Britain is saying, “Yes” to Jihadists, but saying, “No” to free speech.
Britain is saying, “Yes” to Jihadists, but saying, “No” to free speech.
The asylum process in Britain is “a lottery” where decisions often rest on the personal views of decision makers, whistleblowers have claimed.
Hundreds of rough sleepers could sue the Home Office after the High Court ruled it is illegal to target feigners living on Britain’s streets for deportation.
Amber Rudd’s Home Office has lost track of some 56,000 migrants who were supposed to be deported, including over 700 criminals.
Home Office contributions to Britain’s foreign aid budget totalling £362 million a year are mostly spent on illegal migrants and asylum seekers in the UK.
An illegal Somalia migrant begged authorities to deport him “as soon as possible” after he was allegedly involved in a brutal murder committed in front of school children.
The number of terrorism-related arrests in Britain has surged almost 70 per cent to a new record high, as the country’s security services grapple an unprecedented threat.
Three men, including two British soldiers, who are accused of membership of the proscribed neo-Nazi National Action group appeared in court on terror charges.
The number of failed asylum seekers waiting to be deported by the Home Office has risen by more than 5,000 in a year.
Plans to make it easier for millions of visitors from outside Europe to enter Britain threaten to undermine border security, the government has been warned.
Veterans Against Terrorism marched through London to deliver a petition to Downing Street, pressing the Government to take firmer action against Islamist terrorism.
Saudi Arabia is funding mosques across Europe that have become hotbeds of Islamic extremism, the former British ambassador to Riyadh has said.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of “covering up” a report into the foreign funding of Islamist groups for fear it would expose Saudi Arabia.
The latest EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report (TE-SAT) reveals the number of jihadist terrorists being arrested “sharply increased” in 2016 – but their prison terms are only getting shorter. Prepared by Europol, the bloc’s supra-national law enforcement agency, the report
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has called for the hardline Islamist Muslim Brotherhood to be proscribed as a terrorist organisation by the government and for its activities and related institutions to be investigated.
With almost 1,000 soldiers deployed to Britain’s streets to release police firearms officers for counter-terror operations, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has been forced to deny that massive police cutbacks impacted security. Police numbers fell by around 19,000 in England and
George Osborne has chastised Theresa May for failing to drop David Cameron’s pledge to reduce immigration “from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands”, claiming senior Tories privately disagree with it.
Border guards at Heathrow Airport have been privately told not to ‘waste time’ interrogating potential illegal immigrants, and instead focus on jihadis with European travel papers. Terrorists must be the Border Force’s “number one” priority, according to a leaked memo
Successful deportations of bogus asylum seekers have fallen to an all-time low, according to reports, as think tank Migration Watch UK estimates an illegal migrant population in excess of 1.1 million.
Security sources have told Sky News that more than four hundred British jihadists who travelled to the Middle East to fight for terror organisations like Islamic State and the al-Nusra Front have returned home, and most have evaded the authorities.
Refugees who want to stay in the UK permanently after their five-year probation period is up will need to pass a “safe return review” before being granted leave to stay, under new guidelines issued by the Home Office.
The UK government is to pay an advertising giant, which campaigned against Brexit, £60 million to fight so-called “far right” extremism online including “going against people who read Breitbart…”
Online profiles of a migrant brought to Britain from Calais under the child refugee relocation scheme have suggested that the youth is 22, not 16 as claimed by the Home Office.
Hordes of Syrian man-children are currently invading Britain – ‘kids’ who look at least ten years older than they claim. The Home Office says it would be quite, quite wrong to test their age by examining their teeth because that would be “inappropriate and unethical”.
Tens of thousands of illegal migrants were allowed to stay in the country after telling police that they were British or EU citizens, a report has found. In response, MPs have accused the police of “taking their eye off the
The Home Office is reportedly attempting to censor a report which criticises the government’s failure to manage the impact of immigration, integrate minorities, and tackle radical Islam.
Illegal migrants are being bribed to leave the UK. The Home Office is providing generous packages including flights home, money to start businesses, and even amnesty from arrest if they promise to attend repatriation meetings.
Shocking advice from Britain’s Home Office has said that high-profile Islamist operatives may be eligible for asylum in the United Kingdom given the group is now “persecuted” in opposition in Egypt.
Five Iranian migrants who were arrested for illegally entering the UK after crossing the English Channel in a dinghy were released by Border officials and told to “please report in regularly”.
Immigration officials have arrested dozens of people working at the Byron burger chain. Leftists are boycotting the chain in response, in protest at the perceived infringement of workers rights.
An Australian couple who came to the UK legally under a scheme designed to attract people to the Scottish Highlands have been threatened with deportation as the government has now scrapped the scheme. The couple say they could be left
The Home Office has been accused of “misdirection” of public funds after it emerged that it had lavished £6.4 million last year on an internment centre for migrants awaiting deportation which only held 62 people, just 38 of whom were subsequently
In the wake of the New Year’s Eve sexual assaults perpetrated by gangs of “North African and Arab” migrants, Breitbart London invited both the Metropolitan Police Service (the Met) and the Home Office to comment on steps they are taking to ensure the phenomenon
The British government has given up looking for 10,000 missing migrants because to search for them would be a “drain on resources”, according to the chief inspector of borders and immigration. David Bolt said that a further 30,406 failed asylum
Britain’s Home Office has written to local authorities telling them not to provide ‘luxury’ items, such as TVs and DVD players, to asylum seekers. There has been criticism in recent months of the high standards of living asylum seekers are
An Iranian man who entered Britain illegally has told the police that he wants to be deported as Manchester is full of rude, violent people. But rather than assisting him in his goal, the police found that he was now
The British government arrested more people than ever on suspicion of terrorism offences over the last twelve months, according to new figures released by the Home Office today. But while Muslims accounted for 97 per cent of those imprisoned for
Eighteen foreign nationals who were granted UK visas for the London 2012 Olympics have still not left the country, despite each being a failed asylum seeker, it has emerged. The athletes and coaches are mostly from African nations including Eritrea, Sudan
The chaos in Calais looks only as if it is going to get worse rather than better. But should we be surprised? Imagine for a moment that you are one of the illegal migrants camped out in Calais looking to
A Muslim cleric with links to the Islamic terror group behind the Tunisian beach terrorist attack is living on benefits in a £1 million home in a leafy London suburb. Hate preacher Hani al-Sibai shares the large home with his wife and five children.
Undercover policing in the UK will come under the spotlight, the Home Secretary has announced, as it is revealed that a file detailing investigations by the SDS police unit has gone missing. Theresa May today announced that there would be
Hate preachers and those who support terrorism could be banned from having unsupervised access to children under tough new measures being considered by the government. The Home Secretary, Theresa May, is considering a package of measures to make it harder