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White men must not be allowed to control the BBC's news output

A BBC executive has urged the broadcaster to diversify its senior news staff because editorial meetings should not be 'dominated by what white people think'.

Numbers of migrants housed hotels rockets NINEFOLD

The Home Office has forked out tens of millions of pounds putting up thousands of asylum seekers in hotels with full board.

Share THIS before anti-vaxx 'propaganda' is banned

The UK Government is calling for tenders for software to handle the "expected high volume of "Covid19 vaccination Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRs)" S.ll.1.4

French police forcibly clear huge Paris migrant camp

French police have cleared a huge Paris migrant camp where more than 2,000 people lived shoulder-to-shoulder in tents under a motorway overpass. 

Migrants climb fences, chant 'freedom' in protest at Kent barracks

Migrants have protested over living conditions under lockdown at a former military barracks.

Muslim convert who stabbed prayer leader asks to be sent to prison so he can learn Quran 'from start to finish'

A Muslim convert who stabbed a prayer leader in the neck in front of horrified worshippers in a London Mosque has asked for a prison sentence so he can learn the Quran 'from start to finish.'

Face masks make you stupid

In Joost Meerloo’s analysis of false confessions and totalitarian regimes, The Rape of the Mind, he coins a phrase for the ‘dumbing down’ of critical resistance – menticide. “In the totalitarian regime,” he wrote, “the doubting, inquisitive, and imaginative mind has to be suppressed. The totalitarian slave is only allowed to memorise, to salivate when the bell rings.”

London University failed one year to admit a single white working class student

A university that boasts of being one of the most diverse in the UK failed one year to admit a single white working class student.

Yet another deportation flight ends in fiasco

Just eight migrants ended up being removed after 18 put forward human rights appeals for the first time, seven claimed to be modern slavery victims, and three first-time human rights claims, seven said they were victims of modern slavery, and three had their lawyers move to subject their deportation orders to judicial review.