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In Zürich for his first public appearance since leaving Breitbart News, Steve Bannon addressed a sold-out arena of more than 1,500 people on Tuesday evening as hundreds of demonstrators protested not far away. A brigade of 200 police officers decked
Stephen K. Bannon took Zürich by storm Tuesday, addressing a sell-out crowd on the future of international populist nationalism, calling the movement “unstoppable” and “only at its beginning stages.” Citing recent examples from Italy, Poland, Hungary, Austria and France, Mr.
Ride-sharing company Uber reportedly purchased half the tickets to the opening night of a new satirical play being performed in London which was inspired by the company’s many scandals.
The unborn do not have constitutional rights except the right to life, and other rights such as the right to the care and company of a parent only take effect at birth, the Dublin supreme court has found, reports Irish broadcaster Raidió
The European Council has rejected the Prime Minister’s latest Brexit proposals – for remaining in some agencies and in line with some rules – as well as demanding continued access to the UK’s territorial fishing waters.
A report from the Swedish National Institute of Economic Research claims that municipalities across the country may be forced to raise taxes to pay for the recent population growth fueled by mass migration.
An Iraqi asylum seeker, who illegally entered the UK in the back of a lorry when he was 16, packed a bomb with knives, nails, and bolts to cause “maximum harm and carnage”, a court has heard.
The co-leaders of street-marching group Britain First have been found guilty of racially aggravated harassment at a British court in a case originating over the trial of four Afghan males who gang-raped a lost 16-year-old girl above a takeaway shop in Ramsgate, Kent, in 2016.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Polish prosecutors say they have indicted a Moroccan man for alleged participation in the Islamic State group, the first such case in Poland. The national prosecutor’s office said Wednesday the man, identified only as Mourad T.,
In what has been described as a dispute between rival Sri Lankan migrants, two men attacked another with a machete, scalping him and cutting off his arm in a Paris restaurant.
Nigel Farage has urged Hungary and Poland to keep criticising and “rebelling” against the European Union (EU), as the bloc’s unelected leaders use authoritarian sanctions to suppress elected governments and their policies.
LONDON (AP) – Saudia Arabia’s crown prince is beginning a visit to Britain, where he will be greeted by Queen Elizabeth II – and met by protesters against the war in Yemen. Theresa May’s office says the prime minister will
AP — British counter-terror police have cordoned off a new scene in the case of the former Russian spy and his daughter who collapsed near a shopping mall in southern England. London’s Metropolitan Police secured Solstice Park, a business park
The populist La Lega party have become the first in Italy to put forward and elect a black Italian to the country’s Senate in the form of the well-known tough on mass migration Nigerian-Italian politician Tony Chike Iwobi.
The boss of Irish airline Ryanair has threatened to ground flights to make British voters “rethink” Brexit and prove that “everything will fundamentally change” when the UK leave the bloc.
A resident of a tiny Irish town having its population increased by a third by a new migrant centre has said Ireland has become a “slave state” of the European Union (EU) and its immigration policies, leaving locals helpless.
The leader of the populist Sweden Democrats has issued a scathing rebuke to the country’s Prime Minister following a press conference with President Trump in the White House today. Answering a question about the rise of migrant crime and no
Sweden’s Prime Minister has admitted a link between gang violence and mass migration in a press conference alongside U.S. President Donald J. Trump in the White House today, but says that his government is solving the situation. Speaking on the
Efforts to tackle Britain’s housing crisis “will fail” as long as the government neglects to mention its “root cause”, mass migration, the Conservatives have been warned following Theresa May’s speech on housing.
The BBC’s “well-funded” attempt to update and remake of one of their own best-regarded ever productions has backfired, with the first episodes of Civilisations being panned by critics — including the BBC’s own arts editor who dismissed it as a “tepid dish of the blindingly obvious”.
Two young women were arrested in the French department of Morbihan in Brittany after a wave of vandalism on a number of churches in the area and for trying to set one of them on fire.
BRUSSELS (AP) — The Northern Ireland party that props up the government of British Prime Minister Theresa May insists that European Union proposals to avoid a hard border in Ireland after Brexit are “not acceptable.”
According to recent reports, the number of people in Italy calling on exorcists for assistance to fight demonic activity has tripled, reaching nearly a half million per year. In a recent interview, Sicilian exorcist Father Benigno Palilla told Vatican Radio
The woman found unconscious in Salisbury beside the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal is his daughter, it has emerged.
A transgender model has quit as an equality adviser to the Labour shadow cabinet after being criticised for calling the “white race” dangerous, attacking “hairy lesbians”, and calling for “gay bashing”.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into the takeover of one of the UK’s only remaining right-wing newspapers by the far-left Trinity Mirror Group.
Saudi Arabia’s young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is touring key capitals this week as part of a charm offensive as his own father the Sultan ages and prepares for a transition of power, reports The Guardian. They report: Saudi Arabia’s heir
Tomas Åberg, project manager for Näthatsgranskaren, or “Network Examiner” an internet-based group who report Swedes to authorities if they see them post “hate speech” online, has been nominated for the “Swedish Hero” award by one of the country’s major newspapers.
Following a court ruling mandating the removal of the Christian symbol of the cross, the northern French town of Ploërmel has sold a sculpture of Saint John Paul II to the Catholic Church so it can be displayed on church property.
An information campaign working to persuade Londoners not to arm themselves with knives contained faked supportive tweets from celebrities, leading to the material being withdrawn and deleted.
Violent, marked ‘anti-fascists’ have stormed a free speech event at a leading London university, sparking fistfights and scuffles in their attempt to silence visiting speakers.
A 40-year-old illegal migrant living in France has been arrested in Montpellier after being suspected of murdering a 45-year-old homeless Romanian and was found wearing the murder victim’s shoes.
With final results in from Sunday’s national elections in Italy, the depth of the defeat for the left can be fully appreciated with the resignation of the leader of the Democratic Party (PD) and the severely diminished presence of the center-left coalition in Parliament.
A pair of Halal slaughtermen who inflicted “extreme” suffering on sheep have escaped jail, with a further two suspected of similar crimes escaping justice by fleeing the country.
British fishermen are worried Theresa May will sell out their industry to the EU, as Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier courts their European rivals in Denmark.
The Lacoste clothing company has announced it will temporarily replace its iconic crocodile logo on its shirts with symbols of 10 endangered animal species, including the California condor, the Sumatran tiger and the Javan rhino. For the first time in
One in seven aid charities taking taxpayers’ money to spend abroad have now reported conduct breaches, with dozens of new claims of abuse, including paedophilia, the International Aid Secretary has said.
BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday welcomed the Social Democrats’ vote in favor of a new ruling coalition and said “it’s important that as government we start quickly with our work.”
PARIS (AP) — French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb says the government is introducing a 90-euro fine ($110) for street harassment and sexist comments.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — An “intentional” attack could be the reason an apartment building collapsed in western Poland, leaving five people dead and 21 injured, a prosecutors’ spokeswoman said Monday.
BRUSSELS (AFP) – Eight people were arrested in Brussels after counter-terror raids as part of an investigation into an alleged attack plot, a source close to the probe said.
Nearly 500 foreign criminals including violent offenders had gone off the radar after the Home Office took too long to deport them following their release from prison.
After the center-right coalition’s victory in Sunday’s elections, Matteo Salvini was quick to rule out an alliance with the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, insisting Monday that his party is ready to run Italy.
Britain’s post-referendum economy is continuing to perform strongly, with manufacturing set to outperform the rest of the economy.
Brussels bureaucrats are set to reject the Prime Minister’s proposals for the Irish border and a unique but ‘softer’ form of Brexit, offering only a trade deal such as that agreed with Canada.