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Plans by Theresa May could see terror suspects faced with being made stateless

Syrian refugees look out from an evacuated house in Istanbul. Hundreds of Syrian refugees will be allowed to come to Britain under new government plans

Government U-turn will see hundreds of Syrian refugees come to Britain

Hundreds of Syrian refugees will be allowed to come to Britain under plans to be announced by the Government on Wednesday.

Russell Tovey (Jason) and Nico Mirallegro (Harry) in 'The Pass'

The Pass, theatre review: 'Acerbically witty play that tackles homophobia in football'

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A general view of the track as a Skeleton rider goes down the slope at the Sanki Sliding Center

Winter Olympics 2014: Six workers fall from roof at bobsleigh venue, confirm Sochi Games organisers

They were working at the Sanki Sliding Center when the snow went out from under them

The Gunners have been linked with a move for the Bulgarian

Transfer news: Fulham reveal they have not been contacted by Arsenal about Dimitar Berbatov

The Bulgarian has been strongly linked with a move away from Craven Cottage this month

Vali Draghici, (centre, red t-shirt) 40, from Buzău, who was getting off at Frankfurt to work in steel welding and construction. He was one of many builders who befriended Alexandra 'Pamela' Benitez-Pozo, 32, who was going to Cologne where she works as a pole dancer and sex worker. She left her 4-year-old daughter Esthella back in Romania

UK immigration: Fewer than 30 Romanian arrivals since border restrictions lifted, says country's ambassador to Britain

Diplomat also says ten UK companies had been in touch with his embassy, wanting to employ Romanians

Romanian and Bulgarian migrants have not flocked to Britain, says EU chief

There is no evidence of any influx of Romanians and Bulgarians travelling to Britain since the lifting of restrictions on workers at the start of the year, the EU’s social affairs chief has said.

Rene Meulensteen oversees Fulham's Boxing Day victory at Norwich City.

Fulham 1 Sunderland 4: Dimitar Berbatov and Adel Taarabt must be more clinical, says Rene Meulensteen

Fulham manager focuses on attack rather than leaky defence following humiliating defeat

Romanian and Bulgarian students fear exclusion from UK universities after being faced with loan freezes

A number of Romanian and Bulgarian students at UK universities fear losing their places due to loan freezes as part of a Student Loans Company investigation.

Cineworld to buy European cinema chain in £500m deal

Cineworld is set to acquire one of Europe's largest cinema operators in a blockbuster deal that will boost its estate to almost 2,000 screens.

Racist bullying is the price of the furore over immigration

Social cohesion and the welfare of our children must, most certainly, be a priority

Nigel Farage on the Andrew Marr show

Nigel Farage: 'Ban immigrants from claiming benefits for five years'

Ukip leader said there should also be a five-year ban on immigrants settling in the UK

A Bulgarian boy holds a wooden cross during the traditional dance in the icy winter waters of the Tundzha river in the town of Kalofer, as part of the Epiphany Day celebrations
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party, provoked anger after expressing agreement with the 'basic principle' of some of the sentiments in Enoch Powell’s notorious 'rivers of blood' speech

Ukip leader Nigel Farage provokes anger after agreeing with 'basic principle' of Enoch Powell’s 'rivers of blood' speech

Farage refused to back down when he was told the remarks were made in 1968 speech which has haunted the politics of race ever since

David Cameron has insisted the plans to charge migrants are enforceable

David Cameron defends plans to charge migrants to use NHS accident and emergency services

Prime Minster will press ahead with more stringent rules for foreign visitors

Your guide to immigration rhetoric

Checked behind your sofa recently? Don’t - there will probably be a Romanian hiding there.

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