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Abuse of migrants at detention centre could be repeated across UK because of 'failing' system, MPs warn

Abuse of migrants at detention centre could be repeated across UK because of 'failing' system, MPs warn

The Government’s “failing” oversight system could be letting the horrific abuse of asylum seekers exposed at one detention centre be repeated at other facilities, it has been warned.

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The world wakes up! US Governor says country stands side by side with UK as he blasts EU

The world wakes up! US Governor says country stands side by side with UK as he blasts EU

A US Governor launched a tirade against European Union chiefs for issuing a Brexit “ransom bill” on Britain.

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The world wakes up! US Governor says country stands side by side with UK as he blasts EU

The world wakes up! US Governor says country stands side by side with UK as he blasts EU

A US Governor launched a tirade against European Union chiefs for issuing a Brexit “ransom bill” on Britain.

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In a world short of hope, could the media help?

In a world short of hope, could the media help?

Brexit has drained Britain of its authority – and, it would seem, its competence. But, in the gloom, the press must remain optimistic enough to seek new ideas

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Leeds news: Lewis Cook sale questioned by Neil Redfearn, he was the club’s future

Leeds news: Lewis Cook sale questioned by Neil Redfearn, he was the club’s future

LEWIS COOK could have been the future of Leeds United, according to former manager Neil Redfearn.

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'This could be for the best': Zimbabweans return to streets of Harare with some hope amid military upheaval

'This could be for the best': Zimbabweans return to streets of Harare with some hope amid military upheaval

Locals have returned to the streets of Harare after the army took control of the capital – leaving the future of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe in doubt – with many cautiously waiting to see what the future holds for their country.

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It s okay to not be okay  - the message to those affected by the Manchester bomb

It s okay to not be okay - the message to those affected by the Manchester bomb

Clinical psychologists at the Manchester Resilience Hub, based in Ashton-under-Lyne, has been offering support to more than 2,500 people who were affected by the attack at the Arena

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