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Britain set to begin disentangling itself from EU laws

Britain will begin the messy task of disentangling itself from EU laws today, as the first signs of hostility between London and Brussels emerged...
Malala Yousafzai at the United Nations

Malala Yousafzai urges men to ‘not clip the wings of women’

By Drew McLachlan Education activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai gave a moving speech in Canada’s parliament yesterday (12), urging the country to take a...
Asian men

Asian men involved in sham marriages in Scotland with women trafficked into slavery

Criminal gangs are tricking East Europeans into sham Scottish marriages with Asian men - selling the women for sex, labour and passports – in...
Sajda Mughal

7/7 survivor Sajda Mughal: “Manchester bombing triggered flashback of London terror attack”

A COMMUNITY activist who was caught up in the 7/7 bombings has revealed how the Manchester terror attack triggered terrifying memories of being trapped...

Briton who promoted Daesh with special cufflinks jailed for 8 years

A British man who stored material about missile systems on data sticks disguised as cufflinks and created an extensive online manual for members of...

UK survey: Europeans favour Trump-style travel ban

Majority of Europeans favour controls over immigration from Muslim countries, similar to US president Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on nationals of seven Muslim-majority...

Myanmar on trial for Rohingya genocide – the legal cases

A series of legal cases filed in recent weeks at courts across the globe have heaped pressure on Myanmar to answer for alleged atrocities...
Yovaan with his father Yevi Ilangakoon

Family appeals for bone marrow donor to save father

THE family of a man urgently in need of a bonemarrow transplant has appealed to the Asian community to donate their stem cells in...
Abir Mukherjee (Photo credit: Nick Tucker)

Award-winning author: Attracting ethnic readers the cure for ailing industry

Award-winning crime novelist Abir Mukherjee has called for a greater representation of Asian stories within the British publishing industry. With growing competition from Amazon and...
UK jihadis

Tory peer urges further surveillance in fight against UK jihadis

by REENA KUMAR INDIVIDUALS with suspected extremist views should be subjected to greater vigilance and surveillance, Britain’s former counter extremism minister has said. Lord Tariq Ahmad,...