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Why Immigration Is the Most Dishonest Debate in British Politics

When David Cameron promised last week that he would have “one last go” at securing curbs on immigration from within the European Union, he knew his rhetoric stood little chance of success. Days later, the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso confirmed there was “no possibility” the Prime Minister’s plans could succeed, that “it is not up for negotiation”. 21 Oct 2014, 1:32 AM PDT

From Farage to Freud: How the Cultural Marxists Are Murdering Our Language

The other day on BBC Radio 4's Any Questions, I made a point which unfortunately went right over the heads of my booing audience. It had to do with the way lefties like my fellow panelists Chuka Umunna MP and TUC leader Frances O'Grady too often choose to misrepresent the meaning of perfectly harmless words and language for nefarious political ends. 21 Oct 2014, 1:24 AM PDT

General: Send 3,000 British Troops to Fight Ebola

Plans to ‘defeat’ Ebola with a large-scale deployment by the British army are being considered by the Chief of the General Staff, who would dispatch a brigade to lock-down former British colony Sierra Leone at least until late 2015. 20 Oct 2014

Turkey Helping Kurdish Fighters Cross into Kobani

In a significant shift, Turkey's top diplomat announced on Monday that his country is helping Iraqi Kurdish fighters cross into Syria to "give support" to fellow Kurds defending the border town of Kobani from Islamic State militants. 20 Oct 2014

Russian Lawmaker Demands Ban On Gay Stamps

Stamps depicting the homoerotic drawings of a Finnish artist should be banned from Russia according to a member of the St Petersburg Legislature. Vitaly Milonov has demanded Russia Post refuse to deliver letters with the stamps on because they are “homosexual propaganda” which is illegal in the country. 20 Oct 2014

Spanish Ebola Nurse Given All-Clear

The Spanish nursing assistant who was the first person infected with Ebola outside West Africa has been given the all clear, after tests to ascertain whether she still had the virus were negative. A second negative test will be required to absolutely confirm her recovery, the Telegraph has reported. 20 Oct 2014

ISIS May Use Presidential Visit To London To Behead Soldier

Police and security services are said to have upped security for tomorrow's visit of President Tan of Singapore amidst concerns ISIS may use the visit to launch an attack. The State Visit is the first major event in London since the terror threat level was raised to 'severe', meaning an attack is 'highly likely'. 20 Oct 2014

German Hostages Released by ISIS Supporting Islamic Group, after £3.5million Ransom Paid

Two German hostages who were being held by Islamic militants in the Philippines have been released in return for a ransom sum of £3.5million (€5.65million), their captors have claimed. The pair were sailing on board their yacht between Malaysia and the Philippines when they were captured by Abu Sayyif, an Islamic group supportive of ISIS, who subsequently demanded money and the withdrawal of German troops from action in Syria and Iraq. 20 Oct 2014

Labour-Run NHS Wales 'On the Verge of Becoming a Third-World Service'

Conditions within Labour-run NHS Wales are worse than those faced by the patients neglected during the infamous Mid-Staffordshire scandal, according to relatives of those who have suffered. An investigation by the Daily Mail has uncovered incidents including patients dying whilst on the waiting list for treatment, and people who have had to move to England to access health care. 20 Oct 2014

Paris Opera Ejects Woman Wearing Full Face Veil

A woman has been ejected from the Opera Bastille for wearing a full face veil. France banned anyone from wearing clothing which covered the face in 2011, arguing that face-coverings prevent the clear identification of a person, which is both a security risk, and a social hindrance within a society which relies on facial recognition and expression in communication. 20 Oct 2014

Conservatives Pull Ahead Of Labour in Scotland, SNP Surge

The Conservatives have pulled ahead of Labour in Scotland according to a poll by YouGov. The survey puts the Conservatives on 20 percent, Labour on 19 percent with the Liberal Democrats on 9 percent and 'others' including the Scottish National Party on 41 percent. 20 Oct 2014

Liberia President Describes Heavy Cost of Ebola

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said Ebola has killed more than 2,000 people in her country and has brought it to "a standstill," noting that Liberia and two other badly hit countries were already weakened by years of war. 20 Oct 2014

HK Leader: 'External Forces' Involved in Protests

Hong Kong's leader has claimed that "external forces" are participating in student-led pro-democracy protests that have occupied parts of this financial capital for more than three weeks, but provided no evidence to back his accusation. 20 Oct 2014

Koreas Exchange Fire near Heavily Fortified Border

South and North Korea exchanged fire across the heavily fortified border on Sunday in the latest clash on the divided Korean Peninsula amid concerns that tensions could scuttle high-level talks between the two sides. 20 Oct 2014

France Urges Germany to Boost Investment Spending

French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron has called on Germany to spend an additional 50 billion euros (39.59 billion pounds) on investments over the next three years to support the European economy, according to comments that appeared in the Monday edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) daily. 20 Oct 2014

Six Snap Ofsted Inspections Undertaken in Tower Hamlets Amid Suspicion of New Trojan Horse Plot

Snap inspections have been carried out in six East London schools by Ofsted, over fears that another Trojan Horse plot could be underway in the borough of Tower Hamlets. The inspections were ordered by the Department of Education after concerns were raised about the influence of Islamic teaching in the schools’ curriculums. Five of the six schools are private Islamic faith schools, and one is a Church of England primary. 19 Oct 2014

Conciliatory Language on Homosexuality Fails to Pass Muster with Catholic Bishops at Synod

Pope Francis’ efforts to inculcate a more merciful approach to homosexuals and divorced persons within the Catholic Church have failed to win the support of the majority of Bishops at the synod on the family. Conciliatory language used in a draft report, which many commentators hailed as a historical move towards greater acceptance of homosexuals, was voted down by the Bishops and will not appear in the final text, the Guardian has reported. 19 Oct 2014

Barroso Squashes Cameron’s Plans, says There Is 'No Possibility' of Reducing EU Migration to the UK

With just over a week having passed since the UK Independence Party won its first elected MP, and another defection victory on the horizon in Rochester and Strood, it is clear that the Conservative Party are still in a panic over Ukip. But there was more bad news for Prime Minster David Cameron this morning as José-Manuel Barroso, the outgoing President of the European Commission, took to the airwaves to scotch his new plans to limit EU immigration into Britain, before they’d even been drawn up by Whitehall civil servants. 19 Oct 2014

Nigeria Expected to be Declared Ebola-free

Nigeria is expected to be declared Ebola-free on Monday, just three months after fears that the virus could spread like wildfire through Africa's most populous nation 19 Oct 2014

EU to scale up Ebola response

European foreign ministers will meet on Monday under pressure to scale up their response to the Ebola epidemic after warnings it could become the "disaster of our generation" 19 Oct 2014

UK Grapples with Delicate Issue of Returning Jihadists

Do you lock them up, or try to rehabilitate them? Britain has taken a hard line on citizens returning from fighting in Syria and Iraq, but anti-extremism groups and experts say more good might come from trying to help them 19 Oct 2014

WATCH: Michael Gove, Game of Thrones and How Political Myths are Made

Last week, I made a silly video featuring the Conservative party's chief whip Michael Gove. If you haven't seen it yet then obviously you should because it's a work of accidental genius. But I do want to stress the accidental part because there was nothing remotely calculated about it. It just so happened that Gove was in the neighbourhood and I thought it would be amusing to get him to talk about something other than politics. And I knew he was a Game of Thrones fan, so... 19 Oct 2014

Enforced At Last: Britain's EU Referendum Bill

Yesterday, Bob Neill’s European Union Referendum Bill has passed its first test in the House of Commons. Finally, we are one step closer to a guaranteed EU referendum in 2017, being enshrined in law. The Bill passed its first vote in the Commons today, with 283 MPs voting in favour 18 Oct 2014

Danish immigrant party challenges populist right

A political party targeting the immigrant vote by advocating looser immigration laws and "a ban on banning" religious symbols has launched in Denmark amid record support for the populist right 18 Oct 2014

Effectiveness of Ebola travel ban questioned

A ban on travel from West Africa might seem like a simple and smart response to the frightening Ebola outbreak there. It's become a central demand of Republicans on Capitol Hill and some Democrats, and is popular with the public. But health experts are nearly unanimous in saying it's a bad idea that could backfire. 18 Oct 2014

75 Percent of Birmingham’s Child Sex Groomers Are Asian. Four in Five of Their Victims Are White Girls.

West Midlands Police have admitted knowing since 2012 that 75 percent of child sex groomers in the Birmingham region of the United Kingdom are ethnically Asian, and more than four out of five of their victims are young white girls. They compiled an in-depth study into Child Sexual Exploitation two years ago, the conclusions of which had not been seen until now. 18 Oct 2014


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