Five items in total…
“At the time of the inspection, it was not the school’s common practice to provide soap for pupils’ hand-washing, toilet roll in the toilets or suitable drinking water… Toilet paper is available from the school office when pupils request it. Pupils told inspectors that they sometimes avoided using toilets for the whole school day because of this.” (Ofsted Report) – and – “The Ofsted inspector said there has to be toilet rolls, we said there are always toilet rolls but they are not always out – so what?” – (Headteacher Abdul Ghafoor Salloo) – Martin Evans, “Muslim school receives ‘inadequate’ Ofsted rating after loos did not have toilet paper for ‘cultural reasons’.” – The Telegraph, Dec. 3rd, 2017.
“The ethnic and religious makeup of the gang and their victims is not known at this time… So far, six arrests have been made…” – Liam Deacon, “Suspected East London grooming gang targeted girls as young as thirteen” – Breitbart, Dec. 11th, 2017.
“Alto Adige has been removed not to hurt the sensibility of non-Christian believers, the association ‘Veterani dello Sport’ denounced as reported by Il Giornale.” – European Post, “Italy: Christmas tree forbidden not to hurt sensibility of non-Christians” – Dec. 16th, 2017. (This is a poor translation, but the import is clear enough -JG).
“On Sunday, the police officer leading the investigation was widely quoted in Swedish media advising women only go out in pairs or as part of a group after darkness… (then)… A Malmö police press spokesperson told The Local that the police firmly advocates that the ‘public live their lives as usual’ and ‘not to give into fear’. Much of the critique directed towards Nilsson’s statement centred on it pushing responsibility on the public to stay safe, with critics pointing out the police are expected to keep the public safe.” – The Local, “Malmö police retract ‘unfortunate’ advice warning women not to go out alone after dark” – Dec. 18th, 2017.
“The anti-immigration Austrian People’s Party and the anti-establishment Austrian Freedom Party have reached a deal, creating a new coalition to govern Austria for the next five years… Chancellor-elect Sebastian Kurz, 31, who won Austria’s national election on October 15 after campaigning on a promise to halt illegal immigration, will govern with Heinz-Christian Strache, 48, the Freedom Party leader, who has warned that mass migration is ‘Islamizing’ Austria.” – Soeren Kern, “Austria: New government to resist Islamization” – Gatestone Institute, Dec 17th, 2017.