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Second referendum would lead to collapse of Brexit deal: Theresa May

LONDON:Theresa May has pushed back against calls for a second Brexit referendum, warning it would mean unpicking the deal agreed with Brussels. Appearing before senior MPs, the Prime Minister refused to be drawn on...

Muslim rapper and charity worker reject Downing Street Eid invite

LONDON: To ensure their anger and protest, a young Muslim rapper and a charity worker have both rejected formal invitations to celebrate Eid in Downing Street, citing opposition to Theresa May’s foreign policy. According to...

Home Office challenged in court for deporting highly skilled migrants

LONDON: The Home Office is to be challenged in court over its decision to strip hundreds of highly skilled migrants of their UK status under a section of immigration law designed to remove people who pose a...

Academic collaboration between Pakistan and Oxford discussed

LONDON: Pakistan High Commissioner Syed Ibne Abbas attended inauguration ceremony of Sir Tim Hitchens, CMG LVO as the new President of Wolfson College, Oxford. The ceremony took place in the Haldane Room of Wolfson College,...

Number of terrorists brought to justice reaches ten-year high in UK

LONDON: The number of terrorists brought to justice nationally following Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP) investigations has reached its highest level in nearly ten years, according to the latest Home Office statistics. A total of...

CJP issues last warning to opponents of proposed dams

ISLAMABAD:  Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Wednesday gave ‘last warning’ to those who were criticising the Supreme Court for collecting donations for the construction of dams. “No matter how powerful anybody...

About 4,500 people commit suicide in UK every year, minister appointed to deal...

LONDON: In wake of increasing number of suicide in Britain, the government has decided to appoint a dedicated minister for suicide prevention as part of a landmark effort by the Prime Minister Theresa May...

Azhar traped and jailed for inciting girls for sex

MANCHESTER: A pervert has been jailed after he was caught by paedophile hunters posing as children online. Azhar Khan, 42, from Longsight, was said to have been lonely when he went onto an internet...

Baloch activists Munir Mengal and Karima raises Balochistan issue at UN Conference

GENEVA: Baloch political activists have accused Islamabad of violating human rights, inequality and rise of religious fundamentalists in Balochistan, which is responsible for the destruction of cultural identity of the Baloch people. Addressing the 39th...

Amber Rudd announces free citizenship for Windrush generation

LONDON: Members of the Windrush generation who arrived in the UK before 1973 and have stayed to build a life here will be eligible for free citizenship, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced on...