Huawei has told its Chinese employees working in Europe that if they marry Westerners, they could face being fired or forced to leave the continent for "betrayal", an investigation has found.
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British government-sponsored vaccine passports will be issued to thousands of Britons after the receive the coronavirus inoculations in a ‘trial’ run of the programme this month. The health passport — which will come in the form of a smartphone application
The European Union will not require the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to ban the use of forced labour before ratifying the proposed €120 billion investment pact with the authoritarian regime, France’s junior minister for trade said on Tuesday.
'Indicative of Genocide': CCP's Abuses in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Tibet Detailed by Tory Human Rights Commission
Evidence points to the CCP committing crimes "indicative of genocide" in Xinjiang, the UK's Conservative Party Human Rights Commission said.
A city council in the UK is set to remove the statue of a British war hero after a Black Lives Matter inspired review determined that he represent colonialism and does not represent women and so-called ‘gender non-binary’ people.
The coronavirus lockdowns implemented by the British government will force at least a quarter of a million small businesses to shut down for good if they are not bailed out by the taxpayer, business leaders have predicted.
Deutsche Bank AG has reportedly decided to cut ties with President Donald Trump as well as his private companies following the unrest at Capitol Hill last week.
The former leader of the Labour Party and ex-prime minister, Tony Blair, has reportedly been advising UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock on the country's vaccination response.
‘Capitol Hill is the 9/11 Moment of Social Media’ -- EU Commissioner Calls for Govt Control of the Internet
The European Commissioner for the internal market described the storming the U.S. Congress as the “9/11 moment of social media” and has called for the United States to work alongside the EU to implement more restrictions on speech on the
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has quietly embarked on a campaign to remove any reference to the European Union throughout tens of thousands of Britain's laws, in what is being described in Whitehall as "Operation Bleach".
England's second-largest police force will shell out nearly two hundred thousand pounds per year on 'woke' diversity officers whose goal is to foster an environment of 'inclusiveness' rather than on actually fighting crime.
Coronavirus patients could be chosen for treatment based off of their potential value to society or by "lottery" if hospitals are overrun, an emergency protocol drafted by Britain's socialised health care system has warned.
The British government sent nearly £150 million to firms connected to the concentration camp regime in the Chinese region of Xinjiang for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus outbreak in the UK.
Denmark is set to introduce a government-sponsored coronavirus vaccine passport in coordination with airliners early this year, a national Danish broadcaster has revealed.
Denmark is set to introduce a government-sponsored coronavirus vaccine passport in coordination with airliners early this year, a national Danish broadcaster has revealed.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage warned that lockdowns in the United Kingdom are pushing the country into a full-on police state, predicting that the battle to regain individual liberty will be a tougher struggle than leaving the European Union.
A top police commissioner in England has called for the power for police to enter private homes without a warrant for suspected of breaches of the country's coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
In response to the mass arrests of pro-democracy activists and politicians in Hong Kong, British politicians called on the European Union to abandon the investment pact it struck with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), including Brexit leader Nigel Farage who said that "Brussels' greed is helping the regime to take over the world.
Britain is becoming a “totalitarian woke state” according to a former leader of the Conservative Party, as the UK’s broadcasting regulator has expanded its definition of hate speech to include transgender intolerance and ‘political or any other opinion’.
Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) may be forced to cancel cancer operations in response to the Chinese coronavirus, a top medical chief in the UK has warned.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage warned that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government is likely to sell the UK "down the river on immigration", predicting that even with the country's departure from the European Union, illegal immigration will continue at pace.
The New York Times has been accused of spreading false information about the United Kingdom's coronavirus vaccine guidelines, after publishing a reportedly misleading article and post on social media.
The EU's investment pact with the China has been characterised as a "real setback for the free world" by the founder of Hong Kong Watch
Infected Until Proven Immune? UK Health Secretary Demands Everyone Behave ‘As if They Have the Virus’
Health Secretary Matt Hancock took aim at the British public’s “behaviour” on Monday for the spread of the coronavirus, going on to demand that everyone should act as though they are already infected with the virus.
A UK judge ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the U.S., due to fears of increased suicide risk.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage released footage at the weekend of what appear to be the first illegal boat migrants landing in Britain following the country’s departure from the European Union.
Just Two Per Cent of Suspected Terrorists Are Still Being Tracked by UK Govt’s Anti-Extremism Programme
The British government's anti-radicalisation programme is only monitoring two per cent of all suspected terrorists flagged with security services, Home Office data has revealed.
Britain's youngest terrorist, who was convicted of plotting to behead a police officer at the age of 14, is set to be released back on to the streets wit lifelong anonymity after serving just five years in custody.
Black Lives Matter disorder spread across the Atlantic with remarkable speed in 2020 after the death of George Floyd in the United States, with statues torn down or vandalised across the country and London repeatedly plunged into violent disorder, despite lockdowns.
A group of thirty-three illegal boat migrants made a last-minute dash across the English Channel on New Year's Eve, in order to land on British shores before the end of the Brexit "transition" period.
The "sexist" European Union tax on tampons has been abolished in the United Kingdom following the departure from the bloc at the end of the Brexit transition period.
Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, has announced his intention to run for Mayor of London in this years' election.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage said that after completing his "life's work" of securing the United Kingdom's independence from the European Union, his next major campaign will be to reduce Britain's dependence on China.
The deputy chief medical officer for England has warned that even for those who have been vaccinated, social distancing measures will likely remain in place for months.
Police in England have arrested a woman in connection with a video of an allegedly "empty" hospital in Gloucestershire that was posted on social media.
Immigrants from the European Union will have to wait for five years before claiming benefits from the British government following the end of the Brexit transition period on December 31st.
Radical ‘Black Panther’ Sasha Johnson has called for the creation of a “race offenders’ register” that would block people from securing work if they have been found to have made “microaggressions” and demanded that black people in the UK receive
Over 100,000 homes will need to be built in England every year as a result of mass migration, analysis from the Migration Watch UK think tank has found.
A convicted Albanian killer has escaped deportation because of a legal failure on the part of the British government.
Britain is facing a 'Tier 5' national lockdown as government scientists have told Prime Minister Boris Johnson that the current restrictions are not harsh enough to slow the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
The year in which the United Kingdom finally left the European Union was marred by record waves of illegal immigration across the English Channel, as an estimated 9,000 boat migrants landed on British shores.
America's Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Woody Johnson, has suggested that U.S. and British negotiators are close to securing a trade deal before the end of President Trump's term in office.
Police in Wales sent home a couple for attempting to travel to Mount Snowdon to see the sunrise on Christmas Day for allegedly breaching the country's coronavirus restrictions.
Brexit Boom: UK Overtakes India as World’s 5th Largest Economy, Expected to Outpace France Post-Brexit
Great Britain has retaken its position at the world's fifth-largest economy, overtaking India, and is expected to massively outpace France in the coming years as it finally frees itself from the European Union.
All travellers from the United Kingdom will be required to provide a negative coronavirus test before boarding flights to the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for a "radical acceleration" of the UK's vaccination programme and argued for the uptake of "health passports" to ostensibly confront the Chinese coronavirus.
Mr Farage said that as millions of Britons remain under lockdown during Christmas, the ire of the public should be aimed at China.
A satirical deepfake message from the ‘Queen’ will be aired on Christmas by the British broadcaster Channel 4, prompting outrage and condemnation. The deepfake video, which was voiced by actress Debra Stephenson, is ostensibly aimed at highlighting the spread of
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Police Checks for UK Travellers, $1,000 Fines for Breaking Quarantine
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday that travellers from the United Kingdom will face home visits from police officers to enforce a quarantine order against Britons.
Stranded truckers in Kent have clashed with police, as some 5,000 lorries have been prevented from entering France after French President Emmanuel Macron closed the border due to fears of a new mutation of the Chinese coronavirus.
The British government has lost track of over 37,000 migrants after they skipped bail or absconded from detention centres, a freedom of information request has revealed.
Return of Professor Lockdown: Disgraced Neil Ferguson Advising Boris Johnson on Coronavirus 'Mutation'
Professor Neil Ferguson has been confirmed to be advising Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government on coronavirus, despite officially resigning in May for breaching his own lockdown restrictions to meet with his married lover.
Watch: 'The Beginning of Fascism' -- London Mayoral Candidate Questioned by Police for Speaking with Reporters
London Assembly Member David Kurten was questioned by police while giving an interview to Breitbart News, in which he characterised Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s response to the coronavirus as fascistic.
Exclusive Video: 'The Government Are the Criminals!' -- Police Clash with Anti-Lockdown Protesters in London
London Police forcibly shut down an anti-lockdown protest on Saturday for allegedly breaching the city’s coronavirus restrictions, arresting 29 people in the process. Approximately 150 protesters took to the streets of the British capital, demanding that the government rescind its
People-smuggling gangs in France are offering cut-rate Christmas prices to facilitate illegal boat migrants making the journey across the English Channel for as little as £300.
Pro-migrant “activist” lawyers successfully launched a last-minute legal challenge to block the deportation of over 20 Channel migrants. On Tuesday, 23 illegal migrants were pulled off of a Home Office charter deportation flight to Poland on human rights grounds, with
The UK will require "resuscitation facilities" in COVID vaccine centres after two healthcare workers suffered reactions to the virus.
A UK advisory committee has warned against people with a "significant" history of allergic reactions from taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
French authorities have charged a Tunisian migrant for allegedly stabbing three people to death during a terror attack in Nice, France.
The Network of Sikh Organisations praised theEditors' Code for recommending against using the word 'Asian' in reference to grooming gangs.
A residential building scheme in Birmingham, England will feature a slew of woke street names, including “Diversity Grove” and “Equality Road” after the city council approved the names on Tuesday.
Another 111 illegal boat migrants landed on British shores on Monday, a daily record for the number of illegal crossings for the month of December. Despite Britain agreeing to pay the French another £28 millionto step up patrols of the
Local inhabitants of a small village in rural England have raised concerns after Home Office plans revealed that the government is considering the construction of a migrant camp outside the settlement.
Eurocrats met in Brussels to discuss strategies for working closer with Biden, on issues such as the green agenda and the Chinese coronavirus.
A human rights law was successfully used to block the deportation of a Turkish drug lord from the United Kingdom despite previously being ruled by British judges to be a “danger to the community”.
The UK government has refused to rule out whether the coronavirus 'immunisation cards' will be used as immunity passports.
The European Union won’t offer the UK “anything”, warns Brexit leader Nigel Farage, who predicted on Monday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will ultimately cave to EU demands in favour of securing a trade deal.
Nigel Farage said that his new party, Reform UK, will recruit candidates to stand against "any and every" politician who backs Prime Minister Boris Johnson's green agenda to transform British cities.
Over one-third of the British public say they are unlikely to take the Chinese coronavirus vaccine, a poll from Opinium has found.
Members of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet have backed the possibility of leaving the European Union without a trade deal, as lastest talks with the EU failed to make any meaningful progress on key differences.
Paris erupted into chaotic scenes on Saturday as black bloc Antifa protesters assaulted police officers, vandalised storefronts, and set fires throughout the city.
A scientific group advising the British government has said that Chinese coronavirus immunity passports could be issued to those who have been vaccinated or have recovered from the virus.
Labour has suspended the mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, from the party after he was arrested and questioned by police investigating bribery and witness intimidation related to building contracts in the city.
'No Deal Is Better Than a Bad Deal': Farage Predicts Boris Will 'Sell Out' Brexit, as Crunch Talks Are 'Paused'
Brexit leader Nigel Farage predicted that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will cave in during Brexit negotiations with the European Union and sell out the UK in favour of securing a trade deal with the bloc.
The deal between France and the United Kingdom will do little to stem the tides of illegal boat migrants unless the British government adopts an Australian 'turn back the boats' policy in the English Channel, said Brexit leader Nigel Farage.
Chinese coronavirus vaccine passport cards will be issued by the government in Wales, the country’s left-wing health minister confirmed on Wednesday. Following the announcement that the United Kingdom would be the first Western nation to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine,
Lancashire Police say two women were stabbed in an attack inside an English department in Burnley store on Wednesday morning.
A group of over 100 local pubs have barred Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford from entering their businesses in response to his draconian decree that banned pubs and restaurants from selling alcohol.
In the latest instalment of ‘Nigel Farage Investigates’, the Brexit leader spoke to a struggling pub in London which claimed that their local council “entrapped” them into violating Chinese coronavirus restrictions.
The Migration Watch UK think tank described the introduction of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s points-based immigration system as a “total surrender to big business”, warning that the despite leaving the EU, the UK will see a rise in migration.
Over 2,500 foreign criminals have been released onto the streets of Britain rather than being deported in the last year alone.
The deputy leader of the British Labour Party, Angela Rayner, has threatened that thousands of members could be expelled from the party an effort to purge anti-Semitism from their ranks.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is “licking its chops” at the thought of a Joe Biden presidency, warned Brexit leader and longtime ally of President Donald Trump, Nigel Farage.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid said that left-wing activists who victim blame the West or consistently "cry Islamophobia" when attempts are made to confront radical Islamism undermine the UK's ability to deal with the problem.
The British government is reportedly set to introduce vaccine stamps in passports by next year for those who have been inoculated against the Chinese coronavirus, in a bid to ostensibly bolster the travel industry.
Britons should avoid gathering around the Monopoly board, singing with family members, or hugging loved ones during the Christmas season, the government's scientific quango has warned.
At least 81 people were arrested as mass protests and riots broke out on the streets of Paris against a proposed law that would criminalise the filming of police in France.
Scotts who say that trans women are not actually women will face criminal prosecution if a court finds that their speech "stirred up hatred".
A Black Lives Matter protester who spat in the face of a police officer in London was set free by Westminster Magistrates’ court because she "apologised".
‘You Don’t Need to Obey an Illegal Order!’: Tory MP Stands up to Cops Arresting Elderly Lockdown Protester
A Member of Parliament from the ruling Conservative Party was seen shouting, "You don’t need to obey an illegal order!" at police as they arrested an elderly woman at a peaceful anti-lockdown protest in London on Tuesday.
Over 8,000 illegal boat migrants have landed on British shores since the start of the year, as another 60 migrants were brought ashore at the Port of Dover on Monday.
The United Kingdom has reportedly been sending millions of pounds sterling to the communist Chinese state in foreign aid, subsidising one of the world's largest economies as well as one of the most totalitarian regimes on Earth.
One of Britain’s “most prolific” paedophiles pled guilty on Monday to 96 counts of child sexual abuse against 51 boys between the age of four to fourteen.
Boris Johnson should pass a Free Speech Act modelled on the United States First Amendment aid the Adam Smith Institute.
Two men were stabbed to death and one woman was shot in London at the weekend on the streets of the British capital despite the city being under lockdown restrictions which should have seen many — if not most —
Latest figures from the UK Home Office reveal that over 2,000 supposed asylum seekers lied about their age to immigration officials, pretending to be children to increase their odds of remaining in the country.
Britain "will suffer" if it continues to stand up against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and lose billions in Chinese investment, warned a China lobbying group in the United Kingdom.
The British government will reportedly introduce "freedom passes" and specialised passport certificates to people who have tested negative for the Chinese coronavirus, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce further regional lockdown restrictions following the end of the national lockdown in December.
The United Kingdom secured a post-Brexit trade agreement with Canada on Saturday, and have committed to negotiating further trade alignment after Britain finally frees itself from the control of the European Union at the end of the year.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has jumped on a medical study that suggested the Wuhan virus was present in Italy as early as September to claim that the European nation was the epicentre of the virus rather than China.