The five things you need to know on Tuesday November 3, 2015... 1) CAMERON'S MIG PROBLEM The Guardian and Times have beaten
Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey are routinely cited in debates on the humanitarian crisis caused by Daesh but large numbers of
Councils across England and Wales have called on the Government to “urgently resolve” how the refugee relocation scheme will
The tenth anniversary of the 7/7 Al Qaeda bombings, in which 52 people were slaughtered in London, coincided last week with
Brexit Shouldn't Worry Us Even If It Means Scottish Independence, Says Foreign Affairs Committee Chair
Cameron's attempts to convince Europe to pay attention to British complaints have been made even harder by the crisis in
The Magna Carta Anniversary: An Occasion to Take Stock of Our Progress Towards Realising Rights and Equality
With attention focused on the very beginning of fundamental rights protection as well as the successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals, 2015 is an opportunity to refocus and reinvigorate our efforts towards achieving equality of rights for all.
"Michael Gove believes there has been a plot by extremist Muslims to take over schools in Birmingham and is preparing to
It is shaming to have so many people locked up in our prisons, not for what they have done but for what they might do in the future. This is not to mention the costs to the public purse of holding thousands of people in prison beyond their tariff expiry date.
More than half of all criminals ordered to wear an electronic tag break the terms of their curfew, a review has found. Some
Prisoners are to receive specialist support to help them find work when they completed their sentence, the government has