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EU’s Donald Tusk hampered post-Brexit free movement deal – New Europeans CEO (VIDEO)

The New Europeans group has rounded on President of the European Council Donald Tusk, accusing him of creating unnecessary barriers for the British citizens during Brexit negotiations and being generally uncooperative. Leader of the pro-European Union civil group the New Europeans, Roger Casale, has rounded on Tusk over British citizens rights in the EU during a session of the European ...

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Home Office rejects recognition of Sharia marriages into UK civil law

The Home Office has resisted calls to compel Muslim couples to register their Sharia marriages under UK civil law, following the recommendations of a review launched by Theresa May into Sharia councils. Announcing its findings on Thursday, the report recommended that Muslim couples should be compelled to register their Islamic marriage in a civil ceremony – or face fines from ...

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Same sex couples to be included in classroom literature, says UK education giant

Same-sex couples will now be included in school textbooks, according to one of the United Kingdom’s largest education companies. Pearson will update their products to ensure their resources are “LGBT inclusive.” A new secondary-school handbook advising teachers how they can make the curriculum more inclusive for LGBT students has been distributed by the charity, Stonewall. It is sponsored by education ...

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EU to veto Brexit if Theresa May fails to protect citizens’ rights, Brussels sources say

EU diplomats are threatening to veto any Brexit deal if Theresa May doesn’t backtrack on her “shameful” plans to deprive EU citizens of free movement rights during a transition period, it has been claimed. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday during a three-day trip to China, the prime minister left audiences baffled when she seemed to suddenly toughen her stance on ...

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Sexual assault of cows leads pensioner to be banned from all UK farms

A pensioner has been banned from every farm in Britain after he was found guilty of sexually abusing cows in a UK field in the summer of 2017. The 80-year-old man is currently on bail awaiting sentencing, but has been ordered to keep off farms, where judges fear he may find more bovine victims. John Curno was spotted masturbating while ...

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Finsbury Park terrorist attack: Man who vowed to ‘kill all Muslims’ found guilty of murder

A man who vowed to “kill all Muslims” before deliberately ploughing a van into worshippers outside a mosque in Finsbury Park has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder. Darren Osborne, 48, of Glyn Rhosyn in Cardiff, was convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of killing 51-year-old Makram Ali and injuring nine others when he drove a van into them ...

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Tory Brexiteers accused of using taxpayer cash to fund anti-EU campaigns

Hardline Brexit Tories are being accused of breaking parliamentary rules by funding anti-European Union campaigns with taxpayer’s money. Labour is now calling for an urgent review. Cabinet ministers, including high-ranking portfolio holders Sajid Javid, Andrea Leadsom, Penny Mordaunt and David Gauke, have been accused of breaking rules. According to campaign group OpenDemocracy, they have funded the ‘hard Brexit’ European Research ...

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Scrap ‘barbaric’ pre-Victorian powers to detain rough sleepers, homeless campaign group tells RT

“Dickensian” laws allowing for thousands of homeless and “peaceful” beggars to be removed from the streets and prosecuted should be repealed, an Oxford University campaign group told RT. On Your Doorstep, a homelessness campaign group part of the university’s student union, launched a petition calling for the pre-Victorian Vagrancy Act 1824 to be repealed, as it criminalizes some of the ...

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Theresa May refuses to defend Gavin Williamson over affair with junior employee

Gavin Williamson has come under fresh scrutiny after Prime Minister Theresa May refused to back the defence secretary over claims he didn’t tell the truth about a “flirtatious” relationship he had with a former junior colleague. The recently appointed defence secretary, who took over from Michael Fallon after he resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, admitted his affair in an interview ...

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Carrie Gracie slams BBC lies over gender pay gap, warning it’s in ‘deep trouble’

The BBC is stumbling towards a “Greek tragedy” over its lies about the corporation’s gender pay gap, according to Carrie Gracie, who told MPs the atmosphere at the broadcasting house has become “toxic.” During a parliamentary committee on Wednesday, the former China editor said the BBC risks indelibly tarnishing its reputation as it falls short of admitting the pay discrepancy ...

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