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Ukip's Latest MP Mark Reckless Has Already Been Left 'Sore' By Nigel Farage

Huffington Post by Charlotte Meredith | Saturday, 22 November 2014

Ukip's latest MP Mark Reckless has suggested he wasn't overly happy about his party's policy on migrants admitting it was "changed" after a furious row erupted over comments he made about turfing European migrants out of the UK in a disastrous pre-election hustings. In comments that were met with horror and more...


Ex-UKIP candidate David Evans jailed for animal cruelty

BBC by BBC | Thursday, 20 November 2014

A farmer who was set to stand as a UKIP candidate in Cornwall has been jailed for four months for animal cruelty.David Evans, from Week St Mary, near Bude, was also banned from keeping sheep and ordered to pay costs of £714.At Bodmin Magistrates' Court, he admitted six charges of more...


Ukip Member Kicked out for Attending Britain First Mega Mosque March

IBT by Ewan Palmer | Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A member of Ukip has been kicked out of the party after attending a rally organised by the far right group Britain First, according to reports. Ukip member Malcolm Jackson said he has received a letter from the party saying his membership had been rescinded because of his "connections to Britain more...


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Round-up of militant jihadism in the news.

British jihadi reportedly killed in Syria fighting for Isis

The Guardian by Vikram Dodd | Saturday, 22 November 2014

A London man has been killed fighting for Islamic State (Isis), social media accounts linked to the extremist group have said. Abu Abdullah al-Habashi was said to have died in fighting in and around the Syrian border town of Kobani. He was born into a Christian family of Eritrean heritage and converted more...


Slough conference aims to tackle Muslim radicalisation

BBC by BBC | Saturday, 22 November 2014

An event has been hosted by Muslims in Slough aiming to combat radicalisation.Zafar Ali, chairman of governors at a primary school and head of Slough Faith Partnership, organised the conference with schools and officials in the area."Bring it on, because we have to stand up," he said. "The time has more...


Terror arrests: Three appear in court

BBC by BBC | Thursday, 20 November 2014

Three terrorism suspects arrested earlier this month have been charged and are appearing in court.Nadir Ali Sayed, Yousaf Shah Syed and Haseeb Hamayoon are accused of preparing acts of terrorism.They were arrested on 6 November in London and High Wycombe and are currently at a preliminary hearing before Westminster magistrates.A more...


World news

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FRANCE | French appeals court upholds Le Pen's fine over insult to Roma ...

Monday, 24 November 2014, 23:20 | Source:romea.cz | | Click here for original article

A French appeals court has upheld the EUR 5 000 fine levied against the former chair of the French ultra-nationalist party Front National (FN), Jean-Marie Le Pen, for saying Romani people are "like birds, [who] fly/steal naturally" a remark that in French played on the fact that the word voler more...


FRANCE | France’s cash-strapped far right turns to Russian lender

Monday, 24 November 2014, 23:16 | Source: france24.com | | Click here for original article

The French far right’s cosiness with Vladimir Putin’s Russia is back in the spotlight as Marine Le Pen’s party confirms it borrowed nine million euros from a Russian lender, saying “no one else will give us a cent”. France’s far-right National Front (FN) said Sunday it had borrowed the money more...


EUROPEAN UNION | MEPs dismiss censure motion as far-right ploy

Monday, 24 November 2014, 21:31 | Source:.europeanvoice.com | | Click here for original article

A censure motion put forward by the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group and far-right unaffiliated allies against Jean-Claude Juncker’s European Commission was described as a cynical ploy by the other political groups in a debate in Strasbourg tonight (24 November). All 28 European commissioners were present, though more...