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    Germany has bucked years of birth rate decline with a sudden ten per cent surge in new children coming nine months after lockdowns ended and bars reopened in summer 2020. Births in Germany hit a 20-year-high in March 2021, the latest release from the national statistical agency (De Statis) reveals, with 65,903 children born in the month. This represents a...
    The Hungarian parliament is set to vote on legislation put forward by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government which would outlaw the promotion of transgenderism and alternative sexual orientations to children. The prohibitions are included in a package of legislation aimed primarily against paedophiles, for example by creating a searchable, photographic register of all child molesters in the country, increasing sentences, and...
    In an exclusive interview with Breitbart London, Hong Kong activist Nathan Law said that the recent crackdowns by the Chinese Communist Party on the Tiananmen Square Massacre vigil and the imposition of censorship in the Hong Kong film industry represent the “annihilation” of the One Country, Two Systems promise of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong. The Tiananmen Square...
    President Joe Biden apparently breached royal protocol by blabbing some details of a personal conversation he had with the Queen at the G7. “We had a great talk. She wanted to know what the two leaders that I… the one I’m about to meet with, Mr [Vladimir] Putin, and she wanted to know about Xi Jinping, and we had a...
    Brexit leader Nigel Farage has had harsh words for England’s national football (soccer) team taking the knee for the Black Lives Matter movement during the belated UEFA European Football Championship 2020. “Look, you cannot separate taking the knee from the Black Lives Matter movement,” said Mr Farage during an interview with the newly launched GB News network. “It is an avowedly,...
    Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has warned that “migrant armies are banging on Europe’s doors” as the coronavirus pandemic recedes. Speaking to Kossuth Rádió, the national conservative leader said that the world is now going through “the age of epidemics and migration”, and that the latter issue is rising in importance after being largely overshadowed by the Wuhan virus through 2020 and...
    Labour MP Stephen Kinnock and former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith joined forces in calling on the G7 nations to take action against the Chinese Communist Party over their human rights abuses in Hong Kong and elsewhere in China. The two MPs were both sanctioned earlier this year by Beijing for supporting sanctions against Chinese officials involved in the persecution...
    Sir Iain Duncan Smith, the former leader of Britain’s governing Conservative Party, told Breitbart London that the G7 nations must abandon their “greedy rush to China” in order to properly take on the dictatorship in Beijing. On Saturday, at a protest in London held to commemorate the anniversary of the beginning of the 2019 Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, Sir Iain...
    (AFP) — G7 leaders were on Sunday urged to take urgent action to secure the future of the planet, as they finalised new conservation and emissions targets to curb climate change, and wrapped up a three-day summit where revived Western unity has been on show. Veteran environmentalist and broadcaster David Attenborough told the gathering of the world’s richest nations the...
    PARIS (AP) – A French far-left leader got a faceful of flour at the start of a Paris march Saturday against “the ideas of the far right,” days after the French president was slapped while greeting a crowd. Unions, associations and leftist political parties in France have called for demonstrations around France, a week before local elections and ahead of...
    Former prime minister Tony Blair has said there should be a “distinction between the vaccinated and unvaccinated, and that those who have been inoculated against the Chinese coronavirus should be able to “enjoy greater freedom” from restrictions and to travel. Following on from findings from last week’s report from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, which argued for vaccinated people...
    Home Secretary Priti Patel has reportedly demanded that social media companies censor videos of illegal migrants crossing the English Channel as they “glamourise” the perilous journey. The Home Secretary has increasingly come under fire for her failures to stop illegal migration and “take back control” of Britain’s borders following its official departure from the European Union at the beginning of...
    (AFP) — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced Sunday the birth of their daughter Lilibet Diana, who was born in California after a year of turmoil in Britain’s royal family. “Lili is named after her great-grandmother, Her Majesty The Queen, whose family nickname is Lilibet. Her middle name, Diana, was chosen to honour her beloved late grandmother, The Princess of...
    Leader of the populist Sweden Democrats (SD) Jimmie Åkesson has claimed Sweden is in a “war-like state” and that the socialist government has “imported” crime and unemployment. Åkesson blames the Swedish government’s immigration policy for the surge in crime just over a week after a report was published by the Crime Prevention Council, Brå, which noted Sweden topped 22 other European...
    The Queen’s youngest son Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, has played down the impact of the highly public and increasingly fierce attacks on Britain’s Royal Family by his disgruntled nephew, Prince Harry, joking that he and his wife do not even know who Oprah Winfrey is. “Oprah who?” he asked with a smile when pressed by Telegraph Magazine on the question...
    A majority of marriages in Britain’s Pakistani community being between first cousins is wreaking a terrible toll on public health, with stillbirths, birth defects, and disabilities far higher than they would otherwise be. In an article published by the Daily Mail, journalist Sue Reid described how an estimated 55 per cent of Pakistani-heritage couples are first cousins in so-called consanguineous...
    A Turkish lorry driver has been charged, convicted, and imprisoned for trying to smuggle illegal migrants out of the United Kingdom. 36-year-old Hakan Zengin from Cigli, Turkey was caught by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) — roughly equivalent to America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) —  in the act of attempting to smuggle 17 migrants out of the country in the...
    The United Kingdom has given temporary approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for 12-15-year-olds after the government body that assesses medicines said it had “carefully reviewed clinical trial data” in this new age group. Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has concluded the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is “safe and effective” for older children, it said as it issued a regulatory approval of...
    The British capital of London will play host to a ‘People’s Tribunal’ examining claims of genocide perpetrated against the Uyghur people of the Chinese province of Xinjiang, or East Turkestan. The ‘Uyghur Tribunal’ will see a panel of eight hear evidence from around 30 witnesses, according to the BBC, with participants telling the publicly-funded broadcaster that they see the hearing...
    King’s College London (KCL) has reportedly apologised to staff for the “harm” caused by a bulletin which included an image of the late Queen’s consort Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, citing his alleged “history of racist and sexist comments”. KCL, or King’s, was founded in 1829 by King George VI and the Duke of Wellington, of Battle of Waterloo fame,...
    A Member of Parliament (MP) from Britain’s governing Conservative Party has backed calls for a referendum on defunding the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Jonathan Gullis MP issued the call in the wake of Martin Bashir, a now-former BBC journalist, being found to have used fake bank statements to persuade the late Princess Diana to give what proved to be a...
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iranian authorities indicted a French tourist on charges of spying and spreading propaganda against the system, his lawyer said Sunday. It was the latest in a series of cases against foreigners amid heightened tensions between Iran and the West. Benjamin Berier was arrested in May last year after taking pictures in a desert area where photography...
    Attacks and threats toward French mayors tripled in 2020 compared to the previous year, according to statistics released by the Interior Ministry, as aggression toward elected officials rises across the country. In 2020, 1,276 acts of aggression, including threats and acts of violence, were reported against French mayors, while the Association of Mayors of France (AMF) claims that hundreds of deputies and...
    BERLIN (AP) – The German government is following up on media reports that coronavirus test centres across the country have overbilled authorities for the number of tests taken. Germans are allowed one free “citizen´s test” per week to check if they are negative for coronavirus. They can use the result to be able to dine at outside restaurants, go shopping...
    The statue of 17th-century Bristol philanthropist Edward Colston, which was torn down from its plinth, vandalised, and thrown into the harbour by an angry mob of Black Lives Matter protesters in June 2020 over his links to slavery, will be put in a museum alongside paraphernalia linked to the Marxist protest movement. The statue was erected in the port city...
    (AFP) — Vietnam has discovered a new Covid-19 variant which spreads quickly by air and is a combination of the Indian and British strains, state media reported Saturday. The country is struggling to deal with fresh outbreaks across more than half of its territory including industrial zones and big cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. More than...
    ROME (AP) – When Italy won the Eurovision Song Contest with an over-the-top glam-rock performance, the victory signalled more than just a psychological boost for one of the countries hardest hit by COVID-19: Held before a live, indoor audience of 3,500, the annual kitsch fest confirmed that Europe was returning to a semblance of normalcy that was unthinkable even a...
    An inquest has found that London Bridge terror attack victims Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt were unlawfully killed and that failures by probation services, police, and British domestic intelligence agency MI5 contributed to their deaths. Radical Islamic terrorist Usman Khan fatally stabbed Jones and Merritt in November 2019 at Fishmongers’ Hall in London Bridge while the Oxford University graduates were facilitating a...
    Trade talks between the European Union and Switzerland have collapsed as a result of Brussels’ demands to include aspects of its Free Movement migration regime in the deal. “Taking into account consultations [within Switzerland] and based on the results of negotiations in recent months, the Federal Council has determined that the talks with the EU… have not led to the...
    Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey last Friday he will “will never be bullied into silence” and now he is delivering on his promise. The pair are ready to reprise their public conversation on all things touching on mental health, Apple TV+ said Wednesday, revealing the recent series involving the two delivered a 25 percent jump in new viewers to the streaming platform....
    The Hungarian government has criticised the EU for its obsession with “taking more and more powers away” from national governments and said it has been a hindrance during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic rather than a help. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s justice minister, Judit Varga, made the comments as the European Parliament was haggling over the pending European Digital Green Certificate...
    Britain’s National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) has announced a new Police Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race and Independent Oversight and Scrutiny Board in response to the death of George Floyd in the United States. “The legitimacy and effectiveness of our policing is built on relationships between the police and the public but there are long-standing challenges in our relationships with many...
    London’s Metropolitan Police are searching for “four black males” in connection to the shooting of radical Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson. The shooting of the self-described “Black Panther of Oxford” Sasha Johnson has sparked widespread speculation over the motives of her attack. While some in Britain, including leftist Labour Party MP Diane Abbott, have attempted to link the shooting to...
    Austrian counter-terrorism authorities say they have seized three firearms, thousands of rounds of ammunition, and paramilitary equipment after a raid on “corona deniers” they claim were planning attacks on police. The raids, which were part of an operation by Austria’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution and Counter-Terrorism (BVT), saw seven homes searched on May 14th, with authorities claiming...
    Oxford University’s Oriel College has rejected a commission’s recommendation to remove the statue of Cecil Rhodes, the British mining magnate and former prime minister of the Cape Colony. Far-leftists organising the Rhodes Must Fall Oxford student movement have been agitating for the unpersoning of the Oriel College alumnus and Oxford University benefactor since 2015, with the campaign having gained fresh...
    Meghan Markle’s husband Prince Harry has launched an all-out attack on his family, alleging “total neglect” and saying his mother was “chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone who wasn’t white”. The woke prince, who abandoned his public duties as a working royal in order to pursue money-making ventures and live a celebrity lifestyle in...
    An analysis by a Jewish security charity has found that there has been a 500 per cent increase in the number of antisemitic attacks across Britain since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas conflict. The Community Security Trust (CST) revealed that between the 8th and 18th of May, when the tensions between the State of Israel and the Hamas terror group escalated,...
    Four men arrested in connection to a pro-Palestinian convoy that drove through Jewish neighbourhoods of London shouting antisemitic and sexually violent comments were arrested in relation to a similar incident four hours away in Salford, Greater Manchester. British politicians expressed their shock and disgust on Sunday over footage that went viral on social media purporting to show a convoy of...
    BERLIN (AP) – Police raided sites in seven German states on Wednesday as German authorities announced a ban on three groups linked to the Lebanese militant organization Hezbollah. Germany’s Interior Ministry said the groups are suspected of raising funds for families of killed Hezbollah fighters. Hezbollah, which is rooted in Lebanon´s Shiite community and has close ties to Iran, is...
    BERLIN (AP) – Germany’s environmentalist Greens party wants to boost rail travel at the expense of domestic flights to help the country achieve its goal of sharply reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Greens’ candidate for chancellorship in this year’s national election, Annalena Baerbock, said Monday that her party would reduce government subsidies for air travel, specifically tax exemptions on kerosene...
    (AFP) — Britain took a big step towards normal life on Monday with more easing of coronavirus restrictions, but there was even more misery in India where a powerful cyclone disrupted efforts to fight a devastating Covid-19 wave. Rapid vaccinations have allowed the United States and Britain to start moving away from harsh restrictions, but tighter curbs imposed in Taiwan...
    Central London was mobbed on Saturday by thousands of anti-Israel activists, who marched on the Israel embassy carrying placards comparing the Jewish state to Nazi Germany. The protest began in Hyde Park at midday, where activists were heard chanting “Allahu Akbar” and “Israel is a Terror State” outside of Marble Arch. Some of the placards seen by Breitbart London included...
    Swedish terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp has claimed that Islamic extremists continue to recruit and spread their ideology in Sweden despite the defeat of the Islamic State. Ranstorp says he blames inaction from the Swedish government, which allowed as many as 300 Swedes to travel to the Middle East to join the terror group, with at least 150 of them already...
    (AFP) — The blue and white Israeli flag flew on official buildings in Austria on Friday in a sign of “solidarity” with the Jewish state, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said. “I condemn with the utmost firmness the attacks against Israel from the Gaza Strip,” the conservative leader said a statement sent to AFP. “Israel has the right to defend itself against...
    One-in-five British women who gave birth in December were told to wear masks during labour, a poll suggests, despite medical guidance advising against it because it could cause “potential harm”. The poll of 936 women conducted by the charity Pregnant Then Screwed and seen by BBC News revealed that some 20 per cent were ordered to wear a mask by medical...
    Madame Tussauds waxwork museum in London has moved the figures of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from the Royal exhibit to join the Hollywood display. The London museum is set to reopen on May 17th as England releases from coronavirus restrictions where indoor entertainment venues like cinemas and theatres can welcome visitors again. The lifesize wax figures will be moved...
    Prince Harry, husband of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has lamented the “genetic pain” of his upbringing and compared royal life to being a zoo animal. Speaking on the ‘Armchair Experts’ podcast hosted by Dax Shepard — who described Harry as “a rad dude” — the British royal kicked off the interview by telling off comedian and mixed martial arts colour...
    LONDON (AP) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that an independent public inquiry into the handling of the coronavirus pandemic will be held next year. He told lawmakers Wednesday that the inquiry will have wide-ranging statutory powers and that the government has a responsibility to learn lessons from the pandemic. Johnson said he expects the inquiry to begin...
    (AFP) — Australian basketball’s longest-running feud flared again Wednesday when former NBA star Andrew Bogut took aim at women’s Olympic stalwart Liz Cambage over her accusations team photos had been “whitewashed”. Cambage threatened to boycott the Tokyo Games over the lack of racial diversity in two photoshoots before backtracking and declaring she would represent Australia in Japan. Bogut, an NBA...
    Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) app will work as a ‘vaccine passport’ for British travellers to prove that they have been vaccinated when they go on foreign holidays, the government has confirmed. The app, maintained by the health service’s technology arm NHSX, is already in use for Britons to book appointments, view their health records, and request repeat prescriptions. The...