Thousands of Muslims live in enclaves with their own housing estates
They have their own schools and some rarely leave their neighbourhoods
Isolated Muslims see UK as mainly Islamic when it is less than five per cent
Muslims in some parts of the country are so cut off from the rest of society that they believe the majority of Britons share their faith, according to a shock new report.
The major review by the Government’s integration tsar Dame Louise Casey has found that thousands of Muslims live in enclaves with their own housing estates, schools and television channels. Continue reading »
A FOREIGN-born terror suspect who has twice been ruled a threat to national security has won the right to stay in Britain – by keeping his identity secret for 23 years.
The suspect is known to have masqueraded under at least two false identities – “Nolidoni” and “Pierre Dumond” – since entering the UK illegally in 1993 and claiming asylum.Courts have granted the man anonymity and only refer to him as suspect “B”. Continue reading »
It is “indisputable” that terrorists have entered Europe posing as refugees, and some of them will target the UK, Europol has warned.
The continent’s law enforcement agency said in a report that terror groups were determined to continue attacks against European countries, especially as militants return to Europe after being driven out of Iraq and Syria.
Breitbart London reported on Friday that Europol had raised concerns about terrorists using car bombs to attack targets in Europe, a tactic jihadists have so far only used in the Middle East. Continue reading »
A homeless man ‘froze to death’ on the streets of Birmingham just a day before UK charity Shelter warned more than 250,000 people in England will be homeless this Christmas as high rents, benefit cuts, and a worsening housing crisis create the perfect storm.
The body of the unknown man was found in the West Midlands city at 11.30pm GMT on Wednesday, the coldest night of the year.
It is understood the body, found in John Bright Street, is that of a 30-year-old man with no fixed address.
Figures compiled by Shelter reveal that 255,000 people across the country are forced to live in hostels and other types of temporary accommodation, or to sleep rough on the streets. Continue reading »
If you’ve sat in a traffic jam recently on Britain’s roads, you’re not alone. It will come as no surprise to anyone who regularly drives in the UK that our roads are very busy, but the proof is now in that they’re actually the most congested in the whole of the EU.
The proof comes from a study of EU cities performed by Inrix, and reported on by The BBC. Inrix, a data analysis organisation, spent time studying traffic data from over 120 European cities and identifying “traffic hotspots.” These are “pinch points” where drivers have to slow down to 35% (or less) of their expected speed for at least two minutes. Continue reading »
The British Advocate General in the European Court of Justice – the most senior UK member – has said that the final legal decision over Britain’s exit from the European Union – aka Brexit – will be settled in the Luxembourg court, not one in Britain.
Eleanor Sharpston QC was speaking ahead of a decision by the UK Supreme Court over whether UK Prime Minister should have the legal right to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, triggering the formal start of Brexit negotiations, or the UK Parliament itself.
The Attorney-General’s Office has been asked to appeal the sentence of a child migrant, alleged to be 15 years-old, who was convicted of raping a five year-old boy in Derby this month, Breitbart London can reveal.
The migrant, who told his victim he would “break him into pieces” if he told anyone about the attack, escaped a custodial sentence entirely, with circuit judge Jonathan Bennett handing down a three-year rehabilitation order.
So soon after controversial court rulings on Brexit and Article 50, the decision has sparked widespread public outrage, raising further questions about the lack of judicial accountability in Great Britain. There have even been calls for out of touch judges to be subject to retention elections, as is common in Japan and many American states. Continue reading »
What follows is shocking evidence that crisis actors, green screens, CGI, and paid propagandists are being used to fake worldwide events in order to scare people into giving up liberties and sending us into war. To say this was shocking would be to put it lightly.
From video proof showing “dead soldiers” killed by “chemical weapons” walking around after they thought the videos stopped recording, to digitally altering sounds to add in “explosions” that never happened, this segment demonstrates some of the most damming evidence against the media ever shown on television.
Armstrong continues… “This is a serious issue for the press is conspiring against the people to create war, sell climate change, and rig elections. This is by no means something new.”Continue reading »
While last week’s report that Nigel Farage is considering moving to the US may have been a prank, overnight the UKIP leader shared some more somber news with The Daily Express, whom he told that he fears for his life and cannot go out in London without his security detail. “I’ve got no life — I can’t do anything, I can’t go anywhere.”
While the UK was obsessing with Brexit and its aftermath, parliament quietly passed a contentious snooping law that gives authorities, everyone from police and spies to food regulators, fire officials and tax inspectors, the right to legally look at the internet browsing records of everyone in the country.
BRITISH workers are set for a more than a lost decade of wage growth, following a long and slow recovery from the financial crisis, an economic think-tank has warned.
Real wage growth is not on course to recover until 2021, meaning pay will have been below pre-recession 2008 levels for the longest period since the Second World War, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
IFS director Paul Johnson said: “One cannot stress enough how dreadful that is – more than a decade without real earnings growth.
“We have certainly not seen a period remotely like it in the last 70 years.” Continue reading »
The European Union hopes to ratify plans for a combined, continent-wide army on Tuesday night, which could lumber the UK with an annual bill worth hundreds of millions of pounds, despite Britain’s intention to leave the bloc.
EU politicians met in Brussels on Tuesday morning to thrash out details of the proposed force and will later vote on establishing an “EU-wide system for the coordination of rapid movement of defense forces personnel.”Continue reading »
Royal Navy warships will be left without anti-ship missiles and be forced to rely on naval guns because of cost-cutting, the Ministry of Defence has admitted.
The Navy’s Harpoon missiles will retire from the fleet’s frigates and destroyers in 2018 without a replacement, while there will also be a two year gap without helicopter-launched anti-shipping missiles.
Naval sources said the decision was “like Nelson deciding to get rid of his cannons and go back to muskets” and one senior former officer said warships would “no longer be able to go toe-to-toe with the Chinese or Russians”. Continue reading »
“This is the first Chancellor to admit the country is in a terrible mess. Strange how the MSM let it fly under their radar. It isn’t just in a terrible mess, it is TOTALLY BANKRUPT, INSOLVENT and WORTHLESS.
Under Thatcher on instructions from the ‘elite’, the UK diversity was crushed, manufacturing decimated, agriculture ‘monocultured’, and national assets disposed of to foreign conglomerates. At that time North Sea Oil was carrying UK.
Now, no oil, no manufacturing, no agriculture. Just a greedy and corrupt Financial sector currently in a death spiral thanks to bad investment gambling when a slump was clearly on the horizon.
Fucking incompetence, bad management & treason.”
High treason, indeed.
At least they have applied the “best” policies to “jumpstart the (now almost non-existent) economy” …
UK finance minister Philip Hammond has warned that high debt has tied the government’s hands, in a time when the country needs a “watertight” economy to cope with years of “uncertainty” that lie ahead.
In an interview with the BBC on Sunday, Hammond said the country’s first budget plan since the vote to leave the European Union (EU) in July was constrained by “eye-wateringly” high debt and had to be carefully planned to minimize possible damages by Brexit.
“Over the next couple of years we are going to face some uncertainty over the economy,” he said, pointing to the difficult negotiations with the EU that, according to Prime Minister Theresa May, would take at least two years to complete.
Britain’s public debt hovers around £1.6 trillion, which equals 84 percent of the country’s economic output last year and is the highest over the past 50 years. Continue reading »
“Oh Dear! What will happen to all those with their noses in the trough? Will we ever be able to dismantle the Parkinson’s Law of bureaucracy? Will we get our lives back? Will we be able to make decisions again for ourselves, based on logic & reason?
No effing chance, they’ll just replace it all with Martial Law…..in our interests!!”
If you haven’t heard of the Investigatory Powers Bill (IP Bill), more commonly known as the “Snoopers’ Charter”, don’t fret – you are not alone! According to a recent poll conducted by market research firm ComRes for the privacy campaign group Liberty, 72 per cent of British people have never even heard of the Investigatory Powers Bill or don’t know anything about it, and only 2 per cent of British adults say they have heard of the IP Bill and know a lot about it.
These results align themselves with research carried out by Hide My Ass! which found that two-thirds (62%) of people incorrectly attributed quotes taken from the Investigatory Powers Bill to popular dystopian fiction like Nineteen Eighty-Four, Brave New World, The Hunger Games and The Matrix. Continue reading »
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 »
This is the moment where hate speech laws become a greater threat to democracy and freedom of speech than hate speech itself.
In France, Muslim terrorists are never Muslim terrorists, but “lunatics,” “maniacs” and “youths”.
To attack freedom of the press and freedom of speech is not anti-hate speech; it is submission.
By following these recommendations, the British government would place Muslim organizations in a kind of monopoly position: they would become the only source of information about themselves. It is the perfect totalitarian information order.
Created to guard against the kind of xenophobic and anti-Semitic propaganda that gave rise to the Holocaust, national hate speech laws have increasingly been invoked to criminalize speech that is merely deemed insulting to one’s race, ethnicity, religion, or nationality.
It is disturbing to wonder how long the EU will strongly engage its experts and influence to cut through existing legal obstacles, in a quest to criminalize any type of criticism of Islam, and to submit to the values of jihad.
According the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) — part of the Council of Europe — the British press is to blame for increasing hate speech and racist violence. On October 4, 2016, the ECRI released a report dedicated only to Britain. The report said: Continue reading »
(AFP) – Britain faced criticism Wednesday over strict criteria for children hoping to reach the UK after being evicted from France’s “Jungle” migrant camp, with one prominent politician arguing London has broken its promise.
The interior ministry published new guidelines on Monday which outlined how it would decide which children are eligible for a new life in Britain, after the notorious camp across the Channel at the port of Calais was cleared last month. Continue reading »
Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson are joined by Alex Thomson from Eastern Approaches for today’s news, including:
START George Osborne gets a gong from the Queen
03:00 More media panic over Donald Trump
09:30 Similarities in media rhetoric between Trump and Brexit
20:40 One Guardian journalist calls for Trump assassination
22:15 The Guardian calls on Facebook to do more to prevent “fake news”
28:00 The ramifications of Brexit on the German economy
32:30 Junker demands faster EU military integration
44:45 The Common Purpose agenda continues
52:00 The Scottish government and EU fund programme to educate 2 year old children about their gender alternatives
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.
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.”