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Prosecutors Will No Longer Prosecute Illegal Migrants

A new deal between prosecutors, police, border agents, the National Crime Agency (NCA), and the Home Office will see prosecutions for illegal entry largely abandoned, except possibly in cases involving people who have previously been deported.

Covid: Children's extremely low risk confirmed by study

The overall risk of children becoming severely ill or dying from Covid is extremely low, a new analysis of Covid infection data confirms.

Prosecutors drop Troubles cases against ex-soldiers

Two Army veterans facing murder charges from the Northern Ireland Troubles, including on Bloody Sunday in 1972, will now not face trial.

The cases involve individuals known as Soldier F and Soldier B.

Bang on the Money!

Another day, another set of headlines about the Channel migrant crisis. It often seems that the biggest ‘people smugglers’ of the lot are the UK Border Force and the Royal Navy.

Migrants found on FERRY in Dover

Eighteen migrants have been found on a ferry in Dover after smuggling themselves aboard at Calais for the 27-mile journey over the English Channel. 

Good news: BBC TV licence figures plunge!

Thousands of households scrapped paying for the national broadcaster over the course of last year. The data was revealed as part of the TV Licensing annual review for 2020-2021. 

More than 600 migrants arrived in the UK in the first four days of July

More than 600 migrants have made the crossing to English shores by small boat in the first four days of July.

Face masks cause children to inhale six times the safe limit of carbon dioxide

New research published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) has found that wearing a face mask causes children to inhale dangerous levels of carbon dioxide that becomes trapped behind the mask.

Rochdale Grooming Gang Rapists STILL Appealing Deportation

Rapists belonging to one of the UK’s most notorious child grooming and rape gang cases are fighting their deportations to Pakistan using the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), claiming that their removals breach their rights to a private and family life.