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Keir Starmer's Labour party has swept to a landslide victory in the UK's general election, though it appears to have haemorrhaged votes to pro-Palestinian candidates, several of whom picked up shock wins.

Starmer was formally appointed prime minister by King Charles in a meeting at Buckingham Palace on Friday after his party won 412 out of 650 parliamentary seats in Thursday's general election.

As the UK’s new, MI6-aligned prime minister takes power, questions are resurfacing about how key files on infamous British pedophile Jimmy Savile disappeared under his watch.

From a narrowly electoral point of view, the Patriotic cause in both major English-speaking countries is in dreadful condition.

Despite polling just 33.9% of the vote, only 1.7 points above 2019’s 32.2%, which handed it a devastating defeat, the U.K.’s perennially nation-hating Labour party has gained untrammeled power for the next 5 years. Unprecedented immivasion by Third Worlders seems inevitable.

Authored by Steve Watson via Modernity.news,

The new leftist British Prime Minister Sir Kier Starmer has on day one of his premiership scrapped a scheme to deport illegal immigrants to Rwanda which was devised by the previous Conservative government but never properly implemented.

Since the election of Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government in 1979, Britain has undergone a great experiment. Economically, the UK became the exemplar of neoliberalism in Europe. Politically, the UK has quietly transitioned to a postnational state, undergoing one of the greatest demographic transformations in the West.

According to Zelensky, he and the British premier had “coordinated positions” ahead of the NATO Summit in Washington on July 9-11 and discussed ways to further strengthen the “partnership” between Kiev and London. Starmer later shared Zelensky’s post on his page, claiming that “Ukraine’s ongoing fight against Russian aggression matters to all of us.” “The UK’s support [for Kiev] remains unshakable,” the PM wrote, adding that he is looking forward to meeting Zelensky in person.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has congratulated Sir Kier Starmer on his UK election victory. Tedros said he was looking forward to working closely with the new Prime Minister and his government and to making the WHO-UK partnership even stronger.

The global financial system appears to be in peril, which is prompting more and more countries to recall their gold reserves from countries like the United States and the United Kingdom.

The latest nation to claw back its gold from the West is Nigeria, which is reportedly repatriating 21 tons of gold amid ongoing economic concerns like runaway inflation and escalating geopolitical tensions.

Lord Vallance's appointment as Science Minister has been criticised by experts who say he helped stifle discussion into whether Covid originated from a leak in a Chinese laboratory. The newly appointed peer – who as Sir Patrick Vallance was the Tory government's chief scientific adviser – was nicknamed 'Dr Doom' for pandemic projections about the virus. The new Science Minister became well-known for being the face of bleak SAGE projections, regularly appearing next to ex-Prime Minister Boris Johnson and chief medical adviser, Chris Whitty. Before taking on the role of chief adviser in 2018,
Political guru Sir John Curtice has revealed one rather grim statistic in amongst Labour’s historic victory. The acclaimed elections expert has closely analysed the numbers after Sir Keir Strarmer led the Labour landslide on Thursday. Writing for the Telegraph he discusses that Sir Keir's party’s win was far more about a total collapse in support for the Tories - with many voters switching to Reform UK - rather than people flocking to Labour. And as the Champagne popped for the new party running the country, he also pinpoints one sobering statistic for Sir Keir - as he failed to significant