As impressionable and vulnerable young Britons are considered at risk of radicalization, dozens may be taken into state care. Others have had their passports confiscated amid fears of extremist Islamist indoctrination.
Chancellor George Osborne’s latest budget could cut the incomes of 4 million people from black and ethnic minority communities, with Muslims among the most severely-affected groups, a new report has found.
United Russia will be led during elections by its current leader Dmitry Medvedev. Party officials said this would help make the president a non-partisan figure, but assured reporters that Vladimir Putin will always remain their “moral leader.”
The controversial Tory welfare bill that will lead to spending cuts of £12 billion was passed in parliament on Monday, despite an impassioned Labour revolt which saw a fifth of all Labour MPs voting against it.
Relations between Cuba and the US took another step forward Monday as the Cuban embassy reopened in Washington and the US embassy began operations in Havana. The agreement restoring diplomatic relations came into effect at midnight last night.