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'Windrush' immigrants possibly deported 'in error', Govt admits

The Government have apologised after admitting "Windrush" generation UK residents have potentially been deported to the Caribbean "in error". Immigration...

PM under pressure over 'Windrush' immigration row

The Prime Minister has been criticised after Downing Street turned down a request to discuss immigration problems faced by "Windrush" generation British residents. ...

Corbyn wants 'incontrovertible' proof on Salisbury

Jeremy Corbyn has said he wants "incontrovertible proof" before blaming Russia for the Salisbury nerve agent attack. Inspectors...

PM to call for emergency debate over Syria strikes

The Prime Minister will tell MPs she acted "in Britain's national interest" by ordering airstrikes on Syria as the Government calls for an emergency debate on the issue. ...

Stewart: Picard and Xavier would be anti-Brexit

Sir Patrick Stewart has declared that two of his most famous characters would have voted Remain, as he helped launch a campaign for a referendum on the final Brexit deal. ...

Johnson defends strikes on 'barbaric' Assad

The Foreign Secretary has defended the case for the UK's action in Syria, saying Britain had a duty to show Syria had not "got away" with using chemical weapons. ...

PM faces political fallout from decision to strike

For the Prime Minister, the successful return of British service personnel and confirmation of no Russian casualties will be the main source of relief this morning. ...

UKIP confirms Gerard Batten as new leader

UKIP has confirmed it has a new leader - its fifth since Nigel Farage stepped down in late 2016. ...

Corbyn hits out at 'legally questionable' airstrikes

Jeremy Corbyn has told Theresa May the joint airstrikes in Syria were "legally questionable", calling on her to publish the legal advice she said she got from the Attorney General. ...

PM: No practicable alternative to use of force

Theresa May confirms British armed forces were involved in a combined operation with the US and France to strike Syria. ...

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