The leaders of France and Germany will hold emergency talks later after Greek voters decisively and “bravely” rejected a tough new bailout deal. Robert Nisbet reports.
Journalist and author Peter Hitchens has taken Britain’s Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to task in his Mail on Sunday column this weekend, shortly after she claimed that homosexuality is a fundamental British value, and said that those who seemed “intolerant” may
Greek citizens are celebrating tonight as around 61 per cent of them voted ‘no’ to the European Union-imposed bailout measures. Polls closed at 4pm local time today, whereupon it soon became clear that the ‘No’ camp – rejecting EU-demands for
Prime Minister David Cameron appears to have broken another promise, claiming that he will “consider” more UKIP members of the House of Lords over the course of this parliament, meaning it could be 2020 or afterwards before Nigel Farage’s party
Polls are closed in Greece, where voters have been casting their ballots in favour of, or against the European Union-backed bailout and austerity plans for the country. While not a direct vote on membership of the Euro, most economists and
From Reuters: Four great crises around Europe’s fringes threaten to engulf the European Union, potentially setting the ambitious post-war unification project back by decades. The EU’s unity, solidarity and international standing are at risk from Greece’s debt, Russia’s role in
Farage Joins Chorus of European Leaders From Left and Right Calling on Greece to Vote ‘No’ and Reject Euro
Eurosceptic parties from both sides of the European political spectrum are making the most of today’s referendum on the acceptance of the national creditors’ terms. Along with prime minister Tsipras, parties of the left and right who find themselves unenamoured with
From The Independent: And now for Greece’s moment of truth. Or not, as the case may be. The effectively bankrupt country, its economy paralysed and its banks set to run out of cash on Monday, goes to the vote in
As Greece stands on the brink of economic collapse, we bring you the latest images from the crisis-hit country. Read more here.
As the Greek crisis comes to a head, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble has admitted for the first time that Greece may leave the euro “temporarily”. Speaking to Bild, the German minister said: “Greece is a member of the eurozone.
The Washington post writes about how Britain is still unsure how to deal with extremism: BRADFORD, England — When three young men left behind the gentle West Yorkshire hills to blow themselves up on London trains and buses 10 years
Sky News Katie Stallard finds medical supplies are running short as daily life becomes harder for Greeks ahead of Sunday’s referendum. Follow Breitbart London on Twitter @BreitbartLondon
Following Sir Tim Hunt’s alleged “sexist” remarks in South Korea at a conference of women scientists, there has been a number of exchanges on ideas of authenticity. Not only the context but substance too. Whether the Nobel Prize professor said things
A new opinion poll on Greece’s bailout referendum on Sunday pointed to a closely balanced result with a slight lead for the Yes vote in favor of the bailout on 44.8 percent against 43.4 percent for the No vote backed
The first eight bodies of the victims of Tunisia gunman Seifeddine Rezgui are on their way back to the UK. Follow Breitbart London on Twitter @BreitbartLondon
The Islamic State may have up to 42 million supporters across the Arab World alone, according to research conducted by the Clarion Project think tank. The organisation, which boasts Muslim anti-extremism activists as its board members, calculated the figure by
Gay Editor: Take Your Facebook Rainbow Flags Down, ‘Queers Don’t Need your Patronising Ally Bullshit’
The gay deputy editor of Durham University’s The Tab magazine has blasted heterosexuals who have put rainbow flag icons on their Facebook images, even calling the LGBT lobby’s “fairweather allies” potential “dangerous foes”. The comments, which will seem bizarre to
Europe Close to ‘Open Conflict’ Over Migrants, ‘Farage and Le Pen Smile as they Watch’ says EU Official
Europe’s failure to solve the Greek debt crisis risks lasting damage to the post-war dream of “ever closer union” at a time when it faces new threats on its borders, analysts said. The chaos in Greece comes with European leaders
Britain’s Conservative Party Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has today claimed that ‘homophobia’ may be grounds for believing that someone is a political “extremist”. The worrying development not only fails to define ‘homophobia’, but could lump those in opposition to same
Police in London simulated a terrorist attack today. Follow Breitbart London on Twitter @BreitbartLondon
A new report by Britain’s taxpayer-funded Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has recommended that UK police should be spending more time “socialising in known LGB&T venues and community ‘hubs’” in order to make Britain’s gay community feel safer. The report, entitled
The most up to date and comprehensive video yet seen has emerged of the attack on the Tunisian holiday makers, as it is in full swing. Follow Breitbart London on Twitter @BreitbartLondon
One of Britain’s leading counter-terrorism experts has issued a stark warning over an imminent UK terror attack, stating that an incident could even take place in the next 24 hours.
The Pride in London Parade took place today with a start at Baker Street and a finish at Whitehall. It was meant to be a celebration of LGBT groups and free of politics – except UKIP’s application to join was
Prime Minister David Cameron today confirmed that Britons would form the largest single group among the 38 fatalities from Friday’s Islamist terror attack in Tunisia. Mr Cameron attended this year’s national Armed Forces Day event in Guildford, Surrey. After the official