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The 19th March is Budget Day, and we will be gathering in London to promote the Bradbury Pound. Our purpose will not be to protest, but to educate - the public, mainstream journalists, the police and any MPs or Lords brave enough to come and speak to us. So, what is the Bradbury Pound all about? Read on ...

Today the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill was given Royal Assent, formalising it as an Act of Parliament.

David Cameron has attacked those in the countryside, who oppose the Government’s new planning laws, by suggesting that such opposition is killing off young people’s chances of owning a home as well as sidelining the country’s best interests. 

Following publication of my research article 'A Government of Common Purpose' I received an email suggesting that I research an organisation named 'Locality'. This is what I discovered.

David Cameron declares his interests with Common Purpose. Suddenly the press and media realise that he was part of the same Common Purpose that created the Leveson Inquiry. It was an oversight? No State Control of the Press is by appointment....

We are apparently one day away from a decision by the Privy Council on a Royal Charter to 'moderate the press'. 

The net closes in on every man, woman and child. The fishing net is an effective hunting weapon. Simple, easily made, the net is initially not seen by the fish, and then when they eventually encounter the mesh, all escape routes are blocked. The net encircles them, traps them and ultimately allows the fish to be pulled from their living environment to be killed. 

Today Patrick Henningsen interviewed Ian Crane about the drive by vested interests to develop shale gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing in the UK. He speaks about the implications for the environment and the resistance which is building.

Patrick Henningsen interviews Ian Puddick about his ongoing campaign for justice following the £1 million plus police harrassment he suffered at the hands of City of London Police.

It has been claimed, following ‘startling new figures’, that crime rates have plummeted in the western world. Robberies, car thefts and murders are all falling substantially, and, according to the data, in some cases crime has practically vanished.

Yesterday the national grid released a document called "National Grid – Our Role In The Electricity Industry". In it they argued that in the near future they would be unable to properly fulfil their role to balance the supply of electricity across the grid, and that large consumers, such as shops and factories, should be asked to reduce their energy consumption during peak times.

Prime Minister David Cameron, Tory MP Brooks Newmark and US sources claim that chemical weapons have been used in Syria. This 'fact' is then used to ramp up the call for military action to ensure that Assad is overthrown. But are the chemical weapons fact and where is the evidence? 

The policy of "bail in", where failing banks steal the savings of its depositors as happend in Cyprus, is beginning to be formalised, starting with Japan.

Last Monday, our Malcolm Massey, Neil Foster and Mark Anderson took a post-Bilderberg walk around the Grove Hotel to see what they could see. What they found was a meeting room with a Thomson Reuters display panel. 

Tim Yeo has had to step aside from his chairmanship of the Energy and Climate Change Committee having been caught up in the Lobbygate scandal.

When Michael Meacher spoke to us outside the Bilderberg Conference last Thursday, he said he would be asking an urgent question in the House on the issue of the Bilderberg Conference. Today, the Speaker granted that request.

Following a recent approach by Justin Walker regarding the reinstatement of the Bradbury Pound, the Treasury Select Committee have issued the following response.

Yesterday evening, Louise Collins received a telephone call from Julia Fellows to say she has received an email from Ben to say he is safe and will be in direct contact soon. Ben's whereabouts are still unknown, but this is good news.

The UK Charity Commission has released charity income and expenditure figures up to the end of Q1 2013. The figures show that income rose to £59.9 billion in the year to the end of March, up from £59.48 billion three months previously.

Speaking at the Hay Festival, the former head of MI5 reinforced recent "Clash of Civilisations" rhetoric, stating "the enemy is everywhere".

This year’s annual Bilderberg conference is rapidly approaching - where the world’s political and business elite meet in private to discuss their agenda which will determine future policies that govern global affairs.

William Hague has acknowledged that many EU member states had "found it difficult" to lift the arms embargo on the terrorists operating in Syria.

Today the mainstream media highlighted a study that called for urgent action by ministers in regards to children having access to pornography online. 

The EU gravy train steam rolled back into the mainstream press today with the Daily mail highlighting the gigantic difference between the incomes of MEP's and the rest of society.