The number of visas issued to migrants from outside of the EU reached a record in 2021 as the first year of the UK's post-Brexit rules led to a more liberal immigration system, the Times has revealed.
Home Office figures show that 843,538 non-EU migrants were granted visas to live, work and study in Britain last year. The number stood at just over 450,000 in 2020.
University chiefs have sidelined sonnets from a creative writing course over concerns they are ‘products of white Western culture’.
A CHICKEN factory which supplies takeaways and restaurants ignored an order to shut down after health inspectors found filthy conditions.
Over 8,000 people have arrived in the UK so far this year having crossed the English Channel in small boats following the latest arrivals this weekend.
The boss of the National Trust has denied that the organisation has become ‘woke’ and said she has received death threats.
In the latest "you couldn't make it up" woke news: Traditional nursery rhymes such as Ba Ba Black Sheep and This Little Piggy have been rewritten to be more vegan friendly.
The globalist architects of the Great Reset at the World Economic Forum have thrown their weight behind the concept of Central Bank Digital Currencies, claiming that state-controlled cryptocurrencies will “revolutionize” the future of finance.
The eldest son of hook-handed hate cleric Abu Hamza has been ordered to pay back just £5,200 despite making nearly £180,000 from a money laundering plot.
The Chipping Ongar, Marden Ash and Greensted Ward, where our Party leader Robin Tilbrook stood last week, has c.3,400 registered voters, but the turnout was 28.38% (i.e. about 965 votes were cast). Of that turnout more than half voted for the Conservative candidate, Basil Vaz, and similar proportions of the electorate continued to vote for many “Conservative” candidates across the District Council.