A Gambian migrant has been imprisoned forcing his way into an 11-year-old girl's bedroom and subjecting her to a "horrifying" rape in Bradford, England.
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Labour's David Lammy MP has shared song lyrics describing the "shame" of being a white male, and the "evil" of their "ancestry".
Flashback: Cameron Promised No Second Referendum, 'When the British People Speak, They Will Be Respected'
Former prime minister David Cameron has emerged from hiding to say MPs should not "rule out" making the British people vote on Brexit again -- but in 2015 he promised the first vote would be "final", and that “There will not be another renegotiation and another referendum.
A member of the London Assembly representing the left-liberal Green Party was arrested for blocking traffic during street protests against Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue (temporarily suspend) Parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline.
Khan Brands Trump 'Global Poster Boy for White Nationalism', Attacks Polish Govt, Farage, Orban, Salvini
London mayor Sadiq Khan branded President Donald Trump "the global poster-boy for white nationalism", attacked Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, and denounced the Polish government, Hungary's ViktorOrbán, Italy's Matteo Salvini, and France's Marine Le Pen as far-right ahead of a trip to Gdansk to commemorate the outbreak of the Second World War.
Democrat left-winger Ilhan Omar wants the United Nations to take control of the U.S.-Mexico border to handle migrants "humanely" -- despite its long record of child abuse scandals.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has endorsed a plot by hard-left supporters to occupy the Palace of Westminster and "shut down the streets" to protest Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue (temporarily suspend) Parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline.
Orban to 'Brother in Arms' Salvini: Hungarians 'Will Never Forget' Your Fight for Strong Borders, European Heritage
Hungarian premierViktor Orbán has sent a warm letter to Italian populist leader Matteo Salvini, who is leaving government as the formerly anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) forms a new coalition with the left-establishment Democratic Party (PD) to avoid fresh elections.
His Dark Materials author Philip Pullman appeared to suggest that Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be publicly lynched shortly after tweeting that the country must "get rid of him" as "finally as possible".
The EU loyalist Best for Britain group appeared to invoke the fate of the beheaded King Charles I after Queen Elizabeth II agreed to prorogue (temporarily suspend) Parliament for a few weeks before the Brexit deadline.
A Pakistani doctor who blamed his sexual assault on a student nurse on the different "cultural norms" of his home country has been allowed to return to work.
The British government cannot put an end to the Free Movement migration regime after Brexit because it will have no means of telling which EU nationals have a right to be in the country and which do not, experts say.
British prime minister Boris Johnson has reiterated his determination that Brexit takes place on October 31st at a G7 meeting with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson have predicted "fantastic mini-deals" and "a very big trade deal" after Brexit, with the American saying he believes the Tory MP is "the right man for the job".
Sky News has been mocked mercilessly for a report on the threat which Brexit supposedly poses to the "key childcare option" of importing foreign au pairs to look after children.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip 'Remainer Phil' Hammond is preparing to hold anti-Brexit talks with the European Union, according to reports.
The number of illegal migrants landing in Greece, numbered in the hundreds of thousands at the height of the migrant crisis, is surging upwards once more.
Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) has admitted its figures underestimate long-term migration between 2009 and 2016 by almost a quarter of a million.
School examiners failed a 16-year-old vegetarian for remarking on her negative view of halal slaughter, claiming inaccurately that she had made "obscene racial comments... throughout an exam paper".
London Police Were Aware of Allegations Epstein Trafficked Minors to UK, But Decided Against 'Full Investigation'
London police were alerted to allegations Jeffrey Epstein was trafficking minors to the United Kingdom for sex, but they declined to conduct a "full investigation" and "the matter was closed".
An HIV-positive man remanded in custody for beating a woman squirted a mixture of what he said was "s***t, p*** and a bit of semen" in the faces of prison guards, but was allowed to walk out of court with a suspended sentence.
54 per cent of Britons want the Prime Minister to deliver Brexit "by any means" necessary, even if he has to temporarily suspend Parliament to stop MPs from cancelling or delaying its October 31st deadline.
Italian populist Matteo Salvini has rebuked U.S. celebrity Richard Gere over whether a boatload of illegal migrants should be allowed into Italy, suggesting he should look after them in Hollywood.
West Midlands Police officers were attacked and had seemingly volatile chemicals thrown on them less than 24 hours after a colleague was mown down in a hijacked police vehicle.
Graphic video of a violent machete attack on an unarmed police officer in London has emerged, as officers come forward to express concern over rising violence against colleagues.
A police officer is in critical condition after a "sudden and brutal" machete attack in Leyton, east London.
Poland is abolishing income tax for millions of young people, in order to discourage "brain drain" and encourage young emigrants who have abandoned the country for other EU member-states under the Free Movement migration regime to come home.
The Central Bank of Ireland believes that not enough migrants are arriving to have a "wage-dampening effect", and that "if wagesare not downwardly flexible" it could become a "concern".
The Metropolitan Police are investigating after footage of a woman clad in an Islamic niqab abusing Gay Pride marchers as "despicable people" went viral on social media.
U.S. President Donald Trump has revealed that his administration is already working on a trade deal with British prime minister Boris Johnson, which he predicts will boost British-American trade by three, four, perhaps even five times.
Migration Watch UK has launched an official petition against Boris Johnson's proposal to give amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants.
With Boris Johnson succeeding Theresa May as Tory leader, many believe the United Kingdom now has its “British Trump” — but the American and the Englishman are not as similar as they might appear.
A police manhunt is underway after a suspected CS gas attack on a London Underground train left commuters struggling for breath.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has announced the seizure of a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
Reports: Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Seizes British Tanker - UPDATE: Second Ship Seized
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has announced the seizure of a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid appeared to side with Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar after a Donald Trump rally where attendees chanted "send her back" -- despite having stripped a number of British nationals with foreign roots of citizenship himself.
Corbyn, Khan, Among UK Politicians to Sign Letter Accusing Trump of 'Unashamed Racism' Against 'The Squad'
Dozens of British politicians including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and London mayor Sadiq Khan have signed an open letter produced by the Soros-funded HOPE Not Hate group, accusing U.S.
Senior doctors in the Welsh capital of Cardiff have reported a rise in "punishment stabbings" designed to maim their victims, and that they are dealing with knife wounds almost every week.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has vowed his Brexit Party will"replace the British Conservative Party" if Boris Johnson betrays Brexit.
Hungary PM Warns on Long-term Migrant Crisis: 'Millions Will Arrive, Our Task Is to Defend Our People'
Hungarian prime ministerViktor Orbán has warned that the migrant crisis is a long-term phenomenon, and that Europe's nation-states must be prepared to correct the EU's mistakes.
Tommy Robinson has reportedly been transferred to Belmarsh prison, a maximum security facility once described in UK media as "a jihadi training camp".
The number of Central Americans claiming asylum in the European Union has massively increased as President Donald Trump has moved to tighten America's southern border, with Venezuelans now the second-largest demographic after Syrians.
The CEO of Aston Martin says the iconic marque has planned for a No Deal Brexit, and branded Theresa May's negotiations with the European Union "laughable".
Tommy Robinson has been re-sentenced to nine months in prison following his reconviction for contempt of court.
The Migration Watch UK think tank has slammed Boris Johnson's latest proposal to give amnesty to illegal migrants who have been in Britain for 15 years, saying it would be "manna for traffickers".
After winning the European Parliament elections, Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has unveiled its candidates for the next Westminster election at its "Big Vision" rally.
Italy's populist deputy prime minister and minister of the interior Matteo Salvini has proposed a border barrier to halt illegal immigration from the Balkans, similar to the one U.S.
No Collusion, Brexit Edition: Clegg Admits 'Absolutely No Evidence' Russia Influenced Vote via Facebook
Anti-Brexit former Liberal Democrats leader and former deputy prime minister turned California big tech executive Sir Nick Clegg has admitted there is "absolutely no evidence" the Russian government influenced the EU referendum via Facebook.
Three people had acid thrown on them in two separate incidents over just a few hours in London, including a market stall vendor targeted by people "wearing burqas".
Alarm bells are ringing for some Brexiteers after Project Fear architect George Osborne appeared to endorse Boris Johnson's candidacy for Tory leader.
Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson has reportedly snubbed a one-on-one meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, despite the American leader's warm words about his potential as a possible prime minister.
Hard-left Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn railed against President Trump at a protest in London, saying he was "proud" the capital has a Muslim mayor and suggesting the American had created a "sense of hate".
Sadiq Khan has said Donald Trump should not be granted a state visit in Britain, branding him part of the "global threat" of a rising "far right" -- and accusing Nigel Farage and national populist leaders like Italy's Matteo Salvini and Hungary'sViktor Orbán of emulating "20th-century fascists".
U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to criticise Theresa May's handling of Brexit, saying she left the EU with "all the cards" -- and criticising her for not involving Nigel Farage in the negotiations.
Police are seeking an "Asian male" with a "foreign accent" who held a knife to the throat of a 19-month baby during a "terrifying" daylight street robbery in Normanby, England.
Pictures and video circulating on social media appear to show an elderly gentleman wearing a Brexit Party rosette who has been "milkshaked" outside a polling station in England.
The government of Sri Lanka has banned full face coverings, including but not limited to the Islamic burqa and niqab, as an emergency measure following the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks targeting Christians and tourists.
Britain pre-eminent conservative philosopher, Sir Roger Scruton, has said he is "not very impressed" by the way the Conservative Party hastily sacked him from an unpaid advisory post after the left-wing New Statesman published misleading extracts of an interview with him.
Modern architects have begun circling the charred remains of Notre Dame, proposing that it should not be faithfully restored, but rebuilt with "contemporary" features such as a glass roof, steel spire, or even a minaret.
A radical group linked to the Islamic State has threatened an attack on the damaged cathedral of Notre Dame, or possibly another historic Christian building.
Plans for a series of Islamic State terrorist attacks across Europe in emulation of the Bataclan massacre in Paris, France, have been revealed.
Iraq War architect and former New Labour prime minister Tony Blair has pleaded the case for a second referendum on Brexit in the Irish press, alongside former Irish leaderBertie Ahern.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has urged voters not to give up on the electoral process and disengage, but to punish the political establishment at the ballot box instead.
'I've Never Seen So Many White People' – Ofcom Receives 2,644 Complaints About Ch4 Brexit Protest Coverage
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom is investigating Channel 4 coverage of a protest against the Government cancelling Brexit day on March 29th, in which veteran broadcaster Jon Snow exclaimed, "I've never seen so many white people in one place!"
Heavyweight Brexiteer and Tory leadership candidate Boris Johnson has denounced Theresa May's decision to allow Labour's Jeremy Corbyn to dictate the terms on Brexit in order to get a deal through Parliament.
Anti-Brexit Tory MP Dominic Grieve has lost avote of confidence from his constituency association -- but instead of moving to deselect the unpopular MP, party elites want to get rid of the local activists.
The Hungarian government claims a suspected Islamic State terrorist who entered Europe posing as a refugee was in possession of a pre-paid debit card from the European Union, and that the EU has issued 64,000 such cards to migrants.
The Metropolitan Police are hunting a 6'3" black male suspect after four people were approached from behind and stabbed, seemingly at random, in the Edmonton area of London.
'I've Never Seen So Many White People' – Jon Snow of Channel 4 Under Fire for Brexit Protest Commentary
Jon Snow, star anchor for the publicly-owned Channel 4 News, has drawn criticism for appearing to racialise protests in support of Brexit yesterday, claiming he had "never seen so many white people in one place".
A tanker hijacked by migrants it picked up in the Mediterranean has docked in the tiny island nation of Malta following a special forces operation.
Farage Rallies Hundreds of Brexit Marchers Against EU Loyalists: 'They Are the Minority, We Are the Majority'
Brexit campaign leader Nigel Farage has addressed hundreds of Leave supporters on the March for Brexit from Sunderland to London, reminding them that “we are the majority”.
The number of far-right terror cases the authorities are faced with is “absolutely dwarfed” by the number of cases related to radical Islam, according to Britain’s Security Service, better known as MI5.
Backbench heavyweight Boris Johnson has all but confirmed he will vote against Theresa May's proposed Withdrawal Agreement again if she puts it to MPs for a third time -- with ministers signalling she may abandon "Meaningful Vote 3" if it looks certain she cannot win it.
Theresa May has managed to pass a motion in favour of extending Article 50 negotiations with the European Union, which would delay Brexit beyond March 29th -- something she repeatedly promised she would not do.
Reactions to the second rejection of Theresa May's deal with the European Union have been rolling in from Brexiteers both within and without Parliament, with MPs defending their decision to vote against the Prime Minister but fearful of her planned free vote on taking "No Deal" off the negotiating table.
A 20-year-old Croatian citizen has appeared in court for the knife murder of 17-year-old Jodie Chesney in Romford, London.
British Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wrightappeared to threaten heavier regulation of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix to "encourage" them to "reflect and represent" the "full diversity" of the United Kingdom, like the BBC.
Another teenager has been stabbed to death in London, as Britain remains in the grip of a violent knife crime epidemic.
Top economists at Germany'sIfo Institute have admitted that a "No Deal" Brexit -- "Hard Brexit", according to detractors, or "Clean Brexit", according to proponents -- would not leave the United Kingdom any worse off than the European Union, unless it was executed extremely poorly.
While anti-Brexiteers have been at pains to emphasise the potential risks of a No Deal exit from the European Union and draw tenuous links between the global downturn in diesel car sales and Britain's pending departure from the bloc in recent weeks, British industry has been enjoyed a series of important but little-reported success stories.
Businesses are losing patience with the ongoing uncertainty surrounding whether Britain will have a clean Brexit, Brexit-in-name-only, or no Brexit at all, as British europhiles and Brussels eurocrats push Theresa May to delay exit day.
Tommy Robinson has revealed undercover recordings of top BBC journalist John Sweeney, accusing thereporter of planning afake news hit job in collusion with HOPE Not Hate, a far-left activist organisation which has received funding from billionaire plutocrat George Soros.
A teenager has died after he and another individual were attacked by a group armed with "at least one firearm, knives, and a samurai sword" in London.
A delegation of four Remainers in Theresa May's Cabinet have confronted her and warned her she must delay Brexit rather than pursue a clean, No Deal break with the EU.
Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has warned that the European Union is pushing for more immigration at a time when radical Islamic extremists are returning from the ruins of the Islamic State caliphate "by the hundreds", and this "must be stopped".
The British economy is matching or outpacing growth in the Eurozone'sleading countries as Brexit approaches, with inflation falling and real wages rising.
The United Kingdom and the United States have signed a MutualRecognition Agreement to ensure British-American trade continues seamlessly after Brexit, undercutting EU loyalists who claimed it would be damaged.
Former Labour leader Tony Blair has admitted there is a "nascent alliance" between Islamists and the political left in Britain.
Hungarian foreign ministerPéter Szijjártó has described how his country has rejected multiculturalism and mass migration and as a solution to demographic and labour market challenges, favouring a more socially cohesive society and policies which support local people to raise families and up-skill.
Gun crime has hit a ten-year high in the English counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, andWest Yorkshire, despite strict gun control laws.
Conservative Party officials are reportedly drawing up plans to delay Brexit, secure support for an EU deal in April, and hold a snap election on June 6th.
A teenager who knocked a 74-year-old former British ambassador to the United States unconscious on the London Underground and left him with "horrific injuries" has been let off with a 12-month referral order and a £500 compensation charge.
Leave-supporting entrepreneur Sir James Dyson has exploded claims his decision to move two executives to Singapore, far outside the EU, proves he is abandoning Brexit Britain.
The United States Embassy in Bern, Switzerland, has issued a security alert after reports of an explosion near its consular agency in Geneva.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand has vowed her country will stand by Britain after Brexit, encouraging it to leave the EU on terms which will allow the Kiwis to deepen their commercial ties to the mother country.
Theresa May's government has survived a vote of no confidence by 325 votes to 306.
Theresa May's government has survived a vote of no confidence by 325 votes to 306.
Members of Parliament are holding the "meaningful vote" on Theresa May's contentious Withdrawal Agreement with the European Union.
The parliamentary tussle between supporters of Theresa May's deal with the EU, supporters of a second referendum, and advocates of a fresh General Election is "the political establishment fighting over their preferred method of stopping Brexit", according to UKIP leader Gerard Batten.
Police in Sadiq Khan's London are seeking two males after a young man was sexually assaulted in a public street.