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100,000 Brits sign up for polygamous dating site helping Muslim men find multiple wives

Published time: 24 Oct, 2017 07:05 A website that helps Muslim men find “second wives” in Britain has more than 100,000 users registered, it has been revealed. The practice has been accused of opening women, often younger than their husbands, to physical abuse and even trafficking. In the UK, polygamous marriages – in which a person has more than one ...

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Scientology defectors protest against new Birmingham HQ for ‘money-making cult’

Published time: 23 Oct, 2017 16:35 Protesters rallied outside the Church of Scientology’s new UK base in Birmingham on Monday to oppose its grand opening. The Church has established its headquarters in the £4.2-million Pitmaston House, which it acquired back in 2007. After undergoing a 10-year refurbishment, the development in Moseley was opened to the public adorned with a huge ...

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Tony Blair has just the trick to fix Brexit woes… another referendum

Published time: 23 Oct, 2017 16:10 Tony Blair just can’t butt out of the Brexit debate, whether anybody wants to hear it or not. The ex-PM has come up with an ingenious plan to make absolutely sure Britons are happy with their decision to leave the EU – by holding a second referendum. The suggestion, raised by the Liberal Democrats ...

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Friend or foe? Boris Johnson’s bipolar relationship with Russia in quotes

Blundering Boris Johnson has spent a decade struggling with whether or not he is actually Russian, likes Russia, or can even stomach a visit to Moscow. Even his views on RT threaten to cause a rift around the Johnson family dinner table. The foreign secretary has swung from heaping praise on Russian President Vladimir Putin to condemning everything that comes ...

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Downing Street won’t deny that Theresa May ‘begged’ Jean-Claude Juncker for help in Brexit meeting

Downing Street refuses to comment and the man accused of saying it denies he ever uttered the words. But German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) still says Theresa May “begged for help” in Brussels last week. The claim relates to a private meeting between President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and the British PM last Monday. According to FAZ, ...

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Far-right ‘Identitarian’ movement aiming to launch UK branch, but who are they?

A far-right movement which has united young nationalists from Canada, the US and across the European Union, resulting in shocking, often hostile anti-migration campaigns, is plotting to set up shop in the UK. Read more Génération Identitaire rose to notoriety when it blocked the roads to the Calais migrant camp and attempted to block a charity vessel bringing migrants from ...

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Milo Yiannopoulos says 12,000 refugees are rapists… backtracks when told they’re Christian

Published time: 23 Oct, 2017 10:08 Controversial right-wing firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos labeled thousands of Syrian refugees “rapists,” before backtracking on his comments when he discovered they were actually Christian. He made the comments on an Australian radio station. 3AWradio journalist Neil Mitchell asked Yiannopoulos whether Australians ought to be concerned about the number of Syrian refugees the nation is taking ...

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Moms-to-be are not pregnant ‘women,’ but ‘people’ – UK to UN

A mom-to-be cannot be called a “pregnant woman” – she is a “pregnant person,” the UK government reportedly said in an amendment to a UN treaty. The changes, which claim to consider trans parents’ rights, have triggered a backlash. The UK has objected to use of the term “pregnant woman,” as it may “exclude transgender people who have given birth,” ...

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Brit faces three months in jail after touching Arab man on the hip in Dubai nightclub

Published time: 23 Oct, 2017 07:51 Edited time: 23 Oct, 2017 08:02 A British man has been sentenced to three months in prison for touching a man on the hip while on a night out in Dubai. Jamie Harron, 27, an electrician from Stirling, was on a two-day stopover in the United Arab Emirates when he brushed past Jordanian businessman ...

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‘Make them accountable’: Backlash against Tory who called for ISIS heads

Radicalized men and women who fought on the side of terrorists in Syria should be gunned down, instead of being brought before the courts, a Conservative minister says. Rory Stewart is facing a major backlash after he insisted the only way to keep Britons safe from terrorism is to make sure anyone who took the side of Islamic State (IS, ...

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