Mulumebet Girma, 33, rose through the ranks and was even put on the cover of a council magazine after failing to disclose her criminal past when applying for the position.
The Ethiopian former model was jailed in 2008 for 10 years for helping brother-in-law Hussain Osman flee after his plot to kill Tube passengers, two weeks after the July 7 attacks killed 52 people.
Islamophobic attacks against mosques in Greater Manchester have risen dramatically post Manchester Arena attack, according to official figures released by Greater Manchester Police. Nine attacks on mosques were reported to police between March and June this year compared with none during the same period in 2016.
Many Muslims living in Greater Manchester have reported to the police and other online organisations a rise in assaults, abuse and attacks on property in the immediate aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.
The prime minister says institutions must “explain or change” any variations when data is released later on Tuesday.
It is expected to show unemployment for black, Asian and minority ethnic people at nearly double that of white British adults, and disparity in who owns their own home.
Man arrested in connection with attack – one of several incidents in four cities that have left left two dead and several injured.
Glenn Okafor confronted members of the Jewish community in Stamford Hill, east London on March 4, shouting ‘f*** you Jewish people’ and told the group ‘you lot should go back to your own country’.
The 32-year-old also told worshippers: ‘We will sort you out. I have friends. I’ll be back tomorrow. We will wipe you out.’
A teenage drug dealer sprayed a man and two women with acid after suspecting they had stolen his stash of cocaine.
At least he was trying to assimilate.
“By extending the proscription of National Action, we are halting the spread of a poisonous ideology and stopping its membership from growing – protecting those who could be at risk of radicalisation,” Ms Rudd said.
The move was welcomed by the head of UK counter-terrorism policing, Mark Rowley, who said it would help “disrupt and tackle the growing threat from the extreme right-wing”.
Every terror law purportedly to protect society from Islamists is instead used against the Right, while tens of thousands of known jihadists walk free in Britain alone.
An Islamic teacher is alleged to have told two boys to kill people who spoke out against Islam and prepared them for jihad by teaching them to throw butter knives and shoot using Nerf guns.
At least a thousand officers and extra armed police will be drafted in on Sunday as part of a £2m security operation to protect conference attendees.
Police in Manchester confirmed they are expecting thousands to turn up to protest against the four-day event.
After the film circulated last week, of officers trying to keep order in a brawl being obstructed by worshippers more concerned about uniform shoes than the fighting within and without, some of us predicted that the result would be diversity training for the junior officers and grovelling apologies from the senior officers. However, during the inevitable ‘meeting with community leaders’ I get the impression that the opposite happened. This is the BBC, an organ which will always uphold diversity and PC against English custom and common sense.
As the investigation into the Parsons Green Tube bombing enters its second week, police are still trying to establish who was behind this latest terror attack.
No, it wasn’t those pesky Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists again, or Far Right extremists, or the provisional wing of Ukip, trying to stir up hatred against immigrants after the Brexit vote.
So who was it? Go on, have a guess.
Some 59 of 142 (42%) Islamic schools, including 27 primary schools, have a uniform policy which states a head-covering is compulsory, the National Secular Society (NSS) said.
The body has written to Education Secretary Justine Greening to express its concern over the figures, which also showed eight of the secondary schools and three of the primary schools were state-funded.
Figures show that officials have already detained 1,251 people trying to board ferries heading for Portsmouth, Hampshire, this year up until the start of September compared to 436 in the whole of 2016.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said police had thwarted seven attacks by militants since March this year, describing the increase in the number as a shift rather than a spike.
Speaking at the annual conference of his opposition Labour Party, Khan also said the police needed more spending to help them counter such attacks and that Internet companies must do more to crackdown on extremist content.
Singaporean member of Syria-based jihadist group says British royal should ‘come here and fight us if you’re man enough’.