Midweek 1 February 2023

Although the comrades are striking on Wednesday there appears no solidarity in the Far Left BBC. It will be desperate to create more gloom with one long day of Left Wing propaganda comrades .

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435 Responses to Midweek 1 February 2023

  1. Thoughtful says:

    Some new interesting organisations mentioned here, along with many lies.


    • NCBBC says:

      Good of you to post a link to Redacted. Its a very good informative site. Their recent posts on what America is doing, and has done to Syria over the last 10 years, is a war crime not to put a fine point on it. Ditto what America did in Iraq.

      America still occupies the best agricultural part of Syria, including Syria’s only oil field.
      Sanctions are also on Syria. Thus Syria, the most tolerant nation in the ME, and probably Europe, is being slowly starved to death and robbed of its oil. And ofcourse the bombing of Syria for using chemical weapons. Fake cooked up evidence, in collaboration with White Helmets.

      There would have been “regime change” in Syria using America’s tool – al Qaeda or al Nusra, had it not been Russia’s intervention. Gone Syria into a Jihadi hell hole for its citizens..

      Some more today on Syria by Vanessa Beeley at Redacted.


  2. Up2snuff says:

    Interesting bit of additional info on ‘the-cost-of-living-crisis’ provided by the Telegraph web-site today, 31 January: second home and buy to let purchases are up by 20%.

    “Crisis? What Crisis?” © Jim Callaghan (Labour Party PM 1970s)


    • StewGreen says:

      The left would say the rich are getting richer.
      The Amazons etc,
      However evidence on the ground shows those much lower down spend money like water
      Take school proms ..we never had them


      • NCBBC says:

        Its wise to spend your savings now and get hardware, as cash in hand or in the bank is going to be worth less and less.

        America has a 30 trillion dollar debt. Its going to recover that by printing money. As the dollar is the Reserve country, primarily for the West, we will sink and drown.

        Russia, China , India and the BRICK nations are buying gold and silver, as well as Saudi Arabia the oil nations . They are going away from the dollar. The end of the petro- dollar is in sight.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Was in John Lewis today and the pensioners were all busy spending, but then they are affected positively by rising interest rates, and those with index linked pensions are laughing.
      Meanwhile grocery inflation has now climbed to an astonishing 17%


      • BRISSLES says:

        Its not all down to index linked pensions or rising interest rates. Changing circumstances is part of it as well. My ‘war generation’ parents didn’t own their property – rented all their life, so I wasn’t benefitting from any inheritance – unlike most of young and youngish people today who will.

        Late husband and I chose not to have children, so do I apologise for that ? this resulted in us working continually and planning for our retirement so paying into private pensions, do I apologise for that ?

        We cannot be blamed for getting past the age of 65, unlike my husband who died in his 50’s so he never enjoyed the fruits of what was to come. We too lived in rented flat for most of our married life and didn’t buy our house until our late 40’s, we saved and waited. I still live in it.

        Its so easy to criticise pensioners – many who are not as fortunate as me. Perhaps we should live in a world in an extended version of Logan’s Run and put an age limit on the population, as all I hear commentators say is “we are an ageing population”. If we all pegged it at 60 then there would be no need for dementia wards, care homes, incontinence pads or commodes !!! so that in itself would put thousands out of work.


      • Sluff says:

        I’m interested in the pensioners with index linked pensions, because the only ones I know about are in the feather-bedded public sector.

        In the private sector, many pension schemes have inflation protection up to a maximum. I know of 7% maxima, 5% maxima, and even 2.5% maxima. Not much good with 10% inflation and there is no Union to provide support. In fact private sector pensioners are totally forgotten, as usual, by the state authorities.

        I might also add that a public sector worker’s final salary pension can pay out an annual pension of up to £50,000 without a tax penalty.. for the private sector worker, the current maximum for the equivalent annuity is about £40,000. To get to the £50,000 annual pension level, the private sector worker would incur a tax liability of 55%.
        Some pensioners are more equal than others. A fact not mentioned during all the current strikes.


  3. Eddy Booth says:

    This creepy (not) missing persons story continues:

    “Constance Marten: Police offer £10,000 in missing couple and baby hunt”

    Starring a mixed race couple – so you’d think the BBC would leave them alone and even criticise the police for obvious harassment, and be asking exactly what offence they’re suspected of, to warrant a nationwide manhunt?
    The guy is a convicted rapist, whose become father- but that’s not an offence.
    The baby hasn’t been registered; but that’s not an offence until after 42 days.

    I guess the woman’s rich father, whom the daughter wants nothing to do with, has some kind of masonic connections, giving leverage across the swamp, media and police, allowing him to hunt her down if she goes off grid for a while.
    Surely the 10k incentive could have been used to catch a real criminal..


    • Deborah says:

      Eddy, you may think a baby has to be registered within 42 days. A friend in south London has a new granddaughter. The parents have booked an appointment to register the birth. I forget the exact time lag but more like 6 months than 6 weeks. Presumably the registrars are working from home and only come in once a fortnight.


  4. StewGreen says:

    Mark Steyn tweeted this new essay by Ofcom



  5. StewGreen says:

    TR is trending
    As ever TR shouldn’t be the story
    cos he is merely a reporter trying to highlight the cases of bigger victims
    Yet attempts to shut him up MAKE him the story
    It’s alleged that Coordinated Mass reporting was used to get Twitter to shut down his account
    video : https://twitter.com/AbsoluteWithE/status/1620497087678001152


  6. taffman says:

    “UK pays more for electricity than it costs to make”
    Why ? Tories.
    IMHO, the silly ideals of ‘Net Zero’ , ‘carbon footprints’ and the silly ‘green energy’ .
    The rest of the world doesn’t give a toss !
    Simple answer, vote for The Reform Party because the rest are closet ‘Remainers’ and want to see us fail.


    • Guest Who says:


      • Guest Who says:


        • StewGreen says:

          Lefty Remainiacs “Brexit has made Britain much poorer”
          Lefty Remainiacs “There is a magic money tree, we can pay all government worker much more”

          The fact is greendream measures, woke measures, immigrants & 2020-2022 Covid all add COSTS & inefficiencies so we all have to take an effective pay CUT to pay for it all.


        • MarkyMark says:

          Dear Darren Henry,

          Parliament’s £13 billion restoration.

          HS2 £150 billion, original budget £36 billion.

          Track and Trace £37 billion – no tracking or tracing where this money went.

          £1.1bn of COVID small business loans identified as fraud

          £4 billion of unusable PPE bought in first year of pandemic will be burnt “to generate power”

          13 + 150 + 37 + 1.1+ 4 = £205 billion

          Nuclear reactor = £6 billion

          Yours sincerely,
          Mr H


    • richard D says:

      “UK pays more for electricity than it costs to make”
      Why ? Tories.

      Really ? The BBC means that it is really treacherous for any company to sell at more than cost – how very socialist of them !


  7. taffman says:

    “What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy?”
    The ‘meeja’ are hard at work to get us back into the EU.
    The only reason we are in a financial mess is because we have not fully left the EU . Thanks to the useless Conservatives Government .


  8. andyjsnape says:

    Black Boy Lane poster installed behind new La Rose Lane sign

    “when the new road sign was vandalised with black paint”

    The racists even used black paint! 🙂


  9. AsISeeIt says:

    Disgusted by the behaviour of male colleagues edition

    Raab bullied staff ‘like an abusive husband’ – screams the Daily Mirror – that’s an interesting analogy.

    And a similitude our cringing lacklustre civil servants didn’t seek to employ against (hysterical shrewish?) Priti Patel: Investigation found she bullied staff, sometimes shouting and swearing at them (Daily Mail, November 2021)

    I’ve a theory. Women are the potential swing voters (psepholoy tells us that) and therefore the target audience for this stuff. Because let’s not forget, this line of attack isn’t aimed at making the Westminster ministerial office a little less Malcolm Tucker’s The Think of It or Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and a little more like The Love Boat or The Brady Bunch – it’s naked party politics at heart: Tory misconduct probe (Mirror) – in case you were in any doubt as to the rosette colour being put in the dock here.

    Here’s another female-centric call to arms from the same frontpage editorial lead: Deputy PM’s rants left workers feeling suicidal, civil servants tell inquiry

    Claiming to feel suicidal is a rather female expression of discomfort

    I don’t know about you chaps, but mild mannered keyboard warrior bloke as I am, my go-to reaction to overbearing bosses in the past (and I’ve had them) has been a (supressed) desire to punch their lights out.

    Why more men than women die by suicide… women are more likely to be diagnosed with depression and to attempt suicide… But male suicide methods are often more violent, making them more likely to be completed – the BBC Future feature there providing us with what those Shampoo adverts tend to term the science bit

    The left-leaning ‘i’ newspaper also assumes it adresses a female audience – their frontpage teaser for Relationship advice (as if inclusion of such a feature wasn’t clue enough in itself – there’s no graph-laden FT Datawatch thereabouts): Dating vigilantes The women-only groups who vet your next Tinder match – the possessive adjective ‘your’ is clearly and exclusively (let’s ignore the trans debate) female. One has to smile as though this were some new revelation in dating – as if she didn’t get her mates to check you out and assess what they reckon of you anyway.

    ‘Fatness is still a touchy subject’ Sofie Hagen on fatphobia – is the Interview feature in what we’ve noted of late to be the most noticably coronaphobic (or could that be coronaphilic?)‘i’ newspaper

    Who’s Wearing a Mask? Women, Democrats and City Dwellers… Women are more likely than men to wear masks. About 67 percent of women said they had worn a mask outside their home, compared with 56 percent of men, according to the Gallup poll (New York Times)

    Despite: Coronavirus: Why Men are More Vulnerable to Covid-19 Than Women? (National Library of Medicine)

    The ‘i’ knows the likes and dislikes – and indeed those subjects likely to set off an emotional reaction in its audience.

    As of course does the BBC: Police inquiry into claims female corpses photographed at fire service – the slightly amusing quirk in this BBC report is that they use a Getty Image of a woman firefighter to illustrate this ‘degrading’ behaviour that men are being put in the dock for.

    Importantly – proving perhaps the BBC does employ some editorial oversight of their articles: One female firefighter (not pictured) reportedly said she was “disgusted” by the behaviour of some male colleagues

    And have no doubt, you ain’t heard the last of this one: Chief Fire Officer Ben Ansell said: “As part of this investigation, I will be providing all of our female staff with the opportunity to speak to an independent organisation. “We would ask that any individuals affected provide us with further information to allow us to investigate these allegations.”

    We’ve seen this feminisation of our armed services and of our police. How long will it be before we start to hear of recruitment difficulties in the foreservice?


  10. JohnC says:

    Dominic Raab: Third senior civil servant gives evidence to bullying probe

    Slowly but surely the BBC are doing their dirty work to get rid of any politicians who supported Brexit and/or are a threat to the license fee debate coming up when the rules are up for renewal.

    All I can think about stories like this how the BBC gave Bercow a free ride for years because he opposed Brexit.

    What utter and complete double-standard hypocrites they are. And OFCOM are a complete farce.


  11. Guest Who says:

    The cost of buying cheap properties due to local conditions, then relying on #prasnews from ‘groups’ to bbc cubicle garden moppets to try and score a claim?


    • StewGreen says:

      As I mentioned yesterday that seems to be a one woman NGO that got a #PRasNews article in the Yorkshire Post,on Tuesday morning
      which BBC staff must have read
      cos on Tuesday tea-time they put up the BBC article


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Guest

      I saw the bBC were on about house prices falling


    • Sluff says:

      What a load of total and utter BBC garbage.
      On this basis we have had proven global warming for the last 900 years, which is the approximate historic record of lost villages on the Yorkshire Coast.

      It must be all those gas guzzling cars in the 13 th century..


  12. Guest Who says:

    Champion is, of course a) not a journalist or b) with a clue on struggling, but I’ll allow it.

    Matter of time only before she and magic gramps are standing, head to lower down, in solidarity with a union leader on £150k.


  13. andyjsnape says:

    Secretive Saudi executions leave families in the dark

    Selective caring brought to you by the bBC


    • MarkyMark says:

      Saudi Arabia executed 81 prisoners on 12 March 2022, including these nine men whose families agreed for their photographs to be shared with media
      Teacher who showed his pupils a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed is still in hiding a year after fleeing his home due to death threats
      The Batley Grammar School teacher is still in hiding a year after the lesson
      The image of the Prophet Mohammed was shown during religious education
      The 30-year-old teacher was cleared of misconduct but he still has not returned to his home or work

      PUBLISHED: 22:12, 26 March 2022 | UPDATED: 23:41, 26 March 2022
      Pakistan: man sentenced to death for blasphemy on Facebook
      Taimoor Raza was found guilty of insulting the prophet Muhammad during an argument on social media with a counter-terrorism official


    • JohnC says:

      “Not only did they take their lives, they intentionally maligned them and accused them of things they’ve not done.”

      Got to love the sheer blatancy of one of the latest BBC tricks. Straight from the ‘Panorama’ instruction book:

      Get someone to say something you want to say, present it as fact while avoiding any accountability with quote marks – then give no opportunity or details for the opposite argument.

      The BBC : making sure you only get to read the things they want you to read. AKA lying by omission.


  14. MarkyMark says:

    7.Members should act on all occasions in accordance with the public trust placed in them. They should always behave with probity and integrity, including in their use of public resources.


    6.Members have a general duty to act in the interests of the nation as a whole; and a special duty to their constituents.


    ‘Mask Has Slipped’: Potential Future PM Keir Starmer Says He Prefers Davos over Westminster




  15. Guest Who says:

    See, if they make it question… no backsies.


  16. Fedup2 says:

    How is it going with the BBC? Im giving myself a rest from it a bit – the bias is one thing – but the gloom is another . It goes on about ‘deteriorating mental health ‘ – anyone – anyone – listening to that stuff every day and paying for it – is bound to be adversely affected .
    Surely that will help our cause of ending the BBC.
    BTW – Thursday brings the latest interest decision . My money is on a pallid 0.25% when the economy needs a full 1% or more – this is based on the rising prices I see in the supermarket ..so … more doom and gloom …..

    .. I bet the BBC can’t wait for the first mortgage default and repossession ….


  17. pugnazious says:

    Why is the BBC even asking this?

    ‘Sam Smith: What’s behind I’m Not Here to Make Friends backlash?


    Naturally….‘the outcry just smacks of this sort of homophobia, queer phobia and transphobia.”‘

    And freak shows will, and should, be the norm on a street near you if they have their way….

    ‘”If we don’t push through, and get through this mucky era then we’re never going to make progress.”‘

    Clearly the BBC feels that there shouldn’t be a backlash or criticism and that men dressing as women should just be accepted as normal…beyond the ‘norm’ of drag queens in shows. The BBC wants them in the streets in schools and reading the news.

    The whole point of drag queens was that they weren’t the norm…they were designed to shock and ‘tittilate’….they were ‘freaks’ and outsiders and no threat to society…but the BBC wants to change that and give every child the option and chance to become trans or a drag queen….all children should be told that they might not be the sex they think they are, the idea should be planted in their suggestive and vulnerable minds that they are trans….and of course many will believe that until it’s way too late and their life has been ruined.

    The BBC, and the trans lobby, are grooming children…they are trying to convert children, it is ‘conversion therapy’ just as much as those who try to ‘convert’ gay people into being straight…which the BBC so objects to.

    The BBC is keen on the on-line harms bill which will allow the prosecution of bosses of social media companies that harmful material to be published on-line….the BBC had better watch out itself if it is going to groom children and promote trans propaganda.

    Indeed such legislation is a slippery slope that shuts down all discussion, debate and investigation….no BBC documentary will be safe….for example the BBC’s film about the grooming scandal which was said to have influenced the Finsbury Park Mosque attacker….such legislation would allow Muslims to try and get the DG prosecuted for broadcasting material that might incite attacks on Muslims…..all news, debate and documentaries would then be impossible to make as there will always be a claim that to broadcast and publish such information will harm someone somewhere.

    We have already seen attempts to do this…by the Left of course….in cases like Breivik the Left tried to blame any and all commentators who spoke about immigration or Islam and said they should be shut down and shut up….but such tactics of course can apply equally to the Lefty commentators….and now the government is introducing it as law not just as a Guardian/BBC fantasy project to shut down the Right.

    Careful what you wish for.


  18. StewGreen says:

    BBC More Or Less used to be about teaching their own BBC staff about maths errors
    now it’s a prog run by BBC Remainiac lefties looking to score points against the Tories

    Item “A Brexit guy said UK EU exports are up
    but but but he cherrypicked one month
    and he failed to account for inflation”
    That’s true

    #1 the prog failed to mention there is an exception thing
    the exports are inflated by the way EU stopped buying Russian gas and now buys US which comes in via the UK, cos we have LNG terminals
    #2 That pre Brexit months could have had exceptions too
    eg corps rushing to move inventory before Brexit

    #3 Export/Import figures often seem to miss intangibles like services/online say insurance and consulting etc.
    #4 That Big Tech choosing to base in Ireland/Luxembourg for tax reasons might artificially inflate those countries exports


  19. pugnazious says:

    Remarkable, or not, how Today and the BBC accept and promote the narrative of black activists that the black police officers who killed Tyre Nichols were racist…because they were in a white supremacist policing model….one that was shaped by its origins of catching slaves…..which is total tosh….the police were not created to catch slaves.

    We had the BBC’s North America Editor, Sarah Smith, tag-teaming with Robinson to see who could forge that narrative into a reality, making the legend fact…..quite extraordinary to hear them both express this line as fact without a moments doubt…..for instance all the officers were black, the city’s force is majority black and Hispanic, the chief of police is black and female, the city is Democrat, and yet here we have the BBC telling us that these officers beat a black guy to death because they were gas-lighted by the white supremacist model of policing that employs and trains them and turned them into racists….according to Robinson.

    This is a police force that clearly does not model itself on a white supremacist, slave-catching model ala the Robinson spin…..I somehow doubt that these officers were in anyway taught by their force that it was the right thing to do to beat black guys to death…..


    ‘A multidimensional agency and one of the most progressive police departments in the nation. A premier agency staffed with officers who are innovative, highly trained, technically proficient, and culturally sensitive.

    The MPD is dedicated to preserving the public safety for all citizens of Memphis. We are fortunate to have on staff a complement of dedicated, professional officers and civilians committed to this goal.

    As a pro-active community policing agency, the Memphis Police Department has made great strides in providing safe environments for the citizens of Memphis while developing strong partnerships within the community.’


    • MarkyMark says:

      Facts about slavery never mentioned in school | Thomas Sowell


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Many of these deaths seem to result after traffic stops.

      I think the reason is that in a traffic stop, the officer has no idea who the driver is. It could be an armed felon. Large numbers of police officers are killed every year.

      The solution US police officers use is to demand absolute compliance from any driver they stop. Any sudden movement could be interpreted as a move for a gun.

      In this case, the dead man ran away from the car. In other cases the driver has put up a struggle or tried to escape for whatever reason. And so the police feel under threat, and the driver ends up dead.

      I am not defending their actions, but that is the way it is. A traffic stop by American police is dangerous for both sides. You need to comply with the officer. If you behave like a dick, you do so at your own risk.


  20. BurnaTyreForGreta says:

    Facts is rassiss innit


  21. StewGreen says:

    Local radio
    caller “I’m just a parent whose been told to come on to explain i’m not letting my children cross the teachers’ picket line ”
    her next line was honest
    “I am a Unison union convener”

    How many times are “normal” callers not so honest

    “When youare a teacher 60% of your money goes straight back into the economy”
    What does that even mean ?
    Of course your salary goes either into your spending or government spending with a bit left over into your saving account
    If that amount is 40% then you are doing very well


  22. Althepalerp says:

    Went to Cribs Causeway Saturday. Absolutely packed.
    Then went out for a meal Saturday night, restaurant packed.
    Where is the cost of living crisis?
    Yes there are poor people, but there’s always, and always will be some poor people. I remember the 70s
    Never had it so good.


  23. StewGreen says:


  24. pugnazious says:

    Listening the other day to a BBC R4 programme about coups…naturally Trump was the star witness….he wanted the military to takeover in a coup, if not that then the judiciary to takeover for him, and failing that he incited the mob to try and steal the election and the Presidency back for him.

    Fact, all fact.

    However we hear that it is very hard now for coups to succeed….the best way is to do it stealthily…a soft coup using guile, persuasion and gas-lighting….such as saying you are the protector of the peace, you want unity and harmony….whilst intending the opposite.

    Naturally the BBC had an example up its sleeve….yes, it really was going to shine a light on the Democrats’ stealth project to subborn democracy and to crush all oppositon….er….no.

    Of course the BBC don’t ever, ever mention that Democrat coup attempt….such as Clinton’s continual rants about her election being stolen and that Trump was an illegitimate President or the Democrat’s own coup attempts to steal the election by using fake information supplied by Russia and abusing process to unseat Trump by impeaching him on trumped up charges…or indeed the Media that supported the Democrats and worked to corrupt the election result…successfully.

    Sooooo…who is this stealthy, sneaky, sinister budding dictator? Step forward the Republican governor of Florida…Ron De Santos!

    Trump in all but name…a Hitler in the making. Gosh.

    Ain’t the BBC just great….and of course trying to influence and interfere in the next US election in which De Santos might be the next Presidential candidate. The BBC already trying to poison his chances.


  25. StewGreen says:

    So Green PR people, what do you think of the work the BBC is doing for you ?


  26. StewGreen says:

    If you stop other people going about their delaying activity
    that is YOU being a bully, it is NOT peaceful
    but this guy says he’s the VICTIM

    I guess he has mental issues.


    • AsISeeIt says:

      I’m reminded that the often cited reason for restricting absolute free speech is to discourage people shouting things in a crowded theatre.


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh since the Twitter name is obscure I missed that the disrupter was Steve Bray at the Radio4 Today Brexit debate
      He’s the bully in the top hat that tries to disrupt live TV outside parliament
      So it was a Steve Bray stunt
      quote “Who let Steve Bray in to the BBC studio. A BBC set up surely!”
      His real name is Dave Allen

      Main voice in the debate was Alastair Campbell


  27. Doublethinker says:

    I know that I seem to be a publicity agent for Victor Davis Hanson but believe me I’m not, I just find he always hits the nail on the head. This time,I’m recommending an article that he has written in the Daily Signal which can be found on You Tube. The title of the article sums up the content , ‘ A country we no longer recognise , a coup we never knew.’
    He sums up so many of the things that have happened in the USA in the past few years which only ten or twenty years ago no one would ever have thought possible , let alone likely. In the space of a few short years we have seen power concentrated in just a few liberal left hands and a hundred million plus citizens disenfranchised.
    Of course the same is happening on this side of the Atlantic too.


  28. G says:

    The message for anyone tracking a UK parcel via Royal Mail right now is,

    “Our international export services continue to be disrupted following a cyber incident. There is currently a limited service.
    For more information please click here.”

    If CBDC / Digital ID’s? All your information will be accessible to anyone that’s loosely working for Government.

    No thank you.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Use EVRI every time … if you never want to see a delivery – never able to contact anybody – never able to track it online .

      In London – delivery – apart from directly from Amazon – is rapidly worstening – so if you buy anything online – try to see who is meant to deliver it – and avoid EVRI every time …


      • G says:

        Don’t think I have a choice over which company a sender uses. Or have I?


        • Fedup2 says:

          Sometimes ….G …. But I’d suggest not buying from companies who use EVRI – I got lucky at Christmas getting £200 back for something EVRI never delivered and probably stole .

          Buyer beware


  29. G says:

    Is it me?

    Every wondered why you can’t find the mathematical sign for ‘therefore’ on ‘symbols’? Wonder why. Well, it is ‘simple’, follow these instruction (if you can) to insert ∴ (I copied and pasted this one – job done) –


    Yet another small example of where the ‘experts’, ‘academics’ are taking us. Long may I stay out of their World. “Follow the Science”



  30. StewGreen says:

    libmob “Migrants use dinghies cos there is no legal route from France to the UK for refugees”

    Ben Habib “Of course there isn’t, cos France is a SAFE country”


    • taffman says:

      Time now for Great Britain to Use Force do defend our borders and the safety of the people therein.


      • G says:


        I’m afraid it’s too late. The enemy is already here in one form or another. I read something a year or so ago, and the specialist said that when a migrant population reaches 20% of the whole, historically, that’s when the trouble really starts. We are down to low 80’s now – and falling rapidly………..


        • MarkyMark says:

          London has remained the region with both the largest proportion of people born outside the UK and the largest proportion of people with non-UK passports. In 2021, more than 4 in 10 (40.6%) usual residents in London were non-UK born, and more than 1 in 5 (23.3%) had a non-UK passport.2 Nov 2022


        • taffman says:

          It is never to late . Start by deporting all the illegal criminals already here. This will need a strong pro-British Government to do that . Not the woke, Tory lot at the moment.

          What other nation not only allows illegal invaders in but puts them up in 4 Star hotels , warms them, feeds them and provides medical care when its own nationals suffer in poverty ?
          The people of Great Britain have been betrayed by a “Conservative” government .


        • Fedup2 says:

          Taffman – the military failed and have handed the taxi service back to the home office – which is recruiting 731? New border force ‘staff’ – presumably from gang members from Albania already here using the ‘police vetting ‘ method …..


          • taffman says:

            “the military failed”
            I am afraid its not the military but the present will of the Conservative Government that cling on to the ECHR and ignore the human rights of the people of Britain.

            How many have invaded our shores today ?
            How many are not being reported by the woke media ?


            • Fedup2 says:

              Taffman- same thing – I think you’d do the same thing with these criminal invaders -but I won’t write it here ……


    • MarkyMark says:

      Channel Tunnel?
      Virgin Space Port?


  31. StewGreen says:

    DramaGreens dramagreen
    It’s dishonest not to mention that sea levels generally rise even without Climate Change


  32. StewGreen says:

    Guardian Opinion :
    Bad economics at the BBC enabled Tory austerity and its aftermath – and it knows as much
    James Meadway

    “*Independent* experts Andrew Dilnot and Michael Blastland”
    *interesting since they both worked for the BBC extensively

    “Government borrowing has little in common with the borrowing that you or I engage in”
    Nope borrowing is not free
    The more the government borrows the more interest charges are .. it’s NOT free money
    and it also influences the exchange rate
    can make imports more expensive.

    Who is Meadway ? Former advisor to Shadow Chancellor.
    Is he a Marxist too ?

    Jun 7, 2021 “The idea that Black Lives Matter is neo-Marxist is just nonsense conspiracy theory,” James Meadway tells us.”


  33. Terminal Moraine says:

    R5 promoting the Shamima Begum podcast just now.

    Naga and filmmaker Josh apply the oily BBC apologetics by the bucketful… she was attracted to a new life… navigating difficult teenage roles… disenfranchisement… Begum had an issue “finding her place in British society” etc etc.

    Anyway Naga’s “really enjoying it”. It’s a regular Wednesday feature apparently (10 parts) so tune in for more teenage beheading larks next week…


  34. Fedup2 says:

    I still witness it – but a waste of time – but it shows the inability of starmer to think on his feet and hold the green card PM to account – corruption in the blue Labour Party should be any easy hit but he still fails
    In the absence of real change next election the most we can hope for is a hung parliament -with – maybe – something British and Right ( reform ?) getting seats … until then – it’s more of the same with added taxes …


    • Kaiser says:

      a “hung” parliament , dont get me all hopeful fed


      • Fedup2 says:

        Kaiser – the humble crofter who used to be leader of the SNP asked a question from the backbenches with a rapturous welcome from the blue labour lot – apparently they used to make money from bets on how many times he would say ‘the people of Scotland ‘… he went bright red …


  35. StewGreen says:

    I see this type of talk 1000 times a day on Twitter
    A Brexit debate, chaired by Remainer Mischall Hussein with Remainer leader Alastair Campbell, the Remainer CBI guy
    vs Mogg and non-Tory Claire Fox
    is somehow an outrage cos it allowed ONE Tory on


  36. StewGreen says:

    The Blue Socialist WEF party have sent their election leaflet around

    “Ooh look at us we went litter picking ”
    .. yeh and half a day later the same oiks will have thrown a load more down
    .. Why don’t oiks get whipped or something ?

    – “Every Household has received £400 Cost Of Living cash for energy bills”
    – “Every pensioner has had £300 on top”
    – “And the poorest families have had £650 on top too
    and a further £900 is coming”
    – “Full time minimum wage people will get an extra £1,600 pa”

    – “There will be the biggest increase in State pension EVER £870
    and on top the poorest couples get £1,470 per couple or £960 single”
    “Plus there are other support packages”

    So the government is taking tax off people,
    then throwing out presents
    but cos people spend that on double energy bills etc. the gov immediately get back double the previous VAT and energy taxes,
    Then with the tax money the government pays its own Full time minimum wage people an extra £1,600 pa meaning that hospitals and schools have a budget shortfall so give worse service

    And these energy giveaways wouldn’t have been necessary if the stupid government wasn’t controlled by the GreenBlob and had actually kept UK fossil fuel mining and storage buoyant.


  37. andyjsnape says:

    Somalia media guide

    Keep paying the tele tax for anyone that is, good value for money, Not

    How about 3rd world war?
    Petr Pavel: Ukraine deserves to join Nato, says new Czech leader


    • MarkyMark says:

      In 2020, the president signed amendments to the media law that included protections for journalists’ rights but also featured vaguely worded provisions criminalizing the dissemination of “false information,” and reports that conflict with the “national interest,” according to Freedom House.

      The law grants the Ministry of Information broad powers to regulate the media.



  38. Eddy Booth says:

    “Costa cappuccino has five times more caffeine than Starbucks’ ”

    Dear me.. BBC retards need Which? to measured the caffeine in drinks at the five big chains, to realise Starbucks coffee is piss weak.😆


  39. Fedup2 says:

    Funny – at the Sunday mass the priest – in passing – mentioned that the boss of Starbucks has said that anyone who believes that marriage is only valid for a man and woman they should buy coffee from elsewhere –
    My priest being relaxed about matters advised the congregation to make their own minds up . When I was working in central london I had to use Starbucks for unofficial meetings – but never ever again ….


    • moggie63 says:

      I have a Starbucks round the corner. Never been in one and never will.


      • Zephir says:

        Want a large coffee?

        In Starbucks it seems they take a small coffee and top it up with hot water.

        I NEVER visit as they just serve brown water.


        • BRISSLES says:

          The best coffee is in my own home. No company comes close to it.


          • moggie63 says:

            I have a decent grinder at home and buy packaged beans, makes lovely coffee to my specification and I can get a good variety online. It works out around 30p a cup.


  40. StewGreen says:

    More or Less when a lefty writer made a righty claim
    they found her claim was true
    The New Statesman journo Cunliffe said ..
    “There are more pensioners in ‘millionaire households’
    .. than pensioners in poverty”

    The big caveat is most people jump to assuming you are a millionaire or poor but 60% are in the middle in neither category.

    – millionaire households are quite common when you add up the house and 2 people’s pension pot .. 27% of pensioners

    Poverty households 15% of pensioners


  41. StewGreen says:

    More or Less had a stupid dramaqueen item
    “did the renaming of Blackboy Lane really cost Haringey £180K ?”
    … “oh no that was the top end pre budget guess based on paying each household £300 for inconvenience
    .. they actually paid £250”

    The point is it still mean about £100K of public money was used instead of going to REAL NEEDS

    Next item “do store loyalty cards show patterns of ovarian cancer before you know”
    Doh yes they do often, that was all explained in the news
    There is no maths angle, the prog just used it as an excuse to bring on their mate Hannah Fry.


  42. andyjsnape says:

    FBI search President Biden’s home in Delaware

    was “planned”

    Luckily the FBI “planned” this, maybe helpful if you need to “mislay” anything


  43. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Remember Starmer’s inability to say what a woman is.

    Here’s a question some interviewer should put to him.

    “Are you a man”

    If that is too difficult for him maybe ask “what are you”

    It doesn’t matter what answer he gives because it will upset loads of lefties and wokies as they will find ANY answer offensive.

    Of course, if he did answer it would be a load of old waffle without saying anything (but just imagine if he made the mistake of admitting he was a man)


  44. vlad says:

    Normally, a black man killed by cops would deserve acres of print and months of airtime and analysis by the BBC.

    And normally, black men committing murder would get little or no mention at all.

    So when black cops kill a black man, the BBC find themselves in a quandary and compromise by sliding the story off the news as quickly as possible, as it doesn’t fit their narrative of ‘racist white cops’.

    Other commentators are less squeamish.


  45. taffman says:

    Wales goes Woke!
    “Delilah” banned for choirs at Principality Stadium.
    Red rag to bull ?
    This could turn out to be “interesting” to say the least as Wales has no need of choirs, the taffmen among the supporters are much better and vociferous ……………….


  46. Zephir says:

    This is about right:

    “‘I haven’t seen this many civil servants in Westminster since the pandemic’: Ex-minister Jake Berry mocks mandarins for picketing outside government departments despite resisting efforts to get them to return to their offices to work”



  47. JohnC says:

    Ukraine war: Russian threat growing, front line troops fear

    About as near an admission from the BBC that Russia are currently winning the war – but you have to read between the lines to realise it. Along with a quote from someone at the front line who has said they ‘need Western fighter jets to break through all of Russia’s new defences to give us aeroplanes to win’. They needed the tanks so they could ‘recapture more territory from Russia’. Clearly he has been duly briefed and moved on from tanks so the BBC can apply the pressure.

    But the bit which almost made me laugh is:

    “There have been cases of [Ukrainian] units who don’t seem willing to fight, and disagreements [over tactics],” one Ukrainian soldier acknowledged, speaking off the record.

    …. errrr … doesn’t ‘off the record’ mean not to be disclosed publicly BBC ?.

    What I see when I read this article is that Russia has learned how to nullify the effect of our anti-tank missiles, the HIMARS system and the massive amount of satellite intelligence the USA are giving Ukraine and all of our other most advanced weapons.

    So they are now match fit for WW3. Are we ?.

    No doubt top of the list next will be to capture some examples of our best tanks to have a look at and learn where they are weakest.

    And of course no BBC article about this war would be complete without something which looks completely fake.

    Here’s where a bomb landed:

    I wonder how that wire at the bottom of the ‘crater’ remained undamaged. And the debris landed remarkably tidily. It even separated itself into different piles.


  48. StewGreen says:

    4:30pm Media Show .. Yet again they kept the blurb blank before broadcast
    Surely that is to hide from critics

    #1 BBC’s controversial doco about Modi
    I reported the protests against BBC across the UK

    Modi has got big tech to remove BBC content from YouTube
    Guest tweet : https://twitter.com/tame_wildcard/status/1620819216369860611

    #2 Spotify is winding back from its expansion programme
    so will layoff workers


  49. Guest Who says:

    BBC already way ahead on this.

    Trust them.