A haunting clip of tragic actor Paul Walker promising there would be ‘just one more’ funeral in the next Fast & Furious film was leaked online just three days before he died in a horrific car crash, it has emerged.
In the teaser scene, from Fast & Furious 7 but released as an extra . . . → Read More: Haunting lines spoken by Paul Walker and co-star in Fast & Furious clip leaked days before he died in fiery car crash in friend’s Porsche Carrera
Son who was supposed to go to Glasgow helicopter crash pub with his father fears his parent is dead after witnesses say the police chopper came down where the 59-year-old was sitting
A man has told how he fears his father may have been killed when a police helicopter crashed into a packed Glasgow . . . → Read More: Glasgow helicopter crashes into pub
Seasick sufferers look away now. A Florida-based firm has designed a floating city called Freedom Ship that would spend its entire time at sea.
The vessel is a mile long, 25-storeys-high and has enough room for 50,000 permanent residents.
It features schools, hospitals, art galleries, shops, parks, an aquarium, casino and even an art . . . → Read More: The mile-long floating CITY – complete with schools, a hospital, parks and an airport
Speaking in a loud voice, the bearded man in traditional Pakistani garb gave a short speech, which was greeted with enthusiastic applause.
He was addressing a meeting in the community centre of Page Hall, a shabby grid of terrace streets in Sheffield, and giving voice to what many in the audience had long thought . . . → Read More: Fear, loathing and prejudice – Former Secretary warns of race riots over the Roma influx in Sheffield
New aid storm over project that’s even ridiculed in African country
UK taxpayers have picked up a £4million bill to fund Ethiopia’s own Spice Girls.
Yegna, a five-strong group, have launched a radio show and released a string of videos that aim to empower women in the African country.
But even Ethiopian critics of . . . → Read More: How you pay £4m to fund the Ethiopian Spice Girls thanks to ‘aid’
A FRENCH politician has slammed Britain’s “grotesque and hypocritical” immigration policies for leaving Calais overrun with migrants.
The port’s deputy mayor Philippe Mignonet said a combination of failure to clampdown on illegal workers, a soft asylum system and the welfare state meant hordes of people were trying to reach the UK via . . . → Read More: Britain is a paradise for poor migrants, say angry French
The mayor of two Romanian villages has claimed that up to half of their residents will move to the UK when restrictions are lifted in January.
Koller Gabriel-Adrian said he believed ‘50 per cent’ of the 1,100 people in poverty-stricken Berini and Uliuc could travel to Britain in search of higher salaries – and . . . → Read More: Romanian mayor says half the population of his villages are on their way to Britain for the higher salaries and generous benefits
PARTS of Britain’s once glorious seaside towns are becoming “third world township ghettoes” largely because of mass immigration and the Government must act now to stem the expected tide of poverty stricken Bulgarians and Romanians from January, a top council leader warned.
CHEZ MIGRANT: A large camp has been set up
Tory Paul . . . → Read More: Flood of immigrants make ‘township ghettos’ out of Britain’s seasides
INDIA launched its first Mars-bound spacecraft today at a cost of £45million – while the UK still gives the country more than six times that figure in aid each year.
The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C25) rocket lifts off carrying India’s Mars spacecraft
The Asian country, which has widespread poverty, has spent more . . . → Read More: India sends a Rocket to Mars after UK gives £280million in aid
Immigrants from outside Europe have taken £100billion more in benefits and services than they paid back in taxes, a major study revealed yesterday.
Over a 16-year period, the bill to the taxpayer of providing them with welfare, health and education was 14 per cent higher than the money they put in the national purse.
. . . → Read More: How immigrants from outside Europe leave a £100billion hole in the public purse