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Immigration barrister avoids being struck off after headbutting female lawyer

A top barrister who headbutted a female lawyer – leaving her covered in blood on the ground – has been spared being struck off. Instead, disciplinary chiefs handed Rashid Ahmed just a three-month suspension over a drunken attack on King's Road in Chelsea.


COVID-19 2nd April 20

Whilst every death is tragic we have to look outside of the 'herd' mentality and the English Democrats are 'The 10th Man' in looking outside of the box.


Serial sex predator jailed for eight years for attacking a woman after he was released early from prison

A serial sex predator has been jailed for eight years for stalking and attacking a woman in the street while on licence. William Gordon, 34, had previous convictions for molesting females as young as 12 and had only recently been released from jail when he targeted his victim in south London early on August 6 last year.


BREXIT: EU running out of funds to tackle Covid-19

Brussels could run out of cash to combat coronavirus if European capitals fail to agree on the bloc's next multi-annual budget.


The History of England - On this Day - 30th March

1296 -www.beautifulbritain.co.ukEdward I captured Berwick-upon-Tweed, during armed conflict between Scotland and England. As many as 10,000 men, women and children were killed. Even a woman giving birth was hacked to pieces during her labour. When the garrison commander Lord of Douglas surrendered, his life and those of his garrison were spared.


Immigration Baby Boom: Secondary schools will have an extra HALF A MILLION pupils by 2026

Secondary schools are expected to have more than 500,000 extra pupils in their classrooms by 2026, figures show. Heads face mounting pressure following a baby boom in the early 2000s, which is in the process of making its way from primary to secondary level. This was largely fuelled by increases in immigration and rising birth rates.


Covid-19: Italy condems the EU as 'dead'

There is once agian growing frustration and anger at the European Union - this time over its coronavirus response. This comes as Italy threatened to quit the bloc and Portugal lashed out at "repugnant" EU member-states.


Over-stretched NHS staff targeted by TRAFFIC WARDENS during Covid-19 outbreak

Since when were traffic wardens classed as key workers? Disgracefully, even since the Government ordered the UK workforce to work from home with only key workers being allowed to carry on as usual, traffic wardens have been on-duty, ticketing NHS staff car-parks.


EU offers Iran £18million in foreign aid to help combat coronavirus – Guess who foots the bill

Brussels will send £18.4million in foreign aid handouts to Iran to support its efforts in fighting the deadly coronavirus outbreak, the EU's top diplomat has announced.


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