Jerome Taylor

Jerome Taylor first came to The Independent in 2005 and joined the Foreign Desk. He is now a news reporter and the paper's Religious Affairs Correspondent.

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British hedge fund manager, William Browder, is a wanted man in Russia

Russian prosecutors have asked a court to issue an international arrest warrant for William Browder, the millionaire British hedge fund manager who has become a major thorn in the Kremlin’s side over his criticism and exposés of official corruption.

Margaret Thatcher funeral: At Parliament Square, so often a scene of protest, the only sound to be heard is clicking cameras

The bells of Westminster Abbey rang out as the black hearse carrying Thatcher's flag draped coffin pulled out of Parliament. A few in the crowd began to clap but most remained silent as it sped off down Whitehall towards St Paul's.

Flowers laid at a barricade on a deserted Boylston Street

Boston Marathon bombs: How forensics will help to piece together who built devices

30 specially trained forensic scientists are working on scene

Atheist defends critical focus on Islam

Sam Harris, the prominent atheist, has hit back at charges of Islamophobia levelled by fellow non-believers – insisting that some faiths are more "mistaken" than others.

John Sweeney, who has exposed human rights abuses in Zimbabwe, accompanied students from the London School of Economics, where his wife lectures

Panorama was worth risking lives for, says BBC chief: Programme by John Sweeney based on secret footage taken on university field trip to North Korea

A senior BBC executive tonight claimed the corporation was justified in putting the lives of students at risk by sending an undercover reporting team with them on a trip to North Korea.

The Wigan Athletic mascot looks on as the Premier League team play

Unpaid full-time ‘job’ exposed at second Premier League side

Wigan Athletic have become the second Premier League football club to be exposed for advertising a lengthy internship with no salary.

‘I often say Islam is the greatest force for evil in the world today’ says Richard Dawkins

Atheists Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris face Islamophobia backlash

Dawkins surprised his fans and critics when he admitted he had not read the Koran

Rathimohan Lokini presents a Tamil Tiger news broadcast

Tamil TV presenter begs: 'Don't send me to Sri Lanka'

Refugee detained in Dubai tells Jerome Taylor she faces torture and death if she is deported

Lydd Airport could take an extra 500,000 passengers a year

Go-ahead for Kent airport expansion angers green lobby

Investment and jobs are promised, but some fear the environmental price is too high

Sophie Lancaster: the murder that caused a subculture to fight back

Today's announcement by Manchester Police is a small but significant victory for Sylvia Lancaster, the mother who has tirelessly campaigned for a more robust police response to attacks against alternative music fans after her daughter was brutally murdered in 2007.

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