Obama lifts deportation threat for 800,000 young illegal immigrants

President builds on support among Hispanic voters in swing states with shock announcement

Australia deports 'Silence of the Lambs' rapist to UK

Lesley Cunliffe served 12 years in prison for the kidnap and rape of a 21-year-old woman

Australia deports rapist Leslie Cunliffe back to UK

A British rapist who carried out a horrific sex attack likened to The Silence of the Lambs has been deported from Australia to the UK.

Mexican immigrant sues gay sheriff

A Mexican immigrant who had a romantic relationship with an Arizona sheriff has filed a $1m (£635,000) notice of claim against him and the county.

Howard Jacobson: Can't Jews be allowed to remember their past?

In Lithuania – where once even the Nazis had to avert their gaze – swastikas now have legal blessing

Owen Jones: Beware the assumptions the Lawrence verdict gives rise to

Yes there is racism within the working class. But that's also where the most mixing of races takes place

John Terry: The centre-back put in a strong performance against Spurs, including a late goal-line block

Spurs duo hail Terry's focus

Emmanuel Adebayor and Ledley King praised John Terry's mental resilience following Thursday's 1-1 draw between Tottenham and Chelsea.

Suarez confronts Evra in the match between Liverpool and Manchester United

Luis Suarez racism hearing underway

The Football Association have today begun the disciplinary hearing into claims that Liverpool striker Luis Suarez racially abused Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.

Wenger offers words of comfort to under-fire Terry

With all that John Terry is alleged to have said, a harsh response from Arsène Wenger could have been expected yesterday. Wenger, one of the game's purists and moralists, takes his Arsenal team to Chelsea this afternoon and his pre-match press conference gave him a perfect platform to denounce the accused, to rail against racism, to ensure uncomfortable headlines for Chelsea's captain.

Video: Green on immigration 'amnesty'

Immigration minister Damian Green says an amnesty for illegal immigrants would be a disaster.

Immigration appeal system tightened

Migrants from outside the EU who want to stay in the UK will be banned from using the appeals system as a cheap second chance to supply evidence they should have used in their original application, the immigration minister said today.

Exclusive: Peace breaks out in ‘Raj and racism’ literary battle

In a pointed article in Open magazine, Singh accused Dalrymple of being a "pompous arbiter of literary merit".

Video: Miliband - 'Immigration hit wages'

Labour leader Ed Miliband admits the last government was ''wrong'' not to concentrate on the type of economy it was building.

The ins and outs of student immigration

An industry with export earnings of over £5bn per year – and predictions that it will be one of our biggest exports in 20 years’ time – you presume, would be one any Government would strive to protect.

ID cards cost £2m to decommission

More than £2.25m will be paid to compensate private firms after the Government abandoned the ID card scheme, in one of the first acts of the Coalition. Up to £400,000 will also have to be spent on decommissioning the systems and destroying personal data.

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