Bradford West MP will not give evidence to its investigation into antisemitism or receive any papers in connection with it
The country is responsible for 75 per cent of the global production
Unit uses local community groups to spread its anti-extremism message - without revealing its government links
Widowed mother-of-six sits in a local market without a headscarf every day despite the Islamist ban
President Nicolas Maduro also orders rolling blackouts and reduced public sector working hours
Infant's uncle says the men burst into the house and threw kerosene on him before setting him alight
No one was injured in the blast
Another 22 people have been wounded in the attack in the city on the Turkish-Syrian border
Researchers find 35 per cent of adults think sending sexual texts and images to another person is acceptable
Ingrid Edwards and Daniel Lee Kelly have appeared in court accused of smuggling the items into HMP Swaleside
'I have had better days. I was just watching a video of the tower collapsing and saw it fall into my back garden'
The two Burmese men convicted of the crime are urged to file a complaint with an international regulator
Study of over 15,000 people finds moderate amounts of fatty foods do not do as much damage as previously thought
Interior Ministry says it 'reserves the right to take legal action against promoters of these rumours and false news'
The Mayor of London claims people are having the power to 'sack their governments' taken away
It comes just a week after another 6.2 magnitude quake struck off the coast