Tuesday 25 July 2023


In a rare admission of fake news, the BBC have issued a humiliating public apology to Nigel Farage.  Three weeks ago BBC News reported that Farage's bank account at Coutts had been closed because he 'fell below the wealth threshold required' to hold an account there.  The BBC story basically relayed a source at the bank itself, without any attempt to get at the truth or lend Farage's side of the story any validity at all.  Farage had suggested that he had been targeted because of his political beliefs and cited failed attempts to acquire banking facilities with several other banks as further proof that he was being singled out.

Thanks to his persistence and huge GB News platform, Farage later proved that Coutts decision was political and last week he received a public apology from NatWest, who own Coutts.  However, no apology was forthcoming from the BBC - despite presenter Ros Atkins having admitted on air that their story was 'not accurate'.  The original BBC headline was also subtly changed and the online story edited to account for its 'not being accurate'.

BBC headline, as it appeared before July 21

Amended BBC headline on July 21

Farage was not going to let either matter drop quietly from the headlines, both his treatment at the hands of the banks and the response of the mass media establishment.  Farage had been mocked by several so-called journalists in the days after he went public.  Kay Burley of Sky News used her Twitter account to pour scorn over Farage.  Ex-BBC reporter Jon Sopel referred to Farage as 'a bit of a Charlie'.

Wonder how Kay would feel if one day she is refused banking facilities or has her digital currency withheld for such a heinous crime as reporting the truth (for once) or, perhaps, a lockdown violation?

Jon was later forced into a humiliating apology after Farage did some mockery of his own...

Totally reprehensible indeed, but a sign of things to come if the globalists get their way and replace cash with programmable Central Bank Digital Currencies.  Will people like Jon stand up and be counted when his fellow countrymen and women are denied access to their digital handouts if they use it to buy meat or leave their 15 minute neighbourhoods?

Meanwhile, Farage kept up the pressure on the Beeb and on Monday he received a written apology from Deborah Furness, the head of BBC News.  The man behind the fake news story - the BBC's business editor Simon Jack - apologised by way of Twitter...

Farage was understandably very happy with the BBC apologies and made the most of it on Monday's edition of his GB News show.  His fight with NatWest/Coutts will continue and his monologue (see video below) shows that they have turned martyr into crusader.  Political discrimination by banks and other corporate entities, sponsored by very powerful globalist figures through their sinister ESG score, must be fought and exposed head on.  In Nigel Farage they have created a very public and vociferous opponent and we at BTLP lend him our most wholehearted support.

Friday 21 July 2023


The comprehensive Tory disaster that was widely anticipated on Super Thursday did not materialise thanks to a surprise result in the one seat that, on paper, they were most likely to lose.  A backlash against Khan's despicable ULEZ expansion saved them in Uxbridge, albeit with a reduced majority - down from 7,210 in 2019 to just 495.  Despite the backlash, Labour still piled on almost six percentage points.  Everyone else lost their deposit.

In the other two parliamentary elections, the Conservatives suffered crushing defeats.  In North Yorkshire they lost a seat they had held since its inception in 2010, with Labour overturning a 2019 majority of 20,137.  Their 25-year-old candidate comfortable surged past his Tory opponent with a 4,151 majority of his own, instantly replacing Nadia Whittome as the new Baby of the House.  The third placed Green Party candidate was the only other to save his deposit.

In Somerset the Lib Dems ploughed resources into a seat they had previously held between 1997 and 2015.  Since then the Tories had created a solid majority which stood at 19,213 in 2019.  On Thursday the Lib Dems decimated the Conservative lead and returned to Somerton and Frome with an 11,008 majority.  Again, the Green Party saved their deposit in third place.

Turnout was predictably low in all three seats: 44.8% in Selby, 44.2% in Somerton and 46.2% in Uxbridge.

Selby & Ainsty

Keir Mather (Lab) 16,456 (46.0%) +21.4%
Claire Holmes (Con) 12,295 (34.3%) -26.0%
Arnold Warneken (Grn) 1,838 (5.1%) +1.9%
Mike Jordan (Yrks) 1,503 (4.2%) +0.8%
Dave Kent (RefUK) 1,332 (3.7%) New
Matt Walker (LDem) 1,188 (3.3%) -5.3%
Nick Palmer (Ind) 342 (1.0%) New
John Waterstone (SDP) 314 (0.9%) New
Sir Archibald Stanton (Loon) 172 (0.5%) New
Guy Phoenix (Herit) 162 (0.5%) New
Andrew Gray (Ind) 99 (0.3%) New
Tyler Wilson-Kerr (Ind) 67 (0.2%) New
Luke Wellock (Clim) 39 (0.1%) New

Lab GAIN from Con

Somerton & Frome

Sarah Dyke (LDem) 21,187 (54.6%) +28.4%
Faye Purbrick (Con) 10,179 (26.2%) -29.6%
Martin Dimery (Grn) 3,944 (10.2%) +5.1%
Bruce Evans (RefUK) 1,303 (3.4%) New
Neil Guild (Lab) 1,009 (2.6%) -10.3%
Rosie Mitchell (Ind) 635 (1.6%) New
Peter Richardson (UKIP) 275 (0.7%) New
Lorna Corke (CPA) 256 (0.7%) New

LDem GAIN from Con

Uxbridge & South Ruislip

Steve Tuckwell (Con) 13,965 (45.2%) -7.5%
Danny Beales (Lab) 13,470 (43.6%) +5.9%
Sarah Green (Grn) 893(2.9%) +0.6%
Laurence Fox (Rclm) 714 (2.3%) New
Blaise Baquiche (LDem) 526 (1.7%) -4.6%
Steve Gardner (SDP) 248 (0.8%) New
Kingsley Hamilton Anti-Ulez (Ind) 208 (0.7%) New
Count Binface (Bin) 190 (0.6%) +0.5%
No-Ulez Leo Phaure (Ind) 186 (0.6%) New
Richard Hewison (Rejoin) 105 (0.3%) New
Piers Corbyn (LLL) 101 (0.3%) New
Cameron Bell (Ind) 91 (0.3%) New
Enomfon Ntefon (CPA) 78 (0.3%) New
Rebecca Jane (UKIP) 61 (0.2%) -0.4%
Ed Gemmell (Clim) 49 (0.2%) New
Howling Laud Hope (Loon) 32 (0.1%) -0.2%
77 Joseph (Ind) 8 (0.1%<) New


There were also three council by-elections on Thursday, one each in West Wales, Swindon and Worcester.  The Lib Dems narrowly held off a Plaid surge in Ceredigion and Labour scored an easy hold in Worcester.  In Swindon there was an intriguing result as the Conservatives gained a seat from Labour.

Llanfarian, Ceredigion County Council

LDem: 298 (48.2%) -19.8%
Plaid: 290 (46.9%) +15.0%
Con: 30 (4.9%) New


St Margaret & South Marston, Swindon Borough Council

Con: 1,143 (50.6%) +2.1%
Lab: 1,118 (49.4%) -2.1%

Con GAIN from Lab

Nunnery, Worcester City Council

Lab: 1,048 (59.7%) +11.9%
Con: 518 (29.5%) -2.8%
LDem: 102 (5.8%) -0.5%
Ind: 88 (5.0%) -0.1%



Lab = Labour
Con = Conservative
Grn = Green
Yrks = Yorkshire
RefUK = ReformUK
LDem = Liberal Democrat
SDP = Social Democratic Party
Loon = Monster Raving Loony
Clim = Climate
Herit = Heritage
UKIP = United Kingdom Independence Party
CPA = Christian Peoples Alliance
Rclm = Reclaim
Bin = Binface
Rejoin = Rejoin EU
LLL = Let London Live
Plaid = Plaid Cymru
Ind = Independent

Wednesday 19 July 2023


A violent trans convict who shared a platform with three Labour MPs is back in prison this week after he told a crowd: "If you see a TERF, punch them in the f***ing face".  'Sarah Jane Baker' was addressing a 'trans pride' event in London earlier this month and made the remark whilst waving a communist Antifa flag.  He was arrested after the speech and later pleaded not guilty to a public order offence.

A TERF (trans-exclusionary radical feminist) is an insult the left use to label genuine feminists ie. those who believe a woman can't have a penis.  

Three far left Labour MPs shared a platform with Baker during a trans rally in January.  Olivia Blake (Sheffield Hallam), Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Brighton Kempton) and Nadia Whittome (Nottingham East) addressed a trans rally outside Downing Street, during which the crowd chanted: "F*** Keir Starmer" and "Eat shit Keir Starmer".  A Labour spokesman later claimed that the MPs were not aware of who Baker was and had left the scene prior to the offensive chanting.  It certainly appeared at the time that Starmer's assertion that a woman can have a penis, fell on deaf ears.

Baker (circled) alongside Labour MPs Russell-Moyle, Blake (obscured by
loudspeaker) and Whittome

Baker was initially jailed in 1989 for the kidnap and torture of his father's stepson.  Baker, then known by his birth-name Alan, abducted the 19-year-old from his Surrey home as part of a family feud.  Alongside his brother and another man, Baker took the teenager at knifepoint to a squat where he was tortured for 12 hours.  The victim was beaten, slashed with a knife, burnt with cigarette butts and forced to perform oral sex on his captors.  He was then tied up and dumped in a cupboard.  Prosecutors said he would probably have died there had it not been for an occupant of the squat who found him unconscious.

Baker, who is now 53, went on to spend three decades inside after he was found guilty of the attempted murder of another inmate.  During his initial seven year sentence for the kidnap, Baker broke into a fellow inmate's cell and tried to strangle him.  It was during this extended stay that Baker renamed himself 'Sarah' and claims to have cut off his testicles.  He was released in 2019 and told the trans rally in January that he wanted to become an MP, after which he would invite his trans friends to 'smoke a spliff' and other drugs in Parliament.

Baker pictured last week waving an Antifa flag, as he encouraged a crowd to
'punch a TERF in the face'

MailOnline reports that Baker has now been returned to a male prison, despite identifying as a woman.  For the purposes of consistency we have referred to Baker as he/him throughout this article as he is a biological male.  What a Clown World we find ourselves in right now...

Thursday 6 July 2023


Keir Starmer was confronted by a pair of climate extremists as he gave a speech in Kent on Thursday morning.  The pair of youngsters were stood directly behind Starmer as he spoke about education, but waited patiently until the Labour leader was in full flow before unfurling their banner.  Starmer floundered and turned from side to side awkwardly as the pair demanded that he reinstate his pledge to commit £28billion per year in fighting what they call 'climate change'.

"Which side is the Labour party on?" the female asked.  "We're on the side of economic growth" Starmer replied, and then went on to plead with them to let him continue with his speech.  It was a full agonising minute before the protesters were removed.

Watch the full awkward exchange below.

Unlike recent headline-grabbing stunts, these were not Just Stop Oil fanatics.  They were from a group calling itself 'Green New Deal Rising', another bunch of useful idiots serving the establishment whether they are aware of it or not.  The term 'green new deal' has been around for a while and is a buzz word for net zero fanatics on the far left.  Needless to say, their Twitter profile is followed by several far left Labour MPs, including Dickie Burgon, Ian Lavery, Clive Lewis, Zarah Sultana and Nadia Whittome.  Jeremy Corbyn is also a follower.

One of the protesters - Sophia Cunningham, who looks like a cross between Deirdre Barlow and Ash Sarkar - later complained quite rightly that Starmer did not fulfill his on-stage promise to speak to them after his speech.  A quick u-turn indeed, even for Sir Squeaky.

The greatest irony here is that despite their perceived 'climate' injustices, PM Starmer will impose - or attempt to impost at least - a version of net zero that would probably curl their toes.  That is, unless they are already vegan, don't fly anywhere, never go on holiday, despise cash transactions, own nothing, hate their own liberty and crave state subjugation.  In that case they will lap up the tyranny that Starmer (and Sunak, given the chance) has in store for them.