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A majority of Tory and UKIP voters want Front National candidate Marine Le Pen to win the French presidential election run off next weekend, according to a YouGov poll.
Paul Nuttall claimed that the divisive policies launched by UKIP this week, which included a burka ban and compulsory FGM checks, are not “anti-Muslim” at the launch of the party’s general election campaign. But one Muslim woman who disagreed was bundled out of the room.
Theresa May has managed to make a mess of the latest leg of her tightly staged managed tour of the outside world.
A Homelessness Reduction Bill which places a legal duty on local councils to help reduce homelessness was passed with the support of the Government yesterday in one of the final acts of Parliament before the general election.
Remember when the Tories told us “it’s not racist to impose limits on immigration”? Well, someone who worked on the party’s divisive 2005 general election campaign has admitted it kind of was.
An unnamed male Tory MP is at the centre of a “shameful” bullying scandal in Parliament that has been brought to light today.
Rumour in Westminster is that Tory high command have shut away Boris Johnson for the duration of the election campaign lest he commandeer a bus with a bloody big lie on the side.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was given a tough time over his increasingly authoritarian actions when he appeared in front of the European Parliament today – even by his Fidesz party’s own conservative allies.
He has boasted of being a former professional footballer, claimed to hold a PhD and said he lost close friends in the Hillsborough disaster. But Paul Nuttall may have surpassed his own record of self delusion today by comparing himself to Mahatma Gandhi.