Monthly Archive: August 2011

Muslims Can’t Help But Look For Trouble, This Time In A Theme Park

Mass brawl at theme park after Muslim women are banned from going on rides unless they remove their head scarves God forbid they’re forced to follow the health and safety laws like everyone else. A theme park was forced to…
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Scots each get £1,600 more state cash a year spent on them than the English

Already knew this but here you go. The English taxpayer gets less than Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland per-person yet guess where the money comes from…….. The gulf in state spending between Scotland and England has hit a record £1,600…
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One pranged sub, a crashed warhead, helmets gifted to Africa, and a £1.7m legal battle over furniture: How the hard-up MOD wasted £110m of our money

Ministry of Defence chiefs wasted £110million of pounds of taxpayers’ money last year – including £1.7million in a legal row over furniture and £1million repairing damage after a warhead crashed. The details emerged deep in the MoD’s accounts submitted to…
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New Series – Red Dwarf Craig’s costume change

RED Dwarf star Craig Charles said the cast’s costumes have had to be altered to allow for their middle-aged spread. Scouser Craig, 47, is taking a break from his role as Corrie cabbie Lloyd Mullaney to film the cult comedy’s…
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UK AID PENPUSHERS SQUANDER £264M ON CURRENCY GAMBLES

BRITAIN’S bloated Department for International Development has squandered hundreds of millions of pounds by making reckless bets on the foreign exchange markets. It lost £31million of frontline aid earmarked for the world’s poorest countries (You know the ones that spend…
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Human Rights Act is GOOD for us, insists idiot Clegg in direct challenge to Cameron

Britain should ‘never abandon’ Labour’s controversial Human Rights Act, Nick Clegg declared yesterday. The Deputy Prime Minister sparked a furious Coalition row by claiming it was a ‘myth’ that the legislation had damaged Britain. His remarks suggest he will veto…
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