Jul 14 08:19

Test & Trace 'pingdemic' backlash as a FIFTH of Britons plan to delete NHS app on 'Freedom Day' amid fears self-isolation summer chaos will cause food shortages and mountains of rubbish piling up in streets

A fifth of Britons are planning to delete the NHS app before 'Freedom Day' amid fears the software could spark a 'pingdemic' — which could force millions of people off work, potentially leading to food shortages and rubbish piling up in the streets.

More than 356,000 people were alerted by the app in the last week of June, figures show, and there are fears this could spiral over the coming months amid mounting cases.

Polling suggests more than a third of 18 to 24-year-olds in the UK have already deleted the app, with another third saying they were considering wiping it from their phones within the next week.

Among adults of all ages, the proportion debating deleting the app in the next six days was 20 per cent, according to a survey by Savanta ComRes.

Jul 14 08:14

Why Would George Soros and Bill Gates Interfere With BoJo's Foreign Aid Cuts?

While the UK MPs are expected to vote on the international aid cuts on 13 July, the global philanthropists have reportedly pledged to stretch a helping hand to those deprived of UK assistance.

A group of non-profits, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Children's Investment Fund Foundation, the ELMA Foundation and George Soros' Open Society Foundations has reportedly vowed to fill the gap in international aid left by a UK government decision to slash this year's spending on overseas aid, from 0.7 percent of the country's gross national income, to 0.5 percent amid a coronavirus-inflicted recession.

Jul 14 08:07


After weeks of denying that vaccine passports would be introduced into everyday domestic life in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Monday that the government will ask nightclubs, pubs, and anywhere where people gather to adopt the measure ‘as a matter of social responsibility’.

The announcement was again completely vague, with little details on exactly what venues will be made to use the NHS COVID app system as “a means of entry,” or how it will be managed and enforced.

The only details that were given by ministers are that it will be ‘encouraged’ anywhere where people are “likely to be in close proximity to others outside their household.”

So everywhere then.

Jul 14 07:27

UK Government Plans Statute of Limitations to Block Northern Ireland Troubles Prosecutions

More than 3,600 people suffered violent deaths during The Troubles - 30 years of sectarian strife in Northern Ireland, which was ended by the Good Friday Agreement. But in the last 20 years there have been repeated attempts to get to the bottom of who perpetrated certain atrocities and bring them to justice.

The Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis has announced plans to introduce a statute of limitations which would effectively block the prosecution of soldiers for crimes committed during The Troubles.

It comes two weeks after the Public Prosecution Service in Northern Ireland dropped charges against two retired British Army soldiers over incidents during The Troubles. One of them, Soldier F, was accused of murdering two unarmed men - James Wray and William McKinney - on Bloody Sunday in Londonderry in 1972.

Jul 13 10:16

MPs back reducing foreign aid budget

Jul 13 07:31

NHS Waiting List Could Hit 13 Million Due to Coronavirus Backlog

The health secretary has admitted that National Health Service (NHS) waiting lists could rise to 13 million in the next few months due to lockdowns and the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

The revelation comes just days after it was revealed that NHS England waiting lists had reached a record high for the second month in a row, with 5.3 million people waiting for treatment.

In an interview with The Telegraph, the newly-appointed health secretary, Sajid Javid, admitted his department had estimated that in the next few months, that figure could more than double. Just last week, the health secretary claimed that around seven million people normally expected to have sought treatment for health problems, including possible cancer and heart disease and mental health issues, did not do so during the pandemic.

Jul 12 22:36

Politicians And Media 'Told to Stop Fabricating Culture Wars' Because They're Losing

UK thinktanks have hired Frank Luntz to tell Britain's ruling class to stop "fabricating culture wars" and pushing woke bull**** because it's triggering a massive backlash.

Jul 12 10:31

Britain records 34,471 Covid cases as infections rise by 26% in a week but deaths fall slightly to just six


Jul 12 09:01

While you were distracted

What’s wrong with the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

MPs called the Bill a “trojan horse”, holding within its nearly 300 pages of draft legislation a mixture of uncontentious measures and extremely controversial ones. The most damaging sections for the trade union movement fall within Part 3, which one MP said “would make a dictator blush” in its severe curtailing of the right to protest.

Jul 12 08:35

UK Treasury admits to wiping data from over 100 department phones after officials made mistakes entering PIN codes

Sensitive data from over 100 UK Treasury phones, including text messages related to the Greensill lobbying scandal involving former Prime Minister David Cameron, was deleted after officials apparently entered incorrect pins.

Jul 12 08:18

Is your takeaway about to become more expensive because of port chaos? One restaurant boss says ingredients prices are rising weekly...

The price of your favourite takeaway could increase in the coming months with one restaurant boss saying the cost of importing ingredients is rising weekly.

As This is Money has pointed out since last summer, container chaos at Britain's ports has had a detrimental hit on many businesses who rely on imports - and the problem appears to be worsening.

One small business owner in Essex says the cost of a container coming through Felixstowe from the Far East is now being billed at $17,000 - a price that has rocketed since the start of the pandemic.

The potential rise in takeaway costs is down to these delays at the ports and higher prices, according to an investigation by Foodhub.

Jul 12 08:14

Covid: Children's extremely low risk confirmed by study

Scientists from University College London, and the Universities of York, Bristol and Liverpool say their studies of children are the most comprehensive yet anywhere in the world.

They checked England's public health data and found most of the young people who had died of Covid-19 had underlying health conditions:

Around 15 had life-limiting or underlying conditions, including 13 living with complex neuro-disabilities
Six had no underlying conditions recorded in the last five years - though researchers caution some illnesses may have been missed
A further 36 children had a positive Covid test at the time of their death but died from other causes, the analysis suggests
Though the overall risks were still low, children and young people who died were more likely to be over the age of 10 and of Black and Asian ethnicity.

Researchers estimate that 25 deaths in a population of some 12 million children in England gives a broad, overall mortality rate of 2 per million children.

Jul 11 21:19

UK Labour Party to vote against ‘Freedom of Speech’ bill, claiming it will embolden ‘hate speech’

The British Labour Party will oppose a Tory-sponsored bill that would allow “deplatformed” political speakers to sue universities. Labour leader Keir Starmer claims the bill will enable “Holocaust deniers” and “anti-vaxxers.”

Jul 11 00:13

Covid: NHS backlog in England could reach 13 million, says Sajid Javid

NHS waiting lists in England could more than double in the coming months, the health secretary has said.

Sajid Javid told the Sunday Telegraph officials warned the current waiting list of 5.3 million "could get worse".

Mr Javid said he was shocked to learn during his first days in the job that one projection estimated the backlog could amount to 13 million patients.

Jul 10 12:11

Up to 40% of 'Covid hospital patients' infected with Delta variant may have been admitted for a different illness, official figures suggest

Four out of 10 patients hospitalised with the Indian Covid variant in England may have been admitted for something else, MailOnline analysis of official data suggests.

Public Health England's fortnightly report on the 'Delta' strain showed a total of 1,904 people had spent at least one night in hospital with the mutant virus by June 21.

But the agency admits 739 (39 per cent) of these patients may have gone to hospital for a different condition or injury and tested positive through routine NHS testing.

Experts said the findings show that a significant number of the Covid admissions reported by the Government every day will be 'incidental cases'.

Jul 10 12:00

Just 25 'Under 18s' Died From COVID In England, 100s Died From Suicide And Trauma

New figures released by researchers in the UK show that just 25 under-18’s died from COVID from March 2020 to February 2021, two-thirds of whom had “chronic” health conditions, and that lockdown measures aimed at children “may prove a greater risk than that of SARS-CoV-2 itself.”

The numbers show that there is around a 1 in 500,000 chance of children dying from coronavirus in England, and that includes victims of pre-existing medical conditions, like heart disease and cancer.

“More than 75 per cent of the children who died had chronic conditions, while two thirds had more than one underlying condition and 60 per cent had life-limiting conditions,” reports the Daily Mail.

During the same time period, 124 children died from suicide and 268 died from trauma.

Jul 10 10:04

UK used fear to control people during coronavirus pandemic, says new book

Fear is perhaps the most effective, reliable and proven weapon for tyrants to control people. The same is true in medical tyranny.

Members of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behavior (SPI-B) expressed regret about the “unethical” and “totalitarian” tactics in a new book about the role of psychology in the UK government’s COVID-19 response.

“Clearly, using fear as a means of control is not ethical. Using fear smacks of totalitarianism. It’s not an ethical stance for any modern government,” said Gavin Morgan, a psychologist on the team. Morgan spoke to author Laura Dodsworth, who has spent a year investigating the UK government’s tactics for her book titled “A State of Fear,” which was published on May 17.

Jul 09 05:31

REVEALED: The Alcohol Industry’s Power Over the British Government and Politics (Prof. David Nutt)

Jul 08 06:45

Remembering the 2001 English Race Riots

The racialist is bound to an instinctive love-hate relationship with the race riot. On the one hand, racial violence is a cause for sorrow and disgust. It represents the fullest expression of the violent disintegration of prior ethnic homogeneity. On the other hand, the race riot is a powerful vindication and an unveiling. It’s an honest illustration of ethnic truths that are always present but often covered up by a variety of bribes, propaganda devices, excuses, and false or temporary panaceas. For the racialist, ethnic conflict is a predictable, inevitable, and violent eruption of reality into the dreamlike fantasy of multiculturalism. The race riot, with its explosive unraveling of communal grudges and hostilities, can be postponed, reinterpreted, and badly explained by those in power, but, for the racialist, it cannot ever be permanently avoided; its potential is etched into the very fabric of the multicultural project.

Jul 07 10:04

UK Government Launches Multi-Front Attack On Freedom Of Expression Under Guise Of National Security

Matt Hancock’s bungling effort to conceal his affair with Gina Coladangelo may give hope to some that all government attempts to keep information from the public will be equally futile.

Unfortunately, the government has launched a carefully targeted multi-front offensive to hide its activities more effectively. Among measures being considered or already under way are a reformed Official Secrets Act that will conflate investigative journalism and whistleblowing with espionage. On another front, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is being crippled by rejecting requests and under-resourcing. At an individual level, ministers and senior officials escape scrutiny by using encrypted messaging services that can make conversations disappear from the record.

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Secrecy begets tyranny!

Jul 07 09:49

Read this and you’ll see how ‘Covid’ restrictions are founded on psychological manipulation and not health – and everyone involved since the hoax began must face a Nuremberg jury

The study, based on two surveys during 2020 and published on Wednesday in the Royal Society Open Science journal, found members of the public in the UK judged the threat of Covid “via the magnitude of the policy response” from government.

Lead author Dr Colin Foad, from Cardiff University, said: “Surprisingly, we found that people judge the severity of the Covid-19 threat based on the fact the government imposed a lockdown – in other words, they thought ‘it must be bad if government’s taking such drastic measures’.

“We also found that the more they judged the risk in this way, the more they supported lockdown.

“This suggests that if and when ‘freedom day’ comes and restrictions are lifted, people may downplay the threat of Covid.”

Jul 07 08:01

'Food not fit for an ANIMAL': Family claim they were treated 'like prisoners' and waited NINE hours for stale sandwiches during £3,050 quarantine stay at Holiday Inn Express... where staff said 'you can always order a takeaway’

A couple who stayed in a quarantine hotel have revealed how they were served stale food they could barely eat and sometimes made to wait more than nine hours for it to be delivered to their room.

Muhammad Imran, 62, and his wife Tahira Sultana, 57, fumed that during their stay they were 'treated like prisoners' and when they complained to hotel staff about the dire meals they were told: 'You can always order a takeaway.'

Mr Imran and his wife spent 12 days at the Holiday Inn Express in Luton after arriving from Pakistan in June.

They were forced to extend their mandatory quarantine period of 10 days for arrivals from a red list country by an extra two days after Ms Sultana tested positive for COVID-19 while at the hotel.

They paid a total of £3,050 for three people, with Mr Imran's sister Zaeema sharing a room with them to save costs.

Jul 07 07:07


Jul 06 19:18

Boris Johnson's green drive to make UK carbon emissions net zero could add astonishing £469BILLION to national debt, warns OBR economic watchdog

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) laid out the astonishing figure in a chilling report highlighting the dangers the country faces as it emerges from the 'largest peacetime economic and fiscal shock in three centuries'.

Jul 06 07:37

Family demand answers as father-of-two, 57, fights for life on ventilator with potentially-deadly Guillain-Barre syndrome after having AstraZeneca covid jab

Anthony Shingler, 57, from Northwood in Stoke-on-Trent, was left 'paralysed' after having his first dose of the jab three months ago in March.

Jul 06 06:35

Indoctrination is replacing education in UK schools as the mission to erase British cultural values intensifies

A leading UK teaching union is demanding the decolonisation of all elements of education. This focus on turning its members into political activists will only deprive children of quality schooling and debase British culture.

Something has gone seriously wrong when the National Education Union (NEU), the largest teachers’ union in England, decides that its mission is to indoctrinate school children rather than educate them.

A document produced by the 450,000-member NEU declares that there is an “urgent” need to “decolonise” every subject and every stage of the curriculum. The urgency of taking these dramatic measures is justified in light of the recent Black Lives Matter protests and Covid-19 pandemic.

Jul 06 05:41

Russia Calls on UK to Stop Provocations in Black Sea

Russia calls on the United Kingdom to stop provocations after the incident with the warship HMS Defender, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said, adding that the Black Sea is not a place for "such games".

"You need to speak as directly as possible with provocateurs, substantively explaining on your fingers that next time they should leave their provocations aside and not meddle in here … And the risks of conflict as a result of this may increase even more. The Black Sea is not the place where such games are permissible", Ryabkov said in an interview with the magazine Mezhdunarodnaya Zhizn, published on Tuesday.

Jul 05 08:02

Dad's outrage as he's quoted £71,000 for week-long family holiday in UK

Paul Nickerson looked at renting a modest holiday home for himself, his partner and three young sons aged under five to enjoy a getaway in August. However, the owner of the three-bed home in St Ives, Cornwall, wanted a whopping £10,232 per night for the week stay.

Paul, a Conservative councillor for Minster and Woodmansey in Beverley, East Yorkshire, was disgusted with the price, which is more than double the UK annual wage of £31,000.

Jul 05 07:50

BBC splashes out 'tens of thousands of pounds' on new logo that looks exactly like the old one

The BBC has come under fire over claims it spent 'tens of thousands of pounds' on a new logo which looks virtually the same as the previous one.

The logo, made up of the three iconic 'BBC' blocks, features a smaller font and blocks which are slightly further apart than the ones featured in the former logo.

Insiders told the Sun that taxpayers' money was used to fund the minimal redesign with the newspaper reporting the costs ran into the 'tens of thousands of pounds'.

Jul 03 19:30

Decolonise your desks, demands teaching union in ‘sinister’ new escalation of culture wars

School classroom layouts are “shaped by colonisation”, Britain’s biggest teaching union has claimed in new guidance....School classroom layouts are “shaped by colonisation”, Britain’s biggest teaching union has claimed in new guidance.

The National Education Union (NEU) suggests that curriculums, the design of school classrooms and the structure of their daily routines have colonial roots.

The 450,000-member union says there is an “urgent” need to “decolonise” every subject and every stage of the school curriculum, especially since last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests and the Covid-19 pandemic.

A new NEU report, seen by The Telegraph, discusses how specialists could “train teachers and schools on whiteness, anti-racism, creating tools for critical self-reflection and understanding the system”, and “make white privilege and colonialism visible” in schools.

Jul 02 19:18

Covid explosion warning: Expert predicts '100,000 daily cases' by lockdown end

THE UK will be recording 100,000 COVID-19 cases a day by July 19, the UK's former Chief Scientific Adviser Sir David King has warned in a sobering analysis.

This is easily done when the PCR is set to 45 cycles:


Jul 02 07:35

Hot Off the Press: Vaccines rejected by Palestinian Authority may end up in the UK

Ten Days ago the The Palestinian Authority rejected 90,000 vaccine doses from Israel because they were ‘almost expired.’ Earlier that day, Israel announced that it would transfer up to 1.4 million doses of Pfizer’s vaccine to the Palestinian territory. But almost as soon as the first 90,000 doses arrived to Ramallah, the PA said it would send them back as they were about to become dated.

But Israel didn’t give up. It may have found an easier customer for its nearly expired vaccines.

The Israeli News 12 revealed today that an “advanced negotiation between Israel and the UK on a vaccine exchange deal” is taking place.

Jul 01 19:54

SHOCKING! – Number of Adverse Reactions to Covid Vaccines surpasses One Million according to UK Gov.’s 22nd update

The Pfizer jab has so far had 223,404 reported adverse reactions, whereas the Oxford jab has had more than three times the amount, with 762,706 adverse reactions being reported up the 23rd June 2021. There have also been 18,548 adverse reactions to the Moderna vaccine, and 2,595 adverse reactions where the brand of vaccine was not specified. This means the total number of adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines has now surpassed the one million mark in the United Kingdom, now standing at a total of 1,007,253.

This means that for every 43 people that have been vaccinated an adverse reaction has been suffered.

Jul 01 10:37

High street retail giant Gap to close all UK and Ireland stores

High street retail giant Gap has announced it will be closing all stores in the UK and Ireland by the end of 2021.

The company said it intends to take business online “in a phased manner” from the end of August through to the end of September this year.

It added it would provide “support and transition assistance” to colleagues following the closures, though did not specify how many employees had been affected.

The retailer has been active in the UK since 1987 and has had stores in the Republic of Ireland since 2006.

Jul 01 09:43

Washing machines and dishwashers will last longer and be easier to repair under new rules for manufacturers coming into force TODAY

Manufacturers must make home products such as washing machines and dishwashers easier to repair under new standards coming into force on Thursday.

White goods and televisions will be cheaper to run and last longer as a result of the new energy efficiency rules to tackle 'premature obsolescence' – a short lifespan deliberately built into an appliance by manufacturers which leads to unnecessary and costly replacements for the consumer.

Manufacturers are now legally obliged to make spare parts for products available to consumers for the first time – a new legal right for repairs – so that electrical appliances can be fixed easily.

Jul 01 05:36

Britain is broken, let down by authoritarian, lying leaders who have utter contempt for the people who elect them

Matt Hancock’s tawdry affair and rule breaking, and his backing by Boris Johnson, are just the latest examples of dismal leadership in the UK. How much longer are the British people prepared to put up with it?

Another week, another Tory drama, this time involving Matt Hancock and Prime Minister Boris Johnson. But the ‘root causes’ in the background of this latest episode require closer public scrutiny. Because many of today’s politicians seem to have forgotten that government is about leadership – leaders who provide governance and security by ensuring that the wishes for and promises to the electorate who placed them in office are guaranteed. People do not accept rulers, but they do demand leaders.

Jun 30 16:54

UK government recruits “behavioral warfare” psychologists to engineer vaccine compliance schemes

Not enough people are willingly lining up to get injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) so the British government is resorting to “behavioral warfare” programs to try to brainwash the masses into compliance.

According to reports, government bureaucrats in the United Kingdom are now hiring “behavioral warfare” psychologists to come up with devious new ways of convincing the vaccine “hesitant” to roll up their sleeves and permanently alter their DNA in order to help “flatten the curve.”

Mind manipulation experts are busily scheming up fresh ideas to “sell” the notion that “vaccines” are the best and only way to stay “safe” against the Chinese Infection. And their tactics are also slated for use right here in the United States, we now know.

Jun 30 13:45

Covid: NHS plans booster jab for those 50 and over before winter

A bigger flu season than normal is expected, meaning extra protection against Covid is likely to be needed.

More than 30 million of the most vulnerable should receive a third dose, vaccine experts are advising.

They will include all adults aged 50 and over, and anyone younger who qualifies for a flu jab.

Jun 30 12:39

US Spy Plane Was Involved In Warning Shot Incident With UK: Putin

The details of last week's Royal Navy HMS Defender incident near Crimea in the Black Sea which saw "warning shots" fired by the Russian side continue to be shrouded in mystery and accusations and counter-accusations between the Kremlin and the West.

On Wednesday Russian President Vladimir Putin inserted a new bombshell allegation regarding the dangerous June 23 encounter which could have sparked open conflict. During a live call-in news show, an annual tradition where the Russian leader fields ordinary citizens' direct questions, Putin said that a US reconnaissance aircraft was present during the incident.

Jun 30 09:50

Why most people who now die with Covid in England have had a vaccination

Don’t think of this as a bad sign, it’s exactly what’s expected from an effective but imperfect jab

Jun 30 07:01

Now Covid app causes chaos at pubs and restaurants: Wetherspoon, Hawksmoor and other venues are hit by staff absences with some forced to CLOSE as workers are pinged by test and trace app - as bosses call for 'test and release' scheme

Pubs and restaurants already hit by severe labour shortages are being forced to close due to the NHS Covid app repeatedly telling staff to self-isolate - which they must do so for up to ten days even if they test negative for Covid.

Hospitality bosses are calling for a 'test and release' scheme to relieve the crisis, which last week saw 46 members of staff at a Wetherspoons in Weston-super-Mare forced to stay at home after coming into contact with positive cases.

Small businesses are particularly struggling, with one restaurant in Liverpool revealing it lost a quarter of its workforce over the weekend on top of an existing labour shortage caused by Brexit and employees quitting over lockdown.

Jun 29 13:40

UK house prices surge again

Jun 29 13:07

Naughty boy Hancock had to go. But is replacement Javid an even bigger threat to UK’s health service?

Stuart Littlewood warns of what the UK's new health secretary, Sajid Javid – a self-proclaimed "proud, British-born Muslim", arch-Zionist and Israel flag waver – might do to the National Health Service given his "strange set of moral values" and "defective eyesight".>>

Jun 29 11:42

Warnings From Behind The Curtain

Jun 29 10:54

Smaller firms express anger at quarantine exemption plans for big business

Foreign business leaders will no longer need to quarantine when arriving in England if their trip is likely to have a significant economic benefit to the UK, the government has announced.

The exemption will be for arrivals from amber-list countries, and only given in exceptional circumstances, the Department for Business (BEIS) said.

Some business groups and MPs expressed anger as it excludes smaller companies.

But BEIS said it would balance economic interests with public safety.

Some critics said it should include all business travel and key workers. Labour's Angela Rayner and Manchester's Labour Mayor, Andy Burnham, said it smacked of one rule for the rich and one for the rest.

Jun 29 08:43

The Biggest Protest In British History?

Jun 29 08:20

Covid was still behind fewer than one in 100 deaths in England last week despite fatalities rising 12% — and Wales recorded ZERO victims for the first time since the pandemic began

An Office for National Statistics (ONS) report published today found that 74 people died directly from Covid in the week ending June 18, which was up 12 per cent on the week before.

Wales recorded no deaths from the virus in the most recent week, for the first time since the pandemic began.

In England, 102 people who died in the latest week had Covid mentioned on their death certificate, up from 84 a week earlier. But only 74 of them were caused directly by the virus, with the rest dying from other causes.

In total, there were 9,459 deaths registered in England and Wales in the most recent week, meaning just 0.78 per cent were caused by Covid – the equivalent of one in 127.

Jun 29 08:00

Barred – a GP with the courage to say No to vaccines

A GP who resigned his ‘job for life’ as a partner with a Hampshire practice because of his doubts about Covid-19 vaccines has been suspended by NHS England for questioning coronavirus protocol.

Jun 29 07:32

Hong Kong Bars UK Travelers Over "Extremely High" COVID Risks As Crackdown On "Foreign Influence" Continues

After Hong Kong police arrested more journalists from the now-defunct Apple Daily over the weekend, a sign that Beijing's crackdown on democratic freedoms under the guise of the new "national security" law isn't letting up, health authorities on Monday announced that they would bar travelers from the UK after reintroducing the UK to HK's list of "extremely high-risk" countries.

Two sources confirmed the decision to the SCMP, the biggest English-language newspaper in HK (it's also owned by Jack Ma, who is now officially under the CCP jackboot). The move comes just days after the city tightened quarantine rules for foreign visitors, and also after reports in the western press claimed Beijing plans to keep its borders closed to almost all foreign travelers until the second half of next year (with a handful of exceptions for countries with high vaccination rates).

Jun 29 07:07

Warmongering British Actions in the Black Sea

The pre-positioning of the BBC correspondent on HMS Defender shatters the pretense that the BBC is something different to a state propaganda broadcaster. It also makes plain that this propaganda exercise to provoke the Russian military was calculated and deliberate. Indeed that was confirmed by that BBC correspondent’s TV news report last night when he broadcast that the Defender’s route “had been approved at the very highest levels of the British government.”

The Prime Minister does not normally look at the precise positions of British ships. This was a deliberate act of dangerous belligerence.

Jun 29 07:05

HMS Defender Versus the Russian Military: The Danger of Believing Your Own Propaganda

Less than two weeks after NATO members reaffirmed allegiance to Article 5 – that an attack on one member was an attack on all members – the UK nearly put that pledge to the test. In a shockingly provocative move, the UK’s HMS Defender purposely sailed into Crimean territorial waters on its way to Georgia.

Press reports suggest that there was a dispute between the UK defense and foreign ministries over whether to violate Russia’s claimed territorial waters with a heavily armed warship. According to reports, Prime Minister Boris Johnson himself jumped in to overrule the more cautious Foreign Office in favor of confrontation.

As Johnson later claimed, because the UK (and the US) does not recognize Russian sovereignty over Crimea, the UK was actually sailing through Ukrainian waters. It was an in-your-face move toward Russia just weeks after the US and NATO were forced to back down from a major clash with Russia in eastern Ukraine

Jun 29 07:02

Boris Johnson Defies Vladimir Putin’s Claim to Crimea

About that clash between a British destroyer and Russian warplanes and warships in the Black Sea last week there are conflicting versions.

The Kremlin version is the more dramatic.

HMS Defender, says Moscow, entered the Black Sea, made port in Odessa, Ukraine, and then sailed for Batumi on the coast of Georgia.

However, the British warship traversed Russia’s territorial waters at the tip of the Crimean peninsula, near Sevastopol, Russia’s principal naval base on the Black Sea.

The destroyer, say the Russians, had to be diverted by shellfire from a patrol boat and bombs dropped in its path by Sukhoi fighters.

London’s version: Defender sailed through waters off Crimea that belong to Ukraine. Russian gunfire was far off and unthreatening. No dropped bombs impeded the destroyer’s passage.

Jun 29 07:02

F-35B From British Carrier Flies Over Russian Forces Training To Sink Enemy Warships

The Russian naval task force deployed to Syria in recent days appears to have stepped up its drills in the eastern Mediterranean. At the same time, a recent video shows that at least some of the Russian participants have been shadowed by F-35B stealth jets operating from the U.K. Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth that’s conducting combat operations in the region, against ISIS targets. The latest Russian maneuvers come as tensions between Moscow and the United Kingdom remain high, after a Royal Navy destroyer sailed in waters close to Russian-occupied Crimea last week, and as large-scale, U.S.-led maneuvers in the Black Sea kick off today.

Jun 29 06:58

Boris Johnson, the Pyromaniac Prime Minister

The incident of 23 June off the coast of Crimea when the British destroyer HMS Defender intentionally crossed into the territorial waters of the Russian Federation and was shooed away by Russian coast guard vessels and fighter jets has received a modicum of coverage in Western Europe, much more coverage in the U.K., itself, where the fissures within Boris Johnson’s cabinet in advance of the adventure came to light, exposing the remarkable fact that the go/no-go dispute between the Defense and the Foreign Ministry was settled by decision of the Prime Minister himself.

Jun 29 06:32

Will the Russians Sink a British Ship the Next Time Around?

To begin, let’s recap what just happened in the Crimean waters. First, the HMS Defender deliberately entered the Russian waters under the pretext that the Brits don’t recognize what they call the “annexation” of Crimea. The Brits deny it, but after seeing 4 bombs explode ahead of the HMS Defender, they altered their course as the Russians demanded.

Next, before looking into this deeper, let’s also keep in mind the following fact: the entire Black Sea is a de facto “Russian lake” meaning that Russia has the full military control of the Black Sea. For those alternatively gifted, let me explain what this means:

Jun 28 18:09

Students at two London universities are warned they need 'explicit verbal consent' before hugging or patting anyone on the back inside their union under strict 'safe space' policies

Students at two London universities must obtain 'explicit verbal consent' before touching anyone inside their student union or risk being barred under safe space rules, MailOnline can today reveal.

The directives at Goldsmiths and SOAS mean that students wanting to hug their friends or pat them on the back to say well done must ask in advance before doing so or risk being turfed out by security staff.

Both student unions have bars at their headquarters and regularly run party nights, where the requirement to ask permission before touching anyone would also apply in a bid to uphold 'physical and emotional boundaries'.

Jun 28 11:40

Behavioural Warfare and Covid-19: Why are Psychologists Advising the Government?

By Insight History

There is a war on for your mind, as behavioural scientists increasingly shape the narrative that you hear and see. This is especially true in regards to Covid-19. As a UK government document from March of last year stated, “many issues around the coronavirus response relate to behaviour.”

This is why the UK government has an entire team of behavioural scientists who work to improve public compliance with scientific dictates in relation to Covid-19. It is called the Independent Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B), with a similar group formed during the co-called swine flu pandemic of 2009/10 and the Ebola crisis of 2014...

Jun 28 08:14

Mother-of-three, 47, dies after AstraZeneca Covid jab caused blood clots on her brain which led to a stroke

Lucy Taberer, 47, fell seriously ill after getting the jab and developed blood clots in her brain which caused a stroke.

Her heartbroken fiance, Mark Tomlin, from Aylestone in Leicester, has since spoken about the devastating impact her death has had on the family including the couple's five-year-old son Orson.

He said Lucy, a playgroup leader, initially experienced mild side effects in the days after she was vaccinated at the Peepul Centre in Belgrave on March 19.

But her condition gradually worsened, causing her to be rushed into hospital. Despite best efforts by medics to save her, she died 22 days after being vaccinated.

A post-mortem found the mother, who had no known health issues, had suffered from cerebral venous sinus thrombosis - a rare and deadly type of brain clot.

Jun 28 07:16

Hundreds of Thousands Take to the Streets in London to Protest And Fight for Their Children

Massive crowds took to the streets of London today to protest against COVID tyranny.

Video footage from the air and on the ground show massive crowds.

Jun 28 06:59

UK High Tax on Meat and Dairy Products Coming - Mass Food Shortages, Food Riots

Jun 28 06:40

British MoD Documents “Found at Bus Stop” Are Disinformation

This is garbage. The green and red lines were not HMS Defender’s only choices of getting to Georgia. The ship could have easily taken the short, green route, but simply stayed 12 nautical miles from Crimea instead of the 10 miles it opted for. You can easily do the green route without running afoul of the Russians. The red route with the gigantic detour is bizarre alright, but also has no connection to reality and is simply tacked on to make the alternative look like the more practical and reasonable option by comparison.

The regime media knows what to say:

A series of slides prepared at PJHQ shows two routeing options, one described as “a safe and professional direct transit from Odessa to Batumi”, including a short stretch through a “Traffic Separation Scheme” (TSS) close to the south-west tip of Crimea.

This route, one slide concluded, would “provide an opportunity to engage with the Ukrainian government… in what the UK recognises as Ukrainian territorial waters.”

Jun 28 05:59

England Releases a Report Revealing 62% of Alleged COVID Deaths Are People Who’ve Been Vaccinated

The unvaccinated make for 58% of the cases but 37% of the deaths, however, this is a function of the unvaccinated being on average younger than the vaccinated. Among the over 50s the unvaccinated make for 10 percent of the cases, but 38 percent of the deaths. This would imply the vaccine offers some protection against a COVID death but not at the claimed 90+ percent efficacy.

The fully vaccinated with two doses make up for 44 percent of the cases among the over 50s, but 46 percent of such deaths. This would imply a single dose offers better protection than two doses but is in fact again a function of age — the older an individual is, the likelier they are to be fully vaccinated. Thus in fact age, rather than vaccination status, remains the biggest risk factor by far.

Jun 28 05:29

Uk food Shortages coming

Jun 27 11:20

The silence from BBC News, Sky News, & GB News is deafening after hundreds of thousands of people marched for your Freedom on June 26th

People who have never protested in their lives were compelled to attend the march for freedom, and it doesn’t matter what they believe, they were all there united for one thing – your freedom. Because they can see the lies and suffering that has been lumbered on the British people over the past 15 months.

The complete lack of mainstream reporting on the largest protest the UK has ever seen says it all. As does the lies and smear attempts by those that did mention the event. It proves that you cannot trust a thing the mainstream media has to say, they are clearly in the pockets of the authorities and will only report on what fits the agenda of the day. To report that up to one million people were marching through London for your freedom and against the medical tyranny that has infested the UK would have woken far too many sleeping lions from their slumber.

BBC News, Sky news, and GB News should hang their heads in shame.

Jun 27 11:16

MP Says ‘Important People’ Shouldn’t Need to Quarantine Under COVID Rules

One rule for them...

A Conservative MP inadvertently provided an insight into the hypocrisy of lockdown when he said that “people who are important” shouldn’t have to follow the same COVID-19 quarantine rules as the rest of the population.

MP John Whittingdale was speaking about special measures that allow UEFA officials and multi-millionaire football players to enter the UK to take part in the Euro 2020 final on July 11.

While ordinary Brits cannot even go on holiday to most destinations and have to quarantine on return, the government has changed the rules to enable VIPs with a “Euro 2020 invite” to avoid having to self-isolate or quarantine when they arrive in the country.

Jun 27 00:13

Sajid Javid to replace Matt Hancock as new Health Secretary

Sajid Javid was appointed as Health Secretary on Saturday night after Matt Hancock quit his role having breached social distancing rules.

Flashback - Sajid Javid: Why has the ex-chancellor been allowed to work for JP Morgan?

Sajid Javid resigned as chancellor back in February 2020 after being told to sack his advisers. Six months later he has taken up a job with US bank JP Morgan on an undisclosed salary and will sit on their advisory council for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Jun 26 19:47

HUGE anti-lockdown protest hits London, as city braces for weekend of demonstrations (VIDEO)

Thousands of protesters are marching through London demanding an end to lockdown restrictions. The weekend will be a busy one for the city’s police, with climate change and anti-austerity protests also taking place.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent decision to push back the UK’s reopening until later next month was an unpopular one, and thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of London on Saturday to show their discontent. Starting out from Hyde Park, throngs of people marched through the centre of the British capital, demanding an end to coronavirus-related restrictions.

Estimating crowd sizes is an inexact science, but attendance easily reached the thousands, if not tens of thousands. Some estimates put attendance into six figures.

"They're all right wing Neo-nazi racist conspiracy theorists!" - Official Drowning Street souce

Jun 26 12:13

UK regulator reports increase in period problems after coronavirus vaccination

For women, a change in their period isn’t listed as a side effect of vaccinations. But recent figures from the U.K.’s drug regulator reveal that nearly 4,000 women have reported having problems with their period after being vaccinated.

The report, obtained by The Sunday Times, showed the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) received 2,734 reports of menstrual cycle changes after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine. In addition, the agency received 1,158 reports related to the Pfizer vaccine and 66 reports related to the Moderna vaccine. Most reports were from women aged 30 to 49 and were compiled up to May 17.

According to the agency, actual figures may potentially be higher. Given the condition isn’t included as a potential side effect, many women may have period problems — including cycle changes and heavier-than-usual bleeding — that are unreported.

Jun 26 11:57

Whilst you’ve been distracted by Hancock’s affair, PHE released a report revealing 62% of alleged Covid deaths are people who’ve been vaccinated

PHE have compiled a helpful table which shows the number of alleged confirmed Delta variant cases in the UK alongside the number of alleged deaths due to the variant. The table shows that since the 1st February 2021 up to the 21st June 2021 there have been 9,571 alleged confirmed cases of the Delta variant in people over the age of 50. Of these 8,025 had been confirmed in the past 28 days alone.

But the data shows that people over the age of 50 who are unvaccinated account for just 10% of the alleged confirm Covid cases, whilst those who are fully vaccinated account for 37% of the alleged confirmed cases. A further 40% of the alleged cases are people who had received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine at least 21 days prior to their alleged confirmed Covid-19 infection.

Jun 26 06:18


British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “very sorry” after pictures of him kissing and embracing his top aide, a friend hired last year, were splashed on the front page of the Sun newspaper. However, he has said he will not resign.

Jun 25 10:34

‘Hands, face, space’: Brits troll health secretary for not following own guidance over reports of sneaky affair with aide

The British health secretary has been caught red-handed after photos of him snogging an aide in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, with no respect for his own social distancing rules, go viral.

In a story on Friday morning, Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s month of woe was compounded when The Sun published images taken from a CCTV camera of the minister snogging aide Gina Coladangelo.

The images, reportedly from May, show Hancock getting up close and personal with Coladangelo; his hands can be seen holding her backside as they make out in what is supposedly the Department of Health’s London HQ during office hours.

Jun 25 09:59

British PM Boris Johnson personally ordered warship into Crimean waters, ignoring warnings of his foreign secretary - media report

The British government signed off on a plan to sail a battleship through disputed waters off the coast of Crimea, over the objections of its foreign policy chief, according to bombshell new claims in London's Telegraph newspaper.

In a report released on Thursday night, the outlet – known to be close to Prime Minister Boris Johnson – alleged that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab had "raised concerns" about the mission, proposed by defense chiefs, in advance. He was reportedly worried that the move could hand a potential victory to Moscow.

The account of events claims that Johnson was ultimately called in to settle the dispute. The Type-45 destroyer HMS Defender was given its orders on Monday, ahead of a clash with the Russian navy and air force two days later.

Jun 25 09:28

UK Lockdown Architect Apologizes For Breaking COVID Rules Over Affair With Aide, Won't Resign

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was "very sorry" after pictures of him kissing and embracing his top aide, a friend hired last year, were splashed on the front page of the Sun newspaper. However, he has said he will not resign.

As Summit News' Paul Joseph Watson detailed earlier,yet another architect of the UK’s lockdown has been caught violating it as photos revealed Health Secretary Matt Hancock passionately kissing his mistress at a time when Brits were being told they shouldn’t even shake hands.

Jun 25 09:20

11 days of HELL at £2,400 quarantine hotel: Couple claim they were forced to eat 'cold, wet and difficult to digest' food while stuck in stuffy room with LOCKED windows for nearly 23 HOURS a day

A woman has revealed the conditions she and her husband experienced at a quarantine hotel in London following their return from the United Arab Emirates - claiming the 'shocking' food caused her 'serious distress'.

Tracey Smith, from Grimsby, repatriated to Dubai, a 'red-list' country, in February of this year to join her husband, Jim, who has lived there for the past two years.

However she flew back to the UK on May 11 as her home was due to be sold and checked in at the Courtyard by Marriott London City Airport for 11 nights under imposed quarantine conditions, at the price of £1,750.

In addition to the £1,750 fee Mrs Smith had to pay an extra £650 for her husband Jim, to stay at the hotel with her - bringing the total cost to £2,400.

Jun 25 09:15

Pupils are using FRUIT JUICE to get false positive Covid test results as schools issue warning to parents to be 'vigilant'

Pupils have been using fruit juice to get false positive Covid-19 test results as schools warn parents to be 'vigilant'.

When droplets of orange juice or fizzy drinks like coca-cola are placed on a lateral flow test it can produce a positive result because the acidity of the drink destroys the antibody proteins in the test.

And although it does not work every time, viral videos on Tik Tok and Instagram have been encouraging children across the UK to try the trick to get out of going to school.

One video seen by MailOnline was captioned 'fed up of going to school? Want to get a positive covid test? Use orange juice'.

Jun 25 08:21

Crimes against Humanity – UK Government release 21st report on Adverse Reactions to the Covid Vaccines

The MHRA Yellow Card scheme has been collecting reports on adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccines since the 9th December 2020, the day after the Pfizer jab was first administered in the UK under the emergency use authorisation it has been granted by the MHRA.

Since that date up until the 16th June 2021 there have been 973,435 adverse reactions including 1,356 deaths reported to the Yellow Card scheme. This number of adverse reactions alone means that for every 74 jabs that have been administered in the United Kingdom an adverse reaction has been suffered.

However, these numbers do not tell the whole story as an extraordinary amount of people are not even aware of the existence of the Yellow Card scheme, and the MHRA estimates that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported. This means the actual number of adverse reactions could be anywhere between 9.7 million and 97 million, whilst the number of deaths could be anywhere between 13.5 thousand and 135 thousand.

Jun 25 04:28

Russia Says British Destroyer’s Action a Provocation, Violation of International Law

The Kremlin voiced regret (the word of the Russian government news agency TASS) over yesterday’s incident – that should be Incident – with the British guided-missile destroyer HMS Defender targeting its missiles at Crimea while in Russian territorial waters. One might try to imagine which word or words the White House and State Department – make that the Defense Department – would have employed under analogous conditions (a similar event off the coast of Florida, say) in lieu of regret.

The British warship, some 1,700 miles from home, is one of three from NATO nations in the Black Sea currently – the destroyer USS Laboon and the Dutch frigate HNLMS Evertsen being the others – with a veritable armada ready to descend on the Black Sea on June 28 for the U.S.- and Ukraine-led 32-nation Sea Breeze exercise. Russia also regrets the upcoming naval maneuvers, stating they could give rise to “the risk of unintentional incidents.” A person might wonder how unintentional they would be.

Jun 24 22:03

Now for the not so good holiday news: Flight prices TRIPLE within hours of Grant Shapps putting 16 new countries including Balearics and Malta on the UK green list and saying double-jabbed amber travellers won't need to quarantine on their return

Flight prices to popular holiday destinations have tripled within hours of the government announcing its updated green list.

The cost of heading to Ibiza, Majorca, Menorca and Malta surged by up to 200 per cent after they were added to the quarantine-free areas.

Tickets for a return flight to Ibiza on July 3 and July 10 leaped from £149 to £314 while journeys on the same days to Majorca leaped from £153 to £478.

The soaring prices came just hours after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced via Twitter which countries had made the cut for the green list.

He said the Balearic islands - Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca - along with Madeira, Grenada, Barbados, and Bermuda have all been downgraded from amber to green.

It means holidaymakers will be able to return from these countries without being forced into quarantine for 10 days when arriving back in the UK.

Jun 24 22:02

Fury grows over football crowds as parents miss out on sports day: Ministers face backlash over plan to spare quarantine for thousands of football chiefs so they can attend Euro 2020 games at Wembley

A Tory backlash is growing against the plans to spare quarantine for thousands of football bigwigs so they can attend Euro 2020 games at Wembley.

Conservative MPs said it was ‘ridiculous’ that VIPs would be allowed to fly to the UK without isolating at the same time as parents are banned from watching school sports days.

As anger grew over the special treatment being arranged for up to 2,500 chiefs from Uefa and Fifa as well as big business sponsors, even a minister admitted some Covid rules looked inconsistent.

Jun 24 19:31


Jun 24 14:22

Russia releases VIDEO of British warship’s incursion into waters near Crimea, clearly contradicting London’s version of events

Russia has released a video showing a coast guard vessel warning the HMS Defender that it was violating its state border and firing warning shots at the British warship, challenging London’s assertions about Wednesday's encounter.

The short clip, released on Thursday by Russia’s Federal Security Bureau (FSB), shows the confrontation between a patrol ship and the ironically named Royal Navy destroyer that sailed past Cape Fiolent, near the Crimean city of Sevastopol on Wednesday.

“If you don’t change course to starboard, I will fire,” the coast guard vessel officer radioes the British destroyer, warning the warship it was about to violate Russian territorial waters.