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Hindustantimes.com
Directors of Indian restaurants banned in UKdirectors ran 11 restaurants and employed, in all, 41 illegal workers, for whic
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 minutes ago
directors ran 11 restaurants and employed, in all, 41 illegal workers, for which they were fined £505,000 by the Home Office. Britain’s Indian restaurant industry has been facing a severe shortage of chefs, since rules introduced by the... Read more
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walesonline
Builder found guilty of killing his partner but cleared of murderAndrew Jones. He also told the court he had to kill her because he feared she
walesonline / Posted an hour ago
Andrew Jones. He also told the court he had to kill her because he feared she would kill him otherwise. Evidence from Home Office pathologist Dr Jonathan Medcalf cast doubt on Bird’s claims he grabbed Miss Kearns’ arm and throat and she fell... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Government will not pay Manchester full £17m needed to cover bomb costsat a meeting of the ten leaders of Greater Manchester’s 10 authorities earlier,
Manchester Evening News / Posted an hour ago
at a meeting of the ten leaders of Greater Manchester’s 10 authorities earlier, the deputy mayor, former Home Office minister Beverley Hughes, revealed that the PM appeared to get her numbers wrong in the letter.Andy Burnham has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Maddie McCann: Waitress DENIES she is the 'woman in purple'run out in September, but officers are understood to have used the 'woman in pu
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
run out in September, but officers are understood to have used the 'woman in purple' line of investigation to persuade the Home Office — which is financing the inquiry from central government funds — to grant a six-month extension. The £154,000... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Bognor Indian restaurant director banned for employing illegal workersname for the Cardamom Bay restaurant in Queensway, has also been fined £20,000
Chichester Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
name for the Cardamom Bay restaurant in Queensway, has also been fined £20,000 after two illegal workers were found by Home Office Immigration inspectors, the Insolvency Service (IS) said. Mr Lucky was disqualified on September 8, and has now... Read more
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Daily Mail
Polo player told Prince Harry to 'f*** off' during a heated matchvictims of domestic abuse in a... London's 20,000 millionaires aged under 35:
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
victims of domestic abuse in a... London's 20,000 millionaires aged under 35: Capital... Homeless Poles and Latvian take Home Office to High Court... Crooked detective inspector who accessed confidential... Can anyone stop the moped monsters?... Read more
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Daily Mail
North Korea replaces its border guards where soldier defectedBeauty! After row over whether... Chilling moment obsessed stalker prowls arou
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Beauty! After row over whether... Chilling moment obsessed stalker prowls around his... Homeless Poles and Latvian take Home Office to High Court... University students bar academic from giving a talk at... 'It appalls me that we have no... Read more
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The Register
UK emergency crews get 4G smartmobes as monkeys attempt to emerge from Reg's buttaccess in the field for the first time, allowing live video broadcasting and ac
The Register / Posted 6 hours ago
access in the field for the first time, allowing live video broadcasting and access to records and other information. A Home Office statement said "using a single ESN 4G device is more effective, efficient and less costly than using a... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Victoria Atkins MP: ‘I won’t take my eye off the ball in Louth and Horncastle’to deal with some pretty vulnerable people in court, and I hope I’ll be able to
Horncastle Today / Posted 6 hours ago
to deal with some pretty vulnerable people in court, and I hope I’ll be able to bring those experiences into my role at the Home Office.” Ms Atkins aimed to reassure constituents who have concerns that her new role would take her focus away from... Read more
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Louth Leader
Victoria Atkins MP: ‘I won’t take my eye off the ball in Louth and Horncastle’to deal with some pretty vulnerable people in court, and I hope I’ll be able to
Louth Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
to deal with some pretty vulnerable people in court, and I hope I’ll be able to bring those experiences into my role at the Home Office.” Ms Atkins aimed to reassure constituents who have concerns that her new role would take her focus away from... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Poll staff on notice for Mayo by-electionclosed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no co
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
closed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no control as to the speed at which the UK Home Office processed my application”. Former solicitor-general David Bennett told the Prime Minister that in his opinion Ms... Read more
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News.com.au
Poll staff on notice for Mayo by-electionclosed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no co
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
closed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no control as to the speed at which the UK Home Office processed my application”. Former solicitor-general David Bennett told the Prime Minister that in his opinion Ms... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Poll staff on notice for Mayo by-electionclosed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no co
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 hours ago
closed. But she insists she “took all steps that were required” and had “no control as to the speed at which the UK Home Office processed my application”. Former solicitor-general David Bennett told the Prime Minister that in his opinion Ms... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham City news: Gaffer talk; Che Adams in focusof the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season ac
birminghammail / Posted 10 hours ago
of the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season according to the latest data released by the Home Office. That’s more new banning orders than have been incurred by fans of any other club in England and Wales. West... Read more
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birminghammail
Wolves news: Paul Lambert's next move; League of shameof the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season ac
birminghammail / Posted 10 hours ago
of the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season according to the latest data released by the Home Office. That’s more new banning orders than have been incurred by fans of any other club in England and Wales. West... Read more
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Daily Mail
Father asks others to get flu jab after son dies unexpectedlyout on a cocaine-fuelled... Headmaster who starred on Come Dine With Me and ki
Daily Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
out on a cocaine-fuelled... Headmaster who starred on Come Dine With Me and killed... Homeless Poles and Latvian take Home Office go to High... Murdered mother's last moments are caught in chilling... Woman who 'claimed at least £10,000 in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Northumbria police chief pleads with MPs to back extra funding as crime risesan increase in crimes such as rape and domestic violence while officer numbers
chroniclelive / Posted 13 hours ago
an increase in crimes such as rape and domestic violence while officer numbers have been slashed by almost a quarter. The Home Office will allocate budgets to police at the end of the year, and she said it was vital that the region’s MPs made the... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
OUR TOWN: At 91, lawyer says he’s not quite ready for retirementwork, however, and Mitchell left trial law, moving into the field of estate pla
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 13 hours ago
work, however, and Mitchell left trial law, moving into the field of estate planning, wills and taxes, working out of his home office. For the last 22 years, Mitchell has led a slower life, with wife Linda and a grown daughter who lives in... Read more
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BBC News
Is Australia in a constitutional crisis?dual nationals. Six of the nine politicians had joint Australian-British citize
BBC News / Posted 17 hours ago
dual nationals. Six of the nine politicians had joint Australian-British citizenship. "More and more it seems that the Home Office in London is determining people's position in parliament in Australia more than the electorate is," says Bruce... Read more
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Daily Mail
Burkha-clad wakeboarder skims through flooded streetsvideo shows clever dog... Judge says he wants to 'knock neighbours' heads toge
Daily Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
video shows clever dog... Judge says he wants to 'knock neighbours' heads together'... Homeless Poles and Latvian take Home Office go to High... Worst polluting plastics facing a tax crackdown:... Family sue hospital after pensioner, 87, 'was... Read more
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CBS News
Grammy TV special reveals secrets behind the scenesBroadway's "Hamilton." Once Ehrlich learns the nominations, he immediately get
CBS News / Posted 23 hours ago
Broadway's "Hamilton." Once Ehrlich learns the nominations, he immediately gets to work planning the show in his home office crammed with CDs, concert DVDs and music books. Some musical combinations come quick, like pairing Ellie Goulding... Read more
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birminghammail
Police funding cuts to end as Government eases back on austerityback on austerity. Policing Minister Nick Hurd has told the Police and Crime C
birminghammail / Posted 23 hours ago
back on austerity. Policing Minister Nick Hurd has told the Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands that the Home Office knows forces nationwide are struggling to cope with cuts - and planned to give them a better settlement when next... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Almost 50 Manchester United fans are serving football banning orderswere arrested during the season in which United won the Europa League and EFL C
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
were arrested during the season in which United won the Europa League and EFL Cup, according to figures published by the Home Office today (Thursday). The figures show 24 new football banning orders were handed to United supporters last season,... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle United fans retain top spot in football banning order league of shameconsecutive year. That’s almost double the amount of any other club in the top
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
consecutive year. That’s almost double the amount of any other club in the top flight of English football, according to Home Office figures released today. However, the figures show just three new banning orders have been issued to Toon fans... Read more
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walesonline
Cardiff City fans' banning orders collapse as arrests also fallCity fans collapsed last season, while arrests were down too. The figures have
walesonline / Posted yesterday
City fans collapsed last season, while arrests were down too. The figures have been revealed in data released by the Home Office to Wales Online. The police stats show Bluebirds supporters were issued with just one new banning order last... Read more
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Business Wire
The Public Safety LTE & Mobile Broadband Market:030 - $800 Million Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecaststhe unavailability of ProSe-capable chipsets and devices, several public safety
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
the unavailability of ProSe-capable chipsets and devices, several public safety stakeholders including the United Kingdom Home Office are considering the continued use of LMR terminals to support direct-mode operation, as they migrate to LTE... Read more
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The News and Star
Sharp rise in numbers of firearms seized at UK portsoffensive weapons seized by Border Force, from 8,931 in 2015-16 to 10,935 in 20
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
offensive weapons seized by Border Force, from 8,931 in 2015-16 to 10,935 in 2016-17. The statistics were disclosed by the Home Office following a parliamentary question. A spokesman for the department said: "The UK has some of the toughest gun... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham City fans top football arrests league of shameof the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season ac
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
of the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season according to the latest data released by the Home Office. That’s more new banning orders than have been incurred by fans of any other club in England and Wales. West... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Black Friday deals at The Laureateslarge lounge area, The Tate is the ideal family home. Offering three double be
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
large lounge area, The Tate is the ideal family home. Offering three double bedrooms and a fourth bedroom perfect for a home office, The Tate is currently on the market for £315,000, with Lovell offering a Black Friday gift of £5,000 plus a Home... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Sharp rise in numbers of firearms seized at UK portsoffensive weapons seized by Border Force, from 8,931 in 2015-16 to 10,935 in 20
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
offensive weapons seized by Border Force, from 8,931 in 2015-16 to 10,935 in 2016-17. The statistics were disclosed by the Home Office following a parliamentary question. A spokesman for the department said: "The UK has some of the toughest gun... Read more
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Hunts Post
Forensic samples linked to court cases being re-tested after allegations of manipulation at labmaking of the police, the Crown Prosecution Service and the courts. “We are co
Hunts Post / Posted yesterday
making of the police, the Crown Prosecution Service and the courts. “We are continuing to work closely with the NSPCC, the Home Office and the Crown Prosecution Service and our priority is to ensure the integrity of the criminal justice... Read more
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birminghammail
Wolves are top of another league - this is one not to be proud ofof the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season ac
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
of the West Midlands side were issued with 32 new banning orders last season according to the latest data released by the Home Office. That’s more new banning orders than have been incurred by fans of any other club in England and Wales. West... Read more
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The News and Star
Three men take High Court action to avoid deportation after sleeping roughThree eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office minis
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
Three eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office ministers said they should be deported as a result of being found sleeping rough. Latvian Gunars Gureckis and Poles Mariusz Cielecki and Mariusz Perlinski, who are backed by a... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Three men take High Court action to avoid deportation after sleeping roughThree eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office minis
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
Three eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office ministers said they should be deported as a result of being found sleeping rough. Latvian Gunars Gureckis and Poles Mariusz Cielecki and Mariusz Perlinski, who are backed by a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Deceptively big reimagined villa style on Rathgar terracepedestrian rear access. C1 rated The first of the property’s three bedrooms is
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
pedestrian rear access. C1 rated The first of the property’s three bedrooms is at ground level. It has been in use as a home office. On the return is a bedroom with another deep window seat. Currently two children share the room in Flexa bunk... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Three men take High Court action to avoid deportation after sleeping roughThree eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office minis
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Three eastern European men have taken High Court action after Home Office ministers said they should be deported as a result of being found sleeping rough. Latvian Gunars Gureckis and Poles Mariusz Cielecki and Mariusz Perlinski, who are backed by a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Former cottage with big ideas in Dún Laoghaire for €995,000of 185sq m (1,991 sq ft), the house has three bedrooms, all en-suite, or four i
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
of 185sq m (1,991 sq ft), the house has three bedrooms, all en-suite, or four if you take into account the spacious study/home office at the front of the house. Couleen, a bright 185sq m (1,991 sq ft) three to four-bed detached cottage on Lower... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Sailing champ sets sale on Melbourne padof Jesse Martin after his phenomenal sailing feat. An open-plan kitchen, livin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
of Jesse Martin after his phenomenal sailing feat. An open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, gallery, lounge room and home office or bedroom are on the lower floor. Upstairs are three bedrooms: a huge main with two balconies and ensuite; a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Another senator quits over citizenshipKakoschke-Moore said she had believed she was ineligible to be a British citize
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Kakoschke-Moore said she had believed she was ineligible to be a British citizen but had approached the British Home Office last week for information as part of the new requirement for senators to table information about their... Read more
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News.com.au
Sailing champ sets sale on Melbourne padphenomenal sailing feat.Source:News Corp Australia An open-plan kitchen, livin
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
phenomenal sailing feat.Source:News Corp Australia An open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, gallery, lounge room and home office or bedroom are on the lower floor. Upstairs are three bedrooms: a huge main with two balconies and ensuite; a... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Woman whose death prompts Huyton murder investigation named locallyof the police cordon and tent in Byron Close, Huyton (Image: Liverpool Echo) "
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
of the police cordon and tent in Byron Close, Huyton (Image: Liverpool Echo) "She was pronounced deceased around 8am. A Home Office post-mortem examination was due to be carried out today to establish the cause of death. Anyone with information... Read more
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iLounge
Nuheara IQbuds True Wireless Inand a “More World” / “Less World” slider that regulates the volume of external
iLounge / Posted yesterday
and a “More World” / “Less World” slider that regulates the volume of external sounds. Locations include Workout, Street, Home, Office, Restaurant, Driving, and Plane. Each allows a different amount of sound in through the external microphones,... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Dominion Energy Warns of New Email Scamgive you a tour of the Organization and of course bring you up to date on the h
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted yesterday
give you a tour of the Organization and of course bring you up to date on the handling of your duties.You will begin your home office based position immediately I get back from an official trip I am presently on in Baltimore. There are pending... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hillary Clinton issues stern warning on artificial intelligenceto become inundated with artificial intelligence - computers that mimic the hum
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
to become inundated with artificial intelligence - computers that mimic the human brain to complete tasks for us - such as home office assistants or even robot drones. Hillary Clinton issued a stern warning about artificial intelligence in an... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What Baden-Clay told his mistressand cooked a meal, but it sometimes continued after the ankle had healed. She
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
and cooked a meal, but it sometimes continued after the ankle had healed. She said her brother set up his garage like a home office for a couple of years instead of working in a day-job because “he was wanting to be at home with Allison”. “He... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Government accused of ‘risking public safety’ by under-funding policea year, our Government grant does not cover the real cost of policing. “The Ch
Weston Mercury / Posted yesterday
a year, our Government grant does not cover the real cost of policing. “The Chief Constable and I were clear with the Home Office and the Police and Fire Minister when we presented our evidence to say policing and the safety of our communities... Read more
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Gazette
2017 BUDGET: Stroud MP David Drew and Avon and Somerset PCC Sue Mountstevens reacta year, our Government grant does not cover the real cost of policing. “The ch
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
a year, our Government grant does not cover the real cost of policing. “The chief constable and I were clear with the Home Office and the Police and Fire Minister, when we presented our evidence to say that policing and the safety of our... Read more
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Gulf News
Ninth Australian lawmaker quits as citizenship crisis widensadvice was extremely surprising to me,” Kakoschke-Moore told reporters in Adela
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
advice was extremely surprising to me,” Kakoschke-Moore told reporters in Adelaide, after having learnt from Britain’s Home Office that her mother’s birth in then-colonial Singapore in 1957 made her British by descent.Australia’s 116-year-old... Read more
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Canberra Times
Senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore quits over British citizenshipall senators would be required to provide information to the Parliament about t
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
all senators would be required to provide information to the Parliament about their family history, I approached the UK Home Office last week to obtain clarification around my citizenship status to better understand why I was ineligible for... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Police detain lone African boy at Cobham Servicesservice station by a member of staff. He added the boy was provided with a "sa
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
service station by a member of staff. He added the boy was provided with a "safe and appropriate bed" ahead of a visit by Home Office staff. The Government, meanwhile, has faced criticism for its treatment of children believed to be illegal... Read more
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