The man who advised David Cameron on anti-terror policy is himself on a watchlist used by banks to blacklist potential customers, it was revealed today. Maajid Nawaz, a former Lib Dem candidate and chair of the think tank Quilliam Foundation, was secretly given a “terrorism” designation on a confidential database run by banks. The list […]
The Sunday Telegraph reported that the Government plans take away the right of local council to decide on future shale gas production in their area. Wasn’t this an attack on local democracy and devolution? Absolutely.
With the government set to withdraw spousal visas from immigrants that fail to learn English, David Cameron has naturally arranged a photo op with Muslim women. But Scrapbook can reveal the visit is in the Leeds area — where a university study has blamed poor English class provision on cuts.
While the parliamentary Labour Party’s current woes are undeniable, giddy Tory MPs seem to be losing perspective on matters outside the Westminster bubble — i.e. that much of the North of England was recently under water.
David Cameron has capitulated to EU rebels in his own government, giving them them free reign to campaign for Brexit. The move comes a year and one day after going on telly and saying “very clearly” that his ministers would not be given a free vote.
The prime minister has been forced to distance the Conservative Party from the Young Britons Foundation (YBF), the controversial ‘Tory madrasa’ founded by uber-Thatcherite Donal Blaney (above).
David Cameron is announcing today the formation of two new 5,000-strong ‘rapid’ reaction brigades for ‘rapid’ deployment missions with the capability to ‘rapidly’ counter threats from terrorist groups such as ISIS:
It has been announced today that David Cameron and senior ministers are to get their own plane for official trips.
Hot on the heels of embarrassing revelations that David Cameron had written to his local council complaining about the effects of his own cuts come letters to Cameron and Osborne from yet another Tory council complaining about the government’s austerity measures.
With David Cameron accused of abusing his position (not to mention brazen hypocrisy) by complaining to his own council about Tory cuts, there is an inevitable clamour for an investigation under the Ministerial Code.