Polls suggest Hungarys conservative-populist premier Viktor Orbán has win a third term in todays national elections. With 199 seats up for grabs, Europe Elects is sharing estimates which suggest Fidesz, the party founded by Prime Minister Orbán while he was a young anti-Communist dissident,
Historic England, the public body tasked with preserving Englands heritage, is advertising paid training placements for itself, the National Trust, English Heritage and other bodies which are not open to white people.
Brexit campaign leader and former UKIP chief Nigel Farage is joining a symbolic boat-burning in Whitstable as fishermen protest their “betrayal” by Government in the Brexit negotiations.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is expected to win his third consecutive term – and fourth overall – in Sundays national vote but opposition leaders were encouraged by a high early turnout.
Pope Francis took advantage of midday prayers before some 50,000 people to condemn the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, citing “terrible reports” of dozens of dead, including women and children.
The first gift that the risen Christ offers his followers is the forgiveness of sins, Pope Francis said in his homily Sunday, when the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of divine mercy.
Mass migration has pushed up house prices by 20 per cent, the housing minister has confirmed, admitting the link between open borders and soaring property prices.
A new poll has found that more than half of voters think Labour has an anti-Semitism problem and over a third think Jeremy Corbyn is himself anti-Semitic.
PARIS — The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is making his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit from his shake-up of the conservative kingdom.
Thousands of school pupils and university students have returned to classes in Syria in territory recaptured from jihadists by Assad, reports AFP.
Vasily Nebenzia, Russias ambassador to the United Nations, told a Security Council meeting that Britains allegations in the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal are reminiscent of Nazi propaganda.
Sociologist Olivier Galland has slammed many of his fellow academics for having a myopic view of radicalisation in France, saying that the effect of Islam is more important than social factors like poverty.
Israels actions in defending its borders against repeated Palestinian attacks have been called “inhumane” by UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Authorities warned that the number of Muslim fundamentalists including “jihadists” living in Germany has doubled to 11,000 in just a few years.
The Swedish security agency Sapo claims that the number of new terror attack tips has increased to at least one every other day while the agency is given 6,000 tips a month in general.
Former The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr says his new album was inspired by Brexit, President Donald Trump, and “the virus of right-wing ideology that is spreading through the nervous system of the Western world.”
In a bizarre irony, the German daily newspaper Die Welt has proclaimed U.S. President Donald Trump “the most successful climate protector in the world” after a new global climate report revealed that U.S. carbon dioxide emissions dropped dramatically during Trumps first year in office.
Pope Francis challenged a group of young people to examine their willingness to change for God on Saturday, insisting that they must “deny themselves” in order to truly be free.
A number of people are reported dead after a vehicle was driven into a group of pedestrians in Munster, Germany.
Homosexual Chechens are fleeing the region to escape hideous abuses at the hands of national security forces.
Somali migrant Aweys Shikhey has been imprisoned after discussing murdering the Queen, the Prime Minister, British Jews, and Tottenham FC fans, before attempting to join the Islamic State.
Sadiq Khans record as Mayor of London has been slammed by Sunday Times journalist Andrew Gilligan, a former City Hall commissioner.
With Hungarians set to go to the polls on Sunday, a spokesman for the Prime Minister has warned organisations sponsored by billionaire financier George Soros are working to blackmail the country into accepting mass migration.
There has been a purge of extremists and potential terrorists working on Londons transport network to guard against another Islamic State attack, the Governments security minister has revealed.
The UKs foreign aid budget soared by £555 million to almost £14 billion last year – meaning it has more than doubled in roughly a decade.
The Belgian Islamic party Partij Islam is set to run candidates in 28 municipalities in the upcoming Belgian municipal elections and have declared their intention to create an Islamic State in which women and men have to ride in separate buses.
Czech police arrested six Algerians after reports of them gang-raping a 35-year-old Irish tourist in a Prague hotel, forcing the police to break down the door of the hotel room when one suspect refused to come out.
Two men have been shot in Luton, a large and diverse town in Bedfordshire, north-west of London.
The fake news media thought it had a “scoop” last night, as a video on a third party YouTube account embedded on a Breitbart London story went missing. The video features Brexit leader Nigel Farage thanking former Breitbart News Chairman
NEW YORK (AP) — Ultimate fighting star Conor McGregor is facing criminal charges after a backstage melee injured two fighters and forced the removal of three bouts on Saturday night from UFCs biggest card this year.
LONDON (AP) — Ex-spy Sergei Skripal is improving rapidly and is no longer in critical condition, a British health official said Friday, a month after he and his daughter were poisoned with a rare nerve agent that triggered a diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — The former Mexican President Vicente Fox let the “globalist cat out of the bag” last night at Maryland University, heaping praise on the pragmatism of the authoritarian regime in China, while blasting democracy and the will
A failed Pakistani asylum seeker has admitted slaughtering his two-year-old daughter, almost severing her head, in an alleged revenge act to “punish” his wife.
Swedish cases of the sexually transmitted disease Gonorrhoea saw a record-breaking rise in 2017, continuing the reverse of a trend which saw the disease being almost totally eradicated just a decade ago.
Shop prices for British consumers have fallen since the Brexit vote, with Barclays boss Jes Staley admitting any impact from leaving the EU will be so small it goes unnoticed.
“Political correctness has directly led to the murder rate going up in London,” former UKIP leader and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Nigel Farage has argued.
The former chairman of the Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Ireland has challenged a “campaign of fear and misinformation” being waged in the lead-up to a national referendum on abortion.
French conservative politician Nicholas Dupont-Aignan, who gave his support to anti-mass migration presidential candidate Marine Le Pen last year, has been given a suspended fine of 5,000 euros for speaking about a “migrant invasion”.
Another six young people have been stabbed overnight in Sadiq Khans London, which recently surpassed New York City for murders for the first time since 1800.
A Catholic Mass will be celebrated next October in the medieval cathedral of Lund, where Catholics have not worshiped since the days of the Reformation.
The rise in the number of children needing state welfare in Germany is being primarily driven by migrants arriving from the Middle East and from poorer European Union nations.
There are almost 2,000 asylum seekers now living on the streets of Paris, with the vast majority congregated in a large tent city in the north of the French capital.
Detectives drafted into a diverse London borough at the centre of a number of serious corruption scandals are reportedly looking into 39 new claims of electoral fraud ahead of local elections next month.
The BBC faked scenes for a new documentary, sparking a controversy that follows previous revelations about faked sequences involving a tame wolf and Mongolian camel herders.
Sadiq Khan has admitted failing to meet any families bereaved by Londons recent murder spree, as well as refusing to apologise for not making any public appearances as Mayor until Thursday, in a car cash interview.