Five fraudsters who ran an “industrial scale” bogus visa application ring and then tried to claim millions in tax have been sentenced to a total of 31 years in jail.
A woman from East Ham who was famously sentenced to the death penalty in the 1920s is to be reburied in her family grave.
The number of acid attacks in London has dropped by 41 per cent since last year.
Campaigners have slammed hospital bosses accusing them of targeting “vulnerable” pregnant women with identity checks.
MPs debated changes to visa rules in Parliament on Monday, after three petitions calling for amendments amassed more than 90,000 signatures.
Amber Rudd had to resign as home secretary after the Windrush scandal. Sajid Javid replaced her. I was in the House of Commons on April 30 for the new home secretary’s first appearance.
About 200 schoolchildren moved by the plight of the Windrush generation wrote to Prime Minister Theresa May to protest.
A Windrush generation grandmother lost her job with a charity helping migrants because she couldn’t prove her right to work.
The mayor of London is hosting a cross-party summit today to discuss rising violent crime in the capital.
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East Ham is one of the UK’s top beneficiaries of the international student economy, according to a Higher Education Policy Institute report.
Parts of London are now “no-go areas” due to the threat of acid attacks, East Ham MP Stephen Timms has claimed.
Have you spent time as an unpaid carer? If you are over the age of 25 and living in Newham, the Working for Carers scheme can help you take the first steps back to employment.
Hanson Fernandes’ journey began in 2015 when he arrived in London from Goa, India.
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