FOR BRITAIN

For Britain is a minor far-right  political party in the United Kingdom, founded by the anti-Islam activist Anne Marie Waters after she was defeated in the 2017 UKIP leadership election.

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Waters left UKIP and formed For Britain after she and her supporters were described as “Nazis and racists” by Henry Bolton and UKIP’s former leader Nigel Farage. The name is taken from her UKIP leadership campaign slogan, “Anne Marie For Britain”. Waters said that the party would “speak to the forgotten people”. On 9 March 2018, For Britain registered with the Electoral Commission, a requirement for any political party wishing to put up candidates in elections and to solicit donations for campaigns, as “The For Britain Movement”.

The party received the support of Tommy Robinson, former leader of the English Defence League. Its platform includes reducing Muslim immigration to the UK to near zero, and to “bring the entire EU project down”. The Times described the party as intending to fill the space left by the demise of the British National Party.

In November 2017, the far-right British nationalist political party Liberty GB merged into For Britain.

In April 2018, the singer-songwriter Morrissey declared his support for For Britain.

The party fielded fifteen candidates in the 2018 local elections, with none being elected. The party came last in almost all the seats it contested. In June 2018, the party expelled one of its local election candidates after Hope Not Hate linked him to the proscribed neo-Nazi group National Action and the white nationalist group Generation Identity.

Waters contested the Lewisham East by-election, receiving 266 votes (1.2% of the total) and losing her deposit.

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Faisal Hussain is seen in a 2008-2009 Victoria Park Collegiate Institute yearbook photo.

The older brother of the gunman responsible for one of Toronto’s worst mass shootingswas facing drug and weapons charges when he went into a coma last year, court records show.

After Faisal Hussain was identified as having carried out Sunday’s attack that killed two and wounded 13, it emerged that his brother had been unconscious in a coma at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto for months.

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RF-EMF exposure is rising and health effects of are still under investigation.

Both oncologic and non-cancerous chronic effects have been suggested.

5G networks could have health effects and will use MMW, still scarcely explored.

Adequate knowledge of RF-EMF biological effects is also needed in clinical practice.

Underrating the problem could lead to a further rise in noncommunicable diseases.

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