Category: Blogs

Most UK supermarkets have made a commitment to end the sale of caged hen eggs by 2025

Supermarkets made a commitment to stop selling caged hen eggs by 2025. For Britain believes this is not enough! The onus must be on the government to create tougher animal welfare standards, rather than the foolish dreaming that corporations will ignore higher profits and do the humane thing. Which companies are doing what? Asda, Lidl,…

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Left Wing Terrorism is a Growing Menace

Anne Marie Waters  December 6th 2019    If you read the mainstream press, it will attempt to persuade you that “far right” terrorism is a growing menace in Britain. The same press will then describe objection to mass migration, nation-state democracy, and Islamic radicalism as “far right”. On the other hand, Antifa, a group that…

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Halal and Muslim victimhood

Anne Marie Waters  3rd December 2019    Labour can always be depended upon to defend the indefensible. Birmingham Labour MP Khalid Mahmood has accused the Green Party’s co-leader Jonathan Bartley of “Muslim bashing” because he expressed sympathy for animals who are tortured to death in the name of medieval superstition and bloodthirst, i.e. halal slaughter….

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The Leaders’ Debate and London Bridge

Anne Marie Waters, Party Leader December 2nd 2019  Nigel Farage is in a sticky situation. The leaders’ debate that took place on December 1st proved this. Farage spent much of the debate criticising the Conservatives, despite stating only weeks ago that he was standing down more than 300 of his candidates in favour of the…

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Terrorist on a tag

By Paul Ellis, Legal Officer 30th November 2019 Yesterday’s terror attack on London Bridge brought us images that are now depressingly familiar: Londoners and tourists attacked by a knife wielding jihadi, tales of heroism and tragedy, and the suspension of general election campaigning. Little was more formulaic than the statements of thoughts and prayers from…

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The Terrorism Betrayal

By Anne Marie Waters, Leader November 30th 2019 Two people have been tragically murdered in central London by a jihadist.  Usman Khan, a 28 year old from Stoke on Trent, stabbed two people to death, and injured three others, near London Bridge, before being shot dead by police.  Shockingly, though not surprisingly, Khan was a…

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The Police and the Election by Mike Speakman

Mike Speakman 27th November 2019   Policing issues are of some relevance in this election, now only two weeks away. Parties are making commitments which they may or may not keep, but the trend is generally in the right direction. As we all know, police numbers have been cut drastically since 2010, at the instigation…

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AMW: We must never be frightened of Antifa

Anne Marie Waters November 25th 2019 Today I produced some videos showing an ambush on myself and other For Britain members by Antifa on Saturday night. The videos are at the bottom of this article, as well as some of the mugshots of the mob we are looking to identify. We started the evening at…

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Time To Act! Islam Spokesman Nissar Hussain Blog

From Nissar Hussain, Islam Spokesman 22nd November 2019 Here’s to Sharia Enforcement! Halal – ujah! “We have suffered a total and unmitigated defeat… and I do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning of the reckoning.” Churchill on Munich What Churchill had to say on Chamberlain’s appeasement is quite appropriate…

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Explaining the IPCC

By Paul Burgess, Spokesman on the Environment 18/11/19 A short Note Explaining the IPCC: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change This is assumed to be a scientific body but it is not. It organises scientists from many counties to produce reports on this basis:- Each scientist must conform to its own government’s rules and policies. They…

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Book review: ‘The Testaments’ by Margaret Atwood

By Anne Marie Waters  13th November 2019 People who criticise the ideology of Islam can usually report that they have lost friends as a result. I certainly have. But there is another loss; the loss of heroes and heroines. It’s not controversial to point out that the vast majority of celebrity and public figures are…

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For Britain Will Honour Our Troops Every Day, Not Just Armistice Day

By Anne Marie Waters  11th November 2019 It’s no surprise that career politicians talk the talk but rarely walk the walk. Today, on Armistice Day, both Labour and the Tories have announced plans to support Britain’s Armed Forces. But this is talk; we know them by their actions. Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party promising support for…

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Jeremy Corbyn – Dangerous, But No Hero

By Anne Marie Waters  7th November 2019 Tom Bower has given his book an interesting title: ‘Dangerous Hero’. I would say he is half right. Dangerous yes, but no hero, certainly not to the majority of British people. I recently finished reading this astounding book, and while the contents are known, they are nonetheless shocking….

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A Message For UKIP Members

Dear UKIP Member, As an ex member of UKIP myself, it gives me no pleasure to see the party destroy itself with ever increasing internal warfare. Like so many others, I left due to the politics within the party, and the inconsistency of views from top to bottom. Gerard Batten helped UKIP financially with a…

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Anne Marie’s Blog – Animal Sanctuary in India

It was a very personal journey for me. For as long as I remember, I have had the most intense passion and compassion for animals. I possess a deep sympathy for them. I don’t know where it comes from, but it’s there. I find genuine peace being around animals. There’s an inspiring innocence and a…

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Global debt fuelled economy, heading for disaster

by a retired fund manager and For Britain member Our economy and indeed, the global economy, is in a far more fragile state than we are being told. There is one word for it and that word is debt. We are drowning in the stuff yet it remains largely invisible until something like Carillion or…

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Converting to Islam – A Health and Safety Warning

By Nissar Hussain – For Britain Islam Spokesman 2nd October 2019 I think I am going to get an MP to propose a new law or regulation that will save lives. You would think that with the duty of care fetish system we now live under that this would be an easy task, a no-brainer….

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Legal Officer’s View: The Prorogation Case in the Supreme Court

By Paul Ellis, Legal Officer 19th September 2019 The news watching public have sat through more parliamentary votes and debates over standing orders and Erskine May over the past three years than is normal for a whole lifetime. The respite from more Brexit that came with prorogation of parliament has proved brief as the battle…

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Brexit Latest – Labour’s Demise

By Anne Marie Waters, Party Leader 10th September 2019 Some things don’t age very well – especially Jeremy Corbyn’s demands for a general election!  It must be embarrassing for Labour at present.  Not only do they have to crawl backwards on their hitherto insistence on an election, but they find themselves in a position where…

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Brexit : Best & Worst Case Scenarios

By Anne Marie Waters, Party Leader 4th September 2019 The best case scenario is easy. We get out on the 31st of October with a trade deal that allows businesses to do business. Tariff-free movement of goods and services between the EU and the UK is entirely reasonable, and entirely doable if parties are acting…

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BREXIT: Speaker’s Authority Is Now Very Dicey

by Paul Ellis, Legal Officer 29th August 2019 When I was a teacher of law, one of my favourite classes concerned the rule of law. To make a potentially rather dull and theoretical topic more engaging for my students, I devised a fiendishly complicated game. The game had a board with a start and a…

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Impartial Policing

By Mike Speakman (Law & Order Spokesperson) 22nd August 2019 One of the themes drummed into me at basic police training was that it is imperative that the police do not take sides. Respect and trust for the police was seen as conditional on our fairness and impartiality. I soon experienced practical examples of this….

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