‘A woman has unveiled the government’s ‘one nation’ policies while sitting on a gold throne and wearing a crown encrusted with over 2,800 diamonds.
The woman – who is worth £340 million – announced measures which include freezing benefits, clamping down on strike action, seizing migrants’ wages and removing automatic housing support for young people.
“My government will adopt a one-nation approach,” she said. “And one is totally behind any approach that protects one.”
She then left Parliament and returned to her £1 billion house. Her crown left shortly afterwards in its own horse-drawn carriage.’
‘Human rights activists have lost their court battle to force the Government to release a 38-year-old diplomatic cable that could shed light on Britain’s relationship with the authoritarian regime in Bahrain. The ruling came as the king of the Gulf state came to Britain this weekend to attend the prestigious Royal Windsor Horse Show, a sign of continuing warm relations between the UK and Bahrain, where the Royal Navy is building a major new military base.
In a ruling that disappointed campaigners, an information tribunal has ruled that there should be only a partial disclosure of the contents of the cable from 1977, detailing conversations between British officials and Ian Henderson, a British military officer who ran the police in the Gulf state for 30 years and was dubbed the “Butcher of Bahrain”.’
‘The Ukrainian Radical Party leader was very excited to see a photo of British Queen Elizabeth II dressed in a blue coat and holding a bunch of yellow daffodils.
Intrepid Ukrainian politician Oleh Lyashko mocked a photo of Queen Elizabeth II, the cherished living symbol of the British monarchy and history.
“Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. An aggressive, cynical Bandera follower, a punisher granny, a loyal adherent of the Kiev junta. Her secret of youth is that she drinks fresh blood of DPR and LPR [the self-proclaimed Donbass republics ] babies every morning.”
Seemingly, the combination of the blue and yellow reminded the Verkhovna Rada lawmaker of the Ukrainian flag.’
‘The ‘sex slave’ who says she was forced to sleep with Prince Andrew met the Queen, her dad has alleged.
Virginia Roberts’ father Sky said that his daughter was introduced to the Queen in London after the Prince’s billionaire friend Jeffrey Epstein flew her to London in 2001.
He told The Sun: “She was so excited about meeting the Queen.’
‘The Queen used her Christmas Day broadcast to call for reconciliation between the people of Scotland in the wake of the divisive independence referendum.
In her annual address to the nation, she said that while many felt “great relief” at the ‘No’ vote, many voters still felt a sense of “great disappointment” and that bridging those differences would “take time”.
The Queen also drew on her trip to Northern Ireland, her visit to see the ceramic poppies at the Tower of London and the 1914 Christmas truce during the First World War as she spoke about the “peaceful end to conflict”.
And she spoke with personal conviction about her faith and how Christ’s example taught her to “respect and value all people of whatever faith or none”.’
‘He is one of the nation’s most notorious monarchs and Richard III is still creating controversy more than 500 years after his death.
Genetic analysis of a battle-scarred skeleton – discovered under a council car park in Leicester three years ago – has confirmed that it did indeed belong to the last Plantagenet king.
But it may have also exposed skeletons in the closet of the British aristocracy – undermining the Tudor dynasty – and could even raise a question mark over the current Queen’s royal heritage.’
‘The Queen failed to mention her German ancestors in her 1972 Christmas Day TV broadcast for fear of provoking a ‘snide’ public backlash, according to previously unseen official papers.
They show she had planned to refer to her ‘continental relations’ but had a change of heart after talks at the highest levels of government.
The seeming embarrassment about her close family ties echoed that of the First World War, when fierce anti-German feeling led to the Royal Family changing its name from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor.’
‘Prince William is to get his hands on the ultimate boy’s toy – a luxury helicopter paid for by the Queen.
The six-year-old Agusta A109S Grand, which has already been dubbed ‘Heirforce One’ after the US President’s aircraft, has no previous owners and boasts a top speed of 180mph.
It will be used to whisk William and his wife Kate between official engagements so they can spend as much time as possible at home with their son, Prince George.’
‘The Queen should lose her constitutional role as head of the Church of England, Nick Clegg has said.
In comments that divided the Coalition, the Deputy Prime Minister became the most senior politician of modern times to propose the disestablishment of the Church.
Mr Clegg believes that the Anglican Church would “thrive” if no longer “inhibited” by its role at the heart of the British constitution.
The Prime Minister immediately rejected Mr Clegg’s call to disestablish the Church, saying that the proposal was “not a Conservative one” and will not be implemented by the Government.’
‘It’s a little known fact that notorious child-killer Myra Hindley had friends in high places.
Was this because she was working for Jimmy Savile, procuring children to be abused by VIP filth?
One of her supporters was Lord Longford who spent years lobbying for her release.
Lord Longford went on a fact-finding mission in the ’70′s to investigate pornography. He took along Jimmy Savile and Cliff Richard.
Jill Dando knew all about the BBC paedo-ring run by Savile and told her close chum Cliff. She was soon shot dead on her doorstep as a warning to others to keep their mouths shut.
Longford was the uncle of Harriet Harman MP, who has recently been embroiled in the recent PIE paedophile scandal.
Harman is in turn a cousin of Prime Minister David Cameron, who is in turn a cousin of the Queen.’
‘A senior Conservative ‘sighed with irritation’ at being told Nigel Evans had sexually assaulted a Parliamentary employee, and refused to demand his resignation, a court heard yesterday.
Patrick McLoughlin, then Tory chief whip, told the alleged victim that with the General Election looming, ‘the timing wasn’t right’ to ask Evans to step down, concluding: ‘It can’t be done.’
Instead, Mr McLoughlin – now Transport Secretary – agreed the Conservative MP for Ribble Valley should seek help for his drinking and publicly come out as gay.’