The Home Office reportedly will pass a provision for the first time to send migrants to an ‘African hub’ asylum processing centre.
Maz, daughter of slain Mohammed Saleem who was killed by a white supremacist in England, has launched #IAmMohammedSaleem campaign in a bid to force Downing Street to finally adopt “the people’s definition of Islamophobia”.
For those of us working from home because our lives have been upended by the coronavirus that is sweeping the world, a light at the end of the tunnel is sometimes all we need.
The pandemic and the George Floyd protests give society a rare window to push for change.
A Turkish citizen in London is dealing with these hard times with grace, and she's thankful for the power of technology.
Johnson forced the resignation of his finance minister this month as part of a shake-up of how the government functions amid reports that he wants to change other top government officials.
Stripping Shamima Begum of her citizenship has triggered questions about leaving a 19-year-old mother with a militant's child to fend for herself in a war zone. Her fate illustrates the conundrum governments face as the war in Syria winds down.
English Premier League clubs may have to lower the number of overseas players as the English Football Association (FA) wants to boost the number of homegrown players.
It's been two years since Britiain decided to leave the EU, and the UK's global political and economic influence has since diminished. Can Britain avoid being reduced to a footnote?
There are an estimated 13,000 victims of modern slavery in Britain, defined as those paid below minimum wage and often held against their will, according to the country's government.
The controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, nicknamed the "Snoopers' Charter," has formally passed into law. An official petition calling for the act to be repealed has attracted over 140,000 signatures.
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