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Call for two years further freedom of movement after Brexit

3 hours ago
Britain would face labour shortages in London and the south-east from a no-deal Brexit, according to a report calling for the government to extend freedom of movement for EU migrants to protect the wider economy. The Centre for Cities thinktank urged Emergency talks to keep the lights on after BrexitBrexit news: EU citizens will be secure if no deal agreed, says Dominic RaabEU not impressed by UK's no-deal Brexit blame game, says Michel Barnier

Rayners Lane shooting: Hunt to find men after 'shoot-out' between two groups during rush-hour

4 hours ago
Police officers are now treating the incident in Rayners Lane as a suspected shoot-out between two groups of men close to the tube station. The first gunshot was fired shortly after 5pm in Alexandra Avenue on Tuesday (August 21).Two injured in shooting at Rayners Lane stationLondon bloodbath: Armed police swarm as 'two shot' at tube station - 2nd shooting in 24hrsTwo men shot outside Tube station in latest London violence

Windrush row: Javid's apology overshadowed by new removal figures

9 hours ago
Home secretary to apologise to 18 people but Home Office says 164 may have been wrongly told to leave. Amelia Gentleman · @ameliagentleman. Tue 21 Aug 2018 14.08 EDT First published on Tue 21 Aug 2018 08.14 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on ...Windrush: Government admits 83 British citizens may have been deported due to scandal but will only apologise to 18Windrush generation: Formal apology for 18 peopleWindrush scandal: Home Office review identifies 164 cases

Lancashire police force backs officer filmed slapping girl during arrest

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The chief constable of Lancashire gave his full support yesterday to one of his officers who was filmed slapping and pulling the hair of a teenage girl as she resisted arrest. The altercation between the officer and the 14-year-old girl was filmed on a Police defend officer filmed 'slapping' teenage girlPolice defend officer who slapped girl, 14, round face in violent arrestOfficer who slapped teenage girl used 'reasonable force'

Jeremy Corbyn to meet Glasgow asylum seekers facing eviction

1 hour ago
Jeremy Corbyn will meet asylum seekers facing eviction in Glasgow as he continues a four-day visit to Scotland. The UK Labour leader will call for asylum and refugee accommodation to be taken out of the hands of private companies and transferred to Labour must shrug off its constitutional torporCorbyn criticises May over refugees after Glasgow eviction threatIsrael's bogus definition of anti-Semitism will unleash havoc in Labour

Talk of a no-deal Brexit is lunacy and it's killing business confidence

9 hours ago
Business's summer worries may be only the calm before the storm. This used to be the time when business people could relax before the great return to work. Not this year. Businesses, according to the surveys, have that sinking feeling. Confidence is Bernard Ingham: No future for Labour unless it ditches Jeremy CorbynAndrew McKie: The people have voted, and the result must be allowed to standLabour under pressure to shift Brexit stance as Co-op party plans vote on new referendum

'Grotesque' killer driver jailed for Trafford Park crash

7 hours ago
A speeding driver who killed a teenage girl in an "act of grotesque selfishness" at a "car cruise" has been jailed for nine years and nine months. Scott Watkins, 25, ploughed into onlookers, killing Sophie Smith, 19, when he lost control of a BMW 'Cruise' driver Scott Watkins jailed for killing teen in 'act of grotesque selfishness'The 'grotesquely selfish' driver who snuffed out a life and left two men in wheelchairs after trying to driftTrafford crash driver who killed teen after ploughing into crowd sentenced

Golden eagle chicks released to boost south of Scotland population

10 hours ago
A long-awaited project to boost the population of golden eagles in the south of Scotland has taken off. Three young golden eagles have been released into the wild at a secret location in the Moffat Hills. They were moved from nests in the Highlands The eaglets have landed in a secret new homeGolden eagles released in south of Scotland in 'groundbreaking' projectA new start for Golden Eagles as trio move to the south

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