"I want the UK to continue to be a global science superpower"

“To wield science, is to wield the highest cultural authority in our society of secular knowledge.”

It is a multi trillion dollar industry you dumb pony fuckers! Britain can be at the forefront of it…

PM sets out vision to cement UK as a science superpower

The world’s top scientists will be encouraged to move to the UK under a shake-up of immigration rules announced by the Prime Minister today.Published 8 August 2019From:Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing StreetHome OfficeUK Visas and ImmigrationDepartment for Business, Energy & Industrial StrategyThe Rt Hon Boris JohnsonThe Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom, and The Rt Hon Priti Patel


Boris Johnson has instructed the Home Office and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to work with the scientific community to develop a new fast-track visa route for the brightest and best, with a view to launching it later this year.

Watch PM Boris Johnson making the announcement live on Facebook

The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said:

Britain has a proud history of innovation, with home-grown inventions spanning from the humble bicycle to the lightbulb.

We were home to the world’s first national DNA database, we discovered graphene, and our cutting-edge scientists should be proud to follow in the footsteps of titans like Ada Lovelace and Nobel Laureates Francis Crick and Peter Higgs.

But to ensure we continue to lead the way in the advancement of knowledge, we have to not only support the talent that we already have here, but also ensure our immigration system attracts the very best minds from around the world.

The fast-track immigration route will be designed to attract elite researchers and specialists in science, engineering and technology, from maths Olympiads at the very start of their careers to the winners of internationally recognised prizes and fellowships.

To ensure the UK is the most attractive country to live in and develop new ideas, options which could be discussed with leading institutions and universities include:

  • abolishing the cap on numbers under the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visas
  • expanding the pool of UK research institutes and universities able to endorse candidates
  • creating criteria that confer automatic endorsement, subject to immigration checks
  • ensuring dependents have full access to the labour market
  • removing the need to hold an offer of employment before arriving
  • accelerated path to settlement

Home Secretary Priti Patel said:

We want Britain to be the most prosperous economy in Europe with an immigration system that attracts the brightest and best global talent.

Our new fast-track visa route will be a key part of this – encouraging the world’s top scientists and researchers to our shores.

These gifted minds will bolster the UK’s standing as a hub for science and innovation as we look to introduce a points-based immigration system centred on what people will contribute to our great country.

David Williams, Executive Chairman of leading quantum technology company Arqit, said:

As a British business pioneering the science of Quantum Cyber Security, it is crucial that Britain welcomes scientific talent from around the World so we strongly support the Prime Minister’s initiative.

These changes will complement plans for an Australian-style points-based immigration system, as set out by the Prime Minister when he came into office.

In recognition of the huge value of science to the UK, particularly post-Brexit, in addition to immigration changes to support a reinvigorated research economy, the government will also provide additional funding for scientists and researchers who have sought EU funding before we leave. This includes schemes delivered by the European Research Council to ensure no-one is disadvantaged.

In the event we leave without a deal, the government will ensure any Horizon 2020 applications stuck in the approval process when the UK leaves, will instead be automatically reviewed by UKRI – with successful applications provided with funding.

The Prime Minister said:

I want the UK to continue to be a global science superpower, and when we leave the EU we will support science and research and ensure that, far from losing out, the scientific community has a huge opportunity to develop and export our innovation around the world.

Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom said:

The UK has a well-earned reputation for world-class research and innovation. From the invention of the World Wide Web to graphene, our scientists have helped to transform the world for the better.

We are at the forefront of international collaborations tackling some of humanity’s greatest challenges, from climate change to critical health and societal issues. And as we prepare to leave the EU on 31 October we will make sure we continue to attract the best talent, reflecting our commitment to making the UK a science powerhouse while creating jobs and growth across the whole country.



“If he had won, he probably would have had a fatal heart attack within a year anyway… Lucky for him he can relax, put his feet up and retire!”

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn campaigns on Sunday for the upcoming elections.. (photo credit:” REBECCA NADEN/REUTERS)


For the vast majority in Britain, this election had to do with Brexit. That was the main issue of the campaign, that is what this election was all about.“Boris Johnson‘s election gamble poised to pay off,” the headline on Sky News’ website just after midnight read as the exit polls came in from the critical British election.

The BBC’s headline: “Conservatives on course to win majority – exit poll.”

For the Jewish people, however, a headline reflecting their initial reaction would run something like this: “Corbyn loses, Jews world-over heave a huge sigh of relief.”

For the vast majority in Britain, this election had to do with Brexit. That was the main issue of the campaign, that is what this election was all about. It was a Brexit-dominated, Brexit-focused, Brexit-centered campaign.

But for Jews in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, the issue was different, the stakes were higher and the election was about something even more significant than Brexit: it was about whether antisemitism would be mainlined and an antisemite would become Britain’s prime minister.

That he didn’t, that the Hamas and Hezbollah supporting Corbyn – a man who allowed rampant antisemitism to flourish in the Labour Party – appears to have suffered a thunderous loss, is a reason for celebration among Jews not only in Britain, even if they are opposed to the Brexit that Johnson supports.

Not only does this mean that there is a future for British Jewry – something that many British Jews had said might not have been certain had Corbyn won – but it also means that Israel has dodged a bullet.

The United Kingdom is currently Israel’s largest trading partner in Europe, a major intelligence partner and an important friend of Israel on the international stage.

All that would have been in jeopardy had Corbyn won. Corbyn pledged to end arms sales to Israel and recognize a Palestinian state. He would have been a significant advocate for Palestinian maximalist positions on the world stage. Israel would have suffered a mighty diplomatic blow had he taken the reins of power. That he didn’t is obviously something that will be enthusiastically welcomed in Jerusalem.

In 2002, they die was cast for the deterioration of Turkish-Israeli ties when Recep Tayyip Erdogan won elections there. There was a fear that a similar situation would result had Corbyn won these elections in Britain.

If the British exit polls hold true, those fears – as well as fears for the future of British Jewry – will prove happily unfounded.


Israeli politicians congratulate Boris Johnson

“Dude, he was fucking the David Cameron’s wife… and everyone knew!” 😆😅😂🤣

Israeli politicians congratulate Boris Johnson

Israeli politicians from across the spectrum on congratulate British PM’s victory.

Elad Benari

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Israeli politicians from across the spectrum on Thursday night welcomed the victory of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as reflected in the exit polls.

Johnson is projected to win 368 seats in parliament, while the Labour party headed by Jeremy Corbyn who is notorious for his anti-Semitic actions and statements is projected to fall to 191 seats – its lowest number since the 1930s.

MK Gideon Sa’ar of the Likud congratulated Johnson on his victory and tweeted, “Congratulations to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the British Conservative Party on an impressive electoral victory.”

“The Corbyn-led Labour has led a decidedly anti-Israeli policy, extreme friendship with Israel’s enemies, alongside scents that are more than anti-Semitic. His defeat is a joy and a relief to Britain’s Jewish community,” Sa’ar added.

MK Nir Barkat from the Likud said, “My friend, Boris Johnson, warm congratulations on your victory in the UK elections and the defeat you inflicted on anti-Semitic Corbyn. Knowing you as the Mayor of London, as a parliamentarian and as Prime Minister, I have no doubt that you will successfully lead the British nation, and strengthen and deepen the partnership between the United Kingdom and the State of Israel.”

MK Yair Lapid, one of the leaders of the Blue and White, party also congratulated Johnson, saying, “I congratulate my friend Boris Johnson on his election victory. His victory is a defeat for anti-Semitism. I’m sure that under his leadership we can strengthen and deepen the relations between Israel and Great Britain. Congratulations Boris and good luck.”

MK Yoaz Hendel of Blue and White said, “Victory to the voice of logic in Britain over old hatred”, and MK Matan Kahane of the New Right said, “Thanks to God and the citizens of the UK for making the right choice.”

Even MK Itzik Shmuli of the Labor-Gesher party welcomed the victory, writing on Twitter, “I never imagined I would be so satisfied by a Labour defeat.”

In 2018, the Israeli Labor party suspended relations with Corbyn, accusing him of showing hostility to the Jewish community and allowing anti-Semitic statements.

Before the election, the Chief Rabbi of Britain, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, published an article in which he criticized Corbyn and the party’s “utterly inadequate” response to anti-Semitism within its ranks.

In a subsequent interview with the BBC, Corbyn was asked four times whether he would like to apologize over the party’s failure to clamp down on the anti-Semitism within the party, and refused to do so.

Corbyn later gave an interview to ITV’s Philip Schofield in which the interviewer pressed the Labour leader to apologize to the Jewish community.

“Obviously I’m very sorry for what has happened, but I want to make this clear, I am dealing with it. I have dealt with it,” Corbyn said. “Other parties are also affected by anti-Semitism. Candidates have been withdrawn by the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives and by us because we do not accept it in any form whatsoever.”


Right then peado Britain…

You WILL support Israel and the Jewish people

You WILL recognise Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel

You will recognise Judea and Samaria as part of Israel

You WILL support us in a war against Iran

Thankyou and fuck off, you sick little deranged bunch of fucking nonces!

(America can do it what it likes with this pathetic collapsed empire)