While international socialism has misappropriated May Day, a conservative Spring celebration alternative remains half-forgotten.
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A French ship escorting illegal migrants was potentially breaking international maritime law by travelling without its transponders turned on.
The latest proxy-battle over Brexit has seen a junior minister resign from Boris Johnson's government, as remainers move against the Prime Minister's enforcer-in-chief Dominic Cummings.
The coronavirus-era phenomenon of weekly public applause for medical workers has taken a less positive turn, as opponents of Britain's Conservative government have called on followers to indulge in a public shaming ceremony.
Nigel Farage spoke about the viral success of his drive to expose the emerging scandal of illegal migrant boats crossing the English Channel.
The French coast guard ship filmed by Brexit leader Nigel Farage escorting illegal migrants into British waters is a regular visitor, its own safety transponder data reveals, and can be proven to have made such missions at least twice in the past week.
The president of Albania has decried the "mafia" government of his own country after the state apparently launched a midnight demolition raid against the National Theatre building, police having first rounded up demonstrators.
A bid to build a 1,000 capacity "mega-mosque" in one of London's most iconic buildings has been met with a rash of last-minute objections from locals, with concerns citing its close proximity to the city's world-famous historic gay quarter.
The UK pushed rail services to 70% capacity Monday, but enforced social distancing means just 10% of passengers will be able to travel.
The UK has extended the furlough scheme, which sees employers paid by the govt to not fire their staff during the coronavirus lockdown.
In the UK the public will no longer be harassed for being outdoors, but still may not meet with people from outside their own households.
The UK PM drew from the fortitude and "spirit of national endeavour" of the wartime generation as he made a comparison with the lockdown.
Remote voting, a pet project of left-wing parliamentary reformers has been nodded through in response to coronavirus concerns.
The UK scientist whose predictions triggered the lockdown has resigned his govt position after he broke his own rules meet his married lover.
Almost a quarter of all British employees have been 'furloughed' in two weeks, meaning over half of the British adult population is now being paid by the government, possibly the highest proportion ever.
British people have taken to their new roles as government informants with surprising enthusiasm, inundating police forces with reports of neighbours allegedly breaking the terms of the state-imposed coronavirus lockdown.
Boris Johnson has warned the British people that while the number of coronavirus infections is falling, the end of lockdown remains distant.
Carrie Symonds, the fiancée of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, has given birth to a baby boy, their spokesman said on Tuesday.
On this day ten years ago a hot-mic moment changed the course of UK history when a voter was called 'bigoted' by a left-wing Prime Minister.
The UK is close to 'winning' phase one of the battle against coronavirus, Boris Johnson said following his recovery from the China virus.
Mr Johnson will return to Downing Street as early as Monday, and Donald Trump reveals he's amazed at the energy of his British counterpart.
"Higher-harm" crimes committed with knives have risen 49 per cent in less than a decade and is now at a historic high, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed.
The United Kingdom has reached the peak of coronavirus cases, the health secretary Matt Hancock said Wednesday.
The Commons has resumed business with a digital hybrid chamber powered by Zoom, the video conferencing service marred by security concerns.
Queen Elizabeth II is marking her 94th birthday but without the usual pomp and ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Farage on Coronavirus Policing: Liberties Have been Surrendered, But Getting Freedoms Back May Take Years
Citizens were quick to surrender liberties to government in the coronavirus panic but it may take years to get them back, Mr Farage warned.
China's dishonesty could lead to a reassessment of how vital the regime should be to the prosperity of Western democracies, Mr Farage said.
The UK has not enacted incoming travel restrictions, leaving over 100,000 arrivals a week free to enter the country, totally unscreened.
Dominic Raab has announced the nationwide coronavirus shutdown has been formally extended by another three weeks.
It would be too easy for police forces to make the argument to keep the emergency coronavirus powers indefinitely, Nigel Farage has warned.
Turkey is shepherding thousands of migrants to its border with Europe, Greece claims, citing satellite photographs.
The UK PM is heading to his country retreat to convalesce one week after he was admitted to hospital, suffering from coronavirus.
A joint press conference given by the home secretary and a senior police chief has buttressed the government’s lockdown demands and contained threats of officers “unafraid” to impose both fines and even arrests.
The rail worker's union has suspended their ownSenior Assistant General Secretary over remarks on the health of the PM.
Boris Johnson left intensive care Thursday afternoon and is "making positive steps forwards" with his treatment for coronavirus.
UK Lockdown: Britain Warned Country Won't be Reopening After Easter, as Police Call For Stricter Powers
The UK govt has warned residents to resist the temptations of the weekend, with warm weather expected over the Easter break.
UK PM Boris Johnson is "making positive steps forwards" with his treatment, as he spends his fourth day in intensive care with coronavirus.
UK PM Boris Johnson is now sitting up in bed, his condition said to be improving, according to the latest statement on his health.
The recruitment drive came after industry warned a lack of immigrants because of coronavirus would leave vegetables rotting in the fields.
UK PM Boris Johnson is in a stable condition in intensive care and responding to treatment, his spokesman has said.
UK PM Boris Johnson was in a stable condition overnight and is in "good spirits" after being admitted to intensive care.
UK PM Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests over his infection with coronavirus, ten days after he was first diagnosed.
The UK is due a "mini-heatwave" this weekend, but the government has reminded people to stay at home, under orders to slow coronavirus.
Prince Charles, the first in line for the British throne after Queen Elizabeth II, has tested positive for the China coronavirus.
UK Coronavirus Lockdown: 'If You Don't Follow the Rules, the Police Will Have the Powers to Enforce Them'
The British government has ordered people to stay in their homes, as well as banning public gatherings of more than two people.
The French govt has pleaded with staff in the food supply chain to keep turning up for work, and urged companies to pay staff a€1,000 bonus.
Priest, Bride and Groom, Witnesses: Church of England Cuts Weddings Down to Five People For Coronavirus Duration
The Church of England is cutting down weddings to the bare legal minimum, following the UK government's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Bank slashed the already historically low interest rate to 0.1 per cent in a bid to stimulate the economy in the wake of coronavirus.
A debate on coronavirus was adjourned mid-session after the Dutch minister for medical care collapsed while standing at the dispatch box.
'This is An Enormous Challenge For The Country': Unnecessary Politicians Told to Stay Away From Parliament
The British parliament was sparsely attended Wednesday, as members were told to stay away unless their presence was essential.
European companies are in talks with govts about pivoting from their usual product ranges to supplying medical equipment and consumables.
The vote to elect the next mayor of London, as well as a host of other city mayoral votes and local council elections that were due to be held in May, has been suspended for 12 months over coronavirus concern.
Italy has reacted with severity to the coronavirus which has so far killed over 1,000 in the nation, with lockdowns leaving streets empty.
The UK govt will attempt to mitigate the economic, social, and business impacts of the coronavirus outbreak with tax cuts and new spending.
Nadine Dorries has been diagnosed with Coronavirus, sparking concern about the hundreds of people she met in Westminster including the PM.
British airline Flybe went into administration in the early hours of Thursday morning, after the fall of airline bookings caused by the coronavirus scare impacted its revenue.
Emmanuel Macron ordered the seizure of all stocks of medical face masks in the face of a growing threat from Coronavirus.
The UK bucked the global trend by being the first nation to reverse the march of liberalism but faces a "profound danger" from woke politics.
A passenger from a cruise ship which was quarantined in Japan has died, the first Briton known to have succumbed to Coronavirus worldwide.
The UK has published its negotiation document, placing itself on a clearly divergent path from Brussels on a post-Brexit deal.
At least 30 people were injured when a car crashed into a lenten parade in a German town on Monday, with the driver arrested at the scene.
The British passport is changing colour from European maroon to British navy, with the new revised design revealed by the PM on social media.
The government's attitude to traditional wives is "almost communist", it is claimed after Patel said 'inactive' people should be put to work.
Johnson "loves China", is supports its imperialist Belt and Road project, details of a call between him and Chaiman Xi claims.
What a future trade deal should look like will leave the UK and EU ripping each other apart at the negotiating table, according to claims.
Top Macron Ally Withdraws From Paris Mayor Race After 'Anti-Hypocrisy Campaigner' Leaks Intimate Video
Macron's Paris mayoral candidate has withdrawn from the race after "compromising videos", reportedly of a sexual nature, emerged online.
The cabinet will be joined by several new Remain-supporting politicians this week, a newspaper close to the ruling Conservative Party claims.
The UK has declared Coronavirus a "serious and imminent threat", giving the govt emergency powers to detain suspected infected.
Brexit Leader Nigel Farage Meets With President Trump at White House: 'Great Things Ahead For Our Two Countries'
Farage met President Trump Thursday at the White House, prompting him to observe "there should be great things ahead for our two countries."
68 years ago, a princess climbed a tree and came down a Queen -- so beginning a remarkable reign for the world's longest-reigning monarch.
The nation-state is winning, Nigel Farage has said in a speech in the U.S. at which he was presented with an honorary doctorate of laws.
A U.S. citizen is among the infected on a cruise liner which has been placed into quarantine after an outbreak of Coronavirus onboard.
Boris Johnson equated claims that Britain's NHS is for sale with conspiracy theories like Elvis being alive on Mars in a Brexit trade speech.
U.S. Ambassador to London Woody Johnson has hailed Britain's departure from the European Union, reaffirming President Trump's enthusiasm for a free, world-facing United Kingdom and a future trade deal.
Nigel Farage told Breitbart London that Brexit Day wouldn't be another 2016, when a new Conservative government appeared sincere on delivering Brexit and lulled voters into a false sense of security.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has hailed Brexit Day as a time to celebrate, but noted much work remains to be done and vowed he would be sticking around to hold the Prime Minister to his word.
Johnson announced he would be addressing the public directly on Brexit day through the medium of social, rather than the mainstream media.
The UK is anticipating China enforcing further travel bans and is advising Britons to get out the country before it is too late.
European Parliament Votes For Brexit Deal, The Final Rubber Stamp Before Britain Leaving Bloc Friday
Europarl has rubber-stamped the withdrawal agreement agreed between Brussels and London, a largely symbolic move before Brexit on Friday.
Britons were wrong to fear the EU was depriving their nation of sovereignty by centralising power in Brussels,Guy Verhofstadt said Wednesday.
Farage made his final speech to the EP where he expressed Brexit as a victory in a "historic battle across the west" against Globalism.
British Airways has cancelled flights to China, and travellers returning from China will be quarantined to prevent the spread of the virus.
The UK shrugged off concerns of handing China a back-door key, and spiking post-Brexit trade with key Anglosphere allies Tuesday.
Treasury boss Steve Mnuchin has expressed the importance of signing a good trade deal after Brexit as he met his UK counterpart Saturday.
Three cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed in France, the first in Europe, as the Chinese government locks down whole cities.
The U.S. has responded to revelations the UK may green-light the involvement of Huawei in the nation's future 5G data networks with concern.
Six people were killed in a shooting in a small 5,200-resident southern German town Friday, with police arresting a German citizen suspect at the scene.
Trump at Davos: EU More Difficult to do Business With Than China, UK Will Come Out Great From Brexit Negotiations
President Trump has condemned the EU's protectionism, remarking Boris Johnson had "guts" in taking on the continental power bloc.
Donald Trump has expressed faith in Notre Dame, stating its completion would give "glory to God" and fill millions of people with wonder.
President Donald Trump has talked up the prospect of a "tremendous" trade deal with the United Kingdom during his keynote Davos Speech.
The House of Lords may go north in a bid to spread government more evenly. This begs the question, what has York done to deserve this?
the British people really do support the monarchy and do tend to cut them a lot of slack. So what could possibly have gone wrong?
The EU Withdrawal Agreement passed a vote in the House of Commons Thursday afternoon, three and a half years after the Brexit referendum.
The UK could pull out of the nuclear deal over Iran's failure to comply with its terms, the foreign minister has heavily implied.
Prince Harry and his Hollywood wife Meghan have announced they are to "transition" to a "progressive new role" in 2020.
Johnson appeared to back U.S. action againstQassem Soleimani and goaded Corbyn over money he received from an Iranian propaganda outfit.
The UK should stand up to the U.S., prominent members of the UK left have said as they condemned President Trump.
A knifeman who injured two police officers and stabbed three members of the public, killing one was shot by French police Friday afternoon.
The most politically turbulent decade for Europe since the Cold War is drawing to a close -- but what will these ten years be remembered for?
VP Timmermans has written a love letter, in which he insists "we're not going away" and invites Brits to rejoin the EU in the future.