More than 1,200 British workers have lost their jobs as a result of the scrapping of the Nimrod aircraft to “save £2 billion over the next ten years” while the foreign aid budget is set to rise to more than £120 billion at the same time.
Britain's national debt has topped the £1 trillion mark, but could be as high as £8 trillion, according to a statement by the Taxpayer’s Alliance. The lower estimate of £1 trillion equates to £40,000 for every household in Britain.
Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed that 30,000 school pupils have been labelled racist or homophobic during 2008 and 2009.
As British National Party MEPs prepared to vote in the final weeks of last years European Parliament, the BNP renewed its call for withdrawal from the European Union (EU) as more UK money is being used to fund poor, developing and third world countries whilst UK industry suffers terminal decline and massive redundancies.
About a year ago the Nationalist Trade Union Solidarity commented that the likelihood that Cadbury would fall into foreign hands would not only be a 'loss of a (British) Institution' but would likely lead to 'rationalisations'. In other words the shedding and 'export' of jobs.
The Labour Party-invented and Conservative Party-backed “student visa” system results in at least 32,000 illegal immigrants entering Britain every year at an annual hidden cost of around half a billion pounds, a new Migrationwatch report has revealed.
The continuing illegal war in Iraq claimed almost 4,000 civilians this year, the Iraq Body Count (IBC) group recently reported.
The ConDem regime has announced that British taxpayers have been forced to pay for the repair of 1,500 schools in nuclear-power Pakistan, while at the same time ordering the halting of a building programme which would have given Britain 715 new school buildings.
Two leading European Commissioners have called for even more Third World immigration into Europe in order to meet what they call “skill shortages” but which in fact are nothing of the sort, as record levels of unemployment in Europe attest.
The controlled media has refused to compare the £4 billion university budget cut — which is at the heart of the decision to raise tuition fees and the student riots in London — to the cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have now exceeded £20 billion.