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What is happening to our Northern Ireland veterans is a disgrace

The British Armed Forces currently face many challenges, most of which are self-made by our own Government after decades of defence cuts and because of a failure to stand up for our servicemen and women and look after the interests of our veterans. Nothing symbolises the clear disconnect between the politicians/Government and those who defend our country more than the...

Prince William praises ‘inspirational’ NHS staff

Prince William will praise our NHS staff in a video message for the NHS Hero Awards.  He will go onto say the NHS staff are ‘the most wonderful’ thing about our National Health Service. The Prince will say: “The National Health Service is one of our country’s greatest treasures, and something we should all be immensely proud of.  Perhaps the...

Ministry of Defence faces £21bn shortfall, public affairs committee says

A report by the Public Accounts Committee says that the Ministry of Defence (MoD)  will have an ‘affordability gap’ of as much as £21.8 billion over the next decade, and may struggle to afford new equipment unless the government reviews current budget constraints placed on the MoD. The lower-end estimate of the gap is £4.9 billion. The Public Accounts Committee...

EU attempt to bully Britain over Irish border will not work

The UK will leave the European Union in March 2019, it is vital that during the lead up to our withdrawal the United Kingdom’s integrity as a nation is not put at risk. The UK government must not allow the SNP in Edinburgh the leverage to use Brexit as another mandate for a second referendum on Scotland’s future. Nor...

Queen officially consents to Harry and Meghan’s marriage

A picture of the document has been released, signed by the Queen in March – a historically elegant way of approval and issued under the Great Seal of the Realm. The documents states: "Now know ye that we have consented and do by these presents signify our consent to the contracting of matrimony between our most dearly beloved grandson Prince Henry...

EU homeless given thousands in compensation for illegal deportation

The UK has had to pay tens of thousands of pounds in competition to European Union nationals who were deported after sleeping rough on the streets of Britain and subsequently deported. The BBC has reported that in the year of May 2017, over 650 homeless EU nationals were targeted and removed from the country, this has been ruled illegal by...

Brexit: I will not let you down, Theresa May says

“Trust me, I’ll take back control — but I’ll need your help”, the Prime Minister has said in the Sunday Times. Theresa May has said in an article that she has written for the Sunday Times that the UK will be leaving the customs union.  The customs union was formed in 1958 as part of the European Economic Community (EEC). ...

Dame Tessa Jowell dies aged 70, family says in statement

Dame Tessa Jowell, a former Labour cabinet minter has died at the age of 70, her family has announced today. Dame Tessa’s family made public on her 70th birthday on the 17th of September 2017 that she had been suffering with brain cancer since May 2017. Jowell aimed to see better treatment for people suffering with cancer, more effective approaches to...

Ex Labour leader Kinnock accuses Corbyn of ‘serious evasion of duty’ in failing to back EU single market

Former leader of the Labour Party, Neil Kinnock, has accused Jeremy Corbyn of ‘evading his duties’ by not ensuring that Britain stays within the European Union’s single market. The European single market came into effect on the 1st of January 1993, it was created to ensure restriction-free trade among European Union countries. A major aspect of the Leave campaign was...

Prince Philip makes first public appearance since operation

The Duke of Edinburgh seemed to be in high spirits when he joined The Queen at the annual Royal Windsor Horse Show, it is the first time the Duke has been seen in public since his operation last month. The Queen has attended every Windsor Horse Show since 1943, a testament to her affection for her beloved horses. Her horses...