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UK enforces law which bans public from criticising the govt

UK enforces law which bans public from criticising the govt

A British citizen was held for days without charge in a London mental hospital under little-known laws which allow the police to arrest and detain anybody who voices criticism against politicians or celebrities. The Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) was quietly set up to identify individuals who they claim pose a direct threat to VIPs including the Prime Minister, the[Read More…]

Ancient chancel law could force UK homeowners to pay church costs

Ancient chancel law could force UK homeowners to pay church costs

Thousands of homeowners from across the UK may find themselves at the short end of a very thin wedge thanks to a little known law in which the church can literally force people to pay for their upkeep. It turns out that a little known chancel repair law dating back to the Middle Ages can allow churches to force anyone[Read More…]

Kyle McArdle was tasered multiple times by officers before passing out.

Officers fired after taser attack

Two police officers have been fired after tasering an innocent man five times for no reason, it has been reported. Kyle McArdle, 26, was dragged from the streets and said he passed out from the excruciating pain inflicted by the 50,000-volt weapons after officer’s repeatedly tasered him. He was shot in the chest, stomach and leg at point-blank range as[Read More…]

How banking institutions helped to finance the drugs industry

How banking institutions helped to finance the drugs industry

  As governments across the US and Europe continue their “zero-tolerance” policies on drugs, there is one hidden dimension of the narcotics war that is very rarely acknowledged. Over 500,000 US citizens have been locked up as part of the war on drugs, however the drugs industry is still in full swing, thanks to the intervention of the banks. HSBC,[Read More…]

D-Day for British Justice. How MPs have abolished the right to a fair trial

D-Day for British Justice. How MPs have abolished the right to a fair trial

Imagine a scenario in which you are whisked away in the middle of the night by armed police officers and then informed that you will tried in a secret court – which bars you from having legal representative. Imagine that you are then prevented from seeing the evidence, or the witness testimony against you. Nor are you able to submit[Read More…]