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British columnist Fraser Nelson has penned an article for the American press, describing how the Brexit vote has failed to produce the economic calamity predicted by globalist politicians and journalists.

byJack Montgomery25 Mar 2018, 7:41 AM PDT0

A new study from the University of Graz has claimed that less than a quarter of Islamic teachers in the south of the country have the same level of teaching qualifications as their Austrian counterparts. The university study interviewed 64 of

byChris Tomlinson25 Mar 2018, 6:32 AM PDT0

Terror

Around 5,000 people have protested against recent terror attacks and extremism, and in support of the victims of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings thought to have been organised by the IRA.

byLiam Deacon25 Mar 2018, 5:09 AM PDT0

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been challenged to “explain why you defend the world’s oldest hatred”, in a debate on anti-Semitism in parliament.

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been challenged to a debate on anti-Semitism in parliament to “explain why you defend the world’s oldest hatred.”

bySimon Kent25 Mar 2018, 3:56 AM PDT0

Homeless

There has been a rapid doubling in the number of rough sleepers in London since leftist activists won a court battle to block authorities from deporting Romanian and Polish foreigners living on the streets.

byLiam Deacon25 Mar 2018, 2:29 AM PDT0

This August 3, 2015 photo shows bourbon pork chop flambe in Concord, NH. The bourbon gravy that is left after the flames burn out flavors every bite of the pork chop. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)

An Orthodox Israeli rabbi has claimed that genetically cloned pig could be consumed by Jews, including when eaten with dairy products.

bySimon Kent25 Mar 2018, 2:23 AM PDT0

France

TREBES, France (AP) – A shaken town in southern France is holding a special church service to honor the heroic police officer and three others killed in a rampage by an Islamic extremist.

byBreitbart London25 Mar 2018, 1:49 AM PDT0

A group of masked men attacked far-left protestors occupying the Faculty of Law at the University of Montpellier on later Thursday night forcing several of the protestors to be taken to hospital with the occupiers blaming the university administration for the attack.

byChris Tomlinson25 Mar 2018, 1:32 AM PDT0

Brexit

The victorious parties from Italy’s March 4 national elections began cutting up the political pie Saturday, voting in anti-establishment leaders for the two houses that make up the Italian parliament.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.25 Mar 2018, 12:35 AM PDT0

Christian

LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) – A Pakistani court has acquitted twenty people suspected of involvement in the lynching and burning alive of a Christian couple accused of blasphemy in 2014.

byBreitbart London24 Mar 2018, 11:48 AM PDT0

Islamic

MOSCOW (AP) – Russia says a militant affiliated with the Islamic State group has been killed in a battle with police in the country’s southern republic of Dagestan.

byBreitbart London24 Mar 2018, 11:36 AM PDT0

As if we don’t have enough roadblocks to wealth, success, and aspiration, Guardian columnist Zoe Williams — who has never created a real job (or done one) and never invented anything — now wants the rich to be further demonised.

byRaheem Kassam24 Mar 2018, 9:21 AM PDT0

EU

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable faced humiliation in Brussels after showing up for the EU summit claiming eight European leaders were backing his call for another vote on Brexit — when in fact none of them did.

byJack Montgomery24 Mar 2018, 7:58 AM PDT0

sham marriages

Hamman Forjani received a short 21-month sentence for brutally attacking a pregnant woman, kicking her so hard he left shoe imprints on her face.

byVictoria Friedman24 Mar 2018, 5:17 AM PDT0

BBC

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been caught describing Iraqi refugee and convicted terrorist Ahmed Hassan as a “Surrey teenager” for a second time.

byJack Montgomery24 Mar 2018, 4:26 AM PDT0

France

TREBES, France (AP) – A French police officer who offered himself up to an Islamic extremist gunman in exchange for a hostage died of his injuries, raising the death toll in the attack to four, and the officer was honoured Saturday as a national hero of “exceptional courage and selflessness.”

byBreitbart London24 Mar 2018, 2:29 AM PDT0

May

The Government is to raid dormant bank accounts, taking £90 million of wealth from the public, and hand the money exclusively to causes helping non-white young people.

byLiam Deacon24 Mar 2018, 1:51 AM PDT0

abuse

Ten Algerian migrant men were arrested in eastern Spain this week after they were alleged to have sexually abused three underage girls by luring them to an apartment offering drugs and money.

byChris Tomlinson24 Mar 2018, 1:14 AM PDT0

Sadiq Khan

The head of a leading knife crime charity has predicted that violence in Sadiq Khan’s London will get worse before it gets better, as a violent crime wave in the capital claimed its eighth life in the span of seven days.

byJack Montgomery24 Mar 2018, 12:26 AM PDT0

PARIS (AFP) – Jihadists claiming allegiance to Al-Qaeda or the Islamic State group have struck in several European countries, with France — where there was a new attack Friday — the hardest hit.

byBreitbart London23 Mar 2018, 10:51 AM PDT0

French firefighters in the Alpes-Maritimes department have launched a new video campaign in an effort to stop people attacking them while they are trying to do their job.

byChris Tomlinson23 Mar 2018, 10:34 AM PDT0

BBC

LONDON (AFP) – An 18-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker on Friday received a life sentence with a minimum 34-year jail term over the botched bombing of a rush-hour London Underground train that injured 30 people.

byBreitbart London23 Mar 2018, 10:32 AM PDT0

army

Former British military officers have warned a new draft Brexit deal means control of UK armed forces could be given over to the European Union (EU) after Brexit.

byLiam Deacon23 Mar 2018, 9:35 AM PDT0

An African migrant flashes the victory gesture after disembarking following his rescue from off the coast of Zawiyah, about 45 kilometres west of the Libyan capital Tripoli, at the dock at the capital's naval base on March 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD TURKIA (Photo credit should read MAHMUD TURKIA/AFP/Getty Images)

Up to two-thirds of sub-Saharan Africa’s 1.1 billion population want to migrate to Europe or to the United States, with millions planning to make the move in the next five years.

byVictoria Friedman23 Mar 2018, 9:30 AM PDT0

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has described “three converging forces” shaping world politics: populist nationalism, the emergence of blockchain and cryptocurrency, and the movement for “digital sovereignty” in the face of overmighty tech firms.

byJack Montgomery23 Mar 2018, 9:14 AM PDT0

The number of sex attacks in Austria has increased for the second straight year following the 2015 migrant crisis with 2017 seeing close to 5,000 sexual assault and rape cases.

byChris Tomlinson23 Mar 2018, 9:05 AM PDT0

immigration

Almost 60 per cent of Brits think the government should respect the referendum result and “get on” with delivering Brexit.

byLiam Deacon23 Mar 2018, 8:41 AM PDT0

MADRID (AP) — A Spanish Supreme Court judge on Friday charged 13 Catalan separatist politicians, including fugitive former regional president Carles Puigdemont, with rebellion for their attempt to declare independence from Spain.

byBreitbart London23 Mar 2018, 8:13 AM PDT0

AP Photo/Hussein Malla

A spokesman for the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem has denounced the “genocide” facing Christians in the Holy Land, declaring: “Every five minutes, a Christian dies in the Middle East, and Muslim leaders know it.”

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.23 Mar 2018, 5:33 AM PDT0

The Vatican has taken new measures to punish critics of Pope Francis in a move that seems to belie the pope’s earlier calls for greater dialogue and debate within the Church.

byThomas D. Williams, Ph.D.23 Mar 2018, 5:04 AM PDT0

A French police officer has been shot by an assailant at a supermarket in the ancient city of Carcassonne, France, with reports of hostages being held and the Islamic State allegiance of the attacker reported in local media.

byOliver JJ Lane23 Mar 2018, 4:18 AM PDT0

calls

As forces in Britain declare tackling so-called hate crime a “priority”, the police watchdog has released a report revealing officers are taking days to respond to emergency calls.

byVirginia Hale23 Mar 2018, 3:56 AM PDT0

Ex-female genital mutilation (FGM) cutter Monika Cheptilak, who stopped practicing after the country set anti-FGM law in 2010, shows a homemade tool from a nail used for FGM, during the meeting of anti-FGM women group in Alakas village, bordering with Kenya, northeast Uganda on January 31, 2018. The UN estimates that over 200 million girls and women have experienced FGM which is a life-threatening procedure that involves the partial or total removal of a woman's external genitalia. February 6, 2018, marks the 6th International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM. / AFP PHOTO / Yasuyoshi CHIBA (Photo credit should read YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images)

The latest attempt to secure the UK’s first prosecution for female genital mutilation (FGM) has failed, with a West African father cleared of using the practice to “punish” his young daughter.

byLiam Deacon23 Mar 2018, 3:48 AM PDT0

An Austrian embassy attaché was recalled from his role in Tel Aviv after photos emerged of him wearing a clothing brand co-owned by Identitarian activist and leader Martin Sellner who was recently detained and refused entry into the UK.

byChris Tomlinson23 Mar 2018, 3:11 AM PDT0

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack against a former spy in Britain earlier this month, reinforcing a united stand with Prime Minister Theresa May against Russia.

byBreitbart London23 Mar 2018, 2:28 AM PDT0

police

Tackling online hate crime in Scotland will be a “priority”, the nation’s police have announced, revealing that almost 1,000 files on children aged between 11 and 15 were created last year.

byVirginia Hale23 Mar 2018, 2:28 AM PDT0

Jews from the Warsaw ghetto surrender to German soldiers after the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April-May 1943. On the right is SS Josef Blösche (1912 - 1969). (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

WARSAW, Poland — Polish victims of World War II should be able to claim 440 billion euros ($543 billion) from Germany in World War II damages, the head of a parliamentary commission said Thursday.

byBreitbart Jerusalem23 Mar 2018, 2:24 AM PDT0

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The right-wing populist party of anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders has gained footholds for the first time in dozens of municipalities across the Netherlands, but has struggled in some key cities, according to results broadcast Thursday.

byBreitbart London23 Mar 2018, 2:21 AM PDT0

Police

Police Scotland has come under fire on social media after posting a message threatening to hunt down anonymous Twitter users in the wake of the ‘Nazi Pug’ controversy.

byJack Montgomery23 Mar 2018, 2:15 AM PDT0

Berlusconi

Four-time prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has suggested Italy’s centre-right coalition team up with the populist Five-Star Movement (M5S) to form a government which would send shockwaves through the European Union.

byJack Montgomery22 Mar 2018, 11:06 AM PDT0

The Mayor of London has angrily dismissed the idea of marking Britain’s historic exit from the European Union (EU) in his city, suggesting he would rather celebrate the abolition of UKIP.

byLiam Deacon22 Mar 2018, 11:03 AM PDT0

MADRID (AP) — The European Union’s law enforcement agency says police have smashed a Nigerian organized crime ring in one of the largest European operations against human trafficking.

byBreitbart London22 Mar 2018, 11:02 AM PDT0

BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say they’ve charged a German-Algerian dual national with supporting a terrorist organization over allegations that he aided Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.

byBreitbart London22 Mar 2018, 10:56 AM PDT0

FILE - In this Dec. 10 2007 file photo, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, greets Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi upon his arrival at the Elysee Palace, in Paris. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was placed in custody on Tuesday March 20, 2018as part of an investigation that he received millions of euros in illegal financing from the regime of the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

PARIS (AP) — Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was handed preliminary charges Wednesday over allegations he accepted millions of euros in illegal campaign funding from the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

byBreitbart London22 Mar 2018, 10:53 AM PDT0

FREIBURG (GERMANY) (AFP) – An asylum seeker claiming to be from Afghanistan was Thursday sentenced to life in jail in Germany for the rape and murder of a student that stoked a public backlash against a mass influx of migrants. Hussein Khavari,

byBreitbart London22 Mar 2018, 10:03 AM PDT0

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