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Celebrating Victory in Europe Day

Seventy-four years ago this very day, guns fell silent as the war in Europe finally came to an end. May 8 marks VE-Day, for Victory in Europe, when Nazi Germany surrendered to the Allies in 1945. Next month marks the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings that marked the beginning of the end of Hitler.

This Day in History - 7th May Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, built by Thomas Killigrew, opened under a charter granted by Charles II.


Govt Scraps NHS Health Tourism Crackdown

The British government has promptly dropped plans to tackle abuse of the country’s National Health Service by fly-in foreigners after the liberal snowflakes cried "racism."

Inside Facebook's EU Election "War Room"

A recent report from Politico provides an insight into Facebook’s new “election war room” established ahead of the upcoming European election. Facebook has previously deployed a similar “war room” in the United States ahead of the midterm elections in November 2018.

This Day in History - 6th May Henry VIII ordered that English language Bibles be placed in every church.


BBC Plays Song About Pimping ‘White Girls’

The BBC has been accused of 'glamorising sexual exploitation' by promoting a grime star's song boasting about using 'white girls' to sell drugs and sex.


82% of Tories Want May to Resign

In a poll hosted by the ConservativeHome website, the vast majority of Conservative members want Theresa May to stand down immediately.

This Day in History - 5th May barons renounced their allegiance to King John; part of a chain of events that led to the signing of the Magna Carta.


Talks Between Blair & Soros Covered Up

Allegations that Information about talks between Tony Blair and George Soros have been redacted from official reports of Davos meetings published by the European Commission are only now coming to the surface.