The Liberal Democrats want to make it legal to change sex at will and force all schools to introduce gender-neutral uniforms.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned British voters that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to "destroy" the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and that his party wants to abolish the country's domestic intelligence agency.
Hungary's Péter Szijjártó has praised the American leadership in NATO and said that he did not agree that NATO was brain dead.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK is "fully committed" to NATO, but warns that peace cannot be taken for granted.
President Donald J Trump has again confirmed that Britain's National Health Service (NHS) will not form any part of future UK-U.S. free trade deal negotiations even if it was served to the U.S.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that NATO and a future EU army cannot coexist.
The British cinema chain Cineworld has suspended screenings of gang movie Blue Storyat one of their theatres in Nottingham, England, following a stabbing during the end credits.
The Conservatives have said that they will introduce a points-based, Australia-style immigration system if they win the December 12th General Election.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that his government will continue preparations for a clean-break Brexit despite his intentions to pass his EU-approved Brexit deal.
The Liberal Democrats have reportedly backed down on campaigning to cancel Brexit amidst negative reactions from voters on the doorstep and a drop in the polls.
Fanatic Remainer Tony Blair has admitted there is only a "negligible" chance of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party gaining a majority in the December 12th election.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has suggested that his party may be one day be rebranded the "Reform Party", saying his colleagues and the British people want an overhaul of the British political system.
Polling suggests that the Conservative Party could win a 64-seat majority in the House of Commons in the December 12th General Election.
The taxpayer-funded BBC has announced that 16-year-old eco-warrior Greta Thunberg will be guest-editing the broadcaster's flagship current affairs radio programme, the Today show.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak confirmed that if the Conservatives are returned to government, contingency plans for a clean-break, no-deal Brexit will resume.
Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced that his government will deploy over a thousand more border guards, upgrade its sea patrols, and institute more restrictive holding centres for migrants as he said his country will "shut the door" to illegals.
Nigel Farage criticised Emmanuel Macron for claiming that NATO is suffering "brain death" because the U.S. is "turning its back on [Europe]", saying the French president is looking for "any excuse" to build his own "Walter Mitty" EU army.
Animal rights extremists have verbally abused blind people for having guide dogs, claiming the labradors should be "running free in the fields".
The Conservative Party could win a 96-seat majority in the House of Commons in December 12th's general election, according to a polling prediction by Electoral Calculus.
A poll has revealed that a significant majority of both Conservative and Brexit Party voters back a Leave Alliance.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that he hopes Boris Johnson changes his mind on forming a Leave Alliance and called on the prime minister to drop two aspects of the EU-approved withdrawal treaty that could lock the UK in the EU post-Brexit.
Emmanuel Macron has claimed that NATO is suffering a "brain death", and that Europe can no longer depend on the United States of America to defend her.
Emmanuel Macron has claimed that NATO is suffering a "brain death", and that Europe can no longer depend on the United States of America to defend her.
Fewer than one in five people, 18 per cent, in England and Wales say that the Bible is relevant to them, as the number of those professing a Christian faith continues to fall.
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to rule out backing the cancellation of Brexit as a price for powersharing with the Liberal Democrats.
Nigel Farage has said that his Brexit Party will "hurt the Labour Party in the most extraordinary way" in the December 12th General Election.
The leaders of the Liberal Democrats, Greens, and Plaid Cymru are reportedly close to agreeing to a Remain Alliance. The alliance seeks to swing up to 60 seats across the country to a Remain-backing vote.
Sadiq Khan has signalled that he is open to decriminalising cannabis possession, calling for an "evidence-based conversation" about the drug.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's exit treaty is a "Remainer's Brexit", and if Parliament passes it, the UK will "never be free from EU rules".
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage revealed he would not be standing as a Parliamentary candidate in December's snap election. Instead, he will be devoting his time to "serve the cause" by supporting his party nominees across Great Britain.
Conservative Party Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen has warned that it is pointless trying to "outspend the Marxists in the Labour Party", evoking the lesson from the Greek debt crisis that "democracy ends" when your creditors own you.
A Brexit Party spokesman has said that Conservative MPs are "deliberately misrepresenting" Nigel Farage's offer of a "Leave Alliance" after the Tories have said they cannot accept a no-deal Brexit.
The government has bowed to pressure from Extinction Rebellion and will form a 'climate change citizens' assembly' to advise on how to cut carbon emissions.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has warned that the mandatory TV tax is at risk of being undermined because young people are "tuning out" of the BBC.
The EU is expected to delay a decision on whether to grant an extension of Article 50 amidst recent election uncertainty, whilst France remains an obstacle to a long Brexit delay.
European leaders are expected to grant parliament's request for a Brexit extension on Friday, breaking the pledge Prime Minister Boris Johnson made to Britons to take the UK out of the EU on October 31st.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could make a third attempt to call a snap election, according to reports.
Nigel Farage has warned that Boris Johnson's withdrawal agreement bill "is not Brexit" and has urged the prime minister to join forces with his Brexit Party and embrace No Deal.
President of the European Council Donald Tusk had told European leaders to grant the UK an extension to Article 50 to stop a no-deal Brexit.
By mid-2028, the population of the UK is set to increase by three million to 69.4 million, primarily driven by immigration.
Leading conservative and pro-Brexit think tanks have called on MPs to vote against Boris Johnson's "defective" withdrawal deal on Saturday, saying it fundamentally fails to deliver Brexit.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that the deal agreed between Boris Johnson and the EU is "just not Brexit", while the DUP has said it will not back it in parliament.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that a new Brexit deal has been brokered between the UK and the EU. The prime minister announced Thursday morning: “We’ve got a great new deal that takes back control — now Parliament should get
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has confirmed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will abide by the Benn Act and write to the EU requesting a Brexit delay if a deal is not agreed by Saturday.
The EU's incoming security chief has said the bloc needs a standing army of 60,000 soldiers that Brussels can deploy around the world.
A Number 10 source has said that even if there is a delay or a general election, there will be a no-deal, clean-break Brexit.
BBC analysis has revealed that London has 16 of the top 25 knife crime hot spots in England and Wales.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson would go to the Supreme Court to win the right to take the UK out of the EU in a clean break on October 31st, according to reports.
Nigel Farage has condemned Labour for deceiving its Leave supporters by backing a host of anti-Brexit and pro-open borders positions, and declared "war" on the now far-left party.
The Church of England has called for a ban on pointed kitchen knives to stop stabbings, saying that no one needs a pointed knife in modern times.
A Frankfurt court has ruled than a hangover constitutes an illness, just in time for the beginning of Oktoberfest.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he will “roll out the red carpet” to American businesses, hinting at major reforms post-Brexit to taxation and regulations which would expand Britain’s global reach to investors and increase trade.
Seize the Means of Education: Labour Backs Abolishing Private Schools, ‘Redistributing’ Their Assets
Labour Party members have backed "integrating" private schools into the public education system, effectively abolishing independent education, with the institutions' assets being seized by the State and "redistributed" to other schools.
Khan’s London: Virtue-Signalling ‘Car Free Day’ to Disrupt City as Roads Shut for Festivals, Yoga Sessions
Mayor Sadiq Khan will close 16 miles of London's roads on Sunday to celebrate "World Car Free Day", causing traffic jams and delays around the city.
A survey of Britons has found that millennials are the least happy out of all age groups, with the baby-boomer generation being the happiest.
Labour's London mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a pilot programme which would see women who have committed "lower-level, non-violent offences", such as thieves and shoplifters, avoid jail in favour of receiving mental health and substance abuse support.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has criticised senior Eurocrat Guy Verhofstadt for praising thenew “world order” of “empires”, but said it was time to be straight about Brussels' intentions to build a new European Empire.
London's left-wing mayor Sadiq Khan has said the Labour Party should back revoking Article 50, cancelling Brexit.
Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has suggested that the transition period -- when the UK is still closely aligned to the EU after Brexit Day -- could last until 2022, six years after the vote to Leave.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron has said that a second Brexit referendum cannot be ruled out, and opposed Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament.
Chairman of the European Research Group (ERG) Steve Baker has called on the prime minister to reverse his rejection of an election pact with Nigel Farage, with other Tory Spartans saying the agreement is needed to win Brexit-supporting seats in Labour heartlands.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Brexit will result in the European Union having an "economic competitor at our door" and that the bloc would be weaker for Britain's exit.
A school in England has banned its female pupils from wearing skirts "to protect their modesty" when using glass-sided stairwells.
Open borders activists have criticised the "fascist rhetoric" and "deeply worrying" new vice president commissioner role of "Protecting Our European Way of Life" -- despite the role focusing on integrating migrants and working on a new EU asylum pact, not stopping mass migration.
Reports have revealed that the Labour Party is planning to vote down the Queen's speech next month and attempt to topple the Conservative government with a confidence vote, whilst the rabidly pro-Remain Liberal Democrats plan to rally behind revoking Article 50, cancelling Brexit altogether.
The future president of the European Council has expressed concern about Britain politically drifting away from Europe and towards America, the comments coming as the UK reportedly threatened to pull out of EU defence commitments.
A man in his 20s has been shot dead in broad daylight in south east London on Sunday.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has said that he is "100 per cent sincere" about a non-aggression pact with the Conservatives and has pledged to not stand candidates against the 28 Tory "Spartans" in theEuropean Research Group (ERG) who opposed Theresa May’s soft-Brexit deal.
Dominic Raab has said that Boris Johnson is “sticking to his guns” on his Brexit plans, saying that despite the efforts of JeremyCorbyn’s “surrender bill” to stop no deal Brexit, the UK will leave the EU on October 31st “come
Brexiteer MP John Mann has quit the House of Commons over antisemitism, saying he would "never forgive" Jeremy Corbyn for allowing the party to be "hijacked" by antisemites.
Members of the Conservative Party's European Research Group (ERG) are reportedly holding "very tentative" talks with the Brexit Party over striking an election pact.
Boris Johnson has said that he "will not" ask the EU for a further Brexit delay even if anti-Brexit legislation is passed, with Remainers planning to take the prime minister to court if he refuses.
Six people, including two children, were treated for exposure to a suspected chemical substance following an attempted robbery at a Co-op in Birmingham.
The leftist media have spun the narrative that there is mass outrage at Boris Johnson calling Jeremy Corbyn a "big girl's blouse" (a coward) for refusing to back an election, implying the comments were sexist and homophobic.
Deja Vu All over Again: EU Says No Deal 'Never Been Closer' - But Will It Grant Another Delay to Keep Hold of Britain?
After Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost a vote to the Remainer-dominated House of Commons, the Europeans have said that a no deal Brexit is now more likely than ever.
The UK's suicide rate has risen for the first time in five years, with men still three times more likely than women to take their own lives.
Brexiteers have called out the "betrayal" of MPs voting to take over Commons business in order to push a bill that could make a no deal Brexit illegal.
Philip Lee has crossed the floor during Prime Minister Boris Johnson's speech in the House of Commons to join the Liberal Democrats, wiping out the Conservative government's majority.
The government has launched a "Get Ready" for no deal Brexit campaign, signalling Prime Minister Johnson's dedication to delivering on the will of the people on October 31st.
Six men have been convicted of the historic grooming and raping of vulnerable underaged girls in Rotherham, the latest convictions to come out of the National Crime Agency's Operation Stovewood.
Italy's caretaker Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has accepted a mandate to form a new coalition with the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) and the left-wing Democratic Party after former deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini pulled out of the governing partnership with the M5S.
Rees-Mogg Criticises Remainer Hysteria over Suspending Parliament, 'No Harm Comes from Respecting Voters' Will'
Leader of the House of Commons Jacob Rees-Mogg has criticised Remainer MPs for accusing Prime Minister Boris Johnson of triggering a constitutional crisis by suspending Parliament before Brexit day, asserting, "no harm ever came from respecting the will of the voters".
The number of acid attacks at record levels, having increased over tenfold in six years, with young children among the victims.
Remainer Parliamentarians have been in hysterics over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement that his government will suspend parliament in the autumn, with Europhile MPs saying it will give themless time to activate plots to stop Brexit.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could face a rebellion from Brexiteer Tory MPs if he only seeks to renegotiate the backstop of the EU-approved withdrawal treaty, with Leavers warning the deal "binds the UK into a permanent relationship with the EU".
London's Goldsmiths is hosting the Communist University, a series of lectures organised by the Communist Party of Great Britain.
A poll has revealed that most Britons back a no-deal Brexit over Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming a caretaker prime minister and calling a second EU referendum.
Tory grandee and arch-Remainer Ken Clarke has said that he would challenge Boris Johnson's leadership to stop a clean, no-deal Brexit on October 31st.
A migrant who arrived in the country as an asylum seeker four years ago was jailed for murdering a young woman who refused his sexual advances.
A television advertisement featuring a mother caring for her baby while men are being adventurous was taken off air after new rules came into force banning portrayals of "harmful gender stereotypes" in commercials.
Brexiteers have hailed reports that Boris Johnson's government is to end the supremacy of EU law in the United Kingdom by repealing theEuropean Communities Act 1972 after October 31st, the prime minister's pledged "do or die" exit date.
Afghan asylum seekerSamiualahq Akbari, who asked victims if they were "English" before attempting to stab them, has been jailed for 21 years.
A man was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm after a stabbing outside of the Home Office on Thursday.
John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, has said that the United Kingdom and United States are “on course for an unprecedented partnership” during a visit to Britain.
More than 1,000 staff at the BBC have been handed pay raises of between 10 and more than 20 per cent, while the corporation continues to claim it cannot afford to provide free television licences for over-75s.
President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser John Bolton has criticised EU elites for ignoring the will of the people and forcing them to vote again "until they get it right".
Worthing beach in the south of England has been evacuated after what police have called a "hazardous material incident", with members of the public reporting cases of vomiting and sore eyes.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after allegedly running over a police officer with his own patrol vehicle in Birmingham.
A plurality of Britons would back leaving the EU on time, even without a deal, over delaying or cancelling Brexit.
One person has been shot after a gunman entered theAl-Noor Islamic Centre in Bærum, near the Norwegian capital, Oslo police have said.