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New warning about the dangers of dog attacks

A fresh set of statistics has renewed fears about the number of dog attacks being reported across the UK.


Minister promises more efficient Visa system

Home Secretary Theresa May has unveiled plans to dramatically overhaul Britain’s Visa system, making it easier for businesspeople and performing artists to enter the country.


Mepham – Human Rights should be at heart of a free society

A well-known campaigner has said that Britain should become a “champion of human rights” at home and abroad.


Expert overlooked carbon monoxide problem

A gas fitter has admitted that he failed to identify defects on a boiler that left a family with carbon monoxide poisoning.


Trio jailed for sham marriage plan

A hapless man attempting to cheat immigration laws through a sham marriage couldn’t remember the name of his bride-to-be.


Row continues over use of surveillance powers

Human rights campaigners remain concerned about the repeated use of controversial powers to identify journalists’ sources.


Prince Charles: ‘Abide by our rules’ warning to radical muslims.

Prince Charles has hit out at radical Muslims in a rare public interview calling for those coming to, or born in the UK, to “abide by our values”.


Farm worker cracked ribs in fall through cowshed roof

A man has been fined for safety failings after a worker at an East Sussex Farm fell through a fragile cowshed roof.


May moves to counter criticism of detention facilities

The Home Secretary today announced an independent review into the welfare of immigrants held in UK detention centres prior to deportation.


Murderer’s whole life sentence does not violate human rights laws, Strasbourg rules

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has dismissed a mass murderer’s legal challenge against his whole life sentence.




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