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Sunday, 30 May 2010

UK Tabliod News Round up For last 7 days

Thousands of Bosnians and Albanians could soon join Eastern European migrants in gaining illegal entry to Britain after the EU announced an end to visa restrictions.

The “man in the street” has been misled for years over the vast political and economic implications of the euro, the EU’s own President admitted yesterday.

Towns in southern England will see their populations swell by nearly a fifth over the next eight years, official predictions revealed yesterday.

New immigration figures show that even in the midst of rising unemployment Labour continued to leave the floodgates open to new arrivals.

Official figures show 203,790 were naturalised last year, the most since data was first published in 1962. It means a British passport was handed to a foreigner every three minutes.

London's population is expected to soar by nearly 10 per cent to a new high of more than 8.3 million within eight years despite a slight fall in overall immigration, official figures show today.

Immigration officers this week found 27 illegal workers after swooping on a Galgate mushroom farm. The raid at Drinkwater Mushrooms on Hampson Farm involved 80 UK Border Agency officers, police officers and interpreters, and is believed to be one of the biggest ever conducted in Lancashire.

Psychopathy is a personality disorder manifested in people who use a mixture of charm, manipulation, intimidation, and occasionally violence to control others, in order to satisfy their own selfish needs.

Canadians may have been consuming food from clones for years without knowing it, despite a Health Canada ban. That's one of the surprising revelations from documents on cloning from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency obtained under the access-to-information legislation.

A Hate preacher is urging British Muslims to snub England’s bid for World Cup glory. Bearded fanatic Omar Bakri Mohammed said the contest was evil because it “inflamed nationalism”.

The current exhibition of “Muslim inventions” at the South Kensington science museum is an absurd example of deception, misrepresentation and falsification of history in order to appease the ever growing Third World colonisation of our country.

Convicted paedophile Mohammed Anjum, 53, of Egmont Road, spoke out to deny the claims from the mother of one his alleged victims as he gave evidence during his trial at Teesside Crown Court. She accused him of being a black magician and exorcist who tried to kill his own father and thought she was possessed by demons.

Police revealed today (Thursday) they could be hunting a gang of paedophiles after two attempted abductions in Croydon. Croydon CID released details on the two attempted snatches of young girls by strangers in a bid to catch the people behind the attacks.

Exclusive: Channel 4 News has learned that police are advising four MPs whose names were found on a suspected terrorist hit list. The news follows the knife attack on Labour MP Stephen Timms. Political correspondent Cathy Newman reports.

A Streatham pub, once named after the creator of the English dictionary, allegedly refused a disabled man entry to its beer garden for carrying the national flag.

Just been reading Climate: The Counter Consensus (Stacey International) the new book by Bob Carter – that’s New Zealand’s Professor Robert M Carter to you, mate: he’s one of the world’s leading palaeoclimatologists – and it’s a cracker.

The man battling NASA for access to potential "Climategate" e-mails says the agency is still withholding documents and that NASA may be trying to stall long enough to avoid hurting an upcoming Senate debate on global warming.

A New York City community board voted yesterday for a plan to build a mosque and cultural centre near Ground Zero. The vote, 29-1 in favour with 10 abstentions, came after hours of contentious public comment from angered conservative activists and families of the victims of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.
Britain's new political era is an opportunity to break free from human rights abuses of the past, Amnesty International has said. Campaigners accused leaders of losing the moral high ground by trying to circumvent the international ban on torture and placing people under control orders.

A Magistrate who lost his role as bench chairman for calling two vandals “absolute scum” is to be reinstated after a campaign led by the Daily Express. In a move widely hailed as a victory for common sense, Austin Molloy has been notified he can return to his courtroom job next week.

Allegations of major electoral fraud have been made in a key marginal seat after thousands of ballots were delivered by hand to polling stations on the day of the General Election.

A Ugandan-born Indian tycoon who has given the Tories more than £200,000 in donations over six years will today be nominated for a peerage by David Cameron. Dolar Popat, a former refugee and self-made multi-millionaire, will be given a seat in the House of Lords.

A 92-year-old woman died just minutes after being wrongly discharged from hospital - after two doctors misdiagnosed bleeding in her heart as a chest infection.

Housing estate residents went to drastic lengths to stop invading gypsies - by digging trenches and taking to the streets to prevent access. Eventually, police were forced to intervene as simmering tensions between travellers and tenants threatened to boil over amid the scenes of mayhem.

A Charity shop volunteer has complained to police that an officer stopped her in the street and told her not to wear her England Football shirt. Tracey Rose, 30, said the incident kicked off when she left her Dorchester Road flat to walk to Weymouth town centre and a uniformed officer pulled up in his police car to tackle her.

Throughout its inglorious history the European Union has liked to regard itself as a force for stability. Indeed, the bureaucrats of Brussels frequently argue that the justification for the EU’s very existence is its creation of a new era of peace and prosperity after the horrors of two world wars and the Great Depression.

Billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money is being “wasted” in fighting climate change as other nations are hell-bent on development, a new book claims today.

“Can’t you find something else to talk about?” someone (a nice, sympathetic person, not one of my house herd of festering libtard trolls) commented below one of my previous blogs.

Josef Stalin blocked two attempts to kill Adolf Hitler during the Second World War, according to a Russian general. The Soviet dictator called off assassination attempts in 1943 and 1944 because he feared Hitler’s replacement as Nazi leader would make peace with the Western Allies.

Two teenagers were arrested for damaging a Kent Air Ambulance helicopter and attacking its crew as they tried to deal with an emergency.

A prolific criminal has walked free from court, despite breaking into a woman's house and getting into bed with her child. Lee Zipfel, 32, walked free from court after a jury cleared him of trespassing with intent to commit sexual assault and sexual assault on a child.

An 87-year-old man was blindfolded, bound and beaten in his own home by robbers. The two men entered the house, in Woodlands Garden, Woodford New Road, in the early hours of the morning and attacked the elderly victim, before stealing cash and a television.

A leading international rugby player has been arrested for keeping an illegal  immigrant as his ‘personal slave’ at his home in France. Finau Maka, the 33-year-old Tongan star, is in custody in Toulouse where he has  played his club game for the past eight years.

A driver who hit a pram on a pedestrian crossing in Coventry is being sought by police. The pram was being pushed across Quinton Road, Cheylesmore, by the child's mother when it was struck by a tan-coloured car at 1919 BST on 22 May.

A Newport teenager was yesterday found guilty of raping a woman in a schoolyard following a night out in the city. A jury at Cardiff Crown Court found Khaliq Hussain, 17, guilty of two counts of rape, but were unable to come to a decision on a third count, with Judge Mr Recorder Patrick Harrington stating there will be no re-trial on this matter.

An illegal marriage operation run by a Government-licensed immigration adviser has been uncovered by a Sky News investigation.

The politically motivated persecution of Adam Walker has finally ended in a victory for freedom of speech. Today the General Teaching Council dropped all charges against BNP activist and teacher Adam Walker, in a case that has dragged on for 3 years.

Whingeing MPs will be allowed to claim thousands of pounds more in interest-free advance payments after they complained about new expenses rules.

A British family returned from a short break to find eight Romanians had moved into their home and locked them out. The squatters had installed their own TV satellite dish and were drinking champagne when Abu-Taher Ahmed confronted them.

Left-wing firebrand Diane Abbott has topped the first major opinion poll since she entered the Labour leadership race - despite not having the declared support of any MPs. The strongest backing for the Hackney North and Stoke Newington MP in the poll came from Tory and Lib Dem voters.

Liberal Democrats and Tories are on collision course over plans to tear up the first-past-the-post election system. The Government published plans yesterday for a bill to hold a referendum on bringing in the Alternative Vote system.

Teachers are expected to be do-gooders who 'mop up' social problems instead of focusing on teaching, it has been claimed. Schools now have to concentrate on 'good causes' such as the environment and 'health and social skills' in favour of academic rigour.

An eviction notice is being sought after travellers moved onto a former coach park next to a special needs school in Southampton. Travellers removed a gate and parked up three caravans and three large vans on the site adjoining the Rosewood School in Aldermoor Road.

Violent animal like uaf thugs throw real darts at bnp's nick griffin an elected mep right outside parliament but misses..sticking into chest of bnp member..whole incident caught on video..shocking violent behaviour..reminiscent of the mohammed dog riots

Barely two weeks into the new government, and it is rumoured that the Tories are planning to renege on another electoral promise; this time their “commitment” to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a British Bill of Rights.

Banks are driving customers from branches by raising the amount of cash that can be taken out over the counter. The move is another nail in the coffin of the traditional bank branch, which is rapidly being supplanted by transactions through call centres and over the internet. Customers with an Alliance & Leicester basic bank account will have to withdraw at least £300 over the counter from July.

Leading cancer experts were furious last night after yet another drug to extend the lives of patients was refused on the NHS. The decision by the Government’s drugs rationing body NICE means patients with advanced liver cancer are the only ones in Europe not to have access to the sole treatment that could help them.

A Teenage motorist was told to remove an England flag from his car by a police officer because it could be offensive to immigrants. Ben Smith, 18, was driving back home to Ingram Road in Melksham on Thursday evening after filling up with petrol, when the officer stopped him on a routine patrol.

Angry mum Sam Fardon says her toddler son was ordered off a bus – because the driver found his England shirt "offensive"! Two-year-old Dylan Hall was with his mum and baby brother Adam, aged 10 weeks, when they were told to leave the 34A service from Newcastle Bus Station.

A Gang of youths assaulted a pensioner sitting on a Claybury Park bench on Saturday. The trio approached the 67-year-old at about 1pm and started throwing stones before asking for his mobile phone, said police.

Eastern European gangs of pickpocketers are behind a new wave of thefts on the Tube, it was claimed today. Figures show the number of thefts on the Underground rose by 11 per cent last year — while nearly all other categories of lawbreaking fell.

A Father of two needed 62 stitches to repair gaping wounds to his face after being slashed with a stanley knife during a racist attack. The 28-year-old, who does not want to be indentified, lost about two pints of blood after being assaulted by a gang of four Asian men opposite Fullwell Cross Leisure Centre in Barkingside High Street.

Robbers tipped a paraplegic man out of his wheelchair after robbing him of cash and medication. The 51-year-old victim was left helpless on the ground and is now in hospital after the attack in Southampton yesterday morning.

A Part-time manager at a Birmingham care home, her husband and her sister-in-law who plundered the life savings of an elderly resident suffering from terminal cancer have all been jailed.

Global stock markets fell yesterday amid growing fears about the eurozone debt crisis and rising tension in Korea.

Blood samples from millions of newborn babies are being stored without their parents’ knowledge, it emerged yesterday.

Councils spied on dog walkers suspected of not clearing up after their pets in a string of abuses of their covert surveillance rights, a new report has said.

The NHS has been accused of “sheer carelessness” after it emerged that serious hospital blunders have soared by more than a fifth – and are costing £2million-a-day in compensation.

Former Tory MP Julie Kirkbride has landed a lucrative job in the lobbying industry days after being forced to quit the Commons because of public anger over her expenses.

Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham said today that a failure to address concerns over immigration may have contributed to his party's General Election defeat.

The Government today vowed to send a 'shock wave' through the public sector as it outlined drastic cuts worth £6.243billion in its first step towards reining in the record debts left behind by Labour.

The government has announced that £27m is to be cut from the 2012 London Olympic budget. The decision is part of the £6.2bn of savings in public spending announced by the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition on Monday.

U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered the 28,000 American troops stationed in South Korea to 'ensure readiness' as tensions with North Korea escalate.

The euro declined, erasing most of last week’s advance against the dollar, on speculation European financial institutions face the prospect of losses from Greek debt holdings after regulators seized a Spanish bank.

Armies of council snoops have used anti-terrorism laws nearly 9,000 times in a sneaky attempt to catch dog owners, charity donors and smokers breaking the law, an alarming study revealed yesterday.

British police chiefs express outrage at proposed reforms announced by the new Home Secretary Theresa May, accusing the government of undermining public safety.

Britain's tolerant justice system has again come under fire after official figures revealed just one in 15 hard drug users are being jailed.

No successful public institution has ever been undermined by democracy. Genuine accountability is like the beam of a searchlight, exposing corruption and incompetence. only those with something to hide should fear the people’s verdict.

A road menace was seen laughing and giggling just moments after he killed a doting father while showing off in a high performance car. Zaffer Kurshid, 21, had just passed his driving test and was in his brother's powerful Volvo S60 car when he ploughed into Robert Allen at 70mph in a 30mph zone.

Detectives in Bolton are trying to trace a woman who came to the aid of a teenager who was being forced into a car.

Even before tomorrow's Queen's Speech, our new Lib-Con coalition has achieved a palpable hit. It has upset the feminist Sisterhood.

The EU is paying the price for its pursuit of 'integration' at any cost.  Easily the most telling statement by any politician last week was that from an anguished Angela Merkel, in pronouncing that "the current crisis facing the euro is the biggest test Europe has faced for decades, even since the Treaty of Rome was signed in 1957".

UP to 40 per cent of murder suspects in parts of Britain last year were immigrants, the News of the World can reveal.

Germany is rumoured to be printing Deutschemark banknotes again in preparation for ditching the euro and distancing itself from Greece and the other ailing states that started the sovereign debt crisis.

Cameron is being urged to hold out an olive branch to his party by not meddling in the election of the powerful 1922 Committee.

According to a succession of Labour and Tory ministers, Britain can afford to get rid of its “dirty” industrial base through the closure of mines, steel works and shipyards because opportunities in high-tech industries, such as information technology (IT) will be developed to replace them.

The ConDem-controlled Treasury will announce their plan to cut £12 billion off the public services expenditure next Monday, with half of that being reinvested in health, defence — and foreign aid.

The London 2012 mascots were at the centre of fresh controversy yesterday after it was revealed that a film to promote the alien-like creatures was the brainchild of a Chinese company.

The Duchess of York has offered to quit Prince Andrew's royal residence after she was exposed offering access to him for £500,000. The prince last night arrived back from a visit to Singapore for crisis talks with the Queen on how to minimise the damage.

A man was seriously ill in hospital last night after he was caught in the crossfire during a gunfight between two warring gangs at a street festival. The 27-year-old man was airlifted to hospital yesterday afternoon after being shot in the stomach.

The incident happened at 6pm on Sunday on Great Western Street, Moss Side, Manchester. Officers attended and found a 17-year-old girl had suffered a gun shot wound to her elbow.

Andy Burnham yesterday became the latest candidate in the Labour leadership battle to admit that his party had ignored voters' concerns about immigration.

A £500million bonfire of quangos run by public-sector fat cats will be unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne tomorrow in the first phase of his war on the £163billion deficit that has brought Britain to the brink of bankruptcy.
Goods and services from the natural world should be factored into the global economic system, says UN biodiversity report

Food in supermarkets is at risk of contamination from package labels, experts warn. They claim that toxic chemicals could be seeping into packets from glue on the labels.

Council snoopers have used a controversial Big Brother anti-terror law to spy on people making unwanted donations to charity shops. Covert cameras were placed inside shop windows to film anyone who left bags of books, clothes or CDs outside a branch with a view to prosecuting them for 'fly-tipping'.

Children are almost twice as likely to die before the age of five as those in Sweden or Iceland, it was disclosed, amid continuing concerns over delayed motherhood and unhealthy lifestyles.

Police are investigating claims that the bodies of 40 children were buried in a mass grave at an orphanage more than half a century ago. Pensioner Frank Hadley claimed the remains of the children, who died of natural causes, were buried in the grounds of Haseley Hall in Warwickshire during the 1940s and 50s.

A senior policeman who humiliatingly lost a racial discrimination claim has retired early with a pension payout worth up to £350,000 because he has a 'bad knee'.

Damning questions about Lord Mandelson's role in a controversial Russian oligarch's £500million deal which undermined British manufacturing jobs are raised today.

Less than a week since their return to Westminster, MPs are in revolt over their expenses. They are complaining they are being 'treated like benefits claimants' under a tough new regime.

The moment of truth has arrived for the European Union. The debt crisis has brought the single currency to the brink of meltdown.

Those who are not trained in this country are almost three times more likely to have been told that they can no longer practise medicine here, according to the statistics, from the General Medical Council (GMC).

Researchers have discovered that where you used to live could affect your child's chances of being autistic by up to five times.

The targets say this is one of the best NHS trusts in the country. But this doctor has turned whistle blower to reveal a shockingly different picture...

British scientists have been given £1.4million of taxpayers' money to find out why teenagers leave their lights and TVs switched on. The grant will go on a two-and-a-half-year research project aimed at cutting the energy consumption of children and young adults.