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Chilcot report WILL be published after the election

The Guardian and Independent front pages today cover the announcement that the report of the Chilcot Inquiry, into Britain’s ill-fated

Chilcot report could be published post-election

The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail all cover Mondays’ discussion in the House of Lords over the delayed publication

Lord Pearson asks Muslims to 'address the violence in the Koran'

The Guardian covers the latest outburst by Lord Pearson of Rannoch, former leader of UKIP. In a debate in the

Prime Minister to increase Charity Commission powers to tackle ‘menace of extremism’

The BBC, The Independent, The Guardian and local paper, Burnham & Highbridge Weekly News, report on the Prime Minister’s announcement

PM proposes new anti-terror policies to counter threat posed by UK extremists

The newspaper front pages on Tuesday focused on another purported atrocity committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the

Chilcot report not likely this year

Richard Norton-Taylor in the Guardian reports that the Chilcot Inquiry report is unlikely to be published this year despite criticism

Backlash at Chilcot Inquiry compromise

The Daily Mail continues to provide coverage on the backlash following the Chair of the Iraq Inquiry, Sir John Chilcot’s

Government launches consultation on shari'ah compliant student loans

The Daily Telegraph reports on the Government’s announcement of the introduction of shari’ah compliant student loans to mitigate the risk

Stop and search reforms – Shadow Home Secretary's letter

The website, Politics Home, publishes a letter sent by Shadow Home Secretary, Yvette Cooper, to Home Secretary, Theresa May, concerning

Islamophobes hide behind feminist rhetoric

Laurie Penny in a column in yesterday’s Guardian critiqued the disingenuous use of feminism to serve a ‘small-minded’ and ‘Islamophobic’ agenda in