The Economist Magazine apologies to the English Democrats over “Far-Right” Slur

Economist Apology to the English Democrats

The Economist Magazine apologies to the English Democrats over “Far-Right” Slur Correction: English Democrats   Jun 1st 2013 |From the print edition   In our article “Identity parade”, published in last week’s issue, we described the English Democrats as “far-right”. This is inaccurate. They are a nationalist party that campaigns for an English parliament. Sorry. … Continue reading

Labour’s “Hope Not Hate” – Launch Campaign against “The English”

Labour’s “Hope Not Hate” – Launch Campaign against “The English”         “We will begin the systematic and comprehensive dissemination of your cult. We will further expose your falsities and your attempts to censor, to your members, to the British public, and to the world as a whole. You will fall, we can … Continue reading

England needs a long holiday from David Cameron ?

England needs a long holiday from David Cameron ?   The Prime Minister and wife Samantha were shown in officially approved photogaphs enjoying a coffee at a cafe on the Spanish island after flying out yesterday. Mr Cameron has been accompanied by a small team of key staff and is being kept up-to-date on developments … Continue reading

Great Yarmouth UKIP police electoral fraud probe

UKIP Black Ops Uncovered

Great Yarmouth UKIP police electoral fraud probe Sam Russell Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Matthew Smith Ormesby pub landlord Jonathon Childs won East Flegg division at last week’s Norfolk County Council elections, claiming the seat for UKIP. But a police investigation into electoral malpractice is under way, after allegations one or more signatures on Mr Childs’ … Continue reading

“British Police Go to Hell” – Shant the Muslims in this Video

“British Police Go to Hell” – Shant the Muslims in this Video

Are Conservatives really swivel eyed loons ?

Conservatives - Swivel Eyed Loons in Medway

Lord Feldman, the Conservative co-chairman, is to be challenged at a meeting of the party board on Monday over allegations that he made disparaging remarks about Tory grassroots activists. As the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, led a cabinet fightback on behalf of Feldman, who denies having described activists as “mad, swivel-eyed loons”, a member of … Continue reading

UKIP hit 20% in the Opinion Polls for the First Time

NF the Nigel Farage Party UKIP

UKIP hit 20% in the Opinion Polls for the First Time An Opinium poll put Nigel Farage’s party on 20%, while a ComRes survey put them on 19%. The ComRes poll for the Sunday Mirror and Independent on Sunday found support for Nigel Farage’s party was up 4% since the last survey a month ago, … Continue reading

UKIP supporter suggests dumping Nuclear Waste in Scotland

UKIP supporter wants to dump nuclear waste in Scotland

UKIP supporter suggests dumping Nuclear Waste in Scotland The Ukip leader said his chaotic visit to Edinburgh, which saw him rescued from a baying mob in a police riot van, showed the underhand tactics some separatists and SNP members use to “shout down and drown out any sort of debate”. He challenged Alex Salmond to … Continue reading

Why did the English Civil War begin ? ….. & will history repeat it’s self ?

David Cameron - Off with his head

Why did the English Civil War begin ? The English Civil War of the mid-17th Century was part of a wider series of conflicts that spanned the entire British Isles, involving Scotland and Ireland as well as England and Wales. Also called “The Great Rebellion”, “The English Revolution” and “The Wars of the Three Kingdoms”, … Continue reading

Nick Clegg calls for an “IN/OUT EU Referendum” – “What the British People really want !”

Nick Clegg - it's time for a referendum on the EU

Nick Clegg calls for an “IN/OUT EU Referendum” – “What the British People really want !” Nick Clegg gives a press conference at the EU headquarters in Brussels. Photograph: Getty Images. With David Cameron still away in the US, it’s Nick Clegg who will man the dispatch box at PMQs this week, and we can … Continue reading