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Voters in Ireland resoundingly reject changes to the country’s Constitution.

Ireland has voted to reject Government proposals to change the Constitution, which would have widened the definition of family to include families not based on marriage. The proposal would have expanded marriage to include ‘durable relationships’ such as cohabiting couples, but it was rejected by 67.7%. The public also rejected a proposal that would have changed the […]

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EU Institute calls for an end to the use of Gendered Language.

The EU has urged legislators and policymakers to abandon ‘gendered language’ including “no man’s land”. Bureaucrats say the WWI phrase should be replaced with “unclaimed territory”, while “Joe Public” should instead be “average citizen”. A 61-page document compiled by the European Institute for Gender Equality outlines offending language and provides alternatives. Titled a “Toolkit on

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Borders are returning to Europe because of the failure of multiculturism.

On the 14th of June 1985, in the small winemaking village of Schengen, Luxembourg, signatories from Belgium, France, West Germany, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands came to sign an agreement. The goal was to eliminate checks at their mutual borders, essentially creating a single territory for international travel purposes, akin to a large country for travellers.

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Poland to hold “illegal immigrant” referendum

Poland’s ruling party wants to ask voters in a referendum whether they support accepting “thousands of illegal immigrants from the Middle East and Africa.” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced the referendum question in a video published on social media at the weekend. The video contains images of burning cars and violence on the streets of

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Attack in Annecy: British child critically injured

Annecy, a French Alpine city, usually known for its crystal blue lake, mountain vistas and medieval old town, has become the latest city to experience a violent attack by migrant. The attacker, identified as Abdalmash H, is a 31-year-old Syrian with refugee status in Sweden. Children were enjoying a fine summers day in their local

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