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Pro-Soros cash, anti-Trump Member of the European Parliament Daniel Hannan MEP used his column in the Washington Examiner this weekend to slam the American Conservative Union — the conveners of the Conservative Political Action Conference — for inviting French firebrand
A transgender activist who has attacked “all white people” as the white “race” as innately dangerous has been appointed by the Labour Party as a shadow cabinet adviser on equalities issues.
The Ministry of Justice is recruiting pagan chaplains to provide “religious care” at prisons across the country – with annual salaries of up to £29,ooo – despite many of the recruiting prisons facing guard shortages, Islamic extremist inmates, and drug epidemics.
In a sharply worded statement Monday, Cardinal Edwin O’Brien announced the closing of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to protest what he called Jerusalem’s “systematic campaign against the churches and the Christian community in the Holy Land.”
Police in the Swedish migrant-majority town of Södertälje discovered ten bullet holes in the local police station thought to have been attacked by an unknown assailant on early Monday morning.
The International Trade Secretary has blasted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to keep the UK tied to a European Union (EU) customs union whilst shunning trade deal with the U.S. and other large economies as a “sell-out of Britain’s interests.”
The UK is facing a serious threat from “far right” terrorists, the country’s top counterterrorism official has said, whilst demanding the children of “extremists” are removed from their parents.
An Afghan man has been jailed after raping a pregnant woman at knifepoint in her own bed, and for an attack on a sleeping victim as her baby lay beside her in a cot.
LONDON (AP) – Comcast, the owner of NBC and Universal Pictures, has launched a bid for British pay TV broadcaster Sky that threatens to thwart the takeover ambitions of media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Italian media are in an uproar over a direct request from Pope Francis to one of the largest American Catholic charities to bail out a woefully mismanaged Italian hospital to the tune of $25 million.
The police in the Spanish seaside town of Torrevieja have arrested a 27-year-old man of Moroccan descent and are seeking two other individuals following the rape and robbery of a 32-year-old Belgian woman.
Unelected Brussels bureaucrats are set to demand the UK continues to obey the rulings of European Courts for an indefinite period after Brexit as they maintain their uncompromising stance in divorce negotiations.
Aid workers sent to conflict zones representing the United Nations and international charities routinely sexually assault the very people they are sent to help, a former aid worker has claimed.
A grassroots Catholic crusade for a day of a rosary prayer for the future of Great Britain has gained the support of key prelates, following on similar initiatives in Poland, Ireland and Italy.
The set of the BBC’s flagship soap opera EastEnders is to include an Islamic mosque as part of a £15 million makeover, despite not having a church and featuring only one Muslim family in the cast.
Eritrean failed asylum seeker turned murderer Abraham Ukbagabir claim in an interview that he wants to “forget” his killing of a 55-year-old woman and her 28-year-old son in an Ikea in 2015 and said, “shit happens”.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania will welcome French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife to the United States on April 24 for the first state visit of Trump’s administration, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on Monday.
BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say they have detained a 28-year-old Syrian man on allegations he fought with an extremist organization in Syria.
BRUSSELS — European Union and Arab League countries insist that Jerusalem must be the joint capital of Israel and a future Palestinian state, as the U.S. prepares to move its embassy there in a step angering the Arab world.
LONDON (AP) — Five people have died of injuries from an explosion that caused the collapse of a building in the central England city of Leicester, police said Monday.
Around £6 million of taxpayers’ money is being handed each year to Islamic charities with extremist tendencies, “whose only goal is to damage our society” in some cases, a report has found.
The parents of a homeschooled child have said they would be willing to go to prison rather than submit to Westminster Council’s demand to interview their daughter or send her to a state-run school.
Jeremy Corbyn has said his party will push to keep the UK permanently tied a customs union with the European Union after Brexit, appealing to Tory rebels to help him vote down the government and block or frustrate a clean, full Brexit.
Rapes are soaring in Britain’s multicultural capital under Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan — but police claim they have no idea what could be behind the increase.
Working-class BBC presenter Steph McGovern says the taxpayer-funded media giant needs to focus less on ethnic diversity and bridging the so-called gender pay gap and more on class.
Thousands of suspected paedophiles and violent criminals could be allowed to walk free and not face justice as London police consider ignoring un-served warrants.
Economic forecasters in Britain have suffered another blow to their credibility, being set to reverse a sharp growth downgrade and admit the country is in line for a £15 billion windfall.
BERLIN (AP) — A party congress of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives is likely to sign off on a coalition deal for a new government reached this month with the centre-left Social Democrats.
A video produced by BBC Ideas has argued that the “fervour of populist politics can be truly terrifying,” citing the Brexit vote and the election of President Donald Trump.
A major explosion followed by a huge fire has rocked Leicester City Center in the East Midlands, England. From the Leicester Mercury: A massive explosion has ripped through a shop in Hinckley Road, Leicester, causing a massive fire. Emergency crews
LONDON (AP) – Britain’s main opposition party is poised for a significant policy change that could increase pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to deliver a “soft” Brexit that maintains some formal economic ties to Europe.
British doctors have banned a father from visiting his desperately ill baby in hospital, claiming he was verbally abusive during a dispute over whether the boy’s life support should be withdrawn.
Leave-supporting Labour MPs have warned party leader Jeremy Corbyn it would be “playing with fire” for him to back plans by Tony Blair to sabotage Brexit.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has opposed German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s proposal to link European Union funding to migrant quotas, arguing for stronger borders instead of migrant redistribution.
Parents have hit out at a Bristol primary school’s decision to bring “drag queens” in to condition young children against “hate crime”.
The Church of England’s most senior clergyman has attacked Brexit and told Britons they must welcome mass immigration in an extraordinary political opinion piece.
Police in Spain and the UK have made 12 arrests in an intercontinental prostitution ring where a criminal gang allegedly used “voodoo rituals” to force African women and girls into sex work.
NeverTrumper National Review columnist Mona Charen received boos and jeers amidst a smattering of applause on the main stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) after suggesting the conservative firebrand Marion Marechal-Le Pen should not have been invited to
A self-described “stateless” Palestinian migrant has formed a new political party in the heavily migrant-populated Swedish city of Malmö.
The Irish government has been slammed for paying journalists to write good news stories about Project Ireland 2040.
South Africa’s new president has vowed to pursue the same course as Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe, expropriating land from white farmers without compensation.
Two Pakistani migrants were arrested in the Italian city of Brindisi this week after being accused of raping a boy who was waiting for a train at the city’s railway station.
The government of Cyprus has accused the Turkish military of threatening to sink an oil and natural gas exploration vessel doing exploratory work off the Cypriot coast. The vessel, the Saipem 12000 charted by the Italian firm Eni, was previously blockaded by Turkish warships on
The number of emergency calls to police and ambulances by people speaking foreign languages dramatically rose in 2017 by 34 per cent with Arabic and Somali being the most common.
A 37-year-old Palestinian migrant, who was just convicted of sexually abusing a 10-year-old girl, was given asylum status despite a criminal record stretching back to when he first entered Germany in 2014.