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Ukip move out of London headquarters amid claims of financial difficulties

Mirror | Monday, 29 June 2015

Ukip have moved out of their London headquarters amid claims of major financial difficulties for the party. Staff are "packing up boxes" at the party's plush Mayfair offices, and have reportedly been working from home while they look for new premises. A Ukip source claims contractors and staff have gone unpaid, and more...

UKIP candidate who branded European integration 'genocide' dropped by employer

Express & Star by . | Sunday, 28 June 2015

Steve Latham, who formerly drove coaches for National Express and is also standing in a Sandwell Council by-election, posted a message on Facebook which is an edited version of a piece written by someone else that has appeared on the blog of far right group Golden Dawn. However, Mr Latham, standing more...

UKIP official Gordon Parkin forced to delete racists Facebook posts after sharing them

NE Chronicle by Rachel Wearmouth | Sunday, 28 June 2015

A senior UKIP official has been forced to delete racists Facebook posts after claiming he accidentally shared them to his followers. Mr Parkin, who is assistant to North East Euro MP Jonathan Arnott and who has himself stood for Parliament, shared a series of images by the far-right groups Britain First more...

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Leicester brothers feared to have joined Islamic State.

ITV by . | Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Two brothers from Leicester are among a group of students thought to have travelled to Turkey in a bid to join Islamic State (IS). It is reported Ibrahim and Mohamed Ageed were among a larger group studying in Sudan, including seven Britons in all, who left for Turkey on Friday. The two more...

Islamic State kill at least 70 in Egypt

Channel 4 News by . | Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Today's attack is the second high-profile attack to happen in Egypt this week. On Monday, Egypt's prosecutor was killed in a car bombing in Cairo as he left his home.Islamic State's affiliate in Egypt claimed responsibility for today's attack in Sinai via its twitter account.The army said five checkpoints were more...

Islamist gunmen attack western Mali town, 12 dead

Reuters by TIEMOKO DIALLO AND SOULEYMANE AG ANARA | Sunday, 28 June 2015

Suspected Islamist fighters attacked a town in western Mali near the border with neighbouring Mauritania before dawn on Saturday, leaving 12 people dead, including three soldiers and nine attackers, the defence ministry said. The ministry's statement did not identify the assailants, but a senior army officer said military intelligence and initial more...

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CROATIA | Far-right surges in Croatia as EU disappointment spreads

Thursday, 25 June 2015, 00:58 | Source: Times of Israel | | Click here for original article

In this May 16, 2015 photo, a man from Croatia wearing WWII Croatian "Ustasha" insignia attends a memorial to the thousands of victims of the mass killings by Yugoslav communists, in Bleiburg, Austria. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic) In this Friday, June 12, 2015 file photo, a big Nazi Swastika symbol is more...

USA | Right-wing terrorism has killed 48 people in the US since 2001

Thursday, 25 June 2015, 00:45 | Source: vox.com | | Click here for original article

Dylann Roof, the suspect in the Charleston killings, wearing a jacket with flags from apartheid-era South Africa and from Rhodesia. A new study on domestic terrorism, conducted by New America's David Sterman and Peter Bergen, found that right-wing terrorism in the United States has killed 48 people since September more...

HUNGARY | Ousted head of trade union claims he was victim of coup

Saturday, 20 June 2015, 00:02 | Source: politics.hu | | Click here for original article

The former head of one of Hungary’s biggest employee groups, the rail workers’ union (VDSZSZ), has said “anti-Semites and racists” close to far-right Jobbik are to blame for his failure to be re-elected at its May congress. In an article on hirado.hu, István Gaskó, who has occupied the post since more...