Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson with today’s news update from the UK Column.
START – Fake News: Donald Trump’s list in the headlines
05:25 – The smokescreen of normality: Brexit is a scam
06:14 – Franco British Council: undermining British Sovereignty
23:45 – Nigel Farage busy destroying UKIP…Hague calls for disbanding
25:21 – PFI and PF2: capital value £60bn, cost to the taxpayer £199bn…
27:49 – RBS: hanging their customers…?
29:48 – Rt. Hon David Gauke: defending independent judiciary & rule of law
33:19 – Prime Minister (temporary replacement) bill 2017-2019…
36:34 – Grenfell Tower: housing boss quits six months after tragedy
“Everything calls peace, Schalom! Then it will occur – a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostiley in the Mediterranean – the situation is strained. But the actual firing spark is set on fire in the Balkan: I see a “large one” falling, a bloody dagger lies beside him – then impact is on impact. …”
Alright, so that just happened. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling blamed former UKIP-chief Nigel Farage for the terrorist attack on Finsbury Park mosque. Luckily for Farage, he’s a lad-emperor who knows how to respond to this sort of madness.
Also, check out the ever brilliant Brendan O’Neill on exactly this matter.
Conservatives will do slightly better than the exit poll predicted – but will still be just short of an overall majority… Porjection – Conservatives: 322(4 short of majority, down 9 from 2015), Labour: 261(up 5 from 2015)
Nigel Farage has emerged as a “person of interest” in the FBI’s investigation looking into possible collusion between the Kremlin and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Guardian reports adding that the former Ukip leader had raised the interest of FBI investigators because of his relationships with individuals connected to both the Trump campaign and Julian Assange.
In a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May, the UK Parliament’s House of Commons voted overwhelmingly to trigger Britain’s exit from the European Union, defeating attempts by pro-EU lawmakers to attach extra conditions to her plan to start divorce talks by March 31. 494 to 122 lawmakers voted in favor of a law giving EU nationals the automatic right to remain in the UK as the first piece of legislation to authorise Brexit made its way through the Commons, ending days of intense debate which have tested May’s slim parliamentary majority.
The European Parliament today debated on Trump, and more specifically the 90 day travel ban to the US, which he imposed on seven Muslim-majority countries. And let’s not waste too many written words here, because it was a slugfest as usual, between the EP’s two usual suspects: the One man European People’s Army Nigel Farage versus Eurofederal high priest Guy Verhofstadt.
Verhofstadt topped his last month’s meltdowns by going pedal to the metal on Godwins:
While last week’s report that Nigel Farage is considering moving to the US may have been a prank, overnight the UKIP leader shared some more somber news with The Daily Express, whom he told that he fears for his life and cannot go out in London without his security detail. “I’ve got no life — I can’t do anything, I can’t go anywhere.”
NIGEL FARAGE has revealed that Donald Trump will re-install a bust of Winston Churchill removed from the Oval Office by Barack Obama – in a clear sign of the friendship the new President wishes to foster with Britain.
The interim Ukip leader said Mr Trump has already pushed Britain to the front of the queue for a favourable trade relationship and added that he is the man to forge stronger ties with the US as he flew to visit the business tycoon in his first days as President Elect.
Mr Farage said: “We talked about the prospect of the United Kingdom being at the front of the queue, all of which was met positively.”
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