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Welcome to /newbrit/

Alberto Barbosa has turned traitor. Angry nativism reigns in /newbritpolitics/. Furthermore, /brit/ is rife with mod treachery. Where then, is a loyal Briton to tun to, on these dark corners of the internet?


For out of the sky approaches a new machine, a new board. One that accepts all, so long as they uphold British imageboard culture. A civic nationalist board.

Now, for the rules:

1. No chatrooms shall be allowed but the /brit/ one is there if you want.

2. What I say goes tbh, but don't worry, I'll be lenient.

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/newbrit/politics #426: Dee Dee Edition



>Pirelli’s presence at the Autosport International Show, which is now in its 28th year, featured the largest stand that the Italian company has ever displayed, and several exhibits that showcased the sheer variety of Pirelli’s hundreds of motorsport programmes worldwide


Tructyre goes live with e-jobsheet

>Hot on the heels of its recent acquisition, Tructyre has gone live with e-jobsheet to manage its direct fleet and third-party work amongst its tyre technician community


Tyre companies hope for 'achhe din' with fall in Chinese imports

>A slowdown in import of Chinese tyres and improved automobile sales in the last couple of months have lifted the hopes of the Indian tyre industry, which is expecting a growth in the last quarter of the fiscal after a prolonged downturn


Yokohama rolls out fuel-efficient, long-haul tire

>SANTA ANA, Calif.—Yokohama Tire Corp. has launched a fuel-efficient long-haul drive tire, the TY577 MC², for the U.S. market


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/newbrit/politics #425: Free Edition


Florida family helps company celebrate a tractor milestone

>John Deere officially kicks off celebration of 100th anniversary marketing tractors by delivering a machine


More than new paint on these 2018 tractor models

>Livestock producers will find a variety of utility tractors that can handle loaders for scooping up manure or other materials common on a livestock farm. Some are brand-new lines, while others are seriously upgraded models of existing lines, new for 2018

ICRA expects tractor industry to scale a new peak in FY-18, forecasts growth of 12-13%

>Rating agency ICRABSE 0.75 % has forecast domestic tractor industry to touch an all time high sales in FY-18 led by improved farm sentiments and two consecutive normal monsoon

Infuse Ventures Sow $2-m Seed Fund in Gold Farm

>Gold Farm, a supply chain-focussed aggregation platform for farm equipment, has raised a seed fund of $2 million from Mahindra and venture capital fund Infuse Ventures.

>The funds raised are being used for expanding the service across village districts in Karnataka, besides building infrastructure, as well as farmer outreach programmes to expand the availability of farm mechanisation equipment without owning them,“ Abhilash Thirupathy , cofounder of Gold Farm told ET



>Essex-based tuning specialist TDI-Tuning is, once again, showcasing its Agricultural Tuning Box products on its stand at one of the top agricultural shows in the UK, the Essex Young Famers’ Country Show, on Sunday 22 May, Roxwell, Chelmsford


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Each square is a sector of 5 li (something like 2 and a half miles). Orders should refer to each sector by a letter-and-number code, eg the top left village is in sector E6)

dark grey is mountainous

light grey is hilly

tan is desert

yellow-green is plains

yellow is farms

green is forest

brown is built up areas

light blue is river

burgundy is a fortified area

brown lines through sectors are roads

Jiaocheng Province, until today a quiet backwater able to avoid the worst of the fighting. The Beishan mountain range curls around the province, sheltering desert scrubland in it's lee. At the centre, the city (under control of the local government Yamen) oversees extensive farmland and villages. The river is fordable from the villages, but otherwise commanders must rely on riverine transport.

The goal for a warlord or coalition of warlords is to occupy the city and it's villages by diplomacy or force. The victor will gain a large supply and recruitment base for the next campaign (if a coalition is victorious, the bonus will be reduced and shared between the winners).


0. Post here declaring your participation, if you like give some fluff about it (eg an elite unit). You MUST include a name and an identifying colour.

1. Use the points list below to construct an army

2. Secretly communicate to me your entry point onto the map and your order of battle (the army list and the order in which divisions enter the map)

3. Recieve your scout reports and give your first order.

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/newbrit/politics #424: Lovely Moths Edition

No links tbh.

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/newbrit/politics #423: MusicPosting Bonanza Edition

UK's first bomb-proof Sunday school opens in Northern Ireland

>"This was a real fortress, up in the roof there is six inches of reinforced concrete to protect against mortar attacks," church committee member Ian Buchanan told the BBC.

>"The walls are three foot thick with reinforced concrete, everything is reinforced to the highest degree to make it totally bomb-proof."


UK snow: Temperatures plunge as Met Office forecasts 'bitterly cold' -12C Arctic blast

>The UK is set to be hit by freezing Arctic air as bone-chilling -12C temperatures sweep across the country.

>The polar winds are forecast just days after Britain was hit by Storm Eleanor which brought winds of up to 100mph to the Isles at the start of the week


NHS Leaflets sent to muslim communities trying to discourage them from marrying and impregnating their cousins


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/newbrit/politics #422: Welshlads Headmates Edition

UK's first bomb-proof Sunday school opens in Northern Ireland

>"This was a real fortress, up in the roof there is six inches of reinforced concrete to protect against mortar attacks," church committee member Ian Buchanan told the BBC.

>"The walls are three foot thick with reinforced concrete, everything is reinforced to the highest degree to make it totally bomb-proof."


UK snow: Temperatures plunge as Met Office forecasts 'bitterly cold' -12C Arctic blast

>The UK is set to be hit by freezing Arctic air as bone-chilling -12C temperatures sweep across the country.

>The polar winds are forecast just days after Britain was hit by Storm Eleanor which brought winds of up to 100mph to the Isles at the start of the week


NHS Leaflets sent to muslim communities trying to discourage them from marrying and impregnating their cousins


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/newbrit/politics #421: Bit Windy Edition

Storm Eleanor: Travel disruption and homes without power

>thousands of homes lost power and travel was disrupted after Storm Eleanor battered the UK with gusts of up to 100mph (161kph).


Windsor council leader sparks fury after demanding police clear the area of homeless people before Prince Harry marries Meghan in May

>Conservative Councillor Simon Dudley has accused rough sleepers of 'aggressive begging and intimidation' and wants them moved on before Prince Harry ties the knot with Meghan Markle in May.


UK leaving single market for TPP could hit workers' rights, union warns

>trade unions have issued a warning about the possible impact on workers’ rights if Britain leaves Europe’s single market and instead seeks to join a flagship Pacific trading group after Brexit


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/newbrit/politics #420: First Thread CY+3:Blazit Edition

Here's to a bright new year with lots of joy lads and lasses.

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/newbrit/politics #419: Last Thread of CY+2


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/newbrit/politics #418: Finding a Beautiful Wife Edition

Will she be a lovely j.ewess?

Will she be Greek?

Will she be Russian?

Find your beautiful wife today. Post j.ewesses tbh

now some links for this post-Christmas thread

UK weather: Snow causes travel delays and power cuts


>Heavy snow and ice have disrupted road and air travel in parts of the UK and left thousands of homes without power.

>Drivers were at a standstill on the A14 in Northamptonshire for several hours, while a lorry crash on the M1 blocked the motorway.

>The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for ice overnight across most of the UK.

France expected to make 'absurd' demand that Britain helps fund Calais border controls after Brexit


>Britain is facing demands to help France pay for the cost of setting up new customs posts at its Channel ports after Brexit.

>Theresa May will meet the French President Emmanuel Macron for an Anglo-French summit next month, The Telegraph has learnt, at which the border issue is likely to be raised.

>French politicians and officials believe Britain should contribute towards the cost of tighter border controls, as it currently does under the Le Touquet treaty.

Labour voters could abandon party over Brexit stance, poll finds


>Labour is coming under pressure from leading pro-remain campaigners to clarify its stance on Brexit, after polling showed that a quarter of its current voters could switch party by the next election and more than half would oppose Labour backing Brexit.

>The poll of people planning to vote Labour – conducted by YouGov for the Best of Britain campaign group – found 24% said they may change their minds before the next election, and two-thirds of those who voted remain would be disappointed or angry if Labour says it will proceed with Brexit.

>The poll also found many Labour voters have opposing perceptions about the party’s current stance on Brexit. It found 32% of Labour remain voters believe Labour is “completely against Brexit” and a further 31% of Labour leave voters believe Labour is “completely in favour of Brexit”.

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/newbrit/politics #417: Christmas Edition



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/newbrit/politics #416: Christmas Eve 2K17 Edition


>Britons should "take pride" in their country's Christian heritage at Christmas, Theresa May has said

>in her Christmas message, the prime minister said there is a "confidence… that in Britain you can practice your faith free from question or fear"


'Leoncy' as British Army spends £2million to ditch famous 'Be the Best' slogan because top brass fear it's ELITIST

>the British Army is 'wasting' millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to scrap its famous 'Be the Best' motto – because top brass say it is elitist


Huge health gap revealed between UK’s rich and poor

>children from poor families are far more likely to end up in hospital A&E departments or need emergency treatment for conditions such as asthma and diabetes

> the nation’s poorest teenagers were found to be almost 70% more likely to appear in A&E than their less deprived counterparts


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/newbrit/politics #415: 80s edition

Year 415 (CDXV) was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1168 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 415 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>Constantius, Roman general (magister militum), drives the Visigoths out of Gaul. He captures the usurper Priscus Attalus, and sends him under military escort to Ravenna.

>The Visigoths invade the Iberian Peninsula and begin to conquer territory taken previously by the Vandals. King Ataulf and his pregnant wife Galla Placidia leave Gallia Narbonensis; they relocate at Barcelona. Their infant son, Theodosius, dies in infancy, eliminating an opportunity for a Roman-Visigothic line. Ataulf is assassinated in the palace while taking a bath. Sigeric succeeds him, but after a reign for seven days he is also murdered.

>Autumn – Wallia, brother of Ataulf, becomes king of the Visigoths. He accepts a peace treaty with emperor Honorius, in return for a supply of 600,000 measures of grain. After the negotiations he sends Placidia to Rome with hostages.

Toys R Us staves off collapse after rescue talks


>Toys R Us has staved off collapse after creditors backed a rescue plan for the UK retailer.

>It follows last-minute negotiations with the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to secure a £9.8m injection into the company's pension fund.

>However, the rescue plan entails closing 26 of its 105 UK outlets, putting 800 jobs at risk, although no stores will close until spring 2018.

>Toys R Us employs 3,200 staff in total in the UK.

Theresa May seeks to reassure UK's Polish residents


>Theresa May has sought to reassure Polish people living in the UK that they are still welcome after Brexit.

>Speaking on a trip to Warsaw to sign a new defence treaty with the country, the PM said the one million Polish residents were a "strong part of [UK] society".

>She promised a "simple" and "easy" process to get "settled status" to remain after the UK leaves the EU.

>The trip comes after Mrs May sacked one of her closest allies, Damian Green.

Shell enters UK household energy market


>Shell has agreed to buy the energy supplier First Utility, giving the oil giant its first foothold in the UK's household energy market.

>First Utility is the biggest energy supplier in the UK outside the so-called "big six".

>The company supplies 825,000 homes with gas, electricity or broadband.

>Shell is already active in the wholesale energy market, but this is the first time it will supply UK homes directly.

The Jungle: Bringing the stories of the Calais camp to the UK


>It might be set in the infamous Calais refugee camp - but The Jungle is "full of life", says playwright Joe Robertson.

>"Everything is happening on top of everything else - just as it was in The Jungle."

>Robertson is describing the set that's been created at London's Young Vic, where audience members can share bread and tea in the Afghan Flag, a fictional cafe that's the setting of the play he's written with university friend Joe Murphy.

>The playwrights, known as the Two Joes, travelled to The Jungle as volunteers, setting up a makeshift theatre called Good Chance. It's a phrase that not only means hope, but was also used by those desperate to reach the UK when they believed they had an opportunity to make it across the Channel - through whatever means.

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/newbrit/politics #414: Sweden before mass immigration edition

[insert something here]

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/newbrit/politics #413: White Cider Edition

Considered making a cocaine OP but I thought ya'll dislike it, like you did when I made that one about weed. Let it be known that good ol shrop cares about his fellow man, and has a heart of gold.

Anyhow remember to follow your dreams lads

Former PM takes on UK-China investment role


>David Cameron is to take on a new role leading a UK government-backed investment initiative between Britain and China.

>The former prime minister will take charge of a £750m ($1bn) fund to improve ports, roads and rail networks between China and its trading partners.

>The government said working with China's Belt and Road Initiative would create jobs and boost trade links.

>It comes after Chancellor Philip Hammond's two-day trip to China.

>The Belt and Road Initiative was first unveiled in 2013, but this year China's President Xi Jinping pledged £96bn ($124bn) for the scheme.

Revealed: the best place to live in the UK


>A peaceful corner of Hampshire, one of the least deprived areas in Britain, has perhaps understandably reclaimed its crown as the best place to live in the country.

>This "tranquil" district has been awarded the top spot by lender Halifax five out of six times, but briefly lost its crown to Winchester last year.

>Halifax's quality of life index quantifies where living standards are highest in the UK by ranking an area's average life expectancy, employment and earnings, crime rates, general levels of well-being, and access to places for socialising and downtime. Each local authority district is then given a score out of 10 for each variable in the index.

First bitcoin homes sell in the UK


>Developers have sold the first two luxury homes in the UK using bitcoin currency.

>It follows an increasing trend in the last few months for developers to place new homes on the market in the cryptocurrency.

>Property developer Go Homes announced the successful sale of the homes yesterday, both have been bought by men in their 20s in the technology industry.

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/newbrit/politics #412: Galatia Is Rightful Anglo Clay Edition

Year 412 (CDXII) was a leap year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1165 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 412 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>The Visigoths, led by king Ataulf, move into the south of Gaul. He establishes his residence at Narbonne, and makes an alliance with emperor Honorius against the usurper Jovinus.

>Emperor Jovinus elevates his brother Sebastianus as co-emperor (Augustus) and takes control of Gaul.

>Heraclianus, governor (Comes Africae), revolts against Honorius and proclaims himself Augustus. He interrupts the grain supply to Rome. Honorius condemns him and his supporters to death with an edict at Ravenna.

>The Theodosian Walls are constructed at Constantinople during the reign of emperor Theodosius II. The work is carried out under supervision of Anthemius, notable praetorian prefect of the East.

>Winter – Olympiodorus, historical writer, is sent on an embassy by Honorius, and sails in stormy weather around Greece up the Black Sea, to meet the Huns who are located on the middle Danube (modern Bulgaria).

The Galatians (Latin Gallograeci, Greek Γαλάτες) were a Gallic people that dwelt mainly in the north central regions of Asia Minor or Anatolia, in what was known as Galatia, in today's Turkey. In their origin they were a part of the great Celtic migration which invaded Macedon, led by Brennus. The original Celts who settled in Galatia came through Thrace under the leadership of Leotarios and Leonnorios c. 278 BC. These Celts consisted mainly of three tribes, the Tectosages, the Trocmii, and the Tolistobogii, but they were also other minor tribes. They spoke a Celtic language, the Galatian language, which is sparsely attested.

In the 1st century AD, many of them were Christianized by Paul the Apostle's missionary action. One of the Epistles of Paul the Apostle in the Bible (New Testament) is addressed to Galatian Christian communities (Epistle to the Galatians).

Former PM takes on UK-China investment role


>David Cameron is to take on a new role leading a UK government-backed investment initiative between Britain and China.

>The former prime minister will take charge of a £750m ($1bn) fund to improve ports, roads and rail networks between China and its trading partners.

>The government said working with China's Belt and Road Initiative would create jobs and boost trade links.

>It comes after Chancellor Philip Hammond's two-day trip to China.

>The Belt and Road Initiative was first unveiled in 2013, but this year China's President Xi Jinping pledged £96bn ($124bn) for the scheme.

Revealed: the best place to live in the UK


>A peaceful corner of Hampshire, one of the least deprived areas in Britain, has perhaps understandably reclaimed its crown as the best place to live in the country.

>This "tranquil" district has been awarded the top spot by lender Halifax five out of six times, but briefly lost its crown to Winchester last year.

>Halifax's quality of life index quantifies where living standards are highest in the UK by ranking an area's average life expectancy, employment and earnings, crime rates, general levels of well-being, and access to places for socialising and downtime. Each local authority district is then given a score out of 10 for each variable in the index.

We're off to the moon lads…

First bitcoin homes sell in the UK


>Developers have sold the first two luxury homes in the UK using bitcoin currency.

>It follows an increasing trend in the last few months for developers to place new homes on the market in the cryptocurrency.

>Property developer Go Homes announced the successful sale of the homes yesterday, both have been bought by men in their 20s in the technology industry.

Mean girls is anglo tbh

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/newbrit/politics #411: Battle of Bibracte Edition

Year 411 (CDXI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Theodosius without colleague (or, less frequently, year 1164 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 411 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

>Emperor Honorius sends two Roman generals to deal with the usurper Constantine III in Gaul. They kill Gerontius, Constantine's rebellious general (magister militum) in Spain, then besiege Arles and defeat Constantine. He is taken prisoner and put to death at Ravenna.

>Following the defeat of the Constantine III, the Burgundians and the Gallic nobility proclaim Jovinus, Gallo-Roman senator, emperor of the Western Roman Empire at Mogontiacum (modern Mainz).

>King Ataulf leads the Goths into Gaul at the instigation of Honorius, who promises to recognise a Visigothic Kingdom if he defeats the several usurpers who threaten the Roman Empire.

>The Alans establish their rule in the Roman province of Lusitania (Portugal south of the Duero River and Spain).

>The Teutonic tribes in Spain join the Roman Empire as foederati (allies with military commitments).

The Battle of Bibracte was fought between the Helvetii and six Roman legions, under the command of Gaius Julius Caesar. It was the second major battle of the Gallic Wars.

>The battle lasted many hours into the night until the Romans finally took the Helvetic baggage train, capturing both a daughter and son of Orgetorix. According to Caesar, 130,000 enemy personnel escaped into the night. Unable to pursue on account of battle wounds and the time it took to bury the dead, Caesar rested three days before he followed the fleeing Helvetii. These, in turn, had managed to reach the territory of the Lingones within four days of the battle. Caesar warned the Lingones to not assist them, prompting the Helvetii and their allies to finally surrender.

This is how Caesar treated migrating foreign tribes.

Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage


>EU leaders have agreed to move Brexit talks on to the second phase but called for "further clarity" from the UK about the future relationship it wants.

>The first issue to be discussed, early next year, will be the details of an expected two-year transition period after the UK's exit in March 2019.

First vulnerable child refugee arrives in UK from Greece under Dubs scheme


>The first vulnerable child refugee stranded in Greece who qualifies for sanctuary under the Dubs amendment has arrived in the UK, more than a year after the government pledged to bring over hundreds of children.

>The Home Office had accepted that the boy was vulnerable and eligible for transfer 16 months ago.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry on 19 May 2018


>Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding will be held on Saturday 19 May 2018, Kensington Palace has announced.

>The pair confirmed their engagement in November and said the service would be at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

ISIL weapons traced to US and Saudi Arabia


>Weapons supplied by the United States and Saudi Arabia to opposition fighters often fell into the hands of ISIL, significantly enhancing the "quantity and quality" of the group's armaments, a new report alleges.

>The number of weapons goes "far beyond those that would have been available through battle capture alone", according to the study by arms-monitoring group Conflict Armament Research (CAR) published on Thursday.

US jets intercept Russian planes over Syria and fire warning flares


>American F-22 fighter jets have fired warning flares in Syrian airspace after Russian Su-25 jets entered an agreed upon deconfliction area, according to a US official.

>The official told Reuters that the Russian jets left the area, which was above the Euphrates river, after the two US jets sent the warnings.



>Here are about 700 hatefacts (politically incorrect but true statements) on Islam, race, gender relations, ethnocentrism, diversity, and more.

Film Friday Poll, last chance to vote.


Let's have a good thread all…

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/newbrit/politics #410: (You) Dickheads Edition


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/newbrit/politics #409: Cute Grils Edition

Year 409 (CDIX) was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1162 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 409 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

October 13 – The Vandals, led by king Gunderic, cross the Pyrenees into the Iberian Peninsula. They receive land from the Romans, as foederati, in Baetica (Southern Spain). The Alans occupy lands in Lusitania and the Suebi control parts of Gallaecia (modern Portugal).

Fishermen warn EU states against trying to stop UK taking control of its own waters


>Scottish fishermen’s leaders have expressed broad satisfaction with the latest EU fisheries deal, while warning member states against trying to stop the UK taking back control of the industry during Brexit talks.

Brexit: EU rebel Dominic Grieve says he will 'stand up and be counted'


>Theresa May has insisted Parliament will have a "meaningful vote" on the terms of Brexit as she faces the threat of a defeat in the Commons.

>The PM said MPs would have a say on the final deal before the UK exit in March 2019, but it must happen in a way that ensures a "smooth and orderly" exit.

'Meghan Markle' and 'fidget spinners' top UK Google search


>"Meghan Markle", fiancee to Prince Harry, has been revealed by Google as the top most searched term in the UK for 2017.

>It puts the royal bride-to-be ahead of "iPhone 8" and "Hurricane Irma" in the list of top search terms.


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/newbrit/politics #408: RIP My Poor Poor Van Edition

A haiku eulogy for my van

Citreon Berlingo

I enjoyed driving you

Now you are broken

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/NewBrit/Politics #407: Magic Internet Money Edition

Year 407 (CDVII) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Honorius and Theodosius (or, less frequently, year 1160 Ab urbe condita). The denomination 407 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.

Gratian, Roman usurper, is installed as emperor after the death of Marcus. According to Orosius, he is a native Briton of urban aristocracy.

>Gratian is assassinated and Constantine III, a general (magister militum), declares himself Roman emperor. To extend his dominion over Gaul and Spain, he takes practically all the Roman garrisons from Britain and crosses the English Channel. Constantine occupies Arles and establishes tenuous authority over Gaul, sharing control with marauding "barbarians". This is generally seen as the beginning of Rome's withdrawal from Britain.

"Young men, hear an old man to whom old men hearkened when he was young."

UK snow: Bad weather hits air, rail and sea travel


>A quarter of flights at Heathrow have been cancelled and the Port of Calais has been closed as bad weather continues to affect parts of the UK.

Mt Hope installed as 'UK's highest peak'


Britain has a new tallest mountain.

>Mt Hope, which is sited in the part of the Antarctic claimed by the UK, was recently re-measured and found to tower above the previous title holder, Mt Jackson, by a good 50m (160ft).

Brexit deal is a 'gentleman's agreement' says EU


>The agreement to move Brexit talks on to the next phase is not strictly legally binding but the two sides have "shaken hands" on it, the EU has said.

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/newbrit/politics #406: I am a fan of artsy thots

Lemme tell ya lads


Union Urges Gay Teachers to Come Out in the Classroom, Teach LGBT Experiences


Amnesty International Refuses to Return Illegal Soros Donation to Fund Pro-Abortion Activism in Ireland


Swedish Sex Crime Reports up 33 Per Cent Since Last November


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Hey lads, got a job starting next year, might be good.

might be moving and barely ever posting if it goes well tbh

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/newbrit/politics #405: Resignation Edition

Union Urges Gay Teachers to Come Out in the Classroom, Teach LGBT Experiences


Amnesty International Refuses to Return Illegal Soros Donation to Fund Pro-Abortion Activism in Ireland


Swedish Sex Crime Reports up 33 Per Cent Since Last November


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/newbrit/politics #404: [Thread Title No Longer Exists] Edition

CBA tbqh

Mod please help

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/newbrit/politics #403: NEW DAY, NEW START, NO SURRENDER



Here are some music links for such a wonderful day, enjoy! News is sad and depressing so I thought I'd provide some more cheerful links instead.





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/newbrit/politics #402: Aint Got A Scooby Doo Edition

No links because pub in a min

Anprim plz fix

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/newbrit/politics #401: Do I Have To Do Bloody Everything Edition

Two police officers suffer serious injuries in stabbing incident


Five injured as car collides with pedestrians in south-west London


Hero police officer clings on to van hanging precariously over motorway bridge with driver trapped inside


Mother arrested on suspicion of child neglect after toddler wanders into shop alone


Person dies after being electrocuted at Manchester Piccadilly train station


Fate of London, Mumbai and Delhi are intertwined: London Mayor


Links pilfered from /brit/

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/newbrit/politics #400: My Head Hurts Plz Kill Me Edition

>skin pigmentation more complex than thought


>dangers of being a porkster underestimated


>reading aloud improves recall


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/newbrit/politics #399: Time Traveling Edition

1016 Cnut the Great (Canute), King of Denmark, claimed the English throne after the death of Edmund II, often known as Edmund Ironside. The cognomen 'Ironside' was given to Edmund because of his valour in resisting the Danish invasion led by Cnut the Great.

Scandinavians OUT

Net migration to UK shows largest annual fall since records began


>Net migration to Britain over the past 12 months has fallen by the largest amount since records began, with EU nationals accounting for three-quarters of those who chose to return to their native country, official figures show.

Google faces mass legal action in UK over data snooping


>Google is being taken to court, accused of collecting the personal data of millions of users, in the first mass legal action of its kind in the UK.

UK weather: Britain to face coldest night of the year tonight as forecasters issue snow warnings


>Weather warnings for snow and ice have been issued for parts of the UK, with temperatures set to drop below freezing on Thursday.

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/newbrit/politics #398: Rats Edition

London councils receive 100 rat and mouse complaints every day


Incredibly rare exploding 'rat bomb' given to British spy to destroy German factories during the Second World War goes up for auction for £1,500


Amber Rudd and Sadiq Khan blast back at Donald Trump after anti-Muslim video tweets


Disgusting moment mum spotted a RAT scampering over shelves in B&M Store



Net migration to UK shows largest annual fall since records began


>Net migration to Britain over the past 12 months has fallen by the largest amount since records began, with EU nationals accounting for three-quarters of those who chose to return to their native country, official figures show.

Google faces mass legal action in UK over data snooping


>Google is being taken to court, accused of collecting the personal data of millions of users, in the first mass legal action of its kind in the UK.

UK weather: Britain to face coldest night of the year tonight as forecasters issue snow warnings


>Weather warnings for snow and ice have been issued for parts of the UK, with temperatures set to drop below freezing on Thursday.

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/newbrit/politics #397: Well Done Condor Edition

Year 397 (CCCXCVII)

>Scottish missionary Ninian establishes a church (Candida Casa) at Whithorn, and begins his work among the Picts.

HMS Condor was the name-ship of the Royal Navy Condor-class composite gunvessel of 3 guns.[3]

>Meanwhile, Temeraire had taken on the Mex Forts and was causing damage to Mex when she grounded on a reef. Condor, commanded by Lord Charles Beresford, went to her assistance and she was refloated and resumed the attack. While the offshore squadron was engaging the forts at long-range, Monarch, Penelope and Condor were ordered into close engagements with the forts at Maza-el-Kanat and Fort Marabout. Condor sailed to within 1,200 feet of Fort Marabout and began furiously firing at the fort. When Fort Marabout's guns were disabled, the flagship signalled "Well Done, Condor." Condor's action allowed the ships to finish off Fort Mex.

Don't let Brexit end culture city hopes, MPs tell Juncker


>A group of MPs have written to the head of the EU Commission to complain about Brexit scuppering the UK's entries for European Capital of Culture. The cross-party group each represents areas that have submitted bids for the 2023 title. They said it was "inexplicable" the EU waited for bids to be submitted before revealing they were all ineligible.

Extra £12m in UK aid pledged for Myanmar's Rohingya


>An extra £12m of UK aid will be sent to help Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar, International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has said. Violence in the Rakhine state of the country, formerly known as Burma, has forced more than 620,000 Rohingya to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh. The money will be spent on drinking water, food, latrines, shelters, soap, cooking utensils and water cans.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry give first television interview – live


>Actor Patrick J Adams, who plays Markle’s on-screen partner in the TV show Suits, has joked he feels cheated by the engagement. Adams also sent his best wishes to the couple, and said Prince Harry is a “lucky man”.

>Still nothing from Donald Trump, but not everybody has managed to get their congratulations message right. DUP leader Arlene Foster has apologised to the couple and the Duke of Cambridge after sending her congratulations to the wrong prince. The message also mis-spelt Ms Markle’s first name. The MP has now corrected the mistake.

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/newbrit/politics #396: This Board is Very Unified Edition

Year 396 (CCCXCVI) was a leap year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Augustus and Augustus (or, less frequently, year 1149 Ab urbe condita).

>Stilicho, Roman general (magister militum), controls the young emperor Honorius as his regent and becomes the actual ruler of the Western Roman Empire. He enlists the Alemanni and the Franks to defend the Rhine frontier.

>The Visigoths, led by Alaric I, rampage through Greece and plunder Corinth, Argos and Sparta. They destroy the Temple of Eleusis and harry the Peloponnese. Stilicho makes peace with the Goths, and allows them to settle in Epirus (Balkans).

>The Gothic leaders – the Ostrogoth, Tribigild, and Gainas, a former Visigothic general of the Roman army – are terrorising Asia Minor and the region around Constantinople and force emperor Arcadius to pardon them.

>The Huns occupy the Walachian Plain (modern Romania).

A secret document prepared for pro-Europe Tory Prime Minster Edward Heath shows how the Foreign Office knew EU membership would dismantle Britain as a sovereign nation.


>More damningly, in line after line, the faceless Whitehall mandarins behind the astonishing briefing paper FCO 30/1048 actively welcome Britain’s decline and Europe’s predominance.

>The briefing paper acknowledges that Britain would in time become little more than a puppet state of Brussels, after ceding judicial and executive powers to the fledgling EU – then called the EEC.

>But, instead of sounding alarm bells, the authors of the paper warn ministers to hide the truth from the British public.

>But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.

Two brothers among three children killed as stolen car hits tree


>Among the victims were two brothers, Ellis and Elliot Thornton, aged 12 and 15.

>A third boy was named locally as Darnell Harte, who is thought to be 15. Two men aged 24 and 28 also died.

>Two 15 year-olds were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and remain in custody.

Arctic cold snap that brought sub-zero temperatures across UK to last two weeks


>The Arctic cold snap that has seen sub-zero temperatures and ice warnings this weekend is set to keep temperatures low over the next two weeks.

>Forecasters have said tomorrow (Monday) should be milder as showers from the Atlantic disrupt the cold air coming from the north.

>However temperatures are set to drop again soon after with conditions becoming particularly cold by Thursday.

Let's have a comfy arctic thread lads, as December rapidly approaches.

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/newbrit/politics #395: Liar Edition

He still did nothing wrong

[links later tbh lads]

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/newbrit/politics #394: Comfy night in Edition

This Week

Shots fired in Oxford street: Armed police have been stood down and two central London Underground stations have reopened following reports of gunshots being fired at Oxford Circus


Japan Bans All U.S. Troops in Okinawa from Drinking After Fatal Suspected DUI


Still Not Enough: Brussels Not Happy with Doubled Brexit ‘Divorce Bill’ Offer


UK to Pay France Millions More to Stop New Wave of Calais Migrants


Police Told to Monitor 20,000 Extremists More Closely After Manchester and London Attacks


Almost Half of ‘Female’ Transgender Inmates Are Sex Offenders: Report


'''Alberto Barbosa "Enjoys the frequent cock": Cabinet Minister Rt Hon Damian Green MP


New Swedish Children’s Book Promotes Transgenderism to Preschoolers, Features Trans Species Horse-Dog


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/newbrit/politics #393: Mosley's Sister in-law Edition

Japan Bans All U.S. Troops in Okinawa from Drinking After Fatal Suspected DUI


Still Not Enough: Brussels Not Happy with Doubled Brexit ‘Divorce Bill’ Offer


UK to Pay France Millions More to Stop New Wave of Calais Migrants


Police Told to Monitor 20,000 Extremists More Closely After Manchester and London Attacks


Almost Half of ‘Female’ Transgender Inmates Are Sex Offenders: Report


'''Alberto Barbosa "Enjoys the frequent cock": Cabinet Minister Rt Hon Damian Green MP


New Swedish Children’s Book Promotes Transgenderism to Preschoolers, Features Trans Species Horse-Dog


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/newbrit/politics #392: Oh Say Can You See Edition

Japan Bans All U.S. Troops in Okinawa from Drinking After Fatal Suspected DUI


Still Not Enough: Brussels Not Happy with Doubled Brexit ‘Divorce Bill’ Offer


UK to Pay France Millions More to Stop New Wave of Calais Migrants


Police Told to Monitor 20,000 Extremists More Closely After Manchester and London Attacks


Almost Half of ‘Female’ Transgender Inmates Are Sex Offenders: Report


New Swedish Children’s Book Promotes Transgenderism to Preschoolers, Features Trans Species Horse-Dog


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/newbrit/politics #391: Neoliberal Housing Man Edition

Rees-Mogg: UK Can Reject EU Demands, Negotiating Position Is Strong


Sweden: Crimes Against the Person Surge to New Highs Following Migrant Influx


French Postal Service Refuses to Deliver to Migrant ‘No Go Zone’ Citing ‘Danger to Staff’


Report: Migrants Make up Half of Norwegian Welfare Recipients


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/newbrit/politics #390: Black Country Edition

The only thing chains have ever been used for is chaining up black people. Chains have never been used for any other purpose throughout human history. It's why POCs never invented them, lad, it's not because they lacked the intelligence or technology, they were just too kind to enslave people like ebil whitey.

Even that chain watch or pendant you're wearing, those chains were actually once used to enslave really small black people, smh.

And the name. Black country? Doesn't seem like a coincidence to me

Stay woke.

Zimbabwe's ruling party sacks Robert Mugabe as leader


>Zanu-PF appointed ex-Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was fired by Mr Mugabe two weeks ago, in his place.



>Imre is being stalked by a stranger. Westie was sent to prison for harassing him but she's being released and police have warned they think she's plotting to stab him.

King Henry VIII ordered for Meghan Markle's ancestor to be beheaded


>A study into the American actress’ family tree has discovered her ancestor was in fact beheaded on the orders of Henry VIII, his wealth and land confiscated after a spectacular fall from favour.

What a lad tbh.

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/newbrit/politics #389: Peasantry Edition

Porn Allegedly on Deputy Prime Minister’s Computer so Extreme Would be ‘Illegal’ Today


UK Govt Prepares For Tax on Disposable Plastics — While 95 Per Cent of Pollution Comes From Asia, Africa


French Police Find Rocket Launchers Among Massive Weapons Arsenal in Drug Raid


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/newbrit/politics #388: Bomber Davis Do It Again Edition

EU Leaks Paper Telling Britain Not To Expect Special Relationship After Brexit


Davis Tells Germany Brexit Will Change Nothing as Berlin Demands ‘Unconditional Surrender’


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/newbrit/politics #387: Games Workshop Edition

Sex Attacks Almost Double in Berlin ‘No-Go Zone’


Asylum Applications Down 43 Per Cent as Austria Focuses on Deportations, Border Security


Emmanuel Macron Blames France for the Rise of Islamic Radicalisation


UK Supreme Court Allows Scotland to Effectively Stop Poorer People Buying Alcohol


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/newbrit/politics #386: Radicalized Wizard Edition

UK Police: Media Must ‘Rein Back’ Islamic State Terror Coverage


UK Government Blasts Charities for Being ‘Too White’


Farage: Soros and EU Allies Engaged in ‘The Biggest Level of International Political Collusion in History’


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Post what flags you want here lads

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/newbrit/politics #385: European Army Edition

Major Step Towards EU Army as European Leaders Sign Military Pact – And Britain May Be Sucked In


Defence Specialist Warns Armed Forces Will Be ‘Pawns in Brexit Negotiation Game’ After EU Signs Military Pact


Farage Right About EU Army: ‘All Happening Right Now!’


Timeline: EU Loyalists Repeatedly Claimed Military Integration Would Not Happen


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/newbrit/politics #384: George Hebe Wanker Bush Edition

Sixth Accuser: Woman Claims George H.W. Bush Groped Her When ‘I Was a Child’


‘I’m Proud to Be a Christian Zionist’: Steve Bannon Gets Standing O from Leading Jewish Organization


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/newbrit/politics #383: Civic Edition

EU on the Brink: Hundreds of Thousands March in Catalonia to Demand the Release of ‘Political Prisoners’


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tripcode autism thread

Tripcodes got a bit fucked so this is a containment thread for testing new ones.

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/newbrit/politics #382: Remembrance Sunday Edition

Remembrance Sunday: Britain Remembers the Fallen


Farage on Remembrance Day: ‘Embracing Our History, Nation, Will Bring Us Back the Society We Once Had’


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/newbrit/politics #381: Labour vs Jews Edition

Labour in Fresh Anti-Semitism Row After Candidate Posts on Facebook: ‘What Good Have the Jews Done?’


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/newbrit/politics #380: Wrestling Knights Edition

School Sets Homework Making Pupils ‘Write to Family About Your Conversion to Islam’


Three Injured in ‘Vehicular Attack’ After Car Deliberately Driven into Crowd Outside French School


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/newbrit/politics #379: Sharpe Edition

Young And Menace: Half of Anti-Terror Referrals are Teenagers and Children


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/newbrit/politics #378: Winter Edition

Politically Correct Tesco Christmas Ad Features Sikhs, Gay Dads, Hijabi Muslims


Soros NGO: EU Urged to ‘Pump Funding’ into Left-Wing Groups Because Public ‘Duped’ Into Opposing Mass Migration


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/newbrit/politics #377: Peaceful Refugees Edition


>The Goths sent ambassadors to Valens, the Eastern Roman Emperor, requesting permission to settle their people inside the Empire. The Gothic War is the name given to a Gothic uprising in the Eastern Roman Empire in the Balkans between about 376 and 382. The war and in particular the Battle of Adrianople, is commonly seen as a watershed in the history of the Roman Empire, the first of a series of events over the next century that would see the collapse of the Western Roman Empire, although its ultimate importance to the Empire's eventual fall is still debated.

Priti Patel's cabinet future in doubt over Israel trip row


>Priti Patel's future in Theresa May's cabinet is uncertain after new information that she conducted further meetings with Jewish officials.

The corrosive and disproportionate influence of the Israeli lobby on British politics causes a scandal within the Conservative party. I wish we pursued our own interests as effective as this.

Man sentenced over £50m drugs haul find on Norfolk beach


>James Underhill, 34, of Charles Close, Caister, Norfolk, described the £50m find in a text message as "Willy Wonka's golden ticket".

>About 794lb (360kg) of cocaine washed up in holdalls on beaches at Caister-on-Sea and Hopton-on-Sea in February 2017, Norwich Crown Court heard.

Brexit: EU warns UK it has less than a month to make concessions


>The British government has less than a month to make a concession on the Brexit bill in order to guarantee launching trade talks in December, the Guardian understands. Senior officials in Brussels say talks have stalled since Theresa May’s Florence speech and warn the EU will find it difficult to agree to trade talks at a December summit unless the prime minister offers more on the Brexit divorce settlement. There remains “a lot to do on financial obligations”, Italy’s Europe minister Sandro Gozi said on Tuesday, after meeting the Brexit secretary, David Davis, in Rome.

Birmingham is fastest-improving city to live and work, says study


>Birmingham is the most rapidly improving city in the country in which to live and work, according to a report, as Britain’s second city benefits from falling unemployment and a wave of regeneration projects.

UK sales of bombs and missiles to Saudi Arabia increase by almost 500% since start of Yemen war


>The number of British-made bombs and missiles sold to Saudi Arabia since the start of its bloody campaign in Yemen has risen by almost 500 per cent, The Independent can reveal.

So we're making lots of money selling Saudi's equipment to bomb the based Houthi's and kill a large amount of civilians, I suppose third world blood is the price we pay for a slightly more balanced budget, although constantly bolstering the heart of Wahhabism can't be good for us long term, maybe the Saudi's will reform soon though, they have had some political upheaval recently.

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/newbrit/politics #376: Germany Edition

‘Disaster’ for the Establishment: Merkel Government Coalition Talks in Disarray, Snap Election Looms


German Military Planners Prepare for ‘Conceivable’ Collapse of European Union by 2040


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/newbrit/politics #375: Anti Westie is Anti White Edition


>Sutherland Springs: Texas church shooting leaves 26 dead

>Police found the man dead in his car but it is unclear if he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound or from injuries received when fired on by the local citizen. The car contained several weapons.


>Reality Check: Does the UK trade with 'the rest of world' on WTO rules?

The BBC says no then includes a map in the article showing we trade with massive amounts of the world on WTO rules…


>Angry villagers upset over slow broadband speeds burn effigy of BT Openreach van

We even have fibre in the norf don't blame them tbh


>Fitness instructor Matthew Scully-Hicks convicted of murdering 18-month-old adopted daughter

I heard people are like 1000% more likely to abuse a step-child than a biological one.


>Speed cameras might be lucrative, but they do little to tackle road safety and can promote unsafe driving –it's time to scrap them

I brought this exact issue up with my driving instructor after I read it in a book, and he said it was a lie.

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/newbrit/politics #374: Amerishot Edition

At Least 25 People Reported Dead in Texas Church Shooting – Gunman Killed by Police


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/newbrit/politics #373: Old Man Watches Porn Edition

Reports: Police Found ‘Extreme’ Pornography on Computers of PM Deputy Who Branded Breitbart ‘Dangerous’


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/newbrit/politics #372: SLAP Edition

‘Europhobe F*ck… SLAP’: Pro-EU Paper ‘Glorifies Violence’ Against Brexit Voters


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/newbrit/politics #371: FGM Is All That Matters Edition

Man Charged With FGM: Only Second Prosecution in British History, 31 Years After Ban Introduced


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/newbrit/politics #370: Dynamic Duo Edition

Leavers Declare EU-Linked Electoral Commission ‘Unfit to Regulate Our Democracy in the Age of Brexit’


Continent Totally Unprepared For Another Migrant Crisis: European Police Union


Number of Migrants Arriving in Greece from Turkey up 200 per cent


Number of Asylum Seekers Doubles in Two Years, As Germany Admits it has Lost Track of 30,000 Illegals


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/newbrit/politics #369: Bibi Edition

Theresa May: Criticism of Israel Being Used as New Form of Anti-Semitism


UK Govt Mobilises Against Brexit Campaigners in Desperate Bid to Undermine Referendum


WWI Australian Battle of Beersheba re-Enacted in Israel on Centennial


‘Islamophobic’ Jury Didn’t Have Enough Muslims, Says Convicted Rapist


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/newbrit/politics #368: November Negros Edition

Senior EU Minister: Countries REFUSING to ‘Open the Door’ to Muslim Migrants Will ‘Destroy Europe’


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/newbrit/politics #367: Halloween Happening Edition

At Least Six Dead After Truck Driver Runs Down Pedestrians in NYC


Hungary: Protecting Europe from Soros Like Game of Thrones Fight Against Winter Threat


Deaf Paedophile Migrant Has Sentence Cut as He ‘Can’t Hear TV’


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/newbrit/politics #366: Spooky Samhain Edition

Accused of Sexual Harassment, Affairs, ‘Extreme’ Sex Acts


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/newbrit/politics #365: Post-Gommunism Edition

Sweden to Give Mainstream Media £1.2 Million to Fight Fake News in Run-up to National Election


Britain Proud of Balfour Declaration: 100 Years On, Says it Created ‘Great Nation’ of Israel


German Populist Leader: ‘Margaret Thatcher is my Role Model’


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/newbrit/politics #364: Still No Independence Edition

Balloons and EU Flags: Tens of Thousands Rally in Barcelona to Reject Catalan Independence


Guardian: ‘Trump, Assange, Bannon, Farage bound together in an unholy alliance’


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/newbrit/politics #363: Wedding Edition

Tories Demand Church Make Clergy Less White and Male


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/newbrit/politics #362: Tapestry Edition

Public Support for Israel Soars as Boycott Calls Increasingly Ignored


Crime Soaring, But Arrests Fall by 48 Per Cent as Police Focus on ‘Hate Crime’


‘The Brexit Bashing Corporation’: Rees-Mogg Slams Biased State Broadcaster BBC


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/newbrit/politics #361: Westie Edition

CANZUK only allowed in this thread.

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/newbrit/politics #360: Talk About the Weather Edition

‘Dislike’ and ‘Unfriendliness’ Can Be Hate Crimes, UK Police Confirm


Pro-Migrant NGOs Call for Greece to Release Migrants onto Mainland


And the joke article of the week, Herts was Rameem Kaseem all along.

‘In the Name of God, Go!’ — Cromwell’s Dismissal of the Rump Parliament Applies to GOP Senators like Flake, McCain


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/newbrit/politics #359: Anglo Homeland Edition

Fresh Ginnie.

Study: More Than Half of Asylum Seekers in Italy Are Mentally Ill — ‘Prone to Aggressive Behaviour’


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/newbrit/politics #358: Sainte > Grunch Edition

‘Never Underestimate the Power of the Dark Side’ — Globalists Want to Mould All Nations in EU’s Image, Warns Orban


European Union Tells Catalans: Spain Can Impose Direct Rule, You’re On Your Own


‘Soros Plan’: Hungary Slams EU ‘Institutionalisation of Mass Migration’ with New Asylum Rules


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/newbrit/politics #357: Fresh Ginnie Edition

Pro-Second Amendment Rights Czech President Uses Toy Gun to Mock Tension with Liberal Media


>Liberal media outlets in the West have affected outrage after Czech President Miloš Zeman brandished a toy rifle inscribed with the words “for journalists”.

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/newbrit/politics #356: Chilly Edition

Czech Trump: We Need Allies Like Right-Wing Austria to Fight Illegal Migration


Catalan Government: EU Will Not Survive if Spain Is Allowed to Install Puppet Government


Israel’s Holocaust Memorial Honors First Arab ‘Righteous Among the Nations’


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/newbrit/politics #355: Boredom Edition

UK Police Slammed for ‘Propaganda’ Video Promoting Islam


Weinsteingate Comes to Brussels: EU Parliament ‘An Absolute Hotbed of Sexual Harassment’


UK: Claims Gunman Has Taken Hostages at Bowling Alley in Nuneaton


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/newbrit/politics #354: Princes of the Universe Edition

UK Government Demands UN Refers to ‘Pregnant People’, Not Women


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/newbrit/politics #353: Sad EU Leaders Edition

Surge For Right-Wing Eurosceptic ‘Czech Trump’ at Worst Election in Czech History for Left Party


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/newbrit/politics #352: Parcelman Edition

London Now More Dangerous than NYC… More Rape, More Robbery, More Violence


UK Authorities Not Prosecuting Islamic State Returnees to Avoid Creating a ‘Lost Generation’


UK Government Is Worried About MPs Being Murdered Over ‘Fake News’ While Government Policies Continue to Kill UK Citizens


UK Government Slams Breitbart London as ‘Fake News’, ‘Dangerous’


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/newbrit/politics #351: British Nuclear Program Edition


>British nuclear tests at Maralinga occurred between 1956 and 1963 at the Maralinga site, part of the Woomera Prohibited Area in South Australia and about 800 kilometres north-west of Adelaide.

>the first nuclear test on the Australian mainland was Totem 1 (9.1 kilotonnes of TNT (38 TJ)) at Emu Field in the Great Victoria Desert, South Australia, on 15 October 1953. Totem 2 (7.1 kilotonnes of TNT (30 TJ)) followed two weeks later on 27 October.[6] The Supply Minister, Howard Beale, stated in 1955 that "England has the know how; we have the open spaces, much technical skill and a great willingness to help the Motherland. Between us we should help to build the defences of the free world, and make historic advances in harnessing the forces of nature."

>Airborne drifts of radioactive material resulted in "radioactive rain" being dropped on Brisbane and Queensland country areas.

Swedish Politicians Call For Army to be Deployed to No Go Zones to Keep Peace


Hungary Fears ‘Soros Influence’ in Election After Open Borders Activist Injects $18bn into Foundation


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/newbrit/politics #350: Dubya Edition

George W. Bush Emerges to Bash Trump, ‘Nativism’: ‘We Cannot Wish Globalism Away’


George W Bush: ‘Bigotry Seems Emboldened, Our Politics Seem More Vulnerable to Conspiracy Theories and Outright Fabrication’


Fake News: Viking Burial Clothes Did Not Reference ‘Allah’


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/newbrit/politics #349: Emo Edition

Hillary Clinton Praises Socialised British Medicine After Breaking Toe


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/newbrit/politics #348: A Hero's Rest Edition

Trade Deal with Brexit Britain ‘Vital for the European Union’, Warns Hungary


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/newbrit/politics #347: Law Enforcement Edition

Police Say Charging Shoplifters, Vandals ‘Not Practical’ as Arrests for ‘Offensive’ Comments Rise 53 Per Cent


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/newbrit/politics #346: Based British Gravity Edition

Whine House Down: Clinton Suspends Media after Falling, Hurting Foot in UK


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/newbrit/politics #345: Socialist Modesty Edition

Independent: Teachings of Islam Could Prevent Hollywood Sex Scandals


Clinton’s Failure Tour Goes Further South During UK Leg


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/newbrit/politics #344: Austria Edition

LIVEWIRE: Populist Freedom Party Back in Second Place, Kurz Declares Victory


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/newbrit/politics #343: Take a Knee Edition

German Soccer Team ‘Takes a Knee’ in Show of Solidarity with NFL Players


‘State of Denial’: Hillary Clinton Blames Nigel Farage, Macedonian Fake News Factories, for Losing Election


LIVEWIRE: Polls Open Across Austria – Polling Station Notes It’s ‘Very Busy’


DUP Urges Appeaser Theresa to ‘Rein In’ Divisive, Anti-Brexit Hammond


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/newbrit/politics #342: Eye Ran Edition

Iran Hacks 9,000 UK Parliament E-mails As Govt Opposes Trump Decertification of Iran Deal


Oy vey what a timely coincidence, now you'll have to turn on those nasty Iranians like we told you to.

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/newbrit/politics #341: Nationalkommunismus Edition

Grüße meine Genossen

Iran blamed for cyberattack on British Parliament


>Iran was responsible for a cyberattack on Parliament that hit dozens of MPs, including Theresa May, Whitehall sources have told The Daily Telegraph.

>The unprecedented “brute force” cyber attack in June lasted more than 12 hours and compromised around 90 email accounts.

>It was initially thought that Russia was behind the attack, but intelligence officials have now concluded Iran is responsible. It would be Tehran's first significant cyberattack on the UK.

Birmingham Islamic faith school guilty of sex discrimination


>An Islamic faith school's policy of segregating boys and girls is unlawful sex discrimination, a court has ruled.

>The case was heard at the Court of Appeal as Ofsted challenged a High Court ruling clearing the Al-Hijrah school in Birmingham of discrimination.

>Ofsted's lawyers argued the segregation left girls "unprepared for life in modern Britain".

>Appeal judges ruled the school was discriminating against its pupils contrary to the Equality Act.

Tower Hamlets: Girl, 17, Suffers Three Sex Attacks in One Hour on Walk Home


>A 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on three separate occasions by up to five men in the space of an hour on her walk home, Metropolitan Police have said.

>The Met believes the victim was attacked three times between around 23:55 hrs on Friday, September 29th, up to around 00:55 hrs on Saturday, September 30th, after she became separated from her friends after visiting a nightclub in Tower Hamlets, East London.

>Two of the three assaults are considered “very serious sexual assaults”. Detectives said it is possible she was drugged, and investigators are carrying out toxicology tests.

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/newbrit/politics #340: Jewrope Edition

May Delays Brexit Bill After 300 Amendments Demanded by Labour, Pro-EU Tory MPs


EU Prez Thanks British for Saving Europe During the War, But Adds: ‘Now They Have to Pay’


‘Fire Hammond for Trying to Sabotage Brexit,’ Demands Senior Tory


Somali Migrant Who Raped, Murdered, Tortured Other Migrants Given Life Sentence


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/newbrit/politics #339: Technological Advancement Edition

‘Deadlock’: Barnier’s Refusal to Move Talks on Increases Chance of No Deal, Full Brexit


Brexit: Three Quarters of Brits Say No Deal is Better Than a Bad Deal


Islamic Primary School Director Arrested over Underage Sex Abuse Claim


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/newbrit/politics #338: Normie Pain Edition

Senior Official Admits Million-Plus Illegal Immigrants in UK ‘Unlikely to Ever Be Removed’


Confusion as Prime Minister’s Office Forced to Deny Reports President Trump’s State Visit ‘Downgraded’


Remainer Phil’s Treasury Refuses to Prepare Budget for Clean Brexit


Over 90 Per Cent of Asylum Seekers Investigated in Denmark Caught Lying About Their Origin


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/newbrit/politics #337: Dago Uprising Edition

Cologne Migrant Sex Attacks Dismissed as ‘Entirely Debunked, a Case of Fake News’ by British Left-Green Leader


‘Soft Independence?’: Catalan Prez Suspends Referendum Result, Seeks Dialogue with Spain


The Soros Plan Is a Satanic Assault on Europe, Says Hungarian Lawmaker


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/newbrit/politics #336: The Cutest Jewess in the Galaxy Edition

Dedicated to the best waifu a man could ask for. Post Padme tbh

Ani did nothing wrong he was acting out of love for his top tier waifu. Remember kids, Obi-Wan and the Jedi are to blame.

Anyway, it's time for the news!

Britain 'draws up battle plan for war with North Korea'


>Britain is reportedly preparing for the possibility of war breaking out with North Korea as concerns rise that another provocative missile test could trigger a military response by the US.

>North Korea is being closely watched amid fears it could launch another long-range missile test on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the founding of its ruling party.

>Bellicose rhetoric from Donald Trump has heightened tensions in the region in recent months, prompting British officials to draw up military plans for a response to a break out of hostilities, it was reported.

Theresa May sets out Brexit options including 'no deal'


>The UK has set out how it could operate as an "independent trading nation" after Brexit, even if no trade deal is reached with Brussels.

>Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs "real and tangible progress" had been made in Brexit talks.

>But the country must be prepared for "every eventuality", as the government published papers on future trade and customs arrangements.

Failed UKIP Leadership Candidate Anne Marie Waters Launches New ‘For Britain’ Party


>Former UKIP leadership candidate and Sharia Watch director Anne Marie Waters has soft-launched a new political party — For Britain — which it boasts will be “set up by the end of the week”.

>Taking the name from her campaign to lead UKIP — Anne Marie For Britain — little has yet been revealed about the new party other than its name and logo — a stylised three-pronged trident rendered in red and purple.

>Traditionally the weapon of Neptune, god of the Sea, the trident is known as the weapon held by Britannia — the caricature personification of Britain — and has been a symbol of maritime power.

>Notably missing out the Conservatives, a brief statement on the new For Britain Party Twitter states they are hoping to oppose UKIP and Labour.

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/newbrit/politics #335: Loyal Opposition Edition

Labour Could Keep UK in EU Single Market, Says Shadow Brexit Minister


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/newbrit/politics #334: Aboriginal Wisdom Edition

Farage Tells Hillary Clinton to ‘Stop Whinging’ After She Demeans Brexit Voters


Taxpayer Funded Transgender Charity Banned from Contacting Boy, 7, Forced to Live as Girl


May Ramps up Preparation for ‘No Deal’ Brexit Amidst Calls for Her Resignation


Thousands of Poles Pray on the Border Against ‘Islamisation of Europe’


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/newbrit/politics #333: Part & Parcel Edition

‘Several Injured’, One Arrested as Car Rams Pedestrians Outside Natural History Museum, London


EU Brexit Negotiators Turn to Jeremy Corbyn Over Theresa May Government Collapse Fears


Theresa May Must Resign, Says Tory Donor and Former Chairman


Denial: Appeaser Theresa Insists She Has Cabinet’s ‘Full Support’


Third of Tory Members Believe May Secretly Wants UK to Stay in EU


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/newbrit/politics #332: Anime Edition

Treachery: The British MEPs Who Voted Against Bringing Trade Talks into Brexit Negotiations


Migrants Open New Illegal Route to UK Via Normandy


Students Protest After Cambridge College Uses Image of Auschwitz on Welcome Leaflet


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/newbrit/politics #331: Come Along Boys Edition

White House Open to ‘Thoughtful Conversation’ on Gun Control


EU Brexit Negotiator: Catalan Vote ‘Fixed’, Region Belongs ‘Embedded in a Multicultural Federal Europe’


EU Endorses Police Brutality in Catalonia as ‘Proportionate Use of Force’


Rotherham Council Tipped for ‘Social Worker of the Year’ Award After Rape Gang Scandal ‘Cover Up’


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/newbrit/politics #330: Friendly Advice Edition

Rameem Kaseem: With Appeaser Theresa Teetering, Why Are Brexiteers Set on Fighting Each Other?


Prime Minister’s Speech Repeatedly Interrupted as She Loses Her Voice, is Presented With P45


Days After Pollster Claims Third of U-22’s Gay or Bisexual, Official Figures Show It’s Closer to Four Per Cent


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/newbrit/politics #329: Han Solo Edition

Prime Minister’s Speech Repeatedly Interrupted as She Loses Her Voice, is Presented With P45


EU: ‘Illegal Migrants in Morocco Have European Union Refugee Rights’


Archbishop Denounces Greek Bill Allowing 15-Year-Olds to Choose Their Gender


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/newbrit/politics #328: Toad Hall Edition

Farage: Tories Tell Me in Private PM May Is ‘Waste of Space… Needs to Go’


In Wake of Attempted Paris Bombing, French Government Says ‘No-One Is Safe’


‘We’re Wasting Our Time’ – European Parliament Votes Against Opening Trade Talks with Britain


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/newbrit/politics #327: Huwhite Edition

EU Attacks Brutalised Catalan Voters for Mounting ‘Nationalistic Coup Against Europe’


Another Brexit Betrayal As Remainer Phil Reveals ‘Transition Period’ May Last More Than Two Years


Video of Canada Terror Attack Emerges; Suspect Named as Somali Refugee on Police Watch List


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/newbrit/politics #326: Bacon Sandwich Edition

Terror in France: Man Shot by Army in Marseilles Railway Station After Stabbing Passers-by to Death


Terror in Canada: Bloody Police Chase After Man With Islamic State Flag Rams Police Barricade, Stabs Officer


Pope Francis Tells Migrants: ‘You Are Warriors of Hope’


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/newbrit/politics #325: Bad Hombres Edition

Emergency late night no links edition posted on phone smh.

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/newbrit/politics #324: Dear Leader Edition

Bolton: Theresa May Isn't Going To Deliver On Brexit, She Hasn't Got a Clue


EU Citizens to Have More Rights than Britons After Brexit


Europe Holds Breath as Catalonia Prepares to Stage Banned Independence Referendum


Irish University Honors Al Sharpton With James Joyce Award for Civil Rights


Report: China Orders Muslim Families in Xinjiang to Hand Over Qurans, Prayer Mats


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/newbrit/politics #323: Henry Bolton & His 20 Good Men Edition

UKIP Elects Henry Bolton As New Leader, Nigel Farage "Delighted"


10 Things To Know About Henry Bolton


‘For the Nation’: UKIP Launches Lion Logo, ‘out Now’ Campaign in Party Re-Brand


France and Germany Agree ‘Intense’ Partnership to Push Federal EU After Brexit


Theresa the Appeaser Set to Make MORE Concessions, £40 Billion Divorce Bill


EU Snubs Appeaser Theresa, Says No Trade Talks ‘Unless Miracles Happen’


EU Negotiator Mocks Appeaser Theresa for ‘Backstabbing and Betrayal’


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/newbrit/politics #322: Centrist Dad Edition

Are you a 'centrist dad'?


>We've had "dad dancing" and "dad rock" - now meet "centrist dad", whose antics are an apparent source of frustration and embarrassment to young Labour Party activists.

Michel Barnier says UK is 'months' away from trade talks as fight over Brexit bill continues


>The European Union today warned Britain it was “months” away from being able to negotiate a future trade deal, with huge divisions still remaining between the UK and EU over the so-called Brexit bill.

>Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, insisted that Britain would have to pay all its share of money earmarked for European funds after Brexit, as the bloc’s own auditors criticised it for running up an “all time high” in spending commitments.

>Mr Barnier acknowledged that Mrs May’s Florence speech had created a “new dynamic” in the Brexit negotiation, but warned the two sides remained far apart on key issues. “We have had a constructive week, yes, but we are not yet there,” he said.

‘Jupiterian’ Macron Leads Charge for Centralised EU Budget, Military, Cabinet


>French president Emmanuel Macron made a wide-ranging speech on his vision for the future of the European Union Tuesday, in a landmark event which signifies the acceptance of the Union’s main players of an accelerated move towards a European State, with Britain being dragged along.

>In comments that come just months after the de facto leader of the EU Angela Merkel said she would be willing to accept a common European budget and a Europe-wide finance minister, Macron — who was ridiculed at the start of his presidency for saying he wished to rule as Roman God Jupiter — said he wanted to complete the monetary union project, started with the launch of the Euro single currency in 1999.

>Moves towards full monetary union and a single military have been held up for years by British opposition, but now the United Kingdom has started to withdraw from such discussions France and Germany appear to be finding a common voice on the matters.

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/newbrit/politics #321: Based Centrism Edition

70 Per Cent of Italians Say Country Has Too Many Migrants, Want ‘Strong Leader to Defend People’


Grooming Epidemic Spreads North to Glasgow, Scotland


UK Economic Competitiveness Strongest for a Decade After Brexit Vote


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/newbrit/politics #320: Imperial City Edition

Islamist on Terror Watch List Becomes Police Officer


‘Thuggery’: Labour Branded the ‘Nasty Party’ After Activists Attack Israel Supporters


After Disaster Election, Potential Merkel Coalition Partner Demands Migration Cap


Netanyahu Tells Merkel Concerned Over Rise in Anti-Semitism


Polish PM: We Want to Raise WWII Reparations with Germany


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/newbrit/politics #319: New Machine Edition

Nige in Yankland Campaigning for Pro-Trump Senate Candidate While Trump Campaigns for Anti-Trump Opposition Because He's Just That Smart


Fresh Ginnie: Almost Half of All Berlin Crimes Are Committed by Migrants


Oxford Student Who Stabbed Boyfriend Dodges Jail Time


Merkel Goes Straight Back to Defending Open Borders Policy After Avoiding the Subject During Election


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/newbrit/politics #318: Rise of Evil Edition

Merkel’s Pyrrhic Victory: Worst Party Performance Since 1949 As Populist AfD Beat Expectations


>The only party enjoying a decisive improvement in fortunes in the election is the AfD who entered parliament for the first time with a projected 13.5 percent or around 88 seats in the Bundestag.

>After the announcement of the exit polls, AfD politician Alexander Gauland told a crowd of supporters, “Dear friends, now that we’re obviously the third biggest power … the government has to buckle up. We will hunt them. We will hunt Ms Merkel … and we will reclaim our country and our people.

Clergy Denounce ‘Satanic’ London Fashion Week Show Held in Church


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/newbrit/politics #317: Reichstag Edition

LIVEWIRE: Germany Federal Elections 2017 Results


>Polling in the German election has closed and exit polls from public broadcaster ARD show Angela Merkel and her Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has clearly won the election with 32.5 percent of the vote.

>In second place the Social Democrats (SPD) under Martin Schulz are projected to win only 20 percent of the vote, down from their historic low of 23 percent in 2009.

>The anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) are projected to come in third with 13.5 percent of the vote, higher than many initial polling predictions before the election.

>The Social Democrats (SPD) have announced that they will not form another grand coalition with the Christian Democrats. The SPD are projected to have their worst election result since the Second World War. The announcement makes it likely that Merkel will attempt to form a coalition with the libertarian Free Democratic Party and the Green Party.

>While Angela Merkel's party have been projected to take the majority of votes in today's election, it is the worst result for the Christian Democrats since 1949.

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/newbrit/politics #316: Waifus für Deutschland Edition

*jerrycucks* not really

We interrupt Neo's spate of excellent prequelkino editions to bring you…


I am making a big deal about this because I'm German I think this represents an important moment in time for our cause. Anyway I digress.

German election 2017 polls and odds tracker: Will Angela Merkel remain as Chancellor? Yes she will


>The German election takes place this Sunday, with Chancellor Angela Merkel heavy favourite to defend her position against Martin Schulz for a fourth term in power.

>Polls currently show that Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party - with its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU) - will be the largest party after the Bundestag election on 24 September, but they will fall short of a majority.

German election marks unprecedented political shift


>Rock music blaring, supporters cheering, Angela Merkel sweeps on to the makeshift stage. Under spotlights hastily rigged above what's usually an indoor tennis complex, the chancellor is relaxed and smiling as she acknowledges the applause of her loyal fans.

>A few exuberant refugees - carefully chosen and given front row seats - wave a huge banner. Almost unnoticed, security staff quietly hustle a couple of scruffily dressed men out of the hall. Mrs Merkel has been heckled several times on the campaign trail by supporters of the right-wing party Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD). No one here is taking any chances. In fact her rallies have been moved to indoor venues during the last week of campaigning.

German election polls latest LIVE: AfD advances in bid to take down Angela Merkel


>THE AFD has seen a last-minute surge in the polls as the last day of Angela Merkel’s election campaign draws to a close. Here are live updates and the latest polls for the German election race.

>The far-right, anti-immigrant AfD is set to enter the German Parliament for the first time

>Angela Merkel is on track to beat her main rival Martin Schulz

>Uncertainty hangs over who Angela Merkel could form a coalition with

>No signs of last-minute Russian meddling in the German election kek

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/newbrit/politics #315: I Miss You Edition

UK PM Plots to Keep Britain in Failing Union for EXTRA Two Years


‘If in Doubt, Treat Them as a Minor’: European Body Orders End of Migrant Age Tests


Pope Francis Says Concern for ‘Cultural Identity’ Doesn’t Justify Opposition to Mass Migration


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/newbrit/politics #314: It's All Obi-Wan's Fault Edition

Sixth Arrest Made by London Police in Parsons Green Bomb Investigation — Arrests Made at ‘Refugee Housing’


Friend of London Bridge Attacker Jailed for Making Islamic State Propaganda Outside Windsor Castle


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/newbrit/politics #313: Great Interest Edition

Canada Prepares for Illegal Migrant Surge from U.S. into British Columbia


German ‘Jihadi Bride’ Linda Wenzel Could Face Death Penalty in Iraq


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/newbrit/politics #312: Do It Edition

Illegal Immigrant Jailed After Sexually Assaulting Six-Year-Old, Grooming Children Online


Canada Pushes for ‘Seamless’ Trade Deal with Brexit Britain


European Union Demands Norway Take in More African Migrants


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/newbrit/politics #311: Ironic Edition

Open Borders Charities Linked to Human Traffickers to be Nominated for Nobel Prize


Elderly Foster Parents Caring for Syrian ‘Refugee’ Terror Suspects ‘Not Warned’


May to Offer EU £30bn Brexit ‘Divorce Bill’ With ‘Almost Unanimous’ Cabinet Support


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/newbrit/politics #310: Dark Times Edition

Police Arrested Suspected ‘Refugee’ Attacker Two Weeks Before London Terror


Transgender Row over Sweden’s ‘Man-Free’ Music Festival


Serbia’s Leader Attends Gay Pride March for First Time


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/newbrit/politics #309: Romanticist Edition

Hungary Builds a Wall, Cuts Illegal Immigration by Over 99%


18-Year-Old Arrested in Connection with Parsons Green Terror Bombing


Polish President: ‘There is No Doubt the Growing Wave of Terrorism is Linked to Migration’


90% Cent Of Asylum Seekers In Austria End Up On Welfare


Asylum Seekers Confessing Membership of Terror Groups Continues to Rise


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/newbrit/politics #308: Labour Edition

emergency no links and i need dinner

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/newbrit/"politics" #307 druids tbh


alt hyp


DukeOfDurham https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tm3a0pBxnY8





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/newbrit/politics #306: Slav Beer Edition

no links as too intoxicated tbqh

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/newbrit/politics #305: Fireman Trudeau Edition

Report: UK Most Powerful Nation in Europe Ahead of Brexit, Second Only to U.S.


Veterans: Plans to Integrate UK into EU Defence Apparatus ‘Betrays British Voters’


Alt-Left Vandalize Monument to Polish King Who Broke Turkish Siege of Vienna


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/newbrit/politics #304: Bin Edition

FARAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE: YouTube pulls down ‘immigration and Islam’ video featuring Nigel Farage amid growing censorship row

>YOUTUBE has once again been accused of censorship after allegedly pulling down a video featuring Nigel Farage talking about "Islam and immigration".

>The controversial film, which you can see above, features excerpts from the UKIP founder's speeches along with nostalgic views of British castles, landscapes and cultural icons.

>It also features details of the growing number of Muslims living in the UK as well as shocking newspaper headlines about terrorism and images depicting the migrant crisis.

>It's believed the maker of the videos is linked to online community 8Chan - which is known to have members who sympathise with the far right.


Hurricane Irma: UK to add 'further support' to £32m relief fund

>Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said "further support" for British overseas territories hit by Hurricane Irma would be announced within days.

>Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, he said only £4m remained of a £32m relief fund.

>It comes after senior MPs and residents of the Caribbean islands criticised the UK government's "too slow" response.


Drunk Briton fined after surviving Hoover Dam swim

>A British man has been fined for swimming across the Colorado river at the Hoover Dam while drunk on a stag do.

>Aaron Hughes is thought to be the first person to survive the swim across the reservoir at the 221m-tall (726ft) structure, which is on the border of Arizona and Nevada.

>The 28-year-old was told he escaped being dragged under only because nine of the 10 hydroelectric turbines were not in operation at the time.


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/newbrit/politics #303: Tax Policy Edition

emergency emergency

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/newbrit/politics #302: Skeptic Community Edition

Chelsea Condemn Anti-Semitic Alvaro Morata Chant from Fans at Leicester


Swedish Firemen Abandon House Blaze After Being Attacked in Swedish No-Go Zone


Migrants Prefer Germany Because Its Benefits ‘Are Quite High,’ Says Gov’t Minister


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/newbrit/politics #301: Virginia Edition

Emergency edition so no links, add them later tbh.

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/newbrit/politics #300: Like the Romans Edition

Steve Bannon: ‘No Room in American Society’ for the KKK and White Nationalists


Burka Dalek Assaults Shopkeeper for Selling Lingerie Near Headscarves


Hungary: EU Forcing Countries to Take Migrants is ‘Political Rape’


Sweden Welcomes Failed Asylum Seekers from Finland


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/newbrit/politics #299: Vulture Nosedive Edition

küß mich

küß mich

Hurricane Irma damage considerable


>Hurricane Irma has caused considerable damage on French island territories in the Caribbean, and casualties are expected, France's president says.

>The impact of Irma on St Martin and St Barts would be "hard and cruel", Emmanuel Macron added.

>His overseas affairs minister later confirmed at least two people dead and another two seriously injured.

>The category five hurricane, the highest possible level, is now passing over the northern Virgin Islands.

/tv/ news: Director Colin Trevorrow exits Star Wars: Episode IX


>Director Colin Trevorrow has dropped out of Star Wars: Episode IX because he and Lucasfilm have differing "visions".

>Episode IX is expected to star Daisy Ridley and John Boyega and is due out in May 2019. >Lucasfilm will now seek a replacement for Trevorrow, who is best known for directing Jurassic World.

>His departure comes less than three months after a Han Solo spin-off film also lost its directors.

'We don't owe EU a penny' Tories warn Theresa May will NOT be blackmailed by Brussels


>A group of Conservative MPs say the Government must not be blackmailed by Brussels into a multi-billion pound divorce bill – as we don’t legally owe the European Union a penny.

>A new in-depth legal analysis of the UK’s potential financial obligations to the EU shows there is a powerful legal case that the UK will not owe the EU any money at all on withdrawal.

>The paper by Charlie Elphicke MP and leading constitutional lawyer Martin Howe QC of Lawyers for Britain has the support of the Conservative European Research Group of MPs.

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/newbrit/politics #298 - White Women Are Superior Edition

Brexit Scaremongers in Retreat as British Manufacturing and Retail Sales Surge


‘Everyone’ Wants a Free Trade Deal with UK Post-Brexit, Says Iceland


EU’s Brexit Negotiator Barnier: An Open Borders Enthusiast Who Demanded Internet Censor ‘Intolerance’


Religious Groups Slam Corbyn for Firing MP over ‘Courageous’ Grooming Gangs Warning


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/newbrit/politics #297 - Suomi Strong Edition

>Live stream of Finns standing around the Swedish/Finnish border helping poor refugees move to a more tolerant nation


Ray Mears chats ahead of Born To Go Wild tour


'EU shamed after Icelandic minister says 'EVERYONE wants a trade deal with Britain'


'Labour peer Lord Adonis demands BBC presenter Andrew Neil get the sack for being ‘too pro-Brexit'


'UK terror threat level severe 'for at least five years'


'Edinburgh University law student, 21, who mocked ISIS on Facebook is probed by college bosses over it being a HATE crime that 'puts minority students at risk'


'You Loot We Shoot': Texans Lay Down the Law After Harvey'


Thanks for the links SA

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/newbrit/politics #296 - Home Again Edition

Merkel & Schulz Discuss Trump’s Tweets On Televised Debate


60,000 Evacuated From Frankfurt Ahead of 1.8 Ton British WWII Bomb Disposal


Polish Youths in Warsaw Rescue Europe’s Largest Jewish Cemetery


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/newbrit/politics #295 - Moralist Edition

British teachers tell pupils Trump is similar to Hitler and say Muslims are the major victims of Manchester bombing


>A new Channel 4 documentary shows British teachers telling pupils there are “a lot of similarities between Hitler and Trump”, and suggesting the most important people to look after following the Manchester Arena terror bombing are Muslim pupils.

>Harrop Fold School in Salford, Manchester, was formerly ranked one of the worst in Britain and is led by three brothers: Headteacher Drew Povey, Deputy Head Ross Povey, and Ben Povey on the Behaviour Team.

Yellow Pages to stop printing directory after 51-year run


Former councillor jailed for sexually abusing boy while posing as religious teacher taking him to mosque


>When Khan was jailed, there was a disturbance from the public gallery, with shouts of “it’s a stitch up”

NATO Calls For Help to Prepare for War in Big Cities


UN Refugee Agency Says They Want at Least 380,000 Migrants in Europe Per Year


>I want the UN refugee agency GONE by this time next year. Enough with these wogs. Fuck them and fuck the (((UNHCR)))

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/newbrit/politics #294 - The South Will Rise Again Edition

I want to make the thread today tbh.

Found out I'm related to a notorious pro-slavery confederate lads, so that'll be the inspiration for the thread's theme.

Here's some news items for your perusal:


Number of children with English not their first language soars by two-thirds in decade


>The number of schoolchildren who do not speak English as their first language has soared by two-thirds in the past decade to nearly 1.3million amid fresh concerns about the strain immigration is placing on schools.

Animals ruin environmentally friendly housing

'''"Grand Designs" dream home ruined by

"Biblical' plague of moths"'''


>But the “Grand Designs-esq” adventure turned into a nightmare when she discovered the highly sustainable wool she had chosen to insulate the four-bed property was hosting a moth infestation of “biblical proportions”.

They're looking to extend our sentences lads

Maximum terror prison sentences "may be too low"


>Mr Hill said: "With the benefit of experience and hindsight it may be the case that some offences have insufficient discretionary maximum sentences, which should be reviewed."

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/newbrit/politics #293 - BIG Hurricanes Edition

Aberaeron carnival: Police probe as float 'considered racist'


Britain is 'home to 35,000 Islamist fanatics', more than any other country in Europe, EU anti terror chief warns


Frankfurt to evacuate 70,000 after British WW2 bomb found




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/newbrit/politics #292 - Scully Edition


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/newbrit/politics #291 - BR Edition

390 000 refugees are allowed to bring their families to Germany


North Korean missile passed over Japan, before falling into the sea: Japanese broadcaster NHK


Hundreds of panicking Notting Hill Carnival revellers flee in terror from 'acid attack' as corrosive liquid is hurled over dancing crowd


Norway's Immigration Minister pushes against ECHR, wants to stop country becoming 'like Sweden'


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/newbrit/politics #290: DAOKO edition

>Wetin be your favourite Pidgin word?


>Arsenal hear something as Liverpool use dem clean ground four times, for English Premiership match on Sunday.


>Floyd Mayweather don increase im clean record wey dem never win am reach up to 50 fight after im nack Conor McGregor for round 10.


>Ghana National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) don warn give flood alert for people wey dey live around White Volta river for di Upper East Region.


>China promotes army general who fought Vietnam in 1979 border war


>Chastised by E.U., a Resentful Greece Embraces China’s Cash and Interests


Join the imperium lads

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/newbrit/politics #289: Russia Edition

Buckingham Palace Attacker Had ‘Four-Foot Sword’, Shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ Repeatedly


Belgium: Authorities Mired in 23 Anti-Terror Probes a Month


Swedish Municipality Buys Children Burkinis For Swimming Lessons


Alt-Left Warns Antifa Will Attack Canadian Journalists At Protests


Cubans in Serbia ‘Had No Choice’ But Migrate to Europe After U.S. Border Closed


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/newbrit/politics #288: Hasselhoff Edition

Notting Hill Carnival: Police Warn of Acid Attacks and Leftist Thugs


Rejected Asylum Seekers Have 73 Per Cent Chance of Remaining in the EU


EU Admits Failure to Deport Fake Asylum Seekers ‘Pull Factor’ for Illegal Migrants


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/newbrit/politics #287: Grandayy Edition

Notting Hill Carnival: Police Warn of Acid Attacks and Leftist Thugs


Rejected Asylum Seekers Have 73 Per Cent Chance of Remaining in the EU


EU Admits Failure to Deport Fake Asylum Seekers ‘Pull Factor’ for Illegal Migrants


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/newbrit/politics #286: Gaming Merkel Edition

‘We Don Land Gidigba!’: BBC World Service ‘Pidgin’ Launched in Africa


BBC Pidgin: Everybodi must do HIV test for Zambia


Soros-Funded UK Far Left Group Pledges to Create Spy-Ring in U.S.


Drama Asks Viewers, ‘Instead of Finding Fault with Islamic State, Why Not Put Your Efforts Towards Improving it?’


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/newbrit/politics #285: 5 Men In A Helicopter With 3 Other Men Edition

You are no longer actors in a movie!

You are five men in a helicopter!

With three other men!

'The Left really does hate Britain’ Fury at shock demand Nelson’s Column should be TOPPLED


>CALLS to destroy Nelson’s Column in London’s Trafalgar Square in the wake of the Charlottesville riots has sparked outrage.

>Britons were accused of “intellectual laziness” for not bringing down the famous statue in central London sooner.

>Violent protests broke out in Virginia last week in an angry dispute over the removal of a statue of confederate figure General Lee.

>One person was killed and dozens injured in the riots after right-wing protestors took to the streets in a rally against the decision and clashes with counter-demonstrators.

>Now statues across the world could see the same fate - with London’s monument to Lord Nelson which towers over Trafalgar Square being the latest to face calls for the chop.

>But the demands have provoked a furious response from politicians who claim the removal would be ‘un-British’.

'Prince William should stand for election' Fury as Owen Jones suggests ABOLISHING monarchy


>OWEN Jones believes the British monarchy should be abolished, and Prince Charles and Prince William should stand for election.

>LBC Radio host Owen Jones was commenting on reports about the Queen not planning to relinquish the crown to Prince Charles.

>He said: "As a country would it be the end of the world [to elect our head of state]?

>"Wouldn't it enshrine our democracy?"

Asda sorry for 'Isle of White' shopping bag gaffe


>The opening of Asda's first store on the Isle of Wight made an impression for all the wrong reasons after special bags produced to mark the occasion included the spelling "Isle of White".

>The retailer opened the doors to its Newport store on Monday and offered shoppers the chance to buy 10,000 bags designed by two island children.

>Bosses obviously did not check them properly as they included the mistake.

>Asda said it was "hanging our heads" and promised to get the bags reprinted.

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/newbrit/politics #284: Spies Edition

(Brown) Police Officer from Department Criticized for Obsessing over ‘Right-Wing Extremism’ Jailed for Child Porn


UK Will Prosecute Online ‘Hate Crime’ the Same as Real World Crime


Migrant Family in Germany Names Baby ‘Angela Merkel Muhammed’


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/newbrit/politics #283: Only Four Months Until Christmas Edition

Multiple Migrants Storming Canadian Border Found with Child Pornography


Despite Terror, Mass Sex Attacks, Merkel Still Stands by Her Decision to Open German Borders


German University Files Criminal Complaint Against Anti-Israel Activists


One in Three British Jews Consider Leaving UK


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/newbrit/politics #282: Up All Night Edition

>wheelchair sciencing dude with bacon number of 3 blames UK govt. for 'healthcare crisis'


>Physicist Stephen Hawking found himself in a war of words with Britain's Conservative government after he said it had caused a crisis in the state-run National Health Service (NHS) and was leading it towards a profit-making U.S.-style system.

>Writing in the Guardian newspaper on Saturday, the British cosmologist, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease aged 21, also accused the government's health minister Jeremy Hunt of cherry-picking scientific evidence to justify policies.

>new treatment lets genetically infertile mice reproduce


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/newbrit/politics #281: A Normal 48 Hours in Europe Edition

Terror in Germany: 1 Dead, 1 Injured, Manhunt Underway


Terror in Finland: 2 Dead, Several Injured, Suspect Shot


Terror in Spain: 14 Dead, 80 Injured, 6 Suspects Shot


Terror in Denmark: Imam Compares Gays to Paedophiles


Australian Woman in Barcelona Cheats Death at the Hands of Terrorists for Third Time


UKIP Leadership Hopeful John Rees Evans: Pay British Indians To Leave UK


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/newbrit/ cytube thread

Someone suggested we should set up a cytube so we could have a nice family film night every so often, and kindly showed me the ropes of how to get one going and after a bit of trouble it seems to be working.

We can use this thread for


>film/tv show suggestions

general suggestions on how to improve it like



>background images


It's pretty bare bones at the moment so this would be much appreciated. I think you can just upload the images for emotes and stuff here and I can link them in the site and it will work like that.


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/newbrit/politics #280: Emergency Edition

add links later i'm raiding xoxo

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/newbrit/politics #279: not entirely /cutebrit/ Edition

German Scientists: Drug Public with Oxytocin to ‘Promote the Acceptance and Integration of Migrants’


Sweden: Unemployment Among Foreign Origin Residents Five Times Higher Than Locals


Left-Wing UK Parliament Member Slammed, Forced to Resign After Warning Of Pakistani Rape Gangs in Britain


Government Plans for Open Border with Ireland Means Open Borders with EU


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/newbrit/politics #278: not /cutebrit/ Edition

Remainers Divided, Can't Agree Positions, View Each Other With Suspicion


603,000 Syrians Have Returned Home From Neighbouring Countries This Year — But Not From Europe


European Union Waging ‘Policy of Harassment’ Against Conservative Poland, Says Foreign Minister


Swiss Hotel Apologizes After Telling ‘Jewish Guests’ to ‘Take a Shower’ Before Swimming


French Transit Workers Go on Strike As Violence Against Employees Rises


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/newbrit/politics #277: Chaos on the Continent Edition

Remainers Divided, Can't Agree Positions, View Each Other With Suspicion


603,000 Syrians Have Returned Home From Neighbouring Countries This Year — But Not From Europe


European Union Waging ‘Policy of Harassment’ Against Conservative Poland, Says Foreign Minister


Swiss Hotel Apologizes After Telling ‘Jewish Guests’ to ‘Take a Shower’ Before Swimming


French Transit Workers Go on Strike As Violence Against Employees Rises


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didnt know it was possible to miss a phone so much


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/newbrit/politics #276: http://make.girls.moe Edition

Merkel to UN: ‘European Union Can Take 40,000 More Migrants’


Merkel Challenger Remains Confident of Unseating Chancellor


Fox and Hammond Promise Clean Brexit Outside Customs Union, Single Market


‘English Version of Donald Trump’ Rees-Mogg Considers Tory Leadership Bid


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/newbrit/politics #275: Monarch Edition

EU Poisons the Imperium: Contaminated EU Eggs Spread Into Asia


Denmark Hails ‘Hug a Terrorist’ Scheme, Jihadists Given Homes and Jobs


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/newbrit/politics #274: Martin Schultz Edition

Extreme Heat in Europe Decimating Crops and Stoking Drought


UK Police ‘Hate Crime Sergeant’ Urges Marks & Spencer to Include Baby on Men’s Toilet Signs


UK Rape Gangs ‘Profoundly Racist’, Says Liberal Former Head of Public Prosecutions


Number of Asylum Seekers with Mental Health Issues Rising in Germany


700 Migrants Storm Spanish Border Post with Morocco


Holidaying Families Look on as Illegal Migrants Land on Spanish Beach


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/newbrit/politics #273: Late Night Phone Edition

1,000 African Migrants Armed With Sticks, Improvised Spears Storm Spanish Border


Manhunt After Car Ploughs Into Group of Soldiers Patrolling Paris Suburb


Brussels Police Open Fire on Vehicle in Terror Neighbourhood Molenbeek, ‘Explosives’ Claimed To Be Inside


Owen Jones Ditches Momentum Training Day for LBC Gig


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/newbrit/politics #272: President Churchill Edition

It's Zulu 2.0 on the continent today.

1,000 African Migrants Armed With Sticks, Improvised Spears Storm Spanish Border


Manhunt After Car Ploughs Into Group of Soldiers Patrolling Paris Suburb


Brussels Police Open Fire on Vehicle in Terror Neighbourhood Molenbeek, ‘Explosives’ Claimed To Be Inside


Owen Jones Ditches Momentum Training Day for LBC Gig


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/newbrit/politics #271: Novgorod Edition

Venezuela: Maduro's Thugs Executing Opponents


>Yesterday Corbyn attempted to give moral equivalency to the government and protesters in Venezuela. Last night on Newsnight an activist from Labour’s Socialist International sister party in the country said there was no equivalency. Guido wonders how there can be when Maduro has marauding thugs in uniform on motorbikes beating up and killing protesters.

Corbyn Doubles Down on Venezuela


>Jez is back from his cycling holiday in Croatia; asked specifically whether he condemns President Maduro’s actions, he says: “What I condemn is the violence that’s been done by any side and all sides in this.”

Italian Government Denies ‘Migrant Rescue’ Activist Vessel Access to Ports


>The migrant rescue NGO vessel “Golfo Azzurro” has been refused access to Italian ports on the island of Lampedusa, with some blaming “right-wing hackers” for ship confiscations and NGO members being investigated for people smuggling.

Soros-Funded Tunisian NGO Commands Fishermen to Block ‘Defend Europe’ Ship from Port


>Several fishermen in the Tunisian port city of Zarzis have blocked the Defend Europe vessel, the “C-Star”, from refuelling, claiming that the ship and its mission to watch over migrant rescue NGOs is “racist”.

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/newbrit/politics #270: European Edition

NHS to Recruit Thousands of British Nurses After Brexit


Prime Minister Denies UK Will Pay £36 Billion Brexit Bill After Backlash


Labour’s Corbyn Refuses to Condemn Venezuela’s Authoritarian Socialist Government


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/newbrit/politics #269: Stop Cumming Edition

Brexit Betrayal: EU Boats ‘Will Still be able to Catch Large Amounts of Fish in British Waters’


(((Kissinger))): End of Islamic State Could Lead To ‘Iranian Radical Empire’


Sweden: 550% Rise in Grenade Attacks


‘Professional Cuddling’ Industry Booming Under Trump


Indian Officials Fear China’s Influence in Pakistan Has ‘Malign Effect’ on World


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newbrit/politics #268: Ballin Ass Niggaz Adition

Good mornin and good night my bruddas, welcome to the 267th /newbrit/politics thread! We'd bin taking tings too seriously recently so hang back, smoke a bowl of da erb and eat sum gummies bruddas


Now ere are de usual newses for yo perusal my Niggas:

Putting It Bluntly: Legalising Cannabis Could Give The UK An Extra 2 Billion


>The UK’s stance on cannabis has got many around the world asking what are they smoking? Canada is set to become the first G7 country to fully legalise recreational use of cannabis and other countries ranging from Spain, to Uruguay to allegedly North Korea have legalised it in some capacity.

>he Institute for Social and Economic affairs at the University of Essex estimates that legalisation could provide extra tax revenues totalling between £400 million and £900 million.

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/newbrit/politics #267: Sisters of Mercy edition

22st I swear to God you better not steal it again.



The Sisters of Mercy - Vision Thing


It's a small world

and it smells funny

I'd buy another

if I had the money

The Sisters Of Mercy - This Corrosion


Ah you know the lyrics, or you better know em

fuck it i'm tired and this is good enough see you all tomorrow

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/newbrit/politics #266: Based Burgo Do It Again Edition

>Lee Rigby style plot planners banged up


>Four members of a British Islamist militant cell who referred to themselves as the "Three Musketeers" were on Thursday given life sentences in prison for plotting an attack.

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/newbrit/politics #265: Free of Charge Edition

National Security Council Purge: McMaster ‘Deeply Hostile to Israel’


>Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick wrote Wednesday evening that National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is purging pro-Israel staff from the National Security Council (NSC), turning the administration against President Donald Trump’s policies.

>"According to senior officials aware of his behavior, he constantly refers to Israel as the occupying power and insists falsely and constantly that a country named Palestine existed where Israel is located until 1948 when it was destroyed by the Jews."

>"Many of you will remember that a few days before Trump’s visit to Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו and his advisers were blindsided when the Americans suddenly told them that no Israeli official was allowed to accompany Trump to the Western Wall."

>"What hasn’t been reported is that it was McMaster who pressured Trump to agree not to let Netanyahu accompany him to the Western Wall. At the time, I and other reporters were led to believe that this was the decision of rogue anti-Israel officers at the US consulate in Jerusalem. But it wasn’t. It was McMaster."

>"And even that, it works out wasn’t sufficient for McMaster. He pressured Trump to cancel his visit to the Wall and only visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial — ala the Islamists who insist that the only reason Israel exists is European guilt over the Holocaust."

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/newbrit/politics #264: What Kind Of Man Are You Edition

Corbyn Congratulates Venezuelan Dictator Maduro on State TV Propaganda Broadcast


>This is the moment Jeremy Corbyn offered his “congratulations” to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro who was last night branded a “dictator” by the international community. Corbyn appeared as a special guest on Maduro’s personal weekly propaganda show En Contacto con Maduro (In Contact With Maduro), broadcast on state televeision and radio throughout Venezuela. Introduced by Maduro as a “friend of Venezuela”, Corbyn addresses his host as “Mr President” during a 2014 discussion about Tony Benn. Maduro replied: “Thank you Jeremy, for your call and your greetings”…

When Milne Met Maduro


>This is the extraordinary moment Jeremy Corbyn’s top adviser Seamus Milne was ushered into the Venezuelan Presidential Palace and embraced by the country’s tyrant Nicolas Maduro. Milne travelled to Venezuela in 2014 to record a Guardian interview with the socialist leader who was last night branded a “dictator” by Western governments. Introducing the film, Milne dismisses protesters who were then trying to overthrow the Maduro regime as “overwhelmingly middle class… the government maintains support in working class and poorer areas”.

Jacob Rees-Mogg Invites Moggmentum Tattoo Man to Tea


>Jacob Rees-Mogg today pledged to meet the young man who had “Moggmentum” tattooed on his chest and take him for tea at the House of Commons. Giving his blessing to 24-year-old tattooee Ross Atkinson, the North East Somerset MP said he was “enormously honoured and flattered… it’s a huge compliment, very flattering”. The Mogg has spoken to Ross on the radio twice today; first as the lead item on BBC Radio Sheffield’s breakfast programme and later on TalkRadio with Paul Ross.

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/newbrit/politics #263: Thots To The Southwest Edition

Here you cunts

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/newbrit/politics #262: Moggmentum Edition

Moggmentum Tattoo Man: I Love Jacob


>“I got it done at Limited Edition Tattoo in Doncaster. It cost £50 – I paid for it with a bonus from my previous job. I love Jacob because he stands for a lot of the same things as me philosophically, but he also has the integrity to not try and change his opinions to meet public opinion. He also stands for a very old caring kind of Conservatism that doesn’t support unlimited individualism but understands that the state has to take charge sometimes. I was in the Tories between 2008 and 2011 but left, I joined again last year just after Brexit. I understand that a lot of working class people actually share beliefs with Jacob and I reckon he could be the one to push into Labour heartlands like my town. Unfortunately I think I’m the only lad with one in Doncaster but who knows – maybe it will start a national trend?”

Brexit Cabinet Split: Fox and Johnson Deny Consensus Over EU Free Movement After 2019


>The Foreign and International Trade Secretaries have denied claims there is a cabinet ‘consensus’ to maintain ‘similar’ levels of migration from the European Union (EU) during a two-year ‘transition’ period after Brexit.

>The claims appear to open a rift between senior Tories who backed and opposed Brexit, with the latter in favor of maintaining EU migration for years after the two-year Article 50 divorce period.

>Last week, Home Secretary Amber Rudd unveiled plans for the existing immigration regime to remain largely unchanged, supported by Chancellor Phillip Hammond.

British, Belgian Royals Mark WWI Battle Centenary in Ypres


>Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, on Sunday joined Belgian royals and relatives of soldiers who fought in the Battle of Passchendaele to mark 100 years since the offensive that became a symbol of war’s senselessness began.

More than half a million Allied and German troops were killed or wounded in the World War I battle in western Belgium, also known as the Third Battle of Ypres. >The Allied campaign, fought by British and Commonwealth forces from July to November 1917 in swampy, rain-pummeled battlefields that turned to liquid mud, ended up barely moving the front line against the Germans.

>William spoke at the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, a monument etched with the names of tens of thousands of soldiers killed in the months-long battle whose remains were never recovered or did not receive proper burials.

London Bridge Terrorist May Have Radicalised Young Children at School Where he Taught


>New details have emerged about London Bridge terror group ringleader Khuram Butt, the 27-year-old Islamist who was shot dead by police in June, which reveals him as a proselytising radical who used positions of trust to recruit young Muslims.

>Terrorist Khuram Butt led fellow Islamists Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba in their attack on London bridge, in which they drove a hire van into pedestrians before disembarking and charging Friday-night revellers with knives while wearing fake suicide vests. They killed eight, and injured 48 before being killed by a police armed response unit.

>A new report by Britain’s Mail on Sunday reveals Butt’s Islamist activities extended beyond his deadly attack, and apparently influenced his teaching at an East London Muslim school, and his work at a nearby Muslim gym where he worked as a trainer and met his fellow attackers.

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/newbrit/politics #261: Year of the Consulship of Gallienus and Taurus Edition


261 AD: Britain elects to join the Gallic Empire.

‘Black Lives Matter’ Riots in London, Police and Public Attacked


>Molotov cocktails, fireworks, and bottles have been hurled at police during a ‘Black Lives Matter’ riot in East London following the death of an alleged drug dealer.

>Rashan Jermaine Charles, 20, died in hospital after being apprehended by police in Dalston, Hackney on the 22nd of July. He was attempting to flee a shop while swallowing a stash of drugs when tackled by officers, according to reports.

>Following the death, masked activists bearing ‘Black Lives Matter’ placards shut down Kingsland Road, set fire to bins and mattresses, and even attempted to storm a passing lorry, the BBC reports.

>Shop windows were also smashed, graffiti painted on buildings, and late-night businesses forced to close their doors.

Halal Chief: ‘Australian Women Need Muslims to Fertilize Them’


>White Australians will be extinct within 40 years because Australian men are too busy smoking, drinking beer and taking drugs to procreate, a Muslim businessman has warned.

>Halal certification chief Mohamed Elmouelhy told his Facebook followers the solution to this perceived demographic crisis for Australian women is for Muslim men to “fertilise them” and “keep them surrounded by Muslim babies” as part of what he foresees as the gradual Islamisation of Australia.

>His observation was in response to a study by researchers from the Hebrew University, published in the journal Human Reproduction Update, which found declining fertility rates among men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

Rahad Hussain Arrested Following London Acid Attack Which Left Victims With ‘Life-changing’ Injuries


>A man has been arrested following yet another suspected acid attack in London, said to have left its victims with “life-changing” injuries.

>23-year-old Rahad Hussain, of no fixed abode, was arrested on two counts of wounding with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon, near the Singh Supermarket on Roman Road, Bethnal Green, according to reports.

>The two male victims are said to have come running into the store with their skin “peeling off”, telling a shopkeeper: “We have got acid on us, we have got acid on us!”

>“They were pouring the water over themselves in the shop, and it had got into their clothes. One of them was pouring it down his trousers,” the shopkeeper recalled.

Tories Will Continue ‘Similar’ EU Migration After Brexit Despite Claim to End Free Movement


>Tory Chancellor Philip Hammond has indicated that it will be years before Britain has new border controls, as Home Secretary Amber Rudd says EU citizens will still be allowed to migrate to the UK after Brexit.

>At first glance, the statements appear to bluntly contradict the claims of Tory MP Brandon Lewis, who claimed Thursday: “Free Movement of Labour ends when we leave the European Union in the Spring of 2019”.

>Government sources later conceded that the rules governing EU migrants during the transitional period “may look like a similar arrangement” to current free movement rules, The Telegraph reports.

>Proponents of greater immigration controls have been sceptical of Tory claims; with UKIP leader Nigel Farage suggesting Thursday that “business and a Tory government” were preparing a “great Brexit betrayal” on immigration.

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/newbrit/politics #260: life is good and worth it edition

Putin: New US sanctions are cynical, destroy international law


Exclusive: EU threat to suspend Brexit talks unless Britain pays its divorce bill


European leader in SHOCK admission: The EU doesn't work and we all barely know each other


UK to send warship to South China Sea amid maritime dispute – defense sec


Drunken gang of Muslim men are jailed for rampaging through Liverpool city centre attacking strangers because they were white non-believers


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/newbrit/politics #259 - Insomnia, Druids & Sussex Edition

>sick baby to die in hospice


>A British judge gave the parents of Charlie Gard until noon on Thursday to agree arrangements for his death with the hospital caring for him, failing which he would be transferred to a hospice where his ventilation tube would be removed.

hope a richfag steps in and pays for a a ventilator in their house to let the poor mite die at home, tbh

>6 student accommodation blocks deemed fire risk after the grenfell grill


>5 people including 2 children taken to hospital after car and van collide in sussex


>shark off the sussex coast


>bear grylls wants sussex contestant for The Island tv show


>autism severity measured by brain scan

get in the scanner, goy


>new parametric CAD software provides realtime iteration testing

here comes stupidly fast optimization tbh


>'progress' made in brexit talks


>Amber Rudd launches migration study


>humans can correctly interpret emotion in animal calls


>environment agency tenders £130m of small scale work


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/newbrit/politics #258 - Spoilered Gayism Edition

If imperium is allowed to do it then so can the once and future Prince of England.

Team Jez: Labour Frontbenchers Were Mistaken About Pledge to Write Off Student Debt


Amazon, Mini, EasyJet in Brexit Good News Hat Trick


BMW to Build Electric Mini in Oxford After Brexit


Israeli Flags Burnt in London


London Indian Muslim, 19, Kidnapped, Raped and Murdered for Dating Arab


Police Injured by Knifeman Shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ in Spain


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/newbrit/politics #257 - The Imperium Marches On Edition

> (((Doctors))) finally get their way


> Baroness Wog BTFO


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/newbrit/politics #256 - /newbrit/ nunnery Edition

Tories to Allow Men to Legally Self-Identify As Women Without Any Medical Checks


Surging Anti-Semitism in Germany Sparks Cry for Help from Jewish Community


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/newbrit/politics #255 - Based Tories Edition

Tories to Allow Men to Legally Self-Identify As Women Without Any Medical Checks


Surging Anti-Semitism in Germany Sparks Cry for Help from Jewish Community


Brexit: U.S. Pact Will Be One Deal Among Many for ‘Global Champion’ Britain, Promises Trade Secretary


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/newbrit/politics #254 - Rainy Day Edition

UK Government to Clamp Down on Drone Ownership


Just in case anyone was thinking committing a drone hate crime.

Teen Girl Found Dead, Stuffed Into Freezer In Alleged Honour Killing


French furious at being written out of Dunkirk film epic


‘I’ve seen America, it’s lousy’: Duterte vows never to visit US


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/newbrit/politics #253 - This is the Infowar Edition

Labour nonces at it again


>Officials put the brakes on investigating a Labour councillor who was accused of being a paedophile in order to help the party during the 2015 General Election campaign, an independent inquiry has concluded. A child protection expert’s report – seen by the Manchester Evening News – finds that two Bury Council officers acted under either “direct political influence” to downplay the allegations against the councillor, or “the mistaken belief by senior officers that they needed to be seen to be doing their best to protect members of the Labour group from any political embarrassment at a sensitive time“. After the election the councillor, Simon Carter, was convicted of downloading sexual images of children…


>The Manchester Evening News, which claims to have seen the findings of two internal investigations into the matter, reports that Owen sat on the information, failing to inform Children’s Services or the governors of the school boards Carter was involved with – which included a Tory councillor.

>The only person Owen informed of the allegations was Labour council leader Mike Connolly, described as a “close personal friend” of Carter’s. The politician is said to have described this as a “heads up”.

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/newbrit/politics #252 - Deer Leader still on Holiday Edition

New Project Fear Report Admits It Contains No Facts


>A new report by The UK in a Changing Europe is getting a lot of play on the BBC and the Remain media this morning. It is continuity Project Fear, predicting “legal morass and economic disaster” in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

>What you won’t read in the broadsheet write-ups is the report’s admission that its own analysis is pure speculation and not based on fact. In their own words: “The analysis that follows is necessarily speculative… [there are] no facts about the future… [the analysis] requires a significant amount of speculation”.

Well Off British Families Blame Brexit for Au Pair Shortage


>Every year, about 40,000 British families welcome an au pair — a young person keen to improve their English and travel who looks after children in exchange for lodging and some pocket-money.

Sounds like organized noncery tbh.

>There are usually more au pair applications than families needing their services but that may be changing as parents turned to the popular online forum Mumsnet to voice their growing desperation.

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/newbrit/politics #251 - Deer Leader on Holiday Edition

Watchdog Probes Evidence Students ‘Double Voted’ in Election to Boost Labour


>The Electoral Commission is investigating “troubling” reports of ‘double voting’ amidst growing evidence students boosted Labour support with the illegal practice at the election.

>The watchdog said it has been contacted by 38 MPs expressing concern about reports of students bragging on social media about voting twice in their constituencies, and received more than 1,000 emails from members of the public who raised the issue.

>While it’s illegal in the UK to vote twice, people with more than one residence — which includes students, MPs and second home owners — are allowed to register on the electoral rolls of more than one constituency, allowing them to vote wherever they happen to be on polling day.

>In its report, the commission highlighted university towns and cities which saw unusual surges in voter registration such as Canterbury, a seat Labour won for the first time.


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/newbrit/politics #250 - National Freedomism edition

Porn ID checks set to start in April 2018

>A nine-month countdown to the introduction of compulsory age checks on online pornography seen from the UK has begun.


More links tomorrow, maybe?

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/newbrit/politics #249 - Mordred Was Right Edition

London Acid Attacks: 16-Year-Old Charged With 15 Offences


>Details released in a police statement Saturday evening said the 16-year-old identified as ‘A’ had been charged with 15 offences in relation to the acid attacks in London.

Do you think 'A' stands for Ahmed or Abdul?

Also it's Holocaust season again.

Macron Condemns French Complicity in the Holocaust


Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes in UK Soar to Record Levels, Police Accused of ‘Betrayal’


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newbrit/politics #250 - Anprim thread

Links or whatever. Spaceman, do your thing.

I hate being a normie

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/newbrit/politics #247: Britain Above All Edition

Welsh Politicians Spend Thousands Chartering Planes to Watch Football


Times Journalist Claims Brexit Will Put Up Price of Prostitutes


Government Adviser Compares Going Ahead With Brexit to Appeasing Hitler


BBC: Schools Must Hire 70,000 Extra Non-White Teachers to Reflect Pupil Demographics


London: Teen Arrested After Five Acid Attacks in 84 Minutes


Denmark Will Fund Contraception Aid for Africa to ‘Limit Migration Pressure on Europe’


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/newbrit/politics #246: Remembering Ed Edition

Germany Expecting up to 300,000 More Syrian, Iraqi Migrants in 2017 Through Family Reunification Rules


Half of Turks in Germany Do Not Work, Majority ‘Not Interested in a Job’


EU to Fund Libyan Coastguard to Combat People Smuggling


Leftists Slam ‘Special School’ for Undereducated Migrants as ‘Apartheid’


Art Exhibit in Poland Shows Auschwitz Through Inmates’ Eyes


Anti-Israel Extremists to Protest Netanyahu’s Trip to Paris Holocaust Ceremony


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/newbrit/politics #245: The Sash My Father Wore Edition


What was the Battle of the Boyne? Everything you need to know


>On July 12 each year, the Battle of the Boyne is commemorated by Orange Men walking through the streets of Northern Ireland.

>The Battle marked a turning point in Protestant history in the country. Over the years the day has also been marked by sectarian violence between pro-Unionist groups and pro-Republican forces.

Twelfth of July parades taking place across Northern Ireland


>Twelfth of July parades are taking place in 18 locations across Northern Ireland, as the Orange Order stages the biggest day in its marching calendar.

>Tens of thousands of people are expected to be involved in the parades.

>Marchers commemorate the 327th anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne.

>William III - the Dutch-born Protestant better known as William of Orange or King Billy - defeated the Catholic King James II in County Meath in July 1690.

Orange Order 12 July parade passes off without protest


>The most contentious Ulster loyalist parade in Northern Ireland’s marching season has passed off peacefully, signalling that this 12 July could be the most trouble-free for decades.

>Several hundred Orangemen, flute bands and loyalist supporters filed past the republican Ardoyne district in north Belfast without any protests from Catholic residents.

>The loyalists will not march back via the same route as part of a deal sealed by political representatives and community leaders on both sides of the sectarian divide.

>Significantly, there were no hardline dissident republicans at the Ardoyne shops as the Orange Order parade went by.

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/newbrit/politics #244: Just make at least something edition for fucksake lads

this thread was made by mobile™


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/newbrit/politics #243: The Eternal Australian Edition

Brexit: Japan Slaps Down Brussels, Could Do Trade Deal with Britain BEFORE the EU


Muslim Radio Station Claims it Broadcast 25 Hours of Violent Al Qaeda Speeches ‘By Mistake’


Albanians Mass Migrate to Bulgaria for EU Passports, ‘Gateway to England’


Islamist ‘Morality Police’ Using Violence, Intimidation to Enforce Shariah Law in Germany


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/newbrit/politics #242: L'édition de Gainsbourg

Mon amour, tu es la vague, moi l'île nue

Arrests and injuries as Hamburg gripped by mass anti-G20 protests


>A day of violent clashes between police and protesters culminated on Friday evening with the bizarre spectacle of the heads of the world’s 20 leading economies listening to Beethoven’s Ode to Joy at the top of a shiny high-rise building while police used water cannon, teargas and speed boats to keep at bay an angry crowd of thousands.

>Germany’s second-largest city had been eager to showcase its recently opened Elbphilharmonie concert hall to the rest of the world, but it may come to rue its ivory-tower symbolism after a week of chaotic scenes on the edges of the conference hall.

Theresa May dismisses talk of leadership challenge and insists she will be PM for at least another year


>Theresa May has brushed off talk of a leadership challenge over the summer, saying she still expects to be Prime Minister for at least another year.

>Attending the G20 summit in Hamburg, Mrs May was asked whether other world leaders are convinced she will still be there “in a year or two’s time”.

>Mrs May replied: “Yes. We will be playing our absolutely full part and I’ll be playing my full part and the issues that we are discussing are important.”

'They left us with NO MONEY' Rees-Mogg savages Labour for creating public sector pay mess


>JACOB Rees-Mogg savaged the Labour party for overspending in the previous Government, leaving Theresa May to deal with the public sector pay furore.

>Entrancing the audience with a long-winded explanation, defending Mrs May’s austerity cuts, the Tory MP said the government is not making cuts because they’re “unkind”.

>Urging the fuming audience to work out where the public sector pay cap originated from, Mr Rees-Mogg said on BBC Question Tim: “I think you’ve got to workout where we started from.

>“When the Conservatives got into power in 2010, a Labour minister said there is no money left. The deficit was £150 billion.

‘You haven't got a CLUE’ Furious self-employed worker DESTROYS Labour MP in taxation rant


>LABOUR’S shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon was left stunned as a self-employed worker launched an astonishing tirade at the left-wing politician during a heated Question Times.

>The audience member began to heckle at Mr Burgon as he tried to suggest public and private sector workers should not be pitted against one another.

>He was quickly cut off by the infuriated voter, who was concerned about the needs of self-employed workers being left behind by the government.

>Cutting through the Labour MP’s statement, the audience member said: “What about people who work for themselves and run businesses and employ people?

>“You live in a bubble. You live in a Westminster bubble where you don’t know the real world.

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/newbrit/politics #241: Happy Birthday Anprim Edition

Breitbart London is just TRUMP POLAND TRUMP POLAND TRUMP POLAND today so I'll skip all that.

Prince Harry warns of mobile phones affecting mental health



Andrew Garfield Slammed for Saying He’s ‘a Gay Man Right Now Just Without the Physical Act’


>Andrew Garfield is facing some backlash after the actor said he’s a “gay man right now just without the physical act,” with many social media users criticizing him for being “oblivious” or seeking attention.

This is pretty dire tbh.

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/newbrit/politics #240: Nikolai Valuev Edition

Brexit Boom: Oxford Economics Predicts UK Will Outperform France, Germany, Entire Eurozone


>Dire prophecies of an economy in freefall after Brexit have suffered another blow with the publication of a report which indicates that Britain will outperform Germany, France and the entire Eurozone over the coming years.

Foreign Influence? Soros & Co. Drop $500k On UK ‘Fact Check’ Org


>UK fact-checking group Full Fact has been given a large cash injection by the Open Society Foundations, and Omidyar Network to produce two new tools to counter what it calls “misinformation”.

Labour Deputy Leader hobnobbing with elites at Wimbledon


>In the Royal Box mixing with minor royals and tycoon Martin Sorrell, who just about manages on a million-a-week pay, so a lot of cream on his strawberries. Watson is doing the season; Glasto, Wimbledon…

Anne Marie Waters Outed as Self-Identified Left Winger and Life-Long Labour Campaigner


>UKIP’s anti-Islam leadership candidate Anne Marie Waters can be revealed as a strike-supporting socialist and trade unionist who played an active role in the Labour Party for a decade and described her political views as “standard left-wing”. Waters is the supposedly hard-right, Tommy Robinson-endorsed candidate in the UKIP leadership race. UKIP figures are concerned she is a Walter Mitty character, self-publicist and entryist who has taken a less than credible political journey. A 2011 video obtained by Guido shows Waters, then a prospective Labour candidate in Thurrock, talking up her socialist credentials

Swedish Feminists To Organise ‘No Men’ Music Festival To Prevent Sex Assaults


>Swedish feminist Emma Knyckare has an answer to the rising number of sex assaults at Swedish music festivals: organise events where men aren’t allowed to attend.

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/newbrit/politics #239: Baneposting Edition

[links go here]

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There's this one meme among my social circle that all the rejects of Italy move to Londistan to pretend they're hot shit. From your experience, just how many fucking Italos are there in your country?

>inb4 you're even more of a reject for posting on a taiwanese flipbook animation appreciation deep web forum

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/newbrit/politics #238: /sp/ortsball Edition

Celebrating /sp/orts (but not the niggers tbh)

el linkos below (where else tbh)

tbh (tbh)

Britain must have a 'grown-up debate' about tax increases to fund public services, Philip Hammond says


>Philip Hammond has said that Britain needs to have a "grown-up debate" about whether people are prepared to pay more tax to increase public spending amid a deepening Cabinet split.

>The Chancellor said that all voters need to consider the "serious question" of whether they are prepared accept higher taxes to ease austerity after "seven years of hard slog".

>In a speech on Monday night he said: "The serious question to the electorate cannot be 'would you like us to tax someone who isn’t you to pay for you to consume more?', but 'would you be willing to pay more tax to consume more public services?'”

Teachers fear Muslim students are stigmatised by anti-radicalisation Prevent scheme


>Teachers have “widespread discomfort” about a Government anti-radicalisation initiative promoting values like tolerance as “British”, a two-year study has found.

>There are also concerns that the Prevent strategy risks stigmatising Muslim students, according to the study.

>The Prevent initiative, introduced two years ago, requires authorities such as schools, prisons and health professionals to refer any concerns they have about individuals as part of attempts to stop people being radicalised and drawn into terrorism.

Insiders: Government Willing to Sacrifice Immigration Controls for Single Market in Brexit Talks


>Insiders claim the Government is abandoning its ambitions for a so-called “have your cake and eat it” Brexit, and are considering trading away sovereignty in order to protect “economic interests”.

>The left wing Guardian claims to have spoken to officials who say the Government is coming around to the view that “really there are only two viable options: One is a high [market] access, low [immigration] control arrangement which looks a bit like the [European Economic Area (EEA)]”.

>“The other is a low [market] access, high [immigration] control arrangement where you eventually end up looking like [the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)] – a more classic free trade agreement, if you are lucky.

>“Of course the policy position remains the Lancaster House speech which says what we want is a high-access, high-control situation, but the author of that speech [reported to be Theresa May’s former chief of staff Nick Timothy] is no longer in an influential position.”

Corbyn left red-faced as he spells names of his new Cabinet minister WRONG in announcement


>LABOUR’S announcement of the appointment of 20 new shadow ministers has been ridiculed after the party press release misspelt three names of the MPs on the list.

>Tracy Brabin, the Labour MP for Batley & Spen who replaced succeeded Jo Cox after she was horrifically murdered last June, was among those whose names were spelled wrong, with the press release naming her “Tracey”.

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/newbrit/politics #237: Otto and the Kaisserreich Edition

was it autism

As Britain leaves the European Union, let us do so in a way that brings this country together


China’s Xi Jinping recalls national 'humiliation' to Britain as he seeks to stir patriotism in Hong Kong


Theresa May told to cut foreign aid budget and give Britain’s state workers a pay rise


sorry bit hasty

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/newbrit/politics #236: The Eternal Thot Edition

The March of Comrade Corbyn: Labour leader to lead huge protest to DEMAND he is made PM


>JEREMY Corbyn has been condemned after it was announced he will lead a massive protest by leftwingers tomorrow aimed at bringing down the elected Government.

>Despite losing the election with 55 fewer seats that the Conservatives, the hard Left Labour leader continues to insist that he won and will demand that he is allowed to become Prime Minister.

>Tomorrow he will be the lead speaker at the massive NotOneDayMore/ ToriesOut march by hard line socialists demanding Theresa May steps down despite the Tories easily beating Labour in the election.

Bolshevik Revolution 2.0 soon famalams?

'Why did 101 MPs vote against the will of the people?’ QT audience savages Remoaner voters


>A QUESTION TIME audience member launched a scathing attack on the 101 MPs who backed Chuka Umunna’s Queen’s Speech challenging seeking to guarantee single market membership after Brexit.

>His rant comes after parliament overwhelmingly denied the Labour MP’s amendment to Theresa May’s Queen’s Speech, defeating it by 221 votes.

>The audience member questioned why MPs were so happy to attempt to subvert the will of British voters who last join opted to quit the European Union in its entirety.

Grenfell grill: Council leader quits over fire response


>Kensington and Chelsea Council leader Nick Paget-Brown has resigned following continued criticism of the council's handling of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

>Mr Paget-Brown faced calls to resign from London Mayor Sadiq Khan and a number of other senior politicians.

>It comes after an aborted meeting of the council's cabinet in which leaders had tried to ban members of the public and press.

>At least 80 people are believed to have died in the blaze on 14 June.

One in Ten of British Population Are Foreign Citizens, Doubled in 12 Years


>Nearly one-tenth of people living in the United Kingdom are foreign citizens, according to new figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

>There were a record 5.95 million foreign citizens living in the United Kingdom in 2016, the latest year for which figures are available, according to the intergovernmental organisation.

>The immigrant figures had risen significantly in recent years, according to the research. 2016’s 5.95 million was up on 2015’s 5.6 million, and was near double the 2004 figure when just five per cent of British residents were foreign citizens.

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/newbrit/politics #235 - Every Post ITT Is A (you) For Me Edition

American News

Teenager Killed in Transgender Gang Feud


>“Rayquann Deonte Jernigan, 17, who was known to friends by the chosen name of Ava Le’Ray Barrin, was killed Sunday morning by a single gunshot fired by 21-year-old Jalen Breon Brown in the parking lot of Riverview Apartments on College Avenue,” reported the Athens Banner-Herald. “The initial argument that started the feud was not even between Brown and Jernigan, who had not yet legally changed his name.”

>In a statement, Black Transwomen Inc. expressed sadness over the incident, before criticizing media outlets for “misgendering” Barrin.

>“Black Transwomen, Inc. is saddened that we must comment on the death of another trans woman of color in Ava Le’Ray Barrin,” the group proclaimed. “What saddens and infuriates us as an organization that seeks to represent and empower Black trans women is that Ava was just 17 years old and hadn’t even had a chance to follow her dreams yet. And as usual, the Atlanta and Athens, GA media outlets reporting on the story once again played into the infuriating pattern of disrespectfully misgendering a Black trans woman in death.”

YouTuber Shoots Boyfriend in Video Stunt Gone Wrong


>Monalisa Perez, a 19-year od aspiring YouTube star from Minnesota, has been arrested after shooting her boyfriend, Pedro Ruiz III in a YouTube stunt gone wrong. In the planned stunt, Ruiz held a hardcover encyclopedia in front of his chest while Perez leveled a .50 caliber gold-plated Desert Eagle pistol at him and pulled the trigger, believing that the encyclopedia would stop the bullet. Of course, the hardcover book did not provide protection, and Ruiz was killed.

>The couple arranged a GoPro camera on the trunk of a car in their front yard on Monday evening and then performed the stunt which led to the death of Ruiz. Perez called emergency services at 6:30 PM to report the shooting, Ruiz was pronounced dead at the scene.

>According to YouTube videos posted by the couple, they have a 3-year-old daughter together, and Perez is pregnant with their second child. Perez told Ruiz in the couples last YouTube video, “Imagine when we have 300,000 subscribers. They’ll be like, ‘Oh my god, hi!’” Ruiz responded, “I told them the bigger we get, I’ll be throwing parties. It’s a small town, why not?”

Imperium News

Huffington Post: Foreign Food Odors Can Cause Anti-Immigrant Smell-Shaming


>If the country of South Korea has a national dish it is kimchi. While the fermented veggie dish has an unforgettable taste it also has an undeniable odor, especially to western noses. Now Korean scientists are looking for ways to make kimchi smell less pungent and purists are furious.

>Huffington Post is so riled at the effort that it has made kimchi into a new category of social justice activism by insisting that evil westerners are “smell-shaming” immigrants for their various types of exotic food. For HuffPo, Carla Herreria histrionically insists, “It’s another reminder that traditional Asian foods are viewed as a source of shame that immigrants must hide or adapt to be accepted.”

Jews News

Gay Porn Kingpin Compares Anti-Israel ‘Dyke March’ Organizers to Nazis


>“One of the first things the Nazis did was claim that Jews were a threat, and exclude them from participating in public events and gatherings,” Lucas stated. “Eventually they required Jews to wear the Star of David on their clothing, the ultimate symbol of the persecution of the Jews.”

>The Facebook page for Dyke March Chicago explained the women were asked to leave the rally “after they repeatedly expressed support for Zionism during conversations with Chicago Dyke March Collective members.”

Iran Uses Star Of David As Missile Test Target


>Iran recently used a Star of David as a target for a ballistic missile test, Israel’s envoy to the UN said Wednesday, releasing satellite images of the site to the United Nations Security Council.

>“This use of the Star of David as target practice is hateful and unacceptable,” Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said to the Council. “It is the Iranians who prop up the Assad regime as hundreds of thousands are killed, finance the terrorists of Hezbollah as they threaten the citizens of Israel, and support extremists and tyrants throughout the Middle East and around the world,” he added.

>A grainy image shows the Jewish symbol and next to it an impact crater can be seen.

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>shit/pol/ aka brit/pol/ splinters off into yet another board

>entire board is dedicated to one single topic

>but all the threads are named like they're still generals on another, superior board

>lock every thread at completion yet still feel the need to link to the only non-locked thread in existence when a new thread is made

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/newbrit/politics #234: Men of Troy Edition

For an end to gayism

Hillsborough families hail 'the beginning of the end' in their 28-year struggle for justice


>The families of the Hillsborough victims last night hailed the “beginning of the end” in their 28-year struggle for justice following the decision to prosecute the match day police commander over 95 deaths.

>Five other people were also charged with offences surrounding the deaths of Liverpool fans at Hillsborough stadium on April 15, 1989.

No final Grenfell Tower death toll this year, police say


>The final Grenfell Tower fire toll will not be known until at least the end of the year, with 80 people currently presumed dead, police have said.

>Most of those who died in the 14 June blaze were said to be in 23 of the North Kensington building's 129 flats.

Study: Traditional Views on Same Sex Marriage, Abortion, Pornography in Britain Rapidly Diminishing


>British people, especially Christians, are increasingly more accepting of same-sex marriage, abortion, pornography, and sex before marriage.

>Conducted in 2016, the latest edition of the British Social Attitudes survey found acceptance of same-sex relationships has increased particularly rapidly in the last four years, especially amongst Christians.

>A strong majority of the UK public, 64 per cent, now say same-sex relationships are “not wrong at all”, up from 57 per cent in 2013 – the year before gay marriage became legal.

>On sex before marriage, three-quarters of Brits say it is “not wrong at all”, up dramatically from 42 per cent when the question was first asked in 1983.

>A further 70 per cent per cent said an abortion should be allowed if a woman does not want the child or if a couple cannot afford any more children.

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/newbrit/politics #233: British Weather Edition

Rees-Mogg Slams ‘Colonial’ EU Plan to Keep Court Power in UK After Brexit


Theresa May: Families of 3 Million EU Migrants in UK Can Settle After Brexit


British Medical Association Votes to Decriminalise Abortion After 24 Weeks


Government Fails Jewish School Over Lack of ‘Correct’ LGBT Teaching


Returning Islamic State Fighters Given ‘Protected Identities’ To Start New Lives in Europe


Female Migrant Shelter Employees Faces Prison for Sex with ‘Refugee Children’


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/newbrit/politics #232: Arachnophobia Alimony Edition

DUP Triumphant: Tories Forced to Protect Pensions Triple Lock and Commit to Armed Forces Covenant


Brexit Negotiations: Government Wants Powers to Deport EU Criminals Protected By Free Movement Rules


Britain Would Vote to Leave EU Again One Year After Referendum


Norwegians Collect Money to Fix Penis-Shaped Rock Formation


PICS: Royal Navy Launches First Ever Supercarrier, Largest Ever Warship


VIDEO: Black Lives Matter Riots in London, Police Attacked, Fires Lit


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/newbrit/politics #231: Bomber Stalin Do It Again Edition

Another Holodomor when?

Newcastle Eid celebration: Six hurt as car hits crowd


>Six people, including three children, were injured when a car mounted a kerb and ploughed into a crowd of people outside a sports centre in Newcastle.

>It happened outside Westgate Sports Centre where an event was taking place to celebrate the end of Ramadan.

>Two children are in intensive care and one adult is seriously injured.

>Northumbria Police said the incident was not believed to be terrorism-related. A 42-year-old woman was arrested and is in custody.

Jeremy Corbyn calls for unity in Glastonbury speech


>Labour leader urges Donald Trump to build ‘bridges not walls’ while addressing huge Pyramid Stage crowd, while telling the Guardian it was his campaign’s spirit of hope that chimed with young voters

Theresa May serves up a weak and nasty queen's speech


>Hundreds protested against Theresa May’s queen’s speech at Parliament Square last night, Wednesday.

>Chants of “May must go” and “Justice for Grenfell” rang out from the young and angry crowd.

>Maliha, a protestor, told Socialist Worker, “We're here to tell Theresa May she does not have a mandate and that we don't want a Conservative government.”

>Around 200 people then marched on Downing Street and back, blocking traffic along the way.

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/newbrit/politics #230 - Smashing the Capitalist Thread Monopoly Edition

Exclusive: More than 40 convicted terrorists have used human rights laws to remain in UK


AntiFa, EDL, and ‘Football Lads Alliance’ Protesters Descend on London


Tower blocks evacuated as precaution


Corbyn at Glasto


Parliament hit by cyber attack


Ministers want Hammond for PM


Increased risk for autism when genetic variation and air pollution meet


More than 2 billion people overweight or obese, new study finds


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/newbrit/politics #229: Independence Day Edition

Independence Day: Remembering the Brexit Vote One Year on


London Pride Surrounded by Concrete Road Blocks After ‘Attacks on Our Way of Life’


Vince Cable Plots Against Brexit with Tory Remainers


Macron Accuses Countries Resisting Mass Immigration of ‘Betraying’ the EU


Turkey Slams German Mosque Bringing Men, Women and Gays Together as ‘Incompatible’ with Islam


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/newbrit/politics #228: Brexit Eve Edition

Ready for Rees-Mogg: Brexiteers Back Trad Tory for PM


DUP Broke off Talks With Tories for 36 Hours, Demand £2 Billion for Northern Ireland


BBC Forced to Apologise After Islamist Called Maajid Nawaz, Douglas Murray ‘Hate Preachers’ Live on Air


Migrant Who Frequently Visited Kindergarten May Have Given Children Tuberculosis


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/newbrit/politics #227: Lioness of Damascus Edition

Assad best waifu tbh lads

Queen's Speech: Brexit bills dominate government agenda


>A host of proposed new laws designed to prepare the UK for a "smooth and orderly" departure from the EU have been announced in the Queen's Speech.

>Of 27 bills, eight relate to Brexit and its impact on immigration, trade and sectors such as fisheries and farming.

London fire: Flats acquired for Grenfell Tower survivors


>Sixty-eight social housing flats in Kensington, London, are to be made available to survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire, the government has said.

>The one, two and three-bedroom flats are located in two blocks that stand alongside a large luxury development, where private homes go for up to £8.5m.

PICS: Communists, Open Borders Activists ‘Hijack’ Grenfell Grief to ‘Bring Down Terrorist Government’


>Hundreds of open borders and revolutionary Communist activists have marched on Parliament, demanding the “terrorist” Theresa May and her Tory government is “brought down” and Jeremy Corbyn installed in power.

>The march became increasingly aggressive as it neared Westminister, where an arrest was made, and comes after the leadership of the Labour Party said they needed “every union mobilised” and for a million people to “get out on the streets” to overthrow the government.

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/newbrit/politics #226 - Tory Cutbacks Edition

It's still TOO HOT and the news is TOO BORING to make a longer OP today, sorry lads.

Man With ‘Explosives Belt’ Shot By Brussels Police, Explosions at Central Station


>Reports claim that there have been explosions at the main railway station in Brussels and that police have ordered people to evacuate the building.

>UKIP MEP David Coburn, who was in the vicinity of the railway station as the incident took place, said he saw people running away “with look of terror on their faces.”

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/newbrit/politics #225 - IT'S HOT Edition

It's TOO HOT to make a better OP tbh and I can't be bothered to collect all the Finsbury Park articles so here's Brexit news instead.

Brexit Talks Begin on Time, Aiming for ‘Deal Like No Other in History’


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/newbrit/politics #224 - 0.5x A Presses Edition

Government Announces Two-Year Parliament To Deal With Brexit Legislation


>The volume and complexity of legislation that will need to be debated and passed by Britain’s House of Commons has been cited as the justification for the government calling a two-year Parliament, to start sitting Wednesday.

>The change means the new Parliament won’t break in the summer, giving significantly more time for committees to work, legislation to be scrutinised, and votes taken. The decision, taken by the Prime Minister, also means there won’t be a Queen’s speech in 2018, and that the next one won’t take place until after the projected date for Brexit in Summer 2019.

>Critics have pointed out cancelling next year’s Queen’s speech will also take away an opportunity for opposition MPs to vote against the government’s programme — successfully doing so would topple the government and possibly precipitate another election.

As Macron Says UK Could Still Stay in EU, David Davis Tells Eurocrats: ‘Be In No Doubt, We Are Leaving’


>David Davis, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, has told eurocrats to “be in no doubt” that Britain is leaving the bloc.

>The Brexit secretary’s comments come as formal negotiations between the United Kingdom and the EU are set to commence, and shortly after EU leaders such as French president Emmanuel Macron have attempted to encourage Remain campaign diehards by saying “the door is always open” to staying.

German Government Holds Out Hope For ‘Soft Brexit’


>Germany’s foreign minister says there may now be a chance of a “soft” British exit from the European Union that keeps the U.K. in the bloc’s single market, but is warning that Britain couldn’t pick and choose its conditions.

>Brexit negotiations start on Monday, with question marks over Britain’s approach after Prime Minister Theresa May lost her parliamentary majority in an election meant to strengthen her hand in the talks.

>German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel told Sunday’s Welt am Sonntag newspaper that “maybe there is now a chance to achieve a so-called ‘soft Brexit.'” But he said staying in the single market would require Britain to accept EU workers’ freedom of movement.

London Tower Fire: 58 Confirmed or Presumed Dead, Identification ‘Will Take Weeks’


>London police on Saturday raised to 58 the number of deaths either confirmed or presumed following the horrific inferno that turned the city’s Grenfell Tower public housing block into a charred hulk.

>Police Commander Stuart Cundy said the number of 58 is based on reports from the public and may rise. It includes 30 deaths that already have been confirmed, and reports of people who are missing and presumed to have been killed. He says it will take weeks or longer to recover and identify all the dead at the building.

Poll: Europeans Want National Governments, Not EU, to Decide Migration Policies


>People in Europe overwhelmingly oppose the European Union’s (EU) handling of the migrant crisis, and want national governments to have final say over their countries’ migration policies, according to a new survey.

>U.S. pollster the Pew Research Centre found three quarters of respondents said they want their own governments to make decisions on migration of non-EU citizens into their countries.

Teen Stabbed, Throat Slashed on Busy London High Street


>A young man was stabbed and had his throat slit in front of horrified shoppers on a busy west London street Friday afternoon. No arrests have been made so far.

>Southall Broadway was sealed off by police officers after being called at 12.20pm to the scene of the stabbing.

>The teenaged male victim was quickly given first aid, then rushed to hospital by air ambulance. His injuries were later confirmed by the police not to have been life-threatening, the Evening Standard has reported.

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/newbrit/politics #223 - Cheap and Cheerful Emergency Edition

Far Left Co-Opts Grenfell Tower Tragedy to ‘Bring Down Government’ with Foreign Cash


Poll: Europeans Want National Governments, Not EU, to Decide Migration Policies


Swedish Police Attacked By 100 Masked Migrant Youths


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/newbrit/politics #222 - do your utmost to please me edition

fufufu you so slow you can't make thed as fast as i anon!

All things Grenfell Tower

Syrian Refugee fled war to die in London


>The first victim of the horrific Grenfell fire has reportedly been named as Mohammad Al-Haj Ali – a Syrian refugee who came to Britain to seek a “better life”.

>A friend of the victim, who was studying Civil Engineering at the University of the West of London, said he lived on the 14th floor of the 24-storey west London tower block.

>The 24-year-old sought to follow his brother Omar, who is currently being treated in hospital, down the stairs of the burning building but was besieged by billows of smoke.

>He is said to have been trapped on the floor for two hours while hundreds of firefighters sought to rescue residents but failed to reach above the 13th floor.

As London fire death toll rises, so does anger


you know what surprises me the most lads? that after such fire the building still stands with no danger of falling down à la 9/11

>LONDON – London's Metropolitan Police said Friday that the confirmed death toll from the devastating fire that tore through an apartment building earlier in the week had reached 30, but warned it was expected to climb still further.

>Police commander Stuart Cundy said all fires inside the building were out, and that inspectors where working in the location where the deadly blaze is believed to have started. He said there was no immediate evidence to suggest it had been started deliberately.

Angry protesters stage sit-in at Kensington Town Hall, demanding answers


>Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the Kensington Town Hall, asking for justice in aftermath of the Grenfell Tower blaze.

>Their chief demand is that victims are rehomed within the borough, and they have asked for funds to be given to those who lost their homes and belongings in the fire.

>There were shouts of "we want an inquest" and "we want justice" as the Radical Housing Network staged a rally outside the hall.

'London fire: Queen and Prince William visit Grenfell Tower centre


>The Queen and Prince William visited a relief centre for Grenfell Tower fire victims, while the missing could number as many as 76, the BBC understands.

Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl dead at 87


>Former German chancellor Helmut Kohl, a colossus of contemporary European history who was celebrated as the father of German reunification and an architect of European integration, died Friday at the age of 87, Bild daily reported.

>Germany's longest serving post-war leader died in his house in Ludwigshafen, in the western state of Rhineland-Palatinate, said the newspaper, whose management had close ties with the conservative politician.

NornIron's women can't access free Abortions in England supreme court rules


>The U.K. Supreme Court has denied Northern Ireland’s women the right to access free abortions under Britain's publicly owned health care system (National Health Service, or NHS) in England with a majority of three to two.

>The mother and daughter who brought the case spent £900 ($1,150) in 2012 for the 15-year-old girl to have an abortion in a private clinic in England, as their native Northern Ireland allows abortion only in cases of a severe risk to the mother’s physical or mental health.

>The women had appealed to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to allow Northern Irish residents to access services provided by the state under the NHS in England, and argued it was unlawful not to do so.

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/newbrit/politics #221 - Taigperium II Edition

Top French Right-Winger Left Unconscious After Campaign Clash


>A top candidate for France’s right-wing Republicans, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, was left unconscious Thursday after a clash with a protestor while out campaigning for this weekend’s legislative elections in Paris.

>Kosciusko-Morizet, widely known by her initials NKM, was insulted by a man while visiting a market in central Paris and then lost her balance when he tried to throw her campaign leaflets in her face, an AFP journalist at the scene said.

>After falling, she blacked out for several minutes possibly after hitting her head, before being revived by emergency services.

Scabies Cases Drastically Rising Amongst Migrants on Paris Streets


>NGOs working with migrants on the streets of Paris have warned that cases of scabies are on the rise, claiming there are well over a hundred cases so far.

>The scabies skin infection is becoming more and more common amongst migrants living on the streets of the French capital. The infection, which is caused by mites and causes scabs and itching on the skin, has been seen 157 times by the reception centre at Porte De Le Chapelle since November 2016, L’Express reports.

>Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have also confirmed seeing 164 scabies infection cases since the end of December.

Judges Rule it Would ‘Not Be Fair’ to Deport Paedophile Refugee


>Paedophile refugee Wilfred Mosira will not be deported to his native Zimbabwe despite being in no danger there because it would “not be fair”, according to judges at the Court of Appeal.

Norwegian Officials Deny ‘No Go Zones’ in Migrant Suburb Despite Weeks of Arson, Attacks on Police


>Oslo city representatives have blamed three weeks of arson and violence against police by “youths” in the migrant-dominated Norwegian suburb of Stovner on young people feeling “rootless and restless”.

>District Director Elf Humborstad Sørland told Norwegian broadcaster NRK: “There is a general problem that many young people are out too late in the evenings.”

Former Czech President: A Czech Exit from the EU Is Better than Forced Multiculturalism


>Iconic former President Vaclav Klaus has said it is wrong to force the Czech Republic to become multicultural, arguing the only way to save the country is to leave the European Union (EU).

>“The time has come to prepare our country to withdraw from the EU,” he said in a statement on Tuesday, declaring a Czech exit from the bloc to be “the only way we can fulfill our obligation of maintaining, saving, and passing on to future generations our country that we inherited from our ancestors”.

>The statement by Klaus condemned the EU’s decision to launch proceedings against nations refusing to welcome third world migrants in a quota “dictated by Brussels”, calling for the proceedings to be contested “both in principle and vociferously”.

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/newbrit/politics #220 - Taigperium Edition

Radical Bernie Sanders Supporter Shoots Republican Politician


>Shooter identified as James T. Hodgkinson from Illinois.

>An acquaintance of Hodgkinson recounts how the pair campaigned for Bernie.

>According to his wife, Hodgkinson has been living at the shooting location of Alexandria, Virginia for two months.

>Hodgkinson’s hometown paper, the Belleville News-Democrat, says the shooting suspect “belongs to a number of anti-Republican groups.”

>A Facebook group called “Terminate the Republican Party” seemingly celebrates Wednesday’s assault. The Belleville News-Democrat reported that Hodgkinson belonged to this group.

Bernie Boomer Death Squads.

Pollster: UK Youth Vote Overstated?


>The widely circulated claim there was a 72 per cent turnout amongst young voters last week has been debunked by the first major survey on the demographics of who voted in the general election.

>However, the YouGov survey did reveal age, instead of class, to be the new “key predictor of voting intentions in UK politics”, with the young much more likely to back Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party than older people.

>According to the study, turnout was 57 per cent amongst 18 to 19-year-olds and 59 per cent for 20 to 25-year-olds. This means it was 14 per cent lower than early “estimates” of 72 per cent.

Poland, Czech Rep. Slam Forced Migration Plan as EU Imposes Sanctions


>Poland and the Czech Republic have slammed the European Union’s (EU) decision to ‘sanction’ them for rejecting compulsory migrant quotas, with the latter citing “security” issues and promising to defend the right to reject migrants.

>Rafal Bochenek, a spokesman for the conservative Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło, said the Polish leadership does not agree with the unelected Commission’s decision, reiterating the argument that forced relocation is not a good solution to the migrant crisis.

>Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka was even more blunt, insisting his country will not change its view of the forced migrant relocation plan.

Ramadan Rage: Muslim Who Ran Down Five Men with His Van Praised as ‘Good Family Man’ by Judge


>A judge at Leicester Crown Court praised a van driver who deliberately mounted a pavement and ran down five men during Ramadan as “a good family man” who was behaving “completely out of character”.

>According to a court report in the Daily Mirror newspaper, 26-year-old Lugman Aslam, of Warren View, Leicester, had gotten into a physical altercation with the men after backing his van into one of them, during which he alleged he was racially abused.

>Recorder (circuit judge) Justin Wigoder described how, following this incident, a vengeful Aslam returned to his van, mounted the pavement and ploughed through the group, in order to “get [his] own back”.

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/newbrit/politics #219 - Unbiased Honest Russian News Edition

ahhhhhh sorry lads this will be the last thred I do I swear

In the news today

Corbyn’s vote-winning anti-austerity agenda killed the Tory manifesto


Prime Minister Theresa May has apologized to Tory MPs for the humiliating general election result. In order to win back support among voters, she says the Conservatives’ much-hated austerity program will be scrapped.

Since being elected into government in 2010, the Conservative Party has followed a policy of fiscal belt-tightening by way of implementing cuts to welfare services, education and the National Health Service (NHS), and by imposing pay freezes on public sector workers.

Female officer & 2 people injured in Munich shooting, suspect detained (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)


A female police officer sustained a “life-threatening head injury” and two more people were lightly injured in a shootout at a train station in Munich, Germany. The suspect, also injured, has been detained.

According to a police statement, officers have been called in to the station over reports of a brawl on a commuter train. Upon arrival, police had an argument with one of the persons involved in the brawl, who “according to the preliminary information pushed one of the officers on to the tracks.”

US nurtured Al-Qaeda & supported terrorists in Chechnya – Putin


The US is to blame for the rise of Al-Qaeda and its late mastermind Osama bin Laden, which it empowered to fight Soviet troops in Afghanistan, Vladimir Putin told Oliver Stone. Putin also said there is proof the CIA supported terrorists in Russia’s Chechnya.

EU growing ‘impatient’ with Britain, says Brexit negotiator Verhofstadt


The European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, says EU officials are growing “impatient” with the British government, as they wait for its negotiating position following last week’s snap election.

In a tweet, Verhofstadt said the “current uncertainty cannot continue” after the UK’s June 8 general election resulted in a hung parliament and left Prime Minister Theresa May scrambling to form a minority government propped up by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

what fucking uncertainty you yid

Did Qatar’s cash force Boris Johnson to intervene in Gulf crisis?


Boris Johnson has intervened in the Gulf crisis, which has seen major Arab states boycott and blockade Qatar over alleged terrorist sponsorship. Could the UK’s sudden interest have anything to do with Qatar’s multi-billion dollar UK investments?

Keep your enemies closer? Corbyn critics may return to shadow cabinet


Labour backbenchers think Jeremy Corbyn should reappoint his shadow cabinet in the wake of the party’s stellar election performance. But with many former critics now wanting a job, will the zero-to-hero Labour leader be forgiving and look to them instead?

In unprecedented Westminster scenes, former Labour big hitters like Yvette Cooper, Chuka Umunna and Angela Eagle have suggested they could return to the front benches, if their former nemesis agreed to take them back.

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/newbrit/politics #218 - DON'T Edition

Britain’s political outlook seems toxic to investors

The combination of a weak Conservative prime minister and the potential for a Corbyn government does not look attractive


>SUDDENLY Britain looks a lot less attractive as a home for international investors. The Conservative party under Theresa May gambled on a snap election to deliver a "mandate for Brexit". It unveiled a muddled manifesto that alienated voters and was out-campaigned by the veteran left-winger Jeremy Corbyn. The party lost its overall majority and will now be propped up by the very odd ducks in Ulster's Democratic Unionist party.

British PM May tells lawmakers she'll stay as long as they want her


>Britain's Theresa May told her party on Monday she would serve as prime minister as long as they wanted after a botched election gamble cost the party its majority in parliament and weakened London's hand days before formal Brexit negotiations.

>With British politics thrust into the deepest turmoil since last June's shock Brexit vote, EU leaders were left wondering how the divorce talks would open next week.

>Despite her party's expectations of a landslide victory, May lost her majority in parliament, pushing her into rushed talks on a support agreement with a small eurosceptic Northern Irish Protestant party with 10 parliamentary seats.

Britain is among worst in the world for alien invaders, survey finds


>The UK is among the worst countries in the world for invasions of alien animals and plants, a new global study has found.

>Grey squirrels, Indian rose-ringed parakeets, and an abundance Himalayan balsam weeds puts Britain in the top 10 per cent of alien-harbouring areas.

>Experts have called for tougher import controls amid fears that new invaders could ruin domestic ecosystems.

96% drop in EU nurses registering to work in Britain since Brexit vote

Official figures show 46 nurses came to work in the UK in April, down from 1,304 last July


>The number of nurses from the EU registering to work in the UK has dropped by 96% less than a year after the Brexit vote, official figures show.

>Last July, 1,304 EU nurses came to work in the UK; this fell to just 46 in April, Nursery and Midwifery Council (NMC) statistics show.

>The Health Foundation, which obtained the figures via a freedom of information request, said there was a shortage of 30,000 nurses in England alone, adding that the NHS could not afford such a drop.

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/newbrit/politics #217 - It Can't Come Quickly Enough Edition


Donald Trump: 'No change' to UK state visit plans, says No 10


>Downing Street says there has been "no change" to plans for a UK state visit by US President Donald Trump, amid reports the trip could be delayed.

>It comes after the Guardian reported Mr Trump called Prime Minister Theresa May to say he did not want to visit until he had support from the British public.

>He was invited for the state visit by the Queen.

Reshuffle: Theresa May promotes ally Damian Green to key role


>Damian Green is the big winner so far as Theresa May seeks to shore up her authority in a post-election reshuffle.

>The work and pensions secretary - a friend and ally of the PM - has been made First Secretary of State, effectively her second in command.

>Most other ministers have kept their roles - but Liz Truss is moved from justice to chief treasury secretary.

>Commons leader David Liddington takes over as justice secretary and Lord Chancellor.

General election 2017: Fallon defends DUP government 'deal'


>A Conservative deal with the Democratic Unionist Party would only apply to "big issues" like the economy and security, the defence secretary has said.

>Michael Fallon said the parties were seeking an agreement - which would not be a formal coalition - to keep a minority Tory government in power.

>Speaking to Andrew Marr, Sir Michael also distanced himself from the DUP's conservative stance on social issues.

>"It doesn't mean we now agree with all their views," he said.

EU threatens year-long delay in Brexit talks over UK's negotiating stance


haven't heard that one before

>Theresa May is to be told the EU will take a year to draft a new mandate for its chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, effectively killing the Brexit negotiations, if she insists on discussing a future trade relationship at the same time as the UK’s divorce bill.

>In a sign of growing impatience with the shambolic state of the British side of the talks, senior EU sources said that if London insisted on talking about a free trade deal before the issues of its divorce bill, citizens rights and the border in Ireland were sufficiently resolved, it would be met with a blunt response.

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/newbrit/politics #216 - Land of No Surrender Edition

Clinging On To Her Job, Britain’s May Appoints New Ministers


>Beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May was working to fill out the ranks of her minority government Saturday after an election that proved disastrous for her Conservative Party and complicating for Britain’s exit from the European Union.

>The DUP whose 10 seats would allow the government to get measures through Parliament, is a socially conservative pro-British Protestant group that opposes abortion and same-sex marriage and includes both environmentalists and climate-change deniers among its senior ranks.

>Northern Ireland is the only part of the U.K. in which same-sex marriage is illegal.

Met Police Chief: Attack Victims Show Off Diversity Which Makes London So Great


>The commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police has said that the range of nationalities of the victims of last week’s terror attack on London Bridge proudly showcases the diverse cultural makeup of the city.

>“It’s desperately sad and poignant but among those who died is someone who’s British, there are French, Australian, Canadian, Spanish,” Cressida Dick told The Associated Press in an interview Saturday.

>“In terms of our witnesses that we’ve spoken to so far, out of the 300-odd people, there are about 20 different countries of origin. And the London British population comes from all kinds of backgrounds and every kind of faith and ethnicity.”

Pope Francis Praises Italian President for Generosity in Welcoming Migrants


In a meeting with Italian President Sergio Mattarella Saturday, Pope Francis praised Italy’s generosity in welcoming the “numerous refugees that land on its shores.”

>He was pleased to note how Italy, “with the active generosity of its citizens and the commitment of its institutions, and drawing on its abundant spiritual resources, has risen to the occasion to transform these challenges into opportunities for growth.”

>Further proof is Italy’s “significant commitment in the international sphere to foster peace, maintain security and bring about cooperation among nations.”

Scottish Tory Leader: ‘LGBTI Rights More Important than Conservative Party’


>The leader of the Scottish Conservatives has said her commitment to “LGBTI rights” is more important to her than the Conservative party.

>Ruth Davidson says she has spoken to Theresa May about her concerns over a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) following Thursday’s general election, and won assurances that gay marriage in Britain will not be compromised.

>The DUP, who are based in Northern Ireland, take a conservative view of gay marriage and abortion.

Globalist Internet Regulation Agenda Suffers Setback in Britain


>One silver lining for British libertarians following the U.K. general election, which saw Labour’s hard left leader Jeremy Corbyn come within spitting distance of Downing Street, is that Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for internet censorship might now be harder to achieve.

>May announced her plans prior to the election, following the latest massacre of civilians by Muslim terrorists in London, the third major attack to be carried out in the country this year. Before the bodies at London Bridge were cold, May was announcing that she would strike international agreements to ensure terrorists have no “safe spaces” online.

>Using terrorist attacks to curb civil liberties and extend government control of the web is a favorite tactic of globalist politicians. Before Theresa May there was Tony Blair, whose Labour government introduced 90-day pre-trial detentions and gave security agencies the power to monitor private internet communications and hack into smartphones. Even before 9/11 and the War on Terror, Blair’s government wanted to give more powers to the police to snoop on private data.

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/newbrit/politics #215 - Anti-Miscegenation Edition

UK Snap Election Results


Results as they stand - 647 of 650 seats in

Conservatives - 316 (-12)

Labour - 261 (+29)

Scottish National Party - 35 (-21)

Liberal Democrats - 12 (+4)

Democratic Unionist Party - 10 (+2)

Other - 13 (-2)

Clegg, Salmond lose their seats.

Farage returns…

>Asked by Andrew Neil whether a Britain needing UKIP means a return to party leadership for Mr. Farage, the Brexit campaigner said: “If my worst fears are confirmed - if we don’t get the kind of Brexit I wanted and that people voted for - then I would have no choice than to involve myself again with full-time campaigning.”

Hardline Northern Irish conservatives likely coalition partners…

>Conservative sources have told LBC's political editor that Theresa May "has every intention of forming a Government with the DUP". The Democratic Unionist Party are a Protestant, conservative party which supports Brexit and grammar schools. Sources have told Sky News's Beth Rigby that the DUP have confirmed there are "constant talks" between the DUP and Theresa May's team.

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/newbrit/politics #214 - Ulster Saves The Union Edition

UK Snap Election Results


Results as they stand - 647 of 650 seats in

Conservatives - 316 (-12)

Labour - 261 (+29)

Scottish National Party - 35 (-21)

Liberal Democrats - 12 (+4)

Democratic Unionist Party - 10 (+2)

Other - 13 (-2)

Clegg, Salmond lose their seats.

Farage returns…

>Asked by Andrew Neil whether a Britain needing UKIP means a return to party leadership for Mr. Farage, the Brexit campaigner said: “If my worst fears are confirmed - if we don’t get the kind of Brexit I wanted and that people voted for - then I would have no choice than to involve myself again with full-time campaigning.”

Hardline Northern Irish conservatives likely coalition partners…

>Conservative sources have told LBC's political editor that Theresa May "has every intention of forming a Government with the DUP". The Democratic Unionist Party are a Protestant, conservative party which supports Brexit and grammar schools. Sources have told Sky News's Beth Rigby that the DUP have confirmed there are "constant talks" between the DUP and Theresa May's team.

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/newbrit/politics #213 - Election Night Edition

London Man Arrested After Shouting ‘Allah, Allah’ and ‘I’m Going to Kill You All’


>A man has been arrested after roaming the streets of Stamford Hill in north London while shouting “Allah, Allah” and “I’m Going to Kill You All” at passers-by. He was sectioned under the Mental Health Act after being questioned by police.

>Volunteers with the North East London Shomrim, a Jewish neighbourhood watch organisation, raised the alarm: ‘Shomrim followed a man in Stamford Hill shouting “Allah, Allah” and “I’m going to kill you all” their Tweet said.

Tory Election Posters Defaced with Swastika


>A Conservative election board defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti is one of a number which has had to be replaced in Richmond, West London, in the days leading up to the election.

>A picture of the board, daubed with a large swastika, was posted to Facebook by Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative candidate in the constituency on Monday. He added the comment: “Lots of you have emailed me about defaced posters in the last few days. We will make sure to replace all of them. You know you’ve lost the argument if you have to resort to stuff like this.”

Jewish Community Leader Accused of Inciting Hatred for Op-Ed Urging Muslims to Rally Against Terror


>Board of Deputies of British Jews president Jonathan Arkush has been slammed for “fanning the flames of inter-community hatred” against Muslims in Britain following the London Bridge terror attack.

>Almost 100 Jews from across the community signed an open letter accusing the Board of Deputies chief of contributing to “the atmosphere of anti-Muslim sentiment in the UK” after he penned an opinion piece calling on Britain’s Muslim community to “stand up and be counted” against terror.

Outrage as Saudi Soccer Team Refuse to Stand in Silence for London Attack Victims


>The Saudi Arabian football team has refused to line up and respect a silence held to remember the victims of the London Bridge attack, claiming “it is not in keeping with our culture”.

>The team was preparing to play Australia on Thursday morning, and as two Australian women had died in the Islamist attack last weekend, there was a minute’s silence planned in their honour.

London Police Close Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross Road, ‘Specialist Officers’ Deployed


>Parts of London’s most iconic square and neighbouring streets and stations have been closed to the public Thursday afternoon as police responded to a “suspicious item”.

>Metropolitan Police have confirmed the item, after inspection, was found to be non-suspicious and that there were no casualties in the incident.

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/newbrit/politics #212 - Weary Travelers Edition

US Embassy London: Controlled Explosion on Unattended Vehicles


>Police have carried out a controlled explosion outside the new United States Embassy in Wandsworth, London after concerns over two suspect unattended vehicles nearby.

>The new embassy, which is presently under construction, and the area around it has been placed on lockdown. Specialist officers and elements of the emergency services were deployed to the area and cordons established.

UKIP Calls for Britain to Ban the Hardline Islamist Muslim Brotherhood


>UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has called for the hardline Islamist Muslim Brotherhood to be proscribed as a terrorist organisation by the government and for its activities and related institutions to be investigated.

>“In 2015 the Government produced a review – the Jenkins review, that laid bare much of the problems with the organisation, but its recommendations were not strong enough,” Mr. Nuttall said in a press release, noting the Brotherhood “has been instrumental in promoting an extremist world view in the UK and beyond”.

London Cops Arrest Dozens for ‘Hate Crimes’ Since London Attack, But Mayor Says Police Can’t Afford to Track Jihadists


>The Metropolitan Police have arrested 25 people since Saturday’s terror attacks, using hate crime legislation to crack down on words and actions deemed either offensive, or which target people “because of their race, religion, sexual orientation” or disability.

>The news comes as London Mayor Sadiq Khan told Piers Morgan in an interview that London’s police did not have enough resources to monitor the jihadists returning to the United Kingdom from Syria and Iraq.

Islamic State Launches Ramadan War on Shiite Iran with Attack on Parliament, Ayatollah Shrine


>On Wednesday morning, the Islamic State carried out an unprecedented double terrorist attack on Iran’s Parliament building and the iconic shrine of the late founder of the Islamic Republic and leader of the 1979 revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leaving at least 12 people dead and 42 others injured.

EU Gave Notre Dame Hammer Attack Jihadi Award For Writing Pro-Immigration Articles in Sweden


>The ‘Islamic State-inspired’ Notre Dame hammer attacker was allegedly radicalised in Sweden and awarded a so-called “Journalist Prize Against Discrimination” by the European Union (EU) for writing pro-migrant articles during his time there.

>The Algerian suspected jihadist Farid Ikken, 40, was given the award in 2009 by the European Commission, the EU’s unelected executive branch, for a report about asylum seekers claiming healthcare in Sweden, Expressen reports.

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/newbrit/politics #211 - Surrounded By Green Voters Edition

‘This is for Syria!’: Police Shoot Algerian Hammer Attacker at Notre-Dame, Paris


>French police shot an Algerian man who reportedly attacked them while shouting “this is for Syria” outside the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. One officer is reported to have been injured in the incident.

Election 2017: Armed Police to Guard Polling Stations After London Attack


>Armed police are to be deployed to patrol polling stations Thursday, and exclusion zones to prevent voter intimidation are to be established in some areas when Britain votes to select their next government.

London Bridge Ringleader Attended Demo in Support of Lee Rigby Killer


>The ringleader of the London Bridge attack joined a demonstration led by notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary in support of Fusilier Lee Rigby’s killer, it has emerged.

Police Name Third London Bridge Killer as Moroccan-Italian Migrant, All 12 Suspects Released Without Charge


>London’s Metropolitan Police have named Youssef Zaghba as the third attacker, just hours after they announced the release all 12 suspects arrested in connection to Saturday’s terror attack at London Bridge.

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/newbrit/politics #210 - NWO Edition

London Terrorists Named: Known to Police, Born in Pakistan


>London police have named two of the three London Bridge attackers, confirming one as a known Islamist radical who appeared in a Channel 4 documentary.

>Khuram Shazad Butt, 27, from Barking, was a British citizen born in Pakistan. He was known to police and MI5, was under investigation since 2015, and was linked to notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary’s extremist network, as Breitbart reported Monday morning.

Theresa May: National Threat Level Remains at Severe — ‘A Terrorist Attack is Highly Likely’


>May said all three attackers in Saturday’s attack have been identified, and that when “progress in the investigation permits,” their names will be released. She said 11 individuals are being held in police custody, following the search of two premises.

FGM-Linked Muslim Sect Given First Chance to Lay Flowers at London Attack Vigil


>Thousands of Londoners gathered Monday in a park near London’s Tower Bridge to express grief over the deaths of those killed by radical Islamic terrorists on Saturday evening.

>The vigil, led by London mayor Sadiq Khan, saw a procession of Muslims given the opportunity to first, and separately, lay flowers at the scene.

Bavarian Study: Migrants Are Largely Patriarchal, Anti-Semitic and Religious (wtf i love migrants now)


>A new study of over 800 migrants in Bavaria shows a diversity of opinions and education among asylum seekers of different origins but a troubling trend of anti-Semitism and even some who see no problems with religious violence.

>The study of migrants from various countries was conducted by the Hanns Seidel Foundation in 2016 but has only just been released this week. The researchers spoke with 800 migrants in asylum homes across Bavaria and found large differences in education by country but found their attitudes toward women and Jews problematic, Oberbayerische Volksblatt reports.

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/newbrit/politics #209 - Brick Appeal Edition

London Attacker Known to Police, Allegedly Appeared on TV Jihad Show, Linked to Anjem Choudary


>One of the London Bridge attackers was allegedly a well-known Islamist, who appeared on Britain’s Channel 4 TV station, was reported to police, and can be linked to the network around notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary.

>Twelve people, including four women in niqabs and men in Islamic robes, were arrested in Barking yesterday after raids at a flat believed to be the home of one of the attackers. A 55-year-old man has been released without charge.

Net Widens in Search For Accomplices in London Bridge Attack


>Counterterrorism investigators searched two homes Monday and detained “a number” of people in the investigation into a van and knife attack in the heart of London that left seven people dead.

>The country’s major political parties temporarily suspended campaigning with only days to go before the general election. May said the vote would take place as scheduled Thursday because “violence can never be allowed to disrupt the democratic process.”

Former Cameron Right Hand Man: PM May ‘Responsible for Security Failures’ and Should Resign


>Steve Hilton, Director of Strategy for the Tory Party under former prime minister David Cameron, believes Theresa May “should be resigning not seeking re-election”.

>Hilton said it was “outrageous for Theresa May to stand outside No.10 and blame others whilst presiding over 3x security failures”.

Police Boss: Attacks Have ‘Domestic Centre of Gravity’, Won’t Reveal if Terrorists Were Known to Police


>London’s recently installed chief of Police Cressida Dick has said the three recent terror attacks to hit targets in the United Kingdom had a “domestic centre of gravity”, but refused to comment on how much police knew about the perpetrators before they struck.

>Speaking to the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme Monday, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick said officers had now identified the attackers — but refused to answer a question posed by the BBC host over whether the individuals had previously been known to police

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/newbrit/politics #208 - Broken Catalog Edition

Vanlad finally cracked.

‘Act of Terror’ as Van Hits Pedestrians in London Bridge, Stabbings, Multiple Injuries


>Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has confirmed that seven members of the public have died in addition to the 3 attackers, 48 people were injured and taken to hospital for treatment.

>The Labour Party, Conservatives, and SNP have confirmed they will be suspending campaigning.

>UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall confirms the party will not suspend national campaigning. In a press release released Sunday morning, Mr. Nuttall stated: “With more people murdered on the streets of our capital city last night by Islamist terrorists, it is more important than ever for us to confront this evil with the democratic principles that have made this country what it is.

London Bridge Terror Attack: ‘This is for Allah’, Seven Fatalities, 48 Casualties, Three Suspects Shot Dead by Police


Prior to Attack: Pro-ISIS Channel Urged Islamists to Use Trucks to ‘Kill the Civilians of the Crusaders’


>Prior to the June 3 London terror attacks a pro-ISIS channel sent out a meme urging Islamists touse trucks to “kill the civilians of the Crusaders.”

Donald Trump to London: U.S. Will Help, ‘We Are With You. God Bless’


>President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. will help London and the United Kingdom in any way possible in a tweet issued shortly after two new terror incidents hit London on Saturday night.

>Just hours earlier, Trump tweeted out his weekly address, in which he spoke of his first trip abroad as President of the United States and his talks with world leaders about fighting terrorism.

CNN Host Reza Aslan Calls Trump ‘Piece of Sh*t’ for Correctly Identifying London Terror Attack


>CNN host Reza Aslan attacked President Trump today for correctly identifying the London Bridge attack as an act of terror.

U.S. Officials Respond to London Bridge ‘Act of Terror’ Attack


>Soarin' Ted: "Terror strikes UK for third time in ten wks. We stand with Britain in the face of these despicable attacks."

>Robot Rubio: "Thoughts & prayers to those affected by attacks in London. The U.S stands united with the U.K."

>Cuck (((Schumer))): "My heart is with the people of London, the victims of this string of terrorist attacks, and their families. You are all in our prayers."

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/newbrit/politics #207 - Fake Russian News edition

Two Attackers Near London Bridge Shot Dead by Police - Reports

>Two attackers in tonight's terrorist attacks in the London Bridge area have been shot dead by armed police, according to local reports.

>The Sun newspaper is reporting that two individuals involved in the deadly terrorist attack tonight near London Bridge have been shot and killed by armed police.

>Details are still emerging about the attack, but it seems several individuals first drove a white van into a crowd of pedestrians near London Bridge, hitting some 20 people, according to witnesses. It is believed that men then ran from the van with knives, stabbing pedestrians and entering at least one nearby business to attack patrons and staff. Some witnesses report hearing the men shout that they were acting for Allah.


Part-and-Parcel Man Extends Condolences Following 2 Terror Incidents in City

>Sadiq Khan expressed condolences to the relatives of those affected by the two terror incidents.

>"The Metropolitan Police are responding to the horrific terrorist attack at London Bridge and Borough Market. My thoughts are with everyone affected… This was a deliberate and cowardly attack on innocent Londoners and visitors to our city enjoying their Saturday night. I condemn it in the strongest possible terms. There is no justification whatsoever for such barbaric acts," Khan posted on his official Twitter page.


Far-right march in Liverpool blocked by left-wingers, police arrest 12 after clashes

>Riot police had to step in to prevent violence in Liverpool, as left activists barred the far-right English Defence League (EDL) movement from holding a rally in the city’s center. At least 12 people were arrested amid clashes between the two groups.

>An EDL “National Demo” was scheduled to take place in the Liverpool city center at 1:30pm local time Saturday. A large number of riot vans, police officers, including mounted and canine units were deployed to the city center to prevent possible violence between far-right and far-left activists.


TV stations ditching election polls because they’re too unreliable

>British broadcasters have given up on polls ahead of the June 8 general election because they are a “waste of time.”

>The BBC, Sky News, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 have all ditched the habit of predicting election results, after the 20 point Conservative majority initially expected has shrunk to just three points in under two months.

>TV stations seem keen to avoid past mistakes, after polls failed to predict the Tories’ landslide victory in 2015, the Brexit referendum result and Donald Trump’s presidential victory.


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/newbrit/politics #206 - Miss Me Yet edition

Manchester attack: Manchester police find 'significant' car

>Police investigating the Manchester bombing have found a car they say may be "significant" to their inquiry.

>Officers evacuated an area of the city while they assess the white Nissan Micra in Rusholme and are asking people to avoid the Banff Road area.

>The BBC has also learned that bomber Salman Abedi visited a jailed British-Libyan convicted of terrorism offences in the months before the attack.

>Counter-terrorist police were aware of the visits but chose not to block them.


Trump climate agreement: Rest of world rallies around Paris deal

>China, the EU and India, which along with the US make up the four biggest emitters of carbon dioxide, have restated their commitment to the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change.

>Top EU official Donald Tusk said at a summit with China that Brussels and Beijing would step up co-operation.

>Mr Trump announced the US was leaving for economic reasons, saying the deal would cost American jobs.

>Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US would still curb emissions.

>Amid widespread international condemnation of the US decision, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would "not judge" Mr Trump.


Hillary Clinton told to 'move on' from her loss

>Hillary Clinton has been told it's time to "move on" after she added her own party officials to the list of those she blames for her 2016 election loss.

>Democratic Senator Al Franken told Yahoo News: "I think she has a right to analyse what happened, but we do have to move on."

>Mrs Clinton this week faulted Democratic National Committee (DNC) voter data as "mediocre to poor".

>She has also blamed the FBI, Russia and media.

>Minnesota Senator Franken said on Thursday: "We have to move on by proving we are the party that cares about a lot of the people who voted for Donald Trump."


ahhhhhh i miss him lads

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/newbrit/politics #205 - Slow & Steady Edition



>Nigel Farage is a “person of interest” in the US counter-intelligence investigation that is looking into possible collusion between the Kremlin and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Guardian has been told.

>Sources with knowledge of the investigation said the former Ukip leader had raised the interest of FBI investigators because of his relationships with individuals connected to both the Trump campaign and Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder whom Farage visited in March



>A growing number of radical Muslims are flocking to move from France to Britain, where generous welfare payments, lack of scrutiny from the authorities, and the ease with which families can practice strict Islam have earned the UK a reputation as a halal paradise for Salafists who are unable to secure visas for Saudi Arabia.

Ex-Sinn Féin councillor Dowdall jailed for waterboarding


>The victim, Alexander Hurley, had came to Jonathan Dowdall's Dublin home to buy a motorcycle in January 2015 when he was tortured.

>The attack was filmed on a mobile phone and played in court.

>Patrick Dowdall took out pliers and threatened to pull off the victim's fingers, starting with the smallest.

>The victim is heard pleading for his life as the Dowdalls threatened to chop him up and feed him to the dogs.

>He was tied with cable ties and told "one more twist and you're dead".

>The court heard that he was also told he was "stupid" to "mess with the IRA" and that Jonathan Dowdall was a good friend of the party's president Gerry Adams and his deputy, Mary Lou McDonald.

BBC election audience 'rigorously' selected - ComRes


UK Jewish Leaders Slam University Union’s Rejection of International Definition of Antisemitism


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/newbrit/politics #204 - Big Anglo Guns Edition

Poland Bows to EU, May Accept Syrian Migrants for Medical Care


>Poland’s foreign minister says the government is thinking of temporarily taking in Syrians who need medical treatment.

>The statement Tuesday by Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski was a significant, albeit cautious, change from the conservative government’s refusal to take in any migrants from the Middle East and Africa due to security concerns.

Feminists ‘Gallop’ Around Stockholm to Protest ‘Patriarchal’ Statues of Men on Horses


>A group of feminist performing artists ‘galloped’ seven kilometres through Stockholm past a number of the city’s statues on Saturday to protest “patriarchal” statues of men on horseback.

>The group ‘galloped’ past the Royal Palace, Humlegården, Royal Garden, and Gustav Adolf’s Square, pausing at statues, where participants “snorted”, kicked, and flicked their hair in an attempt to mimic equine behaviour.

Half of Migrant Children Who Arrive in Sweden After Age Seven Fail School Year at Age 16


>Migrant children who come to Sweden after the age of seven are drastically falling in Swedish school standards since 1998 with only half being able to pass in 2014.

>In the heavily migrant-populated city of Malmo in southern Sweden, where 42 per cent of the population have foreign backgrounds, 17 per cent of the teachers in the city quit last year to move elsewhere. Many, including the teachers’ union, have said some schools have become dangerous for teachers due to widespread violence and criminality.

Turkey Acquits Two Brothers Over Sister’s ‘Honour Killing’ in Germany


>A Turkish court on Tuesday acquitted two Turkish men who were charged with aiding and abetting their younger brother in the 2005 shooting death of their sister in Germany.

>Hatun Surucu, a 23-year-old divorced mother, was killed by three shots to the head in Berlin by her youngest brother in what prosecutors described as an “honor killing” meant to punish her for her Western lifestyle.

Battle Buses Still Play Driving Role in UK Election


>Despite the growing use of social media to reach voters, British election campaigns still revolve around leaders trundling across the country on “battle buses” to drive their message home.

>May’s battle bus tour has typically stopped at factories where she takes questions from workers.

>Farron’s was previously used by the English Premier League football team Crystal Palace.

>Corbyn launched Labour’s election campaign on May 9 in front of their vivid red battle bus. Journalists are unusually not allowed on his bus.

>But it has not been such easy motoring for UKIP leader Paul Nuttall, who had to scrap a day of campaigning after his purple battle bus was clipped by a truck, knocking off a wing mirror.

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/newbrit/politics #203: Fish and Chip Shops of Coastal Sussex Edition

EU businesses want Britain in their patents union

>Britain should join the EU’s patents union and stay in after Brexit, businesses on both sides of the Channel have demanded, arguing that the Unitary Patent system is helpful regardless of Britain’s status in or out of the EU.

>The UK has pushed hard for the system over the years, welcoming a way to slash red tape for companies, allowing them to apply for a patent in just one country rather than each of the 28 member states, and to get protection for their innovations across the EU.

>The British Chambers of Commerce and its EU counterpart Eurochambres have written to the UK’s business secretary Greg Clark to encourage him to push ahead with the plan.


Surge in demand for Irish passports in Britain

>Applications for Irish passports from people based in Britain are up by 70% this year, Ireland's ambassador to the UK has said.

>Dan Mulhall added applications for Irish citizenship through grandparents had also increased "quite dramatically" amidst a surge in applications after Brexit.

>People born in Northern Ireland have an automatic right to Irish citizenship, while British people with an Irish parent, or in certain circumstances an Irish grandparent, also have an automatic right to become Irish citizens.


PRITI TO COUNT UK AID PENNIES - Britain teaming up with Germany to demand radical changes on foreign aid spending

>BRITAIN is teaming up with Germany to demand radical changes to the way billions of pounds are spent on overseas aid, the Sun can reveal.

>Ministers are also working with Holland and Nordic nations as they prepare to lobby the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for rule changes to allow taxpayers’ cash to be invested in vital counter-terror work and disaster relief.

>Under the plans Britain would be able to use some of the £13billion aid budget to help states like Afghanistan beef up their intelligence networks.


Britain's young voters are angry, not apathetic

>Just over a year ago, 20-year-old Londoner Kismet Meyon was homeless. It was the second time she'd found herself without a roof over her head.

>Her boyfriend gave her a place to stay, but it prompted her to think about others left without homes: "What if I was someone who didn't have a boyfriend to go to?" she asks.

>Meyon had never been interested in politics before. But her brushes with homelessness convinced her that getting involved in politics was the best way to change society. Now she's working with other young people to influence the policies of London's mayor Sadiq Khan and she's studying for a degree in politics and international relations.


Brexit Britain: EU Citizens Fear the Future

>Two words hit Nikola Cugova where it hurts: "Go home." That phrase has been directed at the 37-year-old Czech national a lot since just over half of voters rejected keeping the U.K. in the European Union in last June's "Brexit" referendum.

>"I hear English people say, 'Now it's Brexit, we're leaving the EU, go home,'" said Cugova, who moved to the U.K. 13 years ago. "My children were small when they came here. My daughter doesn't speak Czech and knows nothing about the Czech Republic."

>Cugova lives in Margate, a struggling resort that voted strongly for Brexit and has experienced economic hardships similar to those faced by U.S. rust-belt areas that embraced Donald Trump.


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/newbrit/politics #202 -  Edition
















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/newbrit/politics #201 - Celtic Cross Edition

Merkel warns US, Britain no longer reliable partners


>Europe “must take its fate into its own hands” faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidency, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday.

>Special emphasis was needed on warm relations between Berlin and newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron, she said.

>The chancellor had just returned from a G7 summit which wound up Saturday without a deal between the US and the other six major advanced nations on upholding the 2015 Paris climate accords.

Britain ‘Warned in January’ by FBI Manchester Bomber Was Planning Attack on UK


>The FBI warned UK security chiefs that Manchester jihadi Salman Abedi was plotting an attack in Britain, an inside source has claimed.

>A U.S. investigation into the Manchester bomber’s links to terror groups in Libya brought the information to light, and U.S. security services placed Abedi on a watchlist identifying key terror suspects in 2016.

>The claim will pile more pressure on MI5 to reveal when they became aware of the Manchester bomber and why the British security agency failed to take further action.

Majority Think British Jihadi Fighters Should Be Blocked from Reentering UK


>More than half of those surveyed following the Manchester terror attack agree that British citizens who travel to Syria to fight with jihadist groups should not be allowed to return to Britain.

>When respondents were asked what should happen to “British citizens who have travelled to fight in Syria, Libya or other warzones and then seek to return to Britain”, 55 per cent agreed they should “be blocked from re-entering Britain”.

Armed Police Raid a Property in Moss Side, One Arrest in Old Trafford


>Armed police have carried out a fresh raid in the Moss Side area of Manchester whilst a twelfth suspect was arrested in Old Trafford.

>The Guardian reports armed officers have raided a property near Quantock Close and Selworth Road in Moss Side shortly before 2 pm on Sunday in connection to the Manchester Arena terror attack. A dog unit was at the scene, and roads have been closed off in the surrounding area.

>Residents reported hearing the explosion at 1 pm, and it is alleged that the family who live in the raided house are Libyan.

Leaked Documents Show Austrian Government Tried to Infiltrate Identitarian Youth Movement


>An Austrian far-right group has leaked documents stating an undercover army intelligence agent who defaced a mosque in Graz with a pig’s head was really meant to infiltrate the hipster-right Identitarian youth movement.

>Most of the substance of the documents revolves around an incident in Graz in May 2016 when a pair of pig heads were found at the site where a new mosque was being built in the city.

>A few months later, reports came out that one of the people involved in the act was an Austrian army intelligence agent who was sent to infiltrate right-wing groups.

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/newbrit/politics #200 - Rees-Mogg Edition

23,000 Jihadists in Britain, Not 3,000 As Previously Claimed


spies (Alberto Barbosa, /nbp/, Monarch, /brit/) Have Foiled Five UK Terror Plots Since Westminster Attack


Majority of Britons Believe Mass Immigration Undermines LOCAL Culture, Survey Finds


Police Helicopter Deployed, Karaoke Machine Confiscated After Song Mocking Bin Laden Played at Party


Britain Reduces Terror Level One Notch to ‘Severe’ After Terror Cell Arrests


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/newbrit/politics #199 - Join Your Local Tory Party Edition

Macron snubs May on Post-Brexit Trade Deal Talks


Katie Hopkins to Leave LBC Following ‘Final Solution’ Tweet


Russians Warned Against Visiting UK Over Terror Threat


Jailed Afghan Migrant Had Sexually Attacked 14 Women In Less than Six Months


Colonel Richard Kemp: Time to Throw out Every Islamist on Terror Watch List


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/newbrit/politics #198 - Chiseled Edition

Doctor Quits Profession After Urging Minorities To Rape Front National Voters to Create ‘Half-Breeds’


Corbyn Slammed for Politicising Dead After Blaming West for Terror Attacks


German Finance Minister Responds to Manchester Attack: Christians Can Learn from Muslim Migrants


Election Campaign Resumes After Manchester Attack


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/newbrit/politics #197 - Fenian Edition

Labour Manchester Mayor Says Suicide Bomber ‘Not a Muslim’


Libya, Syria, Turkey, Germany: What We Know About Manchester Bomber Abedi’s Movements


Leading Islamist Expert: Jihadists Trying to Provoke Retaliation and Conflict in Europe


Austrian Populist Leader: Put Islamists on Prison Islands


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/newbrit/politics #196 - Feeling It Edition

U.S. Spending £150K to ‘Reduce Terrorism’ by ‘Promoting Positive Narratives’ of Migrants in Europe


‘Furious’ British Police Suspend Intelligence Sharing with United States Following Manchester Bombing Leaks


Raid in Central Manchester, Police Hunt Terror ‘Network’


Judge Slams Law Firm Blocking Deportation of Rochdale Muslim Grooming Gang


Duterte Says ‘Spare No One’ as Islamic State Beheads Police Chief, Stages Mass Prison Break


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/newbrit/politics #195 - Eugenie of York Edition

Manchester attack: images reportedly show bomb components – live updates


>The move to a ‘critical’ threat level will mean extra checks at ports, Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer said, and also security is also being urgently reviewed at all key sites and for every major event. The Met’s assistant commissioner, Mark Rowley, said:

The increase in threat level may mean additional police and security checks at ports, airports and rail stations, which may cause disruption to journeys. Passengers should plan in advance and allow extra time to travel where possible

We are urgently reviewing security of all key sites and major upcoming events over the coming days and weeks as a precautionary measure. Specialist officers and protective security experts continue to work with organisers around having appropriate security measures in place.

Manchester attack latest: Bomber's brother 'was aware of all details' and 'planned own terror attack


>A fifth suspect, believed to be carrying a package, has been arrested in Wigan today as detectives probe a "network" linked to the Manchester suicide bomber. The man was taken into custody in connection with Monday night's attack and officers are assessing the package, Greater Manchester Police said.

>Meanwhile, the terrorist's father and brother were detained in Libya while police have confirmed that an off-duty female police officer was among the 22 people killed in the attack. Libyan security forces said the brother "was aware of all the details" of attack plans.

Landslide buries California's Pacific Coast Highway


>A section of one of America's most famous routes - California's Pacific Coast Highway - has been buried beneath a landslide. More than a million tonnes of rock and dirt tumbled into the ocean on Saturday, eight miles (12km) north of San Luis Obispo.

>The landslide spans about a third of a mile and has heaped up to 40ft of debris on the road. No injuries or property damage were reported.

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/newbrit/politics #194 - Happy 100th Anniversary! edition

We've done it! 100 threads since /newbrit/s beginning!

Not Calm, Not Carrying on: Britain Deploys Military, Closes Parliament, Cancels Changing of Guard


>Nearly 1,000 soldiers will be deployed in London, the traditional Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace has been cancelled for an “indefinite period”, and the Palace of Westminster has been closed to the public following the terror attack in Manchester Monday.

Morrissey Rips British Politicians after Manchester Attack: ‘Petrified’ to Admit Islamic Extremism Behind Terror


>"Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an “extremist”. An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?"

As is his custom, Pope Francis gave the President a copy of his writings as pope, as well as a medal of peace. The President gave Francis a large blue box, which he said contained the writings of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr, while telling the pontiff, “I hope you like them.”


Judge Slams Law Firm Blocking Deportation of Rochdale Muslim Grooming Gang


Man arrested by police near Buckingham Palace, moments before the Queen passes by in her car


Europe was the birthplace of mankind, not Africa, scientists find


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/newbrit/politics #193: The day after a BANGING concert Edition



Solidarity and outrage as global leaders react to Manchester attack

>European and world leaders have expressed their shock, sympathy and condemnation after the suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester killed at least 22 people.

>Speaking in Bethlehem where he was meeting Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, Donald Trump said he would not call the perpetrators monsters because they “would think that’s a great name”.


Sir Roger Moore, James Bond actor, dies aged 89

>He played the famous spy in seven Bond films including Live and Let Die and A View to a Kill.

>Sir Roger's family confirmed the news on Twitter, saying he had died after "a short but brave battle with cancer".


Ex-national security adviser 'lied' on security clearance

>Ex-US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn "lied" about income from Russian companies while renewing his security clearance, a top Democrat says.


Frozen 'space sperm' passes fertility test

>Healthy baby mice have been born using freeze-dried sperm stored in the near-weightless environment of space.

>The Japanese team behind the gravity-breaking experiment on the International Space Station (ISS) say it shows that transporting the seeds of life away from Earth is feasible.


Integration Commissioner Says German Culture Does Not Exist, ‘Diversity Is Nation’s Strength’

>German culture does not exist and the nation’s history has been shaped by “immigration and diversity”, according to Federal Integration Commissioner Aydan Özoguz, who has argued migrants should not be expected to assimilate.


also bye lads I have stuff to do might check after you at night

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/newbrit/politics #192: Trump in Israel Edition

Trump Arrives in Israel for Historic Presidential Trip to Holy Land


Trump in Israel: We Must Fight Iran Together


Trump Visits Western Wall in Jerusalem


Clint Eastwood Warns Political Correctness ‘Killing’ Country: ‘We’ve Lost Our Sense of Humor’


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/newbrit/politics #191: Britannia Edition

Corbyn Fails Six Times to Condemn IRA Bombing When Directly Asked


Diane Abbott Expressed Support for the IRA at the Height of the Troubles


Five Things To Watch For During Trump’s Israel Trip


Dwayne Johnson Announces 2020 Presidential Run with Running Mate Tom Hanks


‘Stone Age’ Trump going back to horse and cart says Schwarzenegger