Andre Walker

Andre Walker

Andre Walker is the Political Correspondent for Breitbart London, follow him on twitter @AndreJPWalker and Facebook. If you have a story please email awalker at or call +447411 899 090.

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Parliament Square Closed After Left-Wing Invasion

Parliament Square has been closed to the public after a group of left-wing protesters attempted to move in and take it over. Fencing was erected today and campaigners were moved on, but the Churchill statue still has a protester on its plinth. Oct 21, 2014 9:28 AM PT

Tory MP: Stolen UKIP Policies Fit The PM Like An Oxfam Suit

Disquiet amongst right-wing Conservative MPs is growing thanks to David Cameron's latest announcement on curbing EU migration. The policy, which is widely believed to be unenforceable, has caused outrage because it will be seen as a "cheap stunt" according to Breitbart London sources. Oct 21, 2014 8:53 AM PT

Thousands Of Online Paedophiles Will Never Face Justice Says National Crime Agency

Thousands of British people suspected of viewing child pornography online will escape justice according to the head of the National Crime Agency (NCA). Keith Bristow's team has identified that around 50,000 British people regularly view illegal pornography but believe this figure is too big to deal with through the courts. Oct 21, 2014 6:12 AM PT

Bus Driver Investigated For Shouting At Kissing Gay Couple

A gay couple have spoken out about being shouted at on a London bus for kissing. Jack James, and his partner were on board the number 89 bus in South London when, according to the Evening Standard, the driver subjected them to 'a volley of homophobic abuse for kissing'. Oct 21, 2014 4:34 AM PT

Some Conservatives Should Defect To UKIP Says Euro-Enthusiast Clarke

Ken Clarke has suggested that some of his "more right-wing colleagues" in the Conservative Party should defect to UKIP. The comments came during an appearance on the BBC Today programme in which he claimed there was "a wave of almost hysteria" over immigration. Oct 21, 2014 3:40 AM PT

ISIS May Use Presidential Visit To London To Behead Soldier

Police and security services are said to have upped security for tomorrow's visit of President Tan of Singapore amidst concerns ISIS may use the visit to launch an attack. The State Visit is the first major event in London since the terror threat level was raised to 'severe', meaning an attack is 'highly likely'. Oct 20, 2014 7:42 AM PT

LISTEN to UKIP's Appalling New Calypso Song By DJ Mike Read

DJ Mike Read has launched a pro-UKIP song into the music charts today. But it is bad... very bad. The 'UKIP Calypso' by the Independents was written and performed by former Radio One DJ Mike Read and has been released on iTunes and Amazon today. Oct 20, 2014 3:30 AM PT

In A Hung Parliament UKIP Should Follow The DUP's Lead

This week the Spectator ran a piece written by the former UKIP leader Lord Pearson about his attempts at a pact with the Conservatives before the last election. The piece was well timed having come after a whole raft of discussions about how UKIP should deal with the fact the Conservatives are much more sympathetic to their views on Europe and Immigration than Labour. Oct 17, 2014 7:55 AM PT

Parliament Debates European Referendum Bill

The House of Commons will vote today on whether to grant the British people an in/out referendum on membership of the European Union. The bill is being brought in by the Conservative Party Vice Chairman Bob Neill MP as a private members bill as it does not have the support of the Liberal Democrats and cannot therefore be given government time. Oct 17, 2014 3:29 AM PT

British Jihadis Could Be Prosecuted For Treason

British Jihadis fighting for ISIS could be prosecuted for treason under laws that have not been used since the execution of British Nazis after World War II. The Foreign Secretary confirmed he was considering using Treason, in an answer to a parliamentary question yesterday. Oct 17, 2014 3:15 AM PT

Police Union Tells UK Cops To Enter Gun Owners' Homes, Secure Weapons Using Anti-Terror Laws

The Association of Chief Police Officers' (ACPO), the body that represents senior police officers in the United Kingdom, has begun a campaign to send police to enter the homes of legal gun owners to snoop on them. Many of those receiving visits cannot understand why they are being targeted and suspect it is to discourage gun ownership in Britain Oct 16, 2014 7:58 AM PT

London Student Union Refuses to Commemorate Holocaust

In yet another controversial decision, the Goldsmiths College Students' Union has rejected, by a margin of around 60 to 1, a motion to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day and all victims of genocide Oct 16, 2014 3:46 AM PT

Victory: Boris Backs Down From Smoking Ban

Boris Johnson has announced he will not introduce a smoking ban in public parks, despite his having floated the idea earlier today. The Mayor of London allowed his health advisers to propose the ban, but after widespread criticism including on Breitbart London. Oct 15, 2014 9:27 AM PT


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