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Just THREE PERCENT of BBC programme’s guests are ANTI EU, shocking report reveals

ONLY three per cent of guests invited to discuss the EU on the BBC’s Today programme are Eurosceptic, according to shocking new figures. An expert report by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) revealed that of the 4,200 guests invited…
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Secret tunnels used as factories by Nazis as they hid from Allied bombs during World War II opened as a museum

They were a last resort for the Nazis as emergency factory space to avoid Allied bombs towards the end of the Second World War. Now the public are able to explore the tunnels below Jakobsberg Hill near the town of…
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Aid worker warns us many migrants have ‘no intention of living under Christian law’

REFUGEES in Europe’s biggest migrant camps are routinely dishing out anti-Christian slurs to the kind-hearted volunteers who are supporting them, aid workers have told one newspaper. Migrants (parasites) take food and support from charity workers before insulting them in the…
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Burma heroine loses her cool with Today BBC’s Mishal: Suu Kyi’s anger that ‘no-one told me I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim’ after heated questioning on the BBC

She is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a beacon of saintly integrity in the West who remained under house arrest for 15 years in her native Burma. However, there is another side to Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi…
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Muslims with more than one wife will get EXTRA benefits under new reforms

IMMIGRANTS with many wives will actually get extra benefits under reforms to Britain’s welfare system. Polygamous marriages, largely confined to Muslim families, are recognised in Britain only if they took place in countries where they are legal. At present additional…
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Great-gran threatened with £1,000 BBC TV licence fine as she’d underpaid by 2p

Iris Jameson, 74, found herself struggling with her household bills after her husband, Kenneth, died last year A widowed great-gran received a final BBC TV licence demand and threat of £1,000 fine because she owed 2p. Frail Iris Jameson, 74,…
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The BBC makes it’s first payout to Jimmy Savile victim as former care home boy abused by DJ’s friend gets £15,000

The BBC has made the first payout of £15,000 to one of Jimmy Savile’s victims who was abused by the DJ’s friend, it has been reported. Victim, now 54, wrote to Savile in 1970s asking to meet Abba or Boney…
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