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LAST ROLL CALL FOR BRITAIN’S ABANDONED VETERANS

Homelessness among some of the bravest people in the UK is self-evident for even those going to the local shops. Hundreds of former servicemen and women are now sleeping rough, stats compiled by charities reveal. The Roll Call of the Abandoned. Officially, it is hard to estimate a true total, as there are only two bodies in England which record the number of UK nationals who have served in the Armed Forces.

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MIGRANT INVASION UK HOME SECRETARY LEADS EUROPE

At least 5,000 more refugees will be resettled in the UK under a renewed government initiative. The Home Office said the most vulnerable migrants would be transferred from 2020 onwards. A programme that started in 2015 focused on Syria, but the government will now take benefit-bandits from beyond the Middle East and North Africa and provide emergency resettlement where lives are at risk. 

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CIVIL SERVICE BONUSES FOR BETRAYING THE POOR WHITES

Bonus payments worth as much as £17,500 are being given to top officials in the United Kingdom’s Department for Work and Pensions, it has emerged. The UK Government said 61 senior civil servants in the Department of Works and Pension (DWP) which is in charge of the welfare system, including the botched roll-out of Universal Credit that cost several lives, last year got awards at an average of £9600.

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WORKHOUSE BRITAIN SOLITARY, POOR, NASTY, BRUTISH and SHORT

Millionaire Tory Chancellor Philip Hammond has rejected the idea that ‘vast numbers of people’ in Britain live in ‘dire poverty’ – because he doesn’t see it.  Mr. Hammond said he didn’t accept a report by a UN rapporteur which compared poverty and welfare support in the UK to a Victorian workhouse.

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THE DAMNED AND THE SHAMED SEEK REFUGE IN LIES

As everyone knows, history is the propaganda of the victors. As a consequence, the home libraries of most are composed of fiction and none more far-fetched than palace publishers spin on the Workers Reich and World War II. In respect of the Allied bombing campaigns against not just Germany but France and the Low Countries, the most ill-informed retort is that ‘they started it’ and ‘they did the same to us.’

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THE AWESOME EXPERIENCE OF AN 8,000 VOICE CHOIR

The Welsh male voice choir has become the country’s most treasured and remarkable feature, with Baptist, Methodist origins in the 18th century. During this time, congregations in both the north and south of Wales formed tenor-bass choirs that led chapel-goers in the singing of hymns, both in English and in Welsh.

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