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

The latest move follows claims that thousands of Romanians and Bulgarians could be drawn to Britain when restrictions on their movement within the EU are lifted in January

Romanian PM: 'We will not rush to Britain'

Britain can “rest assured” that Romanians will not rush to Britain when access restrictions are lifted at the end of the year, the country's prime minister has said.

Dimitar Berbatov shoots and scores for Fulham
British grandmother Jennifer Mills-Westley

Bulgarian drug addict Deyan Deyanov found guilty of stabbing and beheading British pensioner in Tenerife

A Bulgarian drug addict who beheaded a British grandmother in a frenzied knife attack on the holiday island of Tenerife was today found guilty of murder.

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Nick Clegg refuses to reveal immigration estimates on LBC radio show

Speaking on his weekly phone-in show Mr Clegg said the government had "estimates, but they are estimates"

Family of British grandmother stabbed to death and beheaded in Tenerife knife attack come face to face with killer as trial gets underway

Dean Valentinov Deyanov beheaded the British grandmother and ran into the street with her severed head shouting "God is on Earth"

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Svetoslav T Ivanov and Kim Sengupta report on the 'Guerrilla diplomats' deported after arriving in Sofia unannounced

She says: 'I think that anybody who knows me knows that I'm not a pushy mum.'

Great Britain draw Argentina in Fed Cup

Great Britain's Fed Cup team face a long trip to Argentina in April after reaching the World Group II play-offs for the second year in succession. If they win in Argentina they will reach a level they haven't been to since 1993.

Alina Costache: ‘Treatment in the UK would be a huge amount of money that most people couldn’t afford’

No NHS bonanza on offer to EU migrants

Romanians are unlikely to flock to the UK for free healthcare

Stafford Hospital, where hundreds of patients are thought to have died needlessly in a four-year period

Stafford hospital scandal: NHS staff responsible for 'terrible care of patients could face prosecution for wilful neglect or manslaughter'

NHS staff responsible for the “terrible” care of patients at Stafford Hospital could face prosecution for wilful neglect or manslaughter, the head of the inquiry into failings of care suggested today.

Stafford hospital carer 'called dementia patient an animal'

A veteran nurse broke down in tears while telling a tribunal how she saw a colleague at Stafford General Hospital pulling a dementia patient around by his pyjamas with his genitals exposed and then called him an “animal” .

Shoulder the burden: Laura Robson before sustaining the injury

Shoulder woe for Laura Robson mars Fed Cup win

Great Britain head into today's Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group One promotion play-off with Bulgaria with a concern over Laura Robson, who picked up a shoulder injury in the 2-1 win over Hungary in Israel.

Clint Dempsey at Tottenham

Fulham missing influence of Clint Dempsey admits Martin Jol

The American forward moved to Tottenham

Stafford Hospital, where a healthcare assistant allegedly dragged an elderly patient by the collar

Stafford Hospital carer accused of dragging 73-year-old by collar

Four doctors and 10 nurses face misconduct hearings in wake of healthcare scandal  

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Hezbollah linked to bus bombing in Bulgaria

Five Israelis were killed in the Black Sea town of Burgas last July

Fear of migrants is 'scaremongering' says Romanian foreign minister

Government scaremongering about an imminent influx of Bulgarian and Romanian migrants could jeopardise David Cameron’s attempt to renegotiate a new relationship with Europe, Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister warned today.

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