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Tories wage war on the sick

Tories wage war on the sick

The Tories have pioneered an amazing breakthrough in medical technology – by putting limits on sickness, it has emerged. Well, not quite. What they actually proposed is to place limits on the number of times people are allowed to visit their GP. The idea currently being floated among the Tory elite, asked activists whether they agree or disagree with the[Read More...]

Hate mob placated by tea and biscuits

Hate mob placated by tea and biscuits

Tea, biscuits and football helped to diffuse a potentially volatile situation at York mosque it was reported, after members of the far-right English Defence League (EDL) turned up to protest. The mosque had received aggressive threats from the far-right group shortly before their arrival. The EDL expressed anger at Muslims worshipping there and connected the death of Lee Rigby with[Read More...]

London Beheadings: Who do the terrorists represent?

London Beheadings: Who do the terrorists represent?

The UK has been left shell-shocked after the vicious and brutal murder of two soldiers by two extremists. Two suspects were shot by armed police while ten more have been arrested. The suspects were British muslims and the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson claimed they were seen shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’, which means ‘God is great’ in Arabic, and tried to[Read More...]

BNP urges members to “breed more white children”

BNP urges members to “breed more white children”

The British National Party (BNP) has urged their members to have more kids, following a catastrophic election result. On its website, it urged members to do their ‘bit for the white race’ after failing to win a single seat in the local council elections on May 2nd. The BNP fielded 99 candidates but did not win a seat. It lost[Read More...]

Police plan to fit elderly with tracking devices

Police plan to fit elderly with tracking devices

  Police have announced plans to fit tracking devices into elderly dementia sufferers to avoid “costly call-outs” to search for patients who go missing. Sussex Police have purchased 15 of the devices and said that it would prevent the time spent on searching for elderly people who go missing. They have estimated that one-in-four of more than 300 missing persons[Read More...]