Polish president Andrzej Duda has seen off a challenge from the globalist Mayor of Warsaw in a tight presidential race.
Court of Appeal judges have blocked the deportation of a foreign organised crime boss deemed a „serious threat to public security“, reportedly because he is married to an EU migrant.
Handprints on the streets of Edinburgh honouring Harry Potter author Joanne ‚JK‘ Rowling have been vandalised following her comments against the „medicalisation“ of trans kids.
Public health officials are keeping the British people in the dark about the location of new coronavirus outbreaks to prevent „community tensions“ and „hate crimes“.
The Labour Party is launching a „complete boycott“ of Facebook advertising to support Black Lives Matter and „show that we stand against hate online“.
A Scotland-wide ‚Clap for Nicola‘ event is being organised for Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister and the leader of the left-separatist Scottish National Party (SNP).
A British Falklands War hero has been murdered in an armed raid on the South African farm where he was living with his partner.
Harry Potter author Joanne ‚JK‘ Rowling has again been targeted by trans activists for warning that children believed to be „trans“ should not necessarily be „shunted towards hormones and surgery“.
A rugby fan has been banned from his club’s stadium for life for praising a girl who refused to „take the knee“ and criticising „Marxist extremism and intimidation“.
An Isle of Man radio host suspended for denying he had „white privilege“ had been reinstated after the Free Speech Union went to bat for him.