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2019: Record Number of Non-EU Foreign Born Workers

The number of non-EU migrants working in the United Kingdom has climbed to an all-time high, with the overall foreign-born workforce reaching its third-highest level ever.


This Day in History - 15th November

655 The death (at the Battle of the Winwaed) of Penda, 7th-century King of Mercia, one of the most powerful kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England. Mercia originally comprised the border areas of modern Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, the northern West Midlands and Warwickshire.

Dozens of Illegal Boat Migrants Brought Ashore

Dozens of illegal migrants reached the shores of England over the weekend with the border Force stopping five boats in the English Channel, carrying 74 illegal immigrants.

This Day in History - 14th November

1687 The death of Eleanor 'Nell' Gwyn, long-time mistress of King Charles II of England and mother of two of his illegitimate children.

National Petition: Brexit Now - Deal or No Deal!


5 Men Appear in Court to Face Child Grooming Charges

It just keeps happening! Another Five men have appeared in court to face 36 charges of child grooming.

This Day in History - 13th November

Anti-democrat Bercow: Brexit ‘Biggest Foreign Policy Mistake’ Since War

Anti-Brexit Former Speaker of the House John Bercow has dropped any pretence of neutrality on Brexit now he has stepped down, branding it “the biggest foreign policy mistake in the post-war period”.

Man charged with setting off fireworks during Remembrance silence

A homeless man who disrupted a Remembrance Sunday minute’s silence by launching a fireworkwas led away by police for his own safety after furious members of the public and veterans surrounded the man.