Category Archive: Brutal Britain

Sep 15

Isle of Wight goes transgender mad

A Christian couple on the Isle of Wight are to challenge a primary school’s handling of a six-year-old boy’s request to be treated as a ‘girl’.  Here is the BBC’s report. Nigel and Sally Rowe are from Freshwater.  They raised concerns with the school when a six-year-old boy in their son’s class started to come …

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Sep 11

Medway Council’s Emotional Abuse

A mother who says her two youngest children were wrongly taken into care by Medway Council was given a six-month suspended prison sentence at the end of last month by Judge Richard Polden Sara Root told Christian Voice her children were taken seven years ago for ‘emotional abuse’. District Judge Graham Green made a judgment …

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Sep 04

No more Boys and Girls at John Lewis

‘John Lewis has become the first UK retailer to remove gender labels from its children’s clothing’, reports the Independent over the weekend. (Links on this site always open automatically in a new tab) The department store chain has taken ‘girls’ and ‘boys’ labels from its clothes.  John Lewis has also removed separate sections in all its …

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Aug 25

Woman jailed for inventing rape claims

A lesbian fantasist who invented rape and sexual assault allegations to get attention from her former girlfriend has been jailed for ten years. Jemma Beale, 25, claimed she had been raped by nine men and seriously sexually assaulted by six others.  Her allegations spanned four different encounters over the space of three years. Miss Beale’s …

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Aug 17

No More Boys and Girls in BBC2’s brave new world

Straw man (or should that be person?) arguments and some duplicitous thinking characterised BBC’s No More Boys and Girls last night.  Here’s a report in the Daily Telegraph. The headteacher of Lanesend Primary School on the Isle of Wight, Mrs Caroline Sice, allowed the film crew into a class of seven-year-olds, taught by one Graham Andre. …

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Aug 11

Gays and Muslims in Islamophobia row

Homosexual activists and Muslims have seriously fallen out over alleged Islamophobia in last month’s London gay pride parade. And not long ago, veteran gay campaigner Peter Tatchell was urging homosexuals and Muslims to unite in solidarity against ‘oppression’.  One supposes he meant from what is left of Christianity in this country. Muslim leaders have made …

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Aug 07

‘Hurtful’ National Trust in Rainbow Row

The National Trust is in a row over the promotion of homosexuality after volunteers refused to wear homosexual equality symbols. The National Trust is Britain’s leading conservation charity. It exists, according to its most recent Annual Report, to protect ‘the nation’s heritage and open spaces … for everyone to enjoy’. It operates in England, Wales …

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Jul 27

BBC unwatchable on Gay Jubilee

Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of sodomy. Consequently, the BBC will be unwatchable and unlistenable for a week at least. Especially today, all BBC channels will be awash with ‘Gay Britania’.  It is exactly fifty years since the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. BBC reflecting the Establishment One can argue …

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Jul 24

Boots in Morning-After Pill row

Boots has come under attack from a leading abortionist angry at the Chemist’s pricing for the morning-after pill. According to the BBC, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) issued a press release on Friday 21st July 2017.  BPAS demanded Boots and other pharmacies reduce the cost of what it euphemistically called ’emergency contraception’ Levonelle.  ‘Levonelle’ is a …

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Jul 13

Medway Council took children because home ‘untidy’

A local authority took two children into care because a house was ‘untidy’, a mother has told Christian Voice. And now, seven years later, Medway Council are trying to send the mother to prison for speaking out about her case.  This is despite both children now being over eighteen.  Care proceedings end at eighteen. Medway …

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