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UK Will Not Send Albanian Migrants Back Home if they Claim Asylum

Despite initial claims to the contrary, Albanian migrants who illegally enter Britain on small boats will not be sent home if they claim asylum, the UK Home Office has now admitted.

Islamist preacher accused of inflaming tensions in Leicester, UK

An Islamist preacher has been accused of 'stirring up hatred' in Leicester.

Mohammed Hijab, who is a self-described scholar, travelled up to the East Midlands city from London last weekend where he was seen calling some Hindus 'pathetic weak, cowardly people'.

Truss plans to loosen immigration rules

Immigration rules are set to be loosened, supposedly as part of Liz Truss’s mission to boost growth.

The Prime Minister is expected to expand the Government’s shortage occupation list in order to help businesses fill vacancies by more easily recruiting overseas workers.


Cost of Living crisis: Sunday roast in decline as a fifth of people not using oven

A quarter of cooks say they are now less likely to prepare a Sunday roast and nearly a fifth say they will no longer use their oven at all as they respond to the cost-of-living crisis, a survey suggests.

Thousands waiting in tents to cross Channel in small boats

In woodland near the Dunkirk suburb of Grande-Synthe, many tents and other make-shift structures have been erected, evidence, if evidence is needed, of thousands of people camped around Dunkirk and Calais, waiting to cross the English Channel in small boats.

It comes as another 656 people made the journey in 15 inflatable boats on Friday.


Picture of 1963 bus boycott will replace stained glass tribute to slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol church

A picture of a 1963 civil rights bus boycott will replace a stained glass tribute to slave trader Edward Colston in a Bristol church. 

Today: Westminster Abbey invite visitors to pay their respects free of charge after state funeral

Westminster Abbey is inviting visitors to pay their respects free of charge after it hosted the Queen's state funeral.

Firefighter sacked from his union for backing Leave wins £8,300 payout

A pro-Brexit firefighter who was sacked from his union for backing Leave has won an £8,300 payout after his bosses launched a 'witch hunt' to get rid of him. 

Support for Scotland Leaving United Kingdom Falls After Queen’s Death

Support for Scotland leaving the United Kingdom has fallen significantly in the wake of the Queen’s death, with overall support for the monarchy rising in other parts of the British Commonwealth.

The death of Queen Elizabeth II has seen support for Scotland separating from England, Wales, and Northern Ireland drop significantly, with polling indicating that anti-Britain sentiments in the country have dropped by as much as six points since June.