Andre Walker

Andre Walker

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

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London Mayoral Frontrunner's Friend Jailed For Al Qaeda Fundraising

Sadiq Khan MP, who is expected to get the Labour nomination for Mayor of London, is facing further questions over his links to a terrorist who was given 12 years in prison on terror charges yesterday. Mr Khan is accused of being a friend of Babar Ahmed who was handed the sentence after he admitted fund raising for Al-Qaeda. Jul 17, 2014 3:11 AM PT

PMQs: Time For Red Ed To Shuffle Off The Stage

This week’s Prime Minister’s Question Time (PMQs) Ed Miliband reminded me of an amateur tap dancer, perhaps one at a school competition, desperate to impress his family with his ropey moves. Jul 16, 2014 5:33 AM PT

Ethiopian Farmer Sues British Government - For Sending Aid to Ethiopia

A 33-year-old Ethiopian farmer has become so disillusioned with the way UK overseas aid is propping a 'one party state' that he is suing. The man, who has been granted anonymity to protect his family, believes that UK overseas aid helped the Ethiopian government inflict 'brutal treatment' on himself and others. Jul 16, 2014 4:13 AM PT

Commons Motion Tabled To Protect Landmarks From Losing Traditional Names

A Commons motion has been tabled to protect Britain’s iconic buildings from having their names changed due to temporary sponsorship deals. Andrew Rosindell MP, says that owners of major landmarks should only be allowed to change their names if the new name reflects the 'history and traditions' of the country. Jul 16, 2014 3:11 AM PT

Cameron Pledges To Pull Out Of Human Rights Body

David Cameron has pledged to look at ways to leave the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), in the light of the sacking of his most senior legal advisor, according to the Daily Telegraph. The Prime Minister is believed to have wanted rid of the Attorney General Dominic Grieve because he was supportive of Britain’s continued membership of it. Jul 16, 2014 2:50 AM PT

Britain To Build First Spaceport Outside America

Britain is to build the first spaceport outside of America by the year 2018, the government has announced. The facility will eventually enable tourists to take commercial flights to Australia in just two hours, but before that it will be used to launch British satellites. Jul 16, 2014 1:04 AM PT

Miliband Will Lose Next Election Says Former Labour Minister

Charles Clarke, a former Home Secretary under Tony Blair has said that Ed Miliband who lose the next election as he has no "narrative". He believes that the Conservatives will win an overall majority next year and that Miliband is a worse leader than the much-maligned Neil Kinnock. Jul 15, 2014 6:18 AM PT

Lord Hill To Become New EU Commissioner

David Cameron has nominated Lord Hill of Oareford, the leader of the House of Lords, to be the next British member of the European Commission according to the BBC. Hill served as political secretary to Prime Minister John Major during the controversial Maastricht Treaty negotiations which caused a huge rebellion on the Conservative benches and saw the UK surrender power to Brussels. The treaty established paved the way for a common foreign policy, security policy, justice and the introduction of the Euro. Jul 15, 2014 4:03 AM PT

Prime Minister To Announce £1.1bn In Extra Defence Spending To Counter Jihadists

David Cameron will today announce another £1.1bn in defence spending, just ten days after the new HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier was launched at a cost of £6.2bn. The announcement will come at the Farnborough Air Show and includes "everything from extending hi-tech surveillance aircraft to next-generation radars for our Typhoon fighter jets". Jul 14, 2014 4:52 AM PT

Farage Hints At How General Election Deal With Tories Might Work

Nigel Farage has hinted at how a deal between the Conservatives and UKIP at the 2015 general election might work. He suggested a "potentially intelligent approach" would be for the Conservatives to offer UKIP a free run in twenty to thirty seats, in-exchange for UKIP leaving the Conservatives alone in rest of the country. Jul 14, 2014 3:19 AM PT

Tony Blair May Be Summoned To Parliament Over IRA Amnesty

Tony Blair faces being called before Parliament to explain the secret deals given to Irish Republican Army (IRA) suspects confirming they would not be prosecuted for terrorist offences. The Sunday Telegraph reports that he did deals with the IRA's political wing, Sinn Fein, that involved sending 'comfort letters' to 'on the run' suspects. Jul 13, 2014 7:35 AM PT

Calais Bans Migrant Camps As Thousands Attempt To Enter UK

Authorities in Calais, northern France, have banned migrant camps amidst growing concerns about public health. The decree ensures that groups cannot occupy areas, and will give police the powers needed to remove them, according to the Local. Jul 12, 2014 5:15 AM PT

Record Pay-out For Guardian Boss After Another Disastrous Year

Guardian CEO Andrew Miller has been awarded a bumper salary and bonus of £2.2m despite the company losing £33.8m. Miller, who runs the Guardian News and Media group, justified the bonus because he oversaw the sale of the company's share in the AutoTrader magazine. Jul 11, 2014 7:08 AM PT


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