Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Manchester Assembly; Piccadilly gardens 12.00 mid day. Good Friday 19th April 2019.

Armed Forces veterans are marching in support of SOLDIER F  and SOLDIER B. The Northern Ireland veterans are being shafted by the Government/Regime . So they have started to mount huge campaigns nationwide.

The largest demos are the above ones this Friday.

All this is 'backing up' the massive demonstration held last Friday in Central London when over 22,000 + bikers drove through central London causing traffic chaos. But in particular, the BBC and other 'controlled mass media' failed to mention this fact.

Some of the  bikers completely filling Park lane in London last Friday. All in support of SOLDIER F.

 Other demos on the 19th April unless stated otherwise;  

20th April :-
27th April :-
11th May :-
June :-
Hull date tbc

Monday, April 15, 2019

Farage launches the Brexit Party and unveils his secret weapon... Rees-Mogg's little SISTER: Ex-'Cameron cutie' Annunziata, 40, stuns the Tories by defecting just HOURS before vowing to take on 'far-right' UKIP in EU elections

  • Nigel Farage launched Brexit Party and started war of words with UKIP as he unveiled Annunziata Rees-Mogg 
  • Jacob's younger sister stood as Tory in 2005 and 2010 general elections - but refused to 'de-toff' her name  
  • She said: 'The Prime Minister will not listen to the people - I can't sit by and let her do it. We need to fight back' 
  • Her brother told MailOnline: 'The Brexit Party is fortunate to have such a high calibre candidate. I am sorry that Annunziata has left the Conservative party'. 
  • Farage says new home will beat UKIP and has bet £1,000 on Brexit Party winning the most seats on May 23
  • Tory MEP David Campbell Bannerman said party 'will get a kicking' at polls and lose half of their 18 MEPs

Nigel Farage launched his new Brexit Party and announced Jacob Rees-Mogg's sister Annunziata as his first star MEP candidate -  after she quit the Tories after 35 years today.
The former UKIP leader has vowed to take votes from the 'tarnished' party he left in December and started a new war of words with successor Gerard Batten by claiming he lacks 'good people' and has allowed a 'take over' by the far right.
Launching the party in Coventry today Mr Farage said it is 'no more Mr Nice Guy' before unveiling his secret weapon Ms Rees-Mogg, whose brother told MailOnline today: 'The Brexit Party is fortunate to have such a high calibre candidate but I am sorry that Annunziata has left the Conservative party'.
His younger sister previously stood as a Tory candidate in the 2005 and 2010 general elections and joined the party aged five - but has now jumped ship after Theresa May failed to deliver Brexit. She defected from the Tories to join Mr Farage's revolt today.
The 40-year-old mother-of-one, once one of David Cameron's 'cuties' who refused party requests to 'de-toff' her name to Nancy, blasted MPs, including her older sibling, saying: 'The politicians are not our masters - they are to do our bidding. We need to fight back to take back our democracy. It's as drastic as that. It is our fight and we must fight to win'. 
She said she had stuck with the Tories 'through thick and thin' but Brexit had been the last straw.
She said: 'But the point at which our Prime Minister will not listen, not only to her membership, but will not listen to the people of her country. I can't sit by and let her do it. We've got to rescue our democracy, we have got to show that the people of this country have a say in how we are run'. 
Theresa May's Tories are in crisis over her failure to steer Britain out of the EU with the party ten points down in the polls. Conservative MEP David Campbell Bannerman said today the party 'will get a kicking' on May 23 and lose half of their 18 MEPs. 
Labour has also lost ground, according to the BMG poll, down three points, with the Liberal Democrats, UKIP, Independent Group and Brexit Party are all closely matched at approaching 10 per cent. 
As his party faces a massacre at the polls, Chancellor Philip Hammond today insisted he believes MPs can still agree a Brexit deal after Easter to avoid the elections and said: 'Clearly nobody wants to fight the European elections - it feels like a pointless exercise. We want to ensure that any British MEPs never have to take their seats'.
He also admitted the idea of second referendum ‘very likely’ to be put to Parliament. 
Annunziata Rees-Mogg was unveiled as the Brexit Party's star candidate at the European elections
Annunziata blasted MPs including her brother, pictured yesterday
Annunziata Rees-Mogg was unveiled as the Brexit Party's star candidate at the European Elections by Nigel Farage today and she blasted MPs including her brother, pictured yesterday
Nigel Farage and Annunziata Rees-Mogg at the launch of the Brexit Party's European Parliament elections campaign in Coventry
Nigel Farage and Annunziata Rees-Mogg at the launch of the Brexit Party's European Parliament elections campaign in Coventry
Nigel Farage launched his new Brexit Party in Coventry today as he vowed to take votes from 'tarnished' UKIP
Nigel Farage launched his new Brexit Party in Coventry today as he vowed to take votes from 'tarnished' UKIP
Tory support appears to be in free fall amid the Brexit chaos as a new poll showed the party down 10 per cent in a month with Farage's new party neck-and-neck with UKIP
Ms Rees-Mogg, 40, and her brother Jacob, 49, are the youngest of five children born to Lord Rees-Mogg, who edited The Times from 1967 to 1981, and his wife Lady Gillian. They grew up together at the grand Ston Easton Park estate near Wells in Somerset, which has since been turned into a luxury hotel. 
If she stands in the south-west as an MEP her ERG Brexiteer brother, who is believed to be worth £150million, will have to campaign against her.   
However, as Annunziata's views on Brexit have hardened, her brother's have softened as today he shared an article urging Brexiteers 'diehards' to 'wake from No Deal dreams' and said: 'I think this is analysis is correct which is why I backed Mrs May’s deal last time'.
Ms Rees-Mogg explained she has been a full-time mother for the last eight years, adding she wanted to 'avoid the negative comments... and the violence that can come from putting your name above the parapet and standing for what you believe in', and she didn't want her children to suffer.
She said: 'I joined the Conservative Party in 1984 and this is not a decision I have made lightly - to leave a party for which I have fought at every election since 1987, from Maggie Thatcher through to Theresa May.
'I know which one I'd rather have representing us now.'
Mr Farage has admitted there is 'no difference' in policies between UKIP and the Brexit Party - but said he would not tolerate racism and would will field 'many Muslim candidates' in the May European elections. 
He said: 'UKIP did struggle to get enough good people into it but unfortunately what it's chosen to do is allow the far right to join it and take it over and I'm afraid the brand is now tarnished.'
Today he put a £1,000 bet on that the Brexit Party would win the most seats next month and revealed the public have donated £750,000 to the campaign fund in ten days.
Mr Farage said that the Leave vote had 'hardened' since the 2016 referendum, and made clear he was also appealing to Remainers who felt the result should be respected.
'There are many people who voted Remain who believe that democracy is so fundamental to this country, to who we are as a people, that unless the will of the people is carried out something will have changed in our nation forever,' he said.
'With a bit of luck and a following wind, trying our hardest, I think we can turn this around.
'I know this is a battle that we shouldn't be having to fight, but we are having to fight it and we are going to win it.'
Mr Farage introduced Ms Rees-Mogg on stage as one of 70 Brexit Party candidates who would be fighting the May 23 elections in England, Scotland and Wales.
Current UKIP leader Gerard Batten has defended the party's links to Tommy Robinson and insists he has saved the party 'from oblivion' and Mr Farage quit.

NWN; Deja Vu ? Farage to 'take on far right ? We have seen this before. Farage was one of the group of people who toppled John Tyndall from the leadership of the BNP in the late 1990's. Others included ; Tony 'bomber' Lecomber, Dr Mark Deavin and of course Nigel Farage. Nick Griffin, though not in the below pic, was 'in the circle' to rid the BNP of John Tyndall. ERGO to smash the BNP.

 And a quick search on the web brings up this text;

Then came the most disturbing titbit of all: a blurred photo, taken in the summer of 1997, showing Nigel Farage of UKIP chatting to two men. One was Tony “the bomber” Lecomber, the other was Mark Deavin, head of research for the BNP, who had briefly infiltrated UKIP but was expelled in May 1997 after his true affiliations were discovered.
Deavin, who edited Mindbenders, an “expose” of Jews in the media, is also the author of The Grand Plan: The Origins of Non-White Immigration, in which he argues that “the mass immigration of non-Europeans into every White country on earth” had been engineered by “a homogeneous transatlantic political and financial elite to destroy the national identities and create a raceless new world order.” Homogeneous, eh? Allow Deavin to explain: “These concerns were Jewish in origin… the promotion of World Government can also be seen to be in line with traditional Jewish messianic thinking.”
When the photo was sent anonymously to the UKIP a few months ago, Farage expressed bafflement. While admitting that “I briefly met Mr Deavin at his request on June 17 1997, and had lunch with him in a restaurant,” he insisted that “I have no recollection of ever meeting or speaking to Mr Lecomber in my life… I can only surmise that Mr Lecomber was planted outside the restaurant or that the photograph has been doctored.”
Whatever the explanation, the fact that Farage met Deavin after the BNP man’s expulsion was enough to alarm some UKIP members – especially as Farage, who earns his living as a City commodity-broker, is a man who often used words such as “nigger” and “nig-nog” in the pub after committee meetings. A month after the lunch, by an odd coincidence, Deavin wrote an article in the far-right journal Spearhead which discussed the possibility of closer relations between the BNP and UKIP.
But here’s an even stranger coincidence. Shortly before the 1997 general election, Mark Deavin spoke freely of his plans to undercover researchers from Searchlight magazine and The Cook Report, who had posed as emissaries from Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Front National. One necessary step, he said, was to get rid of the BNP leader John Tyndall (“who is actually an obstacle”) and replace him with Deavin’s chum Nick Griffin. This would leave one other obstacle. “If Blair becomes prime minister,” Deavin predicted, “the BNP will be the official opposition in the inner cities, in working-class areas. The UKIP will be the opposition in the shires, the county areas, the middle-class opposition. That party is a serious opposition to us in middle England, but, if we had the resources, we could tear it to pieces.”
Two weeks ago, at the same time as UKIP was tearing itself apart in Solihull, Nick Griffin duly toppled John Tyndall and promised a “realignment” of the far-right. He may not yet have the popular appeal of Jörg Haider; but he certainly needs watching.

Shamima Begum: IS bride set to be granted legal aid

  • Shamima Begum case

  • Former ISIS wife Shamima Begum photographed in a Syrian refugee camp during an interview with BBC Middle East Correspondent Quentin Sommerville.
    Image caption Ms Begum left Bethnal Green, east London, in 2015 to join the Islamic State group in Syria

    Shamima Begum - who joined the Islamic State group aged 15 - is set to be granted legal aid to fight the decision to revoke her UK citizenship.
    The 19-year-old, who left east London in 2015, was stripped of her citizenship in February, after she was found in a Syrian refugee camp.
    Her family has previously said it planned to challenge the decision.
    Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the idea of the provision of legal aid to Ms Begum made him "very uncomfortable".
    Mr Hunt added, however, that the UK was "a country that believes that people with limited means should have access to the resources of the state if they want to challenge the decisions the state has made about them".
    Legal aid is financial assistance provided by the taxpayer to those unable to afford legal representation themselves, whether they are accused of a crime or a victim who seeks the help of a lawyer through the court process.
    It is means-tested and availability has been cut back significantly in recent years in England and Wales.
    Civil servants at the Legal Aid Agency, which is part of the Ministry of Justice, are responsible for making decisions about who receives legal aid.
    Earlier, the BBC reported Ms Begum's case had been approved - but sources now say it will be formally signed off in the coming days.
    The legal aid that is expected to be granted covers a case before the semi-secret Special Immigration Appeals Commission, which adjudicates on cases where the home secretary has stripped someone of their nationality on grounds of national security.

    Presentational grey line
    Analysis box by Dominic Casciani, home affairs correspondent
    Cases before the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac) are among the most complicated legal challenges that the government can face.
    This is because they typically involve a complex combination of MI5 intelligence reports, which cannot be disclosed to the complainant, and long-standing law on achieving a fair hearing.
    It is not yet clear when the expected case will be heard but the Siac process can take years to complete - and granting of legal aid in these circumstances is not unusual.
    Over the last decade or so there have been many other people stripped of nationality on the basis they are linked to terrorism who have been legally-aided during the SIAC process.

    Presentational grey line
    Ms Begum left the UK in February 2015 alongside fellow Bethnal Green Academy pupils 15-year-old Amira Abase and 16-year-old Kadiza Sultana.
    Ms Begum was found in a Syrian refugee camp in February 2019 and said she wanted to return home.
    Soon afterwards, she gave birth to a boy called Jarrah. He died of pneumonia in March at less than three weeks of age. She had two other children who also died.
    In the wake of the boy's death, Home Secretary Sajid Javid was criticised over the decision to strip Ms Begum of her British citizenship.
    Three weeks prior to the death, Ms Begum's sister, Renu Begum, had written to Mr Javid asking him to help her bring the baby to the UK.

    Jeremy Corbyn: "We should not judge outside of a court"

    Media captionJeremy Corbyn: "We should not judge outside of a court"
    On Monday, the Daily Mail first reported that legal aid had been granted in response to an application made on 19 March.
    Mr Javid said the granting of legal aid was a decision for legal aid organisations and it was "not for ministers to comment".
    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn argued Ms Begum had the right to apply for legal aid.
    "She is a British citizen," he said. "She's therefore entitled to apply for legal aid if she has a legal problem just like anybody else is."
    He added: "The whole point of legal aid is that if you're facing a prosecution then you're entitled to be represented and that's a fundamental rule of law, a fundamental point in any democratic society."

    'Not a political decision'

    Dal Babu, a former chief superintendent in the Metropolitan Police and a friend of the family, said Ms Begum should have legal aid to make sure the correct process is followed.
    He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I think legal aid is a principle of the British legal justice system."
    Under the 1981 British Nationality Act, a person can be deprived of their citizenship if the home secretary is satisfied it would be "conducive to the public good" and they would not become stateless as a result.
    It was thought Ms Begum had Bangladeshi citizenship through her mother - although Bangladesh's ministry of foreign affairs said she had been "erroneously identified" as a Bangladeshi national.
    Human rights group Liberty said granting legal aid in this case was "not just appropriate but absolutely necessary to ensure that the government's decisions are properly scrutinised".

    Saturday, April 13, 2019

    Metropolitan Police say 22,000 bikers descended on Central London in support of SOLDIER F

    Thursday, April 11, 2019

    April 12th - delays expected around M25 as up to 7,000 bikers descend on motorway in mass rally to Westminster

    The protest has been organised by armed forces veterans from across the country - In support of Soldier F .

    The huge rideout has been organised for Friday, April 12
    Thousands of motorcyclists are due to descend on the M25.
    As well as the usual Friday traffic, commuters will be joined by as many as 7,000 bikers taking part in a protest on the busy motorway.
    The demonstration will see riders drive all the way to Westminster on Friday (April 12) from areas such as Kent and Essex.
    The rally has been organised by armed forces veterans in support of a 77-year-old former soldier who has been charged with murder over his part in Bloody Sunday, Kent Live reports.
    He faces two murder charges relating to deaths in Londonderry in 1972.
    Here is everything you need to know about the rally.

    Where will the M25 be affected?

    Bikers will meet at various M25 service stations before the rideout


    Participants in the demonstration plan on making their way to Westminster after meeting at various points between 11am and noon.
    Those meeting points are thought to include Thurrock, Clacket Lane and South Mimms Services on the M25, London Gateway Services on the M1 and Heston Services on the M4.
    Rider Fred Staszewski wrote on Facebook saying: "Just a heads up, please be aware that this Friday 12th April there will be many motorcycles on ALL roads leading to London.
    "There are groups of riders coming from the 4 corners of the country and it is estimated that 7,000 bikes will be in attendance.
    "There are 5 designated assembly points around the M25 before the push into central London.
    "Please take extra care out there on Friday and watch out for the bikers."


    As many as 7,000 bikers

    The Facebook group has gained a lot of support, with over 12,000 people joining the page.
    One of the organisers, Christopher Davies, commented: "Rolling Thunder in support of Soldier F motorcycle ride taking place on Friday 12th April should be quite spectacular.
    "The Facebook page has exceeded 12,000 since its inception in a couple of weeks.
    "A possible 7,000 motorbikes will be converging on London mostly ridden by veterans although anyone is welcome on the ride."
    Met Police is thought to be working with organisers to ensure the rally runs smoothly.


    One of the riders wrote;

     It is not a PROTEST, it is a ride in solidarity to bring attention to the INJUSTICE of the prosecution of veterans of Operation Banner (Northern Ireland) and the release under the Good Friday agreement which saw CONVICTED terrorists freed from jail while there is a 'witch hunt' being performed against veterans for doing their DUTY. 

    This ride is NON POLITICAL. We just want the general public and those in Parliament to be aware of this situation. Those in power send our troops to trouble spots all over the world, but then do not support their actions at a later date.


    Wednesday, April 10, 2019

    Centrica boss gets 44% pay rise after 'challenging year'

    The chief executive of the company which owns British Gas received a 44% rise in his pay last year to £2.4m.
    It means Iain Conn, who runs Centrica, is paid 72 times that of an employee in the lower quartile of its salary range - a smart energy expert paid £33,718.
    The pay deal comes in what the company described as "challenging year" and after it warned profits this year would be hit by the energy price cap.
    The energy price cap rose to £1,254 at the start of April.
    Mr Conn's pay rose from £1.7m in 2017 because he did not receive a bonus that year, while in 2016 he received £4m.
    In the annual report, Centrica said Mr Conn had been "reshaping" the company against "the challenge of a constantly shifting operating environment".
    "Iain has shown significant resilience in the face of this challenge and has led the business through the shifting context, keeping the strategic objectives in sight and ensuring that the organisation remains adaptable and innovative".
    The company's shares fell to near 20-year lows after the warning in February that profits would be knocked by Ofgem's price cap, amid fears it would cut its dividend.
    A year ago, Mr Conn announced 4,000 job cuts, while British Gas has lost 742,000 energy supply accounts, as it rarely appears among the cheapest deals on price comparison websites when customers look to switch suppliers.
    The company said it was reducing the pension contributions of senior managers - which are subject to scrutiny by fund managers - to 15% from 1 June,
    It said this represented a reduction of between a half and a quarter in the pension benefit for affected executives and "represents appropriate alignment with the wider workforce".
    The company also measured Mr Conn's pay alongside that of an employee in the median salary range - £41,239 - which gave a ratio of 59:1, and in the upper band, a technical engineer receiving £55,107 - which was 44:1.
    Last month, energy company Shell said its chief executive Ben van Beurden's pay was 143 times larger than that of the average Shell employee in the UK.

    NWN: So we have these characters putting their prices up and awarding themselves obscene pay rises. With young families whose 'bread winner' is on low pay, and particularly older people who cannot afford to put their heating on during the winter, this is indeed shocking news . Many old people die during the winter months, and a lack of heating helps to kill them off.

    These 'utility' companies need to be 're-nationalised' and quickly. 'Privatisation' promoted by people such as Margaret Thatcher has been a massive error for the British people. Privatisation is a big scam !

    Thursday, April 04, 2019

    BREAKING NEWS.....................................

    Greater Manchester police and Manchester City Council attempt to stop Armed Forces veterans from marching in Manchester city centre on the 19th April 2019 in support of SOLDIER F.

    Wednesday, April 03, 2019

    'Totally unacceptable': MoD criticises troops after Corbyn picture used in target practice

    British soldiers in Kabul
    Image: British soldiers in Kabul

    An investigation has been launched after soldiers were filmed using a picture of Jeremy Corbyn in target practice.
    The Ministry of Defence said the incident was "totally unacceptable" and "falls well below the high standards the army expects".
    It is understood the soldiers were using simulated paint rounds and not real bullets.

    A video has surfaced showing British soldiers filmed apparently shooting at a Jeremy Corbyn target at an army base in Kabul.
    This video has surfaced showing British soldiers filmed apparently shooting at a Jeremy Corbyn target at an army base in Kabul.
    The video is believed to have been taken in Kabul.
    More follows...


    Breaking news
    The Army has launched a "full investigation" after video appearing to show soldiers shooting at a target with Jeremy Corbyn's face on was uploaded to social media.
    British personnel based in Kabul appear in the video which showing troops firing and then pans to the target with the Labour leader's face with on it.
    It is thought the rounds used in the video are simulated paint rounds.
    An Army spokesperson said: "We are aware of a video circulating on social media.
    "This behaviour is totally unacceptable and falls well below the high standards the Army expects.
    "A full investigation has been launched."

    NWN: NWN has been telling everyone that the Armed Forces and veterans are extremely angry about what is going on in the UK. You won't find a more patriotic bunch of people anywhere than these men & women, and there are 1,000's of them.