“The question is, what is the threshold that we find acceptable? What freedoms and rights and prosperity are we prepared to give up in favour of more security?”
“It’s a disgrace how this can happen in modern society.”
Many more deportees are living in fear for their lives after being deported to a country that they have never known as home.
Inquiry finds Church of England failed in its obligations to protect children concerned in historic sex abuse cases.
Sarah Canning told top politicians that they must help legalise same-sex marriage and abortion in Northern Ireland while at the funeral of her partner, Lyra McKee, a journalist who was murdered covering riots.
Rates of PTSD in police officers and staff are nearly five times higher than the wider population.
In 2017, the police recorded 156 threats made against MPs, a figure which rose 126 percent to 342 threats made in 2018.
“My whole family was wiped out by the fire. Their voices can no longer be heard. I have to represent them. I owe it to them.”
Further delays in the asylum application process could see a spike in legal challenges, as well as a decline in health among asylum seekers.
“This powerful message can help end the HIV pandemic by preventing HIV transmission, and tackling the stigma and discrimination that many people with HIV face.”