The politicians make the big issues sound complex, in the hope that people will leave things to the ‘experts’. Truth is that the problems they’ve caused can be put right with simple Nationalist solutions. Each issue we look at a current news story, and explain how our Nationalism will make Britain better...
Birmingham City Council has become the first in Britain to outsource posts to India, as part of its huge cost-cutting exercise to shed £213 million from its budget over the next four years.
The Government’s Chief Information Officer, John Suffolk, has urged Indian IT companies to “bid, bid, bid” for UK-based work in yet another stab in the back for British workers.
One of the world’s foremost macroeconomic research bureaus has confirmed what the British National Party has said all along, namely that national European economies are best left alone and out of the EU’s punishing grasp.
According to a succession of Labour and Tory ministers, Britain can afford to get rid of its “dirty” industrial base through the closure of mines, steel works and shipyards because opportunities in high-tech industries, such as information technology (IT) will be developed to replace them.
Call centre jobs in the North East of England which were meant to replace jobs lost by the Tory destruction of the coal industry, have also now vanished due to globalism and the failure to protect British industry.
The proposed British share of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) bailout of Greece has risen to nearly £2 billion, despite Britain being buried in debt due to decades of Tory and Labour mismanagement.