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.
MixedTimes - Oliver JJ Lane
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Macron's Paris mayoral candidate has withdrawn from the race after "compromising videos", reportedly of a sexual nature, emerged online.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.
Christmas is a time for tradition - midnight mass, giving gifts... and being encouraged to cheat on your husband by a national newspaper.
Focus groups at Conservative Campaign Headquarters appear to have been working overtime, having figured out that the British voting public strongly like baking shows and Brexit, managing to combine the two for a Christmas themed viral video with the Prime Minister.
Research has found a link between interest rates and fertility, with homeowners more likely to have children when rates fall.
Protests against French President Emmanuel Macron's attempts to reform state pensions are in their 19th day.
Amsterdam is once again choked with tractors in a zero-notice strike after the Dutch government voted to pass new green legislation.
Conservative critics are raising concerns over Boris Johnson's liberal instincts, among them his high-spending and open-borders views.
Jeremy Corbyn fired the starting gun on the race to replace him as party leader, and the early favourite is loyalist Rebecca Long-Bailey.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was attacked both by elements within his own party and by Conservatives during the general election campaign when he declared a "unilateral leave alliance", but his gamble has paid off as the hard-left Labour party were crushed at the polls.
Polls have closed on the UK 2019 election, the fifth national vote since 2014, and results are expected to be coming in through the night.
A man has been arrested after a "suspicious device" was discovered at a polling station, with police deploying a bomb disposal robot.
Polls opened 0700 GMT for the snap 2019 British general election, in what promises to be a landmark day in the history of both the country and the Brexit process.
Boris Dodges Media Appearances in Last Day Before Vote, Accused of 'Hiding in Fridge' to Escape Cameras
Avoiding interactions with the press he can't control, Mr Johnson apparently hid in a fridge to avoid an unplanned interview Wednesday.
Boris parodied the Christmas film, prompting actor Hugh Grant to fire back, questioning whether the it had been paid for with Russian money.
The Finnish public broadcaster reports Marin will move the left-wing Finland further to the left, and is a "red-green and liberal ideologue".
Donald Trump has hailed NATO, telling the press it is now "stranger than it has ever been" in a positive end to the London conference.
President Trump answered the speculation over whether he would get involved in the UK general election campaign during his visit to London.
President Trump is raising questions over President Macron saying the alliance was suffering a "brain death", calling the comments insulting.
British voters across all party allegiances, views on Brexit, and age profiles think there should be an annual cap on the number of migrant arrivals to the country after a Brexit, a new poll has found, prompting Brexit leader Nigel Farage to reflect it was time for the nation to "get serious" on the challenge.
Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage have played down the possibility of election-related remarks from President Trump at the London NATO summit next week.
Dozens of police response vehicles swarmed onto London Bridge Friday afternoon, amid reports of shots having been fired in the vicinity.
Dozens of police response vehicles swarmed onto London Bridge Friday afternoon, amid reports of shots having been fired in the vicinity.
Scottish Labour has expressed its "deep regret" over selecting a woman who had allegedly made antisemitic social media posts in the past as its candidate to fight the seat of Falkirk in December's snap general election.
Pics: 'Narco Submarine' Carrying Three Tons of Cocaine Intercepted off European Coast For First Time
It is the first time a 'narco submarine' has been seen in Europe -- it made a 4,200 mile journey from Colombia with €100m of Cocaine.
Farage slammed Labour's plan, telling Breitbart "the family has been under assault from our political establishment for a very long time".
Exclusive -- Farage: 'Boris is Going to Win, And The World Will be Our Oyster if we Get a Clean Break Brexit'
Nigel Farage has told Breitbart London he now believes that Boris Johnson will the election but needs to be pressured on his Brexit deal.
The post-ironic meme campaign being fought by the Conservative Party continues with an hour of Lo-Fi beats "to get Brexit done to".
Nigel Farage decried the group of hard-left activists as being at odds with the principles of free speech, liberty, and democracy.
A Brexit candidate has slammed the "undemocratic" behaviour of a man who threw a milkshake while shouting "f*ck the Brexit party".
A Pakistani man has been jailed in the Netherlands for his plot to launch a terror attack against Dutch firebrand Geert Wilders.
The Conservatives want to spend £500 million on reopening old railways, failing to mention they closed them in the first place.
Britain’s members of Parliament have voted for the nation tohave a snap general election, its third in less than five years, on December 12th. The vote on Tuesday night was the fourth opportunity put before Parliament to approve a snap
The United Kingdom "won't be able to leave on October 31st" because of "the actions of Parliament and especially Jeremy Corbyn", Chancellor Sajid Javid said speaking for the government on Friday morning.
Police in southeastern England said 39 people were found dead Wednesday inside a truck container believed to have come from Bulgaria.
On this day in 1956, the Hungarian people rose up against their Soviet occupiers, an important chapter in the history of a country which jealously guards its freedom, and remains at odds with a European Union which continues to push for integration and conformity.
A bid to get UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's hotly contested Brexit deal delivered in time for the promised October 31st deadline appears to have failed.
The U.S. Department of State told Breitbart London it respects the sovereignty of European states on Fridayafter appearing to swerve from President Trump's long-standing commitment to Brexit and independent nation-states by publicly backing the further expansion of the European Union.
Anti-Brexit Members of Parliament are outraged the government wants them to vote more than once on Brexit after they gave the wrong answer the first time -- an ironic position given the determined push to have a second referendum on whether to leave the European Union, as one Brexiteer member pointed out Monday afternoon.
England expects. But does it remember? Some lessons from the all but forgotten Lord Nelson on a once important day in our collective national memory.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has revealed he and his party would refuse to legitimise a rigged second referendum by participating in it, as anti-Brexit politicians make clear their belief the British public should only be given the choice to cancel leaving altogether, or stay in the EU with a new treaty.
Incredible Pictures: Thousands of Tractors Shut Down Highways in Farmer's Anti-Green Madness Protest
Thousands of farmers shut down highways in a go-slow protest converging on the Dutch capital Monday, as they protested being victimised by a government trying to meet European Union emissions laws by cracking down on agriculture.
Two people were killed outside a synagogue in the eastern German city of Halle as firearms were discharged and, according to reports, a grenade detonated in the building's cemetery Wednesday morning.
A Syrian migrant male is under arrest and police are investigating a potential terrorist motive after a truck was driven at speed into stationary traffic in Germany.
Boris Johnson's rhetoric took a Trumpian turn as he dismissed the green extremists holding London to ransom as "uncooperative crusties".
The British government will attempt to effectively dissolve itself for the third time later this week according to reports, as the unprecedented stalemate and ceaseless campaign to prevent Brexit within Westminster continues.
Britain's equivalent of the FBI, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has dropped its investigation into a network of pro-Brexit groups and individuals including Aaron Banks and Leave.EU, saying they could find "no evidence" of any crimes.
Addressing the United Nations in New York Tuesday in a speech which included wide-ranging comments on growing global trade, U.S. President Donald Trump hailed the "exceptional" new trade deal he was looking forward to concluding with the United Kingdom after it leaves the European Union.
The speaker of Britain's House of Commons John Bercow has confirmed following the extraordinary ruling of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, that the House will resume sitting tomorrow, Wednesday.
The United Kingdom Supreme Court has ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was acting unlawfully when he suspended Parliament in August for five weeks, a move which anti-Brexit campaigners claimed was intended to thwart their attempts to prevent Britain leaving the European Union.
Iraq War architect and controversial former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has taken aim at Dominic Cummings, a one-time senior figure in the pro-Brexit campaign who now advises PM Boris Johnson in Downing Street, calling him a "quasi-anarchist".
Christine Lagarde, the globalist lawyer who ran the International Monetary Fund (IMF) until last week has had her appointment to the top of the European Central Bank (ECB) rubber-stamped by the European Union's powerless Parliament.
Boris Johnson is due to meet with European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker and European Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier Monday, as he seeks to extract himself from his Brexit bind by arranging a new deal with the bloc for the October 31st departure date.
Tommy Robinson has been released from Britain's maximum security jail after a nine-week sentence that arose from him filming the faces of rape gang suspects outside of court.
The British government has released the much-discussed 'Yellowhammer' documents, but refused to hand over the private messages of civil servants in response to demands made by Parliament over Brexit.
A spokesman for the government has called Nigel Farage a "not fit and proper" person who shouldn't be allowed near government, rebuking in the strongest terms the offer of an electoral pact given by the Brexit leader in recent weeks.
The economic picture for the United Kingdom continues to look positive while indications for the European Union progressively worsen, with the latest figures showing another rise in the number of people in employment, and wage rises in Britain.
The United Kingdom will not face fresh national elections in the short term after Parliament voted against submitting itself to the approval or otherwise of the British people for the second time.
A former Labour member who quit his own party over the anti-Semitism scandals surrounding leader Jeremy Corbyn unexpectedly turned Monday's Brexit debate around, roasting the Labour leader for failing to uphold the same standards he accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson over.
John Bercow will resign his position before the end of next month, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson puts himself on a collision course with the nation's predominantly anti-Brexit Parliament, as he prepared to end the longest Parliamentary session in modern history Monday.
"There is no electricity, there is no water. I do blame Mugabe for that because he's the one who drove all the white farmers out of the country.
Boris Johnson's government will use all legal means available to deliver Brexit on time, according to reports, as the tug of war over Brexit between Britain's anti-referendum result Parliament and the minority, pro-result government rages on.