Sadiq Khan is putting the lives of Londoners at risk with his commitment to scrapping stop and search, ending profiling, and ignoring crime statistics.
I've had enough experience with the police to know that their priorities aren't quite right.
Remember the Westminster Bridge attack in March? I warned the media, just meters away from the Houses of Parliament, that it would happen again. I told them that British intelligence had foiled ten terror attacks in the last two years, and the journalists laughed.
You’ll know Chelsey from our Justice for Chelsey campaign. She’s had a trying year – the politicians and media have ignored her plea for justice after being sexually assaulted.
Here’s a positive story for a change! You’ll remember the incredible veteran we introduced you to named Knox.
The government recently buried a report commissioned by the Home Office which examined the funding of terror and extremist groups in the UK.
Today when I visited Fletcher's shop in Sunderland, there was a line up around the block. Local people, along with ones that had come a fair distance, came out to support this shopkeeper's right to criticize Islam and the funding of terrorism.
What you will find in my new book "Mohammed’s Koran" might well shock you, because this book turns upside down the lie that “Islam is a religion of peace.”
You'll remember our successful fight on behalf of the shopkeeper who was bullied by the authorities for having a sign on his shop that said "Don't Fund Terrorism."
After being forced to take his "Don't Fund Terrorism" sign down following threats from the police, shopkeeper Fletcher met with a lawyer and has put the sign back up — and it's bigger and better than ever!