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Record numbers of parents choose home schooling because “Wales is at war over a dead language”

In the United Kingdom, the number of children being home schooled has leapt by 40% in the last three years. In Wales, which regularly ranks lowest in the UK in terms of education, the trend is even more startling. I visited Wales to learn why more and more regular mums were pulling their children out …

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Anne Marie Waters talks about her vision for Britain

She’s been labelled far-right and a Nazi, so I wanted to spend time talking to Anne Marie Waters, the leader of the UK’s For Britain party, to better understand the woman behind the labels. Given time to talk, Anne Marie proves herself to be a passionate patriot, clear about the three most important issues facing …

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Anti-Israel posters in London just the latest reason “it is time for Jews to leave the UK”

Speaking to my Israeli friends here in the UK, I am struck by how little of what’s going on in the streets of our capital is permeating through the thick smog of multicultural waffle and pro-Palestinian rhetoric that dominates media discourse. So here’s the latest on the ground: The leader of the UK Labour party, …

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I asked anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole THIS question — and the interview fell apart

Femi Oluwole is Co-founder of a group looking to overturn Brexit. I asked him who is funding his campaign to subvert democracy in the U.K. And that’s when his script started to fall apart … Here’s the complete, unedited interview:

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South Africa: “What if I find out I have AIDS?”

Having bumped into Community Outreach Workers as I spent time in the black slums of South Africa, these ladies agreed to test me for AIDS, just as they do with residents. There was a moment there in the van as I waited for my result when a dark thought crossed my mind: “What if I …

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South Africa: In a place seemingly without hope, these big-hearted women are saving lives

In South Africa, a nation so fraught with violence and misery, I also glimpsed traces of compassion, too. These big-hearted health outreach workers teach women in slums (and me, as you’ll see!) how to use female condoms, to try to halt the spread of AIDS. I was so touched by their kindness and positivity and …

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Bradford: This divided city is united by only one thing — drugs

Bradford in the UK is a city divided by race and religion, unified by one key problem — drugs. I went there to see for myself: Were the people there, Muslim or non-Muslim, really worried about Boris Johnson’s comments about the burqa? It turned out, they had far more pressing problems to worry about. I …

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My candid conversation with a Muslim in Bradford

Bradford in the UK has been making news over the last few years, and not in a good way. The city’s name has become a byword for the Islamification of England. So I went to Bradford to talk to the locals face to face, to let them tell their side of the story without being …

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