An Oxfordshire child sex trafficking ring has been convicted of a string of sex offences against six girls aged between 11 and 16.
The men groomed vulnerable young girls, plied them with drugs and alcohol then forced them to have sex with men, subjecting them to both physical and sexual violence.
Brothers . . . → Read More: Another Muslim Child Sex Trafficking Ring Guilty
Laying untouched for seven decades the abandoned home was discovered three years ago after its owner died aged 91. The woman who owned the flat had left for the south of France before the Second World War and never returned. And in the 70 years since, it looks like no-one had set foot . . . → Read More: Paris apartment untouched for 70 years: Treasure trove finally revealed after owner locked up and fled at outbreak of WWII
This unique shopfront has been frozen in time for more than a decade after its owner left it exactly as it was on the last day of business.
Brian Moore took over George Moore Menswear in Bowes Park, north west London, after his father passed away in 1969.
But when it came time for . . . → Read More: The clothes store left as it was on the last day of trading 12 years ago
White Britons (English, Scottish and Welsh) choosing not to live in minority-dominated areas “ought to make us a little anxious”, researchers say.
A “retreat” of white Britons from areas where minorities live is limiting cultural integration, according to research by think tank Demos.
The invasion of the UK by the third world . . . → Read More: White Britons ‘In Retreat’ From Minority Areas
An experimental unmanned aircraft flies for three-and-a-half minutes at five times the speed of sound.
An aircraft designed by Boeing has made history by achieving the longest ever hypersonic flight by a jet-fuel powered aircraft.
The X-51A WaveRider flew for three-and-a-half minutes at five times the speed of sound, the US Air . . . → Read More: Boeing Aircraft Sets Hypersonic Flight Record
A Chinese gangster who said being forced to leave his Christian retreat centre would ‘devastate’ him and a convicted Somalian sex attacker cannot be kicked out of Britain because of human rights laws.
Tsai Wang Chen, 39, has settled in a church community where he grows vegetables and looks after hens after being released . . . → Read More: Two criminal immigrants UK can’t deport because of THEIR human rights
The MP steps up Tory attacks on UKIP after questions are raised about the credentials of the party’s local election candidates.
Conservative Cabinet minister Ken Clarke has dismissed UKIP’s politicians as “clowns” and some of its supporters as racist in a scathing attack on the party.
He said UKIP had no positive . . . → Read More: Plastic Tory: Ken Clarke Brands UKIP Politicians ‘Clowns’
Eleven men from Birmingham told to be silent by judge at London court Jihadist cell, aged between 21 and 34, wanted to kill up to 2,000 Britons Expected to be jailed on Friday after plot to explode 8 rucksack bombs Rahin Ahmed stole thousands under cover of legitimate street collector The group’s three . . . → Read More: Muslims planning ‘another 9/11′ on British soil told to ‘stay quiet’ after laughing and joking in dock as they await sentence
Discovery … scientists took Cat scan of ‘Atacama Humanoid’
BOFFINS have finally helped to unravel one of the world’s most baffling “alien” mysteries.
For ten years the remains of a six-inch “space alien” discovered in Chile’s Atacama Desert have been hailed as evidence of alien life.
But the remains – known as . . . → Read More: TV show reveals ‘truth’ of 6in skeleton found in desert
Where has the backlash against America’s Muslims been?
Whenever a bomb goes off in America or Britain, some liberals’ first reaction is to wonder whether stupid white people will go crazy and attack Muslims. Even while the dust of said bomb is settling, a certain breed of heartless commentator will shift his attention . . . → Read More: Where is the mob of Muslim-hating Americans going crazy after Boston?
A tiny robot has made a momentous archaeological discovery deep under the famous Temple of Quetzalcoatl, near the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico, it was announced on Monday.
Experts expected to find just one ancient chamber at the end of a stretch of 2,000-year-old unexplored tunnel at the Teotihuacan site. Instead, the remote-controlled . . . → Read More: Robot discovers three unexplored passages in 2,000-year-old tunnel near the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico