A week after news reports began surfacing of a growing Chinese coronavirus outbreak in southern Yunnan province, Chinese state media confirmed Thursday that the Communist Party chief in Ruili, the city where the outbreak began, lost his job for "serious negligence in epidemic control.
Police detective turned rape gangs whistleblower Maggie Oliver has blamed the "institutional cowardice" of Britain's courts and police forces for the fact that convicted predators are receiving soft sentences and, in many cases, remain at large in their victims' communities.
Police were volubly expelled from a Polish church in Alberta, Canada after disrupting an Easter service, with the pastor denouncing them as "Gestapo Nazi communist fascists" and "psychopaths".
Labour's Shadow Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary David Lammy listed heavyweight boxing legend Smokin' Joe Frazier alongside Judas Iscariot and the KKK in a bizarre Good Friday message.
The union representing a teacher suspended from Batley Grammar School for showing images of the Islamic prophet during a lesson on blasphemy donated thousands of pounds to a charity that doxed him and accused him of "terrorism".
The father of a teacher suspended fromBatley Grammar School for showing images of Islam's prophet Mohammed during a lesson on blasphemy says the school "threw him under a bus".
Customers at pubs, cafes, and restaurants will all be forced to sign in when they are finally allowed to reopen for outdoor service from April 12th, it has been revealed, in a move which has upset struggling hospitality businesses.
An illegal alien who passed throughTurkey, Greece, Germany, and France before reaching England in the back of a lorry has been convicted of murdering and dismembering Lorraine Cox in Exeter, Devon.
The University of Winchester has unveiled its almost £24,000 statue of Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, angering staff who have faced years of cutbacks.
One man has been knifed to death and two others hospitalised in a suspected triple stabbing in Croydon, London.
Joe Biden even urged private businesses to continue requiring that customers wear masks.
Sadiq Khan's "Housing Design Advocate" has denounced traditional architecture as "offensive" and said it "harks back to oppression".
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has announced sanctions on a number of high-profile British politicians, lawyers, and campaigners, in retaliation for sanctions on regime officials for human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The University of Winchester is spending over £23,000 ($31,500) on a statue of Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, it has been revealed.
Prince Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, have teamed up with a former Hilary Clinton campaigner who believes that all white people are "rife with internalised racism and unconscious bias".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered his "sincere condolences" to people who have lost loved ones to the pandemic on the one-year anniversary of lockdown.
A takeaway worker who stalked and sexually assaulted a woman on the street at night was allowed to walk out of court a free man after his defence argued that he was "the sole earner" in his family and jailing him "would have a significant impact".
Immigration judges have restored the British citizenship of three British-Bangladeshi Islamic State defectors, one of whom was not even born in the country.
Nigel Farage has speculated that the case of a woman murdered and dismembered in Exeter is receiving little attention compared to Sarah Everard because the suspect is a migrant and the killing does not help the "anti-police" agenda.
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