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Tag Archives: Muslims

Proposals to police "free speech" on campus back on the agenda

Former Director of Public Prosecutions and Liberal Democrat peer, Lord Ken MacDonald of River Glaven QC, has a guest column in The

Baroness Warsi warns of Government's "trust deficit" with Muslims

Baroness Sayeeda Warsi pens a guest column for the Observer this week in which she lambasts the Coalition’s record onengaging with British

Vandals paint "Allah" on walls of Muslim home in Belfast

The Belfast Telegraph and Irish Sunday Independent report on anti-Muslim hate crime incidents that have occurred in Northern Ireland and the Irish mainland in the wake

Communities Secretary calls on mosques to take lead in tackling extremism

The Daily Telegraph front page today covers the letter issued by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, MP Eric Pickles,

UKIP MEP Gerard Batten reiterates call for Muslims to sign "Charter of Understanding"

The Independent today reveals that UKIP MEP for the London region, Gerard Batten, has repeated his call for Muslims to

Religion and radicalisation

There is some sensible commentary in the press that is deserving of a wider readership to counter-balance the hyperbole and bias promoted

Books might fly

A bizarre story that is in the papers today relates to a discussion on the BBC’s flagship programme, Today on

Polemics and posturing on free speech

The cold blooded murder of the editor, cartoonists and staff at Charlie Hebdo’s offices in Paris last week and the siege at

Ex-UKIP member faces custodial sentence after sending "grossly offensive" email to Cambridge mosque

The local paper, Cambridge News, reports on the trial of a former marine and ex-UKIP candidate in the South Cambridgeshire District

Fearlessly free speech

There is, justifiably, considerable coverage and commentary in the newspapers of the brutal murder of 12 people at the office