Thirty-nine people have been arrested at the Dale Farm site. The demolition crews have started to demolish the 45 plots that were illegally set up by travellers. Police were met with a barrage of bricks, bottles and iron bars by troublemaking agitators who tried to turn Dale Farm into a war zone. None of those arrested lived on the site.
Tonight on the World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – 245 arrests and one stabbing at the annual immigrant ‘carnival’ in Notting Hill. Despite huge preventative police measures, arrests were made for drug possession, public order offences, criminal damage, robbery and assault.
Tonight on the World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – News that immigration into Britain went up by over 20 percent last year comes at the same time as unemployment in Britain rises by 38,000.
By Jennifer Matthys – More than 48,000 immigrants from Libya and Tunisia have arrived in Italy since the beginning of the year, their Interior Minister Roberto Maroni announced on Monday. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) said 52,000 people had arrived in Italy from North Africa since the start of the year.
By Pat Harrington – If you listen to Foreign Secretary William Hague, the war in Libya is going very well. In fact, by bombing Libya, Nato is saving the lives of Libyan citizens. It seems that Hague is not only a warmonger but also delusional.
By James North – On the Guetzloe Report, we hear all of the hottest issues of the day coming out of America, including an interview with Brian Wise, the executive director of Families United for Our Troops.
Nick Griffin is visiting the Sicilian island of Lampedusa today in order to meet with Italian nationalists and the Mayor of Lampedusa to discuss the island’s continuing immigration crisis.
The current conflicts and upheavals in North Africa have the potential to cause a complete breakdown in the UK’s asylum system, a think tank report has revealed.
By Jennifer Matthys – Cruise missiles launched on Libya from British submarines to “help” its people are costing £500,000 a time, while public services are slashed across Britain and new figures show our children living below the poverty line.
Nationalist station Radio Red, White and Blue is broadcasting an extended edition of ‘The World at 8’ tonight, featuring a special report on the Libyan Crisis.