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600,000 EU migrants are living on British benefits

October 14, 2013 // 5 Comments

An EU report has revealed that more than 600,000 unemployed EU immigrants are currently living in Britain, costing the country £billions in services and benefits. The report was commissioned by László Andor, the European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, and obtained by [...]

Monday 14 October News Roundup

October 14, 2013 // 0 Comments

  The Telegraph  Fox-hunting ban to be relaxed under new proposals David Cameron’s £2,000 tax cut for small businesses White boys ‘the problem’ for Britain’s schools, says aide   The Guardian Detectives release efits of Madeleine McCann suspect Osborne opens doors to [...]

Friday 11th October News Roundup

October 11, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Axe green tax or energy bills will go up every year for a decade, says energy chief 40,000 investors denied a stake in Royal Mail as City institutions clean up Failings at Baby P council ‘allowed second toddler to suffer repeated abuse’ Driving age ‘could rise to [...]

Thursday 10th October News Roundup

October 10, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Top 1 per cent pay third of income tax Salmond spent £20,000 keeping secret non-existent EU legal advice BBC gives too much weight to climate sceptics, minister claims Environment minister: ‘The badgers have moved the goalposts’   The Guardian Help to buy? Yes [...]

A Catalogue of Chaos at Border Control

October 9, 2013 // 1 Comment

Catastrophic problems with the UK e-border scheme were revealed today, with Theresa May, Home Secretary, standing accused of presiding over a ‘catalogue of chaos at border control’. The scheme, which cost taxpayers £500 million, is still not working properly nearly a decade on from its [...]

Wednesday 9th October

October 9, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Telegraph  Snowden leaks ‘a gift for terrorists to attack us at will’, warns MI5 chief Drug smuggling ignored in favour of immigration checks at UK borders Rail fares: end to 10pc annual rises Ministers in new abortion ruling row Oxford vice-chancellor: student tuition fees should [...]

Baby Peter Betrayed Again

October 8, 2013 // 0 Comments

The nation was shocked in 2009 at the revelations in the trial of the killers of Baby Peter in the London Borough of Harringey.  Peter Connolly was a 17-month old who died as a result of more than 50 injuries. These included, a broken back, cuts to the head and neck, a broken shin bone, a ripped [...]

Clegg: ‘In Out Referendum is Inevitable’

October 8, 2013 // 2 Comments

Deputy PM Nick Clegg has conceded that a referendum on EU membership is ‘inevitable’. In a speech today he urged those who are pro-European to start making the case for remaining in Europe, saying “It will not be enough to speak up on the eve of a referendum.” He has also [...]
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