LONDON - Asians are more likely to oppose immigration than white Britons, according to a study.
LONDON - Julian Assange, Australian whistleblower and founder of WikiLeaks, will be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault, a British court ruled Thursday.
LONDON - Britain is set to welcome 20,000 extra Indian workers annually as part of a secretive trade deal brokered by the European Union (EU), a media report said.
LONDON - Police in UK have ordered villagers to remove wire mesh protecting their windows - because it could hurt burglars and lead to lawsuits.
LONDON - A teenaged boy in Britain has accused an all-girls scout group of sexual discrimination for not allowing him to attend its meet.
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- British ministers ‘acted like lawyers for Libyans’ to secure Lockerbie bomber’s early release
- Assange may be executed in US under Espionage Act if extradited to Sweden: Lawyers
- WikiLeaks founder’s extradition trial begins in Britain
- Assange’s lawyers set to publish entire extradition defence online
- Assange threatens to sue The Guardian for malicious libel
- Iran begins trial of Amricans held for spying
- Indian-origin MP faces racist attack in Britain
- Court bans sex for man with low intelligence
- UK court bans man with low IQ from having sex
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- Japan protests BBC jokes about atomic bomb survivor
- Britain may limit non-EU immigrants
- US doctor charged with killing babies at his clinic
- Gay couple wins legal battle over double room
- Indian journalist defends WikiLeaks at British parliament
- Britons want cuts in immigration level
- WikiLeaks pays US soldier $15,100 legal fee for leaks
- Suu Kyi seeking to revive opposition Burmese party
- Arizona shooting: Palin ‘blood libel’comment upsets American Jews
- British Airways workers may strike on royal wedding day
- Assange to appear in court over extradition case
- Indian diplomat in Britain claims immunity on wife-beating charge
- WikiLeaks demands Google, Facebook unseal US subpoenas
- In Britain, you can be fined 1000 pounds for putting up posters
- Pamela Anderson named PETA’s person of the year
- WikiLeaks: Bangladeshi security force accused of rights abuse
- Swedish accusers may be victims in successful smear: Assange
- Campaigners seek High Court’s help to save Sherlock Holmes creator’s home
- Assange lawyer hopeful ahead of appeal proceedings
- Assange judge makes history by allowing tweeting from court
- Julian Assange freed on bail in Britain
- Assange due to make fresh bail bid at London court
- Now, Wikileaks suffering its own ‘financial’ leaks