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He talked about austerity, housing, the NHS and human rights in Saudi Arabia - but there was no mention of the deficit
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has confirmed no deaths and the Council of British Hajjis says it has no one has been officially reported missing
Ali Mohammed al-Nimr was arrested when he was 17 for allegedly organising protests
The Saudi Foreign Minister says LGBT rights are 'counter to Islamic law'
Around 20,000 Britons are understood to be making the annual pilgrimage this year with a number of families still waiting for news
Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain: planners to financiers, cadres to foot soldiers, ideologists to cheerleaders
Why don't they spend some of their oil wealth on making the Hajj safe, rather than wasting it on a cruel and futile war in Yemen?
The group says it 'will not stand by and watch' as Mr al-Nimr is executed
Allegations surrounding road closures were first made in Arabic newspapers
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has not yet confirmed whether any British pilgrims were injured or killed in the disaster
It is thought to be the worst tragedy to hit Eid in more than two decades
19,000 to 25,000 Britons are believed to be in Saudi Arabia for the annual pilgrimage
The tragedy outside Mecca is sadly just the latest in a series of disasters