A 10-year-old girl bursts into tears and Ms Clinton says: ‘Come here, babe’
Dr Hamilton, who was arrested on 17 January, claims a knock on his door by police was the first he knew of any problem
'It is not accepted that you are a homosexual and an openly gay man'
The prisons ombudsman's report said it is a 'tragic indictment of the system' that the frail and elderly man died while shackled to an immigration officer
Plans by Theresa May could see terror suspects faced with being made stateless
An attempt by David Cameron to placate Conservative MPs by taking a tougher line on migration from European Union countries has provoked a row with his Liberal Democrat Coalition partners.
Thousands of US citizens are begging the White House to instruct the deportation of the troubled star back to Canada
Anton Casey has left Singapore after 12 years in wake of "poor people" furore
Earl Browning was a counter-intelligence officer in occupied Germany after the Second World War who raised persistent but unheeded objections when the US military began using the notorious Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie as a paid informant. Browning had served in the Counter Intelligence Corps in Normandy and at the Battle of the Bulge. At war's end he was stationed in Frankfurt, monitoring intelligence activities in the US-occupied zone.
Finding comes ahead of Tories’ plan to deter foreign nationals
People who have served prison terms are being kept behind bars while they wait to be deported, government data shows
First serving official to appear at the ICC alleged to have orchestrating the deadly violence in the aftermath of elections in 2007
Downing Street shrugs off Lib Dem criticism - and even suggested it could be launched nationwide
One man back in England while others await deportation after three months of four-year sentences
Another sporting Andy?
Justice Secretary calls for 'wholesale changes' to Human Rights law in Britain