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Top EU Court Rules Against Mass Surveillance In Britain

THE EUROPEAN UNION’S TOP court has severely undermined the British government’s mass surveillance powers in a new ruling that could rein in police and spy agency investigations. In a judgment handed down in Luxembourg on Wednesday, the European Court of Justice declared that the “general and indiscriminate retention” of data about people’s communications and locations was inconsistent with privacy rights. The ...

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EU criticises Turkey but not ready to halt membership talks

European Union foreign ministers on Monday criticised Turkey’s crackdown on alleged supporters of a failed military coup in July but Austria’s call to suspend Ankara’s EU membership bid failed to garner enough backing. As the 28 EU foreign ministers met in Brussels, President Tayyip Erdogan said he was ready to hold a referendum on whether to continue the membership talks ...

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NATO troops have been put on RED ALERT

NATO troops will be put on a higher state of alert because of increasing tensions with Vladimir Putin and Russia, the head of the military alliance has said. Commanders are also set to prepare a huge land force to terrify the Russians into not showing aggression. GETTY IMAGES – US special forces were some of more than 5,000 Nato soldiers who took ...

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Where are all the girls? Third all-male group of Muslim migrant ‘children’ begin their journey from the Calais Jungle to the UK

A third group of Muslims ‘child’ refugees are on their way to Britain after being loaded into a minivan in France. Pictures of those being bussed over appeared to show all were male once again, as the group boarded a vehicle in Saint Omer ahead of their journey from Calais to the UK. It comes as it emerged the teenage ...

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Calais mayor fails in bid to stop anti-migrant wall

The mayor of the northern French port of Calais on Monday made a failed bid to halt construction of a wall aimed at stopping migrants from trying to reach Britain. Natacha Bouchart, who pledged on September 23 to use “all legal weapons in my possession” to fight the barrier, filed an injunction to halt work on the wall. But the ...

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France’s New Muslim Sharia Police

Are French institutions sacrificing one freedom for another? Is equality between men and women being sacrificed to freedom of religion (Islam) to impose its diktats on French society? If someone still does not realize that the Islamic dress code is the Trojan horse of Islamist jihad, he will learn it fast. For years, “big brothers” have been obliging their mothers ...

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Inside Iran August 14, 2016

Main Points At least six Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) fighters and one regular army officer were killed during the past two weeks battling Syrian rebels in the Aleppo region. Qasem Soleimani, commander of the IRGC’s Qods Force, recently paid a visit to the family of the commander of the Afghan Fatemiyoun Brigade who was killed in Syria in February ...

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Ban Islamic schools, Sharia courts and face-veil in public

Local councillor Lisa Duffy, who is bidding to replace Nigel Farage as Ukip leader, this morning set out what she termed a “positive vision for British Islam” as a major plank of her campaign.Ms Duffy was accused of “dog whistle politics” and of portraying Ukip as “small-minded” and “chasing the bigot vote” by her leadership rivals.But the former shop manager ...

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ISIS jihadis will slip into Britain through small ports with no border control

Concerns the extremists are using increasingly cunning ways to get into Britain have been raised after it was revealed Border Force only has three boats patrolling the UK’s waters. Crews entering British ports on leisure sailing and motor boats are able to disembark without being questioned, with marinas often not having an official in sight, according to concerned port workers. ...

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1.6 million migrants from the EU settle in Britain

More than 1.6 million migrants moved to Britain from within the EU in less than a decade. The astonishing figure – the equivalent to the populations of Manchester and Birmingham combined – settled here between 2006 and 2014, according to the UK Statistics Authority. It means an average of 500 people every day for nine years exercised their right to ...

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