A campaign email said there was a need to boost turnout on polling day.
The MP for Bradford West, who was suspended from the party last week over allegations of anti-Semitism, told a panel of MPs she will step aside while an investigation into the matter is underway.
In a statement, Kingston mosque said his strategy risked dividing Londoners and was using the Muslim community as a political pawn.
When asked whether he could name a single film or actor, the Conservative party’s London mayoral candidate said: “I can’t think of a favourite.”
The government “won’t be supported with a simple resistance to the amendment”, David Burrowes MP told BuzzFeed News as he called for further action.
Talks will be held next week between the Electoral Commission, the Crown Prosecution Service, and police forces, it was revealed on Thursday.
The Jewish Labour Movement and at least 39 Labour MPs have called on Jeremy Corbyn to suspend the former mayor of London.
Heidi Allen told BuzzFeed News the failure to accept child refugees “sends a very poor message that MPs don’t care. And not enough cared.”
The emotional moment occurred after a jury concluded that the 96 victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster had been “unlawfully killed” due to police negligence.
The health secretary made the revelation on Tuesday as tens of thousands of junior doctors began a full walkout of the NHS.
In her first major speech of the EU referendum campaign, the home secretary backed Remain but said the UK should quit the human rights convention as it can “bind the hands of parliament”.
Maina Kiai, a UN special rapporteur, said the Prevent strategy was being implemented in way that led to “crude racial, ideological, cultural and religious profiling”.
A spokesperson for Zac Goldsmith insisted he would treat hate crime “as a top priority” if elected mayor of London.
Labour MPs accused David Cameron of racism after he questioned the Labour mayoral candidate’s judgment for appearing on a platform with a radical Muslim cleric “nine times”.
But new guidance from the Association of School and College Leaders also recommends that pupils who show signs of dehydration should be asked to break their fast.
With “renewed fears over Islamophobia”, studying closer to home is seen as a safer option, said Sufia Alam of the Maryam Centre.
At least 15 elected Conservative figures publicly criticised chancellor George Osborne on Monday. One even produced a fake Treasury report on the back of an envelope.
“Each generation wants the next to have a better future than they did. If we leave the EU, that aspiration withers and dies,” Labour’s shadow chief secretary to the Treasury, Seema Malhotra, will warn.
The cabinet minister suggested the US president “perhaps doesn’t understand” Britain’s relationship with the EU.