Jul 25 08:21

Hammond Warns Of Brexit Global ‘Shadow,’ Says Is Mulling Trade Deal With China

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says the country is considering a free trade deal with China, further warning that Brexit could cast a “shadow” on the world economy.

The British finance minister made the remarks on the sidelines of the G20 meeting of leading world economies in an interview with the BBC and Sky News on Sunday in the Chinese city of Chengdu.

Jul 25 08:11

SAS troops poised to EVACUATE Britons from Turkey amid fear of SECOND military coup

With fears rebels could be about to try to overthrow the government for a second time, which is likely to result in a Turkish civil war, troops have moved into neighbouring Cyprus and are preparing a rescue mission to save stranded Britons.

Defence chiefs have drawn up emergency plans and fully armed soldiers, together with members of the Special Forces Support Group, are ready to fly into areas popular with tourists and help families get home safely.

Hundreds of jets, helicopters and other aircraft will be drafted in to help the estimated 50,000 Brits flee the danger.

The troops will be cleared to open fire if local rebels threaten to intervene.

One senior defence source told the Daily Star Sunday: “Turkey is on the brink. If there is another coup attempt then civil war will follow. If that happens there will be a major international crisis.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Forgive me, but how is this different from an outright invasion of a sovereign country, unless the details of the evacuation are planned in concert with the Turkish government?!?

And looking at British logistics here, the short answer is, "Not at all!!"

Jul 24 19:14

Academy bosses are spending thousands of taxpayers' money on first class travel, expensive restaurants and luxury hotels

Academy bosses are spending thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money on top-end restaurants, hotels, first-class travel, private health care and executive cars, an investigation has found.

Channel 4’s Dispatches conducted a mass audit of receipts from schools across the country and found huge amounts are being spent on luxury services.

The data, obtained under the Freedom of information Act, revealed the largest 40 Academy Trusts have spent more than £1million of public money on executive expenses since 2012.

Jul 24 15:55

Eric Trump’s full speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention

“To whom much is given, much will be required.

“This is the very belief that made my father make this great sacrifice.
“To run for the most powerful yet unforgiving office in the world.

“There is no greater calling….

“Vote for the candidate who can’t be bought, sold, purchased, coerced, intimidated or steered from the path that is right, and just and true….

“To the veteran tuning into this speech from his or her hospital, whose been ignored and disrespected by an ungrateful system, my father is running for you….

“Vote for the one candidate who does not need this job.”

— Eric Trump, son of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, spoke Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Jul 24 15:47

Democratic convention draws thousands of protesters to Philadelphia

Thousands of demonstrators took to the sweltering streets of Philadelphia on Sunday, chanting and beating drums in the first major protests ahead of the Democratic national convention.

The group of about a dozen marchers walked on sidewalks from near the convention site up toward the Liberty Bell. One played This Land is Your Land on bagpipes as the group weaved around people eating brunch at sidewalk cafes and others walking dogs.

Jul 24 15:39

Jill Stein Just BLASTED the DNC Over Leaked Emails

“This latest revelation from WikiLeaks underscores how much the media is in bed with the DNC to circle the wagons around Hillary,” Stein told US Uncut in a phone interview. “The corruption and underhanded tactics and deception and conspiratorial efforts to silence Bernie and delegitimize him — I mean, welcome to the Green Party. This is what we’ve been up against forever.”

“The leaked DNC emails are the smoking gun that the Democratic establishment was rigging the game against Bernie the whole time,” Stein said in a press release issued by her campaign. “Instead of running the process impartially and letting the voters decide, top Democratic officials were doing all they could to ensure a Clinton victory, including collusion with journalists to present a pro-Clinton, anti-Sanders narrative.”

Jul 24 15:31

CHARMING! Mike Pence – Paul Ryan intro – Republican National Convention

Mike Pence rallies crowd behind Trump, takes on Hillary Clinton:

Hillary Clinton, Secretary of status quo, looking for another title ?


Jul 24 15:23

US Arms Giant Lockheed Martin Giddy To Cash In On Brexit Bonanza

Global arms giant Lockheed Martin hopes Brexit will boost British business as the firm’s CEO plots a UK spending spree in light of the plunging pound.

Jul 24 08:59

Unite boss claims Mi5 conspiracy against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Asked if he believed the online abuse apparently posted by Mr Corbyn’s supporters was actually an effort to discredit them, the union boss said: “Of course… do people believe for one second that the security forces are not involved in dark practices?

“I have been around long enough, [this is] the type of stuff that we ultimately find out about, about who was involved… the 30-year rule.

“We found out just a couple of years ago that the chair of my union then, the Transport and General Workers Union, was an MI5 informant at the time that there was a strike taking place that I personally as a worker was involved in.

“[In] 1972, I was on strike for six weeks and 30 years later it comes out that the chair of my union at that time was an MI5 informant.”

Jul 24 08:28

UK Poll Shows Corbyn Heavily Favored Over Rival In Leadership Race

A new UK opinion poll indicates heavy support for current Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn over his top challenger Owen Smith in the party’s leadership contest next September.

The online survey conducted by Opinium Research shows Corbyn enjoys more than twice the support of Labour Party backers with 54 percent favoring him compared to Smith, who is favored by only 22 percent of party supporters taking part in the poll, the Guardian reported Saturday.

Jul 24 07:49

UK’s Post-Brexit Future With America In Old Colonial Stomping Ground Asia, Says Academic

Britain must tie its fate more closely than ever to the US in the wake of the EU referendum – meaning the Far East will become key, an academic has claimed.

Writing in the Telegraph on Wednesday, King’s College London history and foreign policy professor John Bew said that as the delicate Brexit negotiations are carried forward the UK must prepare for its future role in Asia.

Jul 23 14:27

Donald Trump and the Revolt of the Proles

The Trump phenom is about economic insecurity. This isn’t about ideology, or racism, it’s about reality;

Western elites were shocked by Brexit, shocked that all their fear mongering and finger-wagging amounted to nothing. The same is true in the US, where the media’s daily attacks on Trump have failed to erode his base of support at all, in fact, they may have added to it.

That’s the reality that made Trump possible, and that’s what this election is about, economic insecurity.

Jul 23 14:22

Donald Trump Jr. Receives Standing Ovation For His Speech At RNC

Make America Work Again. “We are going to put America First.”

“Let me tell you something about “Risk.” If Hillary Clinton were elected, she’ll be the first President who could not pass a basic background check.
Hillary Clinton is a “Risk” Americans cannot afford to take.”

Jul 23 09:40

Arise Sir Spin! David Cameron to shower honours on No 10 aides and cronies with a knighthood in the works for his PRESS CHIEF

David Cameron is to shower honours on Number 10 aides and Tory donors, with a knighthood awarded to his chief spin doctor.

The former prime minister has drawn up a ‘resignation list’ of more than 15 people to whom he wants to give gongs, ranging from peerages down to OBEs.

The list is set to be topped by his former director of communications, Craig Oliver.

The former editor of BBC news coverage, who took over at Downing Street after the departure of Andy Coulson in 2011, is likely to be knighted.

Jul 23 09:36

Lockdown: UK Military In Security Panic After RAF Base ‘Abduction Attempt’

UK military bases are in a state of panic with a number on alert after what appeared to be the attempted abduction of an airman at RAF Marham in Norfolk.

Jul 23 09:25

Article 50 was designed 'NEVER to be used' - says the man who wrote the EU divorce clause

THE MAN who wrote Article 50 has admitted it was NEVER supposed to be used as Britain gets set to divorce the European Union.

Giuliano Amato, a former Italian Prime Minister, claimed Britain must "lose" when it comes to finances - so they are forced to stay in the single market.

Mr Amato told a conference in Rome, he had inserted the get-out clause specifically to prevent the British from complaining that there was no clear cut, official way for them to bail out of the Union.

He said: "I wrote Article 50, so I know it well.

"My intention was that it should be a classic safety valve that was there, but never used. It is like having a fire extinguisher that should never have to be used. Instead, the fire happened.

"When it comes to the economy they have to lose.”

Jul 23 08:24

End of a British retail icon as all BHS stores to close within a month - 5000 jobs lost

EVERY BHS store in the country will close within a month leaving 5,000 workers without a job.

Jul 23 08:22

£18mn investigation into historic child sex abuse case delayed again

A public inquest into the alleged child abuse crimes of the late Lord Janner has cost taxpayers a massive £18 million so far, but as far as evidence is concerned not a single piece has been presented.

The Independent Inquiry Into Child Sex Abuse, led by Dame Justice Lowell Goddard, will conduct four days of preliminary hearings in the coming week, but the full investigation has now been postponed by at least another six months.

Jul 23 07:59

Will the US use a quick trade deal with Brexit Britain as an EU TTIP trojan horse?

American officials may be looking to sign a quick and easy trade deal with the UK following last month’s Brexit vote in an attempt to breathe life into the stalled TTIP agreement between the US and EU.

US attitudes towards a bilateral agreement with Britain have softened just months after President Barack Obama said Britain would “go to the back of the queue” for trade deals if it voted for Brexit.

US Secretary of State John Kerry discussed a bilateral deal with his UK counterpart, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, during a visit to London this week.

Jul 23 07:02

Britain's economy will be STRONGER after Brexit, business leaders confirm

Senior executives from sectors including banking, property and tourism said Brexit will not mean "doom and gloom" for British business but is an opportunity to stand up and show the rest of the world how strong the country is.

Jul 22 18:36

North Korea makes extraordinary claim about Theresa May

NUCLEAR North Korea has accused Theresa May of misleading the British public over the threat the pariah state's atomic arsenal poses to the UK.

In an extraordinary intervention in the debate over the renewal of Britain's Trident nuclear weapons deterrent, North Korea's foreign ministry claimed it was "illogical" to suggest Kim Jong-Un's stockpile would be aimed at the UK.

A spokesman said: "It is illogical that the DPRK's nuclear weapons pose a threat to the UK.

"It is a pity that the UK makes an excuse for the building of [nuclear submarines] by finding fault with the DPRK, thousands [of] kilometres away from it."

Jul 22 16:08

Boris Johnson Wants More Data On War Crimes By ‘Cancer’ Islamic State

Boris Johnson wants to gather evidence on Islamic State’s (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) war crimes to stop the “cancer” of terrorism, the new foreign secretary told US officials on his first diplomatic trip to the country.

The former London mayor is in Washington to discuss how to best combat IS and the military responsibilities between NATO member states.

Jul 22 15:45

L-Plates? Nuclear Sub Crash In Gibraltar May Have Had Trainee Behind The Wheel

Britain’s Royal Navy is currently investigating if a nuclear-powered submarine which hit a cargo ship near Gibraltar on Wednesday was under the control of a trainee officer.

Jul 22 15:33

Blundering HMRC paid out £1.9 million in compensation after sending company bankrupt with tax demand cock-up

The embarrassing blunder has been disclosed in the fine print of the organisation's annual report and accounts.

The document also reveals that the department wrote off £120 million last year after scaling back efforts to recover overpaid tax credits.

The setbacks happened during Lin Homer's final year in charge of HMRC.

She walked away from the chief executive role in April with a £2.4million pension pot despite a scandal-hit tenure in charge.

The 59-year-old is entitled to a index-linked income of around £125,000 a year - nearly two thirds of the £190,000 salary she had been earning.

Her pension pot grew by £225,000 last year, when she also received a £20,000 bonus, despite criticism of the taxman’s performance.

Jul 22 15:32

British Pensioners Flock To London Suburbs For Public Sex Parties

Sex-hungry pensioners are descending on London’s southern suburbs to enjoy outdoor ‘dogging’ sessions, as the UK endures a sweltering heatwave.

Police in Croydon are cracking down on energetic elderly lovers who are using the town’s car parks for open-air sex parties.

Jul 22 15:08

Files On Shady Business Deals Involving Margaret Thatcher’s Son Kept Secret

Secret files detailing the shadowy Middle Eastern business activities of Sir Mark Thatcher, son of the late former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, will be kept under lock and key in government archives instead of being published as expected.

Jul 22 15:05

UK Makes U-Turn Over Saudi Crimes In Yemen

The UK has now admitted that Saudi Arabia and its allies may have breached humanitarian laws in Yemen, an embarrassing turnaround on the Britain’s position over the war.

Jul 22 14:35

UK Begs US To Hurry F-35 Deal Through, While Royal Navy’s Next-Gen Frigate ‘Delayed Indefinitely’

Britain’s next generation of Global Combat Ships are going anywhere but global, amid budgeting problems and indefinite delays, even as the UK hints the US must hurry and deliver on a significant fighter jet deal.

Jul 22 11:47

UK Economy Must Suffer Over ‘Mad’ Brexit Decision, Insists EU Divorce Clause Author

Only significant economic damage from its ‘mad’ decision to leave the EU might force Britain to change its mind, the author of the Article 50 divorce clause said. The former Italian PM added that the “safety valve” was never really intended to be used.

Jul 22 07:53

NATO’s secrets flow to Russia, Michael Fallon says

The British Secretary of Defence claimed that Vladimir Putin knows content of the secret NATO's documents after half an hour any document comes into being.
According to him, this situation existed even before Vladimir Putin became President. Conservative MP Colonel Bob Stewart, who commanded UN forces in Bosnia, accused Nato members of colluding with Moscow in the 1990s, The Daily Mirror wrote 21 July. However, the Colonel asserted that these are Britain's allies who cannot keep secrets, but not London itself. "When something says 'Nato: secret', that's the last bloody thing it is," he said. The MPs were astonished at how badly intelligence of their allies is organized. As it turned out, the NATO learnt about 'Russia's taking Crimea' only after it was brought to light by the media.
Webmaster addition: If they are pushing 'Russia's taking Crimea', then the whole article is propaganda!

Jul 22 07:33

L-plates? Nuclear sub crash in Gibraltar may have had trainee behind the wheel

Britain’s Royal Navy is currently investigating if a nuclear-powered submarine which hit a cargo ship near Gibraltar on Wednesday was under the control of a trainee officer.

The Astute-class hunter-killer had to make for port with visible damage after the collision with a surface vessel.

HMS Ambush was in the area as part of the Navy’s ‘Perisher’ submarine command course, which is used to select new commanders.

It has been reported that as many as six officers were on the course, which sometimes also has trainees from other countries.

Jul 22 06:40

Iraq War Families smash crowdfund target to put Tony Blair on trial

Matthew Bacon, a British Army major, was killed by a roadside bomb while traveling in a lightly-armored Snatch vehicle in Iraq in 2005.

His bereaved father described to RT his awe at the staggering success of the Iraq War Families Campaign’s crowdfunding drive to fund a full legal examination of the Chilcot Report for evidence challenging the legality of the war.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The evidence for deception on the part of George Bush and Phony Tony Blair has been obvious all along. See THE LIE OF THE (LAST) CENTURY which also includes links to the Downing Street memo and Phony Tony's Dodgy Dossier.

Jul 22 06:22

GMB viewers blast ‘disgusting’ report from Buckingham Palace while the country ‘starves'

However, viewers groaned that the last thing they needed was an insight into the extravagant lifestyle of the rich and famous while so many are struggling to pay the bills.

“Here's @GMB showing off Buckingham Palace's opulence while the rest of the country has no money. How delightful,” sighed one audience member.

Another agreed: ”People are starving and freezing on our streets, nobody gives a shiny s***e about the royal family!!!!”

One more barked: “In this time of austerity, why do you think it is acceptable to rub our nose in the grotesque wealth of one family??”

“Just remember where all the obscene amounts of money go next time you fancy doing some sort of charity appeal,” shrieked this particularly disgruntled social media user.

Jul 22 05:55

'Screaming was pointless,' survivors tell of school abuse by Christian Brothers

The Christian Brothers were meant to be men of God - a religious order within the Catholic Church.

At their St Ninian’s school in Fife, though, two of the Brothers were men of unspeakable cruelty who stole innocence from children and left the deepest scars.

John Farrell and Paul Kelly were today convicted of 11 counts of sexual and physical abuse against six children in their care. Children as young as 11. The pair were doing it with impunity through the 1970s and 80s.


There was no point in shouting or screaming because nobody would hear you.

And if they did hear you they’d know what was going on, so screaming was pointless.


Jul 22 04:50

'The Economist' Celebrates British People Becoming A Minority In Their Own Country

Don't "despair" over Brexit, British people will soon be a minority due to mass immigration and lower breeding rates, so says The Economist.

Jul 21 16:51

Britain’s Budget Deficit To Grow Beyond Expectations

The UK government is faced with a growing budget deficit that is slated to go beyond previous projections, official figures suggest.

Jul 21 16:36

Queen's private income jumps 8 per cent to £17.8 million

Her 45,800-acre property empire slipped out its annual financial report without any fanfare last night, showing it has been another bumper year for the Royal Family despite the economic difficulties facing much of Britain.


Including taxpayers' money spent on security and royal visits organised by local councils and lord-lieutenants, the total cost of the Royal Family is well over £300 million a year.

The Duchy, the personal estate of the reigning monarch since Henry IV established it in 1399, saw its total capital value increase by 4.8 per cent to £494.7 million in the year to March 31, 2016.

Jul 21 14:48

Polls Suggest Challenger Smith Has Little Chance Of Removing Labour Leader Corbyn

Hours before the deadline to register to vote in Labour’s leadership election, Jeremy Corbyn challenger Owen Smith insists he’s a better electoral bet for the party, but polls put the Welsh MP far behind the current leader.

Jul 21 14:43

UK MPs To Debate Blair Contempt Of House Of Commons Motion

British MPs have been given a date in September to debate a motion in the House of Commons to find former prime minister Tony Blair in contempt of parliament for involving the UK in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The date was agreed on Wednesday by the speaker and MPs from across seven parties led by Scottish National Party’s Alex Salmond.

Jul 21 13:07

UK Not To Begin Talks On Leaving EU In 2016: May

British Prime Minister Theresa May says her government will not begin negotiations on leaving the European Union (EU) this year.

During her first foreign trip since taking office, May told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she needed time to prepare for a “sensible and orderly departure.”

Jul 21 11:47

UK Nuclear Sub Collides With Merchant Vessel Off Gibraltar

One of Britain’s newest Astute-class submarines has docked at Gibraltar after suffering a “glancing collision” with a merchant vessel, the UK Royal Navy announced, emphasizing that the HMS Ambush suffered “absolutely no damage” to her nuclear reactor.

Jul 21 10:37

Foreign embassy staff accused of human trafficking and child sex offences

Diplomatic staff with immunity, working in embassies in the UK, have been accused of child sex offences and human trafficking, the Foreign Office says.

A total of 11 "serious and significant" offences were allegedly committed by such people in the past year.

Diplomatic missions and international organisations ran up nearly £500,000 in unpaid parking fines in London last year, it was also revealed.

Diplomats and some embassy staff are entitled to diplomatic immunity.

This means they can be exempt from being tried for crimes.

Jul 21 10:34

Why is Uefa ignoring the stench and allowing Russian clubs a place in European competitions?

A pariah nation... Today is the day when the world looks to the IOC to sweep away all of the piffle about due process and deference to the Court of Arbitration on Sport and to implement with immediate effect a decree excluding every Russia athlete from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. And it is the day when the world looks to UEFA to tell whichever Russian club feels like rocking up at a football ground in countries with a civil respect for fairness and ethics in sport: “You do not belong in our Champions League.”

Jul 21 10:11

Thought we'd escaped TTIP by leaving the EU? Think again - it's setting the terrifying blueprint for our future trade deals

Despite being without national trade policy for four decades, we can predict a lot about the UK’s future trade deals outside of the EU from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and what we know gives great cause for concern.

If and when Brexit is completed, TTIP will not directly apply to a UK outside the single market. But with the US knocking on the door to create a trade deal with the UK we know its interests are the same as expressed in TTIP. All the warning signs from TTIP suggest that under the current government vested interests will be satisfied ahead of the wider public interest.

Jul 21 09:15

Taxpayers will foot the bill to fix £1bn warships that break down in Persian Gulf because ships are 'out of warranty'

The Ministry of Defence said the ‘arduous’ conditions that made the £1billion Type 45 Destroyers ‘degrade catastrophically’ were not covered by the guarantee.

Engines on the six warships fail because the intercooler units, which reduce heat from the exhaust, slow down in warm waters, leaving the engine unable to generate enough power.

Jul 21 07:36

London Bankers Plot Bailout Under New Prime Minister: “Monetary Response To Brexit Shock”

It seems that it is payday for the banksters.

As a new bailout is being prepared by the Bank of England, there are questions about what, if any, actions will actually be taken to leave the European Union under the new prime minister, who actually campaigned for ‘Remain’ but has so far appointed pro-Brexit cabinet members.

Jul 21 07:36

Engineered ‘Civil Unrest’ in the UK Planned for This Summer?

All the signs are that something serious might be brewing in the UK this summer. The big question is: is it a genuine grassroots uprising, or is this being engineered by design?

Jul 21 06:59

Brexit Fallout: Ireland’s Kenny Raises Prospect of Irish Reunification Vote

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has raised the prospect of a referendum on Irish reunification as the fallout from the UK's decision to vote in favor of leaving the EU continues.

Jul 20 16:32

UKIP Councilor ‘Jokes’ That Remain Voters Should Be Killed

A London UKIP councilor faces a probe after “joking” on social media that people who voted to remain in the EU in last month’s referendum should be killed.

Jul 20 12:26

UK Renounces EU Rotating Presidency: May's Office

The United Kingdom will no longer take on the rotating presidency of the European Union as planned for 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May’s office says.

The announcement on Wednesday that Britain is relinquishing its EU presidency role came in the wake of the Brexit vote on June 23 in which some 52 percent of Britons voted to leave the EU after 43 years of membership, while roughly 48 percent voted to stay in the block.

Jul 20 09:39

US, UK Can’t Have Trade Deal Before Brexit Starts: Kerry

Secretary of State John Kerry has said the US and the UK can have no trade deal until Britain completely withdraws from the European Union.

It would be “physically impossible” for Britain to strike a trade pact with Washington till it leaves the bloc, Kerry said in London on Tuesday during a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Jul 20 09:07

‘No Plans For Brexit In 2016… But We Might Do It Anyway,’ Says New UK Govt

Prime Minister Theresa May does not plan to trigger Article 50 this year, government lawyers have told the High Court, before ambiguously admitting that stance could change.

Jul 20 08:36

Britain’s ‘Forgotten Generation’ Of Impoverished, Mentally Damaged Military Veterans

Military veterans who join young and have difficult backgrounds are most likely to suffer once they leave the services, a new study has found.

The investigation, titled “The New Frontline,” looks at a number of issues faced by Britain’s younger generation of veterans.

Jul 20 08:27

Commons to debate Tony Blair contempt of parliament motion

The House of Commons is to debate a motion to find Tony Blair in contempt of parliament over the buildup to the Iraq war after a cross-party group of MPs agreed a date with the Speaker on Wednesday for the motion to be heard.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh yeah; THAT'LL teach Phony Tony not to lie the nation into wars of conquest!

Jul 20 08:07

Kremlin Regrets UK Prime Minister May’s Statement on Russian Threat

Russia regrets British Prime Minister Theresa May’s latest statements on the perceived Russian threat to the United Kingdom, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh, great; Britain's new PM is trying to out-warhawk Hillary!

Jul 20 08:01

Middle Britain Becomes The ‘New Poor’ As Poverty Stalks The Nation

The middle classes are the “new poor” with half of families renting rather than owning their own home and many relying on benefits and tax credits to survive, a report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) reveals.

Jul 20 07:21

Families of Iraq servicemen and women launch legal campaign in wake of Chilcot report

A Wearside mum whose son was one of the youngest servicemen to die in the Iraq war has joined other families as they launch a Crowdfunded legal battle against former prime minister Tony Blair.

Jul 20 06:58

Are Blairites Preventing Pro-Corbyn Labour Supporters From Voting?

Elements within the Labour party are actively preventing members who from taking part in the leadership election if they are suspected of being pro Corbyn, according to one Labour member.

Naciye Ozbillenier from London, posted the complaint on on the ‘We trust and support Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour’ Facebook group:

Jul 19 16:13

Whitehall At War: Brexit Minister Accused Of Poaching Foreign Office Talent

Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has rebuffed attempts by newly appointed Cabinet member David Davis to poach some of its experts, after the Brexit minister suggested he would be ransacking Whitehall for its “most brilliant people.”

Jul 19 14:22

What The Coup Against Jeremy Corbyn Reveals About The Labour Party

Just ten months ago, Jeremy Corbyn was elected labour leader, pledging to recast the party as an opponent of austerity, militarism and war. Today Corbyn is a marked man who the majority of Labour Party MPs have determined must be expelled from office.

Jul 19 13:13

Sex Abuse Cover-Up: Ex-Archbishop Accused Of Failing To Act

Police should investigate former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey of Clifton for misconduct, a lawyer for bishop Peter Ball’s victims has urged, following the release of documents that suggest the head of the Church of England knew about the abuse allegations but failed to act.

Jul 19 12:29

Blair in the dock: Bereaved military families crowdfund nearly £50k to sue former PM over Iraq

Donations are pouring in to a crowdfunding page launched to help families of soldiers killed in Iraq take legal action against former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

The families’ aim to raise £50,000 (US$65,000) was close to being achieved on Tuesday afternoon, when the campaign already boasted more than £44,000.

Launched by Roger Bacon and Reg Keys, whose sons Matthew and Tom were killed in the war, the page has already reached 89 percent of its target with 30 days still to run before their deadline.

Bacon and Keys say although they accept those who enlist for the armed forces do so in the understanding they may be hurt or killed, “the long-awaited Iraq Inquiry (Chilcot) Report has confirmed that there were serious failings in the lead-up to, planning and conduct of the War, which led to so many unnecessary deaths.

“Our armed forces must never again be so callously sacrificed by political ambition and the irresponsibility and failings of Government and Whitehall.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Possibly, some small modicum of justice may be achieved after all this time.

No elected official has the right to lie their country into war, EVER!!

Jul 19 10:34

British PM Willing to Nuke Hundreds of Thousands; Parliament Approves Funding

In one of the first high profile parliamentary debates since she took over the premiership last week, British PM Theresa May today insisted she would have no hesitation in ordering nuclear strikes abroad that would kill hundreds of thousands of civilians.

The somewhat blunt, somewhat genocidal answer appears to have been the right one for the crowd, as it wasn’t long thereafter that parliament agreed to spend upward of $40 billion modernizing their nuclear weapons arsenal. Many analysts have suggested that the $40 billion is a gross underestimate, and the nukes will end up costing far more.

The question about massacring civilians with a nuclear strike is a common one during such debates, and historically one prime ministers dodge. Former Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe said he believed it was a question no prime minister would ever directly answer.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WOW, that didn't take long!!

May's wardrobe advisor might want to consider clothing her in shades of "genocidal red"; that would really be appropriate right now!

Jul 19 09:23

UK government admits 'Snooper's Charter' would allow it to ban end-to-end encryption

The UK government has publicly admitted that parts of the Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB), better known as the 'Snooper’s Charter', would allow it to force companies to ban end-to-end encryption.

In what may be viewed as a huge assault on the public’s privacy, not to mention digital security, the government would ask internet and communication service providers to “develop and maintain a technical capability to remove encryption that has been applied to communications or data”. As one member of the House of Lords put it, when debating the IPB, this essentially means that companies may not use end-to-end encryption, and could leave the public at risk, not to mention setting a supremely dangerous precedent.

Jul 19 08:01

Craig Murray: Fox, Gould, Werritty and Israel – Please write to your MP

Hansard Publc Admininstration Committee 24/11/2011
Q<369> Paul Flynn: Okay. Matthew Gould has been the subject of a very serious complaint from two of my constituents, Pippa Bartolotti and Joyce Giblin. When they were briefly imprisoned in Israel, they met the ambassador, and they strongly believe—it is nothing to do with this case at all—that he was serving the interest of the Israeli Government, and not the interests of two British citizens. This has been the subject of correspondence.

In your report, you suggest that there were two meetings between the ambassador and Werritty and Liam Fox. Questions and letters have proved that, in fact, six such meetings took place. There are a number of issues around this. I do not normally fall for conspiracy theories, but the ambassador has proclaimed himself to be a Zionist and he has previously served in Iran, in the service. Werritty is a self-proclaimed—

Robert Halfon: Point of order, Chairman. What is the point of this?

Paul Flynn: Let me get to it. Werritty is a self-proclaimed expert on Iran.

Chair: I have to take a point of order.

Robert Halfon: Mr Flynn is implying that the British ambassador to Israel is working for a foreign power, which is out of order.

Jul 18 17:00

UK Approves To Renew Trident Weapons System

British lawmakers have finally voted to renew the UK’s Trident nuclear weapons system.

In a 472-to-117 vote on Monday, lawmakers approved renewing Trident, a multi-billion pound project regarded as key to maintaining the UK’s status as a world power.

Jul 18 16:47

May Says Ready To Allow Nuclear Strike Causing Mass Loss Of Life

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she would be ready to allow a nuclear strike that can result in the deaths of 100,000 people.

Jul 18 15:51

UK Cities Threatened By Nice-Like Terror Attacks: Security Official

Smaller cities in the UK might be targeted by terror attacks similar to the one that killed dozens of people in Nice, France, says a former British security official.

Jul 18 15:41

Scottish Shell Firms Used To Launder Money In E. Europe With Govt Certificates

Scottish shell firms are being marketed in Eastern Europe as money laundering and tax avoidance vehicles with official government documentation, it has emerged.

Jul 18 15:19

Most British Are Against 2nd EU Referendum: Poll

An opinion poll has revealed that the majority of British people are against holding a second referendum on UK’s membership of the European Union.

Jul 18 14:54

UK To Maintain Leading Role In Europe Despite Brexit: Johnson

New British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the UK would continue to play a “leading role” in Europe despite the Brexit vote.

“We have to give effect to the will of the people and leave the European Union but… we are not going in any way to abandon our leading role in European participation,” Johnson said on Monday ahead of meeting his EU peers in Brussels for the first time.

Jul 18 13:59

Could A New Center-Left Party Emerge From A Labour Split? Lib Dem Leader Farron Thinks So

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has hinted that Britain’s tumultuous political environment may offer an “historic opportunity” to create a grand alliance between parties in opposition against the Conservative government.

Jul 18 13:36

A Boy Of THREE Is Quizzed By Police For Racism As Number Of Children Accused Of Hate Crimes Soars

More than a hundred children have been reported for hate crimes over the past year with those as young as three being investigated by police.

Figures obtained from 37 of 43 police forces in England and Wales showed that 138 incidents of racial or religious abuse by those under the age of 10 were reported last year – almost double the number of those reported in 2011.

Jul 18 13:35

Trident Renewal ‘Assures Scottish Independence,’ Says Navy Whistleblower William McNeilly

As Prime Minister Theresa May convenes Parliament on Monday to debate renewing Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent, Royal Navy submariner-turned-whistleblower William McNeilly tells RT renewal coupled with Brexit will force Scotland to seek independence.

Jul 18 12:34

Death Of Black Teen Sparks Protests In UK

Hundreds of protesters have held a rally in Liverpool, England, following the death of a black teenager while he was in the custody of police in Merseyside County.

Jul 18 11:22

Sturgeon Says 2nd Scottish Referendum Likely In 2017

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she would consider holding a second referendum on Scottish independence in 2017 if necessary.

Jul 18 10:07

Mike Flynn: ‘Americans Are Fed Up With the Bullshit’

Americans fed up with the bullshit they've been fed for many years. They want the truth.

Flynn: This is where I think the world has misread Donald Trump. He has no intention to step away without examining all relationships that we have. His intent is to relook at the way we are organized globally, where the US is sort of expected to be a global leader, but relook at these alliances and these charters that we are under to make sure that they are still viable for the 21st century. It doesn’t mean that President Trump comes into office and NATO goes away. But I would say that NATO as a political alliance does need to be relooked at in terms of everything — resourcing, capabilities.

Jul 18 09:22

Ignoring Brexit referendum 'VERY TEMPTING' says Labour leadership contender

OWEN SMITH has claimed it would be "very tempting" for Labour to ignore the referendum decision if they were to win a general election.

The Labour leadership candidate and advocate for a second referendum said as a "proud European” if his party were to win the next general election they could stall Brexit negotiations.

Jul 18 09:11

British Parliament Incapable Of Having ‘Reasonable Vote’ On Trident

The British parliament is incapable of having a “reasonable vote” on the renewal of the Trident nuclear program in the wake of the country’s decision to quit the European Union, an analyst says.

Jul 18 07:46

EXPOSED: Fuel fatcats are using Brexit as an EXCUSE to rip off British motorists

Big corporations have been using the “cloak” arguments about post-Brexit Britain which do not stack up to justify sky-high prices at the pumps, a leading campaign group has unearthed.

FairFuelUK has revealed how, even though wholesale oil prices have tumbled since June 23, the amount it costs to fill up a family car has not budged at all.

The group, which is campaigning to bring down Britain’s fuel prices, said the “only reason we can find to justify this is speculation driven by a cloak of supposed market uncertainty”.

Jul 18 07:31

UK offered Brexit free trade deal with Australia

Australia has called for a free trade deal with Britain following its exit from the European Union.

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So much for the fear-mongering that post-BREXIT Britain would be economically isolated!

Jul 18 07:08

ARM acquired by SoftBank for $31 billion

United Kingdom-based ARM — the company that designs the processors at the heart of most every smartphone chipset much less many computers’ chipsets — has come to an agreement with Japanese telco SoftBank to be bought out for £23.4 billion or $31 billion.

Jul 18 04:11

Holidaymakers' fury as British Airways' computer check-in breaks down for the FOURTH time in a month

It is also the fourth BA systems failure in a month, with similar problems on June 19, July 7 and again on July 13.

One BA source told The Sun that the new IT system could cause a 'summer of holiday chaos'.

The source added: 'The system isn't robust enough for an airport like Heathrow. It's a nightmare'.

Passengers arriving at Heathrow yesterday are confronted with new signs, that say: 'We are currently upgrading our check-in system and with more than 700 flights a day, it's a big change for us. We would like to apologise in advance if it takes longer than usual to drop your bag today.'

Phillip Schofield was among several people who poured scorn on the message, saying: 'What are you upgrading too(sic)? Windows 2.1?!!!'

Other passengers said it was 'mayhem' and said the flashy Terminal 5 'is starting to resemble a 3rd World country domestic airport.'

Jul 17 12:55

The demise of Sanders’ “political revolution”

Throughout the Sanders campaign, the Socialist Equality Party has welcomed the broad shift to the left that it revealed in the thinking of millions of working people and youth, while warning that the Vermont senator would inevitably disappoint his supporters.

Bernie Sanders ended his presidential campaign Tuesday, not with a bang but a whimper. The Vermont senator formally endorsed his rival in an undignified prostration before the Democratic Party establishment and Wall Street’s favored presidential candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The unity rally featuring Sanders and Clinton in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had all the spontaneity and enthusiasm of a going-out-of-business sale. The funereal atmosphere was perhaps fitting

Jul 17 12:50

Failed Coup – Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich talks to RT

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, independent researcher and writer, talks to RT International on the attempted coup d’etat in Turkey:

“This incident does not have the hallmarks of a military coup. It’s almost like a mutiny.”

Jul 17 08:46

‘Untrained’ soldiers to be put on front line in manpower crisis: Army recruits with basic training could face jihadis in terrorist attack

Army recruits who have yet to complete their training are to be deployed on the front line for the first time in British history because of a deepening manpower crisis, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

The shock move – which has been condemned by military experts as a sign of the ‘dire’ state of the Army – means soldiers who have had only basic training without learning more advanced skills could face armed jihadis in a terrorist attack and be placed in other life-threatening situations.

The controversial change, revealed in documents seen by The Mail on Sunday, will add up to 5,000 full-time troops and 1,800 part-time troops to the Army at a time when its numbers have dwindled to the lowest ever in modern history.

Jul 17 07:44

London sees mass post-Brexit anti-Tory, anti-austerity, anti-racism protest

Several thousand protesters demonstrated in London on Saturday against austerity, racism and the new Tory government. The opposition rally was the biggest major protest since the June 23 Brexit referendum.

Central London saw more than 10,000 anti-Tory campaigners on the streets and Black Lives Matter activists.

Jul 16 07:08


The Never Trump movement tried to make a stand. It failed by a massive margin.

CLEVELAND — Efforts to block Donald Trump’s nomination — hyped for months by proponents as a growing grass-roots movement among Republican activists attending this week’s convention — turned out to be a flop.

During key votes on Thursday evening, only 12 hard-core holdouts continued to resist Trump’s nomination when members of on the powerful 112-member Convention Rules Committee considered a proposal to prevent delegates from rejecting Trump.

Jul 16 07:02

Republicans in Cleveland Applaud Trump Pick of Mike Pence

Republican delegates and party leaders gathering in Cleveland for next week’s national convention praised Donald Trump’s selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate, saying it would stabilize the ticket and calm social conservatives.

It adds significant government experience to Trump’s outsider campaign for the White House.

“Principled Conservative” … “Solid Grasp On Policy” … “A Home Run” … “Could Not Have Made A Better Choice”

Jul 16 05:46

Beleagured Brussels: US cools interest in trade deal without UK as EU chief enrages China

BELEAGUERED European Union (EU) chiefs were hit with a double-whammy today as the US cooled its interest in a trans-Atlantic trade deal without Britain and a blundering bureaucrat risked stoking tensions with China.

Jul 16 05:46

EU boss says Britain’s EU exit must be painful to serve as a warning to other nations

The president of the European Council said it would be "lethal" to let the UK walk away scot-free as he attempts to avoid a domino effect across the continent in the wake of Brexit.

Mr Tusk took the tough stance amid upcoming negotiations following Britain's sensational Leave vote.

Jul 15 11:03

UK: Theresa May Bans White Nationalist Advocating Ethno-State, Welcomes Muslims Advocating Caliphate

The new British Prime Minister, Theresa May, quietly banned from the UK "a self-described 'identitarian' who leads a white nationalist think tank in Northern Virginia," the Washington Post reports.

Jul 15 10:44

Tony Blair’s Former Propagandist: “Referendums Are Dangerous in a Parliamentary Democracy”

In an interview with Hala Gorani of CNN, the man who served as Tony (the war criminal) Blair’s Director of Communications from 1997 to 2003, Alastair Campbell, denounced referendums as a danger to democracy. Campbell is clearly enraged that the British people had the audacity to vote against the wishes of the establishment; and his remarks are the epitome of elitist thinking – which holds that ordinary people are too stupid to make important decisions on their own.

Campbell is also regurgitating the Orwellian propaganda line that is being spread throughout the Western media: that somehow a democratic referendum is undemocratic. Just because the vote flew in the face of the British establishment, the presstitutes are engaging in intellectual jujitsu in order to demonise the leave vote. Would they be doing so if Britain voted to remain in the EU? I think not.

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!

Jul 15 08:12

US officials afraid of being charged over 9/11 attacks: Analyst

Press TV has conducted an interview with Scott Bennett, a former US Army psychological warfare officer, about the impact of new revelations about the Saudi role in September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Press TV: We have heard certain people privy to its contents say there's nothing in it which implicates the Saudis but we've heard the exact opposite from others high up in the government who have also viewed its pages. Could it be possible that the original document may have been altered to salvage ties with Riyadh?

Jul 15 06:15

Britain’s New Undiplomatic Top Diplomat

New UK Prime Minister Theresa May made key ministerial changes straightaway in office.

Notably she named former London mayor/leading Brexiteer proponent Boris Johnson as foreign minister, shifting incumbent Philip Hammond to finance ministerial duties.

David Cameron’s chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne was sacked, earlier seen as the favorite for Tory leadership, now out of government entirely. - See more at:

Jul 14 17:01

Theresa May Vows ‘Bold, New’ Future For Britain As E.U. Exit Awaits

A chaotic, weeks-long leadership void in Britain ended abruptly Wednesday evening with Theresa May taking power as prime minister and immediately setting out her vision for a “bold” new role for the country even as it hurtles toward a potentially destabilizing exit from the European Union.

Jul 14 16:59

UK New Finance Chief Rules Out Emergency Budget

Britain’s new finance minister Philip Hammond has ruled out an emergency budget following the recent economic turbulence triggered in the country after the Brexit vote.

Jul 14 16:28

VIP Child Sex Abuse: 14 New Corruption Inquiries Leveled Against London Police

British police are alleged to have covered up cases of child sex abuse perpetrated by VIPs over a 40-year period. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has launched 14 new inquiries into Metropolitan Police conduct.

Jul 14 15:29

Rights Groups Urge May To Improve UK Human Rights Record

Britain’s human rights organizations have urged new Prime Minister Theresa May to improve her and the country’s record on human rights.

Amnesty UK, Reprieve and some other charity groups called on Wednesday on the new premier to commit to a fresh start on certain human rights issues such as complicity in torture and the European Convention on Human Rights.

Jul 14 14:53

Nottinghamshire Police Classifies Misogyny As A Hate Crime

Nottinghamshire Police has become the first force in the United Kingdom to recognise misogyny as a hate crime, and will include everything from street harassment through to unwanted physical approaches.


Jul 14 14:17

David Davis Named UK Brexit Secretary In Theresa May Cabinet

Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed former special forces soldier and Europe minister David Davis to the new cabinet position of Secretary of State for Leaving the European Union or Brexit Secretary.

Jul 14 13:59

Vladimir Putin Is The Only Leader The West Has — Paul Craig Roberts

Putin does not want war. He is doing everything in his power to avoid it.

The trip-point of World War III will be the installation of Washington’s missiles in Poland and Romania. As Putin recently made clear to the imbecilic Western journalists, these missiles can easily and secretly be changed from anti-ballistic missiles to nuclear attack missiles that can strike their Russian targets within 5 or fewer minutes of launch, thus depriving Russia of its retaliatory deterrent. Once these missiles are in place, Washington can issue orders to Russia.

Whatever the evil men and women in Washington who are gambling with the life of the planet think, Russia is not going to accept these missiles.

Jul 14 13:49

Brexit campaigner David Davis to lead Britain out of the EU in Theresa May’s new Cabinet

Mr Davis, a former Tory leadership rival to David Cameron, has described Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing Britain.

“The biggest issue over coming years will be managing Brexit, improving UK trade position, controlling borders and enhancing democracy,” Mr Davis tweeted last month.

Making trade deals with countries outside Europe should be a top priority.

“That needs vision, optimism, energy and drive – that is why I am backing @BorisJohnson for Conservative leader,” he added.

Jul 14 13:48

Refugee Family Forced To Flee Home Over Racial Abuse Hours After Settling In Former ‘BNP Hotbed’

Members of a Syrian refugee family, including six children, were left “shaking and crying” hours after settling into their new home in Stoke-on-Trent when a neighbor allegedly hurled racial insults at them. The insulted family reportedly said they wanted to go back to Syria.

Jul 14 10:49

4 Cyberattacks In 1 Year Make British Rail Network Potential Commuter Deathtrap

Britain’s railway network is notoriously overpriced, overcrowded, and experiences frequent delays. Now cyberattacks are threatening to turn the morning commute into a deathtrap as well.

Jul 14 01:33



In the video below, Paul says that “if the FBI’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton is accepted, we will have become a nation of two sets of laws: one for the Clintons, and one for everyone else.”

Jul 14 01:25

Vladimir Putin Is The Only Leader The West Has — Paul Craig Roberts

Putin does not want war. He is doing everything in his power to avoid it.

A Reuters news report under the names of presstitutes Robin Emmott and Sabine Siebold shows how devoid the West is of honest, intelligent and responsible journalists and government officials.

First we will examine the dishonesty or incompetence of the reporters and then that of Western government officials.

Jul 13 15:50

Cameron: A Political Obituary… PM Leaves A Legacy Of Failure And Claims Of Pig Headedness

As David Cameron ties up the loose ends at 10 Downing Street before his long-serving Home Secretary Theresa May moves in, RT reviews the legacy of the man who put the Conservatives back in power, and some say brought Britain to the brink.