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
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’
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.
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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
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
BRITISH TAXPAYERS could face a bill of up to £6.2billion for a new EU fund to hand out cash to countries that want to join the crisis-hit euro, it emerged yesterday.
Brussels chiefs may borrow up to £42.5billion
Brussels chiefs are planning to borrow up to £42.5billion from the money markets to lend . . . → Read More: Britain faces £6bn bill to help others join euro
PRIMARY schools are having to spend an estimated £270million a year teaching young pupils English because their parents are failing to speak the language at home.
Primary schools are having to spend millions each year teaching its pupils English
The Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank has calculated that schools are being forced . . . → Read More: Schools forced to splurge on teaching foreign pupils English
Nigel Farage, Ukip’s leader, and his members have plenty of reasons for being chipper at the moment
It has attracted more than 20 council defectors from the Conservatives since the beginning of the year – a rate of more than one a week. It has also taken councillors off the several . . . → Read More: Ukip defections surge in local election threat to Tories
One of Europe’s most prominent statesmen has warned that resentment of Germany across the continent is so high that war remained a danger.
Jean Claude Juncker, a long-time president of the European Council, painted an ominous portrait of Europe, claiming there ‘chilling’ parallels in 2013 with 100 years ago – the eve of the . . . → Read More: Anti-German anger ‘could lead to a war’: EU chief warns