The Labour leader said the uncensored documents reveal Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s lies of the NHS not being up for trade talks, with the US wanting “total market access” to the health system post-Brexit.
The Home Office-backed group, which received its funding from the UK’s counter-extremism programme, has reportedly tweeted about Labour and Corbyn “more than 200 times” since February 2018.
The influential World-Check blacklist names hundreds of thousands of Muslims as “potential risks” despite there being no proof of any offences.
Mr Sultan Choudhury, ex-CEO of Al Rayan Bank, has been adversely affected after The Times published a “misleading” and “libellous” article inferring he made comments about female genital mutilation.
The Labour Party’s emergency motion condemns the region’s “complete lockdown” and leads to the cancellation of an annual dinner with the High Commission of India.
Police say that seven of 22 major plots since March 2017 were driven by ‘far-right extremism’
A website trying to influence Muslim sisters was EXPOSED as being run by non-Muslims receiving government funds…
In response to CAGE’s recent report on Schedule 7, SACC has asked the Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Tackling Islamophobia to look into the usage of the controversial ‘anti-terror’ power.
Tens of thousands of people are subject to ‘suspicionless stops’, with law enforcement using controversial counter-terrorism powers to detain Muslims for up to six hours.
Khalid had been left with burns covering 60% of his body after being set on fire for refusing to chant a Hindu slogan. Police, however, have rejected this report and instead claim the teenager had set himself on fire.