Archbishop of Canterbury claims it’s HIS DUTY to attack UK government for small boat crackdown

Justin Welby has said that it is his “duty” to criticise Rishi Sunak’s government for its policy of prohibiting boats from making the risky 21-mile crossing across the Channel. The Archbishop of Canterbury has again slammed the Prime Minister’s Rwanda plan, warning bishops that they “will not abandon” their objections. Welby claimed he presented two … Read more

Labour tax plans would cost Britain £350m-a-year due to ‘exodus of the rich’

According to an internal Treasury study, Britain would have to spend £350 million per year on Labour’s tax raids because the wealthy would leave the country. Sir Keir Starmer’s plan to raise taxes on investment funds and non-doms will cause investors to flee the country, resulting in a drop in overall revenue.  Shadow Chancellor of … Read more

UK economy will not experience recession and will now grow faster than Germany, IMF claims

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stated that it does not expect the United Kingdom to enter a recession this year. It added in an update to prior predictions, “Buoyed by resilient demand in the context of declining energy prices, the UK economy is expected to avoid recession and maintain positive growth in 2023.” However, … Read more

UK energy bills to rise by  £120 per year for major Net Zero move

Household energy bills will rise by approximately £120 per year to fund the development of hydrogen gas as part of the government’s net zero agenda. Between 2030 and 2040, the programme to manufacture low-carbon hydrogen is expected to cost £3.5 billion per year. According to reports, the costs could be added to home bills beginning … Read more

Landlords to be exempt from housing regulations to move asylum seekers from hotels

Suella Braverman and Michael Gove’s plans to strip asylum seekers of basic housing protections are said to be going before MPs. According to a report, landlords would be immune from standards governing electrical safety and minimum room sizes under new rules meant to drive tens of thousands out of hotels and into the private rental … Read more

Sunak launches largest tax raid in 44 years, as 1 out of 5 Brits to pay higher-rate income tax by 2027

Rishi Sunak has launched the largest tax raid in 44 years, with one in every five taxpayers expected to be in the higher-rate income tax band by 2027. The Prime Minister and his Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, recently stated that income tax thresholds will be frozen, despite the fact that the levy typically rises in accordance … Read more

Braverman says white people should not feel guilty over historical role in slavery

Suella Braverman insisted in the war on woke that white people should not feel collective guilt for their historical role in slavery. In a fiery address, the Home Secretary slammed political correctness, claiming that the white people “does not exist in a special state of sin” and that no one should be held accountable for … Read more

Archbishop of Canterbury chastised for siding with people smugglers in latest political intervention

According to former Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom George Brandis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby should “stay out of politics.” He chastised a senior priest for criticising the Government’s migration policies earlier this week in the House of Commons. The Archbishop of Canterbury condemned the Government’s flagship unlawful migration bill as “morally unacceptable” … Read more

UK to welcome over one million migrants this 2023, reports reveal

More than one million migrants may arrive in the United Kingdom this year. Experts predict that over one million migrants will arrive in the United Kingdom this year, according to The Telegraph.  The report previously estimated that the maximum net migration total for 2023 would be around 675,000, ahead of official statistics scheduled to be … Read more

Archbishop of Canterbury criticises Government’s Illegal Migration Bill in House of Lords

The Archbishop of Canterbury has made a rare intervention in the House of Lords to denounce the Government’s Illegal Migration Bill, which is being debated in the upper house for the first time. Justin Welby argued against the flagship law designed at guaranteeing that persons arriving in the UK in small boats be held and … Read more