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Macron Campaign Hacked, Huge Cache of Files Dumped Online

A large cache of documents hacked from French Presidential Candidate Emmanuel Macron’s campaigning team have been dumped on the internet, with just hours to go until polling opens in the final round of voting. The information includes genuine staffers’ personal


Islamic Radical Arrested Near French Military Base

French police have arrested a radicalised former soldier near a French military airbase in Normandy. The man is known to the police as he is listed on France’s terror watchlist.


EU Adds Cost of Migrants in Turkey to Brexit Bill

The bill for Britain’s Brexit divorce settlement is growing ever longer, with leaders in Brussels now saying that Britain should continue to pick up a portion of the tab for migrants living in Turkey beyond accession.


UKIP Campaign Launch: No Sign of Promised Radical Manifesto

The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has released what it is calling a “radical manifesto”, but with Suzanne Evans confirmed as the author of the document for the second election in a row, questions have been raised as to how significantly it will differ from the party’s 2015 offering.


‘Marine A’ to Walk Free TONIGHT

Royal Marine Alexander Blackman – better known as ‘Marine A’ – will be released from jail tonight, weeks after having his murder conviction overturned.


Conservatives On Track to Gain Eight Seats in Scotland

The Conservative Party is on track to win as many as eight Scottish seats in the general election as the party opens up a ten-point lead over its Labour rivals north of the border. A poll of 1,001 Scottish adults

The Scottish Conservatives Hold Their Spring Conference

MPs to Debate Scrapping the TV Licence Fee

MPs are set to debate whether to abolish the TV licence fee, used to subsidise the BBC, after a petition calling for it to be axed passed the 100,000 signatures mark.


Juncker Quietly Plots ‘More Europe’ In Post-Brexit EU

The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, is gearing up to lead a charge for ‘more Europe’ in the face of calls to create a two-tier European project, sources within the Commission have said.