Yoga guru Swami Ramdevji 'detained at Heathrow Airport'

Spiritual leader was expected to lead 1,500-strong class in Glasgow on Monday night

Barclays Bank computer heist: Eight arrested over £1.3m haul

Eight men have been arrested in connection with a £1.3 million theft carried out by a gang who took over a bank branch computer system.

Donations pour in for homeless man who returned backpack with $42,000 inside

Cheques are pouring in from across America in a bid to raise enough money to buy a homeless man his own house, after he handed in a bag containing $42,000 (£26,000) in cash and travellers cheques.

West Brom signing Stephane Sessegnon finally awarded work permit

The midfielder is in line to make his debut against former club Sunderland

Lily Collins who is apparently the most

Lily Collins ousts Emma Watson as the most 'dangerous' celebrity online

She is perhaps better known for a string of film appearances, not to mention being the daughter of Phil Collins.

Sir Andrew Stunell mocked the Lib Dems' regional immigration policy in last election

Lib Dem conference: Former minister Sir Andrew Stunell describes party's immigration policy as 'like Germans in 1935'

Former communities and local government minister mocks his party's regional policy in last election and claims Nazi-style checkpoints would have been needed to enforce it

South Korean soldiers kill man trying to cross border into North

South Korean soldiers have shot and killed a man they believed was trying to cross into North Korea at the heavily armed border, officials said.

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Emmanuel Adebayor ordered to train with the Tottenham reserves by Andre Villas-Boas

Despite being among Spurs' top earners, the striker has become a peripheral figure at White Hart Lane

Guy, left, Stacey, right, and Vincent Bailey, centre, are separated until Mr Bailey earns his salary for six months

Families being torn apart by migration rules that set an income threshold for spouse's visa application

UK citizens must earn more than £18,600 to bring a non-EU spouse into the country

On message: Fans hold up a banner of support at England’s game against Moldova at Wembley on Friday

The Last Word: Greg Dyke should start with the much-abused work permit

FA chairman's crusade can begin by lobbying Government to deny mediocre players entry

Wales manager Chris Coleman

Chris Coleman rejoins Wales squad in Macedonia after losing his passport to take spotlight off Gareth Bale

The Wales boss was not allowed to fly out with the rest of the squad after he lost his passport but he has now arrived ahead of their World Cup qualifier later tonight

Customs checks aimed at thwarting drug and gun smuggling have been overlooked since border security staff came under pressure to cut passenger queues

Security comprised as customs checks for drugs and guns cut to reduce queues at borders

Customs checks aimed at thwarting drug and gun smuggling have been overlooked since border security staff came under pressure to cut passenger queues during the London 2012 Olympics, the public spending watchdog has warned.

The big question: How many of us will really miss the census?

The 2011 roll call of Great Britain cost £500m. Its supporters claim the information it gathered was invaluable and plans to abandon the process could cause untold damage

SOCA has performed a U-turn and passed evidence on 98 law firms, accountants and celebrities who commissioned criminal private investigators

Hacking scandal: Police finally reveal details of firms that used rogue investigators

The Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) has performed a U-turn and passed evidence on 98 law firms, accountants and celebrities who commissioned criminal private investigators to the information watchdog.

A net flow of 176,000 migrants came to the UK in the year to December 2012

Increase in net UK migration causes headache for David Cameron and Theresa May

Increase in net flow recorded as 30,000 fewer migrants left Britain

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