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Oye! News from England
The government's independent reviewer of terrorism laws, David Anderson QC has questioned a proposed plan in the recently announced counter-terrorism and security bill on Wednesday which aims to exclude British terror suspects from the U.K. if they go abroad to fight with extremist groups.
The shadow education secretary, Tristram Hunt has warned the private schools over stripping their tax privileges worth an estimated £700 million if they fail to contribute to help the state sector under a Labour government.
The Labour party have urged the independent
Prime Minister David Cameron has attacked the U.S. based web companies on Tuesday over failure to track down terrorists to prevent Lee Rigby’s murder following a report that uncovered a message where an Islamic extremist contemplated the attack.
Fusilier Rigby was brutally murdered after being mown
Home secretary Theresa May has unveiled new counter-terrorism measures in response to current increased terror threat level being faced by Britain.
The measures are set be introduced as a part of a new Counter Terrorism and Security Bill in Parliament during an event in London this week.
Non-emergency phone numbers for British police forces across the country and the nationwide NHS 24 hour helpline have been restored after they encountered technical faults on Saturday.
Both services had suffered problems for up to two hours before the issues were resolved.
U.K. Independence Party MP Mark Reckless has regained his seat through a victory in the Rochester and Strood by-election, providing the party its second seat in British Parliament.
The former Conservative won 16,867 votes for his new party, beating his former party with a
Three British suspects facing terrorism offences have appeared in court on Thursday over an alleged beheading plot against some U.K. citizen.
Yousaf Shah Syed, 19, from High Wycombe, Bucks, Nadir Ali Sayed, 21, from Hounslow, and Haseeb Hamayoon, 27, from Hayes, were arrested following
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