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BBC’s Evan Davis criticises Hungarian minister for saying London is ‘NO-GO’ zone due to migrants

HUNGARY’S foreign minister has defended a leaflet delivered to voters in the Central European nation saying there are “no-go zones” in the United Kingdom, which non-migrants cannot enter. Newsnight presenter Evan Davies slammed Peter Szijjarto, accusing his government of promoting…
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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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Poll: Would you be willing to pay more for the BBC?

BBC director-general Tony Hall has signalled viewers will have to pay more should a subscription model replace the licence fee. The crossbench peer said everybody paying something results in producing “great services for a lot less” than if a subscription…
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Lord Tebbit: ‘Big political cover up’ over child abuse by senior figures

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…
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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…
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Fracking Opponents Gear Up For A Fight

Environmental campaigners in areas where the extraction of shale gas is proposed say they will not be bought off by ‘sweeteners’. Environmental campaigners say they will do everything within their power to stop the expansion of fracking in their communities….
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Lib-Lab-Con: How the Left’s grip on Britain is tightening, with ever more control over key public

How the Left’s grip on Britain is tightening, with ever more control over key public bodies since David Cameron came to power Voters in the Yorkshire seaside town of Redcar may have felt a stab of deja vu in recent…
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Foreigners to be offered free treatment for HIV on the NHS

Foreigners are to be offered free treatment for HIV on the NHS for the first time under controversial plans backed by ministers. Those from abroad, including failed asylum seekers (Who travel through [u]safe[/u] countries to get here!), students and tourists…
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