ADOLF Hitler escaped by submarine to ARGENTINA where he lived in a heavily guarded ranch at the end of the Second World War suffering from asthma and ulcers, according to sensational claims contained in newly released FBI files.
An amazing cache of files shows that J Edgar Hoover’s FBI took claims of Hitler’s survival . . . → Read More: Is This Proof Hitler Fled To Argentina – Read These Classified FBI Files
The crumbling, foreboding Burwash Correctional Centre located in a remote part on Ontario, Canada, has been closed for nearly four decades, but it can still strike fear in the hearts of those few adventurers who dare enter its peeling corridors.
One such daredevil is photographer Milke Palmer, who visited the long-abandoned prison . . . → Read More: Haunting pictures Inside A Ghost Prison
MPs yesterday passed an historic vote to stop TV licence fee dodgers from going to jail.
Politicians from all three main parties agreed to strip the BBC of its powers to prosecute viewers in the criminal courts.
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It is a victory for campaigners who compared existing laws – which allow . . . → Read More: BBC stripped of powers to bring criminal prosecutions after agreement by three main parties
SkyDrive is now OneDrive: It’s largely the same as its predecessor, with a few new tricks and new mobile apps. Microsoft’s online backup and syncing service is the most flexible and all-encompassing of its ilk, with syncing and access apps not only for PCs, but also for Macs, Androids, iOS, and Windows Phones. It . . . → Read More: SkyDrive is now OneDrive & better than ever – Free Online Storage
Solicitors told how to draw up Sharia-style wills penalising widows and non-believers!
Under ground-breaking guidance, produced by The Law Society, High Street solicitors will be able to write Islamic wills
Islamic law (barbaric) is to be effectively enshrined in the British legal system for the first time under guidelines for solicitors on drawing . . . → Read More: Ethnic Cleansing: Islamic law is adopted by British legal chiefs
The 65-year-old hopes to purchase the broadcasting company with a team of fellow wealthy investors but has admitted he has “absolutely no idea” how much it would cost.
NO JOKE: Noel is serious about purchasing the Beeb with other wealthy investors
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The ex-BBC presenter insisted he was completely serious . . . → Read More: Noel wants to BUY the BBC
An Islamic teacher who sexually abused a young girl as he taught her the Koran has been spared prison after a court was told he is on benefits and his wife speaks ‘very little English‘.
Suleman Maknojioa, 40, repeatedly rubbed the 11-year-old’s leg and even reached underneath the long folds of her prayer headscarf . . . → Read More: Muslim sexually abused girl, 11, spared jail because his wife doesn’t speak English
Who votes Ukip? It’s a question psephologists have been trying to answer for years but Nigel Farage had a clear response on the Sunday Politics today: not just disaffected Conservatives. Based on research by Lord Ashcroft, Farage boasted that ’new Ukip’ — a party which is ‘a lot of more professional, a lot more . . . → Read More: Nigel Farage Talks About The EU & The Coming Election
THE growing popularity of Britain as a haven for economic migrants (parasites) has been exposed in figures showing the lives of almost 400,000 foreign-born residents are funded by the UK taxpayer.
Non-UK nationals claiming benefits increased from 288,720 in 2008 to 397,000 in 2013
New Home Office statistics reveal that 397,000 non-UK nationals . . . → Read More: British Taxpayers fund benefits for 400,000 immigrants
Gordon Ramsay is fooled by Ant & Dec
Gordon Ramsay subjected Ant and Dec to a foul-mouthed rant after the jokers pulled off one of their most ambitious pranks to date.
Ramsay, 47, was left duped by the pair who dressed as handymen flew to LA and caused havoc on the set . . . → Read More: Ant and Dec leave Gordon Ramsay fuming
Newsnight took a look back at the long-running satirical show Spitting Image on Tuesday ahead of a new Arena documentary on the importance of the programme in defining the public image of Britain’s politicians during the Eighties and Nineties.
Of course, the chat ended with Margaret Thatcher – her puppet at least – interrupting . . . → Read More: After Spitting Image Discussion – Thatcher Threatens To ‘Privatise’ Paxman
The UK is about to commit to the F-35 fighter project, a US-led effort to produce 3,000 aircraft which is set to cost more than £600bn globally.
The initial UK order for 14 F-35Bs will, with support costs added, cost about £2.5bn, we’ve has learned.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said the F-35B . . . → Read More: UK to spend £2.5bn on F-35 fighters