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BREAKING: Donald Trump calls NICOLA STURGEON to discuss Scotland and US relationship

9 Dec

The Scottish Government described the phone call as a “brief introductory conversation”. “The First Minister offered her congratulations and, reflecting on the letter she sent him following the election, expressed her belief in the values Scotland and the United States share,” it said in a statement. “The First Minister and the President Elect also discussed […]

Geert Wilders GUILTY of hate crimes against Moroccans after anti-migrant rally in Holland

9 Dec

The politician, who leads several polls ahead of March elections,  denied any wrongdoing. He told the judges his remarks were not a call to genocide as had never advocated violence but rather a reference to his official party platform and manifesto which calls for a ban on immigration, expelling Moroccans with dual nationality who commit crimes […]

New asylum surge on way: Millions will be spent providing housing, says Home Office

9 Dec

It comes as figures showed the number of applications, including dependents, increased by a third to 41,563 in March, the highest level since 2004.  Senior Tory backbench MP David Davies said: “Clearly there is an expectation we are going to see further increases in asylum claims.  My view is the vast majority who are coming […]

Remoaner exposed as a benefit cheat stealing £69,000 of taxpayers’ money

8 Dec

In 2014 Raymond McCord, 62, was found guilty of cheating the taxpayer out of £69,000 in incapacity and housing benefits. Now McCord, who was handed an 18-month suspended jail sentence for his crime, is one of the people challenging Brexit in the courts. McCord failed to stop the Brexit process in the High Court in […]

BREAKING: EU chiefs grant 50 MILLION Ukrainians and Georgians visa-free travel to bloc

8 Dec

The European Parliament and the European Council gave the thumbs up late last night to grant visa-free travel to the two countries on the edge of the bloc, ending an internal EU dispute. Some EU leaders had felt Brussels was reneging on pledges to ex-Soviet states it has promised to help as they try to move […]

EXPOSED: Commercial flights used to deport THOUSANDS of failed asylum seekers EVERY YEAR

8 Dec

She said: “I was getting my reading out for the flight when he suddenly started screaming and kicking the back of the chair in the row right behind me. I looked around to see him being pulled back down by the two other men. They hadn’t at this point handcuffed him and I didn’t clock […]

BREAKING NEWS: Remoaner plot CRUSHED as MPs vote to APPROVE triggering of Article 50

7 Dec

A Government amendment to a Labour motion, which binds MPs to respect the prime minister’s Brexit timetable in return for a greater role in the negotiations, passed by 461 votes to 89.   The amendment states that parliament “calls on the Government to invoke Article 50 by 31 March 2017”  – effectively ending any Remoaner […]

ARTICLE 50 BREXIT JUDGEMENT LIVE: Gina Miller’s lawyers blast Gov in Supreme Court

7 Dec

11.20am UPDATE: BREXIT BITES BACK Lord David Neuberger of Abbotsbury finally pins down Pannick. He is holding him to task on one of the key issues surrounding this case and, indeed, the point it may hinge on. Was Parliament not handing over its rights to make decisions or influence Government action by holding a referendum? […]

Brexit Day! Historic moment as MPs to vote on EU exit TODAY after May challenges remoaners

7 Dec

Tory backbencher Peter Bone agreed with Mr Longworth, who is co-chairman of Leave Means Leave. He said: “The Government should be congratulated on taking this big step. “If it is accepted then Parliament will have spoken and will have agreed to trigger article 50. It will be virtually impossible to go back on that.” Brexit […]

WIPED OUT: Jubilant scenes as troops confirm TOTAL DEFEAT of ISIS in Libya

6 Dec

The long and bloody campaign to take back Sirte and other territory seized by ISIS went on for seven months and united troops in the fractured country.  ISIS has suffered a series of catastrophic setbacks over the last six months, losing swathes of ground not only in Libya but also in its heartlands of Syria […]