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The cost of hard Brexit to Britain’s

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :     Since no one could imagine no deal, this fudge was left in the oven. It is now baked to a cinder, as Johnson and his anti-European aide Dominic Cummings play tough with the EU. With no deal in the offing and hard borders in preparation on all sides. In just over 90 days, the ...

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Bangladeshi film to world premiere at BFI London

Ansar Ahmed Ullah:   Rezwan Shahriar Sumit’s debut feature The Salt in our Waters (Nonajoler Kabbo) is representing Bangladesh at the 64th British Film Institute (BFI) London Film Festival. The film will be streaming across the UK region between 13 Oct – 17 Oct.  It is playing alongside films such as Ammonite starring Kate Winslet and Soairse Ronan, and Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland ...

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Priti Patel pledges to fix ‘broken’ asylum system in UK

  Home Secretary Priti Patel has pledged to fix the “fundamentally broken” asylum system in the UK to make it “firm and fair”. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, she promised to introduce legislation next year for the “biggest overhaul” of the system in “decades”. And she said those against her plans were “defending the indefensible”. It comes after it ...

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Brexit: PM and EU chief agree importance of finding trade deal

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have “agreed the importance” of finding a post-Brexit trade deal, Downing Street has said. They agreed progress has been made in talks between the EU and UK but “significant gaps” remain, No 10 said. Both have instructed their chief negotiators to “work intensively” in order to try to ...

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Islam is humiliated because of Muslims’ lacking in prudency.

Fatema Miah: My dua for those been hurting me deliberately,  with  intention, by plotting with zeal  and for  their sick and bad mindedness, throughout my life.  My feeling saying/crying someone or some people are not happy, feeling pain and I feel sad too for that. During  hajj, in 2018. Eventually, per stress in hajj,  I had a hard break down ...

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Pakistan Draws Red-line For Social Media

By Matiar Chowdhury:     Pakistan has just drawn a redline for the Social Media, and insulated the Armed Forces from so called “hatred” and “disrespectful” behaviour. “Whosoever intentionally ridicules, brings into disrespect or defames the Armed Forces of Pakistan or a member thereof, he shall be guilty of an offence punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend ...

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Sir Keir Starmer condemns ‘inhuman’ asylum ferries idea

Proposals to process asylum seekers in disused ferries are “inhuman”, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said. He accused the government of “lurching from one ridiculous proposition to the next”. According to Refugee Action, 35,566 asylum applications were made in 2019 down from a peak of 84,000 in 2002. Top Home Office civil servant Matthew Rycroft said “everything is on ...

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World today 

  Fatema Miah:   Year 2020 suddenly opened up to be  a recession year. COVID-19 forced the entire world to  a credit crunch, along with the crises of pandemic  threats to humans life, to health and forced to future cognitive disfunctionality what forseen to be decelerating in progressive rate as it was going up. We, in our generation have seen ...

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Historic Petticoat Lane to get funding boost for heritage restoration

  Tower Hamlets’ renowned Petticoat Lane market area is to receive more than £600,000 worth of investment after being named a High Street Heritage Action Zone. Working with Historic England, the funding is aimed at restoring shop fronts in Wentworth Street and the Victorian public toilets in Leyden Street. The £95 million government-funded programme is aimed at helping businesses recover ...

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