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Did Britain Ban American Pro-Life Activist Bryan Kemper?

A columnist for a British newspaper has suggested banning Priests for Life Youth Director Bryan Kemper from the United Kingdom. In a convoluted piece full of UPPERCASE OUTRAGE, Observer columnist Catherine Bennett talks about the British ban on self-described “seduction expert” Julien Blanc, and suggests some others who might abandon all hope of ever again […]

Couple Adopts EIGHT BROTHERS To Keep Them From Getting Separated!

41 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : CocoPerez

Wow! Talk about modern family! When Melissa Groves and her hubby Scott couldn't get pregnant, they decided to go the difficult but rewarding route of adoption. [ Related: Britain's Got Talent Alum Susan Boyle Has 'A Lot Of Love To Give' & Wants To Adopt! ] But little did they know how BIG their reward was going to [...]

News in Europe: Putin in Mayonnaise

Citizens, there’s a ghost haunting the corridors of Westminster. A demented, racist ghost with delusions of grandeur. Yes, it’s Ukip, and they have just won another by-election. I’m starting to think that the good people of Britain have lost their minds. This is a party that literally doesn’t know what it’s doing. The only thing they’re good at is scaring... Read More

Inspectors Condemn Rural Schools for Not Being Multicultural Enough

Britain's Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) has downgraded more schools, many of them in rural predominantly white areas, saying students were “not prepared well for life in modern-day Britain”. One of those which had its rating...Show More Summary

Drinkers in the U.K. are getting alcohol pills

Tens of thousands of people in Britain who drink more than three glasses of wine nightly will be given a daily alcohol pill. The pill, Nalmefene, will reduce their dependence on alcohol and costs about $4.70 a day. The drug apparently reduces the urge to drink and can cut alcohol consumption by as much as two-thirds after six months. Show More Summary

What is Tony Blair’s ‘global legacy?’

5 hours agoNews : BlogPost

Last week, Tony Blair, former prime minister of Britain, was in New York to accept the Global Legacy Award from Save the Children, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ben Affleck and Samantha Power at the high profile Illumination Gala. Read full article >>

How Charles Koch Sent His Emissary to London to Launch Climate Denial

Climate denial was imported from the United States to Britain by a free market idealist employed by the billionaire oil baron Charles Koch. DeSmog UK tells their story for the first time in a two-part longread from our epic history series.  John Blundell was an idealist. Show More Summary

New research shows sportswomen still second best to the press!

DESPITE a sequence of stellar performances by Britain's female athletes and team game players, coverage of women's sport in the Press still occupies a fraction of the space given to men, according to University of Huddersfield lecturer Deirdre O'Neill, who has analysed thousands of articles in newspapers that she describes as a "football-saturated boyzone". read more

Ironically, Thanksgiving is starting to catch on in Great Britain

The United States is a great importer and transformer of other people's holidays — St. Patrick's Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mardi Gras — but it looks like America is now exporting one of its own. Yes, reports "savvy shopper" Harriet Arkell in Britain's Daily Mail, Thanksgiving is becoming a thing in England. Show More Summary

National Security 'Potentially Compromised' by Defence Reforms

A report from leading think-tank the Royal United Services Institute has again called into question the effectiveness Britain's armed forces reforms, calling the lack of planning within government “unacceptable”. The report criticises...Show More Summary

Rail Travellers Urged to 'Run and Hide' in the Event of a Mumbai-Style Attack

The British Transport Police have been handing out leaflets to commuters all across the country urging them to “run, hide and tell” in the event of a Mumbai-style terrorist attack on Britain’s railways. Featuring images of commutersShow More Summary

Great Britons: George Stephenson – The Man Who Built the First Steam Railway

George Stephenson was a 19th century self-made railway engineer who designed the earliest steam-railway systems in Britain. His work set in motion the development of rail transport and greatly accelerated the growth of the Industrial Revolution. Show More Summary

Jolly Good Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving in Britain

Kirsty Wigglesworth/APDanny Lidgate places a turkey on display at his shop in London. By DANICA KIRKA LONDON -- Plump turkeys in butcher shop windows. Harvest displays of pumpkin and corn. Sandwich boards describing groaning feasts. Thanksgiving isn't a holiday in Britain, but you might be forgiven for being fooled. Show More Summary

New reinsurer targets 38 African states

One Re said it’s seeking clients across 38 African countries in the next year as growth outpaces developed regions. ||| Johannesburg - One Re, the first reinsurer approved under Britain’s “twin peaks” system of financial regulation, said it’s seeking clients across 38 African countries in the next year as growth outpaces developed regions. Show More Summary

BRITAIN: Christian Group Battles For The Right To Discriminate Against Gays

9 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Britain's Coalition For Marriage (C4M) is continuing their battle for a "conscience clause" which would allow Christian-owned businesses to refuse to serve gay people. You might recall that during Britain's campaign for marriage equality,...Show More Summary

Britain is 'Sleepwalking into Losing Religious Freedoms,' says Christian Leader

A Christian leader has warned that Britain is “sleepwalking into losing religious freedoms,” thanks to a prevailing liberal culture that promotes a hierarchy of rights which demotes religion below all other considerations. She called...Show More Summary

Class war skirmishes in England

Several manifestations of verbal and visual class warfare have recently hit the mass media in Britain. The subtlest example, least transparent to outsiders, is the affair of the white van in Rochester — William James, "In class obsessed Britain, tweet of 'white van' man hits nerve", Reuters 11/21/2014: Posting a picture on Twitter of a […]

UK Papers Are Going After Facebook As Lee Rigby's Family Accuse It Of Having 'Blood On Its Hands'

Britain's press corps have rounded on Facebook after allegations that the social network failed to report a key conversation on the platform in which one of Lee Rigby's killers, Michael Adebowale, threatened to "murder a soldier". The...Show More Summary

'Honeypot' Britain Pays Out £5 Billion in Tax Credits to EU Migrants Each Year

Britain pays out £5 billion a year to 415,000 foreign nationals each year, according to figures from the think tank Open Europe. The top-up means that a minimum wage earner from Poland can double their salary by moving to the UK, and a Bulgarian national can see their wages rise by more than 250 percent by coming to the UK. Show More Summary

Why Millionaire Eco-Tosser Dale Vince Can't Afford to Put Up Any More Wind Farms...

Britain's wealthiest wind farm developer has said he can no longer afford to apply to put up any more turbines because the Conservatives have now stacked the planning process against him. And if that sounds like good news, you haven't heard the best of it yet. Show More Summary

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