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England's New Blasphemy Laws

Police are investigating a man pretending to pray to “Aladdin” as a joke in a Muslim prayer room as a hate crime.


This Day in History - 11th May

1685 The death of 18 year old Margaret Wilson, executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan.

Do we need an English National Anthem?

Have you noticed how the national anthem of the United Kingdom is only played for England?

Smethwick Man Jailed for Brutal Rape

An 'evil' boyfriend jailed for 12 years raped his partner and forced her to watch Islamic videos to 'become a better girlfriend.'

EU's chief brands Theresa May 'insane'

In a new film about talks between Britain and the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May is branded 'pathetic' by top Brexit negotiators from the European Parliament.


40 Arrested in New Grooming Scandal Probe

Police have arrested 40 suspects over the last two months in relation to a probe into allegations of serious child sex abuse in Rotherham.

Our counter to the Government’s Defence

End BBC Censorship


This Day in History - 9th May Cathedral was consecrated. For 249 years it was reputedly the tallest building in the world. Writer John Ruskin declared that "The cathedral of Lincoln is out and out the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles and roughly speaking worth any two other cathedrals we have."