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Trump protesters threaten legal action against ‘jittery’ police

Met police bars stage and sound system at London rally, which expects 60,000 people Donald Trump protesters have said they are prepared to launch legal action against the Metropolitan police after they were denied permission for a stage and sound system at a demonstration on Friday. Tens of thousands of people are expected in central London to protest against the ...

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Donald Trump arrives in UK for start of contentious visit

US president touches down at Stansted before travelling by helicopter to London Donald Trump has arrived in the UK for a four-day visit which will feature talks with Theresa May, tea with the Queen, and mass protests including a giant Trump baby blimp being flown over Westminster. Trump’s plane touched down at Stansted airport, in Essex, from Brussels, where he ...

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Brexit white paper seeks free movement for skilled workers and students

Document says ‘depth of relationship between peoples of UK and EU’ must be recognised Businesses should be able to move “their talented people” from the UK to the European Union – and vice versa – after Brexit, according to the government’s much anticipated strategy white paper. The document, published on Thursday, also says the government is prepared to allow EU ...

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‘Not acceptable’: officers policing Trump visit sleeping on mats

Police Federation says conditions are worse than cells for officers working away from home Officers policing Donald Trump’s trip to the UK are being forced to sleep in unacceptable conditions worse than cells, rank and file police have complained as the government reveals it is expecting more than 100 separate protests over the visit. Members of the Police Federation circulated ...

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Theresa May promises ‘orderly’ Brexit as two more Tories quit

PM receives modest endorsement from Angela Merkel after Chequers deal Theresa May has insisted she can achieve a “smooth and orderly Brexit”, at a press conference with Angela Merkel on a day when two Conservative party vice-chairs resigned in protest at her soft Brexit negotiating plan. The prime minister sought to reassert her authority over her party as she appeared ...

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Despite Being Betrayed by the Leaders of the Brexit Campaign, BCA  Held an Extremely Successful Demonstration in the Palace of Westminster

Bangladesh Caterers Association held a highly successful protest at the Palace of Westminster on the 10th of July 2018 to lobby for change of the discriminatory policies that has damaged one of the greatest British immigration success stories of all times, that of the Great British Curry Industry. The Protest organised and attended by over 2000 members and regional supporters ...

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Theresa May’s new-look cabinet meets amid Brexit turmoil

Theresa May’s new-look cabinet has met for the first time after a string of resignations over her Brexit strategy left her government in crisis. Mrs May was forced to carry out a reshuffle of her top team after Boris Johnson and David Davis both quit. The prime minister has warned the Tory party it must unite or face the prospect ...

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Jeremy Hunt replaces Boris Johnson amid Brexit turmoil

Theresa May has launched a reshuffle of her top team after a string of resignations over her Brexit strategy plunged her government into crisis. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been named as the new foreign secretary after Boris Johnson quit, accusing Mrs May of pursuing a “semi-Brexit”.   His departure followed that of Brexit Secretary David Davis and several junior ...

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UK asylum seekers who face destitution ‘wait months’ for support

Charity criticises government over delays in official help for those claiming asylum Asylum seekers deemed to be facing imminent destitution are still being forced to wait months for government support, a leading charity has warned. A person who has claimed asylum can receive financial support – £5.39 a day – and accommodation within 14 days if they are considered to ...

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Boris Johnson resigns as foreign secretary

Senior Conservative becomes third minister to walk out over Theresa May’s Brexit plan Boris Johnson has resigned as foreign secretary, becoming the third minister in 24 hours to walk out of the government rather than back Theresa May’s plans for a soft Brexit. The prime minister hammered out a compromise with her deeply divided cabinet in an all-day meeting at ...

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