Migration Watch UK has criticised Boris Johnson for effectively offering citizenship to three million people in Hong Kong, saying that it "would directly break the government's 2019 election pledge to reduce overall immigration numbers".
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Conservative MP Desmond Swayne reportedly expressed his support for President Donald Trump, who called on American lawmakers to crack down on the violent and destructive riots that have erupted following the death of George Floyd.
Nigel Farage has said that China's increasingly aggressive foreign policy stance since it let the Wuhan virus loose onto the world must force Prime Minister Boris Johnson to get tough on the communist country.
Downing Street has said the EU's demands that the UK adheres to Brussels' regulatory frameworks after the end of the transition period would block any progress on a future trade deal.
The government has effectively made it illegal for people living in different houses to have sex, as that would be considered a "gathering".
The British foreign secretary has said that the UK will extend visa rights to Hong Kongers if China implements its proposed 'security' law campaigners fear will be used to clamp down on pro-democracy demonstrations in the former British colony.
Japanese carmaker Nissan has announced that it will retain its plant in Sunderland, England, but will be closing its factories in Spain, signalling that it may pull out of more locations across the European Union.
Nigel Farage has warned that there may be a "massive influx" of boat migrants, with illegals trying to break into Britain before the country leaves the EU and can make its own laws on returning people not eligible for asylum.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for an independent investigation into the origins of coronavirus, after reports that communist China misled the international community over the infectious nature of the Wuhan-origin virus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that all 'non-essential' shops can reopen in England on June 15th, with retailers planning on quarantining items touched by customers.
The technical body that makes assessments on threats to British security will undertake a review of Huawei's involvement in the building the UK's 5G network, following the Trump administration imposing sanctions on the Chinese tech giant.
Dominic Cummings has criticised the establishment media for making false reports about his lockdown while suffering from coronavirus, claims which he said resulted in threats of violence against him and his family.
The British government will make plans to reduce the United Kingdom's reliance on imports from foreign countries like China after a study revealed that the UK is reliant on the communist country for the supply of 71 "critical goods" including pharmaceuticals, personal protective equipment (PPE), and electronics.
The former head of UK Border Force has called illegal boat migration from across the English Channel a "major threat" to Britain's border security and has called for the British government to adopt a strict Australia-style approach and return illegal aliens to France.
The UK is set to introduce a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine for all arrivals into the country from overseas, including British citizens, with those breaking the rules facing up to £1,000 in fines.
Politician and journalist Nigel Farage has said he witnessed illegal aliens being shepherded to British territorial waters "with the active participation of the French Navy" who coordinated with UK Border Force in offloading migrants into British territory.
The EU's chief trade negotiator Michel Barnier has said that he did not like David Frost's "tone" when the British negotiator called for Brussels to ditch its "low-quality" deal offer.
In a scathing letter to Brussels bureaucrat Michel Barnier, David Frost criticised the European Union's offer of a "low-quality trade agreement" which contains provisions that no "democratic country could sign".
Decorated cloth face coverings inspired by the coronavirus pandemic could become an "essential" fashion accessory, with major British online retailers already selling animal and skeleton print masks.
The British government has announced that it will finally publish a report on the "characteristics" of offenders in grooming gangs, following pressure from voters and MPs after accusations the Home Office tried to bury the report from the public under the guise of providing a "safe space" for lawmakers to consider policy.
The European Union's post-Brexit trade negotiators are reportedly planning to back down on its demands for continued access to Britain's fishing waters. Meanwhile, the British government has returned civil servants to the front line of planning for a 'no deal'.
Dean Reuter: VE Day Marks Triumph of Good over Evil, It's Important to Remember What We Accomplished
Dean Reuter said during Friday's episode ofBreitbart News Dailyon SiriusXM that the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe "marks the triumph of good over evil", and that parents should teach their children about the sacrifices made, as well as the stories of triumph and courage.
Nigel Farage is undeterred by police warnings and has returned to England's south-east coast, saying that he has"witnessed first hand our Border Force acting as a taxi service for illegal migrants".
The chief of an English police force that became the most criticised and mocked in the United Kingdom over its heavy-handed enforcement of the coronavirus lockdown rules is retiring.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the government could begin lifting coronavirus lockdown restrictions from Monday.
European grandparents were able to embrace their grandchildren for the first time in weeks as countries across the continent begin to lift lockdown measures.
London's Metropolitan Police Service has confirmed that it will not investigate further into disgraced former government scientific adviser Neil Ferguson breaking the country's lockdown laws by allowing his married mistress to visit his home, merely saying that his actions were "disappointing".
The United Kingdom now has the highest coronavirus death toll in Europe, surpassing virus hotspot Italy, and second globally only to the United States of America.
The 4,000-bed field hospital NHS Nightingale London, the jewel in the crown of the government's emergency coronavirus planning, will be "placed on standby" from next week.
A "reclusive" vegan who beat his girlfriend with a glass vinegar bottle because she "smelled of bacon" has been sentenced to a community order after pleading guilty to assault.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce a "comprehensive plan" for reopening parts of British society on Sunday.
UK Border Force officials have told staff that they are not allowed even to wear their own masks routinely at work, according to claims, despite two officers having already died of coronavirus.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that when an inquiry into coronavirus is held, "we will see that we allowed ourselves to import this disease and the British government did nothing".
UK police are on the hunt for a man who goes walking dressed as a 17th-century plague doctor, as lockdown measure fines reaches 9,000.
British doctors have warned that 250 ventilators bought from China could cause "significant patient harm, including death" if there are used on Chinese coronavirus suffers in hospitals in the United Kingdom.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that the illegal boat migrant "scandal" is "bigger than anyone realises", claiming many migrants are arriving in the south-east of England under cover of the night who are never accounted for.
French and British Border authorities have taken ashore 91 migrants from eight boats in the English Channel in just one day.
Senior minister Michael Gove revealed that the government has no 'no-deal' preparations, compromising the UK's negotiating position that it is serious about leaving the EU's institutions with or without a deal.
The former deputy chief medical officer for England has warned that a coronavirus vaccine may not be ready "until well into next year".
The chief executive of London's Heathrow Airport has written to health secretary Matt Hancock demanding mass coronavirus screenings at all British airports after the government has insisted on keeping Britain's borders fully open with no restrictions in place.
Beijing's ambassador to London Liu Xiaoming has claimed that the Chinese coronavirus has brought the United Kingdom and the communist state closer together.
A senior official at NHS Supply Chain has accused some National Health Service trusts of hoarding personal protective equipment (PPE). Meanwhile, military sources have condemned the socialised health service's "appalling" distribution network.
Britain's Chief Medical Adviser, Professor Chris Witty, has said that it would be "wholly unrealistic" to believe that the lockdown restrictions would be lifted entirely, forecasting that some kind of social distancing measures may be in place for the rest of the year.
Experts have told government scientists that there is evidence that the public using homemade masks could help reduce the risk of them transmitting coronavirus.
David Lidington, the former de-facto deputy prime minister to Theresa May, claimed that an extension to the Brexit transition period was "inevitable" because of coronavirus.
A top civil servant at the Foreign Office has said that the British government has made a "firm decision" on allowing Chinese tech giant Huawei to help build the United Kingdom's 5G network, and the arrangement will not be reconsidered.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that Boris Johnson "needs to get a grip" on the UK's management of the coronavirus crisis, starting by firing health secretary Matt Hancock.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to return to work next week following his recovery from Chinese coronavirus.
More than four in five Britons want the government to pursue an international inquiry into communist China's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a poll commissioned by a British think tank.
The government's chief scientific advisor admitted that vaccines for new viruses are "long shots" and that "only some end up being successful".
The British government reportedly spent £16 million on two million coronavirus home test kits from two separate Chinese companies, none of which work.￼
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that President Donald Trump was right to halt funding of the World Health Organization over its handling of the Chinese coronavirus, saying the WHO had "actively helped to spread this disease around the world￼" through its irresponsibility.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has criticised the government's plans to proceed with the costly High Speed 2 (HS2) rail link despite the UK facing "the worst economic crisis for 300 years", calling the decision "sheer madness".
A British Border Force officer has begged for testing of airport arrivals over fears of incoming Chinese coronavirus cases, as criticism mounts that while Britons are in house lockdown the country's external borders remain open.
British and EU negotiators have agreed to continue Brexit trade talks via videoconferencing due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has predicted that all Britons will have to wear masks as the price to be paid for the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage told Britons that they must not accept that leaving the European Union's institutions at the end of 2020 should be delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The family of an 11-year-old cancer sufferer and an autistic support group have been pressured to sign 'do not resuscitate' (DNR) forms during the coronavirus pandemic.
At least 45 environmental activists in the United Kingdom were referred to the government's anti-extremism Prevent strategy between April 2016 and March 2019.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has paid tribute to the medics of the National Health Service (NHS) who "saved my life, no question" after he was admitted to intensive care with severe coronavirus.
A scientist on the British government's committee that advises on coronavirus said the UK could be the worst-hit country out of any in Europe.
A vaccine for the deadly Chinese coronavirus could be at least five months away.Professor of vaccinology at the University of OxfordSarah Gilbert is hoping to start human trials within the next fortnight and said she is"80 per cent confident" it would work.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is said to be able to walk again for brief periods after he was moved out of the intensive care unit (ICU) at St Thomas' Hospital, London, where he is being treated for Chinese coronavirus.
Negotiations for a free trade agreement between the United Kingdom and the United States have been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a British government source speaking to The Telegraph.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that Chinese interests are lining up to take advantage of the coronavirus crisis by buying "vast swathes of our strategic and manufacturing industries".
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's admission to an intensive care unit with coronavirus has made the pandemic crisis "very real", revealing that anyone of any rank can get the illness.
A Labour Party mayor has said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson "completely deserves" to be admitted to intensive care after contracting the debilitating and deadly Chinese coronavirus.
President Donald J Trump has said the United States would 'work out' getting 200 ventilators to hospitals in the United Kingdom because "they need them desperately".
Charities have condemned reports that doctors are pressuring senior citizens into signing do not resuscitate (DNR) forms.
Police need to be able to hood violent suspects on the streets who attempt to spit, bite, or cough at them while claiming to have coronavirus, a representative from the Police Federation told MPs.
Messages of support have come from around the world and across the political spectrum for Boris Johnson, after the prime minister was admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of St Thomas' Hospital, London, on Monday night.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that having Huawei involved in Britain's 5G network may be the price to be paid for accepting medical equipment from China.
Austria's Europe minister has said that the EU's forced migrant redistribution scheme "has failed", and that member-states should be able to choose whether to accept migrants or not.
Pharmacists in the UK have said that violence and threats have increased, with major high street chain Boots installing protective perspex guards at tills in thousands of stores.
While the UK is working on building field hospitals in convention centres across the UK to deal with an increasing number of patients, emergency coronavirus measures are also taking into account the projected rise in deaths with the founding of temporary morgues.
The government is under increasing pressure to ramp up coronavirus testing after UK death tolls exceeded 2,000, and has now resorted to reaching out toprivate facilities in hopes they can work creatively to fill the gap left by inadequate state planning.
UK Power Networks has told customers to store flashlights and warm clothes nearby in case there is a power outage during the coronavirus pandemic.
Surgery Urged Vulnerable Patients to Complete 'Do Not Resuscitate' Forms in Case They Caught Coronavirus
A GP surgery in Wales sent letters to patients with serious illnesses recommending them to sign 'do not resuscitate' forms in case they contracted coronavirus.
An international expert on global pandemic management has said the UK could be "on and off lockdowns over the course of the next year" in the event that a vaccine for coronavirus is not developed in that time.
Petrol pumps in Britain should carry climate change warning labels akin to the legally-mandated health warnings on cigarette packages, a group of scientists have said.
The European Parliament’s largest party grouping is pressuring the UK to extend the Brexit transition period because of the coronavirus pandemic. The UK left the EU on January 31st, 2020, but remains in a transition period until December 31st, 2020.
There are early signs that social distancing measures are "making a difference" and that the increase of new patients being admitted to hospital with coronavirus is slowing,according to chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance.
NHS nurses have been told to not wear their uniforms in public after some had been discriminated against and verbally abused in public, spat at, and called even "disease spreaders".
Former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has said the West is "reaping the whirlwind" for a policy of kowtowing to China after allowing supply chains to become dependant on the communist country.
Britain faces six months of disruption, as the country moves from a period of lockdown to longer-term social distancing until the coronavirus threat is abated, the deputy chief medical officer for England has said.
British firefighters have been drafted in to the fight against coronavirus to deliver food and medicines, drive ambulances, and retrieve bodies.
The scientific adviser who called for Italy's lockdown said that the UK was ten days too late in doing the same to have a significant impact on the outbreak and as a result, is now at risk of having a worse coronavirus infection rate than his own country.
Medical detection dogs in the UK will be trained to sniff out coronavirus and be trained to detect the deadly disease in six weeks.
The British coronavirus death toll has risen to 578, seeing its biggest daily increase with 115 fatalities in 24 hours -- and an explosion of cases in Gwent, Wales.
560,000 Britons have volunteered to support the National Health Service (NHS) in taking care of the country's vulnerable citizens during the coronavirus pandemic, more than double the initial government call for 250,000.
The chief executive of a body which represents hospitals' bosses has said that London facilities are facing a "continuous tsunami" of coronavirus patients, and said that the city's hospitals could be overwhelmed in "days".
People who spit or cough at others as a threat to give them coronavirus can be arrested for common assault in the United Kingdom and face up to two years in prison.
Thugs have been mugging doctors and nurses to steal their identity badges in order to access priority shopping and freebies from supermarkets during the coronavirus pandemic.
The government is preparing to turn ten more sites into coronavirus field hospitals akin to that being constructed in the ExCeL centre in London.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has called for "helicopter money" payments of £1,000 into the bank accounts of every adult in the country for the next three months during the coronavirus crisis, fearing that the 11 million people who do not have a fixed income will suffer otherwise.
The government has told city dwellers to not break travel restrictions by going to their second homes, with coastal and rural communities becoming increasingly frustrated at being overrun by wealthy coronavirus refugees.
Members of the British Army's 101 Logistic Brigade have begun delivering consignments of personal protection equipment for medical staff to hospitals after Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered a strict lockdown over the coronavirus pandemic.
Labour's chairman Ian Lavery told activists that coronavirus was a "great opportunity" to organise and advance the party's political agenda.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has criticised Prime Minister Boris Johnson for enforcing a lockdown for three weeks to halt the spread of coronavirus while the UK's borders are still open to foreign travellers.
Despite having only one-seventh of the UK's population, London has experienced more than half of all coronavirus fatalities in the country.