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UK Independence Party peer Lord Pearson of Rannoch has invited Baroness Sayeeda Warsi (Conservative) to debate with former EDL leader Tommy Robinson following his appearance in the Houses of Parliament last week.
From the Financial Times: Facebook is hardly the first company to harvest customer data and resell it. Neither does this practice always have a nefarious odour. Many of us still have a little card hanging from our key chains. It
Theresa May’s government has quietly admitted that it will extend full Free Movement rights to Croatia, the EU’s newest member-state, from June 2018 – and that Croatian migrants who move to Britain between then and the end of the Brexit ‘transition period’ will be able to settle in the country permanently.
Britain’s new blue passports are to be produced by a French firm after Brexit, the government announced, after the company landed the £490 million deal.
Youth in the United Kingdom are among the least religious in post-Christian Europe, with some 70 percent self-identifying as having “no religion,” according to a new report.
A report from the Swedish Children’s Book Institute claims that the hot trends in children’s literature last year were books on sexual harassment and abuse and promoting veganism.
Australia’s Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has dismissed claims of racism over his plan to resettle South African white minority farmers in Australia, saying he ignores the confected outrage “from some of the crazy lefties at the Guardian and Huffington Post.”
Reduced migrant inflow after Brexit could boost Britain’s economy by forcing businesses to improve productivity, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).
German Chancellor Angela Merkel laid out a six-point plan this week to prevent a future migrant crisis, including a common asylum system across all European Union (EU) member states.
An Israeli tourist visiting his brother in Paris has claimed that a taxi driver in the French capital threatened to slit his throat after realising that he was a Jew from Israel during the journey. Israeli Ronen Edri told his story
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — It’s a nightmare scenario for any Dutch tulip or tomato grower: A truck laden with fresh produce trapped in a traffic jam at Rotterdam or Hook of Holland waiting for customs clearance. But it’s a
Brexit leader Nigel Farage was forced to hit back at a senior political editor who suggested the fishing industry was economically insignificant and should be sacrificed to the European Union at the expense of thousands of jobs.
A review of 32 cases from the period has revealed almost every man convicted of gang rape in Sweden during 2016 and 2017 has a migrant background, a full year after Breitbart London reported on the statistic.
The far-left activist group HOPE not Hate (HnH) received a widespread backlash on social media, including from prominent anti-extremism campaigner Maajid Nawaz, after they released a list of books they campaigned to get banned from UK retailers.
Wages for UK workers grew at their fastest rate in more than two years in January, and unemployment has fallen back down to historic lows, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has revealed.
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Msgr. Dario Viganò as head of the Vatican’s communications department following a week of controversy and outrage surrounding a doctored photograph of a letter from emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, which was distributed to journalists.
A senior politician in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Union has said that Islam “makes little contribution” to the foundation of Europe and that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán “holds the key” to solving the EU’s migrant problems.
In the lead-up to the commemoration of Holy Week and Easter, Pope Francis has urged Christians to see the crucifix not as an piece of jewelry but rather as a profound symbol of faith in Jesus.
Shoplifting and reports of theft in shops have almost doubled in just twelve months, new figures show, with police blamed for ignoring physical crimes as they focus on “hate crime” and online comments.
The French government is considering allowing convicted criminals to monitor social media for hate speech and cyberbullying as part of their community service.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has blasted “mad” European Union (EU) fishing rules at a protest on the Thames outside Parliament against the government’s “capitulation” on fisheries after Brexit.
Former Swedish theatre director Benny Fredriksson is said to have taken his own life earlier this week after resigning from his position as head of the Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm’s arts and culture centre, due to sexual misconduct actions that have turned out to be false.
Four men “of African descent” have been arrested on suspicion of subjecting two Dutch tourists to a “horrifying” three-hour gang rape ordeal, local media reports.
Scottish comedian Mark Meechan — better known as ‘Count Dankula’ — has spoken out after his conviction for causing “gross offence” by posting a video of his girlfriend’s pug performing tricks.
TEL AVIV – A group of Israeli women were barred from participating in a femininity and gender identity festival in Norway over what the organizers described as Israel’s “propaganda” using culture to “whitewash or justify its occupation of the Palestinian people.”
24,000 e-mail threats sent to 400 schools in the U.K. seem to have been the result of friction between players on a Minecraft multiplayer game server.
The popularity of Canadian Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on a steady decline as his approval ratings have fallen below U.S. President Trump in polls as right-wing parties surge across the country.
British police have lost track of 485 sex offenders across the country, including rapists and child molesters – an increase of 20 per cent in just three years.
Statistics collected by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) show that nearly one-third of children in British schools are immigrants, higher even than the EU average.
People can be “charged” with an “offence” if their actions are within the law but their “reasons for doing it” are perceived as illegal hate by others, London police have said, before withdrawing the claim.
The World Bank has transformed itself from an international financial institution into a prophet of climate fallout, predicting in a new report that more than 143 million people will be forced to migrate by 2050 thanks to climate change.
LONDON (AP) — A jet belonging to the British military’s Red Arrows aerobatic team crashed Tuesday at an air base in Wales, the air force and emergency services said. There was no immediate word on casualties.
BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday reassured Ireland that it can rely on Germany in Brexit talks as the European Union and Britain struggle to find a way to maintain an open Irish border after the U.K. leaves.
Leading Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has denied he will “fling” dead fish into the water from a fishing boat on the Thames in protest of the government “selling out” Britain’s fisheries in the latest Brexit agreement.
Swedish hip-hop artist Ken Ring has said he expects Sweden to descend into a civil war in the next 20 years and that he is planning on moving to Africa, which he believes will be safer.
The Belgium government has seized control of a Saudi Arabian-owned mosque, just 500 metres from the European Commission’s headquarters, amid claims it promotes radical Islam.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned by police in connection with allegations that he received 50 million euros from Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi to finance his 2007 presidential campaign.
The Italian government has detained a ship belonging to Proactiva Open Arms claiming that the migrant rescue NGO broke international agreements and laws by refusing to hand over migrants to Libyan authorities.
Police are appealing to the British public, asking them to act as “counter-terrorism citizens” and help thwart plots and stop the wave of Islamic extremist attacks hitting the nation.
Scottish YouTube personality Count Dankula — real name Mark Meechan — was found guilty at Glasgow Sherrif Court Tuesday of a hate crime, and potentially faces two months in prison after recording a video of his girlfriend’s dog doing Nazi salutes.
There is nothing wrong with tattoos, Pope Francis told a group of young people Monday, urging them to be open to cultural expressions of “belonging.”
Far-left activists and illegal migrants invaded the Basilica of Saint-Denis on Sunday to protest the French government’s new asylum law before they were forcibly removed by police resulting in evening mass being cancelled.
21-year-old Mohammed Abdul, of McMillan Street, London, has appeared in court on charges of attempted murder after a car was driven into a crowd outside a nightclub in Gravesend, Kent.
The New York Times has proposed a special tax on the beef industry to compensate for the alleged damage Big Beef has caused to the environment by provoking climate change.
The BBC’s news editor has defended their initial lack of coverage of the Telford of grooming revelations, insisting the corporation is doing the “right thing” in relation to grooming gangs generally.