The UK’s Supreme Court handed down a decision on December 17 that overturned a previous ruling made in favor of two midwives in greater Glasgow, Scotland, who had objected to being forced to supervise abortions in the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow where both worked as labor ward coordinators.

The failure of a referendum to shore up the Swiss franc has given the Swiss Central Bank carte blanche to inflate its currency "as necessary." 

A recent investigation found that Islamic indoctrination in some British schools is so egregious that students did not know whether they should follow U.K. law or Sharia law — or which is more important.

A Swedish court of appeals has denied an appeal by Julian Assange of an arrest warrant.

The director of the Huffington Post UK has floated the idea of “externally imposed” regulation — and has advocated efforts to increase “diversity” in newsrooms — as part of a plan to eliminate negative coverage of Islam.

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