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Police told rape victim her attacker would not be caught unless she gave up her mobile phone

Police told a rape victim that her attacker would not be caught unless she handed over her mobile phone, amid warnings that such demands are increasing across the country. Sarah* is one of a rising number of women dropping rape complaints, and the proportion prosecuted has plummeted to 1.9 per cent in England and Wales. The […]

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Hostile environment leaving UK-born children street homeless, finds report

The government has been accused of prioritising its “hostile environment” policies over children’s rights after it emerged UK-born children are being left street homeless due to the immigration status of their parents. Thousands of youngsters are living in extreme poverty as local councils wrongly deny support to parents who, under Home Office rules, have no access […]

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The travel hack airlines don’t want you to use

(CNN) — Nobody who sold you that instant oatmeal, jar of multivitamins, bar of soap, perfume-free laundry detergent, latest best-seller, NASCAR tickets or whatever Gwyneth Paltrow sells on her website will come after you to make sure you used your purchases. But the world’s biggest airlines might. They require that you fly all the flights […]

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Brexit: EU citizens' children could lose right to stay in UK, senior MP warns

The children of EU citizens risk losing their right to stay in the UK after Brexit because of flaws in the application system, a senior MP has warned. The alarm has been raised over youngsters who – in a repeat of the Windrush scandal – do not apply for the new settled status, perhaps because […]

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Ghana may auction Eurobonds with or without final IMF review https://www.classfmonline.com/1.12209900 #Class Media Group

By Classfmonline.com on 2019-02-08 17:14:29 Ghanaian Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said the country could proceed with a sale of Eurobonds even before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completes a final review of the nation’s extended credit-facility program… Tweet Ghanaian Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said the country could proceed with a sale of Eurobonds even before the International Monetary Fund […]

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Judge questions 1-yr delay in prosecuting man who set 11-yr-old boy ablaze https://www.classfmonline.com/1.12209473 #Class Media Group

By Classfmonline.com on 2019-02-08 13:10:16 His Lordship Osman Abdul-Hackeem, the presiding judge sitting on the case in which an 11-year-old boy was set ablaze by a 29-year-old mason for allegedly peeping at a woman in the bathroom, has criticised the prosecutors for not arraigning the suspect earlier after the incident occurred in 2017… Tweet His […]

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