Manchester attack could lead Theresa May’s government to launch huge internet crackdown

Manchester attack could lead Theresa May’s government to launch huge internet crackdown:

There been no suggestion that weakened security would have stopped the deadly attack in Manchester

The government may use the deadly attack in Manchester to launch a crackdown on internet securities.

Government officials appear to have briefed newspapers that they will put many of the most invasive parts of the relatively new Investigatory Powers Act into effect after the bombing at Manchester Arena.

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UK Column News (24th May 2017 – Video) – Manchester Bomb Hoax Falls Apart (Videos)

H/t reader squodgy:

“Nobody had a cell phone, no security camera footage. This looks to be
a very ham fisted cock up of a false flag. Come on public, wake up!
The only thing missing at this stage is the israeli Mossad connection, but you can bet it will be there.”

… CIA, the Mossad, MI5, MI6, Gladio…. the usual suspects.

The Mossad and the CIA have created and are running ISIS:

Related info:

America Created Al-Qaeda and the ISIS Terror Group

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Middle-class pensioners to lose benefits under Tory plan to fund social care

Middle-class pensioners to lose benefits under Tory plan to fund social care:

Middle-class pensioners are to lose benefits under Conservative plans to fund social care, Theresa May will announce on Thursday.

The Conservative manifesto will set out plans to begin means-testing winter fuel payments and to charge more people who currently receive free care in their own home.

The money saved from means-testing the annual heating handout, worth up to £300, will be used to help close the £2.8 billion social care funding gap.

The Conservatives will also pass legislation to ensure nobody has to sell their home to pay for their care during their lifetime, and new rules will allow pensioners needing nursing home treatment to keep more of their assets.

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Theresa May calls for snap UK general election June 8 – Did Theresa May time her snap election to limit the damage of an expenses scandal? – UK snap election: ‘Putting hardline Tory ‘Brexiteers’ back in their box’

Theresa May calls for snap UK general election June 8

Did Theresa May time her snap election to limit the damage of an expenses scandal?

UK snap election: ‘Putting hardline Tory ‘Brexiteers’ back in their box’

 

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Theresa May says EU migrants could still freely come to UK during post-Brexit ‘adjustment’ period – #MigrantCrisis

Theresa May says EU migrants could still freely come to UK during post-Brexit ‘adjustment’ period:

Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that EU migrants could continue flowing into the UK for years – even after Britain leaves the European Union in 2019.

May said free movement may linger in the first couple of years after Brexit, as businesses and governments will need time to adjust while the final deal with the EU is implemented.

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UK Column News – 29th March 2017: BREXIT … We’re Out! … NOT! (Video)

H/t reader S.M.:

“It’s all just a charade, lies, disinfo & bullshit.
The powers that be who own the Government (banks & royalty) will not accept the will of the majority.
That’s REAL democracy.
We will be relegated to a satellite member, controlled by EU Parliament.
Policed by Europe, Armed by Europe & we still won’t get our fishing rights back.”

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In Blow To Theresa May, UK Supreme Court Rules Parliament Must Vote Before Brexit Can Start

In Blow To Theresa May, UK Supreme Court Rules Parliament Must Vote Before Brexit Can Start:

In a blow to Theresa May’s ambitions to implement a “clean Brexit”, on Tuesday morning UK’s Supreme Court ruled the UK Prime Minister can’t start the Brexit process without approval from Parliament, a decision that could potentially complicate her path toward a clear break from the European Union. Eight justices voted against the government and three voted in favor of it, in a decision that was widely expected.

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Theresa May: Home Office Could Have Covered Up Paedophile Claims

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H/t reader squodgy:

“Rotten, just rotten to the core.

Should all be castrated with no anaesthetic, and with a rusty knife.

She was in charge of the Home Office for six years. She knew all along.

Bloody hypocrisy, she was part of the cover up. And still is.”


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Theresa May: Home Office could have covered up paedophile claims:

Home Secretary triggers further inquiries after report by Peter Wanless fails to ‘prove or disprove’ whether Home Office covered up historic child sex abuse allegations

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has admitted the Home Office could have covered up paedophile allegations in the Eighties, as she was forced to launch another new inquiry into the claims.

But she was immediately contradicted by David Cameron, the Prime Minister, who said a review showed there “wasn’t a cover up”.

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Britain Passes The “Snooper Charter” Ending All Privacy – Edward Snowden: “The UK has just legalized the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy. It goes farther than many autocracies.”


Britain Passes The “Snooper Charter” Ending All Privacy:

Submitted by Martin Armstrong via ArmstrongEconomics.com,

Britain has passed what everyone calls the “snooper’s charter” otherwise known as the Investigatory Powers Bill.

This new legislation establishes the legal framework authorizing the government to hack into devices, networks and services in bulk and to create vast databases of personal information on all UK citizens. This is a preliminary step for a movement to impose worldwide taxation on Brits.

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Donald Trump’s snub to Theresa May is a huge embarrassment. She must spare no effort to save the Special Relationship

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Donald Trump’s snub to Theresa May is a huge embarrassment. She must spare no effort to save the Special Relationship:

Now this really is embarrassing. It has almost become an established principle that the first act a newly-elected American president undertakes after winning the election contest is to touch base with Downing Street.

From Harry Truman, who was given a post-War tutorial in global diplomacy by Winston Churchill, through to Barack Obama, making contact with the British Prime Minister is regarded as an essential gesture to ensure the historic relationship between Washington and London remains on an even footing.

So the revelation that Donald J. Trump phoned nine world leaders – including a ten-minute conversation with the Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny – without even thinking to call Theresa May is worrying, to say the least.

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Nigel Farage causes controversy describing Barack Obama as a ‘loathsome creature’ – and warns Donald Trump not to ‘touch’ Theresa May

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H/t reader squodgy:

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Nigel Farage causes controversy describing Barack Obama as a ‘loathsome creature’ – and warns Donald Trump not to ‘touch’ Theresa May:

Nigel Farage has described Barack Obama as a “creature” and joked about warning Donald Trump not to “touch” Theresa May.

The interim Ukip leader said the current US President was a “loathsome individual who couldn’t stand our country.”

Mr Farage also suggested he could act as a middle man between the next Republican President and the British Prime Minister, as he called on Mr Trump to try and “schmooze” her.

 Speaking on talkRADIO , he said: “I’m now going to become a diplomat. Come and schmooze Theresa – don’t touch her, for goodness sake.”

The radio programme’s presenters said: “Only in an affectionate way – like Bush did to the Queen.” To which Mr Farage replied: “I could be there as the responsible adult to make sure everything is OK.”

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“The People Made Their Choice” – Theresa May Vows To Deliver “Full” EU Exit Despite Court Challenge

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“The People Made Their Choice” – Theresa May Vows To Deliver “Full” EU Exit Despite Court Challenge:

In the aftermath of last week’s surprising decision by a UK High Court to force a parliamentary vote on Article 50, a hard – or even soft – Brexit suddenly has been put in question, having thrown the government’s plans to launch a two-year divorce process by the end of March into disarray, and sending the Pound soaring. So in her first public statement since the vote, British Prime Minister Theresa May, writing in the Sunday Telegraph, said she is confident of overturning the ruling and vowed that she would deliver a full exit from the European Union, hitting back at critics of her Brexit strategy who have threatened to try to block the process in parliament.

In her op-ed, May signaled she would resist any attempt to force her to change her approach to leaving the EU:

The people made their choice, and did so decisively. It is the responsibility of the government to get on with the job and to carry out their instruction in full,May wrote. She said members of parliament who regretted the referendum result “need to accept what the people decided”.

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Theresa May Wants Intelligence Agencies To Spy On Migrant Smuggling Routes

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Theresa May Wants Intelligence Agencies To Spy On Migrant Smuggling Routes:

British Prime Minister Theresa May has asked spy chiefs to help tackle illegal immigration into the UK as Europe’s migrant crisis rumbles on for a second year.

Mrs May has asked the heads of intelligence agencies MI5, MI6 and GCHQ to spy on people smuggling gangs in order to find evidence that could secure convictions.

Speaking in New York, the Prime Minister said the world was experiencing unprecedented levels of migration and called for people smuggling and modern slavery to be raised to the same level of concern as terrorism and serious organised crime.

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