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!
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
CHILD abuse crimes committed by senior public figures were almost certainly kept quiet in a “big political cover up”, a former Tory Cabinet minister suggested today
In an explosive intervention into the row about historic paedophile allegations, Lord Tebbit claimed the instinct of members of the Westminster establishment in the 1980s was . . . → Read More: Lord Tebbit: ‘Big political cover up’ over child abuse by senior figures
Over three million Albanians could be free to move over to Britain after David Cameron backed plans for the country to join the European Union.
Government would back Albania’s plans to ente
Despite Cameron previously saying he didn’t want poorer nations to join the EU, Government sources have confirmed Britain would back Albania’s . . . → Read More: Albanians will be on their way to Britain next as David Cameron to agree EU move
THE number of children in Britain who do not have English as their mother tongue has rocketed to more than a million.
Spot the English children in this English school
Official figures show as many as 1.1 million pupils have a different first language – up by one third in the past five . . . → Read More: English not the first language for ONE MILLION children, shocking figures have shown
The sign in the Brussels office foyer perfectly summed up the farce. ‘The European External Action Service will be on strike this Wednesday until 5.30pm, before the summer party. If you are coming from Luxembourg, you can claim a travel allowance.’
Those words, posted by a union official during a dispute last June — . . . → Read More: Before voting read this jaw dropping expose of how the Brussels elite gorge on your money
Parts of Britain are now poorer than Poland, Lithuania and Hungary, official figures reveal.
People in the Welsh Valleys and Cornwall – Britain’s two poorest areas – scrape by on less than £14,300 a year on average.
Because Britain is so expensive, this leaves families in these areas worse off than those vast swathes . . . → Read More: Parts of Britain are now poorer than POLAND with families in Wales and Cornwall among Europe’s worst off
Who votes Ukip? It’s a question psephologists have been trying to answer for years but Nigel Farage had a clear response on the Sunday Politics today: not just disaffected Conservatives. Based on research by Lord Ashcroft, Farage boasted that ’new Ukip’ — a party which is ‘a lot of more professional, a lot more . . . → Read More: Nigel Farage Talks About The EU & The Coming Election
THE growing popularity of Britain as a haven for economic migrants (parasites) has been exposed in figures showing the lives of almost 400,000 foreign-born residents are funded by the UK taxpayer.
Non-UK nationals claiming benefits increased from 288,720 in 2008 to 397,000 in 2013
New Home Office statistics reveal that 397,000 non-UK nationals . . . → Read More: British Taxpayers fund benefits for 400,000 immigrants
Newsnight took a look back at the long-running satirical show Spitting Image on Tuesday ahead of a new Arena documentary on the importance of the programme in defining the public image of Britain’s politicians during the Eighties and Nineties.
Of course, the chat ended with Margaret Thatcher – her puppet at least – interrupting . . . → Read More: After Spitting Image Discussion – Thatcher Threatens To ‘Privatise’ Paxman
Corruption is a problem for almost half the companies doing business in Europe, a survey by the European Commission said on Monday, and an increasing number of European Union citizens think it is getting worse.
The report places the EU, often portrayed as one of the globe’s cleanest regions, in an unflattering light. Among . . . → Read More: Corruption costs EU economy £100BILLION a year and Greece and China are among the worst offenders