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The leader of a council set to clear the UK's largest illegal travellers' site has said: "All preparations have been completed
Travellers living on Dale Farm in Essex are steadying themselves for eviction after they lost a final appeal against the
Residents of Dale Farm, the UK's largest illegal travellers' site, have been refused permission to appeal against a High
Residents of the UK's largest illegal travellers' site are to return to court in the latest round of their long-running battle
Residents of the Dale Farm travellers’ site have lost their High Court battle against eviction. Basildon Council has been
Residents of Dale Farm, the UK's largest illegal travellers' site, will have to wait until next week to learn whether they
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Residents of the UK's largest illegal travellers' site are to launch their latest legal battle against
Travellers resisting eviction from Dale Farm have applied to English Heritage to gain official protection for the scaffold
Travellers fighting to stay on the UK's biggest illegal site - at Dale Farm near Basildon, Essex - won the latest round of
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Travellers fighting to stay on the UK's biggest illegal site are due to discover whether they have won
Mary Slattery's careworn face belies the uncertainty of the situation the Dale Farm travellers find themselves in. At 57 years old, she has already lost her only daughter, a trainee nurse, and now will potentially lose the place she calls home.
A High Court judgement on the eviction of travellers from Dale Farm in Essex has been delayed until Monday afternoon following
Europe's human rights watchdog has called for the legalisation of long-established traveller sites - even if they breach
Travellers living on Britain's largest illegal site face eviction on Monday, as one resident pleaded with David Cameron to
A last-ditch bid to halt the clearance of the UK's largest illegal travellers' site at Dale Farm in Essex has been rejected
The eviction of travellers from the Dale Farm site in Essex would "violate international law", a United Nations adviser has
A United Nations team is to visit the UK's largest illegal traveller settlement ahead of a planned eviction. The UN Advisory
The UK is seeing a rise in the number of rough sleepers being exploited and enslaved by criminal gangs, charities are warning
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Four men are due to appear in court charged with slavery offences relating to four people found at a
Four men have been charged with slavery offences relating to four people found at a travellers' site in Bedfordshire, the