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
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
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
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
A senior Ukip politician has said Kosovo should not be allowed to join the European Union because Britain “already has enough” criminals.
Members of the European Parliament
Gerard Batten, a Ukip MEP, said people from the “lawless” country should not get an open door to come to Britain.
(Scroll down for . . . → Read More: We have enough criminals so keep Kosovo out of Europe, says Ukip MEP
THE true scale of European Union fraud is at least 12 times greater than officially acknowledged by Brussels, a report from the House of Lords said yesterday.
Billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money may be lost by EU fiddling
Senior peers estimated billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money is lost in fiddles every . . . → Read More: Lords accuse Brussels of covering up £4bn fiddles
Forty-seven people were arrested in a protest at the UK’s Faslane Naval Base in Scotland. ‘Scrap Trident’ anti-nuclear activists blocked the base’s entrances, lying on the ground in a human chain tied together with metal and plastic tubes.
Police estimated that nearly 250 people participated in the demonstration. Around 20 protesters sat . . . → Read More: ‘Scrap Trident’: British police arrest 47 leftist protesters at Faslane nuclear base
The BBC is setting aside a staggering £10 million to cover the cost of the three inquiries set up following the Jimmy Savile scandal.
Lawyers’ fees will account for most of the final bill but details released under the Freedom of Information Act show that a public relations firm, a corporate investigations company and a . . . → Read More: Savile probes to cost BBC (YOU) £10million: 19 witnesses were allowed up to £50,000 of legal advice
How the Left’s grip on Britain is tightening, with ever more control over key public bodies since David Cameron came to power
Voters in the Yorkshire seaside town of Redcar may have felt a stab of deja vu in recent days. Into their lives once more there barged a tall, shock-headed lawyer with a . . . → Read More: Lib-Lab-Con: How the Left’s grip on Britain is tightening, with ever more control over key public
Baroness Thatcher will be given a rare ceremonial funeral with military honours to mark her huge influence on Britain.
Parliament will be recalled in tribute to Baroness Thatcher, Britain’s first and only female prime minister, who died this morning.
Lady Thatcher’s children Mark and Carol said their mother, who suffered bouts of . . . → Read More: Margaret Thatcher Dies At 87 After Stroke