MixedTimes - Victoria Friedman
Nadine Dorries predicts that the process for a no-confidence vote in Theresa May could start Monday, warning the current Brexit deal would force Britons into "serfdom."
Former Brexit secretary David Davis has warned that Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed agreement with the European Union will "block every avenue of negotiation with America."
One female protester has died in France after a woman drove into a crowd blocking the road, the driver allegedly in a panic as she was trying to get to daughter to the hospital.
A woman was struck over the head with a machete less than four hours after another woman was stabbed to death in south-eastLondon as a violent crime wave in the capital continues.
Environment secretary Michael Gove is said to be leading a group of pro-Brexit Cabinet ministers to pressure the prime minister into renegotiating the deal with Brussels.
Ministerial resignations are flying in Thursday morning in response to the prime minister's draft agreement with the EU, deemed the "worst deal in history" by Brexit leader Nigel Farage.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage predicted that any Tory rebels will "melt away" when the time comes to vote on the Prime Minister's soft Brexit plans in Parliament, leaving the UK struggling with "all issues raise in the referendum" for another ten years.
Paul Johnson set fire to a Methodist church and a Sikh gurdwara in Scotland because he had "issues" with religion and wanted to make a "political statement", a court has heard.
Sharia law council scholar Dr Amra Bone has defended Marks and Spencer selling hijabs for primary school pupils, saying that some nine-year-olds are "mature" enough to wear them,while Muslim MP Khalid Mahmood said the retailer should apologise and withdraw the item from sale because it "oppresses" girls.
The UK's Supreme Court ruled in favour of Northern Irish Christian bakers who declined to bake and decorate a cake with a pro-gay marriage message, with owners heralding the decision as a victory for free speech.
The former head of the UK's MI6 has said that there is "significant regret” within the foreign intelligence agency over helping Vladimir Putin come to power by orchestrating an introduction between him and then-Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Factions of the Remain campaign have doubled down their attempts to stop Brexit after the Soros-backed Best for Britain group will target voters in 'swing' constituencies, while another group of anti-Brexit activists are taking their case to the European Union's highest court to see if MPs can vote to stop the UK leaving the bloc.
Nigel Farage has called for a Bill of Rights for social media users after tech giants were exposed for their bias against conservatives.
Mohammed Abdul told nightclub staff he would "kill" them before he drove his car onto the dancefloor,hitting a number of people, after he was thrown out for being drunk and for making unwanted advances towards women, Maidstone Crown Court has heard.
Authorities from the U.S. and UK are undertaking joint operations at airports in attemptsto tackle the growing problem of child female genital mutilation (FGM) amongst their Muslim and migrant communities.
A man and woman have pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey on Friday to the female genital mutilation (FGM) of a three-year-old girl.
A think tank has called for an increase in police 'stop and search' in London to tackle the crime epidemic after it revealed that a gun is shot in the capital up to every six hours -- despite the UK having some of the strictest personal firearms ownership laws in the world.
Senior British army officers are threatening to punish soldiers who criticise a politically correct Army recruitment advertisement that panders to identity politics, according to a 'warning note' seen by the Mail on Sunday.
The UK government has taken one step further towards bringing into effect an 'opt-in' organ donation system which will presume a person is an organ donor in moves that one medical ethicist warns could mean increasing donations by "slight of hand".
A murder investigation has been launched after a man in his 20s was stabbed multiple times and died in south-west London in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Senior Jewish figures have criticised far-left Jeremy Corbyn's response to Labour's anti-Semitism problem, where he failed to apologise or admit his own role in the crisis, calling it "meaningless".
The BBC was forced to remove an educational cartoon aimed at children which claimed that the UK had always been "multicultural" and "there was no such thing as a pure Brit" after the tax-payer funded broadcaster accepted it breached its own impartiality rules.
In a legal first, a British High Court judge has recognised a shariah marriage when ruling on a 'divorce' petition of a Muslim woman, likely setting a precedent on the acceptance of Islamic marriages and divorces in the UK.
Xeneral Webster, 19, was sentenced to 17 years in prison for manslaughter after 47-year-old nurse Joanne Rand died following an acid attack.
Four men have been arrested in connection to an acid attack on a three-year-old boy in Worcester, England, on Saturday.
The policing watchdog has claimed that Britain leaving the European Union next year will trigger a rise in "hate crimes", and that officers should be responding to any report of a hate crime within one hour of reporting.
London's Metropolitan Police fails to record over 94,500 reported crimes each year, representing 10.5 percent of all reported crimes, according to the policing and fire services watchdog.
U.S. President Donald J Trump has arrived for a working visit in the UK, after having described the country as being "in turmoil".
Hungary's pro-family culture has resulted in a rising fertility rate for married women which is "winding back the clock" on demographic decline -- a trend once deemed irreversible in Europe and used by globalists to justify mass migration from the third world.
It has been more than two years since the British people voted to leave the European Union, but the country is no closer to independence.
Former healthsecretary Jeremy Hunt has been appointed as the foreignsecretary, replacing Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson who resigned Monday afternoon.
Anti-Brexit Members of Parliament have lavished praise on Prime Minister Theresa May as she defended her 'Chequers Agreement' which would see the UK remain effectively tied to the European Union after Brexit.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten has called on Theresa May to stand down as Prime Minister after she unveiled her proposed plan for a soft Brexit and following the resignation of her Brexit secretary David Davis.
Progressive campaigner George Soros has met"secretly" with the new socialist, open-borders supportingPrime Minister of Spain PedroSánchez, according to a report by Spanish media.
A study has found that the National Health Service (NHS) is the third worst out of 18 Western nations at treating life-threatening illnesses and has a higher than average rate for newborn infant mortality.
More than 30,000 children are believed to be in gangs in the UK, as the number of 10- to 15-year-olds being treated for stab wounds has increased by 69 percent since 2013.
A 15-year-old boy was stabbed during a "large fight" at a birthday party in Romford, making him the youngest stabbing fatality in London this year.
An Iraqi Kurdish migrantwho used his shop to "seduce" two young girls before sexually abusing them has been sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment and faces deportation.
A whistleblower nurse told police in 1999 that "euthanasia" was being practised by medical staff atGosport War Memorial Hospital, but authorities claimed at the time there was no evidence of an offence.
A 22-year-old American tourist was raped just yards from one of London's most iconic tourist attractions, Trafalgar Square.
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 27, allegedly drove at police outside Buckingham Palace and then attacked them with a samurai sword because Queen Elizabeth II is an "enemy of Allah", the Old Bailey has heard.
The Metropolitan Police has launched its 75th murder inquiry for 2018 whilst London is in the grips of a crime wave.
Six men have been jailed for the historic grooming and rape of six Oxford teenage girls in crimes against children the convicting judge called "sinister" and "predatory".
There have been three stabbings in broad daylight and seven arrests in dawn raids on an organised drug-trafficking gang in one 24-hour period in Sadiq Khan's London.
There is set to be an "unprecedented rise" in gang violence and knife crime in London this summer because children are out of school, a report has warned.
A female Australian journalist and her cameraman were muggedby two masked cyclists while the broadcast was beingbeamed to Channel Seven's Sydney control room.
London crime gangs are becoming more organised, ruthless, and are increasingly driven by illegal drugs profit, with some gangs forming alliances the way businesses sell franchises.
A man on trial for terrorism charges after being caught with a stash of knivesnear Parliament and the Prime Minister's Downing Street office claimed he had a "message" for the UK's political leaders, a court has heard.
British comedian Michael McIntyre was robbed by two men on a moped who smashed his car windows in with a hammer whilst he was waiting to pick his sons up from school.
Globalist billionaire George Soros's "concern" over the new Italian government is a good sign because it means the populists are on the right track,League party deputyClaudio Borghi Aquilini has said.
Britain's Security Service (MI5) will give the identity of terror suspects to police officers, teachers, and social workers in a bid to stop plots and deter extremism, the Home Secretary announced Monday.
Hungary's foreign minister has warned the European Union (EU) to stop "bashing" President Donald J. Trump's administration, saying it will only backfire on European countries.
George Soros's Central European Universityis prepared to move out of Hungary afterhis Open Society Foundations announced Tuesday it was also leaving the country.
REYNOSA, Tamaulipas - Massacres, clandestine incinerations, gory executions and narco-messages are all becoming common in the border cities of Tamaulipas. The escalation is tied to rival Gulf Cartel groups spreading terror throughout the region as they fight for control.
Scotland has become the first country in the world to introduce minimum alcohol prices and campaigners are pushing to replicate the law in England.
England's most senior Catholic clergyman has attacked some supporters of the toddler Alfie Evans, who died last week, for“us[ing] the situation for political aims”.
A candlelitvigil was held outside the Vatican as the parents of Alfie Evans said that they would cease fighting to bring their son home and would work with the hospitalto give him “dignity and comfort”.
The fight for Alfie Evans' life appears to be at a close as his father, on behalf of the family, signalled that he would be working with the hospital "on a plan that provides our boy with the dignity and comfort he needs" and asked his supporters to return to their everyday lives.
Supporters of Alfie Evans allegedly planned to storm Alder Hey hospital over doctors' decision to remove life support from the ill toddler.
The leader of a Brighton mosque and father of three jihadists who fought with Islamist groups in Syria dislocated a woman's shoulder whilst trying to "get the demon out", a court has heard.
A convicted people smuggler has alleged that illegal immigrants are gaining entry to the UK because Border Force guards are not doing theirjobs properly and "just don't care".
The father of ill baby Alfie Evans has told media that his son is breathing on his own nine hours after doctors removed him from life support.
A woman has suffered serious injuries after being repeatedly stabbed by a man police believemay have been lingering near her block of flats for days.
A rejected asylum seeker who targetted women in a stabbing attack said he was at "war against women" and committed the attack to "strengthen the Islamic kingdom".
This year's Young People's Laureate for London Momtaza Mehri has attacked Britain in her writings for its alleged "unbridled Islamophobia" and "established racism".
An illegal immigrant from Albania who used a fake ID to get a kidney transplant, costing the National Health Service (NHS) more than £72,000, has been imprisoned.
LBC radio presenter Nigel Farage has criticised Prime Minister Theresa May for saying that dropping bombs on Syria was in the United Kingdom's "national interest".
A Jewish employee of the Anne Frank House museum was told that he was not allowed to wear his kippa because it would conflict with the organisation's "independent position" and might "influence" the message of combatting anti-Semitism.
The parents of toddler Alfie Evans have launched a fresh legal appeal to stop their son being taken off life support.
A man was stabbed on a busy rush hour train on Wednesday morning atStratford International Station in Sadiq Khan's London.
Hungary's government spokesmanZoltán Kovács has warned that open-borders financier George Soros is interfering in the country's upcoming election through pressure groups and media outlets.
Polish drug dealerWitold Kowalski, 27, was jailed for eight years after subjecting a student to a violent attack and robbery at his university accommodation in the coastal resort town of Bournemouth.
A Romanian migrant was sentenced to six years' imprisonment for robbing and then raping a vulnerable homeless woman on a bench in full view of shoppers.
Officials have admitted that 63 violent criminals, including rapists and murders, were released from maximum security prisons straight onto Britain's streets last year.
The Home Office lost track of 601,222 foreign, non-European Union visitors in two years who should have left the UK.
St Mary's Catholic Church in Great Yarmouth was "desecrated" in a satanist attack for the second time in four months.
A failed asylum seeker who was deported to Afghanistan in 2010 and returned to the UK last year via Italy has been jailed for raping an 18-year-old, treating her as “a disposable sexual commodity”.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that "Europe is full" and that following the gains of pro-sovereignty parties in recent elections, the EU can no longer "bury its head in the sand" over peoples' rejection of mass migration.
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.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned by police in connection with allegations that he received 50 million euros from Libyan dictatorMuammar Gaddafi to finance his 2007 presidential campaign.
The head of a Soros-funded organisation describedhow his groupuses its influence to lobby Germany to pressure Hungary into abandoning its NGO transparency law.
Two "vulnerable" 14-year-old girls who were living in a care home were groomed, given drugs and alcohol, and were raped over a two-year period by a gang of ten men, a court has heard.
A study has found that the more a person is revolted by the smell of body odour and urine the more likely they are to be right wing and want to secure national borders.
The Ministry of Justice is recruiting pagan chaplains to provide "religious care" at prisons across the country - with annual salaries of up to £29,ooo - despite many of the recruiting prisons facing guard shortages, Islamic extremist inmates, and drug epidemics.
Police in Spain and the UK have made 12 arrests in an intercontinental prostitution ring where a criminal gang allegedly used "voodoo rituals" to force African women and girls into sex work.
A leader of Renew Britain has described the new anti-Brexit party as the "military arm" of the Remain movement, which will "threaten" sitting MPs who back Brexit.
London Modest Fashion Week will "celebrate" the UK's growing sharia-compliant fashion industry - less than two weeks after women living under Islamic fundamentalist regimes risked imprisonment when they burnt their hijabs on No Hijab Day.
Taiyab Hussain, Mohammed Hizar Rizwan, Shaheem Ratyal, and Sohail Raja Ali pleaded guilty to sex offences against four girls aged between 13 and 14 years old.
A chaplain who was allegedly dismissed from his role at HMP Brixton Prison for having "extreme" Christian views has said that some prisoners are being forced to convert to Islam in exchange for protection from gangs.
Convicted murderer Gheorghe ‘Melo’ Mihai attempted to stab a woman to death in the street less than a year after moving to the United Kingdom from Romania.
Viktor Orbán has vowed to put "Hungary first" and fight those within the European Union who "want to change the Christian identity of Europe".
The decision by the Manchester Art Gallery to temporarily remove a famous Victorian painting showing nude mythological creatures has been deemed "puritanical" and an act of "authoritarian moralising".
Interpol has circulated a list of 50 suspected Islamic State militants currently in Italy who the agency believes may attempt to travel to other countries to commit acts of terror.
Pakistani illegal immigrant Al-Imran Ali was sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment after pleading guilty to arranging to meet what he thought was a child for sex, but who turned out to be a member of the paedophile hunting group 'Silent Justice'.
The Labour Party has suspended a feminist activist who is campaigning to block 'self-identifying' transgender women from all-female shortlists because she tweeted that "women don't have dicks".
A U.S. counter-terrorism specialist has accused Hezbollah of "engaging in criminal conduct on British soil", as the British government debates banning outright the Lebanese militant group.
A woman jogging in broad daylight in a popular Birmingham park was attacked by four "Asian youths" after she confronted them for filming her on their mobile phones.
Owners of a Winston Churchill-themed cafe in Finsbury Park, London, have had to remove a mural of the war-time prime minister after repeated vandalism from leftist protesters.
The Church of England has rejected a proposal for a new service to mark a congregant's sex change - but has given the nod to using an existing 'reaffirmation' baptism service, instead.
A Pakistani migrant told a court he "didn't understand" that it was illegal to have sex with a child after being caught in a sting operation by paedophile hunters.