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The director of campaign group Cage refused to hand over the pin to his mobile phone at Heathrow because it was “against his civil rights”, a court has heard.

The government is being urged to take action against the Burmese regime over the refugee crisis caused by “the silent genocide” of Rohingya Muslims, a public solidarity meeting in Whitechapel heard.

The government is pledging to take illegal material like “how to make a bomb” down from the internet in its renewed battle to prevent schoolchildren becoming radicalised.

A would-be terrorist who was stopped in Turkey on his way to Syria had previously threatened a shopkeeper for selling satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

A 47-year-old woman has been arrested in east London on suspicion of terrorism, Scotland Yard has confirmed.

The brother of murdered aid worker David Haines who was decapitated by jihadists in Syria has been giving a talk to school pupils in London’s East End as part of a national programme to stop radicalisation.

Ummah Welfare Trust help aid mission in Syria

Police are under fire from council leaders in east London at City Hall this-morning over their failure to prosecute anyone following the corrupted 2014 Tower Hamlets local elections.

Police come under fire at City Hall tomorrow (Thurs) over failing to arrest or prosecute anyone in the corrupt 2014 Tower Hamlets local election which eventually got Lutfur Rahman banned from office—they are being accused of “political correctness” and ignoring witnesses.

An independent Islamic school in London’s East End which has been downgraded by Ofsted has this-week hit back following its poor inspection which found pupils didn’t even know the name of the Prime Minister.

The future of a wall for street artists known the world over is in jeopardy as a development where Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre was unearthed draws near to completion.

The future of a wall for street artists - which is known the world over and has raised over £100,000 for charity - is in jeopardy, as The Stage development draws closer to completion. EMMA BARTHOLOMEW finds out more about the Shoreditch Art Wall.

Civil society activists gathered to mark 20 years of campaigning to improve working people’s lives in London.

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