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Prime Minister has no plans for Government intervention over religious slaughter

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Nick Clegg will not drop Lib Dem candidate Maajid Nawaz who tweeted a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed and Jesus

Clegg will not drop Lib Dem candidate

Nick Clegg has said he will not drop a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who sparked widespread protests among some Muslims by tweeting a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed.

Michael Adebolajo in court

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Fusilier Rigby was killed on 22 May 2013 in Woolwich, south-east London

Politics and religion: Labour should target Muslims, survey finds, Conservatives Jews and Lib Dems... Buddhists

Among Christians, Anglicans are the most consistently authoritarian and conservative, while Catholics are more likely to be left-wing

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Identity of swine shrouded in secrecy

Shehneela Ahmed, football agent

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Stampede at Mumbai funeral leaves 18 dead as as thousands mourn Muslim leader's death

Closure of gates causes fatal crush as thousands pay last respects to Muslim spiritual leader

The roadside bomb attack that killed the Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in Beirut in February 2005

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Nine years ago, Lebanon’s Prime Minister was murdered. But his alleged killers won’t be at the tribunal in The Hague as they haven’t been arrested. Robert Fisk says history shows the guilty will never face justice

Channel 4's series claims to shed light on life on benefits for residents of the street, including Smoggy pictured here

Benefits Street, Channel 4 - TV review

No one's done much to help the residents of James Turner Street in Birmingham, now forever rechristened Benefits Street, thanks to Channel 4's controversial new documentary series. Despite – or maybe because of – the Twitter death threats, accusations of betrayal and media uproar, which followed its first broadcast, Channel 4 has defied calls for the series to be pulled. Did it hope this second episode would change some minds?

Taliban militants - there was a risk the man could face persecution in Afghanistan for having rejected Islam

Afghan atheist to get asylum in Britain on religious grounds

A supervisor on the case, said: 'The decision represents an important recognition that a lack of religious belief is in itself a thoughtful and seriously-held philosophical position'

People gather at camp for internally displaced persons who have fled chaos in the Central African Republic.

Cannibal in Central African Republic ate man's leg as 'revenge' for his family's murder

The Christian man who called himself Mad Dog allegedly dragged the Muslim stranger from the bus and ate part of his leg

Pakistani Muslim devotees light candles while visiting the shrine of Saint Mian Mir Sahib, during an event marking the 369th death anniversary of the saint in Lahore
Nearly one in ten children under the age of five in England and Wales is a Muslim, according to a study into the census figures

One in ten children under five in England and Wales is from a Muslim family, census figures show

Highlighting the impact of birth rate, Muslims do however make up less than 5 per cent of the total UK population, according to figures from the 2011 census

The attack left Naomi Oni with severe facial scarring

Victoria's Secret worker Naomi Oni 'poured acid on her face after becoming obsessed with Katie Piper attack'

Miss Oni denies claims by defence that she inflicted injuries on herself to emulate model's success story

There has been a 69 per cent year-on-year increase in children contacting ChildLine for counselling about racist bullying

Racist bullying: Far-right agenda on immigration ‘being taken into classrooms’

Heated debate on immigration blamed for increase in children reporting abuse

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