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Cabinet fixing: Liz Truss has replaced Dominic Raab as foreign secretary. Raab will appointed as deputy prime minister, lord chancellor and justice secretary
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has replaced Dominic Raab as foreign secretary. Raab demotion comes after he was heavily criticised for being on holiday as the Taliban took power in Afghanistan and for lying in his public testimony.
UK Reshuffles Cabinet For Post-Pandemic Recovery
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who deputised as premier last April when Johnson was in intensive care with COVID-19, has faced sustained criticism for his handling of the Afghanistan crisis.
UK: gunman blasted five people to death in Plymouth before turning his gun on himself
The gunman who blasted five people to death in Plymouth before turning his gun on himself was tonight named by locals as apprentice crane operator Jake Davison, 23, from the Devon city
UK deportation flight to Jamaica leaves with 7 people onboard
A charter flight to Jamaica left the UK with around seven people on board after dozens had their tickets cancelled in the days and hours before it was due to set off.
Amid Increased Taliban Violence, UK Aims To Relocate 2,500 Afghan Translators
In response to pressure after US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, UK accelerated its relocation scheme for Afghan local staff in May.
"Barbaric Practice": UK Could Make Street Harassment Of Women A Crime
The government is pledging to improve legislation after the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard, a young woman walking home in London, sparked widespread anger at women's lack of safety in public spaces.
"Racism Is A Problem In UK And...": Boris Johnson Vows To Tackle Online Racist Abuse
Johnson and his interior minister, Priti Patel, have come under fire for some of their earlier comments since three black soccer players were subjected to online racist abuse after England's defeat in the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday.
England's Black players face racial abuse after Euro 2020 defeat
Black players in the England soccer team have been subjected to a storm of online racist abuse after their defeat in the final of Euro 2020, drawing wide condemnation from the squad's captain, manager, royalty, religious leaders and poli...
Johnson and Patel accused of hypocrisy over racist abuse of England footballers
PM and home secretary criticised despite condemning racism aimed at players after match
I won't apologise for who I am - Rashford
England and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford apologised for his penalty shootout miss but said he "will never apologise for who I am" after he was one of three players subjected to racist abuse following England's Euro 2020 fina...
'You're not England fans' captain Kane tells racists
England captain Harry Kane has told those behind the racist abuse of team-mates Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka: "You're not an England fan and we don't want you."
The UK plans to send people smugglers to prison for life, but they aren't scared of being caught, so the boats will keep on coming
Record numbers of migrants are risking their lives crossing the Channel in dinghies, while a new UK bill sets out life sentences for traffickers – but these criminals don't fear the law when they're making millions from misery.
Daniel Morgan: Met Police accused of 'form of corruption' in report
The Metropolitan Police was institutionally corrupt in the way it concealed or denied its failings over the unsolved murder of Daniel Morgan, a report has found.
Daniel Morgan report 'deeply alarming', says Patel
The Met Police has been accused of "institutional corruption" for concealing or denying failings over the unsolved murder.
‘We should be doing this too’: Brits get envious of Denmark after Copenhagen passes bill to deport asylum seekers for processing
Britons, angered by a surge of migrants landing on the UK’s shores this May, have been quick to extol the virtues of a new Danish law which allows the government to deport and process asylum seekers from third-party nations.
UK immigration law hoards the spoils of colonialism
Britain enriched itself by exploiting other countries and their people, called them part of the British Empire, and now it’s shutting its doors and treating them like criminals.
Patel unveils digital visa to help ‘count people entering and leaving UK’
US-style electronic travel authorisation will automatically determine the eligibility of visitors in advance
UK wants online content rules (except for politicians)
The country’s Online Safety Bill imposes hefty penalties on social media firms that don’t protect people online.
UK ministers urged to make tech giants responsible for scams
Coalition of organisations including City of London police and Which? demand social media sites vet adverts
Travellers will be ‘ethnically cleansed’ by the British government’s draconian law proposals that criminalise their way of life
Most of the controversy over the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has raged around its effect on protests, yet very little attention is being given to how it will decimate a historic way of life for thousands of people.
Former Police Chiefs Warn UK is Drifting Towards 'Paramilitary' Style Policing With New Crime Bill
The Police, Crime, Sentencing, and Courts Bill being pushed through parliament includes serious criminals being released half-way through their jail terms, as well as allowing up to ten-year sentences for "nuisance" protestors.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey in bid to force Google to stop bank scams
The governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, is demanding that internet giants be forced to take down fraudulent websites.
Arrests as thousands march against Covid lockdown in London
Police order crowds to disperse after demonstrators gather in Hyde Park for Piers Corbyn speech
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