Mar 29

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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Mar 20

Theresa May Will Trigger Article 50 On March 29, Starting Brexit Process

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Feb 17

‘Lie-Lie Land’: Trump, Theresa trolled in viral UK street art (PHOTO)

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Jan 24

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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Jan 15

FYI.


Theresa May To Call For “Clean And Hard Brexit” As UK Warns Of “Market Correction”

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Nov 22

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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”. Continue reading »

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Nov 19

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. Continue reading »

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Nov 14

Theresa May facing Cabinet backlash over refusal to deal with Nigel Farage despite his links to Donald Trump:

H/t  reader squodgy:

“Cringeworthy.”

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Nov 10

FYI.


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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Nov 10

FYI.

H/t reader squodgy:

“No comment necessary.”


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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Nov 06

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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”. Continue reading »

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Oct 02

H/t reader squodgy:

“Now this is a surprise. But it cannot be done without the approval of the German Queen and her Rothschild Banksters.”


Brexit begins: Theresa May takes axe to EU laws

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Sep 21

FYI.


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. Continue reading »

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Jul 31

Majority of Britons back PM May on launching nuke attack that would kill 100,000:

PM Theresa May was right to give an unequivocal “yes” according to 66 percent of Britons, when asked if she would personally launch a retaliatory nuclear strike that would kill 100,000 civilians, while 59 percent say they would push the button themselves.

The British Prime Minister May said she would use the UK’s nuclear arsenal in response to a nuclear attack by a foreign nation, as she was promoting the renewal of the Trident missile system in Parliament. She argued that threats to the UK from such countries as Russia and North Korea “remain very real.”

May’s attitude was overwhelmingly supported by two-thirds of Britons polled by YouGov on Tuesday and Wednesday. Only 19 percent said she was wrong to say what she did.

Sixty-six percent of respondents said they would support a nuclear retaliation while 59 percent said they would personally launch one, if they were in May’s position. Continue reading »

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Jul 20

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British PM Willing to Nuke Hundreds of Thousands; Parliament Approves Funding:

Insists Not Having Nukes Would Be ‘Gross Irresponsibility’

In one of the first high profile parliamentary debates since she took over the premiership last week, British PM Theresa May today insisted she would have no hesitation in ordering nuclear strikes abroad that would kill hundreds of thousands of civilians.

The somewhat blunt, somewhat genocidal answer appears to have been the right one for the crowd, as it wasn’t long thereafter that parliament agreed to spend upward of $40 billion modernizing their nuclear weapons arsenal. Many analysts have suggested that the $40 billion is a gross underestimate, and the nukes will end up costing far more. Continue reading »

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Jul 20

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UK government admits ‘Snooper’s Charter’ would allow it to ban end-to-end encryption:

The UK government has publicly admitted that parts of the Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB), better known as the ‘Snooper’s Charter’, would allow it to force companies to ban end-to-end encryption.

In what may be viewed as a huge assault on the public’s privacy, not to mention digital security, the government would ask internet and communication service providers to “develop and maintain a technical capability to remove encryption that has been applied to communications or data”. As one member of the House of Lords put it, when debating the IPB, this essentially means that companies may not use end-to-end encryption, and could leave the public at risk, not to mention setting a supremely dangerous precedent.

Lord Strasburger explained: Continue reading »

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Jul 13

Queen Elizabeth welcomes Theresa May at the start of an audience in Buckingham Palace, where she invited her to become Prime Minister

Theresa May becomes new UK prime minister

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Jul 11

David Cameron Confirms He Will Resign On Wednesday, Theresa May Next Prime Minister

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Jul 07

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Next UK Prime Minister Will Be A Woman After Gove Is Eliminated From Tory Leadership Race:

In a result that will make Boris Johnson smile, moments ago UK justice secretary Michael Gove, who infamously backstabbed the former London mayor and cost him the UK prime ministerial position one week ago, received just 46 votes in a ballot of Conservative members in Parliament, which put him in last place after Home Secretary Theresa May who received 199 votes, while Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom received 84 votes, eliminating him from the leadership race. Continue reading »

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Jul 06

THERESA MAY, URI GELLER, GLADIO…

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Nov 12

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UN privacy chief: UK surveillance bill is ‘worse than scary’:

The UK government’s proposed surveillance legislation is “worse than scary”, the United Nations privacy chief has said.

Joseph Cannataci, the UN’s special rapporteur on privacy, attacked the government’s draft Investigatory Powers Bill, saying he had never seen evidence that mass surveillance works. He also accused MPs of leading an “absolute offensive” and an “orchestrated” media campaign to distort the debate and take hold of new powers.

The comments came during a live streamed keynote presentation at the Internet Governance Forum in Brazil, where leading experts from around the world have gathered to discuss the future of the internet and web policy. Continue reading »

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Nov 13

Cover up? Review of Home Office handling of Westminster child sex allegations slammed (RT, Nov 11, 2014):

A supposedly independent review of the Home Office’s handling of allegations about decades of systemic child abuse that infiltrated Westminster has ruled that it’s impossible to discern if there was an establishment cover-up.

Conducted by the chief executive of the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), the inquiry examined whether the Home Office carried out an adequate and effective review last year into its handling of damning information relating to alleged historic child sex abuse. Continue reading »

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Nov 13

H/t reader squodgy:

“And there you have it.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/wanless-report-into-westminster-pedophile-ring-says-key-files-were-destroyed-this-century-9853662.html

The secret service, on behalf of the owners, created situations which enabled them to get compromising evidence against individuals to facilitate blackmail & thus enforce compliance in Parliament, the Judiciary & the Financial world.

Files compromising now worthless individuals will be disposed of as pointless.

What nobody is talking about is the present.”


Child sex abuse report: Files concerning Westminster paedophile ring were destroyed in last few years (Independent, Nov 11, 2014):

Theresa May has admitted there “might have been” a cover-up at Home Office in the 1980s concerning allegations that politicians were involved in child sex abuse but said an official review found the claim was “not proven”.

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Jun 26

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‘Snooper’s charter’: UK govt pushes for access to social media (RT, June 26, 2014):

Britain’s Home Secretary is pushing for new spying powers to access social media and email accounts. Theresa May argues that it’s a “matter of life and death,” and has dismissed claims the government wants to spy on citizens.

The British Home Office is pushing for changes to the law that would radically expand powers to monitor citizens. The communications data bill, which has been branded ‘the snooper’s charter’ by opponents, would allow authorities access to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

In addition, services like Facetime and Skype would also be accessible to the UK authorities. Continue reading »

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Aug 20

David Miranda’s lawyers threaten legal action over ‘unlawful’ detention (Guardian, Aug 20, 2013):

Partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald seeks return of equipment seized during nine-hour interrogation at Heathrow

Lawyers for the partner of the Guardian journalist who exposed mass email surveillance have written to home secretary Theresa May and the head of the Metropolitan police warning them that they are set to take legal action over what they say amounted to his “unlawful” detention at Heathrow airport under anti-terror laws.

In their letter to May and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe they warn they are seeking immediate undertakings for the return David Miranda‘s laptop and all other electronic equipment within seven days.

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Nov 26

Home Office security chief responsible for Buckingham Palace ‘viewed child porn’ (Daily Mail, Nov 25, 2012):

  • David Tracey, a Home Office security expert, arrested by Essex Police
  • 48-year-old charged with four counts of making indecent images of children
  • Tracey is believed to advise on security for Buckingham Palace
  • A Home Office civil servant who oversees security for Buckingham Palace security has been charged with viewing child pornography.

    David Tracey, 48,of Billericay, Essex, was arrested by officers from Essex Police and charged with four counts of making indecent images of children.

    He works at the Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, a Whitehall unit that oversees strategy on thwarting terrorists.

    Sources told the Sun that Tracey had advised strategy on the protection of Royal palaces and other important public buildings, including Downing Street and nuclear sites.

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    May 26

    The Government is drawing up plans for emergency immigration controls to curb an influx of Greeks and other European Union residents if the euro collapses, the Home Secretary discloses today.


    Theresa May says “work is ongoing” to restrict European immigration in the event of a financial collapse

    Theresa May: we’ll stop migrants if euro collapses (Telegraph, May 25, 2012):

    In an interview in The Daily Telegraph, Theresa May says “work is ongoing” to restrict European immigration in the event of a financial collapse.

    People from throughout the EU, with the exception of new member countries such as Romania and Bulgaria, are able to work anywhere in the single market.

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    Apr 03

    Police and MI5 get power to watch you on the web (Independent, April 2, 2012):

    Police and intelligence officers are to be handed the power to monitor people’s messages online in what has been described as an “attack on the privacy” of vast numbers of Britons.

    The Home Secretary, Theresa May, intends to introduce legislation in next month’s Queen’s Speech which would allow law-enforcement agencies to check on citizens using Facebook, Twitter, online gaming forums and the video-chat service Skype.

    Regional police forces, MI5 and GCHQ, the Government’s eavesdropping centre, would be given the right to know who speaks to whom “on demand” and in “real time”.

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    Dec 14

    Water cannons, because the cavalry attack failed…

    UK: Mounted Police Charge Fees Protesters (Video), Police Investigate Truncheon Attack

    … and the people won’t give in:

    15 Year-Old Tells Establishment to Stick-it


    Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has opened the way for water cannon to be used on the British mainland for the first time if future demonstrations escalate into uncontrollable violence.


    Police used water cannons on the rioters Photo: AP

    Ministers will not stand in the way if senior officers wanted to use it, she said.

    And in the wake of last week’s shocking scenes in central London’s West End Mrs May warned that future demonstrations needed to be policed “robustly.”

    The sight of an out-of-control mob vandalising parts of Westminster has led to accusations that the Conservatives are weak on law-and-order.

    In the UK water cannon has only been deployed in Northern Ireland, at various points throughout the Troubles, and its use has been resisted until now by senior police officers elsewhere in Britain. However, it is widely used as a crowd control tactic abroad.

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