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  • UK's Labour take 10-point opinion poll lead over scandal-hit Boris Johnson

    01/16/2022 1:06:31 AM PST · by RandFan · 16 replies
    Reuters ^ | Jan 16 | Reuters
    LONDON, Jan 14 (Reuters) - The scandal engulfing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over his conduct during coronavirus lockdowns has helped the opposition Labour Party to pull into a 10 point lead over the ruling Conservatives in a new opinion poll released on Friday. Johnson apologised to parliament on Wednesday and to Queen Elizabeth on Friday following a series of parties or gatherings that were held in his Downing Street residence at times when the country was under strict pandemic curbs. Pollster Savanta ComRes said a survey of 2,151 adults on Thursday and Friday put Labour up 5 points to...
  • Piers Morgan on Boris Johnson's "disgraceful" hypocrisy during "severe" Lockdown

    01/16/2022 6:47:33 PM PST · by RandFan · 17 replies
    twitter ^ | Jan 16 | Piers Morgan
    Piers Morgan nails it here. Clip..,
  • 'Brexit voters didn't vote for more immigration!' Boris Johnson's India visa plans slammed

    01/11/2022 5:25:20 AM PST · by Cronos · 15 replies
    Express ^ | 6 January 2022 | Ebun Hargrave
    BORIS Johnson was quizzed over whether Brexit would result in an increased number of visas made available to Indian workers in hopes of securing a deal with New Delhi. Tory MP Sir Edward Leigh questioned the Prime Minister over immigration policies and possible Brexit trade deals with India. Sir Edward told Boris Johnson that working-class Brexit voters did not want more immigration from other countries outside of Europe after voting for the UK to regain control of its borders. Mr Johnson leapt to his feet with a rebuttal to explain that the Government will not relax rules to entice Indian...
  • Napoleon III 'should be part of the post-Brexit deal': French historians want their last monarch to be returned from tomb in a Hampshire church

    03/01/2020 4:04:17 AM PST · by C19fan · 18 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | March 1, 2020 | Sophie Law
    French historians have demanded the return of Napoleon III in the wake of Brexit, whose remains lie in a tomb in Hampshire. The emperor, who was the final monarch to rule France before he died in exile in 1873, was laid to rest in a church in Farnborough. But historians in France are hoping to have his remains repatriated as part of a post-Brexit trade deal.
  • UK ministers eager to ease immigration rules for Indian citizens

    01/02/2022 2:17:32 PM PST · by Cronos · 14 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 1 January 2021 | Jane Clinton
    Ministers are keen to ease immigration restrictions in a bid to make it easier for thousands of Indian citizens to live and work in the UK as part of forthcoming trade talks. The potential offer will be under discussion when the international trade secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, travels to Delhi this month, reports the Times. Relaxing immigration rules for Indian citizens is a key demand from Delhi. Trevelyan is said to have the backing of the foreign secretary, Liz Truss, who is keen to curb China’s growing influence in the region. However, they are likely to meet strong resistance from the...
  • PART 1: EXCLUSIVE EXPOSING THE DEEP STATE TIES TO JAN 6: The Origin of the Russia Sham – Don Berlin’s Original Russia Dossier

    12/27/2021 7:20:05 AM PST · by bitt · 6 replies
    GATEWAY PUNDIT ^ | 12/27/2021 | Joe Hoft
    The origins of the first Russia dossier go back to 2002 when Don Berlin created Russia collusion stories involving billionaire brothers which were released to the Mainstream Media years later after the brothers became vocal supporters of Brexit. Dan Bongino shared in March 2019 that the Russia collusion scam was actually created a decade before President Trump’s campaign for the Presidency.
  • Macron humiliated as Belgium refuses to back him in fishing war – ‘Not our fight!’

    11/30/2021 12:20:27 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 18 replies
    Express UK ^ | November 25, 2021 | Alecks Phillips
    France had previously said it could stop UK boats landing in its ports, but backed down and returned to the negotiating table after the UK Government threatened to start “rigorous” checks... The ongoing row with the UK is being seen by many in Europe as an attempt by Mr Macron’s administration to garner domestic support and fend off political opponents in the run up to next April’s presidential election. One senior EU diplomat said: “It is quite clear that France is trying to use this dispute for domestic political purposes.” Another EU source told the Mail most governments within the...
  • Gibraltar---99% vaccinated and cases and deaths are on the rise (rapidly)

    08/05/2021 12:59:00 PM PDT · by mikelets456 · 19 replies
    World o meters ^ | 8/5/2021 | World o meters
    From "profecy update" Highly Vaccinated Iceland And Gibraltar Destroy Covid Vaccine Passport With Rising Cases Highly Vaccinated Iceland & Gibraltar DESTROY COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Narrative, – Vaccinated People Are The Biggest Spreaders It’s been drilled in our heads that this a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.” The mainstream media and health overlords have painted a picture that castsunvaccinated individuals as lepers of society. Dirty people responsible for all of the world’s problems. Super spreaders taking up valuable space in the hospital. But that narrative is falling apart thanks to the world’s most vaccinated countries. Let’s take Gibraltar first. Located on the...
  • Fully-Vaxxed (99%) Gibraltar Sees 2500 PERCENT SPIKE in COVID-19 Cases Per Day, Initiates New Lockdowns

    08/05/2021 9:59:12 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 170 replies
    NOQ Report ^ | 08/05/2021
    The nation of Gibraltar, which achieved a 99 percent vaccine compliance rate as of June 1, is now seeing an astounding spike in cases. The number of COVID cases per day have increased by an astounding 2500 percent since June 1, in the latest bit of evidence that the vaccine regime is not all it’s cracked up to be. As a result of the failure of the COVID-19 vaccine, Gibraltar is undergoing another lockdown of sorts , which is affecting public life for all of the countrymen who bought the Big Pharma propaganda and lined up for the shots. The...
  • Gibraltar, Iceland See MASSIVE Covid Spike Despite Over 90% of Population Vaccinated

    07/30/2021 10:58:24 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 46 replies
    Infowars ^ | 07/30/21 | Adam Salazar
    Stats coming out of several countries show vaccinated people are spreading Covid-19, as evidence mounts the vaccine is actually causing viral variants and infections as experts predicted.In Gibraltar, a peninsula in Spain, almost 99% of the population is fully vaccinated – that’s according to info provided by Google.https://twitter.com/MichaelPSenger/status/1420812757427908610Despite the high vaccination rate, Covid cases appear to be on the rise, increasing by 2,500 percent per day. The data is consistent with stats seen in Israel which show the delta variant running rampant despite a majority of the population being fully vaccinated.On Tuesday, it was reported by Israeli media that people...
  • Gibraltar to join Schengen, meaning border checks for Brits – but not Spain

    12/22/2020 9:58:16 AM PST · by Meatspace · 6 replies
    The London Economic ^ | 12/22/20 | Henry Goodwin
    Gibraltar is poised to strike a deal to enter the Schengen free movement area – meaning Brits will be required to show their passports on arrival, but people coming from Spain will not. Up to 15,000 Spaniards cross the country’s land border to work on the Rock – which has a population of less than 34,000 – each day. Brexit means that, from 1 January, Madrid would have been able to create a hard border between Spain and Gibraltar – which would have drastic effects for the territory’s economy.
  • Navy warships dispatched as Spain invades seas around Gibraltar

    05/23/2009 7:29:31 AM PDT · by yankeedame · 56 replies · 1,793+ views
    DailyMail.uk ^ | 23rd May 2009 | Daily Mail Reporter
    Navy warships dispatched as Spain invades seas around Gibraltar Royal Navy warships have forced heavily armed Spanish ships to retreat from British waters around Gibraltar. Relations between the 30,000 residents of the British outpost and mainland Spain have become strained following what the Foreign Office described as 'a violation of British sovereignty'. The warships were dispatched after Spanish ships sent boarding parties to inspect fishing boats in British waters, despite having no authority to do so. DISPUTE: Inhabitants are concerned the Spanish authorities want to control the British outpost of GibraltarThe Rock's inhabitants fear Spain could damage their economy by...
  • The Virginia Result Heralds The End of the ‘Obama Effect’.

    11/03/2021 5:45:02 PM PDT · by bitt · 31 replies
    national pulse ^ | 11/03/2021 | Raheem Kassam
    Just like the 2016 Brexit campaign, Obama's intervention may well have backfired. In April 2016, just months before he was due to leave the White House, then-U.S. President Barack Obama travelled to London, England to engage in a far shadier attempt at “foreign intervention” in another country’s election process than Donald Trump was ever party to. Arriving in London, he told an audience that Britain would find herself “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal with the United States if the public insisted on voting to leave the European Union. At that point in the campaign, the...
  • Dominic Cummings says UK always intended to ditch NI protocol

    10/13/2021 8:26:17 PM PDT · by Cronos · 2 replies
    The Guardian ^ | 13 October 2021 | Lisa O Carroll
    The UK government always intended to “ditch” the Northern Ireland protocol, Boris Johnson’s former adviser Dominic Cummings has claimed. In a string of tweets, Cummings said the flawed Brexit deal had been a way to get out of the electoral doldrums and “whack [Jeremy] Corbyn”, and “of course” the government should be allowed to “sometimes break deals… like every other state does”. His remarks have caused alarm in Dublin, where the former taoiseach Leo Varadkar, who negotiated the Northern Ireland protocol with Johnson at a meeting in Wirral in October 2019, said that, if true, they showed the government could...
  • Factories across Britain could be shut down for Christmas as gas bills soar

    10/11/2021 5:55:36 AM PDT · by RomanSoldier19 · 29 replies
    https://metro.co.uk/ ^ | Saturday 9 Oct 2021 9:38 am | Sam Petherick
    More industry leaders have warned that factories could close this winter as soaring energy costs eat into profitability. They said the production of items and materials ranging from toys, clothes, chocolate, paper, glass, lime, cement, ceramics and chemicals is on the line. A worst-case scenario could see steel plants close for good. The business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng met with representatives of energy-intensive trades who said electricity costs were up five times on normal levels. Taking aim afterwards, UK Steel’s Gareth Stace said the government has done ‘nothing’ to alleviate the crisis. By contrast, he claimed several European governments were investing...
  • Crisis looms in Britain, steel makers warn

    10/11/2021 5:39:55 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 3 replies
    Reuters via Yahoo UK ^ | October 11, 2021
    LONDON (Reuters) -The British steel industry's lobby group warned on Monday of an impending crisis due to soaring wholesale energy prices which could force plants into expensive shutdowns, stoke emissions and sow chaos through supply chains. A shortage of natural gas in Europe had sent prices for electricity and gas soaring, triggering sharp rises in the prices paid by people heating their homes or for major heavy industrial plants smelting steel. "These extraordinary electricity prices are leading to smaller or wiped-out profits and thus to less reinvestment," UK Steel, which lobbies on behalf of the British steel industry, said in...
  • Intel not considering UK chip factory after Brexit

    10/08/2021 2:55:46 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 4 replies
    bbc.com ^ | October 7, 2021 | Daniel Thomas
    The boss of Intel says the US chipmaker is no longer considering building a factory in the UK because of Brexit. Pat Gelsinger told the BBC that before the UK left the EU, the country "would have been a site that we would have considered". But he added: "Post-Brexit... we're looking at EU countries and getting support from the EU". Intel wants to boost its output amid a global chip shortage that has hit the supply of cars and other goods. The firm - which is one of the world's largest makers of semiconductors - says the crisis has shown...
  • FISH FURY France threatens to cut British energy supplies and mocks our fuel ­crisis as Brexit fishing row turns nasty

    10/05/2021 8:50:17 PM PDT · by blueplum · 13 replies
    The Sun uk ^ | 05 October 2021 | Nick Gutteridge
    FRANCE threatened to cut energy supplies to Britain and mocked the nation’s fuel ­crisis as the Brexit fishing row turned nasty. Europe minister Clement Beaune vowed to exploit the supply chaos to try to win more access to UK waters.... ...President Emmanuel Macron is angry that the UK and Jersey denied licences to most French boats that applied... ...No10, meanwhile, said it rejected licence applications only of boat owners with no records to show they fished UK waters before Brexit. Militant French fishermen have threatened to blockade Calais and stop the flow of goods to and from Britain in the...
  • Brexit means British workers can now demand proper market rates for the vital jobs they do and decent bosses will have to pay – as shroud-waving employers campaign for the return of cut-price EU labour

    10/02/2021 11:57:28 PM PDT · by Oshkalaboomboom · 4 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 10/02/2021 | David Jones
    The Germans could scarcely conceal their delight. According to Olaf Scholz, the socialist poised to succeed Angela Merkel as Chancellor of Germany, we can blame the shortage of lorry drivers, our half-empty supermarkets and closed petrol stations squarely at the feet of Brexit. Some might describe this as 'schadenfreude' – taking pleasure in the misfortune of others. It is, of course, a German word. But Herr Scholz's assessment is shared by a troubling number of people in Britain. People who should know better. Wherever we look, captains of industry are demanding we reopen our gates to the cheap foreign labour...
  • Second Presenter From Right-Wing GB News Channel Appointed Trustee of a UK Museum

    09/28/2021 4:14:36 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 2 replies
    THE ART NEWSPAPER ^ | 28 September 2021 | Gareth Harris
    Former Brexit Party candidate Inaya Folarin Iman joins board of the National Portrait Gallery in LondonInaya Folarin Iman, a presenter at the right-leaning UK television channel GB News, has been appointed by the government as a trustee at the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London for a four-year term. Earlier this year another GB News presenter, Mercy Muroki, joined the board of the Museum of the Home in east London. GB News, a 24-hour channel which launched in June, gives an "unapologetically partisan, right-of-centre take on events", said Adam Baxter, the director of standards at the regulator Ofcom. Bloomberg meanwhile...