May 12 18:01

We were lied to! Secret document FCO 30/1048 kept truth about EU from British for 30 years

A SECRET document, which remained locked away for 30 years, advised the British Government to COVER-UP the realities of EU membership so that by the time the public realised what was happening it would be too late.

Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.

But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.

The classified paper, dated April 1971, suggested the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.

May 12 17:53

U-TURN! Ofcom WON'T remove Russia Today's broadcast rights despite claims of Putin stooge

RT faced backlash following the nerve agent attack in Salisbury and was accused of promoting the Russian interpretation of events, leading Ofcom to announce they would consider whether to remove their license.

Tom Tugendhat, the Chairman of the Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee, denounced the channel as a “hostile agent” and accused RT of conducting “information warfare.”

Following the Salisbury attack Ofcom said it would consider whether RT’s broadcast license holders, ANO TV Novosti, were “fit and proper”.

But in a stunning U-turn the regulator now appears to have changed its mind.

May 12 11:06


At the beginning of the month (May 2018) the British Ministry of Defence seemingly on accident revealed for the first time that they are unloading horrifyingly inhumane, thermobaric weapons out of drones onto the people of Syria: and it wasn’t even in this recent April 2018 escalation of tension, but last year. They are doing it more often than they’d like to admit.

Somehow the use of thermobaric weapons seems less humane than ripping a person to shreds with shrapnel.

The weapons work by igniting oxygen surrounding the weapon.

A cloud of explosive chemicals is released, and upon impact the fuel-air mixture is detonated, exploding the lungs of animals and human beings in the vicinity, not damaging structures much but filling the lungs of all animals with fuel and burning them in what may be one of the most horrifying ways imaginable to die.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!!

But then again, please remember that this one of the countries selling bombs and weapons to Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia, which he is using to assassinate infants, women, children, and the medically fragile elderly in Yemen.

This... from the country which gave the world the Magna Carta; how in the name of heaven could it have fallen so morally low as to be doing this in Syria?!?!?

May 12 10:40

The 'witch-hunt' that wasn't: The actual figures behind Troubles legacy investigations

A Northern Irish human rights organization has hit out at claims that a "witch-hunt" is underway against UK armed-forces veterans who served in Northern Ireland between 1968 and 1998.

The Pat Finucane Centre, a Derry-based advocacy group, took to Twitter to counter"inaccuracies and blatant lies," published in a Daily Mail 'scoop.' The piece labeled government plans to form a new Historical Investigations Unit (HUI), tasked with investigating unsolved murders during the conflict, as a "betrayal of our soldiers...again!"

But statistics provided by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and originally published by the BBC prove that this is not the case.

The setting up of the HUI was agreed as part of 2014's Stormont House Agreement – overseen by both the Irish and UK governments – and will take over from the now-defunct Historical Enquiries Team (HET), which ran from 2005 to 2014.

May 12 10:37

‘Could the army overthrow a Corbyn government?’ Telegraph op-ed piece gets slammed

Militaristic fantasies were unleashed on The Telegraph's op-ed pages this week, when a piece asked: 'What would a 21st century British coup look like? And what would a Corbyn government have to do to survive it?'

Throwing partisanship out the window, The Telegraph published an opinion piece written by Paul Carter, a political commentator who is writing a book about Harold Wilson and Louis Mountbatten. He wondered if the near-coup led by Earl Mountbatten of Burma could happen in modern times. "Only one week after Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader, a serving general of the army warned of a direct and public challenge if a future Prime Minister Corbyn jeopardised the country's security: 'The army wouldn't stand for it... people would use whatever means possible, fair or foul to prevent that,'" Carter wrote

May 12 10:37

Conservative Activist, Journalist Lauren Southern Detained at Calais, Banned From Entering UK

The government has banned Canadian right-wing activist and journalist Lauren Southern from Britain, being held at Calais just days after Austrian activist Martin Sellner and author Brittany Pettibone were refused entry at Heathrow.

May 12 10:36

Identitarian Activists Martin Sellner and Brittany Pettibone Detained at Heathrow Ahead of Planned Speech

Austrian hipster-right Identitarian leader Martin Sellner was detained and refused entry to Britain on Friday at Heathrow airport ahead of a planned speech at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, London.

Sellner, along with his partner, YouTube political commentator and author Brittany Pettibone, was refused entry into the UK according to the British branch of the Generation Identity movement.

In a press release, the group said that Sellner and Pettibone arrived in Britain at Luton airport at 1 pm and were told they were being detained because of the planned speech, with authorities claiming Sellner represented, “a far-right group and intend[s] to incite racial hatred.”

The pair were then moved to Heathrow airport at 1 am where they were both placed in detention, along with other foreign nationals waiting to be deported.

May 12 09:36

Motorised shed hits 100mph to break speed record at Pendine Sands

A souped-up motorised shed has broken its own land speed record on a Welsh beach as it hit 100mph.

May 12 09:36

‘Rees-Mogg has a VERY REAL chance of becoming PM!’ Brexit expert in GLOWING recommendation

JACOB Rees-Mogg has “a very real chance” of becoming Prime Minister because the Conservative Party is now very “pro-leave”, a Brexit expert declared.

Matthew Goodwin, Kent University Politics Professor, also caused his audience to laugh when he compared Theresa May to a “body being dragged along” like a character in a Die Hard film.

He said: “We may be beginning to see a stronger eurosceptic turn within the Cabinet. We have seen Jacob Rees-Mogg and the ERG group which is 60 strong beginning to mobilise very vocally around the argument that there cannot be any form of customs union that would jeopardise what Brexit is about.

May 12 09:27

Liam Fox superbly SHUT DOWN Dimbleby when he attacked Tory Brexiteers as INCOMPETENT

SECRETARY of State for International Trade Liam Fox shut down a savage attack by Jonathan Dimbleby on the BBC Any Questions show when the host accused the Conservatives of being a “bunch of incompetents”.

May 12 09:27

Theresa May's REVENGE as Boris Johnson FROZEN OUT of important Brexit discussions

THERESA MAY has divided her squabbling Brexit war Cabinet and frozen out Boris Johnson after the Foreign Secretary skewered the Prime Minister’s preferred customs plan, labelling it as “crazy”.

May 11 15:34

Make masses carry their mobes, suggests wig in not-at-all-creepy speech

A senior British judge has highlighted the benefits of legislation that obliges people to carry their mobile phone at all times.

Sir Geoffrey Vos QC, Chancellor of the High Court and former head of the Bar Council, raised the prospect of compulsory mobe-carrying in a speech to the Law Society (PDF).

Vos drew attention to the advantages that a permanent record of an individual's movement could have on cutting crime.

He did not personally advocate the compulsory carrying of location-aware technology, but speculated that public resistance to it may diminish in the future.

May 11 10:33


Peak stupidity seems to be reached daily. This is pretty funny.


May 11 09:43

As Violent Crime Soars, Sadiq Khan Vows to Fight Cheeseburgers

As violent crime continues to soar in London, Mayor Sadiq Khan went on air to take the fight to the real problem – cheeseburgers.

Yes, really.

During a series of appearance on morning television, Khan announced a proposal to ban junk food ads across the capital.

Brits reacted by ridiculing Khan for distracting what should be his sole focus right now – violent crime. Latest figures show there has been a 38 per cent surge in knife crime in London. Under Khan, homicides have risen by 27.1 per cent and youth homicide by 70 per cent. Other serious crimes like robbery and home burglaries are also on the increase.

May 11 09:10

The Skripals Will Most Likely Never be Allowed to Talk

In the meantime, I want to refocus on the Skripal case. There is one outright bizarre thing which I initially dismissed, but which really is becoming disturbing: the fact that the Brits are apparently holding Sergei and Iulia Skripal incommunicado. In other words, they have been kidnapped.

May 11 08:58

Breathtaking arrogance of the House of Lords – EXPRESS COMMENT

The House of Lords exists to monitor legislation and provide guidance, not try to run some unelected dictatorship in which they clearly do not believe the "little people" are capable of thinking for themselves.

In addition to that, given that some members are receiving farming subsidies from the EU, there looks to be at least the possibility of a conflict of interest. Just who is keeping an eye on the Lords? This is a sideshow we do not need at a very delicate moment in our history and if the Lords are not careful, history is what they, too, will become. There are enough concerns already about the bloated size of the second chamber and about its relevance in the 21st century.

If they prove themselves to be anti-democratic practitioners intent only on following their own agenda, then they will be signing their own death warrant.

May 11 08:19

What is the link between the UK Foreign Office and terrorist groups in Syria?

May 11 08:05

UK silence on Israel’s detention of Palestinian children

Some UK politicians are getting fed up with Israel’s disregard for international law on the rights of children. 6 years after a damning report on “Israel’s widespread and systematic ill-treatment of Palestinian child detainees,” next to nothing had improved, and Israel refused an additional follow-up visit.

But even as some are calling for tough measures, the UK voted against a resolution on Israeli accountability at the UN Human Rights Council last March.

May 11 07:12

Police threaten to ARREST Facebook users who mocked them over a post boasting that patrols had seized a tiny amount of cannabis from a youth in a nature reserve

Police officers threatened to arrest Facebook users who poked fun at their minuscule drugs bust after seizing a tiny amount of cannabis from a man sat in a car.

Officers from West Yorkshire Police posted about a 'small quantity' of cannabis they confiscated from a 'young man who was parked up alone' on Tuesday.

But their boast was met by a barrage of sarcastic and hilarious comments - which did not sit well with the officers and they threatened to prosecute the jokers.

One person commented 'You're a clown', while another questioned 'did you fee the ducks... getting paid for a nice bike ride in the park.'

One user added: 'Hope you manage to nail Pablo Escobar this afternoon.'

The post was shared across social media with others commenting: 'Wow that's put a dent in the war on drugs lol.'

May 11 06:51

Shining lasers at planes in the UK could now get you up to 5 years in jail

Freshly passed law means intent is no longer important

May 10 18:38

The Implications of the U.S. Withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal

E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, interviewed on Press TV on President Trump's withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iran Nuclear Deal.

May 10 16:04

UK: Sharing 'Hate Posts' Online Could Lead to Six Months In Jail Under Newly Proposed Rules

The rulers of what many are now calling "Cuck Island" want to throw Brits in prison for sharing or commented on so-called "hate posts" on social media.

May 10 15:22

'Questions need answering': Academics pull apart UK's Skripal poisoning claims

In response to the attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal, the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media - made up of British academics specializing in subjects from Russian studies to medical science - concluded that “substantive questions raised need answering, especially given the seriousness of the political situation in the Middle East and UK-Russian relations.”

Among other things, the briefing suggests that:

  • It is not seriously disputed nerve agent A-234 can be produced in any advanced lab.
  • The failure of the assassination attempt suggests the perpetrators lacked competence of state-directed assassins.
  • No other attempted assassinations of defectors from Russian intelligence services have been recorded.
  • May 10 10:02

    Donald Trump angers Scots after luxury golf resort bans Irn-Bru

    Trump has really done it now. He has banned the Scots #1 soft drink from his Scottish resort and golf course. Boy is he in big trouble now!
    Where is William Wallace when you need him. Trump can kill them,attack their country,sanction them,but the Scots will never give up their Irn Bru!

    It is the best-selling soft drink in Scotland, often referred to as the country's "other national drink," so it should perhaps come as no surprise that the banning of Irn-Bru from a luxury golf resort owned by Donald Trump has caused many Scots to see, erm, orange.

    May 10 09:38

    Brexit news: May’s customs partnership plan will cost Britain '£60MILLION A WEEK'

    THERESA MAY’S controversial Customs Partnership proposal could see Britain sending the European Union £60million-a-week in import duties, experts warned last night.

    May 10 09:37

    Britain's first private police force to go nationwide after success in London's wealthiest neighbourhoods

    Britain’s first private police force is set to be rolled out across the nation following its success in three of London’s wealthiest neighbourhoods.

    The force, called My Local Bobby, makes citizens arrests and can gather evidence to launch private prosecutions.

    Clients who pay up to £200-a-month are given a direct line to a local officer, who they can also track on an iPad, and enjoy a meet-and-greet service from Tube stations or cars.

    The scheme, which was set up by former Met officers David McKelvey and Tony Nash, is currently being trialled in Belgravia, Mayfair and Kensington.

    May 10 08:51

    REVEALED: Brexit wrecker's EU handouts - Duke of Wellington pocketed farming subsidies

    THE House of Lords ringleader defying the will of the people over Brexit receives significant EU land subsidies for his vast country estate. The Duke of Wellington is chief among a group of unelected peers who have helped inflict 14 defeats on the Government’s flagship Brexit legislation in the Lords.

    May 10 08:32

    What They're NOT Telling You About London

    May 10 08:18

    How Britain enabled the ethnic cleansing of Palestine

    Supporters of Israel among Britain’s ruling elite tend to recite mantras about the two nations sharing the same values.

    If theft and plunder were regarded as values, the mantras would have a ring of truth to them.

    Expecting full honesty and transparency from Theresa May’s government would, however, not be realistic. So it comes as little surprise that one of her cabinet colleagues has wished Israel a happy 70th birthday, while trumpeting its commitment to “justice, compassion, tolerance.”

    The greeting – from Gavin Williamson, Britain’s defense secretary – was delivered at a time when unarmed protesters were being massacred in Gaza.

    May 10 08:01

    There will be blood: BT to axe 13,000 employees

    Former state monopoly BT is to chop 13,000 jobs over the next three years and will shutter its current London HQ under plans to wring out £1.5bn in costs and boost its flagging share price.

    The roles earmarked for redundancy are mainly in the back office and middle management, but BT did not specify which areas of the business the axe will fall. BT presently has 106,000 on the payroll worldwide.

    May 09 15:54

    Breaking: Boris Johnson announces readiness for Syrian peace talks with no preconditions

    BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:20 P.M.) – The Secretary-General of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, Nasser Al-Hariri, told British Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, that his group is ready to commit to peace talks with the Syrian government under no preconditions.

    May 09 10:44

    Sharing hate posts online could lead to six months' jail as judges recommend harsh punishments for internet trolls who torment racial, religious or sexual minority groups

    Social media users who share or comment on racist or anti-gay postings will face jail under rules proposed yesterday.

    Advice for judges and magistrates recommends harsh punishments for those found guilty of stirring up hatred against racial, religious or sexual minority groups.

    Among those jailed should be people who post comments or share online hate speech because they have been reckless as to whether they stir up hatred, say the proposals from the Sentencing Council.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Israel uses butterfly bullets to kill Palestinian children = HATE SPEECH

    May 09 10:10

    BMW recalls 300,000 cars that risk stalling completely

    BMW is extending a UK recall of its cars after the BBC's Watchdog found that vehicles could cut out completely while they are being driven.

    It is recalling 312,000 vehicles: the BMW 1 Series, the 3 Series, the Z4 and its X1 petrol and diesel models made between March 2007 and August 2011.

    BMW initially recalled 36,410 petrol cars last year over safety issues.

    It said it now recognised there may have been similar problems in cars not covered by the first recall.

    May 09 09:58

    'We won’t walk away’: Boris Johnson commits UK to Iran nuclear deal after US’ withdrawal (VIDEO)

    UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fallen short of outright condemning US President Donald Trump over what has been branded the “reckless” decision to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal.

    Speaking after PMQs, the Foreign Secretary said Britain did the “utmost” in attempting to persuade the Republican leader to stick with the deal, which he said is “vital to national security and stability of the Middle East.” He added the UK would “not walk away” from the internationally-backed agreement.

    May 09 09:20

    Who is caught up in Australia's dual citizen saga?

    Five Australian politicians have been disqualified from parliament for having dual citizenship when they were elected in 2016.

    Story discloses the second citizenship of the MPs involved.

    May 09 08:10

    Europeans Warn US Not to Block Them From Staying in Iran Deal

    Britain, France, and Germany have issued statements following President Trump’s withdrawal from the P5+1 nuclear deal, warning the US that they must “avoid taking action which obstructs” the rest of the signatories from continuing with the deal.

    Iran plans to stay in the deal, as do the other P4+1 nations. This involves substantial sanction relief for Iran and allowing Western businesses to trade with Iran. Though the US never really complied with this, European nations have tried to allow such deals, and don’t want the US to stop them.

    May 09 07:43

    BREXIT SHAME: Lords take 'wrecking ball' to Brexit - Unelected peers defeat PM again

    FURY erupted last night as members of the Lords were accused of “taking a wrecking ball” to Brexit. There were four new defeats for the Government over vital legislation, including supporting a move that could delay our departure from the EU.

    May 09 07:08

    BREXIT REVENGE: Britain to BLOCK firms from transferring sensitive data to EU

    BRITAIN could ban corporations from transferring sensitive data to Europe as a row over the Galileo satellite system threatens to torpedo Brexit negotiations.

    May 09 07:08


    Theres are the 2 bishops, 17 Tories, 50 crossbenchers, 83 Labour, 84 LibDem and 11 other peers who voted to overturn the referendum result and keep the UK in the single market tonight. More than a few voting to protect their EU pensions. This is the 13th time the unelected House of Lords has voted to try to wreck Brexit.

    May 08 09:37

    Theresa May is mocked by Russian Embassy with 'Three Billboards Outside Salisbury, Wiltshire' tweet asking why there have been no arrests over Skripal nerve agent attack

    Vladimir Putin's London embassy has openly mocked Theresa May by spoofing an Oscar winning film because Britain has not found any Russian suspects over the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal two months ago.

    Mr Putin's team has posted its own version of the famous scene from the Academy Award-winning film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

    But instead they call it 'Three Billboards Outside Salisbury, Wiltshire' and the poorly photoshopped image says: 'Two months since Salisbury poisoning and still no suspects? How come, Prime Minister May?'

    May 08 09:33

    Anti-Immigrant Norwegian 'Denied Entry' to UK Because of 'Wrong Values'

    Tore Rasmussen, a prominent figure of the anti-immigration movement Generation Identity, has become yet another right-wing activist banned from entering the UK for committing nothing but "thoughtcrime."

    By his own admission, Tore Rasmussen had been detained at Gatwick Airport, London, because British authorities believed his views represented a "serious threat" to the UK.

    Thirty-seven-year-old Tore Rasmussen has been living in London since last December. On Friday evening he arrived home after a trip to Austria, but was stopped at passport control by the border authorities. A few hours later he was handed a denial of entry and was ordered to return to Austria with the next flight.

    May 08 09:33

    Lords to SCRAP Britain's BREXIT DATE: Peers in shock new block amendment to EU bill

    The House of Lords will today propose an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill to ensure March 29, 2019 is no longer fixed in law as the date the UK leaves the Brussels club.

    Labour peer Baroness Hayter said the amendment would give the UK "greater flexibility” when exiting the bloc as she insisted that having a leave date set in stone would have “negative” impact on Brexit.

    She told PolticsHome: "Introduced during the Commons stages of the Bill, and driven no doubt by political PR, putting such a definitive deadline into law could have a negative impact on the final round of negotiations.

    May 08 09:32

    Why Russian Gas Is Critical For The UK

    Although some companies have learned to ride the waves of geopolitics quite efficiently, still in most cases political tensions only complicate the dealings of energy companies. The Skripal poisoning case has driven a massive political wedge between the United Kingdom and Russia (nations whose relations are historically strained already) and is on the verge of blighting their energy ties. The UK Government’s threats to ban Russian gas imports altogether would be a very short-sighted step, the harm of which would take many years to undo. As opposed to the usual rhetoric of ‘‘safeguarding energy security“ and ‘‘countering Russian influence“, both London and Moscow have a lot to win from a good energy relationship.

    May 08 09:31

    'Don't go to Asda for fuel!' Customers slam 'absolute joke' supermarket after motorists are 'charged' £99 deposit on their bank cards before they can fill up with petrol

    A motorist has hit out at Asda after she was 'charged' £99 before she filled her car up with fuel.

    Jade Louise claims she was debited £99 on top of her £5 petrol transaction at an Asda in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and says there were no signs warning customers about the fee.

    MasterCard said the charge was introduced at automated fuel pumps so that customers didn't fill up with more fuel than they could afford - but says no money will be taken from their accounts.

    However Jade claims she was left out of pocket for three days.

    May 08 09:13

    'This could be the end of May' Tories on brink of CIVIL WAR in EU customs union row

    THE CONSERVATIVE Party is on the brink of a civil war over future customs relationships with the EU which “could be the end of Theresa May” as Prime Minister.

    May 08 09:10

    End of special relationship: Macron and Trump row erupts over Paris attack comments

    US President Donald Trump angered France and Britain after he suggested looser gun laws could have helped prevent deadly attacks in Paris in 2015 and said the knife crime in London could be connected to a ban on handguns.

    May 08 08:51

    ‘Innocent’ boy, 13, blasted in head with shotgun while walking with his parents on London high street was not the target, cops reveal

    A 13-YEAR-OLD boy was shot accidentally while walking down the street in London with his parents, police revealed today.

    The boy was an “innocent bystander” hit by stray pellets when a gunman targeted a 15-year-old on a busy high street - one of three shootings in a weekend of bloodshed in the capital.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Thank goodness they have gun control in Great Britain!

    May 08 07:25

    Theresa May shouldn’t be ‘believed’ on alleged Syria chemical attack — John Pilger to RT (VIDEO)

    Speaking to RT’s Afshin Rattansi on Going Underground, renowned journalist and filmmaker John Pilger said nothing that the UK prime minister Theresa May says “is to be believed”

    Commenting on the recent Anglo-American-French missile strikes against alleged Syrian chemical facilities, Pilger said the offensive was “built on a series of...lies, fabrications,” adding that May’s justifications for participation in the strikes shouldn’t be taken at face value.

    “I don’t think anything she says is to be believed,”, he said.

    May 07 18:06

    11,000 homeowners are at risk of losing their properties after being trapped on interest-only mortgages they can not afford to repay

    With a traditional capital and repayment mortgage, a homeowner will make monthly instalments to pay off their loan. At the end of their mortgage term - typically 25 years - they owed nothing to the bank and the house is their own.

    With an interest-only deal borrowers only paid off the interest on their mortgage, but never made payments to cover the actual loan they had borrowed from the bank. It means that when the deal ends they must find money to pay back the capital they originally borrowed.

    Millions of these deals were sold in the 1980s and 1990s as homeowners were told by salesman that rises in house prices would more than cover the debt they owed to the bank.

    At the height of the frenzy as many as four in five deals were interest only.

    But with no means of repaying this money they must beg the bank to allow them to continue making repayments and to hold off demanding the capital until their house is sold when they die.

    May 07 10:55

    East London hit by ACID ATTACK spree: Three rushed to hospital in morning horror

    Police were called to Kingsland High Street in Dalston just after 5am this morning after the men sustained injuries.

    The victims, aged 17, 22 and 27 were hit with a “noxious substance” according to police.

    No arrests have been made yet in connection with the incident.

    There has been an alarming rise in the number of acid attacks taking place in the UK in recent years, with London seeing a particular alarming spike.

    The UK has one of the highest rates of acid attacks per capita in the world, according to Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI).

    May 07 10:51

    The #DayForFreedom March - MASSIVE rally for free speech in Britain (VIDEO)

    . Liberty may not be thriving in the UK, but it’s not dead yet!

    May 07 09:54

    France, UK, Germany to Stick to Iran Deal Irrespective of US Decision

    The foreign ministers of France, Germany and the United Kingdom have issued a joint statement, assuring that the EU would maintain the Iran nuclear deal, calling it the best way to avoid nuclear proliferation.

    "We are determined to save this deal because this accord safeguards against nuclear proliferation and is the right way to stop Iran getting a nuclear weapon," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told reporters in Berlin.

    The corresponding position has been voiced by Foreign Minister Heiko Maas:

    "We continue to believe that this agreement makes the world safer and without this agreement, the world would be less safe," Maas stated during a joint news conference with his French counterpart, adding that "a failure would result in an escalation."

    May 06 10:16

    Sajid Javid's family in UK visa scandal: Uncles of Home Secretary ran firm in Pakistan fixing entry papers... but migrants say they were scammed

    Two uncles of new Home Secretary Sajid Javid have been accused of running a ‘cash for visas’ scam targeting migrants who wanted to get into Britain.

    His relatives are alleged to have conned people in Pakistan out of money after promising to obtain documents which did not materialise.

    One of the uncles is also understood to have offered to help Pakistanis enter Britain by arranging marriages for cash.

    May 06 09:55

    How this ‘covert' clause agreed by Lords could REVERSE Brexit just WEEKS before exit day

    A ‘COVERT’ clause added to the Government's landmark Brexit Bill by the House of Lords this week could allow peers to “delay, frustrate and ultimately reverse” the split from Brussels, a senior Commons researcher has warned.

    May 06 08:16

    Karl Marx Was Rothschilds' Third Cousin

    Karl Heinrich Marx (5 May 1818 - 14 March 1883), was a 19th century Jewish political ideologue who presented himself to the world as a journalist and economist. He is best known for subverting the nascent Socialist movement, likely as an agent of his cousin Rothschild; and on instructions from his mentor Moses Hess, creating a supposedly "scientific" theory known as Marxism.

    Marx came from a long line of Jewish rabbis. He lived in Dean Street, London in squalor. He used to visit the Red Lion Pub at Great Windmill Street, Soho where he and Friedrich Engels were asked to write what became the Communist Manifesto. His best known work is the book Das Kapital, which fails to mention that money is printed out of thin air and by his cousins, the Rothschilds.

    May 05 14:19

    Britain in the grip of the Zionist lobby: Living in an Orwellian dystopia

    It is puzzling to witness the speed and ferocity with which Britain is deteriorating into an Orwellian nightmare.

    The Evening Standard reported last month that “a London council worker has been suspended after being caught claiming Zionists ‘collaborated’ with the Nazis”.

    Stan Keable was removed from his duties as an environmental enforcement officer for Hammersmith and Fulham Council after saying, “The Nazis were anti-Semitic. The problem I’ve got is the Zionist government at the time collaborated with them. They accepted the ideas that Jews are not acceptable here.”...>>

    May 05 11:33

    Flashback: Surgeon regularly treating children in school uniform for knife wounds says London hospital is 'like Afghanistan war zone'

    A surgeon in London has likened his hospital to a war zone and says he is regularly treating children in school uniform for knife wounds.

    Martin Griffiths, a lead surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust, said military colleagues have described their work as being similar to Camp Bastion, the British Forces base in Afghanistan.

    The experienced surgeon said children aged as young as 13 are being admitted to his hospital with knife and gun wounds on a daily basis.

    May 05 11:00

    Britain’s Friends of Israel MPs get a lesson in hate

    The number of British MPs from both the Labour and Conservative parties who appear to be concerned about the education of Palestinian children should be heart-warming. However, the focus of their concern is not about the Israeli snipers who appear to use the children as target practice, nor Tel Aviv’s policies which result in the bulldozing of entire schools; nor, indeed, the many military checkpoints that pupils have to navigate in order to reach their classrooms.

    The MPs I’m talking about use every available opportunity to grill the Department for International Development (DfID) and any other organisation over any education aid for Palestine. On each and every occasion that a question is asked in parliament by one or more of these MPs, specifically on education, a government minister will assure them that the money does not fund terrorism, nor does it go towards funding “incitement”.

    May 05 10:58

    OPCW corrects its own chief’s bizarre claim that ‘50-100 grams of Novichok’ were used on Skripals

    In an interview with the New York Times, published on Thursday, Ahmet Uzumcu, who has led the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) since 2009, said that 50-100 grams of the Soviet-developed nerve agent were used in the March 4 Salisbury incident involving the former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

    The discussion of the exact quantity is not academic. According to the newspaper, the amount was “significantly larger than the amount that would be created in a laboratory for research purposes, meaning that it was almost certainly created for use as a weapon,” and tallied with UK “evidence” that Russia has been “stockpiling” Novichok.

    OPCW director-general Ahmet Uzumcu / Reuters
    Uzumcu’s claim immediately raised questions from chemists and diplomats alike.

    May 05 10:46

    UK to Continue Support of White Helmets in Syria - Foreign Office

    The United Kingdom will continue to support the activities of the White Helmets organization in war-torn Syria, a Foreign Office spokesperson told Sputnik on Friday commenting on the reported suspension of assistance to the non-governmental group by Washington.

    "The UK remains committed to supporting the White Helmets and the vital work they do, providing life-saving assistance to civilians affected by Syria’s conflict," the spokesperson said.

    May 05 10:43

    UK drones firing organ-destroying ‘vacuum bombs’ on the rise in Syria - FOI request reveals (VIDEO)

    The UK is ‘indiscriminately’ using thermobaric missiles as part of its ongoing air war in Syria, a Freedom of Information (FoI) request has revealed.
    The Ministry of Defence (MoD) admitted, for the first time, using thermobaric weapons during strikes carried out by Royal Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drones during missions in January and February, in response to the FoI request by anti-war campaign group Drone Wars UK.

    Thermobaric weapons, known colloquially as “vacuum bombs,” differ from conventional munitions - which cause damage by spreading shrapnel - as they create a high-temperature explosion with an extremely powerful blast radius. The pressure created causes severe internal damage to the organs of people caught in the blast radius.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    So the British military and government haven't stopped using these bombs; they just redefined them.

    More proof positive that the British Prime Minister May and MOD Gavin Williamson, have collectively had their conscience surgically removed.

    May 05 10:26


    In the decade since the UK rolled out its Great Firewall, the project of somehow dividing the entire internet into "good" and "bad" (or even "all-ages" and "adult") has run into a series of embarrassing gaffes, blocking rape crisis sites while letting through all sorts of ghastly porn -- and at every turn, the Conservative government's response has been to double down on internet censorship, expanding it from a parental filter to an opt-out porn filter, whose biggest backers have repeatedly demonstrated their technical incompetence.

    It's not surprising that the loudest voices clamouring for an accurate and comprehensive list of all the world's adults-only material are also technological incompetents -- the UK porn firewall is a classic example of the "nerd harder" school of technology policymaking, in which a politician insists that the reason that all the technical experts have called their plans unworkable is that they're just not nerding hard enough.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    It is becomming rapidly, painfully apparent, that the words "technologically capable" and "UK government", can no longer be used in the same sentence.

    May 05 10:03

    Trump's London knife crime comments ridiculous, says surgeon

    A senior London surgeon has hit back at US President Donald Trump for criticising the level of knife crime in the city while defending US gun laws.

    Prof Karim Brohi, who heads the group overseeing the city's trauma treatment, said it was "ridiculous" to suggest guns could help combat knife violence.

    May 05 06:07

    OPCW inspectors finish fact-finding mission in Syria’s Douma

    The analysis of the samples may take at least three to four weeks


    May 04 08:59

    MoD accidentally reveals British drones firing thermobaric missiles in Syria

    The Ministry of Defence has revealed for the first time – seemingly accidentally – that British drones are firing thermobaric weapons in Syria. The disclosure comes in an Freedom of Information (FoI) response to Drone Wars detailing the use of Reaper drones over the previous three months.

    In the response, officials give a breakdown of the type of Hellfire missiles fired, stating that 19 AGM-114N4 and 44 AGM-114R2 had been used. The ‘N’ version of the missile uses a Metal Augmented Charge (MAC) warhead that contains a thermobaric explosive fill using aluminium with the explosive mixture. When the warhead detonates, the aluminium mixture is dispersed and rapidly burns. The sustained high pressure explosion is extremely damaging, creating a powerful shock wave and vacuum. Anyone in the vicinity is likely to die from internal organ damage.

    May 04 08:37

    Yemen conflict: Secret documents suggest 7,000 UK personnel may be complicit in Saudi slaughter

    To what extent is the UK aiding the Saudi intervention in Yemen? A new report suggests help is more hands-on than just defense deals.

    Never seen before documents published as part of a new paper titled 'UK Personnel Supporting the Saudi Armed Forces – Risk, Knowledge and Accountability', suggest that some of the functions carried out by British personnel and arms companies in the Gulf kingdom may be more than what the Government is willing to admit.

    According to the report, British arms deals to Saudi Arabia dating back to to 1985 have contained secret support clauses for British-made aircraft which tie British contractor and government personnel to Saudi military action, even if the UK is not itself involved directly.

    May 04 08:36

    UK drones firing organ-destroying ‘vacuum bombs’ on the rise in Syria - FOI request reveals (VIDEO)

    The UK is ‘indiscriminately’ using thermobaric missiles as part of its ongoing air war in Syria, a Freedom of Information (FoI) request has revealed.

    The Ministry of Defence (MoD) admitted, for the first time, using thermobaric weapons during strikes carried out by Royal Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drones during missions in January and February, in response to the FoI request by anti-war campaign group Drone Wars UK.

    Thermobaric weapons, known colloquially as “vacuum bombs,” differ from conventional munitions - which cause damage by spreading shrapnel - as they create a high-temperature explosion with an extremely powerful blast radius. The pressure created causes severe internal damage to the organs of people caught in the blast radius.

    May 04 08:31

    Reality Check: The Fight for Alfie Evans

    His name was Alfie Evans, a 24-month-old baby who died in the UK on Saturday.

    Though his life was mercilessly short, Alfie was at the center of a heart-wrenching debate over who should have final authority over a child’s medical care: the parents, or the state.

    And at what point does medical care cross the line into medical kidnapping? Did that happen here?

    Let’s give it a Reality Check you won’t get anywhere else.

    May 04 08:19

    Facial recognition cameras used by UK police are 'dangerously inaccurate' and have so far marked THOUSANDS of innocent people as potential criminals, figures reveal

    South Wales Police, London's Met and Leicestershire are all trialling automated facial recognition systems in public places to identify wanted criminals.

    According to police figures, the system often makes more incorrect matches than correct ones.

    Experts warned the technology could lead to false arrests and described it as a 'dangerously inaccurate policing tool'.

    May 04 08:12

    BBC Question Time audience member MOCKS Tony Blair as room fills with HYSTERICS

    The man in the crowd made the quip about the former prime minister during a discussion on whether Donald Trump should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his foreign policy towards North Korea.

    He stated: “The idea of giving Donald Trump the Nobel Peace Prize would be an even bigger joke than making a Tony Blair peace envoy to the Middle East, a complete and utter travesty.

    “Far from this talk of rapprochement and the rest of it we should be talking about celebrating diversity in the streets of the UK when Donald Trump comes to the UK.”

    The audience member also made a devastating swipe at Emmanuel Macron for offering the Republican firebrand a “hand of friendship”.

    May 04 08:11

    Donald Trump could address UK Parliament after MAJOR SNUB to Speaker John Bercow's ruling

    DONALD Trump could be allowed to address the UK Parliament despite a ban imposed by the House of Commons Speaker John Bercow, after peers urged the Lord Speaker to allow Mr Trump to speak in the Royal Gallery if a formal request is made.

    May 04 08:09

    Rejecting EU attempts to keep Iran deal + staying in Syria = more regime changes on the US mind?

    French President Emmanuel “Little Macro” Macron and German Chancellor Angela “Mutti” Merkel might just as well have stayed home and saved the carbon emissions spewed out during their flights to Washington.

    Both came with the same task – to convince President Donald Trump not to pull the US out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the JCPOA) regarding Iran’s nuclear program. It was a fool’s errand.

    Macron, in every way the junior representative of the Franco-German partnership at the heart of the European Union (EU), was the guest of honor at Trump’s first formal state dinner. He exploited his improbable “bromance” with Trump and his participation in last month’s strike on Syria for all he was worth – which, in the end, wasn’t much. Merkel, whose dislike for Trump is notorious and mutual, fared no better.

    May 04 08:08

    Info that Novichok was produced by Czechs is ‘crushing blow’ to London’s theory – Russian Senator

    The fact that the nerve agent the UK claims was used to poison a Russian ex-spy and his daughter was being produced in the Czech Republic is a “powerful blow” to the UK theory that Russia is to blame, a Russian Senator has said.

    “Novichok was produced and stored in the Czech territory in some small quantities. This fact is a crushing blow to London’s theory that is already falling apart at the seams,” Russian Senator Aleksey Pushkov said in a Twitter post, commenting on the recent revelations made by the Czech President Milos Zeman. “London is confused: Its whole construct is crumbling,” the Russian politician added.

    Earlier on Thursday, Zeman told the Czech Barrandov TV channel that his country “produced and tested Novichok, even though [it was produced] only in small quantities and then destroyed.” He made his statement following an inquiry conducted by the Czech security services into the issue.

    May 03 15:07

    Now EDF customers are hit with a £90 fee just for paying by cash or cheque after the firm introduces a price hike which will hit 550,000 households

    Customers will now be forced to hand over an extra £90 a year for gas and electricity from EDF – just for choosing to pay by cheque or cash.

    The firm is hiking the charge for those who pay quarterly for both gas an electric by an inflation-busting 15 per cent – £12 – to £90 if they do not settle their bills by direct debit.

    The rise will hit 550,000 households, including elderly customers who rely on paying bills by cheque or cash.

    May 03 15:05

    Widowed gran sent £27k electricity and gas bill and threatened with debt collectors despite leaving company TWO YEARS ago

    A widowed pensioner recovering in hospital from a heart complaint was hit with a giant £27,000 electricity and gas bill - two years after leaving ScottishPower for overcharging her.

    Elizabeth Ramsey said she got a "big scare" when she opened the bill - and it could have given her a heart attack, her grandson says.

    Despite the 86-year-old's family making repeated calls to flag up the mistake, she was sent a final reminder threatening her with debt collection.

    Usually Elizabeth pays around £40 a month for utilities for her one-bedroom home in a sheltered housing complex.

    May 03 12:56

    Living in an Orwellian Dystopia

    It is puzzling to witness the speed and ferocity with which Britain is deteriorating into an Orwellian nightmare.

    The Evening Standard reported yesterday that “a London council worker has been suspended after being caught claiming Zionists ‘collaborated’ with the Nazis.”

    Apparently Stan Keable was removed from his duties as an environmental enforcement officer for Hammersmith & Fulham Council after saying, “The Nazis were anti-Semitic. The problem I’ve got is the Zionist government at the time collaborated with them. They accepted the ideas that Jews are not acceptable here.”

    Keable made the comments, shared in a clip on Twitter, at a pro-Corbyn demonstration outside the Parliament. I guess that in Britain 2018 you can lose your job simply for expressing an opinion.

    May 03 09:03

    Professional lying from the US and the UK in Syria

    The US and UK may be in industrial decline, but their Lying Industries are as active as ever.

    UK lying (with assistance from US collaborators) got the US involved in WW I (World War One) which brought us the Federal Reserve Bank. the IRS, and an out-of-control Pentagon.

    Here’s what they’re doing in Syria.

    “Don’t confuse us with the facts, we need a new war”

    May 03 08:59

    Establishment is mounting a Very Un-British Coup says LEO McKINSTRY

    Every obstacle in the path was swiftly overcome, every problem quickly resolved. On January 1, 1973 our nation had joined the European Community, beginning the long process of subjugation to Brussels rule.

    Today the position is exactly reversed over Brexit. Almost two years ago the electorate voted by a decisive margin to leave the European Union but since then the establishment has done all in its power to thwart the popular will.

    In place of the eagerness that characterised the political class in the early 1970s towards European entry there has been only relentless negativity about British independence.

    Brexit should be a golden chance to rebuild our sovereignty and nationhood yet that opportunity is being squandered by the wilful feebleness of the establishment. Every difficulty is now exaggerated or used as an excuse for more delay, more capitulation to Brussels.

    May 03 08:55

    Britain's fake news committee issues summons threat to Facebook CEO Zuckerberg

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may face a UK parliament summons if he won't speak to MPs voluntarily, the chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has said.

    Damian Collins, MP for Folkstone & Hythe, restated the committee’s invitation to the Facebook founder in a letter sent to the social media giant’s UK head of public policy on Tuesday. MPs wants to question Zuckerberg on the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

    If he fails to respond “positively” to their request to answer some outstanding questions posed by the committee, Zuckerberg may face a formal summons and be obliged to appear.

    May 03 08:52

    Anti-frackers branded ‘domestic extremists’ like jihadists & Neo-Nazis in Prevent program

    After a two-year legal battle, suspicions have been confirmed that sections of the British police are targeting anti-fracking campaigners under the counter-terrorism ‘Prevent’ program.

    The Network for Police Monitoring (NETPOL) announced Wednesday that after two years of a legal battle, the Home Office finally handed over the sought-after training materials used by counter-terrorism officers in its ‘Prevent’ strategy.

    Materials released covered slides from Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP) events hosted by both Manchester and Merseyside Police, as well as Home Office documents for workshop facilitators and a facilitator script for WRAP events.

    May 03 08:28

    Gavin Williamson wants YOU in the Army Reserves to fight Russia in the fake news wars!

    If you’re a reporter or a computer geek, then Gavin Williamson wants you to help him in the war on fake news. The UK defense secretary issued to a call to arms to tech and communications experts to fight the cyber propaganda war.

    Williamson has called on those with IT or cyber skills to join the UK’s reserve forces to help end the Russian “age of disinformation,” arguing they can “change the narrative” with tech skills that are “more relevant today than anything else.”

    May 02 12:39

    Brit Tells Drunk Migrant Not to Drink On Train, Gets Scolded by Liberal Feminist, Attacked by UK Press

    A British man was filmed last week telling a drunk Polish-born migrant from Russia not to drink on a train in direct violation of the law.

    May 02 10:23

    General Election ALERT: May urged to CRUSH Remainer plot to sabotage Brexit

    THERESA May is being urged to put the Tories on general election alert in a bid to crush the Remainer plot aimed at sabotaging her Brexit plans. Eurosceptic ministers have told the Prime Minister that the threat of a snap poll is needed to bring pro-EU rebels into line.

    May 02 10:21

    Whatever happened to the Skripals? UK media and authorities fall silent on Salisbury poisoning

    Sergei Skripal, the poisoned ex-Russian spy, and his daughter Yulia dominated headlines a few weeks ago. Now they’ve vanished from the public eye, leaving many to wonder what exactly happened.

    Yulia apparently recovered enough to leave the hospital and is now thought to be in a safe house, and there have been no updates on Sergei’s condition since his daughter walked out of Salisbury District Hospital in early April. Since then, Syrian bomb attacks have dominated British headlines, followed by the Windrush scandal that ended with the shock resignation of Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Some argue the British media just had its attention diverted, but others suggest something else is at play.

    May 02 10:21

    UK should stick to nuclear deal despite Israeli claims of Iran ‘lying’ - Boris Johnson

    UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Britain will remain in the “vitally important” Iran deal, despite Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu claiming Tehran has been covertly developing a nuclear weapons program.

    Johnson said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreement, signed between world powers in 2015, is necessary more than ever to keep an eye on Iran’s nuclear program. It comes after Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that Israel obtained 55,000 files showing Iran was “brazenly lying” when it claimed it was not pursuing nuclear weapons activity.

    May 02 10:20

    Scaremongering, Labour bashing Tory MP appears to still think Russia is communist

    Conservative MP and novelist Nadine Dorries who is heavily involved in criticising the Labour party over alleged links to alleged Russian bots, appears to still believe that Russia is a communist country.

    For anyone who has ever wondered whether some of the Tory criticism aimed at Russia or even the Labour party is based more on political opportunism and wishful thinking rather than wisdom and careful thought, Nadine Dorries MP has provided all the evidence you need on Twitter.

    May 02 09:01

    Journalists are pressuring witnesses to the Douma chemical attack

    Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Sunday that the Syrian witnesses to the alleged chemical attack in Douma who gave their accounts at The Hague days ago were put under pressure from journalists.

    This comes as a BBC reporter ridiculously claimed that a 12-year-old Syrian witness sustained “psychological trauma”.


    May 01 11:06

    A British Accent Can’t Mask How Stupid This Politician Is…

    Man, this is painful. Piers Morgan almost blows a lid in response.


    May 01 10:21

    Brexit warning: UK risks 'CATASTROPHIC ERROR' if May rushes into trade deal with Trump

    THERESA May will commit a “catastrophic error” if she rushes the UK into a trade deal with the United States before cementing a comprehensive trade strategy for Brexit Britain, a parliamentary committee has warned.

    May 01 09:33

    Ron Paul: Baby Alfie, the Latest Victim of Omnipotent Government

    Twenty-three-month-old Alfie Evans, passed away in a British hospital on Saturday. While the official cause of death was a degenerative brain disease, Alfie may have been murdered by the British health system and the British high court. Doctors at the hospital treating Alfie decided to remove his life support, against the wishes of Alfie’s parents. The high court not only upheld the doctors’ authority to override the parents’ wishes, it refused to allow the parents to take Alfie abroad for treatment.

    In upholding the government’s authority to substitute its judgment for that of Alfie’s parents, the high court is following in the footsteps of authoritarians throughout history.

    May 01 08:01

    Sainsbury's boss sorry for singing We're in the Money

    The boss of Sainsbury's, Mike Coupe, has apologised after being caught on camera singing "We're in the money".

    He was filmed singing the words to the show tune as he was waiting to be interviewed for ITV News.

    It was one of a round of dozens of interviews to explain details of the planned tie up with Asda, the company's biggest deal to date.

    Apr 30 10:45

    David Davis tried to have Olly Robbins SACKED, according to reports

    BREXIT Secretary David Davis has tried to have controversial top civil servant Olly Robbins sacked in a row over EU negotiating policy, according to reports.