Russell Brand caused outrage today after he admitted being ‘open-minded’ about whether the United States was behind the 9/11 attacks and asked: ‘Do you trust the American government?’
The comedian, 39, told BBC’s Newsnight he believes there is an ‘interesting’ relationship between the families of former US president George Bush and Al Qaeda leader . . . → Read More: Russell Brand is open minded about conspiracy theories surrounding 9/11 Muslim terror attacks
……….Labour leader warns move could create two classes of MP and ‘drive our country apart’
Miliband says he is open to English-only ‘scrutiny’ of law but not vetoes. Refused to back English votes for English laws after being asked 13 times Miliband claims move was drawn up on back of a ‘fag packet’ by . . . → Read More: Labour Leader refuses to back English home rule 13 times!
With its walls left to crumble, and ivy winding its way through grandiose halls and staircases, it’s easy to imagine how Overstone Hall might have fallen into disrepair because of a lack of funds for its upkeep.
However, the Northamptonshire stately home’s troubles run far deeper than that.
Right from its . . . → Read More: Overgrown and falling apart, 114-room dream mansion that husband HATED & nobody still wants at just £1million
White British children will be outnumbered in state school classrooms in England within 23 years, research reveals.
Population trends since 2004 have seen ethnic minorities soar by 61 per cent in primary and secondary schools as the number of white Britons dropped by 12 per cent.
. . . → Read More: Native British pupils will be outnumbered in English state schools by 2037
I’ve been using GiffGaff for a while now and have talked about the longer term experience here. There have been some major changes.
We’ve been using GiffGaff for a couple of months now and I’ve enjoyed the whole experience so here is our GiffGaff review:
They are an online only network that are . . . → Read More: Is Giffgaff The Best Network?
For the 55,000 brave aircrew who lost their lives in the Second World War, it would have been their final view of England, soaring high above the North Lincolnshire countryside.
In tribute, one of the world’s last two airworthy Lancasters takes the same route over Bomber Country – where some 389,000 sorties were flown . . . → Read More: One of the last two flying Lancasters pays tribute to the 55,000 Bomber Boys who never returned
A THIRD of the 2.4 million jobs being advertised on a European Commision website are based in Britain.
Despite 2.3 million unemployed in the UK, Britain topped Europe job vacancies list
Last night there were 778,804 British situations vacant on the “Eures” site – more than in any other country in the European . . . → Read More: 780,000 UK jobs touted to Europeans – A third of all the jobs!
Could the brutal murders attributed to Jack the Ripper have been committed by a woman charity worker in a perverse bid to bring the harrowing conditions in the East End into the light?
This is the theory put forward in a new novel about the Victorian serial killer, whose elusive identity has occupied criminologists . . . → Read More: Was Jack the Ripper a WOMAN?
British taxpayers are picking up a £65million bill to fund translation services for foreigners
Police, courts, local councils and the Department for Work and Pensions are all forking out.
A whopping £40m is being splashed in the justice system, with town halls spending £20m and the DWP £5m a year.
Across England and . . . → Read More: Interpreters cost taxpayers £65 MILLION
CHILD abuse crimes committed by senior public figures were almost certainly kept quiet in a “big political cover up”, a former Tory Cabinet minister suggested today
In an explosive intervention into the row about historic paedophile allegations, Lord Tebbit claimed the instinct of members of the Westminster establishment in the 1980s was . . . → Read More: Lord Tebbit: ‘Big political cover up’ over child abuse by senior figures