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2015/01/29 18:09
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DNA testing kits used on The Jeremy Kyle Show are being snapped up by Dundee residents double-checking their family ties. Premier Hayat’s Supersave, in the Happyhillock Shopping Centre, sold...
2015/01/29 18:09
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2015/01/23 19:46
2015/01/23 19:46
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... be back in court on Monday in its bid to force a re-think of Government plans to make 1,000 extra asylum seekers a year come to the city. The council met earlier today with the Home Office in a...
2015/01/22 17:36
2015/01/22 17:36
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King’s Lynn Stars are not affected by British speedway’s ongoing non-EU visa rowKing's Lynn Stars 2015 unveiled. Pictured are Rory Schlein and Buster Chapman. Picture: Ian Burt Rory Schlein’s...
2015/01/21 13:42
2015/01/21 13:42
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Merseyside fugitive Paul Scott who was caught sneaking into the country in a light aircraft was today jailed for 14 years. Paul Scott was arrested last month as he landed at East Winch Airfield in...
2015/01/21 06:07
2015/01/21 06:07
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Patrols stepped up in Orford and Bawdsey in response to fears over illegal immigrantsOrford - by Alan Pawsey Patrols are being stepped up along a secluded stretch of the Suffolk coast over concerns...
2015/01/20 09:58
2015/01/20 09:58
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A DRUG dealer from Burnley was jailed for eight years for his role in a gang which brought £860,000 of heroin and crack cocaine into the North West. Behzad Ali was one of seven men sentenced as part...
2015/01/20 00:30
2015/01/20 00:30
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Italian authorities on Monday released a Pakistani man who was removed from an EasyJet flight to Britain minutes before take-off after it was discovered he was travelling on a fake passport. The man,...
2015/01/16 17:45
2015/01/16 17:45
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A gang who posted parcels of heroin worth almost £1m from Pakistan to Oldham have been jailed. Officers at UK Border Agency intercepted the parcels containing drugs worth nearly £900,000 and alerted...
2015/01/16 08:48
2015/01/16 08:48
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Diasporian News of Friday, 16 January 2015 Asiedu Nketia Should Be Responsible And Show Maturity In Our Ghanaian Body Politiking It has come to de notice of NPP UK a press conference held on 14th...
2015/01/15 22:37
2015/01/15 22:37
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... was very early that day [6.25am, according to his statement to police] because I’d left some work at my desk that I needed for a meeting,” Boord recalls. He has agreed to retrace his steps this...
2015/01/14 22:39
2015/01/14 22:39
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In a setback to filmstar Salman Khan, the Supreme Court Wednesday set aside the Rajasthan High Court order putting on hold his conviction in the blackbuck hunting case, and asked the high court to...
2015/01/13 09:25
2015/01/13 09:25
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Kramaric Deal Edges Closer Yesterday, Leicester City received an endorsement from the Football Association serving as support in the application for a work permit for Andrej Kramaric. The Governing...
2015/01/12 22:55
2015/01/12 22:55
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The 23-year old striker has agreed personal terms to move to the King Power Stadium on a three-and-a-half-year deal but he has thus far been unable to obtain a UK work permit. However, the Football...
2015/01/09 06:27
2015/01/09 06:27
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President François Hollande met Nicolas Sarkozy, his predecessor and opposition leader, on Thursday in the first of several meetings with politicians from across the political spectrum to build unity...
2015/01/08 13:53
2015/01/08 13:53
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A badge on UK Border Agency officer's uniform Security has been stepped up at UK ports and border controls following the terrorist atrocity in Paris. More cars and lorries are being searched on...
2015/01/07 12:18
2015/01/07 12:18
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A cannabis farmer caught growing £45,000 worth of plants claimed he thought he was growing a 'herbal cold cure'. Ha Dong, 22, was caught tending a house-based skunk cannabis farm with a potential...
2015/01/03 06:19
2015/01/03 06:19
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Police in Greater Manchester seized more than 50,000 doses of ecstasy last year, a six-fold increase. The Class A drug is usually sold as tablets but occasionally in powdered form. More than 8,000...
2015/01/03 00:51
2015/01/03 00:51
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James Brokenshire is promising reform on immigration Jobs in kebab shops, massage parlours and petrol stations were advertised as highly qualified roles to allow employers to “sponsor” workers from...
2014/12/31 19:53
2014/12/31 19:53
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THE Home Office is embroiled in multi-million pound lawsuits with companies contracted to house failed asylum seekers – raising allegations of fraud in some cases. Private firms won lucrative...
2014/12/31 00:28
2014/12/31 00:28
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Screening procedures for Ebola at Heathrow airport have been called into question.(Luke MacGregor/Reuters) Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse being treated for Ebola should not have been allowed to leave...
2015/01/29 18:09
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