The Latest From Caolan Robertson
July 26, 2017
Remember the viral video of "Red Pill Phil" at our March Against Hate? He schooled Antifa at the march and received a huge response both off and online.
July 25, 2017
On World Emoji Day, Apple announced a bunch of new emojis, including the most modest of them all – a girl wearing a hijab.
July 24, 2017
This week I was travelling in an Uber across Central London, when the driver recognised me from The Rebel and my work with Tommy Robinson.
July 18, 2017
As President Trump and the UK government announce that any official visit to the United Kingdom will be postponed until next year, I examine the effect violent left wing protests are having on the decades-long special relationship between the west's two greatest nations.
July 18, 2017
After accusing the new Planet of the Apes movie of being racist, and suffering the embarrassing consequences, author, film producer (and notorious Twitter pundit) Tariq Nasheed has not had enough.
July 12, 2017
This weekend a record breaking one million people descended on London to celebrate the city's annual Gay Pride weekend.
July 11, 2017
When you think of acid attacks you probably think of the brutal practices in Pakistan, Iran and Bangladesh — surely not the English countryside, right?
July 10, 2017
Austria has now canceled its proposed border security plan (one put in place following its first Islamic attack) after Rome threatened to cancel security cooperation between the two countries if the plan went ahead.
July 07, 2017
In an interview recorded shortly after Finsbury Park mosque attack, and after there had been three Islamic terror attacks the UK in 72 days, I sat down with the incredible Pamela Geller.
July 06, 2017
After appearing on BBC's Question Time to raise concerns about anti-western propaganda distributed by Didsbury Mosque, Paul O'Donoughue, a concerned local resident, gave an interview to the BBC.