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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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Anger as Brussels bureaucrats splurge millions on pro-EU ‘propaganda’

BRUSSELS officials are splurging millions on pro-European Union “propaganda” in Britain and the US, it has been revealed. The European Commission is pumping public cash into think tanks and trade unions so they will write newspaper articles, hold seminars and…
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Greece on brink as country holds Referendum

GREEK voters go to the polls today to decide its future as the country faces exit from the eurozone and widespread social chaos. Greeks are voting on whether to accepts the terms of an international bailout, in a decision that…
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BBC announces plans to slash 1,000 jobs – many from highly paid managerial ranks – a bid to make up a £150m licence fee shortfall

The BBC is to cut up to 1,000 jobs, including many managerial roles, because of a £150million shortfall in its licence fee income. Staff were given details of the cuts by director general Tony Hall in a meeting at the…
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