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More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain

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Tory Part Conference: Government should back schools, courts and hospitals if they ban the niqab, says David Cameron

Prime Minster says that he does not believe in a full ban, but that there were certain circumstances where face coverings were inappropriate

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Prime Minister also says he would look at state backing for niqab bans and consider pulling out of the ECHR, as well as defending his backing of gay marriage

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Shadow Home Secretary also criticises spot checks at stations which were 'based on racial profiling'

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Poll reveals Labour’s plans for greater infrastructure spending could propel party to election victory

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The move has added to the sense of unease among ethnic minority (BME) communities, already roused by the government’s 'go home' vans

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