UK Would To Be Forced To Pay $63 Million For New EU Parliament Building

 

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If a plan to redevelop the European Parliament building, one of the most opulent buildings ever constructed and less than 30 years old, is approved before the UK transiton period ends in 2020, the British taxpayers will have to to share the multimillion costs for new building, which the UK won’t use or need after leaving the European Union.

The $487 million reconstruction of Brussel’s European parliament buildings will not be started until after Brexit day, but according to EU lawyers what maters is the date the project is approved. If we get caught it may add up millions to the UK’s multibillion divorce bill for leaving the European Union.

According to the Times, the revamp of the EU building, finished only in 1993 at a total cost $1.2 million, is designed to separate the MEPs from visitors, press and other public they accidentally mix with due to the current structure. This is what is described as “far from ideal by the cited officials.

Apart from ensuring members do not have to rub shoulders with ordinary mortals the plan will also give them a new more luxurious restaurant and kitchen, according to the cited internal documents.”

 

There are security reasons for the upgrade according to EU freeloaders, and the building was found unsafe after ceiling in the debating chamber collapsed; five years ago and structural problems were detected.

The preliminary plan suggests two options. According to the Times, which cited internal documents, the preferred one is demolishing the block and building it from the scratch, which will cost $46 million more than refurbishment. The confidential papers state that the final decision is to be taken in “the second semester of 2019,”after the European elections next May over fears of public criticism and being exploited by the euro-sceptics.

EU Bosses Fear Brexit Domino Effect

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European leaders met for the first time today to discuss the deal reached over changes to the conditions of Britain’s membership of the European Union. So far reaction to the deal from politicians and bureaucrats has been mixed,  but public opinion in member states has led to fears that an out vote may prompt other EU member states to follow Britain’s lead.

European lawmakers are trying to talk up the significance of the deal won by UK Prime Minister David Cameron in which he attempted to win significant concessions over Britain’s membership of the EU in order to secure a vote to remain within a “reformed” union at the In-Out referendum he has called for June 23. W hile publicly contemptuous of the British public’s lukewarm attitude to the EU they are privately desperate for us to stay in. Britain’s financial contribution, diplomatic clout and military strength are seen as indespensible to EU leaders ambitions to create a Fedral European Superstate that would be a world power militarily and economically.

Speaking ahead of a session of the European Parliament, Wednesday, it’s President Martin Schultz told the BBC: “This is the first time a Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is fighting for Europe and for the European Union. This is progress in itself. The Prime Minister is running for the campaign to stay in. It is about winning the confidence of British voters.” In the past Schulz has openly expressed contempt for democracy by saying public opinion is irrelevant.

The lawmakers are not only keen for the UK to remain within the EU for political and financial reasons, but fearful of a vote to leave by Britain could trigger a domino effect  as p, ublic opinion in other countries, significantly France, the Netherlands, Italy, The Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary swings against “ever closer union” and the surrender of sovereignty to unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, and the emergence and success of anti EU political groups  demanding significant opt-outs, or threatening to the UK out of the EU, in the event that the vote does not go Cameron’s way.

Green Party vice chair Rebecca Harms said:

“Now that we know the date of the UK referendum on its membership of the EU, it is time for the real discussion to start — a discussion that focuses not on the narrow terms of David Cameron’s ‘deal’ but on the real issues about the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe.

“The Greens/EFA group firmly believes that the UK’s place should be at the heart of Europe. But we also believe that the process of reform of the EU should not stop with this referendum.

“There is still much more that can and should be improved in the way the EU works, issues of far more importance to European citizens than just those areas covered by the UK’s ‘deal’… But the only way to address these issues is collectively, from within the EU. That is why it is so important that the UK votes to remain in the EU, based on a clear understanding of what is at stake. Then the real work to reform the EU can begin,”

However, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, poured cold water over the British deal. Speaking to the Journal du Dimanche, Ayrault said there had been “no treaty change,  UK does not have a veto on moves towards closer political and financial integration in the  Eurozone and there is no questioning of  abandoning the principle of free movement.”

Mixed views then, but we should not forget the words of Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, who said that any change that Cameron won would be vetoed.

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Covering Up The Cover UP

So the cover up inquiry into the lost dossier on paedophiles in parliament allegedly handed to former Home Secretary Leon Brittan by the late Geoffrey Dickens MP and subsequently lost by Home Office staff (Brittan’s name figured in the list of kiddie fiddlers named by the dossier allegedly) has concluded that there is no proof the file was deliberately destroyed and therefore we must accept there was no cover up, neither this nor any previous or future government is, was or ever will be involved in wrongdoing of any kind and bloggers who keep asking awkward questions can fuck the fucking fuck off.

These conclusions have naturally aroused some sceptical responses,and not only from the blogosphere. Even some sections of the normally servile mainstream media are gobsmacked at the blatancy of the cover up.

But the story has raised one laugh for me. In the comment thread on the report carried by Breitbart London, which contained this composite picture of Dickens and Brittan …

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Geoffrey Dickens (left) and Leon Brittan (image source)

… somebody tagged as Englebert has commented:

“Is Leon Brittans face real? It looks like he’s wearing a mask made from bits of dead people.”

Read full story and comment thread at Breitbart, London

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RESULT – Establishment’s Woolf Caged

Child abuse inquiry chair Fiona Woolf RESIGNS after victims unanimously call for her to quit over links to alleged paedo Lord Brittan

Thw Whitewash manufacturers and Tarpaulin merchants of the Establishment cover – up industry suffered a second blow in their quest to install one of their own as chair of an inquiry into alleged paedophiles operaying in the Palace Of Westminster when Lord Mayor Of London Fiona Woolf stepped down today in response to pressure from abuse victims and support groups along with some media organisations.

Fiona Woolf told the Home Secretary that she did not have the confidence of the victims and needed to step aside for the sake of the inquiry.

She said: ‘I did not think it was going to be possible for me to chair it without everybody’s support.”

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A few months ago Lady Butler Sloss, a senior judge whose brother Sir Michael Havers was Attorney General when the first cover up, involving a dossier of the sex abuse allegations compiled by former Backburn MP ‘Battling’ Barbara Castle was lost after being haded to Brittan when he was Home Secretary.

There is no suggestion Havers was involved in the sex crimes, but he abused his position in order to protect other establishment figures so an impartial inquiry is likely to destroy what’s left of his reputation. Lady Butler – Sloss should have declared a conflict of interest and declined the role from the outset as should Finona Woolf who as a personal friend of Leon Brittan could not possibly have been an impartial figure in a case likely to result in the destruction of both his political and personal reputation.

And how many years have passed since we accidentally named Brittan as the alleged parliamentary paedophile

At last somebody has had the courage to mention names. The name of former future Prime Minister Leon Brittan, which Boggart Blog let slip in 2007, has been associated officially with sex abuse allegations that have circulated for over twenty years. At the height of his success Brittan suddenly quit as Home Secretary after being strongly tipped to succeed Margaret Thatcher, to take up a sinecure as an EU commissioner. His name has been linked with paedophilia allegations since the 1980s.

Now, as the establishment tries to close ranks around their own once again, appointing a friend of Brittan to head an inquiry into previous cover ups by senior figures in government of allegations that several Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem MPs were involved in a child abuse ring, somebody has at last had the courage to say the name at the centre of it.

A Labour MP has used parliamentary privilege to accuse former Home Secretary Leon Brittan of ‘improper conduct with children’.

He used a Commons debate on the 1984-85 miners’ strike to suggest that those who took part in the industrial action will not be surprised by the allegations against Lord Brittan.

The remarks from Jim Hood, who said there were ‘reports about child abuse being linked with’ the Conservative politician, were criticised as ‘disgusting’ by business minister Matthew Hancock.

Under parliamentary privilege, MPs can make contentious allegations without fear of prosecution for slander or contempt of court. But critics said Mr Hood’s comments were an abuse of this privilege.

The row comes amid calls for the head of the official inquiry into historic child sex abuse to resign over links to Lord Brittan, now 75. Fiona Woolf has admitted attending dinner parties with the politician, who was in charge of the Home Office in the 1980s.

It has been claimed that Lord Brittan was handed a file, which is now missing, in late 1983 which allegedly detailed child abuse at the highest levels of Westminster.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2811776/Labour-MP-links-Leon-Brittan-80s-child-abuse-claims-Amid-row-historic-sex-crimes-inquiry-former-Home-Secretary-named-Commons.html#ixzz3HZChcsvs

Ssssh! What’s that we hear? Could it be the sound of a heavily built man wearing hush puppies running for the hills.

Strangely, as news broke today of a damning report on the failure of Manhester’s Labour controlled council and highly politicised police force to act on allegations of organised sexual abuse of young girls, I have yet to hear one single voice from the left raised in protest about these shameful cases of what amounts to criminal negligence by Labour run councils and their officers. Foucking hypocrites.

So Who Do You Pick To Investigate Elitist Paedophile Rings

The appointment of Lady Butler-Sloss as chair of the VIP paedophile inquiry is another prime example of why we should be asking very difficult questions about our political system in this country, the way the elite carve everything up and when faced with criticism close ranks and engineer a cover up, and most of all, why we have three main political parties who are all as abolutely corrupt and incompetent as each other.

Most of the criticism of Lady Butler-Sloss (nee Havers, yes shes the auntie of actor Nigel Havers, but worse, the sister of his dear Old Dad, the late Sir Michael Havers who, purely by coincidence and flyingpigology was Attorney General to Margaret Thatcher’s government at the time Geoffery Dickens Parliamentary Paedos dossier went missing).

Some critics however have focused on the fact Lady Butler-Sloss sits in the House Of Lords and may have to criticise her fellow peers in the inquiry. History ancient and recent proves that members of the House Of Lords are almost incapable of uttering a word against their collegues even when allegations of crimes as heinous as drinking white wine with red meat, showing a more than passing interest in the football results and being unkind to horses are involved.

The most worrying aspect is the little mentioned fact that Butler-Sloss will most certainly have to investigate a close, if dead, member of her own family, the aforementioned late Sir Michael. Havers also happenens to be one of the establishment figures alleged to have argued for the protection of the identities of VIPs accused of child abuse.

But don’t just take my word for it. From The Daily Mail’s report (OK lefties calm down, not everything in The Mail is made up)

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But it was also Butler-Sloss’s brother Sir Michael Havers who during his tenure as Attorney General upheld the decision not to prosecute the VIP paedophile Sir Peter Hayman in 1981. And in 1983, Havers was accused by the Sun Newspaper of withholding information about a convicted paedophile’s membership of the Paedophile Information Exchange during his trial “to avoid embarrassing security chiefs”. According to The Currant Bun:

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You know something readers, if I was a more cynical sort of person I’d say you could be forgiven for thinking that the big investigation into the Parliamentary Paedophile cover up that our political leaders made such a song and dance about is starting to look like ….. how can I put this …. yet another cover up.

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Kudos to Guido Fawkes for this amazing revelation about the political distribution of sexually transmitted diseases:

Guido has always thought Tom Watson was an irritating tw*t, but now new figures released by the government provide the stats to back it up. The Department of Heath has surveyed 16 to 24 year olds across the country and found the place* with the highest rate of chlamydia is Sandwell, which lies in Watson’s West Bromwich East constituency. Itching their way into second place is Richard Fuller’s Bedford, and you’ll have to beware the crabs at the seaside in Gordon Marsden’s Blackpool. David Lammy down in Haringey is third, with Justin Tomlinson’s Swindon taking fifth place.

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