Another week, another survey that shows the majority of Britons agreeing with a major British National Party policy. The latest ‘revelation’ is that up to three-quarters of Britons want to see immigration slashed.
Here’s a thought to warm your heart. Although tens of thousands of impoverished British pensioners will die from the cold in the coming months, so-called asylum seekers will get hundreds of pounds each in benefit payments for gas and electricity, amounting to more than double the pensioners’ winter fuel allowance.
An illegal immigrant who received £400k in benefits for claiming to be paralyzed has been sentenced to seven years in prison after being caught dancing at his own wedding. Mohammed Bouzalim, 37, said he was paralyzed from the neck down, and made false claims for housing benefits, disability living allowance, income support, council tax benefits, special housing benefits, payments for social fund carers, plus more payments from the independent living fund.
By Maid of Kent – With the shocking figures released by the Office for National Statistics showing that 1 in every 8 people in Britain today is foreign born, the British people need to face the realisation that time is fast running out before Britain ceases to be the homeland of our people.
This is the first in a short series of articles looking behind the headlines at the real effect of the ConDem austerity budget.
“Budget shortfalls” are the reason for the ConDem regime’s recent announcement that hospital car parking charges in England are to remain in force — except, of course, for “asylum seekers” who automatically get free parking and money to get to and from the hospital.
The spending cuts announced by the ConDem regime are set to plunge Britain into its greatest jobs crisis in modern history and will see more unemployed than even during the Great Depression, according to estimates produced by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
A new analysis of benefit figures by BNP News has revealed that a newly arrived 'asylum seeker' with three children can claim more in benefits per month than a British pensioner.