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UKIP are telling lies about their policies

UKIP is under pressure. It has been dogged with claims of ‘racism’ and criticised for advocating policies including privatisation of the UK National Health Service and scrapping employment rights. Opponents including Labour, the Greens and the British National Party have put UKIP policies under close scrutiny. Trade Union groups like Unions Together and individual Unions … Continue reading

The Wahhabi Jihad

By Yahya Smith “This Wahhabi version of Sunni Islam… is a huge threat to Britain and the British people because it’s popular and very well-funded… particularly by the Saudi Arabians. Where do we go from here? First of all stop winding up real hard liners to recruit… by getting out of their countries and stop … Continue reading

Human Rights Victory for BNP Worker

Arthur Redfearn was dismissed in 2004 from his job as a bus driver for Serco after winning a seat on Bradford Council for the British National Party. Mr Redfearn drove people with disabilities around Bradford. He fought a long campaign for Justice with numerous set-backs. This week, however, his perseverance paid off. The European Court … Continue reading

Licence to Lie: the Sunday World and Patrick Harrington

The following article is reproduced to highlight a problem that can result from self-regulation, in this case self-regulation of the Press. The case illustrates how self-regulation can result in a failure to act against those who breach professional and moral standards. It seems that rumour and gossip have become substitutes for fact and the Press … Continue reading

The Battle for Barking

Reviewed by David Kerr LAURA FAIRIE filmed, produced and directed this astonishing fly-on-the-wall documentary over the twelve months leading up to the general election on May 6th 2010. Somehow she managed to gain the trust of two hostile factions in Barking; the British National Party and New Labour as personified by party leader Nick Griffin … Continue reading

Margaret Hodge back in the news again

LAST YEAR’S General Election was hotly contested in many areas.  Here, the race was the usual one between the Tories, Labour and Liberal-Democrats.  All were vying for votes with one aim: an overall majority in Westminster.  (As we all know, the eventual result didn’t pan out the way any of these parties wanted.  Consequently we’ve … Continue reading

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