I really shows you the amount of Bull-hit sprouted by Labours leadership when it spoke of transparency.What ever you said of John Merry he would never hide and was always willing to talk to opposition groups, the Labour party did itself no favours when it dumped him for a Politician unwanted for the post of MP.
Secret justice row after judge bans naming of two councillors who failed to pay council tax because it would cause them ‘distress’ and be against their human rights
- Politicians from Bolton City Council failed to pay a total of £4,660 over two years
- Judge Robin Challender said their names should not be released
- He claimed releasing personal information would infringe on their privacy
- An 18-month legal challenge pushed for the courts to unmask the politicians
A sales consultant was allegedly turned away from a busy cinema yesterday because he was not a Muslim celebrating Eid.
Leon Jennings had been visiting Birmingham’s Star City entertainment complex with two friends.
But as the 22-year-old tried to enter the Vue cinema based on the site, which includes dozens or bars and restaurants, he said he was turned away by a security guard.
After asking them why, Mr Jennings claimed he was told by staff that film showings were only for couples and families celebrating the end of the Muslim festival.
Mr Jennings and his three friends were allegedly forced to turn around and go home unable to watch a film at the complex, because ‘they did not look like they celebrated Eid’.
Today he said he was left feeling embarrassed by the incident and felt discriminated against for being white.
The revelation has caused outrage as other visitors reported similar experiences across the venue, which is based in the Aston area of the city, where 87 per cent of residents are from an ethnic group other than white.
Mass immigration will damage the living standards of everyone in the country as minor economic benefits are outweighed by the social pressures of a relentlessly rising population, one of Britain’s most eminent Left-wing economists declared yesterday.
Professor Robert Rowthorn, Emeritus Professor of Economics at Cambridge University and a longstanding adviser to Whitehall departments, said the economic advantages of immigration are ‘unlikely to be very large’.
But the downside – from building on the green belt to the overcrowding of cities – means that the consequences of large-scale immigration ‘are mostly negative for the existing population of the UK and their descendants’.