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Woolwich Attacks: Deyka Ayan Hassan Sentenced After Tweeting People In Help For Heroes T-Shirts ‘Deserve To Be Beheaded’

A student who tweeted that people wearing Help for Heroes t-shirts “deserved to be beheaded” as news broke of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, was arrested after complaining to police about getting threatening replies, a court has heard. Deyka Ayan Hassan, 21, contacted officers after receiving hundreds of vitriolic...
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Detainees win torture claims test case

Hundreds of people who were tortured before seeking asylum in the UK could seek compensation and release from immigration detention. The High Court said the Home Office had failed to follow its own policy on releasing detainees who could show they were victims of torture. In a test case, five...
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How has immigration changed Britain?

He is answering the criticisms made not just by the white British residents but a significant number of the city’s large Asian community, who complain that eastern Europeans simply don’t integrate. Sounds like America but, in fact, this is the UK – Peterborough, to be precise. I’ve been filming in...
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New interim Directors General appointed

Sarah Rapson will lead UK Visas and Immigration, bringing her experience of managing a successful customer-focused organisation as Chief Executive of the Identity and Passport Service. David Wood will lead Immigration Enforcement, drawing on his background with the Metropolitan Police and as Director of Operations for UKBA. Permanent Secretary Mark...
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Migrations figures remain steady

Net migration to Britain remained steady at 250,000 in the year to last June, according to figures released on Thursday. The figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showed an increase from 235,000 in June 2010 but a fall from 255,000 in September 2010. The government has promised to...
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Rain-displaced need urgent aid

At least 2,000 people displaced by recent torrential rains in the area of Gatumba, on the outskirts of Burundi’s capital, Bujumbura, need food and shelter, say officials. The rains destroyed at least 400 houses and there are fears of further damage in the worst-affected Kinyinya, Mushasha and Muyange areas amid...
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Inactive Migrants Face Deportation.

Migrants who have not found work and are sleeping rough will be deported because they are not protected by the EU rules on right to free movement. Under the trial operation, more than two dozen homeless migrants in Peterborough, who are mainly Eastern Europeans, have been warned they face removal....
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