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London housebuilding falls by a fifth under Sadiq Khan


The number of housing starts in Britain’s capital has fallen by 20 per cent under London Mayor Sadiq Khan, government figures suggest.

The Labour politician had a column in the Guardian newspaper published in October under the headline ‘We’re starting …

Anti-free speech zealots silence professor’s views on colonialism


Western free speech has been dealt another crushing blow after an American professor caved in to a backlash he received for publishing a positive view on the impact of colonialism.

Bruce Gilley, political scientist at Portland State University, triggered thousands …

Construction industry should “step up” and boost numbers of homegrown workers post-Brexit

Construction industry is not doing enough to train local talent, says report

The construction sector should be “much more ambitious” in the training and recruitment of UK workers following Britain’s withdrawal from the EU, industry bodies have admitted.

In the midst of a well-publicised skills shortage nationwide, seven industry bodies including the …

Facebook: “Share Islamic messages of peace, mercy and tolerance”

Online guide specifically looks at 'hate speech' suffered by Muslims
Online guide specifically looks at 'hate speech' suffered by Muslims

Facebook has published a new safety guide designed to protect Muslims online and boost their “confidence and mental wellbeing”.

The social media giant has joined forces with Faith Associates, an English-based training consultancy which works with ethnic minority communities, to …

Stop Funding Hate – humanitarians or hypocritical autocrats?


“Don’t Get Fooled Again offers practical tools for cutting through the claptrap and unravelling the spin – tackling the propaganda, the psychology of deception…” proclaims the bio of one of Richard Wilson’s published books.

Richard Wilson is an author and …

Fight university bias from within


Accusations of anti-Brexit bias at British universities have been all over the mainstream media in recent weeks, and it has led to a debate over the wider influence of leftist politics.

But are these institutions really awash with remainers and …

5 things we learned from ITV’s “far-right expose”

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Under the guise of investigative journalism, ITV and Hardcash Productions sent three undercover reporters into the public sphere to try and paint the British ‘far-right’ as an increasing threat in a post-Brexit and post-Trump world. Here are our top five

Manchester police respond to Tommy Robinson book launch claims


Greater Manchester Police have responded to claims that they attempted to sabotage the book launch of journalist and political activist Tommy Robinson.

More than 1,000 patriots descended on the open air Castlefield Bowl venue in Manchester city centre last night …

Has the world gone mad?


Not a single day passes without us reading another insane report in the mainstream media, often even more incomprehensible than the last. Whether it’s political correctness gone mad, fascism from the left or another bizarre use of public money, it

Council hit by censorship claims over controversial mosque plan


Furious residents have labelled Barnet Council “fraudsters” for removing scores of objections to a new Islamic centre and mosque in the heart of one of London’s largest Jewish communities.

The iconic Golders Green Hippodrome, home to the BBC concert orchestra …