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Former Private School Student Incites Terror Attacks on British Streets

A British girl fighting with ISIS in Syria has spoken of her desire to see a bloody massacre on the streets of Britain. Aqsa Mahmood, who is the daughter of a successful Glasgow business man and was educated at an exclusive private school, abandoned her university course last year to travel to Syria and join ISIS fanatics. 2 Sep 2014, 4:20 AM PDT

Europe And America Come Together To Fight Cybercrime

Britain will lead a new cybercrime task-force that brings together the UK’s National Crime Agency, the FBI, Interpol, and Germany’s Federal Police to combat serious organised online crime, following the precedent set by previous successful cooperation by the agencies to take down the Shylock Trojan in July. 2 Sep 2014, 3:11 AM PDT

BREAKING: Clacton By-Election Set for 9 October

The Clacton By-Election will take place on Thursday 9th October, the BBC reports. The timing of polling day is significant as it is a week after Conservative Party conference, which is expected to give David Cameron a poll bounce. It is also just after parliamentary recess for Liberal Democrat conference, so this will mean that Conservative MPs, parliamentary staff and members of the House of Lords will all be available to campaign that week. 2 Sep 2014, 2:55 AM PDT

U.S. Senate Candidate: America Should Follow Britain And Take Passports From Jihadis

America should follow the British in taking passports away from citizens who fight for ISIS, says Scott Brown who is currently neck and neck in the Republican Senate Primary in New Hampshire. Brown applauded Prime Minister David Cameron's announcement yesterday that the British government would seek a change in the law to extend the right of the government to remove passports from terrorists and deny them the right to return to the UK. 2 Sep 2014, 2:38 AM PDT

Queen's 'Strange' World of Selfies

Queen Elizabeth II finds meeting crowds of people holding mobile phones strange and misses the days of eye-contact, according to the US ambassador to Britain. 2 Sep 2014, 2:00 AM PDT

Demolition of Mohammed's Grave Site Could Spark Race War In Middle East

Plans to demolish the final resting place of the Islamic prophet Mohammed could further inflame the sectarian conflict developing between Shia and Sunni Muslims. The site in Medina is threatened because the al-Masjid al-Nabawi mosque is desperately in need to expansion but the site of the tomb - which is principally venerated in Shia Islam - is part of a site that has already seen 95 percent of its history wiped away in recent years, according to Saudi academic Dr Irfan al-Alawi. 2 Sep 2014, 1:40 AM PDT

Parents of ill UK boy fight extradition from Spain

The parents say they want to give their 5 year-old-boy with a brain tumor the best chance to live with a revolutionary new treatment they learned about on the Internet. Their British hospital says the boy has a 70 percent to 80 percent chance of survival with the treatment it offers, and it's the parents who are putting the child at risk 1 Sep 2014

Who's to Blame for Nude Photos of Jennifer Lawrence Leaking?

In a word: Jennifer Lawrence. Alright, that was two words. But who else is really to blame for this mess? In case you missed the news, nude full frontals of the Hunger Games actress are doing the rounds today after a hacker, who says he got in to Apple's iCloud service, dumped a load of them on the net 1 Sep 2014

Cameron's Terrorist Passport Plan Could be Scuppered by Activist Judges

The government is ready to fight the courts over fears they could strike down historic powers to withdraw British passports from those accused of terrorism. The Royal Prerogative gives the Queen – or in practice her government – a number of powers, one of which is withdrawing passports, but it is expected to be challenged through the courts. 1 Sep 2014

Hitler House May Become Holocaust Museum

Debate continues over the fate of the ‘Hitler Birthplace’ in Austria, as yet another potential use for the controversial house has been mooted by the local government, this time proposing a ‘House of Responsibility’ museum potentially saving the house from demolition. 1 Sep 2014

UK Abortion Laws Questioned As Babies Survive at Just 23 Weeks

Fresh calls for a rethink on British abortion laws have been raised after new figures showed an increasing number of babies survive birth at 23 weeks. The figures, uncovered by The Sunday Times, raise concerns that the current legal time-frame for abortion of between 0 and 24 weeks gestation has failed to keep up with modern science, prompting MPs to call for a new vote on British abortion law 1 Sep 2014

Polls Say Scotland Will Spurn Independence, But Are They Right?

Opinion polls, financial markets and bookmakers are unanimous - Scotland will reject independence in a historic referendum next month and the United Kingdom will endure. But what if, as Scots nationalists believe, the polls are wrong? Experts say it is a possibility. 1 Sep 2014

Petition To Remove South Yorkshire Police Boss After Paedo Scandal Tops 12,000

Embattled South Yorkshire Police Commissioner Shaun Wright faced another blow today after the petition to remove him for failing to prevent the abuse of children topped 12,000. News of the creation of the petition was covered exclusively by Breitbart London, and came after Wright refused to stand down despite having failed to protect at least 1,400 children in Rotherham. 1 Sep 2014

Mohammed Is Oslo's Most Popular Name

Oslo has become the latest western city to have Mohammed as its most popular name for men and boys, according to the Local. This is the first time in its history that the name of the Muslim prophet has topped the league table. 1 Sep 2014

Feminist Bullies Tearing the Video Game Industry Apart

It's easy to mock video gamers as dorky loners in yellowing underpants. Indeed, in previous columns, I've done it myself. Occasionally at length. But, the more you learn about the latest scandal in the games industry, the more you start to sympathise with the frustrated male stereotype. Because an army of sociopathic feminist programmers and campaigners, abetted by achingly politically correct American tech bloggers, are terrorising the entire community – lying, bullying and manipulating their way around the internet for profit and attention 1 Sep 2014

Conservative MP Sir Tony Baldry Standing Down

Former Army Officer, Sir Tony Baldry has stood down as a Conservative MP despite having a huge majority of over 18,000. The veteran Tory claimed that fixed term parliaments would make him a lame duck after 2015 however the news of his departure will be a blow as it comes just a day after Chris Kelly stood down. 1 Sep 2014

Parents Arrested For Seeking Private Medical Treatment For Terminally Ill Son

The parents of a five-year-old who was denied lifesaving treatment on the National Health Service have been arrested for kidnap after desperately trying to get their son so the Czech Republic, where he could be treated privately. Ashya King has a brain tumour but doctors refused to use proton laser treatment that could save his life, which led the family to take him out of hospital in the effort to find the treatment abroad. 1 Sep 2014

Another Left Wing UN Quango Tries to Interfere in Britain

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) has launched an investigation into possible human rights abuses of Britain’s disabled people. Hungarian Physicist Professor Gabor Gombos a former member of CRPD and now its adviser said the CRPD should "mandate an Inquiry Procedure (IP)". 1 Sep 2014

White Children Will Be Minority in UK Classrooms by 2037

White children will be in the minority in England’s state schools by 2037, if current population trends continue. The Sunday Times is reporting that official figures from the Department of Education show that the number of school children of non-British ethnicity rose by 61 percent in the decade to January 2014, but during the same period, the proportion of white British pupils fell by almost 12 percent 31 Aug 2014

First Exit Poll: German Eurosceptic Party May Have Just Won Its First State Seats

An apparent schism is opening in the heart of Europe as Germany’s new Eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) is tipped for a breakthrough result today, as state election polling stations close in the East German federal freitstaat of Saxony. The first exit polls show the party to have gained a respectable ten percent share of the vote, well ahead of the five percent threshold required to enter the state parliament. 31 Aug 2014

LONDON: Thousands Gather In Massive Demonstration Against UK Anti-Semitism

Over 4,500 people thronged the streets of London outside the Royal Courts of Justice today to protest about the rise of anti-Semitism on the streets. The attendees carried banners reading “zero tolerance for antisemitism” and “prosecute hate before it’s too late” as they listened to speakers including Chief Rabbi Mirvis, Maajid Nawaz from the Quilliam Foundation, and Douglas Murray 31 Aug 2014

Europe's Big Five smash football transfer window records

England and Spain have led a record breaking summer transfer market by Europe's big five leagues worth well over $2 billion (1.5 billion euros, £1.2 billion), with more big deals looming before the window closes on Monday 31 Aug 2014

Britain's MI6 aided torture of Nepal Maoists, book claims

British authorities funded a four-year-long intelligence operation in Nepal that led to Maoist rebels being arrested, tortured and killed during the country's civil war, according to the author of a new book on Kathmandu 31 Aug 2014

BBC Trust to Get First Female Boss

Former Financial Times Group chief Rona Fairhead is to become the first woman boss of the governing body of the BBC, which has been rocked by a string of paedophilia scandals, the government said on Sunday 31 Aug 2014

Child Rape Scandal Isn't Just Happening in Rotherham, And More Heads Must Roll Immediately

It’s the crime no one wants to take responsibility for. The same statements are trotted out time after time. “Missed opportunities” and “lessons have been learned” are the stock phrases we’ve grown tired of hearing from council officers and police chiefs. But the horror stories keep coming. Children being trafficked from one town to the next, raped in dingy flats then beaten, held at gun point, doused in petrol and threatened to be set alight if they so much as breathe a word. This is not happening in some war-torn Eastern Bloc country. It’s happening here in Britain and all we’re seeing is a lot of hand wringing from unsackable, unaccountable and unapologetic public servants 31 Aug 2014

Why We Must Demand More of British Muslims

When I say 'demand' more of British Muslims, I don’t mean 'ask' more. That isn’t enough. Governments and civil society have been asking for long enough now, yet we still have a frightening lack of cohesion within communities where a large percentage of Muslims live. Nor has it encouraged a tolerant, inclusive attitude amongst huge swathes of Muslims. 30 Aug 2014

Cameron: Britain Facing 'Greatest Terrorist Threat' in History

Britain is facing the "greatest and deepest" threat from terrorism in the country's history, according to Prime Minister David Cameron. Speaking after the UK's terror threat level was raised to "severe", meaning that an attack is "highly likely", Cameron said that the threat posed by ISIS could last for decades, and said that the group could turn itself into an expanding terror state "on the shores of the Mediterranean". 30 Aug 2014

Boris: More Oxbridge than Uxbridge – It's Time for UKIP

It’s up to the hardworking residents of Uxbridge and South Ruislip to choose whether they want to be represented by a member of the working class or put yet another Bullingdon boy into Parliament. Boris is perfectly suited to Oxbridge but definitely not to Uxbridge. 30 Aug 2014

Cameron Would Win a Vote on Bombing ISIS, Says Leading MP

A leading Conservative MP has said that British Prime Minister David Cameron would win a vote in Parliament on bombing ISIS. The Daily Mail says that Sir Richard Ottaway, chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, said that a majority of MPs would back arming the Kurds, and possibly even launching air strikes. 30 Aug 2014

Leaving the EU Is the Only Way to Cut Immigration

It has become a familiar routine to hear Cameron plead he can reduce net migration, and for the Office of National Statistics to publish figures which reveal the futility of his efforts. Yesterday's ONS figures reveal annual net migration – the difference between numbers arriving and those leaving - soared past 243,000, equivalent to a city the size of Southampton. This is a massive increase of 68,000 from net migration the previous year, and two thirds of the increase are accounted for by the influx of EU migrants. 30 Aug 2014

Up to 12,000 Westerners Fighting for Extremist Groups in Syria

As many as 12,000 foreigners have gone to Syria to fight the government of Bashar Assad. Many have joined extremist groups, including the al-Nusra front, an al-Qaida affiliate, and the Islamic State group, which now controls a territory straddling Syria and Iraq. 30 Aug 2014

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