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Amid a spike in hate crimes, Brits reveal what it’s like to be told to leave the country.
From the outside, nothing much has changed yet. From the inside, however, the UK has undergone a radical and at times ugly transformation. The June 2016 referendum has helped set off a chain of events that has impacted many aspects of life in the country.
Arron Banks has apologised after Leave.EU tweeted a xenophobic meme of Angela Merkel that invoked Britain’s world war victories to target the German chancellor.
Anti-German dogwhistling has plagued the pro-Brexit camp since pre-referendum billboards enjoined Brits to 'Halt Ze German Advance.' As the Brexit chaos intensifies, that populist jingoism is becoming increasingly shrill.
The picture of Ms Merkel carried the caption, 'We didn't win two world wars to be pushed around by a Kraut'.
The newly-elected leader of Ukip has been condemned for “virulent Islamophobia” after footage emerged of him arguing it should be illegal to publicly distribute the Qur’an in the UK and that some British towns are no-go areas for non-Muslims.
Study finds children in England and Scotland experiencing rising racism and prejudice in public after Brexit vote.
Many Brexiters, including the prime minister, are in denial about the cruelty that their choices have already inflicted on millions of people.
Once an obscure idea confined to the darker corners of the internet, the anti-Islam ideology is now visible in the everyday politics of the west. How did this happen?
Assuming a new pose as defender of the people, Liddle rages against liberal remainers and the ‘establishment’ – and is as untroubled by facts as by logic.
Boris Johnson is poised to become prime minister thanks to a small, unrepresentative population of Brexiteer voters bent on destruction.
With the xenophobic fervour they believe Has awakened In The UK ‘Brexit refugees’, who have chosen to leave Britain for Ireland, talk to Simon Carswell.
Among other devastating repercussions, crashing out will cause a hostile climate between the UK and EU, which would strongly serve to repel European and global scientists from our shores.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Priti Patel tweet support for offshoot of US group accused of anti-Islam views.
In October 2015, I gave a speech to international journalists in Germany called, ‘Newspaper lies can cost lives.’ Less than a year later, Britain voted for Brexit, with one of the main reasons cited as ‘too many migrants’. How did such a fear and dislike of migrants develop? Newspaper lies played an enormous role.