Here’s an interesting example of how the press constantly give out half-truths and misleading information. This from a comment in the Indy. It is interesting that Benedict Cumberbatch and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle share John O’Gaunt as a common ancestor, but perhaps not such a coincidence when the statistics are considered. Each of us has
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Fears that Labour could slump to fewer than 150 seats at the next election are a “very serious warning” for the party, one shadow minister has said, after a Fabian Society report said it could get less than 20% of the vote. But it seems that is of no great concern to many in the
A short while ago we published an article based on the comments by a colleague of our Bring Back News To The BBC Facebook Page. The article was ‘The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Express – Time To Call Out These Racist Rags Of Hate’ and can be read here. Below we have printed a
The controversial human rights record of Gulf states should not be a bar to increased post-Brexit trade with them, Theresa May has said ahead of a high-profile visit to the Middle East. With her hosts having been sharply criticised for the way they suppressed protests during the Arab Spring, Ms May insisted closer ties will
The following was written by one of my fellow administrators on the FB page ‘Bring Back News To The BBC’. I would like to make a statement here that I am sure will be backed up by our other administrator on the page, Emma and say I am immensely proud to work with Abbas. The reason
Friday, 31st March 2017: D-DAY FOR THE GREAT BRITISH POUND By Friday, 31st March 2017… Theresa May plans that Britain will have finally begun its exit from Europe. But as it does, trigger-happy traders and EU bureaucrats could and probably will unleash a devastating attack on the Great British Pound… forcing its value to plummet…
Jobs of the future may not have stable hours, holiday pay, sick pay, or pensions, the Work and Pensions Secretary has said. But did he say all he thought. We have added a few extra comments to what he said. You may have trouble selecting what was said to what was not. Then again is
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Tens of thousands of families face being made homeless and thrown into poverty because of the new benefits cap , campaigners warn. However the work and pensions secretary, Damian Green, has said the cap, which will be lowered from today, costing almost 90,000 of Britain’s poorest families more than £2,000 a year, is a “real success”.
As May, that’s Theresa May the unelected PM who not only thinks the will of the British people is held by 37% of the voting public but also thinks parliament is no longer sovereign attempts to get the Indian government on her side by promising the exact opposite of what they want, let’s look at what the