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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Whistleblower sues Cleveland Police over Northern Echo tip-offhave been clear to our staff and communities that there is no ongoing operation
Whistleblower sues Cleveland Police over Northern Echo tip-off
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 14 hours ago
have been clear to our staff and communities that there is no ongoing operation of this nature as was suggested within the Home Affairs Select Committee. “We are conducting a thorough assessment into whether, as alleged, Cleveland Police has ever,... Read more
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The Register
Home Office ignores plight of BA techies as job offshoring loomsto chop €91m annually from its expense bill. The GMB has had some success with
Home Office ignores plight of BA techies as job offshoring looms
The Register / Posted 5 days ago
to chop €91m annually from its expense bill. The GMB has had some success with other areas of Parliament. Rix wrote to the Home Affairs Select Committee with the same issues concerning visas and security and added pay to the list too. In it, Rix... Read more
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Northern Echo
Whistleblower on racism suing Cleveland Policehave been clear to our staff and communities that there is no ongoing operation
Whistleblower on racism suing Cleveland Police
Northern Echo / Posted 6 days ago
have been clear to our staff and communities that there is no ongoing operation of this nature as was suggested within the Home Affairs Select Committee. "We are conducting a thorough assessment into whether, as alleged, Cleveland Police has ever,... Read more
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Daily Record
Sir Cliff Richard speaks out after CPS drop case against himwhether people should remain anonymous while the subject of a police investigat
Sir Cliff Richard speaks out after CPS drop case against him
Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
whether people should remain anonymous while the subject of a police investigation is a matter for Parliament. “The Home Affairs Select Committee reviewed the editorial decisions made by the BBC and concluded ‘we see nothing wrong in their... Read more
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SKY News
BBC Says It's 'Very Sorry' To Sir Cliff Richardby the decision to report the investigation undertaken by the South Yorkshire P
BBC Says It's 'Very Sorry' To Sir Cliff Richard
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
by the decision to report the investigation undertaken by the South Yorkshire Police and the search of his property. "The Home Affairs Select Committee reviewed the editorial decisions made by the BBC and concluded 'we see nothing wrong in their... Read more
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Daily Mirror
BBC apologies to Cliff Richard's 'distress' but insists it did nothing wrongwhether people should remain anonymous while the subject of a police investigat
BBC apologies to Cliff Richard's 'distress' but insists it did nothing wrong
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
whether people should remain anonymous while the subject of a police investigation is a matter for Parliament. “The Home Affairs Select Committee reviewed the editorial decisions made by the BBC and concluded ‘we see nothing wrong in their... Read more
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International Business Times
Jo Cox killing: GoFundMe fundraising page for charities chosen by MP's family raises £100,000 in 5 hours children are bathed in love and two, that we all unite to fight against the hat
Jo Cox killing: GoFundMe fundraising page for charities chosen by MP's family raises £100,000 in 5 hours
International Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
children are bathed in love and two, that we all unite to fight against the hatred that killed her." The chair of the home affairs select committee, Labour MP Keith Vaz, said he wanted a review of security, saying a number of MPs had spoken to... Read more
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express
'A VILE organisation' BBC blasted over 'disgraceful' treatment of Sir Cliff RichardGeneral Tony Hall has previously defended its coverage of the raid of Sir Cliff
'A VILE organisation' BBC blasted over 'disgraceful' treatment of Sir Cliff Richard
express / Posted 12 days ago
General Tony Hall has previously defended its coverage of the raid of Sir Cliff’s home. In a letter to the Home Affairs Select Committee, Lord Hall said: "I believe that BBC journalists have acted appropriately in pursuing this... Read more
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Northern Star
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
Northern Star / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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Queensland Times
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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News Mail
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
News Mail / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is oververy publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorks
Sir Cliff Richard's sex crime investigation is over
Daily Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
very publicly with the police raid on his £3m home in August 2014. South Yorkshire Police was later criticised by the Home Affairs Select Committee for tipping off a reporter about the timing of the raid, which ended up being shown in dramatic... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sir Cliff urges police procedures review after naming over sex abuse allegationsfor those accused of sex abuse before they have been charged, and backed a 28-d
Sir Cliff urges police procedures review after naming over sex abuse allegations
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
for those accused of sex abuse before they have been charged, and backed a 28-day limit on police bail recommended by the Home Affairs Select Committee - which came into force last year. Following the announcement of no further action being taken... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cliff Richard will face no further action over allegations of abuseto be questioned by detectives. September 2014 - South Yorkshire Police Chief
Cliff Richard will face no further action over allegations of abuse
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to be questioned by detectives. September 2014 - South Yorkshire Police Chief Constable David Crompton appears before the Home Affairs Select Committee and is accused of 'sheer incompetence' by MPs over his force's handling of the raid. September... Read more
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International Business Times
Sir Cliff Richard faces no further action in sex abuse inquiry due to insufficient evidence "utterly inept" for telling reporters when the raid on Richard's home was going
Sir Cliff Richard faces no further action in sex abuse inquiry due to insufficient evidence
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
"utterly inept" for telling reporters when the raid on Richard's home was going to take place. Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, said that "no British citizen should have to watch their home being raided by the police live... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Chuka Umunna attacks Ken Livingstone during Select Committee appearanceduring Select Committee appearance Chuka Umunna attacks former Mayor Ken Livin
Chuka Umunna attacks Ken Livingstone during Select Committee appearance
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
during Select Committee appearance Chuka Umunna attacks former Mayor Ken Livingstone as he is questioned by the Home Affairs Select Committee on his comments about Hitler, which sparked an anti-Semitism row. The former London mayor was... Read more
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International Business Times
Chuka Umunna MP calls Ken Livingstone a 'pin-up for prejudice' at anti-Semitism hearing of prejudice that our party was built to fight against." Labour MP Chuka Umunn
Chuka Umunna MP calls Ken Livingstone a 'pin-up for prejudice' at anti-Semitism hearing
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
of prejudice that our party was built to fight against." Labour MP Chuka Umunna (L) lambasted Ken Livingstone (R) at a Home Affairs select committee on anti-Semitism.Home Office screenshot Umunna was stopped in his tracks by committee chairman... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Je
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Jonathan Arkush, told the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee that Labour's shift to the left under Corbyn had "emboldened" anti-Semites on the far left to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Je
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Jonathan Arkush, told the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee that Labour's shift to the left under Corbyn had "emboldened" anti-Semites on the far left to... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Je
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Jonathan Arkush, told the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee that Labour's shift to the left under Corbyn had "emboldened" anti-Semites on the far left to... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Je
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 15 days ago
"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Jonathan Arkush, told the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee that Labour's shift to the left under Corbyn had "emboldened" anti-Semites on the far left to... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Je
Ken Livingstone denies being anti-Semitic in appearance at Parliamentary inquiry
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
"inherent" to Labour. But the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Jonathan Arkush, told the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee that Labour's shift to the left under Corbyn had "emboldened" anti-Semites on the far left to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Furious MP tells 'pin-up for prejudice' Ken Livingstone he's betrayed Labourthe murderous Nazi was 'a Zionist'. But losing his patience, Mr Umunna deliver
Furious MP tells 'pin-up for prejudice' Ken Livingstone he's betrayed Labour
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
the murderous Nazi was 'a Zionist'. But losing his patience, Mr Umunna delivered a lengthy attack on Mr Livingstone at the Home Affairs Select committee. The MP for Streatham, south London, told him: "You were born in my constituency. You went to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Hitler WAS supporting Zionism says Ken Livingstone as he refuses to apologiseZionism and refused to apologise for saying it in a heated grilling by MPs. Us
Hitler WAS supporting Zionism says Ken Livingstone as he refuses to apologise
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
Zionism and refused to apologise for saying it in a heated grilling by MPs. Using 'Hitler' as his fifth word at the Home Affairs Select Committee, he said: "He was supporting Zionism. He wanted all the half million German Jews out". In... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Live updates as MPs grill Ken Livingstone about anti-Semitismcontroversial Hitler comments which triggered an anti-Semitism storm. The form
Live updates as MPs grill Ken Livingstone about anti-Semitism
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
controversial Hitler comments which triggered an anti-Semitism storm. The former London mayor faces a grilling from the Home Affairs Select Committee after he claimed the German tyrant supported Zionism in the 1930s. Jonathan Arkush, the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Banned from the police... for a Christian tattooreligious content, gang affiliation, drugs, aggressive animals, skulls etc...’
Banned from the police... for a Christian tattoo
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
religious content, gang affiliation, drugs, aggressive animals, skulls etc...’ And Keith Vaz, chairman of the influential Home Affairs Select Committee, said: ‘I have heard of many reasons to reject someone from the police force but this must be... Read more
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heraldscotland
Revealed: the scandal of refugees housed in 'slum conditions' in Scotlandinfections. Serco insists all accommodation is clean and meets all the required
Revealed: the scandal of refugees housed in 'slum conditions' in Scotland
heraldscotland / Posted 17 days ago
infections. Serco insists all accommodation is clean and meets all the required standards. The claims come as a Commons Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into the accommodation provided to asylum seekers in Glasgow looks set to launch later... Read more
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Breitbart
Britain Is Full Of EU Criminals But Cannot Deport Themin practice this does not happen. This is not just the view of Get Britain Out
Britain Is Full Of EU Criminals But Cannot Deport Them
Breitbart / Posted 19 days ago
in practice this does not happen. This is not just the view of Get Britain Out. It is also the view of the well-respected Home Affairs Select Committee. The Chair of the Committee and Labour MP, Keth Vaz commented: “The public would expect our... Read more
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Scotsman
Police Scotland is praised for revealing overseas workthe tax as it is controlled by the Scottish Government and not a local authorit
Police Scotland is praised for revealing overseas work
Scotsman / Posted 20 days ago
the tax as it is controlled by the Scottish Government and not a local authority. Mr Gormley had agreed to provide the Home Affairs Select Committee with the details of Police Scotland’s overseas work following an appearance last... Read more
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Christian Today
Archbishop of York: 'My conscience tells me I must vote Remain'asked for his position on the referendum but has declined to comment. He faced
Archbishop of York: 'My conscience tells me I must vote Remain'
Christian Today / Posted 20 days ago
asked for his position on the referendum but has declined to comment. He faced intensive questioning from MPs on the home affairs select committee on Tuesday but avoided revealing his views. He has previously said there was not one Christian... Read more
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Christian Today
Nigel Farage hits back at Archbishop of Canterbury over 'racism' accusationnumber of refugees in Germany because the country "can't take in all the world'
Nigel Farage hits back at Archbishop of Canterbury over 'racism' accusation
Christian Today / Posted 21 days ago
number of refugees in Germany because the country "can't take in all the world's needy". Welby on Tuesday told MPs on the home affairs select committee that Farage's remarks were an "inexcusable pandering to people's worries and prejudices". He... Read more
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Shropshire Star
D-Day heroes did not die for criminals to be protected by EU, says MP « Shropshire Starto be protected under the new European human rights laws.” He added that such
D-Day heroes did not die for criminals to be protected by EU, says MP « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 21 days ago
to be protected under the new European human rights laws.” He added that such offenders “should be deported” and said the Home Affairs Select Committee “was clearly right” to suggest the public would question the point of the UK remaining in the... Read more
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express
‘There’s a genuine fear’ Archbishop calls for action over Britain’s migration burdento splash the cash to help communities and has insisted they begin to look “fac
‘There’s a genuine fear’ Archbishop calls for action over Britain’s migration burden
express / Posted 21 days ago
to splash the cash to help communities and has insisted they begin to look “facts in the face”. Speaking to MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC), the Archbishop said the Government had to and relieve the pressure on British... Read more
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express
Farage hits back after Archbishop of Canterbury says Ukip leader is 'legitimising racism'in to showdown Cameron and Farage face grilling over EU Referendum on ITV The
Farage hits back after Archbishop of Canterbury says Ukip leader is 'legitimising racism'
express / Posted 22 days ago
in to showdown Cameron and Farage face grilling over EU Referendum on ITV The Archbishop of Canterbury told MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee that he condemned the remarks "without hesitation". Justin Welby told MPs that the remarks... Read more
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Christian Today
Archbishop of Canterbury slams Trump's Muslim ban as irrational and un-Christianleader Nigel Farage for "legitimising racism" as he became the first Church of
Archbishop of Canterbury slams Trump's Muslim ban as irrational and un-Christian
Christian Today / Posted 22 days ago
leader Nigel Farage for "legitimising racism" as he became the first Church of England head to give evidence before the home affairs select committee. The Archbishop of Canterbury was the first head of the Church of England to give evidence... Read more
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heraldscotland
Police Scotland 'adds hijab to uniform' to encourage Muslim women to join forceworn by Muslim women in police forces in England and worldwide. Chief Constabl
Police Scotland 'adds hijab to uniform' to encourage Muslim women to join force
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
worn by Muslim women in police forces in England and worldwide. Chief Constable Phil Gormley told ministers at the home affairs select committee last month that the force had ‘diversity challenges’ which included the number of ethnic... Read more
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The Hindu
Report questions move to deport thousands accused of English test fraudThe Home Office alleged that all 48,000 students who had taken the TOEIC test h
Report questions move to deport thousands accused of English test fraud
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
The Home Office alleged that all 48,000 students who had taken the TOEIC test had cheated A hard-hitting report by a Home Affairs Select Committee published on 3 June has declared that it must “seriously question” the Home Office’s judgment in light... Read more
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Daily Mirror
A small step for Hillary, a giant leap for Americathe record straight. A busy day in Parliament will also see the Archbishop of
A small step for Hillary, a giant leap for America
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
the record straight. A busy day in Parliament will also see the Archbishop of Canterbury give evidence on migration to the Home Affairs select committee, while John Whittingdale will be grilled by the Culture, Media and Sport committee on the BBC... Read more
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Scotsman
Police add hijab to uniform to attract Muslim women recruitsin England and across the world and Police Scotland is keen to replicate this g
Police add hijab to uniform to attract Muslim women recruits
Scotsman / Posted 23 days ago
in England and across the world and Police Scotland is keen to replicate this good practice.” Appearing before MPs at the home affairs select committee last month, Chief Constable Phil Gormley said his force had “diversity challenges” which... Read more
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express
Tory MP: Our troops didn’t die at D-Day so EU rapists & paedophiles can sit in UK jailssize of a small town”. Mrs May was this afternoon hauled before MPs to be quiz
Tory MP: Our troops didn’t die at D-Day so EU rapists & paedophiles can sit in UK jails
express / Posted 23 days ago
size of a small town”. Mrs May was this afternoon hauled before MPs to be quizzed on the devastating House of Commons’ Home Affairs Select Committee report. Leading eurosceptic backbencher Sir Bill Cash demanded the Cabinet minister explain... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
UK probes deportation of Indian students over ‘English test fraud’Britain’s influential Home Affairs Select Committee said on Monday it had opene
UK probes deportation of Indian students over ‘English test fraud’
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 23 days ago
Britain’s influential Home Affairs Select Committee said on Monday it had opened a “full inquiry” into the deportation of thousands of people – mostly Indians – on the basis of alleged fraud in a mandatory English language test. The panel said the... Read more
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Ekklesia
MPs raise concerns on treatment of refugees and asylum seekersprotection it gives to asylum seekers and refugees. In its latest commentary o
MPs raise concerns on treatment of refugees and asylum seekers
Ekklesia / Posted 23 days ago
protection it gives to asylum seekers and refugees. In its latest commentary on the quarterly immigration statistics, the Home Affairs Select Committee make a number of criticisms of the way the Government is currently treating asylum seekers and... Read more
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The New Statesman
Boxer Muhammad Ali has died aged 74and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at al
Boxer Muhammad Ali has died aged 74
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at all? The debate has extra heat because the home affairs select committee is currently holding an inquiry exploring the possibility of updating the legislation. (Full... Read more
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The New Statesman
Advice columns are thriving – but are they actually doing any good?and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at al
Advice columns are thriving – but are they actually doing any good?
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at all? The debate has extra heat because the home affairs select committee is currently holding an inquiry exploring the possibility of updating the legislation. (Full... Read more
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express
Home Office chaos leaves EU criminals free to stay in Britain, says Stephen Pollardof the EU’s free movement of people and our inability to deal with it. I am re
Home Office chaos leaves EU criminals free to stay in Britain, says Stephen Pollard
express / Posted 25 days ago
of the EU’s free movement of people and our inability to deal with it. I am referring to yesterday’s report by the Home Affairs Select Committee, which revealed that thousands of violent criminals from other EU states are walking our... Read more
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The New Statesman
Pimp State makes it clear our laws on prostitution are not working – so how should we change them?and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at al
Pimp State makes it clear our laws on prostitution are not working – so how should we change them?
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
and economic inequality? Is the final goal a better sex industry, or none at all? The debate has extra heat because the home affairs select committee is currently holding an inquiry exploring the possibility of updating the legislation. (Full... Read more
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Breitbart
Britain Unable To Deport Thousands Of EU Criminalsjails or even walking the streets despite the government pledging to deport the
Britain Unable To Deport Thousands Of EU Criminals
Breitbart / Posted 26 days ago
jails or even walking the streets despite the government pledging to deport them. A report by the House of Commons’ Home Affairs Select Committee found that there are now more than 13,000 foreign criminals in the UK, with nearly 6,000 free... Read more
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