The public is increasingly angry over the illegal war in Afghanistan and are showing it on the streets of Salford by expressing support for the British National Party, reports organiser Gary Tumulty.
The normally slavishly-supporting Daily Mail newspaper has published a full blown attack on the ConDem regime which accused David Cameron’s government of “lying, scheming and cheating” just like Labour.
By Chairman Nick Griffin — Hatemonger Griffin attends Palace party! You can see the headlines now can’t you? Well, despite everything the hate-filled far-left opposition have thrown at all of us, Jackie and I, along with Andrew Brons MEP, WILL be attending Buckingham Palace this Thursday.
Tory Home Secretary Theresa May has dropped her party’s opposition to Labour’s Equality Act and has announced that it will “better protect people from discrimination” even though in April last year she condemned the same law as “ill thought out” and a “waste of time and money.”
The Tory-supporting media is awash with panicked reports that David Cameron’s ConDem coalition government is about to abandon yet another of its election promises, this time the patently ridiculous “immigration cap” policy.
The Liberal Democratic Party campaigned during the election on a promise not to increase Value Added Tax (VAT) but just two months later they are part of a government which has upped the VAT rate to 20 percent.
A Labour and a Liberal Democrat MP have spoken out against anti-terrorism police plans to install cameras deigned to monitor the activities of Muslim-colonised suburbs of Birmingham on the grounds that it “infringes their civil liberties.”
By Mercia — The millionaire ConDem cabinet has announced plans to halt a proposed extension of free school meals for the children from poor families in Britain while simultaneously undertaking to ring fence and increase the multi-billion pound foreign aid budget.
By Mercia — Despite 23 of the Government's 29 cabinet ministers being millionaires, almost all of them demand that the taxpayers pay for their houses and private living expenses (even down to dog food,) a BNP survey has shown.
Nick Griffin MEP has sent his condolences to all those affected by the tragic and senseless shooting incident in his North West constituency yesterday.