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Tories remove thousands of key papers from National Archives

A massive trove of government papers detailing some dark episodes of British history, including the Falklands War and the notorious Northern Irish Troubles, have vanished from the National Archives.

The revelations may leave historians particularly suspicious, as it is not the first time files documenting controversial episodes of Britain’s past have disappeared or been destroyed. In August last year, records linking the UK to Israel’s nuclear program went missing from the National Archives. The archives assured the public it was following a “robust”plan to find the lost files.

A few years earlier, the Foreign Office revealed that multiple documents that “might embarrass members of the police, military forces, public servants (such as police agents or informers)” in former British colonies or “might compromise sources of intelligence” were deliberately destroyed as part of ‘Operation Legacy’.

Files about arms sales to Saudi Arabia, UK special forces operations against Indonesia and interrogation techniques have also mysteriously vanished.

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BBC banned from filming during disability protest in Houses of Parliament

BBC banned from filming during disability protest in Houses of Parliament (click to see)

The BBC’s Norman Smith was told live on air that he had to stop filming while a noisy protest unfolded behind him.

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The BBC were banned from filming inside the Houses of Parliament lobby today, during a protest by disabled people.

BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith told viewers there had been “a protest by a number of disability protesters inside Central Lobby because of their anger…” before he was interrupted by a parliamentary official.

During the live broadcast, robed member of Parliamentary staff tapped him on the shoulder and ordered him to stop filming while the protest took place.

“Sorry, you’re going to have to stop. You can’t film with this going on in the background,” she said, appearing in-shot.

“It’s part of the rules and conditions of you using this area and you’re not allow to film.”

It came as furious disability campaigners today staged a noisy protest inside Parliament as David Cameron refused to apologise for trying to slash their benefits.

A line of police blocked the entrance to the House of Commons chamber as around 20 protesters held up banners in Central Lobby and chanted ‘no more death from benefit cuts’.

The protesters were from the Disabled People Against the Cuts as well as others.

The Government has U-turned on planned cuts to PIP but also already passed cuts to the Employment and Support Allowance benefit. The so-called Bedroom Tax also disproportionate affected disabled people, according to official figures.

Broadcasters were ordered to stop filming the protests by the House authorities in a move branded “outrageous” by Opposition MPs.

As we’ve previously reported there have been a number of deaths and suicides as a result of benefit cuts, sanctions and fit for work assessments.

Jobcentre staff have come forward admitting they’ve been pressured to sanction the vulnerable.

It remains no surprise that the UK Government is under investigation by the United Nations over its mistreatment of sick and disabled people.

Tory Home Office Bans RT from its illegal detention centre after uncovering signs of human rights abuse

Tory Home Office Bans RT from its illegal detention centre after uncovering signs of human rights abuse

Previous undercover report

Officer was filmed saying:

Say you’re in government and you have an illegal immigrant detention centre which is this, detention centre, yeah. And they (detainees) all have their phones with them, right, and a fight kicks off or, like, there’s bad conditions, which [in] this centre there’s bad conditions, right,

And people/you guys are taking photos of these bad conditions like rats and whatever other sh*t that’s in here. And you’re sending it outside, sending it to news, whatever, that looks bad for the government, doesn’t it?” he added. http://youtu.be/VSNDyfFORAI

Tory Home Office Bans RT from its illegal detention centre

Tory Home Office Bans RT from its illegal detention centre

Tories ban filming at their ‘illegal’ detention centre

Tories ban filming at ‘illegal’ detention centre

“Say you’re in government and you have an illegal immigrant detention centre which is this, detention center, yeah. And they (detainees) all have their phones with them, right, and a fight kicks off or, like, there’s bad conditions, which [in] this center there’s bad conditions, right,” an unidentified Harmondsworth staff member said.

“And people/you guys are taking photos of these bad conditions like rats and whatever other sh*t that’s in here. And you’re sending it outside, sending it to news, whatever, that looks bad for the government, doesn’t it?” he added.

Watch the undercover video here

Tories ban filming at their illegal detention centre

Tories ban filming at their illegal detention centre

DWP urged to publish suicide investigations linked to benefit cuts

DWP urged to publish suicide investigations linked to benefit cuts

DWP urged to publish suicide investigations linked to benefit cuts

DWP urged to publish suicide investigations linked to benefit cuts