Nigel Farage has been making angry videos on Twitter calling for the "EU Human Rights Act" to be scrapped. Great right? Except there's no such thing as the EU Human Rights Act.
Farage, determined to get rid of human rights and take us back to some sort of 1942 Nazi-dominated Europe is attempting to rally his simpleton-Brexit supporting followers against human rights by attempting to link them with the European Union....
Hundreds of people braving snow, freezing cold temperatures and a pandemic standing in line for a soup kitchen. Welcome to Britain, after almost eleven years of Conservative Party rule.
This is what four years of Donald Trump's presidency has led to...
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Hurrah, we've finally banned those pesky Norwegian fishing boats from our waters. WE ARE IN CHARGE.
The Express's fishing narrative Wait what? THEY DARE BAN OUR BOATS from their WATERS?
Honestly, why do people read this rubbish? It is entirely designed to increase the blood pressure in their elderly and susceptible-to-high-blood-pressure-readership.
After decades of being anti-EU and years of supporting the leave campaign the Daily Mail finally posts a slightly more objective look at what the Brexit deal actually means for us. Unsurprisingly, its almost entirely negative.
Daily Mail's Brexit benefits Working - That's right UK citizens now have less rights than EU citizens living in Britain. Passports - Forget using the fast-track e-gates at EU airports or Eurostar. Travel - You're now limited to 90 days stay in EU countries in any 180 day period, and pay for a visa-waver....
British "ex-pats" (as they're often referred to - when technically they're migrants) have noticed that streaming of British Sky programs no longer seems possible. Looks like sadly they'll need to integrate properly into Spain, and learn the language now - just like migrants to Britain frequently get told to.
Sky Go ends streaming across the EU Joey: "My parents who voted for Brexit and then moved to Spain. A photo story....
Looks like the Sun, and no doubt other right-wing press owned by Murdoch or otherwise are up to their old tricks.
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The Tories would like you to believe that a planned National Insurance increase of 1% for workers earning more than £20,000 a year will cause job losses. They haven't actually gone on to say anything specific about it. In the computer industry there's a little saying we have, FUD it stands for Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. Essentially the Tories are guilty of spreading FUD. They're trying to scare people into thinking this will lead to mass unemployment....
So the Pope is at it again. By being at it I of course refer only to spreading the word of his god.
The Pope has faced a backlash after urging Catholic bishops in England and Wales to fight the UK's Equality Bill with "missionary zeal".
Pope Benedict XVI said the legislation "violates natural law".
What has the Pope so worked up in the new Equalities Bill? Well in short one of the key aims is to extend discrimination protection into private clubs and associations....
Doesn't look terribly good for the Party of European Socialists. We should have made gains.
Because the socialists have failed to promote a socialist agenda. It's time for something a bit more radical - broad nationalisation - without compensation, about bringing entire sectors of the economy under workers' control - and about freeing the press from capital.