep 01 06:28

Watch: BLM Radical Sasha Johnson Announces Creation of the ‘First Black-Led Political Party in the UK’

Sasha Johnson, a leader of the Oxford branch of Black Lives Matter, announced on Sunday the formation of what she termed “the first black-led political party in the UK”.

At a so-called Million Man March in London — which saw approximately four hundred activists join — Ms Johnson unveiled her new political party, the Taking The Initiative Party (TTIP).

In a video released by the conservative student organisation Turning Point UK, the far-left activist said that though the leadership of the new party will be black, she claimed: “This isn’t just a party for black people though, it’s a party for the working class.”

“We are tired of being let down by Labour, Conservatives, and Lib-Dem and all of them. We want our own political party, one that reflects the multicultural nation that we have become,” she said.

Aug 28 10:08

What a time for a TITSUP*: Santander down and out on pre-Bank Holiday payday

It's Friday at month's end just before a Bank Holiday – Pay and Bills Day – and users of Santander's UK arm have been unable to use online banking and apps since 9:49 AM BST. Thousands of companies use the bank to process UK payroll.

More than 2,000 reported having issues at publication on third-party downtime monitor DownDetector, with financial hub London the pulsating red zit on the outage map.

While some have speculated that the bank hit a snag with a systems update this morning (we've asked Santander for confirmation), very little has been said by the bank itself, aside from some "try again later" messages from its Twitter support.

Aug 28 08:00


A protest emerged at Buckingham Palace in London over the weekend, with demonstrators targeting the UK’s Prince Andrew over his longtime association with child sex trafficker and American oligarch Jeffrey Epstein.

Demonstrators unfurled “End Sex Trafficking” banners, “A Pedophile Lives Here” placards, and chanted the word “pedophile” at the luxurious palace’s gates.

Aug 28 06:14

Britain may legalize euthanasia ‘within four years’

In a highly controversial development, elements in the British government are reportedly contemplating giving people the right to an assisted death, effectively legalizing euthanasia.

According to Sky News, leading Tory MP, Andrew Mitchell, claims there is “growing support” among MPs for a “change in the law” that would provide choice to people who are “nearing the end of their lives”.

If true, then this development signifies a massive shift in attitudes towards euthanasia at the top of the British establishment.

Hitherto, the House of Commons has always voted against allowing any form of assisted dying.

But according to Mitchell, attitudes – including his own - are shifting toward a “tight reform” of the current laws as opposed to a “massive change”.

Aug 28 06:13

Johnson applies pressure on Russia over alleged 'poisoning' of Navalny

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is using the alleged poisoning of Russian opposition politician, Alexei Navalny, to pile on more pressure on Moscow.

In a tweet today (August 26), the PM claimed the alleged poisoning has “shocked the world” before pledging to join “international efforts to ensure justice is done”.

Aug 27 12:57

Child Trafficking Protesters Gathered Outside Buckingham Palace To Condemn "Pedophile" Prince

This Saturday in London, protesters gathered outside of Buckingham Palace as part of a demonstration against child exploitation. Protesters shouted accusations of “pedophile” outside the gates of the palace, in reference to Prince Andrew’s involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s child trafficking ring.

Aug 26 06:30

Boris Johnson plans to resign in 6 months because of lingering coronavirus health problems, according to Dominic Cummings' father-in-law

The father-in-law of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest aide has reportedly said Johnson plans to stand down in six months because of lingering health problems caused by the novel coronavirus.

The Times of London's Diary column reported a conversation between Humphry Wakefield, the father of Dominic Cummings' wife, Mary, and a woman named Anna Silverman last week in which he is said to have told her that Johnson would resign early next year because of the lasting effects of his time in intensive care.

Silverman told The Times she had the conversation with Wakefield when she bumped into him on a trip to Chillingham Castle in the northeastern English county of Northumberland.

Aug 25 11:57

Angry Crowd Chants 'Pedophile' at the Gates of Buckingham Palace

An angry crowd of people gathered outside Buckingham Palace and chanted "pedophile" repeatedly towards the royal families’ London home.

Aug 25 08:11

UK Officials Exposed For Inflating COVID Hospital Numbers At Height Of "Pandemic"

New evidence has emerged which shows that UK hospital admissions for COVID-19 were ‘over-reported’ during the height of the crisis back in April. It seems that patients who were being taken in for other common illnesses were in fact being counted as ‘COVID’ in the government’s statistical totals.

This latest embarrassing admission comes on the heels of other similar revelations of dubious record-keeping by the government – all of which have been pivotal in giving the false impression to the public that there were more COVID deaths than actually took place.

Aug 25 06:48

No armor, no cry? UK govt reportedly debates SCRAPPING TANKS in favor of hi-tech weapons

A radical plan currently being debated by the government would see the British Army boost its air and cyber warfare capabilities while mothballing its armored fleet, according to a newspaper report.

British defense chiefs have outlined plans to deactivate the Army’s Challenger 2 main battle tanks and Warrior armored fighting vehicles (AFV), as the costs of maintaining them have skyrocketed, the Times newspaper has reported.

Costs aside, the armored fleet – which currently consists of 227 Challengers and 388 Warriors – has reportedly been deemed “obsolete.” Some in the military have argued that 21st-century warfare will rely on cyber capabilities, along with space-related and other cutting-edge warfighting technologies.

Aug 25 06:40

Fury erupts outside Buckingham Palace as enraged crowds scream 'paedophile' at gates

WATCH the moment an enraged crowd of people gathered outside Buckingham Palace and appeared to chant "paedophile" repeatedly.

Aug 24 09:59

Thousands of clinical trials to find life-saving drugs and therapies for cancer and heart disease have been stopped because of Covid-19, scientists warn

Seven in 10 NHS research projects have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak, an analysis by Southampton University found. One in 10 — a total of 1,500 including clinical trials of new medicines as well as lab research — have been stopped entirely because of the virus.

Aug 24 09:58

Coronavirus patient, 67, needed a pacemaker after experimental HIV drug combination lopinavir/ritonavir drastically slowed his pulse

A 67-year-old given lopinavir/ritonavir — which is being used experimentally around the world — needed a pacemaker to recover from his episode.

The man, who had high blood pressure and coronary artery disease, was given the drugs after catching Covid-19 and ending up in hospital.

And within days the unnamed patient in the case report — at a hospital in Singapore — saw his resting heart rate drop from 84 beats per minute, within the healthy range, to below 30.

Aug 24 09:56

NHS managers told care homes to put blanket 'do not resuscitate' orders on ALL residents at height of Covid crisis, report shows

The Queen's Nursing Institute found one in 10 care home staff were told to change resuscitation orders for patients, The Telegraph reports. In some cases, they didn't consult family members first.

Other care home staff said that during the height of the coronavirus crisis, hospitals were refusing to admit residents from care homes.

The orders mean doctors will not attempt to restart a patient’s heart with defibrillators or cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and will be allowed to die if it happens naturally.

Aug 23 16:38

Panodrama [Panorama] An Exposé of John Sweeney & the Fake News BBC! 25 Feb 2019

Another example showing why the BBC can't be trusted.

Aug 23 09:20

Nursing homes were bullied into accepting Covid patients from hospitals, damning report finds

Nursing homes were pressured into accepting patients with coronavirus while simultaneously being refused treatment for residents by hospitals and GPs, according to research.

A report by the Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI) found homes were told hospitals had a blanket 'no admissions' policy at the height of the pandemic.

The QNI, a charity which focuses on the improvement of nursing care of people in their own home, found care home residents were regularly refused treatment in April and May.

The research found GPs and local managers in some homes had placed unlawful do not resuscitate orders on residents.

Aug 23 09:13

PETER HITCHENS: Were holiday-wrecking quarantines worth it? Even the Government haven't a clue!

Nearly a month after a last-minute announcement on July 25 smashed up tens of thousands of Spanish holidays, I asked Matt Hancock’s Health Department some simple questions. I began this process last Monday morning:

‘How many of the UK travellers arriving from Spain after the introduction of the July 25 quarantine subsequently tested positive for Covid-19, how many of them were hospitalised, how many have recovered and (if applicable) how many died?’

Well, if they know the answers, they are not telling. So I will say here that either they don’t know or don’t really care, in which case how dare they muck people’s lives up in this way?

Or are they embarrassed to reveal the answer because it shows that they made a fuss about nothing and the truth makes them look foolish?

Aug 22 10:30

How the UK government provides cover for Israel’s crimes

Stuart Littlewood highlights the gap between the UK government’s meaningless platitudes and mealy-mouthed declarations in relation to Palestinian rights on the one hand, and its actual deeds on the other, which serve to provide cover for Israeli crimes.>>

Aug 21 10:33

Sandwich factory that supplies M&S is forced to close for at least two weeks after 292 staff test positive for Covid

The Greencore Factory in Northampton, that employs more than 2,100 people, will close from Friday, with staff and members of their households having to isolate for 14 days.

Aug 21 10:28

Coronavirus is now only the EIGHTH biggest killer in England and four times as many people are dying from dementia as pandemic passes

Office for National Statistics data released today show that 1,320 people had the virus mentioned on their death certificate in July, roughly 21 people per 100,000.

In the same month, dementia killed nearly four times as many people (4,034) and heart disease took the lives of almost triple the number of patients (3,868).

Conditions like strokes, aneurysms and lung diseases are now killing double the amount of people in England as Covid-19. But the number of people dying from influenza and pneumonia is similar.

In Wales, coronavirus did not even rank among the 10 most common causes of death, with just 16.7 per 100,000 people dying in July, or 70 people.

Aug 21 10:25

UK public sector debt goes above £2 TRILLION for the first time in history -quadruple what it was before the 2008 crash

Public sector debt has now gone above £2 trillion for the first time in history as the Government was forced to borrow cash to keep UK plc afloat during the coronavirus crisis.

Ministers borrowed £26.7 billion in July alone, according to the latest data published by the Office for National Statistics.

The ONS said borrowing for last month was £28.3 billion more than the same time last year when the public finances were actually running at a surplus.

The borrowing figure for July is also the fourth highest since records began in 1993, as the Government continues to throw billions of pounds at the economy to try to help it recover.

Aug 21 08:19

Nurse Speaks Out, Empty Beds, and no Coronovirus Cases in Devon Hospitals UK

My talk this week with a Nurse in Devon UK who tells me there are no #Coronavirus #Covid19 cases in any of the big hospitals in Devon UK, yet there are still empty beds and people dying without treatment. She also speaks of nurses having heart and breathing problems from compulsory face masks.

Aug 21 05:30

UK's Royal Navy & NATO 'escort 9 Russian warships' in sea near Britain, London says

Britain's Royal Navy and NATO allies have escorted "nine Russian Navy warships" in the waters close to the United Kingdom, the British Navy has said.
"The Royal Navy demonstrated its flexibility in being able to shadow the Russian Navy units," Commander Will Paston, commanding officer of the frigate HMS 'Westminster,' said on Wednesday.

The Russian Navy operated "in a safe and professional manner," the statement admitted, citing heightened levels of activity in the area. HMS 'Westminster' combined with NATO-allied units across the North Sea and Baltic Sea "to escort them throughout," it said.

The UK military had already reported "the unusually high level of Russian activity" earlier this year, saying on March 26 that nine Royal Navy ships were involved in a major operation "shadowing seven Russian vessels who had lingered in the Channel for several days."

Aug 20 11:21

Nearly half of British parents will NOT get their children vaccinated against Covid-19, poll claims

Forty-five per cent of the 5,000 respondents admitted they would not give a Covid-19 vaccine to their child.

A fifth of parents who didn't want to vaccine their children said they believe the virus is 'fake and doesn't really exist'.

Five out of six of those parents (86 per cent) argued the vaccination would be unsafe with 'nasty' side effects.

And over a third (35 per cent) answered that there was no need because children are 'practically immune' from the virus.

Aug 19 11:14

UK Police Reject Job Applications From Candidate Who Says Biological Gender Cannot Be Changed

Police forces in the UK have been criticised after they rejected an application in which the candidate admitted they do not believe human beings can biologically alter their gender.

The London Telegraph reports that a woman who applied for a job at Norfolk Constabulary was refused on the grounds of her “gender critical” opinions.

The police force told her that her views would “not be something we could ­uphold within the constabulary”.

The woman, who is already a police officer of 16 years, applied to a total of 26 forces elsewhere in the country and was rejected by over half of them for the same reason.

Aug 19 07:16

Space Force to begin sharing technical space data with UK

The U.S. Space Force will begin sharing valuable space situational awareness data with the United Kingdom as part of Operation Olympic Defender, the service announced Aug. 14.

Under a recently signed agreement, the Space Force will share it’s Standardized Astrodynamics Algorithm Library with the U.K.‘s Ministry of Defense. SAAL is a collection of the Space Force’s understanding of orbital physics and algorithms that helps the service predict the trajectories of objects on orbit.

Aug 19 07:04

HMS Trent: Britain’s $130-Million Warship Fails to Join NATO Mission After Breakdown

The River-class offshore patrol vessel was commissioned on 3 August and deployed to patrol the Mediterranean as part of NATO’s Operation Sea Guardian. The ship was forced to return to the Gibraltar, its first port of call, this week due to an unidentified defect.

Aug 19 06:56

UK Medical School Agrees to ‘De-Colonise Curriculum’

The University of Bristol’s Medical School has outlined measures the institution will take to “de-colonise the curriculum”.

One of the UK’s top medical schools, Bristol announced it will be taking a range of actions including educating students on medicine’s ‘racist’ history, according to a report by the BBC.

These include the use of new textbooks which demonstrate clinical signs in people with a variety of different skin tones, “training on spotting unconscious bias and helping students and staff more confidently report and act on racism” and “setting up an anti-racism taskforce to promote an environment that actively opposes racism”, the public broadcaster reports.

Aug 19 06:55

Exclusive Footage: ‘Are You Loyal to Britain? No!’ — Black Lives Matter Protesters Chant at London Demo

At a Black Lives Matter protest in Parliament Square in London on Sunday, radical activists proclaimed that they are not “loyal to Britain” because of the alleged institutional racism they see as inherent in the United Kingdom’s capitalist system.

In a Breitbart London exclusive video a speaker at a Black Lives Matter protest said: “Britain is a racist country and if you disagree with that then you are not an anti-racist.”

At multiple points during his speech, the activist — who wore a t-shirt honouring the mass-murdering Cuban communist revolutionary Che Guevara — asked the crowd of demonstrators “Are you loyal to Britain?”

The BLM protesters screamed back “No!” in response.