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France tells Britain to take in MORE migrants and pay for MORE security at Calais

France will this week urge Britain to take in more migrants and pay a larger cost towards policing them as part of a revision of the so-called Le Touquet agreement. By – Peter Allen It was in 2003 that Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Jacques Chirac signed the historic document that revolutionised border controls in Channel ports. It meant moving the French frontier to the ...

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Britain: heading towards disaster

Reports of alleged links between Islamic charities and terrorism or extremism surged to a record high, according to the Charity Commission, a charity watchdog. By – Soeren Kern  Azad Ali, an Islamist who has said that he supports killing British soldiers, was named a director of Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend), a controversial Muslim pressure group which advises the British government. ...

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Theresa May accuses Russia of interfering in elections and fake news

Theresa May has accused Russia of meddling in elections and planting fake stories in the media in an extraordinary attack on its attempts to “weaponise information” in order to sow discord in the west. Via: Rowena Mason  The prime minister spoke out against “the scale and nature” of Russia’s actions during an address at the lord mayor’s banquet, saying it was “threatening ...

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UK: Still Welcoming Jihadis

What excuse is there in a country which has now seen and suffered the effects of Islamist terror so many times, a country that the Prime Minister has claimed has had “enough” of this terror, for precisely the same two clerics to return to the UK for another tour? Via: Douglas Murray   On their visit to the UK last summer, the ...

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UK: 23,000 Terrorists and Counting

Theresa May herself is also not entirely to be trusted in this area. Despite her calls for no tolerance for extremism, she has recently been widely criticized for blocking publication of a major report into foreign funding of extremist Muslim groups. Via: Denis MacEoin     For years now, radical preachers, terrorist recruiters, and fundamentalists who openly hate this country, its democratic ...

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UK Terrorism: ‘Enough’ is Not ‘Enough’

Were terror attacks like this simply something that the British public would have to get used to, as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, had suggested? What if the public did not want to get used to them? Via: Douglas Murray       That the UK authorities allowed the “Al-Quds Day” march to proceed through the streets of London and for ...

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Trump On London “We Must Stop Being Politically Correct” Or “It Will Only Get Worse”

After a torrid night, in which at least seven people were killed in a terrorist rampage by three knife-wielding assailants in London, President Trump took to Twitter to warn terrorism will “only get worse” if officials don’t “get down to the business of security for our own people” and end political correctness. Via: Tyler Durden  “We must stop being politically correct ...

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British Snap Election: Will Voters Opt for Intolerance and Xenophobia?

On June 8, British voters will head to the polls, three years early. When Prime Minister Theresa May called last month for a snap election, the assumption was that she would win easily and increase her parliamentary majority. Recent numbers, however, show the gap closing between May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Via: Alan M. Dershowitz           ...

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Manchester a Reminder That Terror Threat Is ‘Not Going Away’

Top U.S. intelligence officials have yet to confirm Islamic State’s claim of responsibility for the deadly Manchester attack, but they warn the incident is a reminder that the threat of terrorism around the world is real and “is not going away.” Via: Jeff  Seldin  “We have not verified yet the connection,” Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told lawmakers Tuesday during ...

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Islam and Multiculturalism in Britain- April 2017

Some forms of “honor based” abuse, such as “breast ironing,” often go undetected because teachers are unaware that it exists. Helen Porter said: “Breast ironing has been carried out for many generations and is usually performed by mothers who wish to prevent their daughters from being sexually attractive to men in a bid to protect them from child marriage and ...

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