Did YOU hear Nick Robinson peddling fake news about Jo Cox’s murderer on BBC radio?

What does Nick Robinson think he’s playing at, and where’s the apology from the BBC? It seems Mr Robinson told listeners to Radio 4’s Today programme that , although Jo Cox’s murderer, Thomas Mair,  shouted “Britain First” as he committed the crime, there was “no evidence” that he was connected with the organisation. Oh really? I’ll hand you over to Devutopia on Twitter: The guy in the cap at a Britain First demo is Thomas Mair, the man who killed Jo Cox.Nick Robinson has just said on #R4today that although Mair…

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Supine prime minister is so weak she’ll stick with hate-tweeter Trump

Did you ever think you’d see the day a UK Prime Minister would admit the American President can insult us to his heart’s content, and we’ll still support him blindly? That is what Theresa May did in her press conference today. It was sickening. Asked what she thinks about President Trump spreading hate speech on Twitter, and what she would do about it, Mrs May spoke at length about Britain First – despite not having been asked for her opinion of that organisation. We know it is “hateful”. Eventually she…

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While Theresa dithers, Trump attacks – fuelling ‘Britain First’ row between UK and US

Weakling UK prime minister Theresa May has still not responded to US President Donald Trump’s decision to retweet hate messages by far-right organisation Britain First. So Mr Trump has attacked comments by a Downing Street spokesperson who said simply that it was “wrong” to have retweeted the misleading, extremist messages. The message from Downing Street was: “British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far right which is the antithesis of the values that this country represents – decency, tolerance and respect.” Here’s Mr Trump’s response: [email protected]_May, don’t focus…

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Trump’s support for Britain First sparks passionate reaction – with notable exceptions (THERESA MAY)

Donald Trump’s retweeting of hate messages by the far-right organisation Britain First has triggered a strong response from all sides of the UK’s political spectrum. But minority prime minister Theresa May has yet to offer any comment. Why? Mr Trump retweeted messages by Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, including one that purportedly showed violence by a Muslim – but actually didn’t. Ms Fransen then appeared to admit that her tweets were hate messages: It should be remembered that murderer Thomas Mair named Britain First when he killed Jo Cox.…

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Donald Trump has started broadcasting anti-Muslim videos by Britain First

Does the UK’s minority Tory government really want to let this man into the country – US president or not? Britain First has already started retweeting Donald Trump’s tweets, using them as evidence that he supports their hate-filled propaganda. What do you think? Donald Trump has retweeted three anti-Muslim videos posted by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of the far-right group Britain First who has been convicted of religiously aggravated harassment. Trump, who has 43.5 million followers on the network, retweeted three separate tweets by Fransen, which all included separate,…

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While Labour chases fake anti-Semites, THIS is going on

The Labour Party is to put a motion before its National Conference for stronger action against abusive behaviour within the party. This Writer – and bear in mind I’m still accused of anti-Semitism by certain malicious malcontents – has read the motion and it seems reasonable. In fact, it might help put a stop to the frivolous accusation of innocent people like myself. The problem, it seems to me as a victim of such accusations, is that – particularly with regard to accusations of anti-Semitism, they were used to try…

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Has right-wing party’s treasurer run off with the leader’s mum – and all the cash?

Right-wing politics is all about the money, but this story takes it to extremes. Apparently the Treasurer of Britain First has run off with the leader’s mother – taking all the party’s money with them. The interesting question here is: How do the rest of us respond to something like that? Join the Vox Political Facebook page. If you have appreciated this article, don’t forget to share it using the buttons at the bottom of this page. Politics is about everybody – so let’s try to get everybody involved! Vox…

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UKIP in Wales: ‘No longer a party of democracy’. Was it ever?

UKIP Wales have been rocked this week by the resignation of their deputy chairman James Cole, according to Exposing UKIP. To make matters worse, Cole posted a scathing attack of the party as his Facebook status, claiming that UKIP in Wales are ‘no longer a party of democracy’.  Here is his post in full: Exposing UKIP goes on to highlight some of the possible “manipulation of power and core principles” in which Mr Coles took part, including his selection and deselection as UKIP’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Llanelli: “Firstly, he…

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The hate-mongers profiting from Remembrance Day

‘Pound-shop fascists’ Britain First have been raising funds for their hate-filled, xenophobic cause by selling overpriced Remembrance memorabilia – imported from China. The Daily Telegraph has reported Britain First’s marketing strategy, which uses that symbol of Remembrance, the poppy. So poppy-themed merchandise has proliferated over Britain First’s merchandising wing, Lionheart GB, with remembrance pin badges selling for around £5 a time, as you can see from this image: But these products are being bought from foreign (Chinese, in the example you’ll see) manufacturers at a tiny fraction of the selling…

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