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Vigilante gang jailed after taking two alleged fraudsters hostage

Vigilante gang jailed after taking two alleged fraudsters hostage and threatening them with a hammer, knife and hot iron during terrifying ordeal The gang of seven men, led by Tariq Dhumial (pictured) lured the victims to a property in Manchester where they arranged bank transfers worth thousands of pounds. 9 comments 11 shares

Imam accused of conducting hundreds of sham marriages

 now plans to sue Home Office after ‘two years of hell’ Mohammed Mattar said the UK Border Agency had made a ‘mug’ of him after the case against him collapsed in a paperwork blunder after he was accused of leading 580 sham marriages. 7 comments 1 video 5 shares ‘Sham marriages’ imam suing Home Office […]

The moral imperative to get tough on immigration

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Isn’t there profound immorality in the way Britain’s politicians have suppressed the truth about immigration while failing to thrash out workable deportation rules with our EU partners? 39 comments 60 shares

Why DO the Left despise patriotism?

 Sneering Left-wing art critic brands the poppy tribute seen by millions at the Tower as a “type of memorial’ The Guardian’s Jonathan Jones trashed the ‘toothless’ memorial as ‘fake’, ‘inward-looking’ and ‘a lie’, suggesting the now-crimson moat should be filled with ‘barbed wire and bones’. 356 comments 3 videos 346 shares

STEPHEN GLOVER: UN ‘experts’ who say Britain is a racist, sexist nation with awful child poverty should go take a running jump

A report by Unicef ranks Britain 25th in a child poverty table behind Chile (which holds the number one spot), Romania (12th) and even Bulgaria (20th). 279 comments 1 video 105 shares

RAF jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers

RAF jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers over North Sea as Nato reports dozens of planes in European airspace Some 26 Russian aircraft ran ‘significant military manoeuvers’ in 24 hours to yesterday including two Tu-95 Bear bombers (pictured) which had to be followed by RAF Typhoon jets (inset) from RAF Lossiemouth in Moray, northern Scotland. […]

Will the last one out PLEASE turn those lights off?

 National Grid HQ lit up at night – days after it warned our bulbs could be dimmed this winter due to energy crisis Bosses said a series of ‘brownouts’ this winter could dim the lights but the message has not got through to management who left their vast estate ‘lit up like a Christmas tree’ […]

Rude awakening for neighbours from hell

Rude awakening for neighbours from hell whose out-of-control children, rowdy relatives and round-the-clock drinking make life a nightmare for those living nearby as they’re given early morning eviction notices Police and council officers have turned the tables on North Tyneside’s most troublesome tenants, by handing them warning letters and eviction notices on their doorsteps early […]

House prices hit new record

House prices hit new record of £189,333 as rise continues after September dip Property values grew by by 0.5 per cent in October, reversing a 0.1 per cent month-on-month fall seen in September, although the housing market does appear to have lost momentum. 17 comments 9 shares

What a Harry on!

 Prince hops on to an old London bus with actress Barbara Windsor to promote Poppy Day Appeal at Buckingham Palace The Prince hopped on to a 1960s Routemaster bus outside Buckingham Palace where he met military personnel and volunteers supporting the Royal British Legion. 134 comments 1 video 414 sharesPrince Harry joins Poppy Day Appeal […]