Palestinian Terrorists on the Payroll - British taxpayers are helping to pay the salaries of jailed bomb makers
Why do politicians always resign over the minor things, while getting away with the major ones?
Swear at a policeman, for instance, and after a month of harrying from the media and your political opponents, you will finally stand down.
Waste millions of pounds on a taxpayer-funded self-aggrandizement scheme, on the other hand, and you will not only get away with it, but be praised. Such is the case with Andrew Mitchell, former minister at the U.K. Department for International Development (DfID) and now—after an angry altercation with a Downing Street policeman—former chief whip.
London: The British government has a major image problem when it comes to fighting terrorism, something Sri Lanka has been aware of for years with the existence of LTTE offices, their so-called charities and various groups