Corbyn’s Labour surges to an 8-point lead over the Tories
The man suspected of mowing down a group of worshippers outside a London mosque was known for “flipping his lid” when he drank too much.
“We should call it [the Grenfell Tower fire] what it is, it’s corporate manslaughter … and there should be arrests made, frankly.”
Several people have been injured in north London after a van rammed into worshippers leaving a mosque, witnesses said, in what British police described as a “major incident”.
Our body, our choice’: Women turn out to protest against PM’s DUP deal.
An overwhelming majority of people agree with Jeremy Corbyn that British involvement in foreign wars has put the public at greater risk of terrorism, according to a new poll. The exclusive ORB survey for The Independent found 75 per cent of people believe interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya have made atrocities on UK soil more likely.
This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn and the General Election is going viral on social media. Apparently it was initially written as a comment on another post, but was quickly reposted and has been going viral on social media ever
Labour continues to close the gap on the Conservatives as the parties head towards the General Election on 8 June, according to a new opinion poll. The poll by Survation for ITV’s Good Morning Britain (GMB) puts Labour on 37 per cent, up three points on a week ago and six points behind the Tories who are unchanged on 43 per cent. The Liberal Democrats on 8 per cent and Ukip on 4 per cent are both unchanged while the SNP are down one on 2 per cent and the Greens are also down one on 1 per cent.
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Donations from the billionaire business lobby to the Conservative Party are already almost double the total handed to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour by the trade union movement, figures published by the Electoral Commission on Friday show.
New anti-migrant policies announced in the Conservative election manifesto will make it harder for Aussies to find jobs in the UK.
Theresa May has called for a general election to be held in the UK on 8 June. Here are the latest updates:
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He talks about ‘respect’, but the rightwing blowhard’s response to the Westminster attack has been tall tales he can only get away with on US TV
A Muslim-led campaign to raise money to support the families of victims of the Westminster terror attack has seen donations soar above £3,000 an hour after launching. Muslims United for London saw donations flood in immediately after launching the online donations page. The funds will be used to support victims and victims’ families of the terror attack in Westminster on Wednesday in which four people died and 40 injured.
Police investigations are ongoing into an attack in London on Wednesday.
Under the Conservative government’s plans, students and skilled workers from countries including Australia will all be targeted as part of a tough new stance on migrants.
Libya: David Cameron’s Iraq
Misogyny could be treated as a hate crime by police forces across England and Wales in a bid to tackle sexist abuse. The move comes after Nottinghamshire Police reportedly launched 20 investigations in the first two months of its pioneering scheme to tackle misogyny. The Fawcett Society, which campaigns for women’s rights, praised the development but called for the policy to be entereed in to the law.
The argument for fiscal austerity, coupled with concerns about budget deficits in the UK and US, is gaining traction, but invalid
Extremists convicted of committing terrorist acts in the name of Islam are to be isolated in secure units away from other prisoners – despite the risk that the UK will be accused of creating its own Guantanamo Bay.
POWERS that allow spy agencies to harvest bulk data were today given the go-ahead by the UK’s terror-law watchdog. In David Anderson QC’s report, published this morning, he said there was a “proven operational case” for most of the controversial methods of data collection. Prime Minister Theresa May welcomed the findings claiming it showed how the powers, which she is currently trying to cement in legislation, are of “crucial importance” to MI5, MI6 and GCHQ.
EHRC says racial inequality is worsening in the United Kingdom for young blacks and people from ethnic minorities.
Black people in Britain are more than twice as likely to be murdered as white people, and three times as likely to be prosecuted and sentenced, according to a new report published on Thursday, which will claim that the life chances of young ethnic minority people in the UK have collapsed in the past five years and are now at their worst level for generations. The report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission is the biggest ever review of race equality in the UK and its findings are damning.
Thousands of Muslims from across the world converged on the UK for a convention where they rejected extremism and violence of terror groups such as Isis. More than 30,000 members of the Ahmadiyya Islamic movement met at Oakland Farm in Hampshire for a three-day convention, the 50th time the annual event has taken place. On the final day, attendees were led by the global Caliph of the movement in a vow of peace and a pledge of allegiance to their home countries
Nigel Farage was proud at the height of Britain’s far right movement that his initials NF also stood for National Front, according to a close school friend who after years of silence says he now wants the public to understand more about the man. He also claims the teenage Mr Farage sang “gas ‘em all, gas ‘em all”, a neo-Nazi song about Jewish people.
Basically, a bloke called Graham decided it.
Conversative Party’s May has driven extreme policies that surveil and criminalize Muslims, migrants and refugees
The Liberal Democrats have denounced the decision to appoint Boris Johnson as foreign secretary – saying Theresa May has “lost credibility after 90 minutes as Prime Minister”. The party, which has pledged to campaign on a platform of remaining in the EU at the next election, said the appointment showed Ms May was “not serious” about negotiating a deal with with Europe and the rest of the world.
Britain’s Chancellor says taxes will have to be raised and spending cut in the wake of the vote to leave the EU.
British Muslims are suffering an “explosion” in faith-based hatred with many women now afraid to conduct their daily lives, according to a new report which also warns of heightened racism following the vote on Brexit.
This is terrifying.
Half of the United Kingdom is in denial. They don’t think they’re in denial. They think they’re being ingenious.
What lies ahead for the United Kingdom and global financial markets now that the reality of a Brexit is inevitable?
A PROPOSED free mobility labour zone between Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Canada has strong support, according to a poll.
Britain still belongs to the UN security council, the G7 and Nato – but there are questions over its diplomatic clout
The economic story of the past quarter century was the rapid advance of globalisation, the unleashing of trade and commerce among countries rich and poor — a McDonald’s in every European capital, “Made in China” labels throughout Toys R Us. The Brexit vote on Thursday ends that story, at least in its current volume.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday urged her fellow European Union leaders to react cautiously to Britain’s vote to leave the EU, breaking with fellow European ministers who seek a swift and decisive divorce with Britain.
Following the United Kingdom’s shock decision to leave the European Union