A PROTESTER has been convicted of shouting racist abuse from the top of a bus leaving a demonstration against a planned new mosque in Astley Bridge. 382 more words
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Hello everyone. Below are summaries of this week’s Ontario Court of Appeal decisions. Topics covered include investigative receivership orders, reconsideration of a denied leave to appeal, summary judgment, extension of time to appeal, mortgages, and contract interpretation. 3,690 more words
Question: What should I do? Is this an error on the court’s side? They told me one thing at the arraignment, now it seems to be another. 260 more words
A UKIP branch chairman may have to resign after being found guilty of assaulting his wife.
Greg Broome, who chairs Colne Valley UKIP branch, was found guilty of the assault by a district judge at Kirklees Magistrates Court yesterday. 289 more words
It’s good to know that UKP have a high standard when it comes to selecting their prospective candidates for this May’s elections.
The London Borough of Havering has seen a recent upsurge in UKIP activity, just this week three councillors Eric Munday, Lynden Thorpe and Peter Gardner defected from the ruling Conservative group over to UKIP, causing the Conservatives to lose overall control of the council. 361 more words
Jamie Ray, 26, was sentenced for a charge of drunk and disorderly after being arrested during EDL protest in June
A man who was arrested during an English Defence League protest has been given a 12-month conditional discharge. 201 more words
A case that came out in May ’14 but has just come to my attention is I think worth mentioning to you all.
The case of… 256 more words