Who are the Terrorists?

Britain asked the European Union on Tuesday (21 May) to put Hezbollah’s military arm on its list of terrorist organisations, urging Europe to respond robustly to evidence of the Islamist group’s involvement in a July 2012 bomb attack in Bulgaria.

UK military signal opposition to Syrian war


Heavy hints are being given by the UK military that they want no involvement in a Syrian war. Britain's most senior military officer has warned David Cameron that intervening in Syria would risk sucking UK forces into an all-out war. 

Why does membership of the EU cost us more than other countries?

Nick Griffin MEP, below answers questions from a constituent: Why does membership of the EU cost us more than other countries?  

Will EU bureaucrats kill artificial cigarettes off?


Government plans on licensing electronic cigarettes have been delayed even further amid fears for the future of the embryonic industry in Britain. Worryingly the European Union is also proposing a regulation requiring devices containing more than 4mg of nicotine to be regulated as a medicinal product.  

Baroness Thatcher - 1925 to 2013

Baroness Thatcher has died aged 87 following a stroke, she had suffered poor health for several years, although it has been reported that she died peacefully.

The future of Cyprus property owners

The letter below came to Nick Griffin, MEP's mailbox recently from property owners in Cyprus detailing the issues which property owners are facing there. 

Jihadists flex muscles in Libya


The Guardian reported this week on the growing threat of Islamic terrorists in Libya: "Diplomats are warning of growing Islamist violence against western targets in Libya as blowback from the war in Mali, following last week's attack on the French embassy in Tripoli.

Tackling sharia councils

Nick Griffin, MEP, today praised his fellow Local MEP Paul Nuttall who has spoken out in support of Baroness Cox, who has a Private Members Bill in Parliament aimed at tackling Sharia councils. 

Portugal forced to make more welfare cuts

Pedro Passos Coelho, Portugal's prime minister, said Sunday that the government would have to make more big cuts in spending on health, education and social security to keep the country's €78bn bailout programme on track after the constitutional court rejected austerity measures considered essential to meet mandatory deficit targets.

Loot, pollute and scoot!

Toxic and radioactive water pollution. Tap water you can set on fire. Earthquakes. Runaway climate change. To produce expensive gas that will soon run out. So why are we doing it?

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