Nigel Farage Talks About The EU & The Coming Election

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

British Taxpayers fund benefits for 400,000 immigrants

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

After Spitting Image Discussion – Thatcher Threatens To ‘Privatise’ Paxman

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 costs EU economy £100BILLION a year and Greece and China are among the worst offenders

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

British taxpayers funding a ‘Marxist’ manifesto for European superstate

British taxpayers have unwittingly funded a controversial new manifesto for the European Union which demands increased rights for illegal immigrants and a universal income for the unemployed – whether or not they seek work.

The 145-page manifesto also calls for a ban on fracking and greater powers for Brussels.

The document will be distributed . . . → Read More: British taxpayers funding a ‘Marxist’ manifesto for European superstate

How you pay £4m to fund the Ethiopian Spice Girls thanks to ‘aid’

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’

UK bill seeks to criminalize children’s ‘nuisance’

The UK government is moving towards passing legislation which could criminalize behavior deemed capable of causing a “nuisance or annoyance.” The bill has already passed through its second hearing in the House of Lords and looks set to become law.

The Anti-Social Behavior, Crime and Policing Bill will grant powers to police, . . . → Read More: UK bill seeks to criminalize children’s ‘nuisance’

Auditors refuse to sign off EU accounts for 19th year in a row

……….and reveal rate of unexplained spending is up 23%… with UK liable for £800m.

Misspending and wasting money in the EU is getting worse, according to the latest annual report by auditors who have again refused to sign off the accounts.

The report reveals the amount of unexplained spending has risen and the books . . . → Read More: Auditors refuse to sign off EU accounts for 19th year in a row

How immigrants from outside Europe leave a £100billion hole in the public purse

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

Russell Brand and how the BBC’s become the Guardian’s TV lapdog

BBC2’s Newsnight this week gave an extraordinary platform to comic Russell Brand to promote his guest editorship of the New Statesman, during which he called for revolution in Britain.

While most viewers would have been as bemused as interviewer Jeremy Paxman, perhaps we should not be so surprised the former Guardian . . . → Read More: Russell Brand and how the BBC’s become the Guardian’s TV lapdog

1 in 10 dole claimants is from outside the UK as Cameron moves to limit access to benefits for foreigner parasites

142,300 foreign nationals claiming Jobseekers Allowance, figures show David Cameron under pressure to curb benefits for foreigners (Parasites) Poland tops league table followed by Pakistan, Somalia and Iran Cabinet briefed on EU red tape, which is holding back business

Almost one in 10 people claiming the dole is not British, latest figures reveal.

. . . → Read More: 1 in 10 dole claimants is from outside the UK as Cameron moves to limit access to benefits for foreigner parasites

Britons want something doing about out of control immigration

The Home Secretary says the Government understands people’s concerns after a News poll shows a desire for tougher rules.

The Home Secretary has insisted the Government is tackling immigration after a news poll revealed a demand for “drastic action”.

Theresa May told one news channel steps were already being taken to tighten . . . → Read More: Britons want something doing about out of control immigration