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The police and Home Office have been answering questions from schoolchildren in the first ever careers fair staged by Swanlea Secondary in Whitechapel.

A councillor has called for more understanding of how terrorist groups groom young people after a pregnant teenager who joined IS in Syria now wants to return home.

Police investigating the death of a refugee who drowned in the Thames have released his picture in a bid to trace his next of kin.

Five fraudsters who ran an “industrial scale” bogus visa application ring and then tried to claim millions in tax have been sentenced to a total of 31 years in jail.

EU nationals face a repeat of the Windrush scandal if post-Brexit employment rules are not clarified, the chair of Tower Hamlets Brexit Commission has said.

Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs, was joined by charity bosses, police officers and community groups at a violent crime summit today.

Campaigners set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital yesterday and demanded an end to immigration checks for patients.

Campaigners are to set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital today, in protest at immigration checks and charging of overseas visitors.

Stop and search powers could be increased to help police officers prevent acid attacks.

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Government ministers have been slammed by Tower Hamlets Council for denying that reducing police numbers has caused the shock rise in street crime.

Office workers have set up a Whitechapel group to sponsor at least one refugee family from Syria to be resettled in London’s East End with others to follow.

The mayor of London is hosting a cross-party summit today to discuss rising violent crime in the capital.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in to the Advertiser this week.

A harrowing look at refugees fleeing “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar was on display at The Brick Lane Gallery last weekend.

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