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The government is proposing a pilot scheme starting in November to ask visitors from India, Nigeria, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh to pay a cash bond of £3,000 for a visitor visa that allows them to stay in the UK for up to six months.
Islamist extremists score their first political success in the UK – moderate muslims abandoned by home secretary
At last a well orchestrated campaign by a small group of Islamic zealots has succeeded in closing the licit importation of khat, the mild naturally occurring stimulant that has been used in Ethiopia, Kenya and Yemen for millennia.
The Conservative party has long expressed strong support for an increase in the use of stop and search powers by the police, irrespective of the impact on community cohesion, and inequalities.
The home secretary Theresa May announced today that under the Conservatives those convicted of killing a police officer will have their sentences raised to the ‘whole life’ category, usually reserved for the very worst types of murderer.
A quick glance at Theresa May’s parliamentary record reveals a fairly dismal record from which to mount a leadership challenge.
The UK had nine institutions in the top 100 universities this year – three fewer than in 2011, according to the latest figures from the Times Higher Education. The Tories were warned that imposing an arbitrary limit on student numbers would damage Britain’s educational reputation abroad.
According to yesterday’s Mail on Sunday, under a future Conservative government Britain would pull out of the European Convention on Human Rights. The Mail implies that such a move would allow Britain to deport foreign criminals without fear of being censored for breach their human rights. There are a number of problems with this position.
Theresa May yesterday said house prices could be “10 per cent lower over a 20-year period” if net migration was cut to zero – claims which don’t quite add up.
Boris Johnson says Indian students should have their visa applications to study in the UK processed far quicker – but can he persuade his Tory colleagues?