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Britain First

Dear Adrian,

This Christmas, a significant number of homeless people will be sleeping rough on the streets of Tunbridge Wells in Kent.

Myself and a small team of Britain First activists visited the town to hand out food, warm clothes and Christmas gifts to the local British homeless.

Please watch the shocking full video report:

Britain First

Yours sincerely,

Britain First

Jayda Fransen
Acting Leader

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send them back

Many of the migrants in various camps near the M25 live in their cars on car parks, in vehicles raised off their wheels to avoid having to pay road tax.

Residents living near the camps – mainly from Albania, Bulgaria and Romania – branded them a nuisance.

PR consultant Alison Johnson, 56, said: ‘They often move locations to avoid being found. they start fires and make it intimidating to walk there,’ reports The Sun.

Camps have been spotted in Wembley, near the national football stadium, in Lea Valley, close to the famous Olympic velodrome, and next to the Olympic stadium.

Last month it emerged that a group of migrants had been living in a car park next to Asda in south east London for more than ten years.

Stationed on a road between branches of B&Q, Halfords, Pets At Home and Asda, the camp is home to around 20 Romanians who relentlessly pestered shoppers for work.

Camped out: East European’s sleeping in a home made shanty town in Lower Edmonton in the Lee Valley Park

Elaborate: Some of the migrants have built impressive tents and huts with wooden doors and soft furnishings inside (pictured in 2014)

Some boasted they can make £250 a day on disreputable building sites.

The cars, including Citroens, Fords and Vauxhalls, mainly had British number plates and are stuffed with filthy blankets and duvets.

Front seats were wrenched backwards to form makeshift beds and there wer blacked-out windows designed to block out the sun.

Bottles of aftershave and rolls of toilet paper were an unsavoury reminder of the deeply unhygienic situation.

Homeless: Onlookers were forced to stand by during the clearance of the camp by the authorities

Towed: More than ten cars without tax were removed during the operation two weeks ago, which was a collaboration of the Metropolitan Police, Southwark Council and the Home Office

But despite frequent complaints from residents, the camp existed in the retail park in the Old Kent Road area of South London for at least eight years – with little intrusion from the authorities

However, two weeks ago, police and the Home Office finally cleared the camp – despite previous claims from police that they could not intervene as it was on private land.

And security guards at the retail park said they also did not have the power to remove them, despite them hassling shoppers, saying ‘job, job, job’.

However, officials, working alongside Southwark Council, eventually took action and towed away more than ten cars filled with bedding that did not have road tax.

these greedheads cost NHS a fortune

Medication moguls rake in £262million from the under-pressure health system.

They buy up patent drugs no longer considered profitable by large pharmaceutical companies, before purchasing the marketing rights and dropping the drug’s household name.

The firms then use the drug name to bypass NHS pricing controls.

The health system does not have a price limit on drugs to treat common conditions, meaning they can push up prices without questions.

Figures have revealed dozens of drugs have already spiked in price by an enormous 1,000%.

The money-making tactics have seen 10mg tablets of steroid Hydrocortisone shoot up from 70p in 2008 to £85 this year.

And Cyclizine 30mg tablets, used to treat nausea, have also spiralled from £9.57 to £353 a packet.

The cost to the NHS is the equivalent of hiring an extra 7,000 junior doctors a year, but the business model is entirely legal.

MPs are outraged at the revelations and are urging Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to close the loophole.

Former Labour Health Minister Ben Bradshaw said: “These revelations are extremely alarming at a time of severe financial constraint on the NHS.”


homo superior? to replace homo sapiens

Scientists today announced a landmark plan to recreate entire human cells from scratch within the next ten years.

The enormously complex project involves synthesising all six billion ‘letters’ of the entire human DNA code, otherwise known as the genome.

If the project goes ahead, it could have far reaching implications for the study of diseases such as cancer and even growing replacement organs, say researchers.

But the work could also heighten existing public concerns over a fast-track to ‘designer babies’.

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A group of scientists is pushing for man-made human genomes in the lab, calling for a huge international effort to launch this year. If the project goes ahead, it could have far reaching implications for the study of diseases such as cancer and even growing replacement organs, say researchers

A group of scientists is pushing for man-made human genomes in the lab, calling for a huge international effort to launch this year. If the project goes ahead, it could have far reaching implications for the study of diseases such as cancer and even growing replacement organs, say researchers


Researchers are suggesting the launch of a project to produce man-made human genomes in the lab.

Human Genome Project-write (HGP-write) would enable researchers to expand on techniques already being used in the lab to create synthetic yeast, and synthesis DNA in the lab.

The group of 25 scientists has highlighted the need for technology and ethical frameworks, but say the approach could lead to:

  • Growing organs for transplant patients
  • Engineering immunity to lethal viruses, such as Ebola or Zika
  • Making synthetic genes to study their role in cells
  • Synthesising whole chromosomes, such as chromosome 21 ­– an extra copy of which is responsible for Down’s syndrome
  • Developing cancer-resistant cells in the lab

Scientists are hoping that the completed DNA, once its made, will be implanted into a living cell and – it is hoped – start to divide.

At this point scientists will have created, for the first time, a whole human cell of their own design.

Named the Human Genome Project-write (HGP-write) it could enable researchers to make synthetic human genes and chromosomes for study.

This could include chromosome 21 ­– an extra copy of which is responsible for Down’s syndrome.

But implications could extend far beyond, to growing organs for transplant patients, engineering immunity to lethal viruses, such as Ebola or Zika, and even developing cancer-resistant cells in the lab.

Writing in the journal Science today, researchers explain that plans to create a synthetic genome would be the next step on from sequencing of the human genome, which was completed in 2004.

Led by Professor Jef Boeke of New York University, the authors write that HGP-write would be a natural progression and would switch research from a ‘reading’ to ‘writing’ mode.

The group’s paper follows in the wake of closed-door meetings on genome editing held at Harvard Medical School last month, with scientists, lawyers, entrepreneurs and government officials, but from which journalists were excluded.

One of the main goals outlined by the group is to slash the cost of engineering man-made genomes within cells in the lab, reducing the cost 1,000-fold over the coming decade and making the approach more affordable.

The team say it would be an expansion of techniques already used in the lab to edit human and animal cells, but scaled up considerably from making small amounts of synthetic DNA.

i didn’t think feminists did this?

Revealed, the masturbation hotspots of the UK: Women in the South East and men in London indulge the most frequently

  • Women in the South East masturbate an average of seven times a week
  • London men indulge six times a week, a survey of 3,000 adults found 
  • Women in the UK spend three time as much on sex toys than men
  • Experts claim masturbation can ward off diseases like diabetes and cancer


A former HSBC boss last night set out the economic case for Brexit – saying it would allow Britain to ‘take back control’ of the City of London.

Michael Geoghegan, group chief executive of the bank between 2006 and 2010, laid out seven reasons why he believed the UK was better off outside the EU.

He said leaving the European Union would enable Britain to regain power over taxation, ditch costly Brussels red tape and shelter the Square Mile from the fallout of a future eurozone crisis.

Such moves would ‘make the City a more competitive, prosperous global financial centre’, he said.

And he warned that the proposed EU ‘financial transaction tax’ on banks could have an impact on Britain even if – as George Osborne has promised – we do not take part in it.

Remaining could mean multi-billion-pound tax raids on the UK, less influence on international bodies and a reduced chance to promote the City as an international financial centre, his report warned. Mr Geoghegan’s intervention contrasts sharply with the comments of current HSBC boss Stuart Gulliver, who threatened to move hundreds of jobs to Paris if we leave. The threat has since been dropped.

It makes him one of the most senior big business figures to reject the view of the CBI and others that leaving the EU would be a risk. His intervention is a riposte to claims that Leave campaigners have ‘lost’ the economic argument.


Pensioners were last night told they face losing ‘dramatic’ sums of money if Britain votes to stay in the European Union.

The warning flies in the face of George Osborne’s claim that Brexit would cost every pensioner up to £32,000 – and asserts that the real threat to retirement incomes is a vote to Remain.

Experts highlighted a Brussels directive which requires insurers to increase their cash reserves to guard against the risk of insolvency.

Even though it has only been partially implemented in Britain, it has already driven down the rates on annuities, which millions of workers have to buy to turn their private or company pension pots into an income for life.

Experts say that if Britain stays in the EU, it is likely to be extended to cover final salary company schemes. State sector schemes won’t be affected.

Last night, industry experts said this was not the only threat to pensions from a vote to Remain on June 23.

They also warned of the risk of a Eurozone collapse, which could see the UK having to bail out southern EU nations and hit the value of investments.

By contrast, a vote to Leave would free pension funds from stifling Brussels red tape. They could even receive a ‘boost’ from a fall in the value of the pound which may result from Brexit.

Iain Duncan Smith, the former work and pensions secretary, warned that the solvency directive could end up costing British pensioners £400billion.

Rape this idiot see how he likes it.

Fareed Zakaria, CNN host of ‘Foreign Affairs,’ a program focusing on international events, has in his private blog called for the merciless rape of white females by Islamic minority groups shortly after openly gloating over the rise in premature deaths of white males in his article in The Washington Post.

Zakaria’s blog post unapologetically calls to increase the death rate of white Middle America by systematically targeting Caucasian females.

“The white race is rightfully failing because it is a foolish, arrogant, and self-absorbed ethnicity that has racism infused into its very genes. While the sharp incline of the death rate of white males is a good start, the solution to the ‘white question’ will not be reached until there is a sharp decline in the population of white females as well. Much more needs to be done in this regard if this country is ever to advance from its ignorant backwardness towards being an actually inhabitable nation.

Thankfully, the Prophet Muhammad has given us a foolproof way to speed up the decline of a vanquished nation by treating their women as our sex slaves. They may try and fight the unstoppable tide, but their resistance will grow only weaker as the white race loses its ability to keep its head above water. We may yet see some final convulsions before white Middle America is decreased to a manageable number where it can be more easily controlled.”

The blog post was removed from Zakaria’s blog within a few hours, after it began to receive negative attention.

CNN officials have refused to take action against their employee, stating that there was no evidence of hate speech or racism in Zakaria’s writings because he only targeted whites and not minorities. “Some people are just being too sensitive,” a CNN

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The government’s confirmed that two applications have been made to lift the ban on bee-killing pesticides for certain crops planted this year. [1]

A group of experts who advise Liz Truss, the environment minister, are reviewing them right now. [2]

Liz Truss will make the final decision. Before she hears the government’s recommendations next week, she needs to feel the pressure to protect our bees. Already, 180,000 of us have signed the petition – now we need our MPs to speak up for the bees too.

Please email your MP, David Mackintosh, now, asking him to speak to Liz Truss about keeping the ban on bee-killing pesticides. It’ll only take 2 minutes and there’s some suggested text to help you get started:

The pesticides, called neonicotinoids, are banned across Europe because they’re contributing to killing our bees. [3] But Liz Truss could ignore the ban and allow toxic pesticides onto British fields for crops planted this summer.

She ignored the ban last year. Hundreds of thousands of 38 Degrees members put up a good fight – but we lost because the government gagged their own experts, then made the final decision behind closed doors. [4]

But while we were on the back foot last year, this year we’re ahead. We caught the scent early that powerful lobbyists might apply to lift the ban – so 160,000 of us have already signed the petition. [5] Together we’re ready for this moment.

Your MP can help protect the bees by speaking to Liz Truss about the huge public outcry and the danger of these bee-killing pesticides. Please email your MP now:

Thanks for being involved,

Maddy, Amy, Maggie, the 38 Degrees team and millions of British bees

PS: This petition is one of many people-powered ways to protect our bees this summer. More than 30,000 of us are planting bee-friendly flower seeds. Over the next few weeks thousands of us will be emailing, tweeting, calling and meeting our MPs – to make sure every one of them knows they need to stand up for our bees.

[1] Barry Gardiner MP submitted a written question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, asking whether any applications had been submitted to the government. A reply was posted yesterday. Neonicotinoids: Written question:
For more information, see FG Insight:
[2] A group of scientists form the UK Expert Committee on Pesticides. It’s their job to assess any applications to lift the ban on bee-killing pesticides and make a recommendation to the government. Their next meeting is next week, on the 4th May. UK Expert Committee on Pesticides (ECP):
[3] Here’s just a selection of the many articles that show recent evidence of how these pesticides harm our bees:
The Mirror: Bumblebees left ‘confused’ by pesticides on their favourite wild flowers:
Guardian: Pesticides linked to bee decline for first time in a countrywide field study:
The Telegraph: Stinging verdict on bee-killers:
[4] 38 Degrees: Government approves bee-killing pesticides: press release:
[5] At the end of this article on FG Insight, a UK Farming and Agriculture website, it mentions that powerful farming lobbyists were considering an application to use pesticides – and that they’d need to make the application by April. So 38 Degrees members leapt into action, 160,000 of us signing the petition ready incase an application was put in.
FG Insight: OSR flea beetle damage down in second season without neonicotinoids:


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girls in Burkina Faso are married off as children – some as young as 11.

Maria was just 13 years old when she was forced to marry a man old enough to be her grandfather. Her father told us that it was his right to trade her away.

‘I have the right to marry off my daughter. She is my property and not yours.’ Maria’s father

Help end child marriage in Burkina Faso and Sierra Leone – donate today

As a wife, Maria would be expected to cook, clean the house, and have sex whenever her husband wanted. But after three days she escaped and walked over 100 miles to find shelter.

Maria is now back home living with her family. With the help of her local community she filed a complaint with the police, who ordered Maria’s father to let her return to the family home. She now hopes to go to school.

Will you join Maria’s revolution?

Shockingly, Maria’s story is not uncommon. More than half of all young girls in Burkina Faso are married off as children – some as young as 11.

Donate today, and the UK government will double your donation**

We are working with schools in Burkina Faso and Sierra Leone to make sure every girl knows her rights. We’re also working with communities to build support among parents and traditional leaders, so that they speak up for girls’ rights when it matters most – and commit to ending these harmful practices.

Together, we want to reach over 7,000 girls at risk of child marriage in Burkina Faso and Sierra Leone, so they don’t have to go through what Maria did. And if you give today the UK government will double your donation.

The revolution has started. Will you join us?

Donate today and double your impact

Thank you.


Rosie Chinchen

Director of Fundraising
Amnesty International UK

**You must be a UK resident for the UK government to double your donation.