The group will officially launch its pro-EU campaign tomorrow.
The controversial image was previously used on a Polish magazine cover to illustrate a story about the “Islamic rape of Europe”.
Labour MP Wes Streeting told BuzzFeed News it was a “complete disgrace” the group decided to hold the event on a day when many Jews would be unable to attend. Update: Momentum has now decided to start the event an hour earlier in the hope that observant Jews will be able to attend.
“It was a really great way to round off the celebration.”
He rejected the notion that the so-called “Canadian model”, as suggested by Brexit campaigners, would work for the UK.
The future of curry will be at risk if Britain votes to remain in the EU, employment minister Priti Patel has warned.
The proposed £175 million project will stretch across the River Thames, linking Temple and the South Bank.
The London mayor also invited the presumptive US Republican presidential nominee to meet his family.
The presumed Republican presidential nominee’s comments come a month after Barack Obama said the US would rather trade with a larger bloc of nations.
The Labour leader asserted his opposition to TTIP and said it “essentially enfranchises corporations at the expense of national governments”.
The former mayor of London said the EU’s aim of unifying Europe under a superstate had been attempted before, by the Nazi leader and Napoleon.
David Cameron’s apology came after Suliman Gani launched legal action against the defence secretary for making similar remarks about ISIS.
UKIP and the Conservatives backed Plaid Cymru’s efforts to block Labour’s Carwyn Jones being named first minister on Wednesday.
Leave.EU insists it does not endorse the video, which appears to compare immigrants to “vicious snakes”, despite sharing it on its social media accounts.
“We have got the Nigerians – actually we have got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain,” the prime minister said.
The new London mayor has previously expressed concern that he would be unable to enter the US under Trump’s proposed plans.
Suliman Gani told BuzzFeed News that he was already in conversation with lawyers, while a spokesperson for Michael Fallon said he was “happy to set the record straight”.
A campaign email said there was a need to boost turnout on polling day.
The MP for Bradford West, who was suspended from the party last week over allegations of anti-Semitism, told a panel of MPs she will step aside while an investigation into the matter is underway.