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MAN JAILED FOR SOUTHAMPTON AIRPORT SMUGGLING ATTEMPT

A 44-year-old man has been jailed for 12 months years after being found guilty of attempting to smuggle approximately five kilos of cannabis into the UK.

The drugs had an estimated street value of £60,000.

Southampton Crown Court heard that on 6 May 2013 Border Force officers at Southampton International Airport stopped Nicholas GILES who had arrived on a flight from Malaga.

Before officers searched his baggage Giles admitted to having five kilos of “weed” in his suitcase. The case was opened and the drugs could be seen wrapped in clear plastic.

Giles was arrested and charged and he pleaded guilty at Southampton Magistrates Court on 12 August and was sentenced in the Crown Court today.

Malcolm Bragg, from Border Force said:

“Our officers play an important role in protecting the public and work hard to make sure drugs are not smuggled into the country.

“Drug trafficking is a serious offence and those convicted will face prison sentences. The message to anyone tempted to get involved is clear. We will catch you and you will pay with your liberty.”

Anyone with information about activity they suspect may be linked to smuggling should call the hotline on 0800 59 5000.

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SHOULD SPAIN FOLLOW HUNGARY’S EXAMPLE

The Hungarian government has expelled the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European Central Bank (ECB). Ejecting banking cartels is not exceptional but often leads to war. Some nations are too big for war to be an option. Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) declared financial sovereignty.
 
Iceland threw out the bankers and filed charges. The heads of Iceland’s banking system were declared fugitives and afterwards fled to Europe. The Hungarian leader charges that previous Socialist administrations sold the nation into unending debt slavery under the terms of the IMF.
 
Hungary’s popular Prime Minister Viktor Orban says Hungary neither wants nor needs further ‘assistance‘ from the cartels. He says, “no longer will Hungarians be forced to pay usurious interest to private, unaccountable central bankers. Instead, the Hungarian government has assumed sovereignty over its own currency. It now issues money debt free, as it is needed.”
 
The results have been nothing short of extraordinary. The Hungarian economy, until recently staggering under bankers interest rates, has recovered rapidly.
 
The Hungarian Economic Ministry recently announced that thanks to a ‘disciplined budget policy’ it has repaid the remaining €2.2B owed to the IMF, well before the due date. Unemployment is rapidly decreasing and now stands a tad over 10 per cent.
 
If Spain followed Hungary and Iceland’s example by could Spain take a shortcut to a buoyant recovery and full employment?

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