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EU Membership has dulled the compassion of the British people

December 30, 2013 // 4 Comments

One of the worst things about our membership of the European Union is the way in which the very fact is changing our national character. A decade of uncontrolled mass migration has, far from the what ideologues of multiculturalism claimed, made us a less, not more tolerant society. It has cut ties [...]

Monday’s News

December 30, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Blair-Bush talks on Iraq war to be revealed in U-turn: 100 secret documents to be de-classified and published The Mail has learned civil servants are ‘close’ to a deal to allow publication Documents will include telephone records and private notes   Labour to fight election on free [...]

The Sunday Papers – 29 December 2013

December 29, 2013 // 0 Comments

The mass immigration story is hotting-up as 1 January approaches. The secret report that the Mail on Sunday has uncovered is worth looking at, as is the story in the Express from a Romanian MP. The Telegraph The 300 ‘maternity tourists’ (Comments are closed) The criminal handed a [...]

Saturday’s News

December 28, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail This worryingly crowded isle: England is officially Europe’s most densely packed country England has overtaken the Netherlands and is second only to tiny Malta Over the next 30 years the gap is expected to widen even more Figures show the huge impact of Labour’s open-door immigration [...]

UKIP Daily cut short today by Power Cuts

December 27, 2013 // 3 Comments

Well, the Editor on Duty has suffered a power cut all day. Not that we suffered heavy storm damage, it was a fuse at a sub-station and it took them 10 hours to get around to doing a 5 minute fix! Because of that, we’ve been unable to bring you any new items today, albeit there has been a deal [...]

Friday’s News

December 27, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Is this the end of the cinnamon roll? Traditional Danish pastries under threat after EU threatens ban on the spice End to Denmark’s beloved pastries comes from EU limits on coumarin Chemical is found in the most common type of cinnamon, cassia The proposed ban follows plans by [...]

Boxing Day News

December 26, 2013 // 0 Comments

Fox hunting theme runs predictably across political divides on most papers. Post-Christmas sales are featured by most, as is the bullish economic prediction of the CEPR report. Most papers report The Queen’s message while Edward Snowden’s Christmas Day message is reported in The Guardian [...]

A Happy Christmas to all our readers

December 25, 2013 // 0 Comments

We will briefly highlight the most Christmassy item in each of the papers this morning. Tracking Santa with The Daily Telegraph Footballers in the Christmas Spirit with The Daily Express Christmas Jumpers in The Independent Edward Snowden to broadcast Channel 4’s alternative Christmas Day [...]

Christmas Eve’s News

December 24, 2013 // 0 Comments

It would appear that most journalists have started their Christmas break, or are flood-watching, or perhaps stuck on the trains disrupted by the smattering of rain and the gust of wind we had yesterday. As a result, today’s news round up is shorter (well not quite) than the list of patriotic [...]

People are being conned by a new set of ‘banksters’

December 23, 2013 // 0 Comments

Last Friday’s Daily Mail ran a piece telling readers that pupils in Welsh schools have been told they will not receive an additional portion of food by kitchen staff so they can adopt sensible eating habits. The piece goes on to explain that strict mealtime policies have been introduced [...]
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