THE BLACK LIVES MATTER UK GOFUNDME PAGE HAS RAISED OVER £733K – HOWEVER IT CALLS FOR NOT ONLY RIDDING THE UK OF ‘CAPITALISM’ AND ‘IMPERIALISM’, BUT ALSO THE POLICE! The group, which is not a registered charity, said the funds would go towards a number of aims including “advocacy to effect changes in the law, developing and distributing educational resources, healing practices in black communities, police monitoring, strategies for the abolition of the police and supporting the United Family and Friends Campaign to help friends and loved ones of people killed by British police to access justice”. It said it was … Continue reading #BLMUK raises money to abolish UK Police
OFFER OF £750 MILLION TO CHARITIES ACKNOWLEDGING THEIR IMPORTANCE AND CONTRIBUTION SHOWN DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS BUT ADMITS THERE WILL BE ‘HARDSHIP’ AHEAD FOR BUSINESSES DUE TO THE GOVERNMENT IMPOSED LOCKDOWN TAKEN TO DEAL WITH CURBING THE SPREAD OF THE … Continue reading Rishi Sunak Offers £750m to Charities
Zane Powles – Assistant Head Teacher who walks 5 miles every day to deliver meals to the children of his school in Grimsby whilst schools are closed due to corona virus. Before becoming a teacher Mr Powles served in the … Continue reading Heroes who give their time freely during COVID19 pandemic
How a 1970s miscarriage of justice involving three teenage boys would lead to a radical overhaul of police powers and a brand new method of investigation The Murder of Maxwell Confait in 1972 . Maxwell was a male prostitute who … Continue reading Crimes That Changed the Law – the Murder of Maxwell Confait
The Queen jokes with Sir David Attenborough in the grounds of Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy is a very important conservation effort and the Queen acknowledges that she won’t be around to see it’s benefits. She hears a helicopter … Continue reading Sound’s Like President Trump or Obama!
Urgent Question Syria: Security Situation 24 February 2020 Volume 672 – Hansard 3.32 pm Mr Tobias Ellwood (Bournemouth East) (Con) (Urgent Question): To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement … Continue reading UK Government response to Syrian Security