She also said she hopes the new plans will see more prosecutions, with longer sentences for those convicted if a jury or judge can be convinced the crime was motivated by hate.
Germany's Green party demands travel ban for Trump to Germany
The American-British husband of Sweden's Princess Madeleine has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump, calling him "shameful" and "ignorant".
Concerned’ about Trump policy, Norway calls for ‘equal treatment’ of refugees
In a move that deviated from Denmark’s traditionally deferential approach to the United States, Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen has openly criticized President Donald Trump’s executive order
The man who will be representing Britain's interests abroad is Boris Johnson. Yes, that Boris Johnson, the tousle-haired, barrel-bellied engineer of the UK's exit from the EU.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is to join the London School of Economics as a visiting professor on a new masters course.
The LSE said the course will be run by its Centre for Women, Peace and Security, launched last year by Ms Jolie and Lord William Hague.
1. The initiative by Islamic Relief, a government-backed organisation, is an attempt to “break down barriers” and portray Islam in a positive light.
Islamic Relief has paid for hundreds of buses in London, Manchester, Leicester, Birmingham and Bradford to carry advertisements with the strapline “Subhan Allah”.
According to the Mail on Sunday, Ealing MP Rupa Huq made the comments last year at a meeting of the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, saying that the apology was something that a Labour Government “could probably get that through”.
Just last Wednesday former Labour Mayor of London Ken Livingstone called the creation of Israel “fundamentally wrong,” and “a great catastrophe.”
The accommodation for failed asylum seekers cost £6.4m to run last year but only housed 14 families for an average of three nights each.Total running costs for 2014/15 were estimated at £6,398,869 – or more than £457,000 for each family which passed through its doors.
Facilities include a “multi-sensory room”, a gym, basketball court, family and visitor lounge areas, a well-stocked library with a range of books in different languages, access to computers and the internet, landscaped gardens including a sensory garden, and children’s play areas.
The site has “24 hour healthcare, including daily access to a GP” and a chaplaincy, mosque and prayer room.
There is also a “café and dining area, where families can eat with other residents three times a day, or prepare and cook in their apartments”.
1. The U.S. President is today having a coveted private meeting with President Ali Bongo of Gabon in the Oval Office despite his appalling track record.
Bongo’s family has ruled the impoverished African nation with an iron fist for five decades and have used its oil riches to fund a life of outrageous luxury.
Meanwhile one third of people in Gabon live on less than $2 a day and thousands starve to death each year or are forced to pick through garbage to find food.
Investigations have revealed the Bongos have dozens of luxury homes in places like the French Riviera and a $120million 14-bedroom townhouse in Paris.
2. President Obama was effusive in his praise for the Special Relationship when he visited London recently, but his administration continues to slap Britain in the face over the highly sensitive Falklands issue. Washington signed on to a “draft declaration on the question of the Malvinas Islands” passed by unanimous consent by the General Assembly of the Organisation of American States (OAS) at its meeting in San Salvador yesterday, an issue which had been heavily pushed by Argentina. In doing so, the United States sided not only with Buenos Aires, but also with a number of anti-American regimes including Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela and Daniel Ortega’s Nicaragua.
Никак не могу решить, что ему лучше удается - внешняя политика или внутренняя. Все такое вкусненькое...
British Airways has compensated a passenger who was "humiliated' over its policy of not allowing single male flyers to sit next to solo child travellers on its planes.
Mr Fischer was on a flight from London back to his home in Luxembourg on 20 April 2009 when his pregnant wife Stephanie asked him to swap seats so she could sit next to the window.
Я, видимо, все-таки переоцениваю свое знание английского - imho, single male не может иметь pregnant wife. Но ведь у BBC и British Airways английский родной. Прям не знаю, что и думать.