Unelected Muslim Baroness Warsi gave official roles to fellow Muslims with links to Islamist groups

The Muslim abusing her position and trying to preach to everyone that Islam is peaceful, yea right

Another Muslim that was made Peer because she couldn’t get elected!

The Muslim abusing her position and trying to preach to everyone that Islam is peaceful, yea right

Entryism, the favourite tactic of the 1980s’ Militant Tendency, is when a political party or institution is infiltrated by groups with a radically different agenda. . . . → Read More: Unelected Muslim Baroness Warsi gave official roles to fellow Muslims with links to Islamist groups

Miliband’s £63,000 travel bill… every month! Cost of chauffeuring him around

Ed Miliband is acquiring an unwanted reputation to match that of Prince ‘Airmiles’ Andrew for the high cost of his travel arrangements.

New figures show that last year his taxpayer-funded bill including being chauffeur-driven around the country — while he tried to drum up support for his fading leadership — amounted to £757,000.

That . . . → Read More: Miliband’s £63,000 travel bill… every month! Cost of chauffeuring him around

Former Ukip MEP suspended from party – before defecting to the Conservatives

Amjad Bashir has defected to the Conservatives

Amjad Bashir, MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, was suspended from Ukip following allegations including “unanswered financial and employment questions”.

A Ukip spokesman said evidence obtained by the party in its investigations had been forwarded to the police.

The spokesman said: “The UK Independence Party has . . . → Read More: Former Ukip MEP suspended from party – before defecting to the Conservatives

Brussels burns as over 100,000 protesters fight with police during march against EU austerity measures

Violence broke out on the streets of Brussels today as more than 100,000 people marched against EU-enforced austerity.

Water cannons and tear gas were used in the centre of the Belgian capital as riot police tried to bring the situation under control.

Fighting broke out soon after the end of a largely peaceful march . . . → Read More: Brussels burns as over 100,000 protesters fight with police during march against EU austerity measures

Russell Brand is open minded about conspiracy theories surrounding 9/11 Muslim terror attacks

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 refuses to back English home rule 13 times!

……….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!

780,000 UK jobs touted to Europeans – A third of all the jobs!

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!

Interpreters cost taxpayers £65 MILLION

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