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Guardian: Mass Migration Pushing UK Wages Down

The growth in wages for UK workers is set to stall at just two per cent next year thanks to the large number of migrant workers waiting to fill vacancies, the Guardian has admitted. Referring to data from the Chartered

uk migration If immigration to Britain continues at the present rate, the country will need to build the equivalent of three cities the size of Birmingham in the next five years to cope wages

Over One Million Migrants Reach Europe by Sea in 2015: UN

GENEVA (AFP) – Over one million migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in 2015, nearly half of them Syrians, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said Wednesday. The milestone marks an almost five-fold increase over 2014 figures, when UNHCR recorded

people smugglers

Anguish as Reprints of ‘Mein Kampf’ Planned For New Year

BERLIN (AFP) – The copyright of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” expires Friday, with plans by several publishers for annotated reprints sparking fierce debate over how one of the world’s most controversial books should be treated seven decades after the defeat of the Nazis.

Mein Kampf

REPORT: Migrant Crime Up 47 Per Cent This Year

End of year statistics released by the Federal German state of Saxony has shown a steep increase in immigrant crime, with a growing number of multiple offenders responsible for the rise since 2014. The increase is significant in the east German Free State


UK Husband And Wife Convicted Of Planning Bomb Attack

LONDON (AP) — A husband and wife interested in helping Islamic State extremists have been convicted of planning a large-scale bombing of civilian targets in London to mark the 10th anniversary of the July 7, 2005, attacks on the city’s

Armed Police terror suspect

FARAGE TO CORBYN: Debate Me On Britain’s EU Membership

Just hours after Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn issued a challenge to Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron to take him on annually in a “State of The Nation” debate, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader has issued his own challenge back


Two Arrests in Belgium Over ‘New Year Terror Plot’

Police in Belgium have arrested two people on suspicion of plotting terror attacks in Brussels on New Year’s Eve. Anti-terror raids took place in Brussels, Flemish Brabant and Liege on Sunday and Monday, with police seizing military clothing and computer

Belgian Radicals new year

Polish President Defies EU to Sign Disputed Court Reform Into Law

President Andrzej Duda on Monday signed into law a controversial bill reforming Poland’s constitutional court despite widespread domestic opposition and mounting alarm in the international community. Thousands of people have taken to the streets over changes pushed through by the

Polish President Andrzej Duda

No Christmas Break in Migrant Flow to Italy

Around 4,000 migrants and refugees were saved from waters between Italy and North Africa over the course of the Christmas weekend, with further rescue operations expected in the final days of an “exceptional” year, officials said Monday. The Italian coastguard