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Navigation data proves French military routinely enter UK waters overseeing trafficking

Over a crackling maritime radio comes the voice of the captain of the small French warship Aramis as it cruises the English Channel.

In heavily accented but precise English, he instructs P&O’s Pride of Kent ferry to move out of his way so he can shepherd a boat full of migrants floundering off the French coast towards English waters.


France Demands Every EU Nation Take Migrants

France has demanded that every EU country be forced to take in a share of illegal immigrants arriving on European soil.


UK Chief Scientific Officer has £600,000 of shares in Covid19 vaccine maker

Sir Patrick Vallance has a £600,000 shareholding in a pharmaceuticals giant which is racing to develop a Covid vaccine for the Government, a report has revealed.

The Chief Scientific Adviser holds the deferred bonus of 43,111 shares in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) from his time as president of the multinational company.


Islamic extremists launched brutal attack on prison officer using lumps of twisted metal

Footage has captured the moment two Islamic extremists allegedly launched a brutal attack on a prison officer using lumps of twisted metal after luring him into a store cupboard by asking for a replacement spoon. 


First migrants arrive in taxis at converted army barracks

The first migrants have arrived in taxis at an army barracks in Kent which has been converted into a 'dispersal facility'.

Around 20 migrants were brought to Napier Barracks in Folkestone on Tuesday where they could be housed for the up to a year.


Two more arrested from Rotherham's grooming gangs

Officers have made two more arrests as part of an investigation into the abuse of nine girls in Rotherham, alleged to have taken place around 17 to 20 years ago.


Our English School System Prioritises Minorities

White working-class children have been systematically disadvantaged in the United Kingdom as educational institutions prioritise children from minority backgrounds, a report submitted to the House of Commons Education Select Committee found.


Thousands of Anti-Lockdown Protesters take to London streets

Once again thousands of anti-lockdown demonstrators have gathered in London’s central Trafalgar Square. 


House of Lords blows £54,000 on smoking area and furniture

The House of Lords has spent more than £54,000 on a new smoking area and luxury furniture for the Parliamentary terrace, it can be revealed.


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