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Top Pollster: Brits Don’t Regret Brexit

British voters are showing very few signs of regretting the decision to leave the European Union, one of the country’s leading pollsters has said. Professor John Curtice of the British Polling Council said there was little evidence of “buyer’s remorse”

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AfD Leader’s Car Torched In Suspected Arson Attack

The car belonging to Frauke Petry, leader of the anti-mass immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, was set alight last night in what is believed to be an arson attack. Police in Leipzig have ruled out an technical defect as

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Britain Will Veto EU Army, Defence Secretary Says

Britain will veto plans for a European Union (EU) army as long as it remains a member of the union, the Defence Secretary has said. Speaking after it emerged that some European nations, mainly France and Germany, wanted to create


Poll: Majority Of Brits Support Burka Ban

The majority of the British public support banning the burka, with just 25 per cent opposing such a move, a new poll suggests. The survey by YouGov found that support for a ban was strongest among older Britons, with an

Iraqi supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr attend Friday prayers in Baghdad's Sadr City April 1, 2016, a day after the influential Shiite cleric ordered his followers to end a two-week sit-in in the capital calling for government reform. Sadr ordered his followers to end the sit-in on March 31 after the country's premier proposed new ministers for a technocratic cabinet that he had demanded. / AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE (Photo credit should read AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

Government Rejects Ban On Friday Prayers In Prisons

The British government has vetoed plans to ban Friday prayers for Muslim prisoners who may “abuse” them to spread extremism. Officials feared a proposal to force Muslims to worship alone in their cells would fuel discontent and lead to even


Malaria On The Rise In Greece After Migrant Surge

Greece has been forced to suspend blood donations after a spike in cases of malaria, believed to have been brought over by the large influx of migrants who have entered the country. So far, 12 municipalities have out of 325