London’s police force previously released a statement saying that anyone viewing extremist material within the UK may be committing a criminal offence.
The business secretary announced last week that the government would end arms exports if military hostilities started again.
A video emerged last night appearing to show photojournalist James Foley being beheaded by a member of ISIS.
The Community Security Trust received 240 reports of anti-Semitism in the UK in July. “It’s the underlying anti-Semitism.”
The shadow education secretary told BuzzFeed that he was wrong to call them a “waste of time” in 2012, a view that was based on his own life experience.
The “Life in the UK” test isn’t quite as easy as you might think. Like those really taking the test, you need 75% to pass. Questions inspired by theuktest.com.
Although the leaflets do not specifically cite the militant group terrorising civilians in Iraq and Syria, they refer to an “established” Islamic state.
We spoke to those working alongside the mayor at City Hall. What can we expect if he becomes Conservative party leader?
“Die-ins” in Sainsbury’s stores, boycotts of shops that stock Israeli goods, and protests involving people locking their necks to poles in government departments are becoming increasingly common. And it doesn’t look like they’ll end soon.
The Irish senator called for an expulsion of the Israeli ambassador and condemned military attacks on schools in Gaza. “Israel’s policy is shoot first and weep after,” he said.
But he also wants to complete his term as mayor of London until 2016.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned from her post in the UK government today over its position on Gaza. But it turns out there’s more interest in the story from elsewhere.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned on Tuesday morning after calling the UK government’s policy on Gaza “morally indefensible”. But what exactly is government policy on the conflict?
Tonight the UK is commemorating the conflict’s 100-year anniversary by turning off its lights at 10pm for one hour to remember the 888,246 British and Colonial soldiers who lost their lives fighting for Britain. Here is one poppy for each of them.
A truly touching message.
The government would need to pass legislation before it could pass on personal data from one department to another.
Um thanks, that’s really kind of you to send me a card, but I’m not Muslim.