Hard Brexit could make Britain more at risk of terrorism, Europol chief warns

Britain could be more vulnerable to terrorism and organised crime after a hard Brexit, Europol's chief has warned.

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Muslim voters warned they will go to hell if they do not vote Labour in Stoke by-election

Text messages have warned Muslim voters they will be condemned to hell if they do not vote Labour in the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election, it has been reported.

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Theresa May, where is the justice in abandoning child refugees?

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has renewed calls on Theresa May not to abandon child refugees by scrapping the Dubs scheme.

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Lib Dems launch fight for EU citizens' right to stay in UK

The Liberal Democrats have launched a fight to guarantee the rights of EU citizens to continue to live and work in the UK following the triggering of Article 50.

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The NHS figures that will shock you (again)

• 38 Trusts facing serious pressure
• More beds closed due to Norovirus
• Cancelled operations up 15%
• 9 hospitals had no available beds on some days in February

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An open letter to Theresa May on child refugees

Tim Farron writes to Theresa May to secure renewed commitment to taking 3000 unaccompanied child refugees

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Government housing ambitions knocked down by Brexit

The Liberal Democrats have produced figures to show that government plans to boost house-building cannot be delivered because of a Brexit-driven labour crisis.

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'Affordable homes' for people on £80,000 shows Government is 'out of touch'

The Government has shown how "out of touch" it is by declaring today that those in need of affordable homes are on incomes of up to £80,000.

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Why travellers to Europe face higher mobile charges post-Brexit

UK tourists travelling to Europe could face mobile phone roaming charges post-Brexit.

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Revealed: Maternity services crisis with shortage of 3,500 midwives

Maternity services are “reaching crisis point” with a shortage of 3,500 midwives in the NHS in England, according to the Royal College of Midwives’ State of Maternity Services report.

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