May 12 16:04

Devastating MORI poll shows Europe's peoples share British rage over EU

The MORI poll shows that 58pc of the French also want their own referendum, and 41pc say they would vote to leave. Swexit sentiment in Sweden is running at 39pc.

But what most surprised me is that half of those surveyed in countries making up 80pc of the EU population think that Brexit would set off a domino effect, and that it would do more damage to the European Union than to Britain itself.

Specifically, 51pc said Brexit would have a negative impact on the EU economy, compared to just 36pc who thought it would be bad for Britain’s economy. This really is an upset.


A majority in Italy, Poland, the US, India, and South Africa actually thought the British economy would fare better once it broke free from the EU. This too is a shocker.

May 12 15:59

BBC Trust Abolished As Tories Seek More Control Over Broadcaster In Major Shakeup

The BBC, Britain’s state broadcaster, will undergo a massive Tory shakeup, which will see its governing Trust disbanded and replaced with a ‘unitary board of governors,’ at least half of which will be government-appointed.

May 12 15:42

Ex-PM Edward Heath Child Sex Abuse Claims To Be Investigated Despite Cost Concerns

Police have announced they will continue to investigate allegations of child sex abuse by late Prime Minister Edward Heath, despite MPs raising concerns about the cost of the inquiry.

Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Mike Veile confirmed the investigation is ongoing and said he is content with the scope of the inquiry.

May 12 15:39

Chinese Mock ‘Barbaric’ British Media As Plot To Spy On Queen Emerges

China tried to smuggle a spy into the Queen’s carriage during President Xi Jinping’s state visit last year, it has emerged. Chinese media branded British journalists ‘barbarians’ after reporting Elizabeth II called Xi’s officials “very rude.”

May 12 15:28

UK Conservatives Should Investigate Tory Islamophobia: Muslim Council

The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has called on the ruling Conservative Party to launch an urgent inquiry into Islamophobia among the Tories.

The largest Muslim representative organization said on Thursday that the Tories’ recent mayoral campaign was punctuated by “Islamophobic” smears against the newly elected mayor of London Sadiq Khan as well as the country’s Muslim community.

May 12 15:26

Not New Cold War… But Similar, Says UK’s Man At NATO

The current buildup of forces in Europe is not a reprise of the Cold War, but the basic concepts are the same, the UK’s representative to NATO has claimed in an apparently contradictory statement.

May 12 14:44

British Navy Ships Shadow Russian Frigate Around UK

British navy ships have tracked a Russian vessel in UK waters and escorted it out of the region.

The Russian frigate, Admiral Grigorovich, was followed by two British ships as it passed from the Baltic Sea, through the North Sea and into the English Channel, Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday.

May 12 13:44

Irish Republican Terror Threat To Britain Raised To ‘Substantial’

Britain has raised its threat level from Northern Ireland related terrorism from moderate to substantial, meaning there is a “strong possibility” of an attack in England, Scotland or Wales.

May 12 13:33

BRILLIANT RANT: Here's The Truth About The TTIP

British Reporter Goes On Epic Rant About The TTIP


May 12 13:33

London Mayor Pledges To Help Clinton Defeat Trump

London’s Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan has pledged to help US Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump, the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee.

Khan told reporters on Wednesday that he had won against the Conservative Party’s “Donald Trump approach” to elections in London mayoral vote on May 5.

May 12 12:55

Nigel Farage Tells The EU: 'The United States Of Europe Is Dying'

Nigel bellows at fellow members of the EU Parliament.


May 12 12:53

Tax Haven Brands Cameron’s Strategy For ‘Tackling’ Financial Secrecy Futile

Cayman Islands officials have dismissed UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s latest transparency drive as “pointless,” while anti-corruption campaigners demand he halt the laundering of illicit assets pumped through Britain by foreign criminals.

May 12 11:46

Over 8 Million In UK Struggling To Buy Food: Survey

More than 8 million in the UK cannot afford to eat enough food, with over half regularly passing a day without having any meal, according to estimates of hunger in the UK.

One in 10 British adults faced moderate level of food insufficiency in 2014, placing Britain in the bottom half of European countries on hunger measures, below Hungary, Estonia, Slovakia and Malta.

May 12 11:43

LATE SHOW COMEDY: Seth Myers Explains Brexit

This is good comedy with several hits including Schauble offering to trade Greece for Puerto Rico.


May 12 11:40

Watch Obama's ARROGANCE As He Threatens On BREXIT

Why does he think it's okay to directly threaten British voters...


May 12 11:05

3rd Of UK Firms Would Hire Ex-Hackers To Plug Security Skills Gap

One third of firms polled in a recent survey said they would consider employing ex-hackers to make up for a crippling security skills shortfall.

The study carried out at SecureData’s customer conference in London found 97 percent think data security is critical to modern cyber strategy.

May 12 10:29

Johnson Accused Of Being 'Putin Apologist'

Former London Mayor Boris Johnson says EU foreign policy is to blame for inflaming tensions in Ukraine, rather than keeping peace.

May 12 10:20

Google DeepMind's deal with the NHS is being investigated by the UK data watchdog

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has confirmed it is investigating a controversial data-sharing agreement between Google DeepMind and an NHS Trust, Computer Weekly reports.

The data protection watchdog told Computer Weekly that an investigation into the partnership, which gives Google DeepMind access to 1.6 million patient records, has been launched off the back of at least one complaint from the general public.

May 12 10:15

Brexit campaign group fined £50k for sending half a million spam texts

Political junk mail OK when it's pro-EU and from gov.UK

May 12 10:14

Ex-London Mayor Says Creation Of Israel A 'Great Catastrophe'

Former mayor of London Ken Livingstone has said the “creation” of Israel was a “great catastrophe,” leading to a situation with the “potential for nuclear war.”

Livingstone became the most prominent Labour figure to be suspended last week after defending a colleague who had backed calls for Israel to be relocated to the United States.

May 12 10:03

TTIP campaigners hit back at Cameron claims that the NHS is protected under trade deal terms

Austria, Germany, Greece and Italy have explicit reservations in the TTIP text to protect existing rules relating to healthcare – but not the UK

May 12 09:59

City Of London’s Dog & Pony Show (AKA Anti-Corruption Conference)

The Anti-Corruption Conference being held in London this week has gotten off to a rocky start. Sometimes that happens when the pot tries to call the kettle black.

The City of London – with its lax financial regulations and running a network of offshore tax havens that spans from Vanuatu to Liechtenstein to the Cayman Islands to the Isle of Man – is the nexus of the dirty money that greases the drugs for guns for oil scam.

Stinging from the Panama Papers release, the Rothschild/Windsor inbreds thought they’d try to fool the world again by having their boy David Cameron play host to an “anti-corruption conference”.

May 12 09:58

Privacy Bogeyman: Putin’s Face Invades London In Campaign Against Controversial UK Spy Bill

Warning Brits about the dangers of a new surveillance bill, UK campaigners have flooded London with sinister captioned portraits of Vladimir Putin. The choice of bogeyman however could be better, given the notoriety of Western global spying operations.

May 12 09:57

Tories withheld key documents from election fraud investigation, Electoral Commission says

The Conservative Party withheld key documents from an investigation into possible electoral fraud by the party, the elections watchdog has revealed.

The Electoral Commission on Thursday applied for a High Court order to force the Tories to hand over the missing papers – which it says would help shed light on whether the party broke spending rules in key marginal seats at the general election.

Police across the country have announced criminal investigations into the Conservative Party’s conduct at the general election after a Channel 4 News investigation alleged it might have broken spending rules.

May 12 09:52

EU referendum: Iain Duncan Smith says Treasury is 'worst thing in Britain' as BoE warns Brexit could trigger recession

Iain Duncan Smith, the former Work and Pensions Secretary, has launched an extraordinary attack on his own government's Treasury.

“The worst thing we have in Britain is the Treasury,” he said.

The Treasury dominated Government decision-making but was characterised by a "lack of vision" and a "short-term" obsession with cutsm he added.

Mr Duncan Smith also complained that other ministers have to "fight at all stages" with the Treasury over policy.

He said he gave a "sigh of relief" when he left government because he would "never have to deal with those people again".

May 12 09:44

Crumbs! EU to launch kettle and toaster crackdown after referendum

ENJOYING a cup of tea and a slice of toast for breakfast could become a lot tougher as the European Union is aiming to ban high-powered appliances such as toasters and kettles.

EU officials admit the plan has brought them ridicule and UKIP Scotland’s David Coburn has attacked them for supposedly ruining his breakfast.

The idea was thought to have been shelved at the end of February over fears it will drive the UK towards Brexit, but instead it has just been pushed back until after the referendum on June 23.

May 12 05:13

American musicians are ‘scared sh*tless’ their careers ‘will be destroyed’ if they speak up for Palestinians — Roger Waters

For years now we have admired Roger Waters’s moral courage, his refusal to back down from his criticism of Israel even if his career is torched by his witness. And I have heard rumors of that career-blackmail being levied at the legendary musician who never met his father or grandfather (because they died freeing Europe) and who burst into rock and roll fame without even wanting that when he was in his early 20s because he was political before he was musical.

Those rumors are confirmed; now this committed soul has burst out in the English press with a description of the vicious smears the Israel lobby has used against him, which he has overcome, in an effort to get others to join him in speaking out against Israeli apartheid. Pointing out that British musicians have supported BDS– Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign– Waters says that American artists are “scared shitless” against such actions because their careers “will be destroyed.” But we need them desperately, as we did in Vietnam days.

May 11 18:09

Real Media GB – Antidote To London Media Bias Thomas Barlow

The political and media cycle is no longer discussing subjects of public importance like fracking, disabled people’s rights, improving working conditions and pay.

May 11 17:38

Video: Outrage Over UK Charity’s Offer Of Media Internship To Non-Whites Only

A British company has sparked a backlash over its controversial offer of placements at entertainment and media outlets, including the BBC.

May 11 17:05

UK Prisoners “Potential Assets To Be Harnessed” For Profit

The Conservative government’s Prisons Bill to be introduced in the Queen’s Speech this month is the latest stage in the privatisation of the prison service.

Justice Secretary Michael Gove’s proposed bill will introduce “reform prisons,” modelled on academy schools (state-funded, but privately run). They will be rated via league tables, including measures for re-offending rates. Provision is made for “failing” jails to be taken over by more successful prisons. Prison governors are to be given more autonomy over budgets and the deployment of staff.

May 11 17:05

UK Money In Syria Diverted To Daesh: Report

Millions of pounds of British money channeled to Syria as so-called aid may have ended up in the hands of Takfiri Daesh terrorist group, a UK government report says.

The revelation was made in the December report titled “Assessment of financial risk and fraud” by the Department for International Development (DFID), a British government institution responsible for administering foreign spending, the Mail reported on Sunday.

May 11 15:35

UK Raises Dissident Threat Level From Northern Ireland

Britain has raised its official threat level for terror attacks from Northern Ireland republican dissidents, Home Secretary Theresa May says, amid reports that rebel groups have obtained explosives.

May confirmed the situation in a written statement to Parliament on Wednesday, adding that the MI5 security service’s decision to bump the threat level from moderate to substantial meant that “a terrorist attack is a strong possibility.”

May 11 15:02

British Tea & Toast Under Threat From Impending EU Kettle, Toaster Ban

The EU looks set to ban certain high-powered kettles and toasters shortly after June’s referendum in a move that has been described as an “assault” on the staple British breakfast of tea and toast.

May 11 14:47

Nigerian President Slams Cameron’s Embarrassing Remarks

UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s embarrassing remarks about Nigeria drew harsh criticism Wednesday from Nigerian senators and President Muhammadu Buhari who said he would not want an apology but “something tangible.”

Chukwuka Utazi, chairman of Nigeria’s senate committee on anti-corruption and financial crimes, slammed Cameron’s “hypocritical” remarks, saying he was “taken aback” by the comments.

May 11 14:27

Proof Positive that David Cameron, the BBC, Guardian, New Statesman and Entire Establishment are Peddling Blatant Untruths in the Kuenssberg Affair

FYI Kuenssberg petition is a petition to sack Tory propagandist Laura Kuenssberg from her role as BBC Political Editor

Here are all the comments on the scrapped Kuenssberg petition. You know, the petition David Cameron condemned in the House of Commons today because it was accompanied by a storm of sexist abuse? Well, here are the comments in their entirety and out of 35,000 people who signed, there is virtually nobody whose comment can be seen as remotely sexist. See for yourselves. Can you spot the one sexist comment I found?

The comments show the petition was overwhelmingly signed by decent, concerned people who were sometimes quite eloquent. Also that the petition supporters are gender balanced and several specifically identify as feminists, and as supporters of the BBC. But neither Cameron, the Guardian and mainstream media nor 38 Degrees itself has any qualm about writing off all these decent citizens as a misogynist rabble.

May 11 13:33

Queen Overheard Calling Chinese Officials 'Very Rude'

Queen Elizabeth II has been caught on camera describing Chinese officials as “very rude” during last October’s state visit by President Xi Jinping.

The comments were captured by an official Palace cameraman at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.

May 11 12:40

US Would 'Hate' Britain To Leave EU, Kerry Says

US Secretary of State John Kerry has said Britain’s membership of the European Union magnifies its role on the global stage, adding that the United States would “hate” for the UK to leave the bloc.

May 11 11:44

Highly-Skilled UK Navy Officer Joins Daesh: Documents

A UK navy officer who graduated from one of Britain’s most prestigious maritime colleges has traveled to Syria to join Daesh (ISIL), a report says.

May 11 09:55

Cameron Calls Nigeria, Afghanistan ‘Fantastically Corrupt’

British Prime Minister David Cameron has described Afghanistan and Nigeria as “fantastically corrupt” countries during a summit he is hosting this week.

May 11 09:50

London receptionist 'sent home for not wearing heels'

A London receptionist was sent home from work after refusing to wear high heels, it has emerged.
Temp worker Nicola Thorp, 27, from Hackney, arrived at finance company PwC to be told she had to wear shoes with a "2in to 4in heel".

Webmaster addition: High heels are actually BAD for a woman's feet. They can lead to chronic pain as the woman gets older.

May 11 09:29

Union Leader Enrico Tortolano "The EU Has Plunged Tens Of Millions Into Abject Poverty. Vote Leave!"

May 11 09:29

Boris Johnson brands PM 'totally demented' for saying Brexit could start World War Three

BORIS Johnson today said David Cameron was “totally demented” for suggesting Brexit could lead to World War Three.

Ramping up the war of words in the EU debate, the former Mayor of London accused the PM of scaremongering by suggesting leaving the European Union would plunge the continent into war.

The Vote Leave figurehead also mocked the PM for his apparent change of heart, having previously threatened to campaign to leave the EU.

May 11 08:11

UK Could Apologize For Creating Israel: British MP

UK Labour politician Rupa Asha Huq has suggested that Britain could apologize for helping to create Israel in the occupied Palestinian territories, a new report claims, further fueling an ongoing row over Israel that has seen senior Labour members suspended by the party.

May 11 00:38

London's Muslim Mayor Tells 'Ignorant' Trump Muslims Will Start Killing People if he Doesn't Let Them Into US

Muslims are peaceful and nonviolent, but if you don't let them into your country they'll start killing people, so says the new Muslim Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

The emir waited only five days before attacking US presidential candidate Donald Trump on his proposed temporary Muslim ban.

"Donald Trump's ignorant view of Islam could make both of our countries less safe," Khan said, "it risks alienating mainstream Muslims around the world and plays into the hands of extremists."

May 10 17:47

Cops Apologize After Getting Fake Bomber To Shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ During Terror Drill

Manchester Police have issued an apology after getting a fake suicide bomber to shout a Muslim religious slogan during a mass counter-terror exercise in the city’s Trafford Centre Tuesday.

May 10 16:57

Chilcot Inquiry Publication Delayed To “Avoid Embarrassing Tony Blair”



The publication of the Chilcot Inquiry which began in 2009 and concluded three years ago, investigating the illegal 2003 invasion of Iraq, so far costing a reported £10,375,000, is to be delayed until after the June 23rd UK European Union referendum on whether Britain stays in or leaves the EU.

May 10 16:46

Cameron Tells Queen Nigeria & Afghanistan Are 'Fantastically Corrupt' (VIDEO)

UK Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on camera describing Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” in a conversation with the Queen.

May 10 15:19

UK Prime Minister Invokes Militarism And War To Argue For EU Membership

In a speech pledging to ensure “peace”, Prime Minister David Cameron’s argument for Britain remaining in the European Union (EU) was all about preparing for war.

Speaking at the British Museum Monday, the Conservative Party leader set out what he described as a “big, bold patriotic case” for voters supporting continued UK membership of the EU in the June 23 referendum. While claiming to “respect” their views, he made a bellicose attack on supporters of a Brexit (British exit)—especially those within his own party—for endangering not only Britain’s “national interest” but the future of NATO and the security of the West.

May 10 13:38

Man Arrested After Teaching Girlfriend’s Pug To Perform Nazi Salute (OFFENSIVE)

A Scottish man who filmed his girlfriend’s dog performing a Nazi salute has been arrested by the police and could face hate crime charges.

Markus Meechan, 28, from North Lanarkshire, was remanded in custody on suspicion of publishing offensive material online.

May 10 13:27

London Council Chief Quits After Polling Station Blunder

The chief executive of Barnet Council in north London has stepped down after a blunder made many people in the borough unable to vote in “Super Thursday” elections.

Andrew Travers left his position on Monday by “mutual agreement” after the error.

May 10 13:14

Is Britain Buying ‘Compromised’ Spy-Planes Just To Hit Its NATO Spending Commitments?

Britain will go ahead with a £2 billion order of Poseidon spy planes to defend its nuclear submarine fleet, despite fears the technology on board may have been leaked to the Chinese or Taiwanese and accusations the purchase is merely a NATO tick-box.

May 10 12:53

UK PM Gets Nothing From EU Reforms Talks: Johnson

Former London Mayor Boris Johnson has accused British Prime Minister David Cameron of achieving nothing from his EU renegotiations, saying Cameron should join Brexit — British exit — campaign.

May 10 11:22

Spain-UK Dispute Over Gibraltar Flares Up After Warning Shots Incident With US Nuclear Sub

In mid-April, a British fast-patrol boat, the HMS Sabre, fired warning flares across the bow of a Spanish Guardia Civil (think Coast Guard) ship. The Spanish vessel had twice cut across the bow of a visiting US nuclear submarine, the USS Florida, when the escorting British patrol boat decided enough was enough, screwing with a visiting US warship was uncalled for, and shot a few flares high and inside to brush the Spanish off.

The port of Gibraltar is a frequent stop for US submarines in need of a little maintenance work. The Florida itself sailed into Gibraltar on April 16 — and was intercepted by a Spanish vessel, resulting in the firing of warning flares. The Florida got similar treatment from Spanish customs boats as well, an encounter that also ended in the firing of warning flares. Earlier this year, Britain filed a formal protest with Spain over incursions by Spanish warships that reportedly risked the safety of a British vessel.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What about the Gibraltarians themselves?!?

I mean, isn't the UN all about peaceful self-determination?!?

The logical thing to do would be to hold a referendum, asking the people who live there if they wish to live as British or Spanish citizens; however, unfortunately, logic many times has very little to do with how these decisions are made.

But it is painfully apparent that both countries need to ratchet down the tensions here; otherwise, we are looking at a potential "mini-war" as we saw in the Falkland Islands some years back.

May 10 11:05

Report Into UK Role In Iraq Invasion To Be Published In July

The long-awaited Chilcot inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the invasion of Iraq will be published on July 6, the head of the inquiry Sir John Chilcot has said.

May 10 10:48

‘Praise Allah’ Banners To Appear On UK Buses For Ramadan

London’s iconic red buses and public transport in other UK cities will carry banner adverts featuring the Arabic phrase “Subhan Allah” (Glory be to God) in a bid to encourage British Muslims to support Syrian war victims.

May 10 10:34

BREAKING: VIP child sex abuse: Cliff Richard on verge of being charged

Prosecutors are considering whether to bring charges against the veteran entertainer Sir Cliff Richard over allegations of historical sexual abuse.

The Crown Prosecution Service was handed a file of evidence from South Yorkshire police on Tuesday to consider whether there is a realistic prospect of conviction over an allegation that Richard sexually assaulted a young boy in the 1980s.

May 10 10:04

What Steel Crisis? 100 British ‘Supertanks’ To Be Built With Swedish Steel… In Spain

The first 100 next-generation Ajax battle tanks earmarked for use by the British Army will be built in Spain with Swedish steel – despite the UK steel industry’s seemingly imminent collapse.

It was reported Monday that the first 100 Ajax vehicles will be produced in Spain to ensure that they are in service by 2017.

May 10 09:38

Cam's in her hans: Germany SABOTAGED David Cameron's EU renegotiation and he let them, IDS sensationally claims

GERMANY was secretly in control of David Cameron’s EU renegotiation throughout - and talked him out of asking for a key immigration block, Iain Duncan-Smith today claims.

The former Work and Pensions Secretary breaks ranks to sensationally lift the lid on the Cabinet’s bid to redraw Britain’s membership.

He insists that at the last minute, the PM allowed Angela Merkel to sabotage his promised ‘red line’ demand for an emergency brake to halt new arrivals.

May 10 09:26

FLASHBACK 2013 - The betrayal of Dr David Kelly, 10 years on

Even now, almost precisely 10 years since David Kelly’s last journey, we are still learning just how extraordinary and inexcusable the behaviour of our rulers was – both towards him, and in the wider cause, defending the Iraq war, for which he was outed and died. On July 18 2003, I did not consider myself a shockable person; I was an experienced, sceptical journalist with, I thought, a realistic idea of how politicians, intelligence officers and civil servants behaved. But over the months and years that followed, my views, and those of most of the country, changed. To borrow the famous words of David Astor over Suez, we had not realised that our government was capable of such folly and such crookedness.

May 10 09:21

BEX ALERT - NATO's five former chiefs warn Brexit to enfeeble NATO

Britain's withdrawal from the EU will weaken NATO and will play into the hands of the West's foes, five former Secretaries-General of the North-Atlantic pact Lord Carrington, Javier Solana, Lord Robertson, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, and Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in a letter released by the office of the British Prime Minister, SkyNews said.

May 10 09:21

00-Seventies? UK Diplomats’ Outmoded Tech Vulnerable To Foreign Spies, Report Says

Outmoded technology that is vulnerable to spies and underperforming staff have relegated UK diplomacy to a bygone era, leaving the Foreign Office with a long road of reform ahead, a new report suggests.

May 10 09:20

We'll put up cost of your loan if UK quits EU, banks tell firms: Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank among city giants planning to introduce 'flexit' clauses  

Foreign banks are threatening firms trying to borrow money with higher repayments if Britain quits the EU.

Lenders are preparing to introduce controversial ‘flexit’ clauses in company documents, enabling them to raise the cost of a loan in the event of Brexit.

Wall Street’s Goldman Sachs and Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank are among a number of City giants reported to have broached clients about the move.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now they have sunk to economic extortion to keep the British people enslaved to the ECB!

May 10 09:17

FLASHBACK 2005 - Ministers Were Told Of Need For Gulf War ‘Excuse’

MINISTERS were warned in July 2002 that Britain was committed to taking part in an American-led invasion of Iraq and they had no choice but to find a way of making it legal.

May 10 08:32

Afghan Interpreters Lose Court Appeal For UK Assistance

Two Afghan interpreters who risked their lives working for British forces have lost their High Court challenge to gain access to a government assistance scheme.

May 10 08:20

‘Unprecedented’: UK Activist Fearing US Extradition, 99yr Sentence Awaits Landmark Court Ruling

UK authorities have hijacked a civil suit launched by a cybersecurity expert from Suffolk accused of hacking into the Federal Reserve, in a move that has sinister implications for journalists and others who rely on encrypted data storage and communications.

May 10 07:56

Conservatives lost more council seats than Labour in UK local elections

Despite the huge attention paid to the performance of Jeremy Corbyn’s party, the Conservatives actually suffered a net loss of more than twice as many council seats as Labour, the final local election results have revealed.

With all but one of 124 contested councils having finally declared their results, it can be revealed that the Tories are down 47 seats compared to 18 for Labour.

This conflicts with pre-election analysis that had predicted Labour might lose as many as 150 council seats.

May 10 07:53

Police apologise for making fake suicide bomber shout 'Allahu Akbar' in Trafford Centre counter-terror exercise

Police have apologised for making a fake Islamist suicide bomber use a "religious phrase" during a counter-terror exercise in Manchester.

The simulated attack started on Monday night, when a man dressed in black walked into the Trafford Centre and shouted at the crowd.

Moments later an explosion rocked the food hall and hundreds of volunteers, wearing ear defenders and safety glasses, dropped to the floor and ran into shops and cafes screaming.

May 10 07:50

Iain Duncan Smith says the EU helps the rich at the expense of the poor

The European Union helps the “haves” at the expense of the “have-nots”, Iain Duncan Smith has said.

In a speech on Tuesday the former work and pensions secretary said that the EU’s immigration policy drove down wages and increased the cost of living.

He also claimed that immigration was driving a rise in house prices and that young people lost out in particular.

Mr Duncan Smith argued that that EU had benefited the wealthy because it had created “cheap nannies, baristas and labourers”.

May 10 07:48

Brexit support grows as businesses tire of scaremongering

Scaremongering by pro-EU campaigners ahead of next month’s referendum has triggered a surge in support for Brexit among businesses, a new survey shows.

The share of business leaders who said they would vote to stay inside the bloc fell to 54.1pc in April, compared with 60pc in February, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).

In the BCC’s final EU survey before the June 23 vote, the proportion of companies that said they would vote to leave climbed to 37pc, from 30pc three months ago. A tenth remain undecided.

May 10 07:47

Bungling David Cameron tells the Queen 'fantastically corrupt' countries are at his anti-corruption summit

"We had a very successful cabinet meeting this morning, talking about our anti-corruption summit," he said.

"We have got the Nigerians - actually we have got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain."

Not realising the TV cameras were rolling, the PM blundered on: "Nigeria and Afghanistan - possibly two of the most corrupt countries in the world."

May 09 19:42

BHS Pension Liability Estimated At £275m

The chief executive of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has told MPs investigating the collapse of BHS it is facing an estimated £275m liability from the retailer's £571m pension black hole.

May 09 19:40

EU referendum: Germany had renegotiation veto, IDS says

Germany had a "de facto veto" over David Cameron's EU renegotiations, ex-minister Iain Duncan Smith has said.

He told the Sun the PM ditched plans in 2014 to demand an emergency brake on migration after Germany objected.

Downing Street said curbs it negotiated on in-work benefits for EU migrants were a "more effective" way forward.

May 09 15:43

(Anti-) Corruption Experts? Who’s Who At Cameron’s Post-Panama Papers Transparency Summit

Prime Minister David Cameron’s anti-corruption summit will bring together a bevy of political leaders, officials from the financial world and sports representatives of FIFA and UEFA. RT takes a closer look at exactly who’s coming.

May 09 15:21

On the misuse of anti-Semitism

Lawrence Davidson says the charge of anti-Semitism is being improperly exploited for political purposes, namely to bludgeon criticism of Israel, most recently by British Zionists intent on silencing pro-Palestinian activists and critics of Israel.

May 09 15:19

Once, most Jews viewed Israel as the anti-Semite’s best friend

Jonathan Cook examines the symbiotic relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism, and argues that recognising the racial roots of this might allow us to understand modern Israel better, and why it seems incapable of extending a hand of peace to the Palestinians.

May 09 14:43

Brexit Would Make UK Safer

Michael Gove last night set out urgent security and border improvements that could be made if Britain votes to quit the EU.

The Justice Secretary said that in the event of Brexit, the Prime Minister would have to enact new laws ‘instantly’ to stop the influence of ‘rogue’ European courts and allow the immediate deportation of terrorists.

May 09 13:47

London Hosts ‘Immortal Regiment’ March Commemorating WWII Veterans

Hundreds of Brits have joined an “Immortal Regiment” march to mark Victory in Europe Day in London, honoring those who fought against Nazi Germany in World War II.

Like the original in Moscow, relatives marched from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament carrying photographs of veterans.

May 09 13:46

Globalists Threaten Voters with World War if Britain Exits Eurozone

In a recent speech, Prime Minister David Cameron claimed that if Britain leaves the Eurozone, it could cause World War Three to break out across the continent. “Can we be so sure peace and stability on our continent are assured beyond any shadow of doubt? Is that a risk worth taking?” he said. “I would never be so rash to make that assumption.”

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May 09 13:41

‘Slippery Fish’ Cameron Is Duping The Public, TTIP Is Threat To NHS, Critics Say

Prime Minister David Cameron stands accused of “duping” the British public with his claims the National Health Service (NHS) is “completely protected” under the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership deal between the US and EU.

Critics say secret TTIP documents recently leaked by Greenpeace revealed the British government is failing to secure adequate protections for the country’s largely state-funded healthcare system.

May 09 13:29

North Korea Expels BBC Crew For ‘Distorted’ Coverage

A BBC crew is being expelled from North Korea after being detained over what the self-isolated state’s leadership called “distorted” reporting that spoke “ill of the system.”

Correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, his producer and cameraman were held in detention over the weekend but have since been taken to the airport, the BBC says.

May 09 11:28

'Brexit' could trigger World War Three, warns David Cameron

David Cameron has pleaded for Britain to stay in the EU to help prevent the Continent being ripped apart by another conflict.

Mr Cameron today highlighted the UK’s role in bringing peace to Europe as he hit the referendum campaign trail - just hours before a rival speech by rival Tory MP Boris Johnson.

Introduced by Labour ex-Foreign Secretary David Miliband at the British Museum in London, he said: "Can we be so sure peace and stability on our continent are assured beyond any shadow of doubt? Is that a risk worth taking?

"I would never be so rash to make that assumption."

But he was attacked hours later by Brexit-backing Mr Johnson, who said: "People should think very hard before they make these kinds of warnings.

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May 09 10:38

Claims tax havens ‘distorting’ global economy, and Britain controls one-third of them

Tax havens “serve no useful economic purpose,” a group of 300 leading economists has said in a letter urging world leaders to bolster financial transparency ahead of London’s anti-corruption summit this week.

The letter, coordinated by Oxfam, suggests the UK is “uniquely placed” to reduce global corruption because it has sovereignty over a third of the world’s tax havens.

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May 09 10:05

Project Fear in full force: Now Cameron warns of Russia threat & WAR if Britain leaves EU

DAVID Cameron adopted a Churchillian stance as he made an impassioned plea to keep Britain in the European Union - and warned the UK had to deal with a "newly belligerent Russia".

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Let us say that Britain leaves the EU. And let us say that Russia, for whatever reason, starts invading Europe from the east.

How long does it take to sign a treaty of alliance, Dave?

May 09 10:03

Veterans turn on the PM for using Second World War soldiers in his bid to keep Britain in the EU

VETERANS have turned on the Prime Minister for including Second World War heroes in a ‘scaremongering’ video to try and convince Britain to stay in the EU.

Major-General Julian Thompson, who led British forces in the recapture of Port Stanley in the Falklands capital, told Mail Online: “I respect them hugely, they’re the guys who bought our freedom, they fought for us and we should respect what they think, but I'm afraid they’re wrong because the world’s moved on.”

And he blasted the PM: “I think Cameron is wrong to put around this scaremongering.

“He talks about isolationism [but] Britain was not isolationist before the Second World War – we joined a French and Russian alliance and fought the Germans and we joined it 10 years before the First World War started.

“I’m afraid Cameron has forgotten his history or was fast asleep getting his history lessons.”

May 09 08:48

London Property Bubble Bursts

May 09 08:22

Boris Johnson ridicules David Cameron’s claim that Brexit could trigger war in Europe and accuses the Prime Minister of not believing his own words

As the EU referendum battle turned nasty with 45 days to go, the former London Mayor said the idea of German tanks 'rolling into France' because the UK had left the union was 'very curious'.

He also warned that the over-the-top 'scare stories' from Mr Cameron and Remain supporters risked harming the UK.

May 09 07:51

Backing 'Brexit,' A Salmon Smokehouse Says It's Been Swimming Upstream

"I travel to Europe, I have very good friends across Europe," Forman says. "That's not what this is about. It's about the organization, which has become too powerful, undemocratic and corrupt, in fact, in many cases. It just needs to go."

He's had to comply with EU regulations that he calls ridiculous. For example, he says he spent thousands of dollars last year on EU-compliant packaging — to label his smoked salmon as containing fish, for people who have allergies. And he says he wasn't allowed to extend his new factory wing to the edge of a nearby canal because EU rules required him to leave space for certain insects and other wildlife that mate in those wetlands.

May 08 14:05

Racially Charged UK Election: Londoners Elect New Labour Party Mayor Sadiq Khan

Economist John Weeks says if the new mayor can deliver on his campaign promises of inclusivity and housing, it will be a tremendous step forward for London.

May 08 10:07

Cold light of dawn for Corbyn as UK Labour is again punished at the polls in England and in melt-down in Scotland

The Party's performance once more was dismal despite the unpopularity of Cameron's Conservatives and the irrelevance of the Liberal Democrats. Jeremy Corbyn will be surveying the election wreckage and wondering where he goes from here.

May 08 09:03

Cameron DELAYED Iraq probe to avoid embarrassing pro-EU Tony Blair, Tory MP claims

Former minister of State for Europe David Davis accused David Cameron of delaying the publication of Sir John Chilcot's Iraq inquiry to save Blair's reputation before the vote on June 23.

May 08 08:54

Over 8 million in UK struggling to buy food: Survey

More than 8 million in the UK cannot afford to eat enough food, with over half regularly passing a day without having any meal, according to estimates of hunger in the UK.

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"The people must starve so that we may become richer! Starving people are easier to control!" -- Money Junkies

May 08 08:52

Ex-London mayor says creation of Israel a 'great catastrophe'

Former mayor of London Ken Livingstone has said the “creation” of Israel was a “great catastrophe,” leading to a situation with the “potential for nuclear war.”

Livingstone became the most prominent Labour figure to be suspended last week after defending a colleague who had backed calls for Israel to be relocated to the United States.

The former mayor also created a political firestorm by suggesting that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was a Zionist before he “went mad.”

May 08 08:48

UK Local Elections in Just Three Sentences

National socialism won in Scotland (once again) and for a reason. If global capitalism is the disease then national socialism is the remedy.

Labour wasn't wiped out (as predicted) which suggests that the Jewish siege against Corbyn & Co didn’t dissuade Labour voters. Corbyn may now stand up and clean his party of foreign agents and Zionist oligarchs. Can he do it? Will he do it? I can only hope.

May 08 08:46

'We DON'T want IN United States of Europe' Lord Lawson in passionate Question Time speech

LORD Lawson has urged Britons to quit the European Union with a passionate attack on "undemocratic" Brussels bureaucrats.

May 07 15:35

Jonathan Freedland, the Zionist ringleader

Blake Alcott deconstructs the arguments of Guardian and Jewish Chronicle writer and BBC presenter Jonathan Freedland whose career centres on defending the existence of Israel as a Zionist state and justifying the dispossession of the Palestinians.

May 07 08:15


The most honest assessment of the BREXIT vote you will ever hear.

And the analyst is kinda sexy, so it's fun to watch.


May 07 07:54

Brexit poll tracker

The UK will hold a referendum on June 23 to decide if it will stay in or leave the European Union. This page summarises the opinion polling on the matter.

May 06 18:53

Londonistan: Muslim Takeover of London Complete

Goodbye London, it was nice knowing you.

Muslim Sadiq Khan, "the son of a Pakistani bus driver," was just elected Mayor. He ran on a platform of there being "too many white men" working in the government and promised more wealth redistribution, the local massive Muslim population voted for him in droves.

His Jewish opponent Zac Goldsmith is married to a Rothschild and is the son of billionaire financier Sir James Goldsmith, he tried his best to associate Khan with "antisemitism" and accused him of "pandering to extremists" but no one cared because they're all Muslims.

May 06 15:03

Cold light of dawn for Corbyn

In the light of the UK Labour Party’s poor performance in local and regional elections, Stuart Littlewood says the choices left for party leader Jeremy Corbyn are either to expose and confront his enemies head on, or to set up an alternative, clean party.

May 06 07:19

Trump backs Brexit, brands migration crisis a ‘horrible thing for Europe’

Donald Trump feels the UK would be “better off without” the European Union, blaming the migrant crisis on the 28-member bloc.

Telling Fox News he had a “feeling” it was the better option, the Republican presumptive presidential nominee said the EU “pushed” the migrant crisis on Europe.

“I would say the UK are better off without [the EU] personally, but I’m not making that as a recommendation, just my feeling,” he told the news channel.

Adding that he has a lot of investment in the UK, Trump then said he wants British voters “to make their own decision.”

May 05 11:02

'Too busy' Cameron won't show for Libya ‘sh*t-show’ war inquiry

Prime Minister David Cameron told the committee holding an inquiry into his 2011 Libyan campaign that he is too busy to answer questions before the panel.

May 05 09:58

Royal Navy fires warning shots at tiny Spanish ship ‘hassling’ 18,000-ton US nuclear sub

British sailors have fired warning shots at a Spanish Guardia Civil vessel which they claim was hassling the 560-ft-long USS Florida nuclear submarine docking in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar.

The incident, which occurred in April but was only reported on Thursday, saw the Royal Navy deploy an attack vessel, HMS Sabre, which then shot flares across the bow of the 20-ton Spanish vessel Rio Cedena.

May 05 09:20

The Labour of Judea Strikes Again

The Labour Party may not have an issue with anti Semitism but they certainly have a serious issue with Black people and their history

Leading Black activist Jacqueline Walker of Thanet Momentum, is now suspended from the Labour party for comments about the primacy of Black suffering.

Ms Walker responded on Facebook to a question about the Holocaust by contrasting the Jewish holocaust to the “African holocaust.”

May 05 09:18

New London mayor could face a legal challenge after election day blunder by Tory-run council saw furious voters turned away from polling stations

Hundreds of voters were turned away from polling stations in north London today after a bungling council sent out of date voter lists to staff.

The gaffe by Tory-run Barnet Council could provide grounds for a legal challenge to the result of London Mayor or London Assembly elections after the results are declared tomorrow night.

May 05 09:15

Thousands of Brits could be BARRED from entering America even if their passports are valid after introduction of strict new entry rules

Strict new immigration rules for the US mean that thousands of British citizens would not be granted entry even though they have a valid passport - and some have already found themselves barred.

On April 1 the US announced that all travellers visiting the country must have a biometric or e-passport to enter, but many Britons don't have one.

Despite being announced by the US government, many distraught holidaymakers have been forced to stay in the UK after arriving at the check-in desk to find out they would be unable to fly.

May 05 08:18


olorful mass of banners decrying the effects of the government’s austerity measures slowly edged their way down the capital’s streets, as tens of thousands of protestors gathered one recent weekend ago in London. A dominant message being waved wildly in the air was that the austerity cuts encroached on schools and were causing an education crisis in Britain.

May 05 08:17

Lawrence Of Arabia’s Robes & Dagger Must Remain In The UK, Says Middle East Minister

Conservative minister Tobias Ellwood is fighting for the legendary Arabist and guerrilla fighter Lawrence of Arabia’s possessions to stay in the UK after they were auctioned off to a foreign buyer.

May 05 08:13

UK govt admits it pulled 10-year file-sharing jail sentence out of its arse

'Unpublished research' the punishment was based on? Yeah, we made it up

May 05 07:49

Pedophile Friends Of Serial Killers Fred & Rose West Targeted In Possible Murder Inquiry

Police are digging up a garden at the former home of a jailed pedophile couple who were once friends with notorious child killers Fred and Rose West.

May 04 15:46

Pro-Brexit Leader Jokes "Keep Sending Obama Over" After Surge In Polls

Arron Banks, the British entrepreneur leading a grassroots effort to leave the European Union urges Americans to "keep sending Obama over," as 'Brexit' odds have risen above plunging 'Bremain' odds since the President paid a visit to the Queeen.

May 04 15:29

Feminists Gone Wild: If A New UK Law Passes, Soon You Won't Able To Look At Beautiful Women In TV Ads

There are certain freedoms that are more important than other freedoms. The ability to watch Kate Upton is a freedom that's worth protecting.

I have included the hottest Kate Upton ad of all time for your viewing pleasure.


May 04 15:05

Jewish Human Rights Watch Sues British Councils Over Israel Boycott

A Jewish rights organization has taken three local councils to court, alleging discrimination over the public authorities’ decision to boycott Israeli goods produced in illegal settlements in the West Bank.

May 04 14:36

Cameron Faces Brexit Grilling By House Of Commons Committee

British Prime Minister David Cameron will appear in front of the House of Commons Liaison Committee to face questions over the upcoming Brexit referendum on June 23 which determines if Britain will remain in the EU.

May 04 14:10

UK’s Chief Rabbi Accuses Labour Of ‘Severe’ Anti-Semitism, Norman Finkelstein Dismisses It

The UK’s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has accused individuals in Labour of spreading the “insidious virus of anti-Semitism” but political scientist Norman Finkelstein believes certain members of the party are exaggerating the crisis for political gain.

May 04 13:55

Cameron Should Say Sorry For Calling Trump ‘Divisive, Stupid & Wrong’ – Aide

British Prime Minister David Cameron should apologize to US presidential hopeful Donald Trump for branding him “divisive, stupid and wrong,” a foreign policy advisor to the Republican contender has said.

May 04 08:54

Payday loan firm Wonga suffers record loss of £80m in wake of new rules that tightened up lending criteria

PAYDAY loan firm Wonga has revealed that it doubled its losses last year.

The UK’s biggest payday lender suffered a record loss of £80million in 2015.

Wonga blamed “stricter lending criteria” and the introduction of a regulatory price cap which saw revenues from consumer lending collapse to £77.3m from £217.2m the previous year.

May 03 19:13

TTIP—American Economic Imperialism by Paul Craig Roberts

These so-called “free trade agreements” are not trade agreements. The purpose of the “partnerships,” which were drafted by global corporations, is to make corporations immune to the laws of soverign countries in which they do business. Any country’s sovereign law whether social, environmental, food safety, labor protections—any law or regulation—that impacts a corporation’s profits is labeled a “restraint on trade.” The “partnerships” permit corporations to file a suit that overturns the law or regulation and also awards the corporation damages paid by the taxpayers of the country that tried to protect its environment or the safety of its food and workers.

The law suit is not heard in the courts of the country or in any court. It is heard in a corporate tribunal in which corporations serve as judge, jury, and prosecutor.

In other words, the “partnerships” give global corporations the power to overturn democratic outcomes. Allegedly, Europe consists of democracies. Democracies pass laws protecting the environment and the safety of food and labor, but these laws democratically enacted reduce profits. Anything less than a sweatshop, with starvation wages, no environmental protection, no safety legislation for food or worker, can be overturned at will by global corporations under the terms of the “partnerships.”

Only a traitor, a well paid one, could sign such a pact.

May 03 17:06

Afghan Interpreter’s Suicide Highlights ‘Mean & Churlish’ UK Asylum Policy

Afghan interpreters who assisted British forces in their country continue to be denied asylum despite Taliban death threats. A retired field marshal is the latest public figure to condemn the practice after an interpreter, fearing deportation, committed suicide.

May 03 16:01

The Zionists’ war on Corbyn: What you need to know

Nureddin Sabir profiles some of the key culprits in Britain’s Labour Party who have been instrumental in the premeditated campaign to smear Jeremy Corbyn and left-wing advocates of justice for the Palestinians with the slur of "anti-Semitism".

May 03 15:46

UK At War? SAS In Syria, 25,000 ISIS Dead, British Troops In Somalia & Anti-Chem Tanks On Patrol

British special forces are to be parachuted into Syria, it has emerged, as Defence Secretary Michael Fallon claims coalition airstrikes have killed 25,000 Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) fighters since bombing began.

May 03 15:18

Israeli Labor Considers Break With UK Party Over Anti-Semitism, Despite Own Accusations Of Racism

Israel’s center-left Labor party said it was considering severing ties with its British counterparts led by Jeremy Corbyn over ongoing allegations of anti-Semitism, just weeks after the Zionist party’s leader, Isaac Herzog, himself faced accusations of racism for calling on followers to shed their “Arab-loving” image.

May 03 14:42

Govt-Backed Counter-Extremist ‘Propaganda’ Program Operating Without Oversight – Report

Counter-narratives on extremism are being peddled by a secret government propaganda program in the absence of oversight under the guise of “grassroots Muslim voices,” an investigation by a UK advocacy group suggests.

May 03 14:09

Blood Money: How Britain’s Ex-Diplomats Are Profiting From Global Conflict Zones

Former UK diplomats are cashing in on their contacts and experience and advising despots, venture capitalists and Gulf regimes, according to a new investigation.

Britain’s ex-ambassadors to Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, as well as former MPs, are legally profiting from conflict zones and poor countries in the Global South, according to the Daily Mail.

May 03 12:10

The Protocols Of The Elders Of Labour

Now that Jewish domination of the Labour Party has been clearly established, Jewish power is no longer a vague or mysterious concept. We should listen to the words of a few of the prime Elder Jewish oligarchs and learn from them about the future of the Labour party and its political role.

The following videos were not forged by a Russian Tsar. They are believed to be authentic documentations of Jewish Labour donors and peers.

May 03 11:34

US And UK Arms Sales Fueling War Crimes In Yemen

Prof. Sheila Carapico says many humanitarian groups have implicated the US and other Western countries in war crimes in Yemen.

May 03 11:18

Bomb Attack, WW3, Meteorite?! Sonic Boom Causes Panic In Northern England

Loud blasts caused a stir in the north of England late Monday, with residents in the Yorkshire area taking to social media to express worries that an attack or a serious accident had taken place. The sounds were reportedly caused by supersonic RAF jets.

May 03 10:10

Birmingham Council to Home 500 Syrians, Ignoring Plight of Homeless Locals

Birmingham city councillors have come together to pledge to re home 500 Syrians within the city over the next five years, despite having 30,000 local people already registered on their books for social housing in the area. The waiting lists include approximately 500 homeless families.

May 03 09:42

Nearly two-thirds of farmers back Brexit, new poll reveals

In a survey by trade magazine Farmers Weekly, 58 per cent of the 577 farmers asked said they supported a Brexit vote on June 23 while just 31 per cent wanted to remain in the EU.

The results appear to show farmers at odds with the National Farmers’ Union (NFU), which earlier this month said it believed the “interests of farmers are best served by continuing membership of the EU”.

May 03 09:12

Nobody bothered to check who created that “anti-Semitic” image Naz Shah retweeted, did they?

You know that image that got Naz Shah suspended from the Labour Party?

The really offensive, anti-Semitic image that proposes relocating the nation of Israel from the Middle East to the American Midwest?

It seems nobody bothered to check on the person who originally published it.

So let me put you out of your misery.

The map was posted in Norman Finkelstein Solution for Israel-Palestine Conflict?, on Monday, August 4, 2014, on his blog.

Professor Finkelstein is described by that hideously inaccurate Wikipedia as “an American political scientist, activist, professor, and author. His primary fields of research are the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and the politics of the Holocaust, an interest motivated by the experiences of his parents who were Jewish Holocaust survivors.”

That’s right – it was posted by a Jewish gentleman.

May 03 08:41 Bank Holiday outage leaves firms unable to process payments has been shrugging off business customers' login attempts since Friday, leaving many unable to process payments over the bank holiday weekend.

Problems with the business banking service peaked on Friday, with customers complaining that they were unable to process payments ahead of the bank holiday weekend.

One Reg reader complained to us that his business was unable to pay staff or suppliers and customer service provided "no help", while a colleague who was buying a house on Friday was panicked as their solicitor was unable to pay the developer.

Fortunately the payment "eventually got through" but not before much wailing and gnashing of teeth had taken place.

May 03 08:00

UK begins troop deployment to South Sudan, Somalia

A team of UK Army soldiers has arrived in Somalia as part of Britain’s plans to deploy hundreds of troops in several African countries, following a pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron.

May 03 07:50

Zionism Should be on Trial, Not Ken Livingstone

In taking things this far, however, in subjecting Ken Livingstone to trial-by-media over his comments on Zionism, his detractors have also unwittingly placed Zionism itself on trial, with the question of Zionism, as mentioned, undoubtedly now being pondered by millions of people who previously would have had zero interest in the subject. And what most of those people will inarguably find if they delve deep enough into that question, despite the determined efforts of Israel’s supporters to conflate Zionism with Judaism, is that this is a political doctrine and ideology responsible for crimes against humanity on a grand scale.

May 02 17:15

Oppose The Witch-Hunt Of Ken Livingstone!

The suspension of former London Mayor Ken Livingstone from the Labour Party in Britain on the spurious grounds of anti-Semitism is an outrageous violation of democratic rights and yet another shameless capitulation by the Jeremy Corbyn leadership to reactionary political forces.

May 02 15:23

Police Face Questions Over The Influence Of The Freemasons

South Yorkshire Police today face questions over whether powerful ‘secret society’ the Freemasons held sway over the force at the time of Hillsborough.

Families of victims say that officers who were Masons were promoted into powerful positions despite being ill-equipped, including match commander David Duckenfield.

May 02 14:29

Labour Councilors Suspended Over ‘Anti-Israel’ Social Media Posts

Two Labour councilors have been suspended over posts criticizing Israel, including likening human rights abuses of Palestinians by the Jewish state to the treatment of Jews by Nazi Germany, as well as blaming Israel for the US Sandy Hook shootings.

May 02 13:32

The EU exists only to become a superstate. Britain has no place in it

For Britain, the issue in the coming European referendum is not Europe, with its great history, incomparable culture, and diverse peoples, but the European Union.

To confuse the two is both geographically and historically obtuse. European civilisation existed long before the coming of the EU, and will continue long after this episode in Europe’s history is, hopefully, over.
“But,” comes the inevitable question, “what is your alternative to membership of the EU?” A more absurd question it would be hard to envisage.

The alternative to being in the EU is not being in the EU. And it may come as a shock to the little Europeans that most of the world is not in the EU – and that most of these countries are doing better economically than most of the EU.


May 02 13:07

Fighting Back for the Right to Support Palestine

Last week, Israel bulldozed twelve Palestinian homes in Area C of the illegally occupied West Bank to make way for new illegal settlement building, while two Palestinian minors were killed by the Israeli Defence Forces.

This makes it a totally unexceptional week for the Palestinians. It has not however been an unexceptional week for Palestinian supporters in the UK, who have suffered the most vicious coordinated media witch hunt in memory. Two things are happening. The Blairites are trying to engineer a coup against Corbyn by sabotaging Labour in forthcoming elections, while the Israeli lobby seek to discredit all supporters of the Palestinians as anti-semites, including people like me who have no connection to the Labour Party.

May 02 12:44

Get Corbyn! Labour’s Anti-Semitism Inquisition picks off Corbyn’s allies one by one

Stuart Littlewood explains the context of the outbreak of Zionist persecution of Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters under the false pretext of “anti-Semitism” and urges Labour to shake off its ignorance and find out what Israel is really doing to the Palestinian people.

May 02 08:24

Google AI gains access to 1.2m confidential NHS patient records

Google has been given access to huge swatches of confidential patient information in the UK, raising fears yet again over how NHS managers view and handle data under their control.

In an agreement uncovered by the New Scientist, Google and its DeepMind artificial intelligence wing have been granted access to current and historic patient data at three London hospitals run by the Royal Free NHS Trust, covering 1.6 million individuals.

That would include any chronic illness people may be suffering from and the circumstances over why they were admitted – for example, if they have suffered a drug overdose. The agreement provides Google with access to data going back five years and is far more expansive than expected.

May 02 07:05

How Israel lobby manufactured UK Labour Party’s anti-Semitism crisis

Lawmaker Naz Shah and the former mayor of London, long-time Palestine campaigner Ken Livingstone, were also suspended from the party – within hours of being accused of anti-Semitism.

But an investigation by The Electronic Intifada has found that some of the most prominent stories about anti-Semitism in the party are falsified.

The Electronic Intifada can reveal that a key player in Labour’s “anti-Semitism crisis” covered up his involvement in the Israel lobby.

Most Labour members so accused are in reality being attacked for expressing opinions in favor of Palestinian human rights and particularly for supporting the boycott of Israel.

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It is time for all the people of the world to take any politician who serves Israel, crate them up, and ship them there!

May 02 07:00

Big Brother reprimands his unruly subjects: Obama lectures the UK population on how to vote in the Brexit referendum

As a British citizen I was both bemused and outraged at President Obama’s recent lecture telling us how to vote in the upcoming referendum on EU membership. It reminded me of a medieval feudal lord going to visit his one of his dominions and telling off his subjects and giving them a clear warning of what was expected of them. Since World War Two Britain has had this special relationship with the US during which the UK has been treated like a colonial possession by its American overlord.

Apr 30 21:14

Blair Helped Saudi Prince’s Oil Firm Crack Chinese Market – Report

During his time as Middle East envoy Tony Blair helped an oil company owned by a Saudi prince lobby Chinese leaders in exchange for £41,000 a month and a 2 percent commission on any contracts he helped clinch, documents reveal.

Apr 30 18:25

George Galloway Says Livingstone 'Zionist' Suspension Part Of ‘Slow Motion Coup’

London mayoral candidate George Galloway put forward a fiery defense of suspended Ken Livingstone, arguing the former mayor’s comments on a Nazi-Zionist accord on relocation were a matter of “historical fact.”

Apr 30 16:50

Tories Seize On Zionism Comments, Unrepentant Livingstone Sets Out To Foil Newts

Anti-Semitism is an internal “virus” the Labour Party must treat, according to London Mayor Boris Johnson. But a defiant Ken Livingstone says he will present evidence of his claims once he’s dealt with his garden pond.

Apr 30 16:43

UK Labour Party In Grip Of Zionist Inquisition

The orchestrated smear campaign against pro-Palestine sympathisers sent me reaching for my pen. But Gilad Atzmon too was eyeing the Labour Party’s crazed witch hunt for “antisemites” with misgiving and had already declared, in his usual robust way, that Labour under Jeremy Corbyn was not so much a party as a piece of Zionist-occupied territory.

Apr 30 07:51

Labour Has A Jewish Problem; it is dominated by Zionist Oligarchs

Jeremy Corbyn, the man who just a few months ago was a ‘hope for a change,’ is a wimp. For months, the man has unconditionally surrendered to the Jewish lobby. He has systematically betrayed each of his professed core principles. Not surprisingly, the legendary ‘Left Icon’ has even betrayed his friends.

Leftists tend to call each other comrade; they shove the word ‘comradeship’ into every political statement. Apparently, they are unable to grasp what comradeship is all about. Corbyn’s ‘comradeship’ was on display when he failed to stand up for the heroic Ken Livingstone who told the well-established and undeniable truth about Hitler’s support of Zionism and the Havara Agreement. Corbyn just ran away with his tail between his legs.

Apr 30 07:34

George Galloway says Livingstone 'zionist' suspension part of ‘slow motion coup’

London mayoral candidate George Galloway put forward a fiery defense of suspended Ken Livingstone, arguing the former mayor’s comments on a Nazi-Zionist accord on relocation were a matter of “historical fact.”

Speaking at length about the Haavara Agreement reached on 25 August 1933 between Germany’s Zionist leaders and its fascist politicians, Galloway told Sky News Livingstone had fallen victim to an “entirely synthetic crisis.”

Apr 29 17:20

UK Govt Driving EU's Democratic Deficit But Brexit Would Derail Vital Reform – UK Charity

British government policy has played a key role in heightening the EU’s democratic deficit by prioritizing the interests of high finance over those of ordinary people, a leading social justice group has said.

Apr 29 14:38

UK Terror Threat Up, But Gun Cop Numbers Down Home Office Stats Show

Armed police numbers have dipped by a fifth since 2010, virtually the exact figure deemed necessary to defend against a Paris-style terror attack, according to Home Office figures.

Apr 29 13:33

UK Labour Party in grip of Zionist inquisition

Stuart Littlewood says Britain’s Labour Party is irredeemably riven with Israel's stooges and challenges it to match its pledge of zero tolerance on anti-Semitism with zero-tolerance of those who use the party as a platform to promote Israel's interests.

Apr 29 12:59

‘Privatize Biased BBC Before It Becomes Irrelevant’ – Think Tank

A free-market think tank has called for the privatization of the BBC, calling the broadcaster “no longer fit for purpose” and accusing it of a left-leaning bias.

A report by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), an influential London-based think tank, said the BBC’s funding model, a compulsory fee paid by all UK residents with a television set, is out of date.

Apr 29 10:04

TTIP could cause an NHS sell-off and UK Parliament would be powerless to stop it, says leading union

The UK Parliament may not have the power to stop or reverse the privatisation of the NHS if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership passed at EU level, Unite has warned.

The union cites a letter from Lord Maude of Horsham, the minister for trade and investment, in response to a query from a constituent of Labour MP Jim Fitzpatrick about how TTIP would pass into law in the UK.

In the letter, Lord Maude of Horsham says that the UK Parliament could delay the ratification of the final text of TTIP “indefinitely” by repeatedly voting against it in the House of Commons and the Lords.

Gail Cartmail, Unite assistant general secretary, said that it was “a scandal” that MPs may not have the democratic power to stop TTIP, which she said “threatens the irreversible sell-off of our NHS”.

Apr 29 10:02

George Galloway says Ken Livingstone should not be suspended over 'historic facts' about Hitler and Zionism

'They're trying to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn, there's a slow motion coup. The real target is Jeremy Corbyn'

Apr 29 09:54

Watch Obama's Arrogance As He Issues A DIRECT THREAT To British Voters Not To Leave The EU

The arrogance of President Obama knows no bounds. This is a very interesting clip for anyone who hasn't seen this yet.


Apr 29 09:41

Where Are the Other 10 Million Panama Papers?

When I posted my scepticism that we would be given the full truth about the content of the Panama Papers by the mainstream media outlets who were controlling them, it went viral and became the first individual article to be read by half a million people on this blog alone, and a multiple of that as it was posted all round the web, translated into several languages.

I also attracted some derision from establishment propagandists. I had contented that the fact the papers themselves were not made available, but we were rather fed selected information by the western and corporate state media, would limit and slant what the public was told. The initial concentration on Russia, Iran, Syria etc seemed to confirm this. But it was urged that more was to come, and I should wait, and it was suggested I would look foolish when they finished publishing. “Wait and see” tweeted the editor of the lead newspaper, the Suddeutsche Zeitung, in response to my post.

Well I waited, and what happened? The story fizzled out.

Apr 29 09:28

Poor Scottish Men Die Young Due To Cheap Red Meat Diet, Study Shows

Men living in some of Glasgow’s poorest areas are dying 30 years early due to their consumption of cheap red meat, according to new research.

Apr 29 08:01

“We Were Elected To Say No To The Creditors”: Varoufakis On Resigning As Greek Finance Minister

The International Monetary Fund is demanding additional austerity measures from Greece if it does not hit its budget targets.