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Tory Culture Secretary Reveals Affair With Sex Worker

(AFP) – A British minister admitted on Tuesday that he had been in a relationship with a sex worker, but said that he did not know her occupation at the time. Culture Secretary John Whittingdale said that he had broken

Peer: Britain Will Ditch The Pound And Join The Euro

Peer: Britain Will Ditch The Pound And Join The Euro

Fanatical pro Brussels Tory Lord Heseltine has predicted the UK will end up scrapping the pound and adopting the euro. In an interview with the BBC the former Deputy Prime Minister rejected the idea that pro-European voices had “lost the

Russell Brand is a Shadow of his Former, Boisterous Self

Russell Brand is a Shadow of his Former, Boisterous Self

Something is up with everyone’s favourite crusading comedian, Russell Brand. I watched last night’s Question Time, which pitted Brand against UKIP’s Nigel Farage, to save you the trouble. Here’s what I observed.  These shows are a sort of trial by fire

Poll: Brits Would Vote to Leave EU

Poll: Brits Would Vote to Leave EU

A new poll has shown that 46.6 percent of Brits would vote to leave the EU if a referendum were held today, with just 34.3 per voting to stay in. The findings by polling company Survation also reveal a huge

Claim: Teetotal Muslims to Blame For Pub Closures

Claim: Teetotal Muslims to Blame For Pub Closures

An “increase in the Muslim population” in Northern England and the Midlands has exacerbated the rate of pub closures, a Conservative member of the House of Lords has said during a debate on a cross-party amendment that will allow landlords

BREAKING: Tory MP Mark Pritchard Arrested For Rape

BREAKING: Tory MP Mark Pritchard Arrested For Rape

The Conservative MP for The Wrekin, Mark Pritchard, has been arrested for an alleged rape. The 48-year-old has been an MP since 2005 and is leading Pro-Life campaigner in the House of Commons. Pritchard is believed to have voluntarily attended

Snapshot: Osborne Bashes the Rich to Hurt Labour

Snapshot: Osborne Bashes the Rich to Hurt Labour

There are two types of people who should be most worried about George Osborne’s Autumn Statement: the rich and the Labour Party. The Chancellor’s big move reforming stamp duty means those buying properties over £1.5 million will in future be

Backbench Campaign to Bring Back Grammar Schools

Backbench Campaign to Bring Back Grammar Schools

Influential backbench Conservatives are supporting a campaign to bring back grammar schools. With surveys showing a majority of parents are in favour of reintroducing the schools, which select based on academic ability only, David Davies and Graham Brady are taking

Over Half of Voters Want a Return to Grammar Schools

Over Half of Voters Want a Return to Grammar Schools

A new poll has revealed the overwhelming popularity of selective education of the type all but outlawed in the last century in the United Kingdom, news which will surely worry Tory and UKIP strategists alike.  The YouGov poll, which recorded

Owen Paterson makes his bid for the Iron Throne

Owen Paterson makes his bid for the Iron Throne

Today Owen Paterson declared war on the Vichy wing of the Conservative party by telling them exactly like it is: Britain’s ongoing membership of the EU is a disaster; we’d be much better off out;  the only reason we ever

Former Tory Minister Calls for Britain to Leave EU

Former Tory Minister Calls for Britain to Leave EU

Former Environment Minister Owen Paterson has called for Britain to leave the EU and negotiate a new free trade agreement with Europe. Speaking at the Eurosceptic “Business for Britain” think tank, Mr Paterson told the audience that “As they [the

Historic UKIP Win in Rochester and Strood By-Election

Historic UKIP Win in Rochester and Strood By-Election

GILLINGHAM, United Kingdom – UKIP won an historic second by-election in Rochester and Strood today after one of the hardest fought campaigns the party has ever been through. Initial projections had suggested the so-called People’s Army would storm the election