New research shows twice as many EU immigrants are claiming unemployment benefits in the UK then vice versa

Around 30,000 Brits are claiming unemployment benefits abroad, research finds – far less than 65,000 EU citizens doing so in UK.

Since immigration restrictions were lifted, the number of Romanian beggars has nearly trippled

More than twice as many European Union immigrants are claiming unemployment benefits in Britain than vice versa, new figures . . . → Read More: New research shows twice as many EU immigrants are claiming unemployment benefits in the UK then vice versa

Woman spent 10 minutes trying to find her cat in the same room as her – Can you spot it?

Cats are among the stealthiest of animals, as one woman, Ms Wallace, discovered while madly searching the house for her pet, Clancy.

Cats are never around when you want them most.

They’re often out prowling and hunting and climbing, and seldom come when you call.

But sometimes they right in front of your . . . → Read More: Woman spent 10 minutes trying to find her cat in the same room as her – Can you spot it?

Vast Nazi underground complex discovered

A labyrinth of secret underground tunnels believed to have been used by the Nazis to develop a nuclear bomb has been uncovered.

The facility, which covers an area of up to 75 acres, was discovered near the town of St Georgen an der Gusen, Austria last week, it has been reported.

Excavations began on . . . → Read More: Vast Nazi underground complex discovered

Ethnic Cleansing: Islamic law is adopted by British legal chiefs

Solicitors told how to draw up Sharia-style wills penalising widows and non-believers!

Under ground-breaking guidance, produced by The Law Society, High Street solicitors will be able to write Islamic wills

Islamic law (barbaric) is to be effectively enshrined in the British legal system for the first time under guidelines for solicitors on drawing . . . → Read More: Ethnic Cleansing: Islamic law is adopted by British legal chiefs

An answer to the BBC licence fee: don’t pay it!

These days, with DVDs and the internet, there’s not a huge need for television

Viewers can watch BBC programmes for nothing on iPlayer, so long as they steer clear of live viewing, for which a licence is required

In a recent Spectator column, Charles Moore referred to the BBC licence fee as “the . . . → Read More: An answer to the BBC licence fee: don’t pay it!

Friends star and Mail writer go head-to-head on Newsnight in heated row over drugs

Friends star Matthew Perry was involved in a heated TV debate last night in which he claimed that questioning drug addiction is ‘as ludicrous as saying Peter Pan is real’.

The American actor, who has battled drink and drug abuse, appeared on BBC’s Newsnight to argue in favour of specialist courts where former addicts . . . → Read More: Friends star and Mail writer go head-to-head on Newsnight in heated row over drugs

BBC Question Time Pushing Climate Bull

Here once again we see the BBC being used to push the climate crap where idiots claim scientists say it exists but completely forget to mention the scientists that say it doesn’t. They also forget to mention the last ice-age isn’t actually over which means the earth is still reverting to the . . . → Read More: BBC Question Time Pushing Climate Bull

Warning about shopping with DHGate and seller ecbuy

I recently bought a Notebook from these people but then I noticed images weren’t rendering while using the internet. I also noticed that even though I ordered one with 4GB it came with 32 bit Windows 7 which only supports 3GB!

Now I tried formatting the hard drive and reinstalling the operating system to . . . → Read More: Warning about shopping with DHGate and seller ecbuy

Photographer colours black and white pictures of world’s most famous ship with extraordinary results

It is the most famous ship in the world and the tale of its doomed maiden voyage has spawned countless books, blogs and one of the most lucrative films in history.

But a unique project to colour original black and white images has shown The Titanic in a different light.

Russian photo editor Anton . . . → Read More: Photographer colours black and white pictures of world’s most famous ship with extraordinary results

Could £300,000 Lamborghini Aventador face the crusher?

The sports car, valued at around £300,000, could be sent to the crusher after it was seized by police

Sleek, expensive and undoubtedly the apple of its owner’s eye.

But this sports car, valued at around £300,000, could be smashed to smithereeens as it could be sent to the crusher after it was . . . → Read More: Could £300,000 Lamborghini Aventador face the crusher?

Are You Naive Enough To Believe David Cameron On The EU Referendum?

Well lets help you with that. In an interview with a Spanish newspaper this April he was asked  (Apologies for the translation),

Question.  In case of a victory of the Yes in the referendum which intends to organize on the departure of the EU, would you be willing to withdraw from the Union?

Answer.  . . . → Read More: Are You Naive Enough To Believe David Cameron On The EU Referendum?

Is this Bigfoot?

Hairy 6ft beast shot in the 1960s and kept in a Minnesota freezer to go on display in Texas

Decades after mysteriously disappearing, ‘The Iceman Cometh’ again.

The infamous ‘Minnesota Iceman’ will be exhibited at Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas, starting next week after touring at fairgrounds and malls across the country . . . → Read More: Is this Bigfoot?