Tory £1Bn Confidence and Supply Deal with Ulster’s DUP

On 26th June 2017, UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s returned minority Tory government signed a funding deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party in exchange for critical support to enable the Tories to govern in Westminster. In return the party secured £1bn of extra funding, which is allocated mainly to

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Brexit Easy Peasy

It took long enough; but today, 44 years after the United Kingdom joined the European Union, Britain has told the EU bully where to go.  Easy Peasy! Brexit is a victory for national self-determination, for democracy, for UK independence and Economic Nationalism.  It is a wonderful historic day for the

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PM Theresa May’s Brexit Plan Speeches

Theresa May’s first speech as Britain’s prime minister 13th July 2016 “I have just been to Buckingham Palace where Her Majesty the Queen has asked me to form a new government, and I accepted. In David Cameron, I follow in the footsteps of a great, modern prime minister. Under David’s

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Restore Our Borders

Globalist imposts upon a nation’s people like the EU’s Schengen open border naïvety, allow foreigners to invade, undermine and usurping local rights – stealing jobs, taking our houses, choking taxpayer-funded public services, waging organised migrant crime and bringing their hateful terrorism. Our government intelligence needs to know who’s coming and

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Ireland sets fumigation standard to deal with Asylum Seekers

Ireland seems to be setting the standard in dealing with fake/bogus asylum seekers seeking First World welfare. According to the European Union’s statistical agency ‘Eurostat‘, the Republic of Ireland holds Europe’s record as the most “asylum seeker” unfriendly nation, and sports a rejection rate of around 90 per cent! Of

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Islamization of Britain: Britons resorting to Vigilante Justice

Brits are resorting Vigilante Justice under the onslaught of imposed mass immigration, particularly from the barbaric Third World. Unless security measures are stepped up to counter the “vulnerability and fear” that people feel in the wake of the barbaric terrorism in Woolwich, Paris, Brussels and Nice – a former head

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