The UK Home Secretary Priti Patel believes the Zimbabweans "committed murder, rape and other despicable crimes."
The controversial UK Borders Bill has been presented to parliament and if passed, it will pave the way for migrants and refugees to be held outside the UK in detention centres or a third country.
The Home Office reportedly will pass a provision for the first time to send migrants to an ‘African hub’ asylum processing centre.
The apology comes after an independent inquiry into the BBC interview found that Martin Bashir “deceived and induced” Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer to secure the interview. Bashir last week left the BBC, citing health issues.
London police chief Cressida Dick said she was not considering resigning and backed her officers after criticism of how they dispersed mourners at a vigil for a murdered woman.
Statues celebrating 'icons' who helped create a racist system, perpetuate the racist system.
Speaking to TRT World, Aristotle Kallis, an expert on fascism, says the group represents a significant, terrifying deeper threat as they normalise the most extreme racist, xenophobic, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic views.
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.
British PM Boris Johnson quickly appointed Javid's deputy Rishi Sunak, a loyal supporter of the prime minister who has often been put in front of the cameras to sell government policy.
The British government promised sweeping changes to the system for dealing with convicted terrorists released from prison after a man stabbed two people in a busy south London street on Sunday.
The resignation of one of British Prime Minister's most trusted allies leaves May struggling to navigate the final year of tortuous Brexit negotiations.
Overseas aid minister Priti Patel reportedly raised the possibility of Britain diverting aid to the Israeli army during one of her trips.
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