1. FREE TOMMY ROBINSON: Second demonstration at the gates of Downing Street
2. Austria unveils plan to cut benefits for immigrants
Austria's coalition government has unveiled plans to cut benefit payments for immigrants, including refugees, in a move aimed at deterring new arrivals.
The main benefit payment will be capped at €563 ($655; £492) a month, rising to match the amount Austrians receive - €863 - if they pass a German test.
Immigrants will also be barred from claiming such benefits for five years.
Conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, in government with the far right, has vowed a hard line on immigration.
Mr Kurz campaigned in last year's parliamentary election with pledges to cap benefits for refugees and to shut down migrant routes to Europe.
“The fundamental rule we will introduce is that German will become the key to accessing the full minimum benefit,” Mr Kurz told a news conference on Monday.
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4. Italian President faces impeachment calls after he rejected populist parties' choice of a eurosceptic finance minister, scuppering their attempt to form a government
The Italian President is facing impeachment calls after he refused to appoint a fiercely eurosceptic finance minister.
Sergio Mattarella vetoed the appointment of Paolo Savona, who has described the euro as a “German cage” and said that Italy needs a plan to leave the single currency “if necessary”.
But the decision led to the collapse of a bid by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and far-right League parties to form a coalition - and prompted their prime minister-elect Giuseppe Conte to step aside.
The leaders of Five Star and the League, Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini, have been enraged by the move which has plunged Italy into fresh political turmoil.
Di Maio has called for the impeachment of Mattarella for treason - something that would require an absolute majority in both chambers of parliament in a joint session. Salvini has called for mass protests against the “establishment” President.
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Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said that "foreign powers, capital and media" placed Italy in a "crisis of sovereignty," speaking in Rome on Monday.
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6. Dozens of refugees, police clash in German city of Dresden
Two police officers and a security guard were injured when fighting broke out at a migrant reception center in the eastern city of Dresden. There are a growing number of standoffs between asylum seekers and authorities.
Around 50 refugees attacked police after they attempted to stop a fight at a migrant center, authorities in the eastern German city of Dresden said on Monday.
Police were called after security guards struggled to contain a dispute about food between two migrants from Georgia on Friday evening.
“As a result, about 50 residents gathered and attacked officers by throwing lit cigarettes, then kicking and beating them,” a statement from Dresden police said.
7. Hungarian PM Says “First Priority” is Demographics: Rejects Mass Migration, Pledges to Support Mothers, Families
Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has announced that birth rates and demographics will be his top priority following a triumphant re-election, with mass migration rejected in favour of policies supporting Hungarian mothers.
“My first priority as something we’re all aware of, something we all know, yet something that during our everyday struggles we rarely concern ourselves with, because its long-term nature means that it doesn’t dominate people’s thinking. This is the societal phenomenon called demography,” said the Fidesz leader in an interview with Kossuth Radio, a transcript of which has been seen by Breitbart London.
Prime Minister Orbán told the broadcaster that demographics was, fundamentally, “about the following: how many children are born to Hungarian women; how many children we raise together; whether there will be a Hungarian future; whether the Hungarian nation will survive biologically and numerically; what we must do to stop the decline we clearly see in this area; and what we must do to change the fact that we have more funerals than christenings.”
8. UK: Brits push back as police attempt to arrest demonstrators
9. Nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, Issues Sunday Call For An End To White Men
Louis Farrakhan, leader of the “Nation of Islam”, called for an end to white men on Sunday morning, saying that their “nature is not in harmony with the nature of God.”
10. Claim: Police Dropped Cases Against 20 Telford Groomers Because They Were “Too Much Trouble”
Three police officers have come forward to reveal how cases against Telford rape gang members were allegedly dropped because pursuing court orders was considered “too much trouble”.
One officer said they were “horrified” by the decision and another claimed the scale of the abuse was “huge”, after a probe by journalists suggested there could be as many as 1,000 victims in the small town.
At least one of the police whistleblowers was prompted to come forward after the BBC promoted the views of Superintendent Tom Harding, of West Mercia Police, who argued the numbers had been “sensationalised” by the media.
Furthermore, a mother of one of the victimised young girls who died in circumstances linked to the scandal claims nothing was done after she handed police a three-page list of potential suspects.