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EU Migrant Rules are ‘Red Line’, Poland Tells Britain

Poland has warned British Prime Minister David Cameron against his plans to reform European Union migration rules to curb the number of arrivals, saying this was an “absolute red line”. Cameron last week unveiled proposals including delaying access to benefits

EU Migrant Rules are ‘Red Line’, Poland Tells Britain

Queen Accused Of Deliberately Intervening On Scottish Referendum

The Queen has been accused of deliberately intervening in the Scottish independence referendum in September. In the days leading up to the poll, the Queen made a ‘gaffe’ by telling a member of the public she hoped ‘people will think

Queen Accused Of Deliberately Intervening On Scottish Referendum

World View: Taiwan Voters Choose Independence from China

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Taiwan voters choose independence from China Sunflowers and Umbrellas Taiwan voters choose independence from China Student protests in Taiwan in April of this year (AFP) Taiwan’s ruling nationalist party KMT (Kuomintang) suffered disastrouslosses in

World View: Taiwan Voters Choose Independence from China

Historically Blue Texas County Goes Red

For the first time in its 144 year history, Texas’ San Jacinto County is now a red county. San Jacinto Republican Party Chair Dwayne Wright’s slogan is “Results, not Excuses.” Elected in the Republican Primary in 2014 when he ran

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BBC: China’s Xinjiang to Hire 3,000 Ex-Soldiers as Guards

The capital of China’s restive region of Xinjiang will recruit 3,000 former soldiers to help guard its residents, the Chinese government has said. The soldiers will be carefully vetted to determine their political views. They will join the military and

BBC: China’s Xinjiang to Hire 3,000 Ex-Soldiers as Guards

London Mayor Boris Johnson Backs British PM on EU Migration Curbs

London Mayor Boris Johnson on Friday voiced support for Prime Minister David Cameron’s plan to slash migration from the European Union, but said “talented people” should not be kept out of Britain. In a major immigration policy speech to be

London Mayor Boris Johnson Backs British PM on EU Migration Curbs

Thanksgiving: Daniel Webster’s Plymouth Oration

Editor’s Note: As Americans gather on this day of Thanksgiving to be with family and enjoy delicious food, it is important to look back and and give thanks for our many blessings as a people. On December 22, 1820–200 years

Thanksgiving: Daniel Webster’s Plymouth Oration

Net Migration to Britain Soars to 260,000 in Blow to Cameron

In a serious blow to Prime Minister David Cameron, new figures reveal that net migration has risen to a record 260,000 per year, leaving his pledge to cut immigration to the tens of thousands in tatters. The data from the

Net Migration to Britain Soars to 260,000 in Blow to Cameron

Zimbabwe Vice President Ousted from Party Post in Succession War

Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru has been ousted from the ruling party’s powerful central committee after being accused of plotting to assassinate President Robert Mugabe, state media reported Wednesday. A provincial executive committee refused to accept Mujuru’s election papers ahead

Zimbabwe Vice President Ousted from Party Post in Succession War

Tunisia’s Anti-Islamist Essebsi Leads Presidential Vote

The head of Tunisia’s anti-Islamist Nidaa Tounes party, Beji Caid Essebsi, leads the country’s presidential election with 39.46 percent of votes, six percentage points ahead of incumbent Moncef Marzouki, results showed Tuesday. Because there was no outright winner, a second

Tunisia’s Anti-Islamist Essebsi Leads Presidential Vote

Revealed: Conservative MPs who Would Win as UKIP Candidates

Seven of the eight serial rebels whose constituency demographics roughly replicate those in Rochester and Strood would win their seats back if they defected to the UK Independence Party (Ukip), according to calculations by Ukip expert Rob Ford. Ford (who

Revealed: Conservative MPs who Would Win as UKIP Candidates

Why Labour’s War on White Van Man Is a War on Working Britain

It’s time to address the elephant in the van. I think you know what I mean. The unmentionable issue of why working people in Britain remain the object of sneering indifference for so many in the comfortable political class. Well,

Why Labour’s War on White Van Man Is a War on Working Britain

Former Tory Minister Calls for Britain to Leave EU

Former Environment Minister Owen Paterson has called for Britain to leave the EU and negotiate a new free trade agreement with Europe. Speaking at the Eurosceptic “Business for Britain” think tank, Mr Paterson told the audience that “As they [the

Former Tory Minister Calls for Britain to Leave EU

Poll: US Post Office Top Rated Federal Agency

A Gallup survey finds 72% of Americans give the US Post Office “good” or “excellent” marks for its service. By a wide margin, the Post Office is viewed more favorably than any other federal agency surveyed by Gallup.  The poll

Poll: US Post Office Top Rated Federal Agency

Bangladesh Ex-Ruling Party Leader Gets Death for War Crimes

DHAKA (Reuters) – A former leader of Bangladesh’s ruling party was sentenced to death by a war crimes tribunal on Monday in connection with atrocities committed during the country’s war of independence from Pakistan. Mobarak Hossain, 64, a local leader

Bangladesh Ex-Ruling Party Leader Gets Death for War Crimes

Trouble Doubled for UK’s Tories

(Reuters) Yet another embarrassing defeat for Britain’s ruling Conservative party. UK Independence Party’s Mark Reckless is sworn into parliament after winning the second parliamentary seat Prime Minister. Follow Breitbart London on Twitter @BreitbartLondon

Trouble Doubled for UK’s Tories

British PM Cameron’s Party Says Likely to Fail to Cut Immigration

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives said on Sunday they were unlikely to keep a promise to reduce net migration to “tens of thousands”, possibly damaging their reelection chances next year. Immigration has shot to the top of voter concerns

British PM Cameron’s Party Says Likely to Fail to Cut Immigration

Tory Party ‘in Disarray’ over Immigration

Prime Minister David Cameron will set out further plans to curb benefits to migrants this week, in an attempt to see off the threat posed by the insurgent UK Independence Party, who won their second MP on Thursday night. His

Tory Party ‘in Disarray’ over Immigration

Cassidy Touts Keystone XL, Opposition to Exec Amnesty

Representative and US Senate candidate Bill Cassidy (R-LA) touted his support for the Keystone XL pipeline and stated his opposition to the president’s executive action during the GOP weekly address on Saturday. Transcript (via ABC News Radio) as Follows: “Hello.

Cassidy Touts Keystone XL, Opposition to Exec Amnesty

Egypt’s Sisi Says Pardon for Al Jazeera Journalists ‘Being Discussed’

(Reuters) – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi suggested on Thursday he was considering pardoning journalists of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera television station jailed in his country for nearly a year on charges of aiding a “terrorist organisation”. Human rights groups

Egypt’s Sisi Says Pardon for Al Jazeera Journalists ‘Being Discussed’