UK MPs ruled by SHARIA LAW: Politicians face alcohol ban as new offices governed by ISLAM

Saturday, January 30, 2016
By Paul Martin

POLITICIANS could face an alcohol ban as the new offices they will be moving into are ruled by Sharia law.

Fri, Jan 29, 2016

MPs are to be rehoused temporarily in Richmond House while Parliament undergoes much-needed repair.

But the building, 91 metres down the road, was transferred from the British Government to wealthy Middle Eastern businessmen and banks under an Islamic bond scheme, called Sukuk, in 2014 in George Osborne’s bid to make the UK a global hub for Islamic finance.

The lease terms stipulate the building is governed under Islamic law – which includes the banning of alcohol on the activities.

A Whitehall official told The Times: “It’s true. If MPs want to use Richmond House they’d better give up any hopes it will include a bar.”

The 182-year-old Palace of Westminster currently has eight bars, some open to all passholders, some only open to peers or MPs – all subsidised by the taxpayer for £4m a year.

Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen said he could not believe parts of Whitehall are being governed by Sharia law.

He said: “I do find it unbelievable government buildings are governed by Sharia law.

“I don’t see the bars as being an essential part of Parliament but it’s the principle that matters.

“Most of our constituents will be absolutely amazed that the principle could ever have been authorised.”

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