“The United States shares the United Kingdom’s assessment that Russia is responsible for the reckless nerve agent attack on a British citizen and his daughter, and we support the United Kingdom’s decision to expel Russian diplomats as a just response,” a statement from the White House press office read.
French authorities have fined a bread baker €3,000 ($3,700) for keeping his bakery open seven days a week, when the laws stipulate a mandatory day off.
A 65-year-old woman in the city of Jönköping is set to be prosecuted on hate crime charges for claiming that mass Muslim immigration will lower the general IQ of the Swedish population.
Facebook has banned a number of pages associated with the street marching and activism group Britain First, a week after the leaders of the organisation were convicted of religiously aggravated harassment in an English court.
I never thought I’d say it, but I’m not entirely sure how long Breitbart London and I will be welcome in the United Kingdom. This week, right wing journalists Lauren Southern and Brittany Pettibone, as well as identitarian activist Martin
Police forces across Finland are carrying out a search for illegal immigrants in a six-day crackdown on aliens living in the country without permission, local media reports.
Populist UK MEP Janice Atkinson of the Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) parliamentary group slammed the British government in a press conference at the European Parliament over the recent treatment of Canadian journalist and activist Lauren Southern.
An estimated 770,000 people in the UK – almost 1.2 per cent of the population – cannot speak English, the government has admitted as it announces a new push to promote integration and reduce the power of Islamic Sharia law.
Anti-mass migration Freedom Party (FPÖ) Federal Interior Minister Herbert Kickl has vowed to act after a number of violent attacks committed by migrants occurred on the streets of Vienna.
The British government has given 23 Russian diplomats which it claims are “undeclared intelligence officers” one week to leave the country, after the Russian Federation failed to provide a response to questions over their involvement in the attempted murder of two people in Salisbury, England, by the midnight deadline.
In the 37th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva this week, participants were regaled with stories of egregious human rights abuses in Pakistan including systematic persecution of Christians by the Islamic majority.
Australia is ready to consider issuing special visas to mainly white, Afrikaans-speaking South African farmers due to the “horrific circumstances” of land seizures, violence and murder they face.
Angela Merkel has been sworn in for her fourth term as German chancellor. Parliament speaker Wolfgang Schaeuble administered the oath of office to Merkel, who pledged to “dedicate my efforts to the well-being of the German people, promote their welfare
LONDON (AP) – Britain’s prime minister was chairing a meeting of the country’s national security council Wednesday after Moscow ignored a midnight deadline to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used against a former spy
A Chinese bishop of the government-controlled Catholic Patriotic Association has said that loyal citizenship must take priority over Christian faith.
A Swedish manufacturer in Skåne county, home of the heavily migrant populated city of Malmö, has announced a record multi-million Krona order for bulletproof glass which the company describes as used for protecting against terrorist attacks.
A “cruel” father originally from West Africa, arranged to have Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) inflicted on his daughter, nine, as a form of “punishment”, the Old Bailey has heard.
A woman who suffered severe head injury from a past violent rape was ‘married off’ by her father for money in a deal to improve the husband’s UK immigration prospects, a judge has ruled.
Nigel Farage has said the European Union (EU) has “met its match” in U.S. President Donald J. Trump, slamming the bloc’s “hypocrisy” for criticising his new trade tariffs whilst erecting thousands of their own.
BERLIN (AP) — A German federal court has rejected a customer’s demand for her bank to include the feminine form of words such as “account holder” on official forms.
LONDON (AP) — A Russian businessman who was associated with a prominent critic of the Kremlin has died in London, his lawyer said Tuesday. Police are treating the death as unexplained and have put counterterrorism detectives in charge of the case.
LONDON (AP) — Britain has given Moscow until midnight Tuesday to explain how a Russian-made nerve agent came to poison a former spy in Britain. If no explanation is given, Prime Minister Theresa May says Russia will be hit by “extensive” retaliatory measures.
Professional atheist Richard Dawkins continues to push the envelope against a God-deluded world, proposing that cultivating and eating human “meat” might help society overcome its “taboo” against cannibalism.
The UK will continue to pay the agreed so-called Brexit ‘divorce bill’ for almost 50 years until 2064, largely thanks to Brussels bureaucrats’ generous pensions, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has estimated.
The Swedish government is set to spend eight million Krona (£700,000) on initiatives to encourage residents from migrant backgrounds to vote in the national election.
Why is the BBC proving so reluctant to report on the horrific story of the 1000 young girls who, over a period of 40 years, have been groomed, drugged, serially raped and sometimes murdered by predominantly Muslim gangs in Telford, Shropshire?
The teen Iraqi asylum seeker accused of the Parsons Green station bombing told his teacher it was his “duty to hate Britain” and was referred to the government’s anti-terror programme, a court heard.
A Tory MP has slammed the BBC for not “standing up for [the] white working class” after the corporation was accused of ignoring revelations about the Telford grooming gang scandal.
AFP — The Austrian of Egyptian origin who was shot dead over the weekend after attacking a soldier with a knife outside the Iranian ambassador’s residence in Vienna had Islamist sympathies, authorities said Tuesday. Preliminary indications suggest that the 26-year-old
Swedish Justice Minister Morgan Johansson has promised to put more pressure on social media giants Facebook and YouTube owner Google to remove illegal “hate speech” material.
Breitbart London Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam has told an audience in Paris that the establishment does not just want to crush populism as an idea – it wants to see its supporters dead.
The Times of London has published an article by Hugo Rifkind — the son of disgraced former government minister Malcolm Rifkind — in which he reveals his great fear of what he terms “Bannonism”.
Winston Churchill was “one of the great mass murderers of the 20th century”, so claims the Washington Post which has elected to publish a piece by outspoken Indian politician Shashi Tharoor, a long-serving and enthusiastic critic of Britain. The Washington Post
Emigration from countries of Sub-Saharan Africa has risen dramatically in recent years and the region currently accounts for eight of the 10 fastest growing international migrant populations, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center.
The Front National has rebranded itself as National Rally (“Rassemblement National”), while former Republican Transport Minister Thierry Mariani has proposed an alliance between the two largest right-wing parties in France.
Sentencing a teenager for a spree of acid attacks in London that left victims with “life-changing injuries”, a judge has warned the violent use of corrosive liquids is a “serious and growing problem” in the UK capital.
A police chaplain and a charity worker were forced out of their jobs and silenced after trying to raise the alarm about the grooming and rape gangs operating in the town of Telford.
The “racist” leaflets which UK anti-terrorism police cited as reason to detain and deport conservative journalist Lauren Southern have been revealed to be leaflets promoting “LGBT for Islam.”
Counter-terror police are leading an investigation into a number of anti-Muslim letters sent to people around the UK, after the international media widely reported the “malicious communications”.
The unelected European Commission has made dire predictions for the UK economy ahead of Brexit trade talks, contradicting the recent claims of the Chancellor.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said the nerve agent used in an attack on a former Russian spy in a British city has been positively identified as a type manufactured by the Russian Federation, and that the Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom was summoned Monday.
Following on last week’s World Ocean Summit in Mexico, the Wall Street Journal published a piece Monday ridiculing apocalyptic scenarios of an overheated future with disastrous impact on the human population as the product of “laughably bad economics.”
Members of the public local to the suspected nerve agent attack against a former Russian spy and his daughter have spoken out against the British government’s response to the incident, with one describing the failure to communicate with the public about the risks “diabolical”.
Britain is saying, “Yes” to Jihadists, but saying, “No” to free speech.
Country music star Tim McGraw collapsed on stage during a performance in Ireland.