27 September 2011
Quote: Convicted foreign terrorists routinely argue that they would face torture, or worse, if they were repatriated. The courts always take them at their word. The more heinous their crimes, the more likely they are to be believed. As a result, dozens of foreign nationals either convicted or suspected of planning atrocities are granted leave to remain. Most of them end up living in council houses on benefits, leeching off the innocent British taxpayers they want to kill. Other cases are pending.
Even if we are prevented from deporting them, at the very least we should have the right to detain them indefinitely in prison, unless they agree to leave voluntarily.
Thanks to the Human Rights Act, Britain has become a safe haven for terrorists from all over the world. British courts seem to delight in implementing the most extreme interpretations of the law. Our European ‘partners’ appear to have no such difficulty deporting undesirable aliens.
The Prime Minister has a duty to keep his election promise and repeal the Act immediately. He should defy the Lib Dems to try to stop him.
Continue reading: Call his bluff
Further reading: 21/7 bomber still a risk to public
Further reading: Another 3 to dodge deportation
26 September 2011
Yemen's former President Ali Nasser Mohamed says he will extradite the killer of Norwegian woman, Martine Vik Magnussen, found murdered in London in March, 2008. Norwegian Newspaper Dagbladet revealed that high-level opposition in Yemen plans to extradite Mr Abdulhak to the UK if there is a power shift in the country.
Continue reading: Yemeni murderer extradition to UK
Further reading: Murder of Martine Magnussen
15 September 2011
I was not one of them! and anyway I am a "Christian fundamentalist" not a right-wing extremist!
Full article: The first picture
10 September 2011
(Unique documentary following 2 British soldiers directly wounded on the battlefield to their recovery. Their video documentary is the same experience all seriously wounded soldiers and their families go through.)
Music and video below has been dedicated to Andy Allen.
9 September 2011
7 September 2011
Margaret Moran, the former Labour MP who claimed for dry rot treatment on a home more than 100 miles from her constituency is to be charged with fiddling her expenses by more than £60,000.
Miss Moran, one of the last politicians investigated over the MPs' expenses scandal, will appear before magistrates facing 21 charges relating to her parliamentary claims.
The former MP for Luton South, will appear before City of Westminster Magistrates' Court on September 19, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
The Director of Public Prosecutions said there were no more parliamentary expenses fraud cases awaiting review.
Keir Starmer QC said "there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest" to bring criminal charges against Moran.
Miss Moran, who has been suspended by her party, claimed more than £20,000 for the treatment of dry rot at her Southampton home.
5 September 2011
How long he remains in prison is yet to be seen: Tommy (grass) Robinson
Mr Lennon, who also calls himself Tommy Robinson, was remanded in custody at Luton Magistrates Court this morning (Monday, September 5) after appearing charged with breaching bail conditions imposed on him by Blackburn Magistrates Court, where he is due to go on trial on September 29.
The trial relates to an EDL protest in the Lancashire town (video below) on April 2, during which it is alleged he assaulted a man, a charge he denies.
In response to an enquiry from Luton Today, EDL spokesperson Helen Gower said: “Tommy is on a hunger strike and will only be accepting water.”
Continue reading: Tommy in prison