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Sep 19 14:35

Fascinating 19th Century London Tram Map Shows Victorian Routes Around Capital

A fascinating new map shows the routes trams took across the capital in Victorian London

The interactive map gives fresh insight into the late 19th century tram network which ceased running completely in 1952.

Sep 19 14:23

UK Police ‘Consider Working With Pedophile Hunters,’ But Vigilantes Told RT They’re Not Interested

Police have admitted they may have to start working with pedophile hunters after new figures revealed a rise in their evidence being used in court. Such groups, however, have ruled out ever working with officers.

Sep 19 14:09

Israel’s chief stooge at Westminster shames us again

Stuart Littlewood looks at how UK Prime Minister Theresa May and other Zionist stooges in her government are fawning over Israel ahead of the Balfour Declaration centenary instead of apologising for was in fact a criminal conspiracy.>>

Sep 19 13:45

Britain Will Have ‘3rd World’ Navy If Budget Is Cut, Says Ex-First Sea Lord

Britain could end up with a navy like a “Third World nation” unless ministers commit to further funding, a former head of the Royal Navy warns.

Admiral Sir George Zambellas told the Sunday Times that after years of austerity, the Royal Navy has been “hollowed out” in terms of resources.

Sep 18 16:53

UK weapons companies have made £6bn from Saudi Arabia since it started bombing Yemen

New report estimates firms have made £600m profit during ongoing conflict

Sep 18 15:48

Former Counter-Terror Chief: London Tube Blast “100%” Islamic Terror

Metropolitan police confirmed that the explosion on a Parsons Green underground train is being treated as a “terror-related incident” with several burn injuries being reported by the media.

Sep 18 12:37

Removing Offensive Monuments

The eyesore presidential libraries

The social justice warrior charge to purge the United States of all monuments relating in any way to the Confederacy has been rapidly expanding to include the scourge represented by all white people all through history.

Now, I would suggest that turnabout is fair play so if we are all agreeing that monuments must be destroyed to right historic wrongs, I am interested in making up my own little list based on the things that I disapprove of. As readers of this site are aware, I am a critic of illegal behavior by the United States government, to include torture, targeted assassinations by drone and starting wars without any reason to do so, so that would be a good place to start.

Sep 18 12:33

Russia Emerges As Victor in Syrian War

The war is almost over; reconstruction and nation-building are coming to the fore.

A new UN-brokered round of negotiations on Syria will kick off in October. The participants will have to live with new reality – the West has lost in Syria, Russia and its allies have won

Sep 18 12:30

Trump’s Bonfire of Washington Politics

So, is it inside-out politics that is taking place here?

President Trump shocked the political world and his own “base” when he struck a budget deal with Democrats to get emergency funding for Hurricane Harvey victims, reports ex-British diplomat Alastair Crooke.

Last week, President Trump threw a grenade into the U.S. political structure.

Sep 18 12:27

A Letter to My American Friends

What would it take for you to switch sides and join the rest of mankind in what is a struggle for the survival of our species?

I asked you to name me a single successful US military intervention since WWII and you could name none. Good!

Did you notice that there was no Islamic State in Iraq before the US invasion?

I don’t think that millions of murdered people, including hundreds of thousands of children, are “mistakes” (how would you react it somebody conceded to you that Hitler and Stalin made “mistakes”?). But there is something even more insidious in this notion of “mistake”.

Sep 18 10:24

From Prophesy to Reality – Government Prediction of 30 Year Terror Campaign Comes to Life

The partial explosion of a homemade bomb on a packed underground commuter train in southwest London on Friday morning has moved a prediction just six months ago by the UK’s government, of a terrorism offensive to match that of the 30 year long IRA campaign that killed and injured thousands – to reality. In the meantime, as one would expect in Britain, another huge police and intelligence operation began and then ended with calls for ever greater losses of civl liberties.

The government called a meeting of its COBRA emergency committee before anything was known about the incident. Later that afternoon Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May announced in a televised statement that the threat level was being raised to critical for an undefined period.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

First, prayers for those who were hurt, their friends, and their families.

But that being said, one has to ask; if, as has happened a number of times in the US, UK, and France, and the perps were known to the police and security agencies, why were they not picked up and questioned, and ultimately tried under the rule of law?!?

Fear makes people more vulnerable to having their freedoms curtailed, so I simply cannot rule out that some attacks have been allowed to move forward for just that reason; to strangle civil society with more and more draconian laws and edicts with dictatorial impunity.

Sep 18 08:06

Trump better stop encouraging EU secession or kiss Texas goodbye, warns Juncker

The EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has called on US President Donald Trump to stop applauding Brexit and become more supportive of the block. He threatened to hit back if Trump does not change his tune.

“Brexit isn’t the end. A lot of people would like it that way, even people on another continent where the newly elected US president was happy that Brexit was taking place and has asked other countries to do the same,” Juncker said on Thursday during a conference of the center-right European People’s Party in Malta.

Sep 17 08:42

Barnier and Juncker's Brexit threats HURT eurozone NOT UK economy, Wetherspoon's boss says

BREXIT threats from unelected European Union (EU) "oligarchs" will hurt long-suffering eurozone states far more than UK companies, according to Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin, as he savaged the negotiation tactics of Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier.

Sep 17 08:26

Soldiers drafted in and extra armed police on the streets as Theresa May raises terror level to CRITICAL after ISIS claim Tube bucket-bomb attack was carried out by a cell of several jihadis

Armed police have flooded London's streets as the terror threat level was raised to critical amid fears the Parsons Green bomber could strike again, Theresa May announced tonight.

The introduction of Operation Temperer will see soldiers replacing police at key sites including nuclear power plants to free up extra armed officers for regular patrols.

Scotland Yard said it is making 'excellent' progress in hunting the suspected terrorist who set off a crude bucket bomb on a packed commuter train by Parsons Green tube station in west London at 8.20am.
Mrs May said in a statement from Number 10: 'The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre has now decided to raise the national threat level from severe to critical - this means their assessment is that a further attack may be imminent.'

Minutes later Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley suggested there might have been more than one person involved, stating that police were 'chasing down suspects'.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Prayers for the people of the UK; but most of all, let us hope and pray that the British government doesn't see this as their "golden opportunity" to seize the day (in a very "V for Vendetta" kind of way) to heap even more repression and curtailment of the rights of British citizens.

Sep 17 08:15

Anna Soubry: If White British Community Learned More From Muslims Then UK Would Be A Better Country

If white Britons learned more from the Muslim community the UK would be a better country, according to Conservative MP Anna Soubry.

Speaking at an Eid-ul-Adha celebration event in Parliament, the former minister praised the success of Halimah Khaled - the first person of colour and first Muslim to be elected mayor in her Nottinghamshire constituency- and said lessons could be learned from her positive engagement with the largely white community.

?I can report happily that it is not a problem,” she told the event, organised by charity Human Appeal.

Sep 16 09:14

BREAKING NEWS: 'Parsons Green bomber' arrested at Dover port as he 'tries to flee the country' as armed police 'find bomb' in dramatic raid on Surrey home and evacuate neighbours

Armed police are this afternoon raiding a house in Surrey hours after arresting the 18-year-old man believed to have planted the Parsons Green bomb.

One nearby resident told MailOnline that officers had found a bomb at the site in Sunbury-on-Thames after 'around 60 people' were evacuated from their homes.

Earlier today police apprehended a suspect in the 'port area' of Dover as he tried to buy a ferry ticket to France in a a believed attempt to flee the country.

Sep 15 13:26

UK Terror Threat Level Raised To "Critical": Another Terrorist Attack May Be Imminent

British Prime Minister Theresa May has raised the country's threat level to "critical" from "severe" following today's subway explosion attack at Parsons Green tube station in south-west London. A "critical" level typically means that the British government believes a terrorist attack is imminent.

Sep 14 18:24

Royal Navy a 'laughing stock' with three quarters of its warships out of action and 'struggling to protect British citizens'

The Royal Navy can only send a quarter of its warships to sea due to spending cuts which have left the armed forces "struggling to protect Britain's citizens", the Telegraph has learned.

Currently 13 of the Navy's 19-strong fleet of Type 23 frigates and Type 45 destroyers are unable to go to sea due to a lack of manpower, fuel and supplies, senior military sources have revealed.

The cuts to defence spending have also severely hampered Britain’s response to Hurricane Irma.

HMS Ocean, the amphibious assault ship that currently serves as the Royal Navy’s flagship, was sent to provide support to the British overseas territories in the Caribbean but suffered engine problems and has now been delayed by a week.

Sep 14 16:58

‘It’s An Epidemic’: Phones, Drugs & Drones In UK Prisons – Tories ‘Buying Magic Wands’ To Fix It

Speaking into the camera phone he has hidden inside his prison cell – the inmate brags that it is a smartphone, the size of a coke can – long gone, he says, are the days he was forced to insert tiny mobiles “up my a**e”.

Sep 14 15:13

UK Asked To Intervene Over Claims Qatari Govt Ministers Sanctioned Torture In UAE

Britain has been asked to investigate allegations of torture against Qatari nationals in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the alleged victims told RT.

Scotland Yard’s war crimes unit is being petitioned to open a case into fresh allegations of abuse which was allegedly sanctioned by government officials in Qatar, in a case which could prove embarrassing for the UK government.

Sep 14 11:44

What an iCon! Outrage as fans ask why Apple's new iPhone X costs £250 MORE in Britain than in America

The iPhone is now substantially more expensive for UK buyers, following the launch of Apple's latest model.

The firm's 64GB iPhone X costs $999 in the US, which works out at £750 at the current exchange rate – almost £250 less than the official UK price of £999.

Sep 14 10:32

George Osborne says he won’t rest till Theresa May is ‘chopped up in his freezer’

Former Tory Chancellor George Osborne has reportedly said he will not rest until he has Prime Minister Theresa May “chopped up in bags in his freezer”.

It was reported in an Esquire magazine profile piece of Osborne – who in March became editor of the Evening Standard newspaper – that the graphic comment was made to more than one person.

Sep 14 09:25

Is YOUR face on it? Shocking report reveals UK police have a database of 19 million faces collected from CCTV that they can use to spy on people

With an estimated 4.2 million CCTV cameras in the UK alone, it will come as no surprise that you're caught on camera on a regular basis.

But a shocking new report has revealed that the images of you from CCTV might also be scanned by facial recognition technology – regardless of whether you're doing anything wrong.

The report suggests that the UK police have amassed a collection of 19 million photos – equating to around 30 per cent of the British population.

Sep 14 08:09

Grenfell Tower boss is STILL being paid his six-figure salary nearly three months after stepping down over the horrific blaze which killed at least 80

Robert Black resigned as chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO) in the aftermath of the deadly fire in June that killed at least 80 people.

But he is still receiving full pay – believed to be around £150,000-a-year - three months after stepping down from the role because assisting with all the different inquiries is a 'full time job'.

Sep 13 15:28

Carmakers Prepare Contingency Plans Amid Brexit Talks Uncertainty

Carmaker Toyota is warning that it could shift production away from the UK as uncertainties deepen over the Brexit negotiations and Britain’s continued access to the single European market.

The Japanese firm had received assurances from the British government that free trade between Britain and the EU would remain the standard trade arrangement post-Brexit, a commitment that helped the town of Burnaston in Derbyshire secure the company’s new £240m plant in March.

Sep 13 08:11

'You'll regret it!' EU Parliament erupts as Juncker SWIPES at UK 'Brexit isn't everything'

JEAN-CLAUDE Juncker has lashed out at the UK’s decision to leave the European Union as he addressed MEPs this morning, insisting Britain would “regret” Brexit.

Sep 13 08:11

'Thank God we're leaving!' Nigel Farage TERRIFIED at Juncker's plan for UNDEMOCRATIC EU

NIGEL Farage demolished the EU's State of the Union address today using just a handful of sentences to expose the bloc as an in increasingly undemocratic, and Soviet-esque, sham.

Sep 13 08:07

UK Imam Tells Congregation to ‘Spill Blood’ and ‘Establish Law of Allah’

An imam preaching in a West Midlands mosque acted as a recruiter for Islamic State and told Muslims to “be ready to spill blood” and “establish the law of Allah over the necks of the people” including the Queen, a court has heard.

Kamran Sabir Hussain, 40, allegedly told up to 15 children and about 25 adults at the mosque in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, that martyrdom was the “supreme success”, greater than achievements at school or college, The Times reports.

He was caught after the mosque was infiltrated by an undercover police officer, who recorded 17 of the alleged hate preacher’s sermons, starting in June last year.

Sep 13 07:18

REVEALED: The reason why Germany will do ANYTHING to STOP a hard Brexit

Brexit is already damaging Germany’s trade with the UK and it is set to get worse, according to the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

But new research from the Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW) has now revealed the drastic extent to which Germany could face economic disaster following Brexit.

According to the study, many German manufacturers are dependent on the production of goods abroad – with many partners being based in Britain.

In 2014 alone, the British supplied intermediate goods worth EUR 200 billion to the EU, of which 36 billion went to Germany.

Sep 12 15:27

May's Landmark EU Withdrawal Bill Passes First Parliamentary Hurdle

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s landmark legislation to end the United Kingdom’s membership in the EU has passed its first parliamentary hurdle.

MPs passed the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill by 326 votes to 290 on Monday, giving the Conservative government a majority of 36 and paving the way for greater powers to be handed to government ministers.

Sep 12 13:22

‘Don’t Visit Crime Victims, Email Them,’ Police Chief Says

Sussex Chief Constable Giles York questioned whether an in-person visit served any purpose, adding that it would be more “convenient” for members of the public to interact with the force online.

Victims can help investigations by emailing crime scene images and composing their own witness statements, he added.

Sep 12 12:00

British Teachers Too Scared To Teach About 9/11 Attacks

Some UK teachers are too frightened — too frightened — to discuss 9/11 with their students because they fear a backlash from Muslim students and parents, says a counter-extremism education expert.

The UK Telegraph reports that Kamal Hanif, executive principal of Waverley Education Foundation and advisor to the Department for Education on combating counter-extremism in schools, said that some teachers — particularly those with a high proportion of Muslim students — see the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks as a risky topic for classroom discussion.

Sep 12 11:58

Labour In Brexit Chaos As MPs Plan To Defy Jeremy Corbyn In Parliament

Jeremy Corbyn is expected to face a blow to his authority on Monday night as some Labour MPs prepare to defy a three-line whip on the government’s controversial EU Withdrawal Bill.

Sep 12 09:25

EU accepts Brexit talks could BREAK DOWN and starts contingency planning

BRUSSELS has started taking steps to ensure contingency plans are in place in case Brexit talks collapse without agreement.

Sep 11 19:42

UK Protesters Urge End To Myanmar’s ‘Genocide’ Of Rohingya

Hundreds of activists have staged a rally in London to protests Myanmar’s ongoing crackdown of Rohingya Muslims, asking the government of UK Prime Minister Theresa may to take urgent action in order to end the “silent genocide.”

Sep 11 14:29

May Needs Parliament’s Approval For £1bn Payment To Save DUP Deal

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to form a minority government with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has hit another snag, as it appears now that she needs the parliament’s approval for a £1 billion payment to the DUP as part of the agreement.

Sep 11 06:47

44m UK consumers on Equifax's books. How many pwned? Blighty eagerly awaits SPEX ON THE BREACH

The impact of the Equifax breach in the UK remains unclear days after the disclosure of a breach that could potentially affect up to 44 million British consumers.

The credit reference agency and its UK subsidiaries provide services for UK companies including BT, Capital One and British Gas. Customers of these companies might therefore be affected by the attack despite not having signed up for Equifax's services.

Sep 10 08:04

BEX ALERT - Exclusive: North Korea 'secretly helped by Iran to gain nuclear weapons', British officials fear

North Korea’s sudden advancement in developing nuclear weapons may be due to secret support from Iran, British officials fear.

The Foreign Office is investigating whether “current and former nuclear states” helped Kim Jong-Un in his drive to mount nuclear warheads on missiles.

Sep 10 07:55

Your daily dose of BOOGA BOOGA! - Risk of war with nuclear-armed North Korea is 'extremely great' and London could end up within range of regime's missiles, warns defence secretary

Sir Michael Fallon raised concerns about the danger of a 'miscalculation' causing a military confrontation, saying it must be avoided 'at all costs'.

He also pointed out that our capital is closer to Pyongyang than Los Angeles and the range of its weapons is getting 'longer and long'.

Sep 09 22:52

Brexit: Tony Blair calls for tough new immigration rules in bid to stay in EU

Mr Blair added: “If we go ahead with Brexit, we will have taken the unprecedented decision for a major country to relegate ourselves, like a top-six Premiership side deciding to play exclusively in the Championship.

“Other than President (Donald) Trump, I can't think of a single leader of any of our major allies or partners who thinks this decision is anything other than self-harming.”

Sep 09 16:51

Trinity Mirror in talks to buy Express newspaper

The owner of the Daily Mirror has said it is in talks to buy the owner of the Daily Express and Daily Star.

Trinity Mirror hopes to buy all of the publishing assets of Northern & Shell, which also owns celebrity magazine OK!.

As well as the Mirror titles, Trinity Mirror also publishes the Daily Record, the Sunday People and more than two hundred regional newspapers.

Northern & Shell is owned by Richard Desmond, who paid £125m for the Express titles in 2000.

Trinity Mirror had previously been in talks to take a minority stake in the company.

Northern & Shell currently owns four national newspaper titles - the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday. It also publishes celebrity magazines OK!, new! and Star, and has a 50% stake in the Irish Daily Star.

Sep 09 05:44

'UK has POISONED diplomatic well' EU Brexit negotiator Verhofstadt in astonishing attack

Papers were leaked showing the Government was considering scrapping the EU’s freedom of labour policies once Britain leaves the bloc.

The proposal would see British workers put first and cut the number of low-skilled migrants entering from the EU by offering a maximum two-year residency.

Mr Verhofstadt tweeted: “UK's leaked immigration plans have poisoned the diplomatic well.

Sep 08 08:09

'We're under their skin!' Fury over Juncker's personal attack on Brexit secretary Davis

BRUSSELS has resorted to launching personal attacks on David Davis because he has “got under eurocrats’ skin” with his tough approach to the talks, senior eurosceptics said today.

Sep 07 15:28

Suspected Fantasist Faces Prosecution Over VIP Child Sex Abuse Claims, As Inquiries Draw Blank

An alleged fantasist known only as ‘Nick’, who claimed he had been raped and abused by a VIP pedophile ring made up of Tory MPs and powerful politicians, could be prosecuted for attempting to pervert the course of justice and fraud.

The only accuser’s claims led to a huge Scotland Yard investigation known as Operation Midland.

Sep 07 15:26

Rape Gang Victim Sleeps Next To Knife And Is Losing Hair After Ordeal

Newcastle grooming gang victims have relived the horrendous ordeals they were subjected to as teenagers when members of a gang abused and repeatedly raped them.

Victims of the 17-man and one-woman gang who forced vulnerable teenagers into sex and prostitution have told a court how their abusers ruined their lives – as they are sent to prison.

Sep 07 14:20

‘Prince George’ Or ‘George At ASDA’: Britain’s Inequality Chasm Laid Bare By School Uniforms

As Prince George starts his first day of school decked out in a £370 uniform with essentials including ballet shoes, a cagoule and an art smock, other pupils across Britain are being excluded from lessons for not buying their uniforms from the right shop.

Sep 07 12:47

35 False Matches and 1 Erroneous Arrest As Police Secretly Test Facial Recognition Technology

By Nicholas West

All things biometric are sweeping across the world at warp speed now, from security on planes and trains to check-ins at conferences and events, banking systems, etc. But the use of facial recognition tech in policing is being touted as the next big thing to keep the public safe. In fact, facial recognition technology is already working on the next level of development with researchers constructing new algorithms that supposedly can penetrate the most simple method of avoidance: wearing a mask.

However, a recent event in Britain should cause those who are high on this technology to rein in their enthusiasm. According to a Sky News report, a recent carnival in Notting Hill was treated as a testing ground for police facial recognition systems. The results were troubling...

Sep 07 12:28

Two British Nationals Arrested On Terrorism Charges At Birmingham Airport

Two British nationals have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences as they arrived at Birmingham Airport from Turkey, according to the Metropolitan police.

The men, aged 40 and 29, were arrested by the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command on Thursday after disembarking from a flight arriving from Istanbul.

Sep 07 09:16

.UK domains left at risk of theft in Enom blunder

Thousands of UK companies were at risk of having their .uk domain names stolen for more than four months by a critical security failure at domain registrar Enom.

The security lapse allowed .uk domains to be transferred between Enom accounts with no verification, authorisation or logs.

Any domains hijacked would have been “extremely hard or impossible” to recover, according to The M Group, the security firm that discovered the flaw.

The M Group said it reported the issue to Enom on 2 May, but the problem was only addressed on 1 September.

Sep 06 15:45

Gangs selling real British passports to migrants for £500: Price drops by £1,500 in a year after 20,000 flood the black market leading to fears ISIS jihadis could find it easier to reach UK

Criminal gangs are selling genuine British passports for less than £500 to migrants in Europe, it can be revealed today.

The price of a stolen passport has dropped dramatically from £2,000 a year ago, after more than 20,000 identity documents flooded on to the black market.

Sep 06 15:29

Excalibur ‘Confirmed’: 7yo Girl Finds ‘King Arthur’s Sword’ In Cornish Lake

A seven-year-old girl literally felt a legend coming to life as she unearthed a huge sword from the same lake King Arthur’s Excalibur was said to have been thrown. A sceptical father, however, said he does not believe in the sword’s fabled origins.

Matilda Jones from Doncaster in the UK found the 4-feet (1.2-meter) sword when she went swimming in Dozmary Pool in Cornwall.

Sep 06 12:23

Germany: Police Tell Women Not To Run Alone After Migrant Rapes Jogger In Park

Police in Leipzig have told women not to run alone after a jogger was raped by a migrant in one of the city’s parks.

A woman in her 50s was attacked and dragged to the ground as she was running in Rosental park on Friday morning. The culprit was described as a “southerner,” the politically correct term used in Germany to mean Muslim or Arab.

Sep 06 12:22

Labour Prepares For New Season Of Brexit Battles, Plans To Block Great Repeal Bill

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will tell his MPs to vote against the Brexit Bill at the conclusion of its second reading next week over concerns it hands too much power to the government.

A party spokesperson said it a statement that Labour fully respects the democratic decision to leave the EU, but “cannot vote for a bill that unamended would let government ministers grab powers from parliament.”

Sep 06 09:07

“My daughter has a gender!” Parents angry over introduction of gender neutral school uniforms

An East Sussex school has banned skirts in order to make its uniform gender neutral, accommodating transgender students.

Priory School, a mixed co-ed institution in Lewes with more than 1,100 pupils on the register, has ordered all new Year 7 pupils to wear gray trousers instead of gray skirts. Students in Year 8 to Year 11 are welcome to adopt the new uniform.

Sep 06 08:40

UK Terror Threat Level To Remain ‘Severe’ For Now

The terror threat level in the UK will remain “severe” over the next years, Scotland Yard’s top counter-terrorism officer has warned, admitting that the government of Prime Minister Theresa May has a lot to do to guarantee the safety of British citizens.

Sep 05 20:01

Four Alleged Members Of UK Neo-Nazi Group 'National Action' Arrested On Suspicion Planning Terrorism

Four alleged members of neo-Nazi group National Action have been arrested on terrorism-related charges.

The accused – a 22-year-old from Birmingham, a 32-year-old man from Powys, a 24-year-old from Ipswich and a 24-year-old from Northampton – were held on Tuesday by the West Midlands police, who say they have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences.

Sep 05 14:31

Staff Cuts, Rising Crime Leave 25% Of Senior Police With Signs Of Depression

Police in England and Wales are readying for a “perfect storm” because of staff shortages and a rise in crime.

Current policing is based on fewer officers working longer hours, a system which, according to Chief Superintendent Gavin Thomas, is “fundamentally flawed.”

Sep 05 13:05

UK Navy Tests Air Defense System Against Supersonic Missiles

The Royal Navy has carried out the first tests of its new generation air missile defence system – capable of intercepting and destroying enemy missiles travelling at supersonic speeds.

Sep 05 12:06

North Korea Could ‘Vaporize’ Seoul: Boris Johnson Reacts To US Threats Over Nuke Tests

Boris Johnson has opposed US President Donald Trump’s intent to take action against North Korea, saying it may spur Kim Jong-un to “vaporize” the South Korean capital Seoul.

Sep 05 10:18

Edinburgh University law student, 21, who mocked ISIS on Facebook is probed by college bosses over it being a HATE crime that 'puts minority students at risk'

A law student is under investigation by his university after allegedly mocking ISIS on social media and 'putting minority students at risk and in a state of panic'.

Sep 05 10:10

Corbyn vows that Labour will vote AGAINST the EU repeal bill as former minister predicts the party will end up backing second Brexit referendum

Jeremy Corbyn was accused of betraying his promises to honour Brexit today after he ordered Labour MPs to vote against the EU repeal bill next week.

Sep 05 10:07

HOW CORPORATE LOBBYISTS DOMINATE MEETINGS WITH UK AND EU BREXIT NEGOTIATORS

The far-reaching Brexit agreement that will govern the UK’s exit from the European Union is not only being shaped at the negotiating table, but also by the lobbyists who are trying to influence each side’s position papers and red lines.

New analysis of official statistics on lobby meetings with ministers from the UK’s Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) and members of the EU’s Brexit Task Force reveals a common willingness to privilege the representatives of corporate interests above all others:

Between October 2016 and March 2017, DExEU staff had six meetings with big business representatives for every one meeting with an NGO, a trade union or a think tank. This figure may even just be the tip of the iceberg, as Brexit lobby meetings are also likely to take place with DExEU officials not required to disclose meetings.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Such negotiations are never about how the Brexit may positively influence the lives of every-day, working Brits; they are always about how corporations are going to game the system, to better their own financial states.

Sep 05 08:04

Babies were given a trial TB vaccine 'that did not work on monkeys by Oxford University scientists', former academic at the institution claims

Oxford University scientists went ahead and gave human babies a trial tuberculosis (TB) vaccine that was found to 'not work on monkeys', it has been claimed.

Professor Peter Beverley, a former principal research fellow at the institution, made the allegation, which has since been denied.

He suggested scientists ignored worrying data, collected by Government officials, that showed primates given the booster jab seemed to 'die rather rapidly'.

Sep 05 07:01

Peter Mandelson Pledges ‘Serious, Political Trench Warfare’ Against Brexit Bill

The so-called Prince of Darkness — who had to resign from the Blair Government twice before being gifted a job at the European Commission and made a Lord — issued his call to arms in an article for The Times Red Box.

“The most significant development of recent weeks has been Labour’s shift in stance on Single Market and Customs Union membership,” he crowed.

“The party is now calling on the government to keep Britain fully in the Single Market and Customs Union for a transitional period that lasts ‘as long as necessary’. Mr Starmer also said that continued single market and customs union membership after transition should remain on the table.”

Sep 04 15:32

Theresa May refuses to back Donald Trump’s Armageddon threats over North Korea saying UK’s ‘overwhelming’ preference for a peaceful and diplomatic resolution

THERESA MAY has refused to back Donald Trump’s Armageddon threat over North Korea, saying it's the UK's "overwhelming" preference for a peaceful and diplomatic resolution.

The Prime Minister's spokesperson wouldn't get behind the US Defense Secretary's demands for a "massively military response" on the communist state.

Sep 04 08:53

Smart meters: 'Dog's breakfast' that'll only save you 'a tenner' – report

Smart meters will cost each British household £420 and save people just “a tenner a year”, according to reports.

Cost-benefit estimates for the British smart meter programme vary hugely, with figures ranging from modest savings of around £26 a year (as we reported last year) to the Mail on Sunday’s latest guess coming from Gordon Hughes, an economist at the University of Edinburgh.

“The introduction of the smart meter is a dog's breakfast. At best it is misconceived and an astonishingly expensive project. For those claiming it will bring major savings, I say they need to grow up,” Hughes dutifully raged for the Sunday newspaper.

Sep 03 20:27

Abortion pills on demand as DRONES will deliver morning-after pills to customers

In this day and age, you can have just about anything delivered to your doorstep by way of drone. One enterprising company realized this and have decided to make contraceptives all the more accessible through this delivery method. According to DailyMail.co.uk, online pharmacy MedExpress plans on using drones to deliver Viagra and morning-after pills to their customers after a successful trial in Broadstairs, Kent.

Sep 03 08:59

Channel 4 Doc Reveals British Teachers Telling Pupils: ‘There’s a Lot of Similarities Between Hitler and Trump’

A new Channel 4 documentary shows British teachers telling pupils there are “a lot of similarities between Hitler and Trump”, and suggesting the most important people to look after following the Manchester Arena terror bombing are Muslim pupils.

Sep 02 13:08

More than one MILLION schoolchildren do not speak English as first language

MORE THAN one million schoolchildren in Britain do not speak English as their first language, with figures soaring by a whopping two-thirds in just a decade.

Sep 01 18:43

UK Rail Workers To Continue Strikes Against Plans For Driver Only Operated Trains

Train drivers and guards in the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) are to strike from September 1 in a long running dispute against the introduction of Driver Only Operated (DOO) trains by the three transport operating companies (TOCS) – Southern GTR, Northern Rail and Merseyrail.

Sep 01 18:09

Theresa May Vows To Stay On As PM… Evidence Suggests She May Not Be Able To

Theresa May says she’ll remain in power as prime minister “for the long term” and intends to lead the Conservatives into the next general election, despite her disastrous showing in the last one.

Sep 01 14:10

Man Charged With Terrorism Offence Over Buckingham Palace Sword Incident

A man has been charged in connection with a terrorist incident outside Buckingham Palace on Friday evening that left three police officers injured.

Mohiussunnath Choudhury, 26, was charged on Thursday with engaging in conduct in preparation for giving effect to his intention to commit an act or acts of terrorism.

Aug 31 15:18

New Tory Campaign Apologizes After Members Joked About ‘Gassing Chavs’

New Tory grassroots campaign Activate UK has been forced to apologize after some of its members joked about gassing and doing medical experiments on “chavs” in a leaked WhatsApp chat.

Aug 31 12:04

‘I'm Here For The Long Term,’ British Prime Minister May Says

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will lead the Conservative Party into the next parliamentary elections, which are scheduled for 2022.

May made the remarks in interviews broadcast on Thursday, following reports that she would step down after achieving the British exit from the European Union in March 2019.

Aug 31 11:12

Tony Blair In Wonderland

Tony Blair is clearly a piece of work. Incidentally, I’ve known about him for decades before he became well-known.

Aug 31 10:37

Theresa May Refuses To Rule Out Military And Cyberattacks On North Korea

May arrived in Japan on Wednesday morning in the midst of an escalating crisis over Pyongyang’s latest missile launch and will have discussions with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about what can be done.

Aug 31 09:49

Half Of Britons Think Islam Is ‘Threat To West,’ Study Reveals

More than half of Britons believe Islam “poses a threat to the West,” despite the UK becoming more tolerant and open overall, a new study has claimed.

Aug 31 09:46

Diana - The Night She Died

The news of Princess Diana’s death shocked the world in 1997. Conspiracy theories about the car crash has filled headlines ever since and while many of them are far-fetched, a number of simple questions about the night of August 31st have never been asked.

This documentary explores the police investigation and poses the questions that have never been answered.

Aug 30 17:27

Theresa May Threatens More Sanctions Against North Korea

British Prime Minister Theresa May has threatened to impose more sanctions on North Korea and asked China do more to stop North Korea’s nuclear missile launches.

Aug 30 16:34

Brits Want US To Have War With Russia To Get Rid Of Trump: Analyst

The British and their assets in the US Republican and Democratic Parties are planning to have a devastating war with Russia in order to get rid of Donald Trump because the US president is not willing to continue the policy of confrontation against Russia and China, a journalist and political analyst in Washington says.

Aug 30 14:26

500 British Muslims Attend ‘Anti-Terrorism’ Training Camp

More than 500 British Muslims have taken part in an ‘anti-terrorism’ training camp to learn how to identify extremism and help those in danger of becoming radicalized.

The three-day ‘Al-Hidyah 2017’ conference at Keele University in Staffordshire, hosted by Minhaj-ul-Quran International, a leading moderate British Muslim organization, focused on extremists’ talk of “us and them” and their use of false terminology in citing the Koran.

Aug 30 14:10

Bradford Muslims Receive Acid Attack Threat

Muslim residents in a city in northwestern England have received letters containing threats of acid attacks, amid the rising rate of hate crimes in the United Kingdom, particularly after terrorist attacks in London and Manchester.

Aug 30 09:28

Not so Cool Runnings: Four revellers who 'blacked up' to look like Jamaican bobsleigh team during Welsh carnival are investigated by police for racism

Four carnival revellers who 'blacked up' to look like a Jamaican bobsleigh team are being investigated by police for racism.

The four men covered themselves in black bodypaint and Lycra bodysuits to dress up as characters from the 1993 cult comedy film Cool Runnings.

But the men who used a wooden bobsleigh sparked a police probe after complaints that their outfits in the street parade in Aberaeron, West Wales, were racist.

Aug 29 17:08

New Tory Youth Group Targeted By Full-On Social Media #Meme Assault

A new Tory grassroots campaign which aims to copy the success of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s Momentum by luring young people into Conservatism has been met with a wave of social media sarcasm and derision.

Activate_uk_net, which has now rebranded to Activate UK in a bid to make its Twitter handle catchier for a young audience, aims to “engage young people with conservatism”.

Aug 29 14:49

Muslims Threatened With Acid Attacks In Bradford, Forcing Police To Increase Patrols

Police have launched a hate crime investigation and scaled up the number of patrols in Bradford after letters containing threats of acid attacks were sent to Muslim homes.

West Yorkshire police said they were taking the threats “extremely seriously” and had increased surveillance in Hanover Square, a predominantly Muslim area in Manningham, an inner-city area where at least two residents were targeted last week.

Aug 29 14:05

UK Caught Selling Used Military Aircraft To Bahrain: Report

The government of UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been caught selling used military aircraft to Bahrain and other countries it officially categorizes as human rights violators.

Aug 29 07:58

Flashback - Princess Diana letter: 'Charles plans to kill me'

A handwritten letter in which Diana, Princess of Wales claimed that the Prince of Wales was plotting to kill her so he could marry Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the former nanny to Princes William and Harry, has been shown at the inquest into her death.

The note was sent to Paul Burrell, the princess's then butler, in October 1993, 10 months after her separation from Prince Charles was announced.

She wrote: "I am sitting here at my desk today in October, longing for someone to hug me and encourage me to keep strong and hold my head high.

"This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous - my husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for him to marry Tiggy. Camilla is nothing but a decoy, so we are all being used by the man in every sense of the word."

Aug 29 06:43

Girls who have been sexually abused by Muslim rape gangs now told to “shut their mouths” for the “sake of diversity”

In the latest example of political correctness gone awry, a member of Britain’s Labor Party by the name of Naz Shah recently came out against girls who have been victims of Muslim rape gangs, even going so far as to say they need to “shut their mouths” in the spirit of diversity.

Shah retweeted a tweet originally posted by a spoof account pretending to be leftist Owen Jones, which read, “Exactly Areeq, those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths. For the good of #diversity!” It’s hard to believe that anyone would be so ignorant and uncompassionate about such a serious issue, but apparently for some leftists, even sexual assault is to be ignored if it gets in the way of the advancement of their agenda.

Aug 28 17:15

Christian child 'begs' not to be sent back to Muslim foster family in UK

A five-year-old Christian girl in London has, reportedly, been put in the care of two different Muslim foster families in the last six months against the girl’s family’s wishes, The Times reported.

Citing a confidential local authority report, The Times claims that the child, who only speaks English, was encouraged to learn Arabic by one of the families she was under care of and begged social services to not send her back as they “do not speak English”.

The child, at times “very distressed”, claimed that one foster carer removed her necklace which had a Christian cross. She was also not allowed to eat the food given by her mother as it contained ‘haram’ ingredients.

Aug 28 08:55

Where HAVE all the insects gone? Experts warn windscreens free of dead flies, gnats, moths and wasps signal an alarming decline in bugs

Have you noticed you're scrubbing fewer squashed flies off your windscreen of late?

You're not alone. Drivers across the UK have been reporting an absence of flies, gnats, wasps and moths on their vehicles - prompting fears from scientists that such insects could be in decline.

And this is no new phenomenon, with experts noting a decline in insect numbers over the past few decades.

Aug 28 08:08

WannaCrypt NHS victim Lanarkshire infected by malware again

Infect me once, shame on you. Infect me twice …

Aug 28 07:40

Thousands of migrants trying to reach Britain from Spanish port of Bilbao

The port has become an alternative route into the UK and has been described locally as “a problem of the first order”.

Police have stopped 1,765 failed stowaways at the port so far this year – five times more than in all of 2016.

Tented encampments have grown up near the ferry terminal, under motorways and in abandoned properties.

Aug 25 17:51

Britain’s Laziness Epidemic: How Half Of Adults Don’t Even Go For A Brisk Walk Once A Month

Britain is in the grip of an ‘inactivity epidemic’, with nearly half of adults failing to go for a brisk walk even once a month.

Health bosses say 45 per cent of over-16s are so sedentary they do not manage the health-boosting ten-minute walk.

Aug 25 15:54

Do You Know What Filibustering Is? Most British Millennials Think It’s A Sex Act

Two-thirds of young Brits think “filibustering” – when politicians deliberately waste time during a debate – is a sexual act, a survey by a political website has found.

Aug 25 13:21

Boris Johnson’s Cash Pledge For Libyan Coastguard Will ‘Push Migrants Into Traffickers’ Hands’ – MSF

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has pledged to give Libya £9 million (US$11.5 million) to help stem the flow of migrants to Europe. He has provoked a widespread backlash from NGOs, however, which claim the policy traps refugees in a war zone.

Aug 25 10:35

Police press release error lands daily with paedophile rockstar scoop

A regional daily landed an exclusive about a paedophile rock star after one of its journalists was accidentally sent a draft press release by police chiefs.

Yorkshire Post features writer Chris Burn received the release in error after being copied into an email chain conversation involving South Yorkshire Police and the Independents Police Complaints Commission.

The draft showed findings by the IPCC that police officers in Doncaster had failed to take seriously a series of complaints made about former Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins, who is currently serving a 35-year prison sentence for sex offences including the attempted rape of a fan’s baby, by his ex-girlfriend Joanne Mjadzelics.

The email chain Chris read, which he received at around 10am on Friday, also showed the IPCC did not intend to publish the report in full.

He told HTFP: “After contacting both the police and the IPCC, both organisations made representations asking for the article not to run.

Aug 25 10:34

Lost Prophets singer Ian Watkins could have been stopped six months earlier if police hadn't mistaken a vile image of a girl aged FIVE for an adult woman

Police mistook an indecent image of a young girl for that of an adult woman when paedophile rock star Ian Watkins' ex-partner showed it to them as evidence of child sex abuse.

Watkins' former partner Joanne Mjadzelics contacted officers between March and May 2012 about the image that the Lostprophets singer had sent her.

But her evidence was ignored, an investigation by police watchdogs the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) later found.

Ms Mjadzelics, 42, claims she was later told by an IPCC investigator that a paediatrician estimated the female pictured to be approximately five years old.

Ms Mjadzelics, who was in an on-off relationship with Watkins for six years, said she was disappointed that more detail about the blunder was not included in the IPCC report published last week.

Aug 25 10:34

Emmanuel Macron wants to replicate Merkel and RULE the European Union, says biographer

EMMANUEL MACRON is aiming to replicate his German colleague Angela Merkel as he hopes to “completely reform” the European Union, according to his biographer.

Aug 25 10:31

This Unethical Isle: 5 terrible things Britain exports to the world

From leaded petrol that causes brain damage, to weapons used in the war on Yemen and weed killer linked to Parkinson’s disease, Britain is openly exporting unethical goods and services to some of the world’s poorest and most abusive nations.

RT UK takes a look at some of Britain’s most questionable wares.

Aug 24 19:28

Reporter Who Exposed BBC Pedophilia Cover Up Found Dead

Liz MacKean is the second high profile BBC journalist to die in suspicious circumstances after attempting to expose the truth about the pedophile ring operating in the upper reaches of the establishment. Jill Dando, former Crimewatch host, also tried to alert her bosses to the pedophile ring at the BBC, warning that “big name” stars were implicated.

Aug 24 18:54

The Cost of Courage - Part II: The Murder of BBC pedo-ring investigator, Jill Dando

On April 26, 1999 at around 11:30 am, Jill Dando was returning to her home in Fulham, London. As she was putting the keys into her front door, a 6-foot, middle-aged white male forced Dando to ground. While the assailant had her restrained, he used his left hand to fire a 9mm round through Dando's left temple at an angle parallel to the ground.

Neighbors recall being able to hear Jill Dando's voice as if she recognized someone, but were not able to hear a gunshot. Neighbors would then discover her body outside almost 14 minutes later after witnessing the male suspect leaving walking away.

Aug 24 17:36

Corbyn Vows To Block ‘Sweetheart’ Trade Deal Between May, Trump

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will make sure that a “sweetheart” trade deal between British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump will never go through after the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU).

Aug 24 17:11

Number of problem gamblers in the UK rises to more than 400,000

Gambling Commission report finds more than 2 million people are addicted to gambling or at risk of developing a problem

Aug 24 16:06

Grime Star Stormzy Calls Out Met Police For Linking Drugs Bust To Notting Hill Carnival

Grime artist Stormzy has criticized the Metropolitan Police for linking recent drugs busts across London to the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival, an event synonymous with the African-Caribbean community.

Aug 24 14:00

Virgin Release CCTV Proving Jeremy Corbyn Told The Truth About ‘Traingate’

Newly released footage appears to prove Jeremy Corbyn did not lie about having to join seatless commuters on the floor during a three-hour train journey last year in a scandal known as ‘Traingate.’

Aug 23 08:51

Labour at WAR? MP claims party may 'normalise attacks' with women-only train carriages

LABOUR are bracing for a public backlash after renewing Jeremy Corbyn’s previously defeated calls for women–only train carriages to create a “safe space”.

Aug 23 07:44

Provident Financial plunges 800,000 families into financial alarm as shares plummet

The blue-chip FTSE 100 listed company saw £1.7 billion wiped off its value after being hit by several body blows.

It is believed to be the biggest one-day stock price fall for a firm listed on the FTSE 100 index.

The company, which focuses its core business on lending to people who are struggling financially, was forced to issue its second profit warning in three months.

It is preparing to lose up to £120million this year in its door-to-door loan division, affecting around 800,000 customers, the company said.

Shares in the company crashed by a huge 66 per cent yesterday, from £17 to 589.5p, wiping almost £1.7billion from its stock market value.

Aug 22 15:53

Britain's budget in SURPLUS for the first time in 15 YEARS with £200m boost

BRITAIN received more money in taxes and other income than it spent in July, putting the national finances in surplus for the first time since 2002, in a huge economic boost ahead of Brexit.

Amid a surge in income from self-assessed tax payments, the state was up by £0.2billion last month, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Borrowing tends to be lower in July than other months, due to the timing of income tax payments.

But it has been 15 years since the Government received enough income to fund its spending commitments without having to borrow.

Aug 22 15:47

Lefties call for Nelson’s Column to be torn down - this LBC host’s response is DEVASTATING

“This is my problem, with this frankly puerile butt-hurt line of argument.

“But it’s puerile and childish this notion that this statue hurts my feelings and so I’m going to tear it down.

“Thereby erase history, censor history and my problem with it is the following, where do you stop folks?

“Where do you stop with this desire to re-mould and re-shape how we remember history based on your feelings.”

Aug 22 15:45

'It's part of our history' Londoners rail against calls to topple 'racist' Nelson's Column

LONDONERS and tourists alike have shut down calls to tear down Nelson’s Column in the capital’s Trafalgar Square in the wake of the Charlottesville riots.

Those speaking to Sky News said it was “part of our history” and insisted the landmark remain despite Admiral Horatio Nelson being an advocate of the slave trade.

Aug 22 14:37

Tories Guilty Of ‘Grave, Systematic Violation’ Of Disabled People’s Rights, Activists Tell RT

Britain’s Conservative government is guilty of “grave and systematic” violations of disabled people’s human rights which are “regressing on an unprecedented scale,” the United Nations will hear on Monday.

Aug 22 13:29

Will Britain’s Crackdown On Internet Trolls Undermine Freedom Of Speech?

New measures designed to crack down on hate crime could have a “chilling effect” on freedom of speech, warn civil liberties campaigners.

Fresh guidelines issued on Monday by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) would see online abuse treated with the same “robust and proactive” approach used to address offline offending.

Aug 22 11:01

'A complete fantasy' Merkel blasted over Brexit negotiations promise to German fishermen

ANGELA Merkel was today accused of peddling a “complete fantasy” after she told German fishermen she would fight for them to retain access to British waters after Brexit.

Aug 22 10:59

Britain Splurges On Warships, Subs & Drones… But May Cut Troops To Plug £30bn Black Hole

The British military could see its troop numbers slashed again to fund spending on state-of-the-art warships, submarines and unmanned drones, it has been revealed.

Aug 22 07:56

Online hate crimes will be taken just as seriously as offline offenses in England, Wales

The internet has revolutionized the way humans interact with one another, adding another facet to communication that rivals face-to-face interaction for primacy in modern life. But it isn’t all informative reading, pleasant banter and happy reunions with old friends. Social media and other websites have also provided new avenues for the expression of hate.

Aug 21 16:51

Oh Cod! Could Britain Sacrifice Its Fish Stocks To Secure Brexit Trade Deal?

A fresh cabinet split has emerged as top Tory MPs clash over whether to use fishing rights as a Brexit negotiating pawn.

Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Chancellor Philip Hammond are at loggerheads over who will be allowed to fish in Britain’s territorial waters after Brexit in March 2019, according to the Sun.

Aug 21 16:14

'Wannabe PM' Jacob Rees-Mogg Has Raked In £4mn Since Becoming MP

Tory backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg, who has been tipped as a possible successor to Theresa May, has raked in a staggering £4 million since becoming an MP seven years ago.

Aug 21 15:51

ISIS Links With Britain Uncovered: Men, Money & A Small Office In Wales

New links between the extremist group Islamic State and Britain have been uncovered in an FBI investigation, which found South Wales businesses helped fund terrorist attacks in Europe.

Aug 21 15:11

Big Ben Will Ring At Noon, Then Fall Silent Until 2021

Big Ben is due to sound the hour for the last time on Monday before it is silenced for four years of repair work. After 12 chimes at noon, the bell will begin its longest period of silence in its 157-year history.

Aug 21 12:57

Everything you ever wanted to know about the World Cup in Russia, in London

Where’s the best place to stay in Moscow? Do I need a visa? How do you travel between Russian cities? Is it hard to get by without speaking Russian? Where can I buy match tickets? The World Cup can be a stressful adventure, but this new service is here to help. The VISIT RUSSIA National Tourist Office is opening a new center in London to help British football fans iron out any potential situations for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia, which kicks off in June, 2018. Employees working at the 2018 World Cup Information Center will be on call in person and via phone to help Brits get their travel itinerary in shape, as well as telling them about the best entertainment and sights on offer in Russian cities. Help with visas, travel insurance, and other (boring but necessary) issues will also be available. The center opens its doors Sept. 1 and will be open from Mondays to Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. See you all in summer 2018!

Aug 21 08:03

REPORTER WHO EXPOSED BBC PEDOPHILIA COVER UP FOUND DEAD

Liz MacKean, the former British investigative reporter who exposed Jimmy Savile and the culture of pedophile protection at the BBC, has been found dead. She was 52.

MacKean worked at the BBC until she quit in 2013 after executives decided to ban her groundbreaking and brave investigation into predatory pedophile Jimmy Savile in order to protect him and other pedophiles.

Dismissed by the establishment as mad and dangerous, MacKean was finally vindicated when the truth about Savile’s pedophilia eventually came out in 2012, a full year after MacKean first tried to bring his notorious crimes to light.

The BBC, who blocked her groundbreaking investigation from airing and spent the next few years attempting to destroy her reputation, are reporting that she died of “complications from a stroke.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Stroke", MY ASTROLABE; this was most probably an assassination made to look like a stroke, when the autopsy was done, because of the enormous, stealthy and dark powers of the elite in the UK, and how that power it is used (including assassinations) to protect its own.

R.I.P., Liz; your incredible courage should be an inspiration to others.

Aug 20 18:51

The reward for hard Brexit: Economy to swell by £135bn EVERY YEAR, experts calculate

THERESA May's plans for a hard Brexit could boost the UK economy by £135 billion a year, top economists have predicted.

They believe the UK could reap trade gains worth £80bn annually by removing tariffs for both the European Union and the rest of the world.

Deregulating the economy and other Brexit-related policies could provide a further £40bn a year boost, they added.

The 16 pro-Brexit economists made the glowing assessment of the UK's future outside the EU in a new 50-page report.

Aug 18 14:37

Was Labour Right To 'Sack' Sarah Champion For Saying Pakistani Men ‘Rape, Exploit White Girls’?

Sarah Champion was reportedly forced out of the Labour shadow cabinet after writing a controversial piece for the Sun claiming authorities must examine possible cultural reasons why British Pakistani men are “raping and exploiting white girls.”

The MP for Rotherham apologized for “the extremely poor choice of words” and quit as shadow equalities minister on Wednesday.

Aug 18 14:03

Fracked Off? Level Of Britain’s Shale Gas Reserves Has Been ‘Hyped,’ Says Geology Professor

Britain was thought to have potentially “very large” reserves of shale gas for the fracking industry to extract. However, according to a geology professor, the supply has been grossly overestimated.

Aug 18 13:43

9/11 Survivors Blast May For Rejecting Request To Release Saudi Report

Survivors of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks have lambasted UK Prime Minister Theresa May for “shamefully” rejecting their request to publish a high-profile government report on Saudi Arabia’s funding of terror groups, which they say might hold some clues into the 9/11 as well.

Aug 18 11:58

Balfour’s shameful legacy: UK government must say sorry and protect Christian churches in Palestine

Stuart Littlewood asks UK minister David Mundell why the British government plans to celebrate the injustice it facilitated in Palestine through the Balfour Declaration and why it continues to support Israeli crimes.

Aug 17 20:08

Very few girls took computing A-level

A worrying statistic for the tech industry was revealed in freshly-released A-level data - only 9.8% of those completing a computing course were girls.

It comes amid a storm in Silicon Valley over the number of women employed in the tech industry.

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