Ryad Alsous had to leave his 500 beehives behind when he fled Syria over fears for his safety as civil war descended under the hand of President Assad. Now, relocated in Huddersfield, Ryad has been able to gain a new lease of life with a beehive gifted to him and is now giving to refugees a token of hope by teaching them to have their own beehives, building the colonies of Britain’s black bees.
Teenage victim reveals he wants to stop anything ‘unpleasant’ happening to the perpetrator.
Footage of a hijab-wearing girl being pushed and shoved has emerged.
These are dangerous and divisive words. While they would be objectionable coming from anyone, they are particularly frightening coming from the current Home Secretary
Thirty men and one woman will appear in court next month.
'He hasn’t got a bad past, because he’s never been convicted of anything.'
The victim was out walking his own dog when the attack occurred
'Looks like I won't be voting today.'