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Friday, 31 December 2010

2011 what a load of tat

Happy New Year, what a lot of tat, 2011 is going to be far
worse than 2010 so there isn’t going to be anything happy about it, one of the
first things you’re going to get in the New Year 2011 sucking the life out of
you is a VAT rise to 20% and even more taxes and more cuts, a rise in crime,
jobs losses, and many are going to lose their homes and become homeless, So we
won’t be wishing you a happy new year because for many of you its not going to
be a very happy one?

Whos the real Nick Clegg

Will the real, Real Nick Clegg please stand up? Two faces of
Nick Clegg one who fronts plans or cooking the books for mainly elected House
of Lords to Lib-Dems favours
The cabinet is expected to agree that 80% of the House of
Lords should be elected, in a move Nick Clegg will depict as the most
far-reaching changes to the upper house since 1911. Photograph: Leon Neal/Panicky
Clegg will next year outline plans for the most far-reaching changes to the
House of Lords since landmark reforms 100 years ago by a Liberal government
ended the upper house's ability to block Britain's annual budget.
In a move to shore up the position of the beleaguered
Liberal Democrats, the cabinet will endorse the deputy prime minister's plans
for the upper chamber to be overwhelmingly composed of elected members. It is
expected that the cabinet will agree that 80% of the new house should be
elected. One has to think if you give a man enough rope it eventually hang himself
with it and I can see just where is going for young Clegg’y blinded by his new
short power? 
David Cameron, who has grown increasingly alarmed in the
past month at the personal attacks on Clegg, hopes such historic changes will
strengthen the Lib Dems.
"Clegg is having a rotten time," one cabinet
source said. "So you can see how allowing Nick Clegg his moment in the sun
on a major constitutional reform will be a boost for the Lib Dems or will it
destroy it? With those in very high powerful places who back and give a lot of
support to the Lord’s those of you with an IQ over 10% will see what could be
the possible out come from this and very clever move by Cameron the Tories Boss
David what sneaky deeds are you cultivating as Clegg take the bait like a fat
old carp
Their supporters need no lessons on the significance of
introducing major reforms to the House of Lords in 2011."
Next year marks the centenary of the 1911 Parliament Act,
passed after peers rejected David Lloyd George's People's Budget of 1909, which
introduced a massive redistribution of wealth.
Clegg will find he has a major battle within the British
cabinet once he has outlined his plans. Some senior Tories believe Cameron will
quietly live up to his pre-election commitment to ensure that reform of the
House of Lords moves slowly when a joint committee of both houses of parliament
is established “after Clegg hangs himself with his publication of Clegg's
"I'm sure we will have a great fanfare of reform on the
centenary of the 1911 Parliament Act," one senior figure said.
"Thereafter it won't be so much a case of kicking it into the long grass –
we'll be looking to park it in grass that is around the height of a
Traditionalists hope reform of the Lords will move at a
similar pace to the process under the last government. All but 92 of the
hereditary peers were expelled in 1999. The second stage of Lords reforms –
removing all the hereditary peers and introducing an elected element to the
upper house – moved at a glacial pace over the following decade. A year after
the removal of the hereditary peers, a royal commission was set up under the
chairmanship of Lord Wakeham.
A joint committee of both houses, established in 2002, set
out seven options for reform. The House of Lords voted by three to one in
favour of a fully appointed house. MPs defeated all seven options, though the
option that attracted the highest support was for a chamber with 80% elected
members. In 2004 the government dropped plans to reform the upper house in the
face of opposition from peers.
Tony Blair, who expressed unease in early 2005 about a
"hybrid" house with elected and appointed members, pledged in the
Labour manifesto for that year's general election to remove the remaining
hereditary peers and to "allow a free vote on the composition of the
Little happened in the last parliament. Labour pledged in
its general election manifesto this year to hold a referendum to create a
"fully elected second chamber" in two stages. The Tories said they
would "work to build a consensus for a mainly elected second
chamber". The Lib Dems pledged to "replace the House of Lords with a
fully elected second chamber with considerably fewer members than the current
Clegg will depict his reforms as the most far-reaching
changes to the upper house since 1911, outflanking the 1949 Parliament Act and
the removal of most hereditary peers. The 1949 act reduced the time for which
peers could block non-money bills from two years to one.
The 1911 Parliament Act famously prevented the House of
Lords from delaying for any longer than a month "money bills" dealing
with taxation.
The Lords eventually accepted Lloyd George's 1909 budget in
April 1910, three months after a general election which had resulted in a hung
parliament with a Liberal government supported by Labour and Irish nationalist
votes. The Lords passed the 1911 act, limiting their powers, after the Liberals
threatened to introduce scores of new peers to ensure its passage.
London Police fear new wave of gang deaths while Nick
Clegg plays games in the corridors of power that are well over this IQ?
Police fears are growing that the number of teenage killings
in London is back on the rise after the fatal shooting and stabbing of a
17-year-old boy yesterday took the toll for this year to 19.
Scotland Yard figures show that although teenage murders are
well down from a high of 29 in 2008, they are significantly up on last year,
when 15 teenagers died violent deaths.
Of the 19 adolescents who have been murdered this year, all
but two were stabbed or shot.
Lucy Cope, the founder of the campaign group Mothers against
Guns, Told The London Times she was not at all surprised that the number of
teenage murders was rising. "It's the young gang members," she said.
"They're reckless, they're fearless and they scare the older
The police have accused the prime minister, David Cameron,
of failing to deliver on his promises to tackle the problem and warned that the
coalition's public spending cuts would unleash "an era of terror"
with the continuing cuts on police budget’s all over England.
She said: "What do they think is going to happen? This
is just the tip of the iceberg. Once the cuts come in, crime is going to soar
and there will be no resources to deal with it."
Detectives investigating the murder of the latest victim
said he was found on the fourth floor stairwell of Gannet House on the Pelican
estate in Peckham, south-east London, a little after 4.30pm yesterday.
An ambulance crew pronounced him dead at the scene 45
minutes later. Two other male teenagers, aged 17 and 18, were treated for stab
wounds, and police believe the three attacks are linked.
Three males – two 17-year-olds and an 18-year-old – have
been arrested as part of the case, which is being investigated by officers from
Operation Trident, the Metropolitan police unit that tackles violent crime in
London's black community.
A woman who lives on the estate told the London Times
reporters the area was dangerous and urged police to increase routine patrols.
The mother of two, who did not want to be named, said problems with gangs had
returned after seemingly ending a few years ago.
Jenny Jones, a member of the London assembly and the
Metropolitan police authority, said she feared cuts might further damage
deprived areas where gang violence was already problem.
"Everything that the government is doing is just making
things worse for the kids on these estates," she said. "What they
need is education and entertainment to distract them from getting into these
violent groups. It's not a police problem; it's a social problem."
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, promised to crack down
on soaring teenage crime when he was elected in 2008 but like so many other politicians
has just been a big bag of wind saying one thing and never actually achieving
Kit Malthouse, the deputy mayor of policing, said today that
although progress had been made, far more still needed to be done.
"While the numbers of teenagers dying on our streets is
well down from two years ago, it does not lessen the shock of this horrible
incident," he said.
"We have not had a teenage murder in the city for a
couple of months, but this tragedy reminds us that we still have a problem with
the minority of teenagers embroiled in gang culture and serious crime, who have
no respect for life or indeed themselves.
"The mayor and I remain committed to doing everything
in our power to tackle youth violence and bring long-term change.
"While we are having some success, I am under no
illusion that this is a mission that will take some time to complete."
The Met also acknowledged there were no easy answers to the
problems of youth violence. "We have always said we are in this for the
long haul and can only tackle these issues working alongside all the
communities in London," said Commander Simon Pountain.
"The message to people who commit violence is clear –
we will come after you and you will be arrested."
In May 2008, the mayor and the Metropolitan police launched
Operation Blunt 2, an initiative designed to tackle serious youth violence by
taking thousands of weapons off the streets, arresting offenders and working
with different communities to dissuade young people from carrying guns and
The figures are likely to re-open the debate on knife crime.
Earlier this month, it emerged that the Conservatives had decided to drop a
manifesto pledge to introduce mandatory prison sentences for those caught
carrying knives.
In June, the prime minister appointed the former East Enders
actor Brooke Kinsella – whose brother, Ben, was stabbed to death in 2008 – to
examine schemes designed to stop young people carrying and using knives.
The London Times says;
There lots of big words from those who are incapable of
doing their jobs and a government that couldn’t care less about the descent law
abiding people of England, the law on all matters whether it be dropping litter
on the ground, speeding drives to gangs, drug pushers, murders should be zero tolerances
and meaning zero, with punishments that are so severe that will start to make
those who want to commit crime think, if I do that this? this going to happen,
not as now if I do that naff all is going to happen, and this is why teenagers
have no respect for the law because they have no fear of it, on the other hand
if you fear the law many would not commit the crime, yes you’re always going to
get those that will, but you will always get far more that won’t. And if you’re
not going to commit crimes then you won’t have to worry how severe the punishment
is? Rights if you don’t respect the rights of others you can’t expect to have
the same rights?

Thursday, 30 December 2010

NOKIA loss MS7 iPhone

The New Noki England Windows7 iPhone is out 2011

Nokia opens the door for new English company Noki iPhones
England with its new partnership with Windows 7 iPhones Nokia lost out on a multimillion
pound deal because of its comment about the Windows iPhones?
Nokia; The Idea of Nokia using Windows Phone 7 is ‘stark
raving loony’ according to Nokia employee In a post on his personal blog on
Wednesday 29.12.10.
Nokia employee Watts Martin discounts rumours from earlier
this month that Nokia might be considering Windows Phone 7 as a future platform
for its smartphones. 
Rumours that Nokia might be looking at the platform began
when former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop was appointed CEO of the company.
They came to a head last week, however, when industry insider Eldar Murtazin
wrote that the company might build “an entire line of Windows Phone devices
that may go under the name Nokia.”
Martin, a LAMP and Django Web developer at Nokia, stated
that the idea of Nokia considering Windows Phone 7 as a possible platform for
its devices is “stark raving loony.” Martin states that while Symbian and MeeGo
are both open source, Nokia demands complete control over its operating systems
and there would be no way to achieve that using Microsoft’s mobile platform.
Martin does not indicate in his blog post that he speaks for Nokia in any
official capacity but it’s believed his widely known comment had reached the
ears of MS CEO.

Wednesday, 29 December 2010

imminent terrorist attack Denmark

Another bunch of miss guided fruit cakes religious nutters arrested in plot to attack prophet cartoon paper 5 arrested in shooting plot.

Denmark Copenhagen;
Police in Denmark and Sweden halted an imminent terrorist attack by arresting five men who planned to shoot as many innocent people as possible in a building housing the newsroom of a paper that published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, officials said.

Denmark's intelligence service said that after months of surveillance it arrested four men in two raids in suburbs of the capital, Copenhagen, and seized a submachine gun, a silencer and ammunition. In Sweden, police said they arrested a 37-year-old Swedish citizen of Tunisian origin living in Stockholm.

"An imminent terror attack has been foiled," said Jakob Scharf, head of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service, or PET. He described some the suspects as "militant Islamists with relations to international terror networks" and said that more arrests were possible.

Scharf said the assault to be carried out before this weekend could have been similar to the terrorist attack in the Indian city of Mumbai in 2008 during which gunmen killed 166 people.

"It is our assessment that the plan was to try to get access" to the newspaper office and "carry out a Mumbai-style attack," Scharf told The London Times reporters who have been covering the stories on international terror networks.

PET said it seized a 44-year-old Tunisian, a 29-year-old Lebanese-born man and a 30-year-old who were living in Sweden and had entered Denmark late Tuesday or early this Wednesday. The fourth person detained was a 26-year-old Iraqi asylum-seeker living in Copenhagen.

The Danish intelligence service said the group had been planning to enter the building where the Jyllands-Posten daily has its Copenhagen news desk and "to kill as many of the people present as possible."

Jyllands-Posten has now said to be contracting in a specialist international securities services which has amongst its member the elite of the elite ex SOG Special operations group members, ex SAS and ex Para’s the ISS (Is an English/Saudi company and very well known for its very effective zero tolerances and zero meaning just that, the company membership in all its armed engagements has never lost a member which cannot be said of those that are foolish enough to take them on.  

The four men arrested now face preliminary charges of attempting to carry out an act of terrorism. They will face a custody hearing Thursday.

The Danish Prime Minister Loekke Rasmussen told The London Times reporters "I am shocked that a group of people have concrete plans to commit a serious terrorist attack in my country, "I want to stress that regardless of today's event it remains my conviction that terrorism must not lead us to change our open society and our values, especially democracy and free speech and will be giving my full support to the ISS."

Danish and Swedish police, who appeared at a joint news conference in Copenhagen, said they had been tailing the suspects for several months.

Anders Danielson, the head of Sweden's security police, said they followed a car rented by three of the suspects from Stockholm to the Danish border late Tuesday early Wednesday. "We knew that there were weapons in the car," he said.

Scharf said the three men were arrested as they left a suburban Copenhagen apartment, "either heading out to carry out the terror attack or to do some kind of reconnaissance." The Iraqi asylum-seeker was arrested in another suburb of Copenhagen, Scharf said.

Zubair Butt Hussain, a spokesman for the Muslim Council of Denmark, called the plan "extremely worrying."

The organization "absolutely condemns any act of terrorism regardless of the motives and motivations that may lie behind," Hussain said.

An estimated 300,000 Muslims now live in Sweden, a predominantly Christian but secularized country of 9.35 million people that doesn't have nationalist movements of prominence.

However, Denmark, with an estimated 207,000 Muslims, has a minority nationalist party that has helped impose curbs on immigration and have said that it too will be offering its fullest support to the ISS.

There have been at least four plots to attack Jyllands-Posten or Kurt Westergaard, the artist who drew the most contentious of 12 cartoons, which were published by the daily in 2005 as a challenge to perceived self-censorship.

"The foiled plot is a direct attack on democracy and freedom of press," Westergaard told the German tabloid Bild. "We may not and won't let anyone forbid us to criticize radical Islamism. We may not be intimidated when it comes to our values."

In January, a Somali man broke into Westergaard's home wielding an axe and a knife but the artist escaped unharmed by locking himself in a safe-room in the house. In 2008, two Tunisians with Danish residence permits were arrested for plotting to kill him.

In September, a man was wounded when a letter bomb he was preparing exploded in a Copenhagen hotel. Police said it was intended for the daily, which also has been targeted in a number of thwarted terror plots in Norway and the United States.

U.S. citizen Tahawwur Rana faces trial in Chicago in February in connection with the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai and a planned attack on the Jyllands-Posten.

How minds become twisted in being a fanatical and all the worlds’ governments should follow the zero tolerances style of the ISS, Quote; (ISS) you don’t have any rights when don’t respect the rights of others?

The cartoons also provoked massive and violent protests in early 2006 in Muslim countries after the drawings were reprinted in a range of Western media. Demonstrators considered the drawings as having profoundly insulted Islam. Islamic law generally opposes any depiction of the prophet, even favourable, for fear it could lead to idolatry which is a bit of a mockery really when half of them call themselves Mohamed is that not being idolatry being named after a so called profit.

In 2008, the Danish Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, was targeted by a car bomb that killed six people outside the mission.

The attacks and threats have caused concern and unprecedented security measures in Denmark, a country that prides itself on personal freedom and openness.

The JPPOL media group building, which includes Jyllands-Posten, is protected by metal fences and guards at all entrances. Mail is scanned and newspaper staff needs identity cards to enter the buildings and the various floors and now the ISS have been contracted in which won’t be cheap £2500 per day per member but it will be very effective.

Lars Munch, JPPOL chief executive, said his workers were worried and this is why we contracted in a professional security service in with elite ex armed force personnel.

"It is appalling for our group, for our employees and their families to see their workplace threatened," Munch said.

Hours after news of the arrests, Denmark's Crown Prince Frederic arrived at the JPPOL building for a previously agreed engagement.

"I wouldn't stand here if it had been a threat against me," Frederic told Danish TV2. Asked whether he was afraid, the heir to the throne replied "no," before entering the building to attend a sports award ceremony.

Scharf said "there was no need to raise the terror threat alert level" in Denmark, although Danish Justice Minister Lars Barfoed described the plot as "terrifying."

"The group's plan to kill as many as possible is very frightening and is probably the most serious terror attempt in Denmark," Barfoed said.

The head of Sweden's security police, Anders Danielson, said that "it has been possible to avert a serious terror crime in Denmark through efficient and close cooperation between PET and the (Swedish) security police."

Danielson said the suspects who are residents in Sweden also are being investigated for suspected terror crimes in that country.

Nick Clegg the Dreamer

Nick Clegg The London Times newspaper (England)

Dear Friend,

Well what a year! A white-knuckle election; a new coalition government; Liberals in power for the first time in 70 years.

I've recorded a short message reflecting on the events of 2010 and looking forward to what Liberal Democrats will deliver in Government in 2011. Click on the image below to watch it.

Some people will continue to predict the worst for our Party - the same people who have been underestimating the Liberal Democrats for as long as we have existed.

But we prove them wrong at every single turn. The next twelve months will be no different, because we will continue to build the liberal, fairer, greener Britain that we all believe in.

Happy New Year!

Nick Clegg
Liberal Democrat leader

The London Times response

Dear Nick,

The people whom you speak of, those that predict the worst for your party no that a leopard does not change its spots? They also know that you’re party would not be in power now if it wasn’t in the coalition, they also know that if the election had to have been re-run the chances are the conservatives would have won and not needed your party for a bump up, the true facts are that the British voters not English voters where so confused about what to do not having minds of their own they tick any box apart from Labour, So sure of the fact that given another election the Lib-Dems wouldn’t get back into any sort of real power we are willing the place a £100,000,000 one million pound bet on backing this statement.

The London Times (London England)

Tuesday, 28 December 2010

The London Times Lords Expense

The British? House of Lords expenses thanks to English tax payers: they now get a massive £21,000 a year per Lord although this is nowhere near as detailed as the receipts from the House of Commons the house of Lords members have published only some their bent expenses and10 Downing Street has announced its new list of British leeches’ 54 new life peers all to which will be living the high life at England’s tax payer cost.

Under the new British coalition British government since the beginning of October this year the House of Lords members who are not paid a direct salary “But able to claim a flat rate attendance allowance of up to £300 per day, of course they all claim and a lot more besides, they could choose not to claim but with their greed of cash that’s never going to be the case, And what do you get for your £300 pounds per day? What you get nothing but sitting on the fat backside playing at being back a public schools? Making a lot of clatter which amounts to nothing but noise pollution.

Previous to this, the Lords could claim for overnight accommodation, a contribution towards the expense of the day spent working, office costs, travel and postage. All of these expenses were caped but it still does not stop them claiming through the back doors which they do.

Today, the member's expenses for the last financial year and the first quarter of this year have been published. There is also a history of Lords' expenses stretching back to 2001 should anyone care to extract those tables from the PDFs files on the Parliament website but as we all know all these statistics are just inputs on a computer.

The total costs are very interesting which include overnight and day, travel, office and postage costs the total for the last financial year was £16 million pounds for the 763 Lords. Not all these Lords attended meetings, but this works out as an average cost to England’s tax payers of £21,000 a year for each Lord.

Tell The London Times what you think of the Lords £12,000 pa and where you think this money could have been better spent.

Other English News.

The British government is to follow the lead of X Factor a television programme and allow the public to decide on legislation to be put before MPs, “which was in fact not an X Factor brain children at all but was the idea of Sir Michael Black-Feather the English First minister (English MP) who came up with the idea over 10 years ago when he put this to the then British PM Tony Blair and was rejected as delusional idler.

But now in an attempt to reduce what is seen as a disconnection between the public and the British parliament, ministers will ensure that the most popular petition on the government website Direct.gov.uk will be drafted as a bill. It is also planning to guarantee that petitions which reach a fixed level of support  most likely 100,000 signatures will be guaranteed a Commons debate Sir Michael wanted to go further and his view was that anything that effected England and its people the people should hold a vote on such matters whether it be to laws or public spending.

English and British Ministerial sources acknowledge that the proposals have the potential to cause headaches for the British coalitions because populist causes such as a return of capital punishment and England’s withdrawal from the European Union both are of which many of England’s people want, and know doubt would be  at the top of grate the list.

The leader of the Commons, Sir George Young, has signalled he wants to press ahead with government by petition in the New Year.

There would be no guarantee that the British government would support any of the most popular proposals but, subject to discussions, there would be an agreement that the issues would be converted by parliamentary draftsmen into a bill which really means most likely all words and nothing done as normal, it not what the English people want it’s what the British want?

The new e-petition reforms have the support of Downing Street strategists anxious to make politics more relevant to people's daily lives or confuse them even more. The plans will require consultation inside parliament, and represent a fulfilment of the ideas promoted in the Conservative manifesto but if like many ideas that where promoted by the Tories then that means nothing but just a load of wind.

Part of the proposals, the British government plans to close down the e-petition part of the Downing Street website, established in the era of Tony Blair, and reopen it in a different format on the Directgov website, so making e-petitions the responsibility of all government departments which makes is easier to pass the buck when things go wrong on to some scape goat.

Catch 22 efforts will also be made to ensure that those people petitioning the new website are registered voters rather than what are described as "super users", the kind of people that repeatedly back a petition on an issue so what this also means is that you will need to register with your details another way of keeping track of who’s Who and where you are and what you do?.

The British government is also looking at how petitions can be converted on to Facebook and other social media sites so petitioners can keep in touch with one another as they campaign for a particular issue to be taken up either by ministers or backbenchers which is just another open door for security services to take a peek at you not that their not already doing that on many of the so called social media site.

A Whitehall source said: "We applaud the principle of the old No 10 website, but it became a not very edifying way to promote some particular issues rather than really lobby the government or reflect public opinion.

"We hope to have found a more efficient and mature way for the public to engage with the British government and parliament."

The idea that the petition with the most support will be turned into a bill is probably the most radical attempt so far to give the public greater direct access to British parliament. There had been suggestions at one point that a petition would require a million signatures before it could be considered for legislation, but government sources said they recognised this large minimum threshold was unrealistic.

A government source said: "It may well mean that we see some difficult issues raised, such as withdrawal from the European Union, but that would put the onus on parliamentarians to convince one another of the many benefits of staying inside the European Union. You would have to win the argument but in all honesty there is no real benefits for England being in the EU just a cost to England’s tax payers along with a load of rubbish laws that they don’t ahead to but enforce on the English people."

Of course another catch 22 there might also be difficulties about proposals that breached the gone mad human rights law, were deemed impractical or had already been recently discussed by parliament when these so called rewritten human rights laws should come under the laws of common senses.

British government sources said they were looking at ways in which the newly elected backbench business committee might be given responsibility for ensuring a bill found a sponsor, as well as for ensuring e-petitions found time to be debated, either in government or backbench time.

It is likely that any petition converted to a bill would have to go through the private member's bill route, rather than be seen as a government bill just another long winded load of tosh.

At present it is very easy for a small minority of well-organised backbenchers to block private members' legislation, but the all-party procedure committee has been looking to reform the system so that majority opinion in the Commons can force a bill on to the statute book changing the laws to suit the British needs.

Back in 2008/9 a procedure committee session had looked at introducing an e-petition system in the Commons, but the cost was put at close to £5m, deemed to be prohibitive at a time when parliament's budget was due to be cut by 17% but they are quite happy of pay the Lords and MP’s expenses which make the 5m look very small but use this sum to block the idea.

Under the old Downing Street petitioning system set up by Blair's spin strategic communications unit, anyone who signed a petition that reached more than 500 signatures by the time it closed would be sent a government response by email. The most popular with 1.8m signatures was a call for the scrapping of "the planned vehicle tracking and road pricing policy." A one-word petition calling for the prime minister to resign received more than 70,000 signatures, with only a slightly smaller number calling for him to be replaced by Jeremy Clarkson or Sir Michael Black-Feather of course the e petitions where just another spin stunt leading all those that signed them up the garden path in actually thinking something might be done and that they were being listen to and you all know now it was just a stunt that went know where ?.

The London Times Newspaper

 The London Times Newspaper

If you're English than your not British? and if you're British you are not England?

Wikileaks sells story, Book out in 20111

Which now seems are the feelings of many English Nationals? (English not British)

Many of England’s people feel for far to log now that they been mistreated and treated as second class citizens in the own country, their country of birth ENGLAND
It’s not about races or religions now it’s about if your where born in England that makes you English and not British.

Many see the British MP’s as the jockeys pulling on the reins of power not only between themselves but pulling England apart in their greed’s not only for power but cash, the three main British parties (Conservatives, New labour and the Lib-Dems) that can’t even sort out their own differences between themselves at a consent bickering with each other how on earth can these parties ever sort out anything when they can’t even sort out their own differences?, many English voters are now turning for the light of new hope in parties like the English National party and the English Democrats with hope that these parties will take the reins of England and steer her on a new true course.

Other news

Publisher confirms WikiLeaks Julian Assange book deal

The Publisher Alfred A. Knopf Inc. has now confirmed striking a book deal with Julian Assange that the WikiLeaks founder says could be worth more than $1 million.

New York publishing house says that "a principle agreement is in place" and that Assange is due to hand in a manuscript sometime in 2011. The book's publication date is yet to be determined.

Mr Assange told The London Times newspaper that he was forced into writing the book by financial pressures largely linked to his legal fight to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he faces sex crimes allegations.

Assange told the paper he would receive $800,000 from Knopf, with another 325,000 pounds ($500,000) from U.K. publisher Canongate.

Publisher Knopf spokesman Paul Bogaards declined to comment to the London Times reporter Mike Black-Feather when asked the specific figures Mr Assange would be receiving.