Category Archives: Britain

Transgender wings are planned for British jails in bid to stop inmates who have undergone a sex-change serving their sentences in women’s prisons

You’re probably going to want this.

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) review comes amid the high-profile case of Karen White, a convicted sex offender who is yet to undergo gender reassignment surgery, who was placed in women’s prison HMP New Hall after telling authorities he identified as a woman.

He subsequently sexually assaulted two female prisoners.

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Muslim school will not allow girls to eat lunch until after boys have finished, Ofsted chief says

Al-Hijrah school in Birmingham is still segregating boys and girls despite a Court of Appeal ruling in 2017 that found it was unlawful, according to Luke Tryl, director of corporate strategy at Ofsted.

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‘The woman with a hijab helping victims is far more reflective of Muslims than the idiot with the knife’: Praise for bystanders who rushed to aid of Manchester stabbing victims

A woman who went to the aid of two victims of a terrorist knifeman in Manchester last night has been praised online.

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London’s Khan Demands Gang Database Overhauled as 4 in 5 Named Are Black

Alleging potential racial discrimination, the review, published Friday, said, “We must acknowledge the possibility of conscious or unconscious bias against young black males in London – whether the term ‘gang’ is now heavily racially loaded and that this perception that a gang is often comprised of young black males, and ergo that young black males are often in a gang, either directly or unconsciously influences the enforcement focus of the police and subsequent actions of the justice service.”

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Gatwick runway reopens and ‘limited’ flights resume amid drone chaos after MoD deploys ‘specialist equipment’ – but thousands of passengers still face huge disruption as desperate police hunt for ‘lone-wolf eco warrior behind attack’

The runway at Gatwick has re-opened today hours after the Army deployed weapons the neutralise the drone terrorising the airport – but the hunt for the rogue pilot who taunted police for 36 hours continues.

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‘Don’t Come To Gatwick Tomorrow’: Airport Drone Chaos Spreads Into Busiest Travel Day Of The Year With Airport Chiefs Cancelling All Flights ‘For The Foreseeable Future’ As Hunt For Pilot Bringing Misery To Tens Of Thousands Of Festive Fliers Continues

The airport remained shut today as the unmanned aircraft was spotted again over the runway, prompting a game of cat-and-mouse with police before the Army was called in this afternoon.

Even if this isn’t jihadists, you can be sure they’re paying close attention.

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The lost childhoods on Britain’s doorstep: How growing number of families are waiting in tents to attempt dangerous Channel crossing

A three- and four-year-old brother and sister scuttle around together on a patch of grass. At first glance they are a pair of happy children playing. But on closer observation, their skin is dry and their hair unwashed. Their clothes are dirty. The boy has a large wound on his forehead reaching to the side of his left eye and the girl has a swollen sore on her right cheek.

The Kurdish siblings are among hundreds of refugees sleeping rough in a woods in northern France in makeshift camps controlled by smugglers. Along with their parents, they are among a growing number of families enduring the cold temperatures so they can leap into the back of lorries or set sail in small boats in attempt to cross to Britain.

Refugees? How many countries have they passed through? Why Britain?

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