Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam

Raheem Kassam is a London-based writer and managing editor of BreitbartLondon.com. Kassam is the Larry and Brian Grodman Writing Fellow for the Middle East Forum, and an Associate Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society.

Twitter: @RaheemJKassam

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'Coppafeel' Breast Cancer Campaign Rocks Media Campaign Awards Night

When is it okay to suggest that a lady "cop a feel"? At Westbourne Communications' 'Change Opinion' awards last night, apparently – as The Sun's campaign alongside breast cancer warrior Kristin Hallenga swept the ceremonies, winning the Innovation Award, and the Campaign of the Year Award May 16, 2014 2:12 AM PT

UKIP Surges in GE2015 Poll, But Even at 20 Percent They Would Have ZERO MPs

The UKIP numbers in the European Election polls are often referred to as a 'soft vote' due to the expectation that many people will go back to one of the 'major three' parties in time for Britain's General Election in 2015. But that trend may be over, as a new Opinium poll for the Observer shows that UKIP's vote is 'hardening', putting Farage's party on 20 percent May 10, 2014 11:04 AM PT

Writer Tony Parsons: I'll Be Voting UKIP

UKIP has received another celebrity endorsement as writer Tony Parsons announced to the Guardian that despite not voting in many years, he would be ticking the UKIP box at the upcoming European elections May 10, 2014 3:44 AM PT

Farage: UKIP Will Overtake Tory Party Support from Ethnic Minorities by 2019

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said that his UK Independence Party is becoming the British political party that ethnic minority voters will start to vote for and associate with, following a successful London campaign event featuring some of the party's best and brightest non-British-born candidates May 9, 2014 7:25 AM PT

UKIP Local Election Launch: 'We Are the People From the Pub!'

Speakers included Merton councillor Suzanne Evans, Deputy Party Leader Paul Nuttall, and UKIP leader Nigel Farage MEP, who announced that he no longer felt like a "one man party" as critics suggest, but rather just one part of a diverse and broadening team of UKIP leaders May 8, 2014 4:16 AM PT

Farage: 'Do Not Ever Call us a Racist Party'

The media is already trying to downplay it: last night's UKIP rally in London was raucous, glorious, and dare I say... electric. Even a lot of the hecklers in the room left without saying a word – such was the impact. UKIP promised a political earthquake in the UK on May 22nd. It delivered an earthquake in London last night May 8, 2014 1:11 AM PT

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