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UK may deport 1,000 migrants who lied in their applications

About 1,000 highly skilled migrants may be deported from the UK for security reasons, as the Home Office has refused “indefinite leave to remain” (IRL) according to a paragraph of the Immigration Act, targeting terrorist threats.

UK interior minister Amber Rudd resigns in blow to PM Theresa May

Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd resigned on Sunday over an illegal immigration policy controversy, in a bitter blow to Prime Minister Theresa May days before local elections.

Theresa May names son of Pakistani bus driver Sajid Javid new Home Secretary

Sajid Javid has been named as the new home secretary after Amber Rudd’s resignation.

British government regrets treatment meted out on ”Windrush generation” of migrants

The British government has expressed regret over treatment meted out on British residents who arrived from the Caribbean decades ago and are now being denied basic rights.

London looks for answers as murder rate soars

Another deadly night in London is putting pressure on political leaders, as a surge in violence on the streets of the British capital pushes its murder rate higher than New York’s.

UK to probe alleged Russian involvement in 14 other deaths

British Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, said police and the security services would investigate allegations of Russian state involvement in a number of deaths over recent years in Britain, a letter published on Tuesday showed.

Nerve agent used in ex-spy attack found at UK pub, restaurant

Traces of a nerve agent used in the suspected attempted murder of a Russian ex-spy have been found in a pub and a restaurant he visited, England's chief medical officer said Sunday.

Ex-Russian spy poisoned by ‘very rare’ nerve agent

Former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned by a “very rare” nerve agent, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Thursday.

UK authorities know more about substance that made Russian ex-spy ill

The British authorities know more about a substance which Russian ex-spy, Sergei Skripal, was exposed to before he became critically ill, interior minister Amber Rudd said on Wednesday.

Fresh UK splits as Brexit negotiations resume

Brexit negotiations resumed Tuesday in Brussels as fresh splits rocked British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party, with one pro-European lawmaker urging her to expel hardline eurosceptics.

EU negotiator warns ‘not a minute to lose’ in Brexit talks

The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier stressed the urgency of Brexit talks ahead of a meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday, with her government still deeply divided on the negotiations.

British premier Theresa May completes cabinet reshuffle amid criticism

Just one big change to her front-row team saw former Education Secretary Justine Greening resigning from the cabinet.

British premier Theresa May set to reshuffle her cabinet Monday

British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to reshuffle her cabinet on Monday, with several senior ministers expected to be axed, according to media reports on Sunday.

Terrorism: UK threatens Facebook, Google with new taxes

Britain may impose new taxes on tech giants like Google and Facebook unless they do more to combat online extremism by taking down material aimed at radicalizing people or helping them to prepare attacks, the country’s security minister said.

UK parliament sleaze row ‘clearing out’ bad behaviour

British interior minister Amber Rudd declared Sunday that a scandal over sexual harassment rocking the country's political circles was a "watershed moment" that was "clearing out" inappropriate behaviour.

Web giants vow to remove online extremist content within hours

Tech companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter will work with G7 countries to block the spread of extremist content online.

Ghost of Margaret Thatcher haunts Theresa May as she fights ouster plot

A devastating election and a high-profile speech strewn with mishaps have ignited a leadership crisis for British Prime Minister Theresa May at a critical time as Brexit negotiators push for a deal in Brussels.

WhatsApp reportedly refused to build a backdoor for the UK govt

Messaging service WhatsApp rejected a UK Government request to create a way to access encrypted messages earlier this year, reports Sky News, citing an anonymous security source.

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