Once A Terrorist Always A Terrorist – Why Did Labour Want Him Returned?

He was freed following intense lobbying by Tony Blair’s Labour government. At the time of his release, the then home secretary David Blunkett said: “No-one who is returned…will actually be a threat to the security of the British people.” Read Story

UK Housing Shortage Unlikely to be Resolved Anytime Soon

Figures suggest that the number of social houses built by non-profit making housing associations has barely increased since 1975 and failed to fill the gap caused by the withdrawal of local authorities from the social housing supply chain. Read Story

The Speaker of the House of Commons Must Resign And Equally Biased BBC Must Be Scrapped

When John Bercow made his declaration of obedience to the New World Order of Marxists by condemning the President of the United States of America, totally unjustly I may add, he broke with centuries of tradition that is part of one of the cornerstones of our democracy. Read Story

114 MPs voted against the will of the British People (triggering Article 50) 

MPs have voted by a majority of 384 to allow Prime Minister Theresa May to get Brexit negotiations under way.
They backed the government’s European Union Bill, supported by the Labour leadership, by 498 votes to 114. Longstanding Europhile Ken Clarke was the only Conservative MP to vote against triggering Article 50. Read Story

The Banning of National Action

If National Action has indeed endorsed the despicable murder of Jo Cox MP, it deserves to be proscribed, making membership a criminal offence. A slogan: “Death to traitors; freedom for Britain,” we are told, appears on National Action’s website and the same words are said to have been used by Mrs. Cox’s murderer Read Story

Brexit – Will The Decision Of The People Be Respected By Parliament and The Courts?

Hilary Benn, the Labour MP who strongly backed Remain has warned Brexiteers that he now holds the power to dictate the conditions on which Britain will leave the EU.
Mr Benn, who leads the Parliament’s Brexit Committee, told Sky News that the single market will be a priority amid fears that desperate Remain MPs will water down the terms of Brexit.
Following this week’s controversial High Court Brexit ruling, Parliament now holds the power to activate Article 50 – the formal start of Brexit negotiations.  Read Story