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Major rise in number of Scottish forced marriages with police investigating THREE TIMES as many cases in Edinburgh
FORCED marriages in the capital have soared with police probing three times as many cases. Cops investigated 15 incidents in Edinburgh over 2017/18. The figure is three times the number for the year before — and more than double the total for the
Whenever I camp for a while in a place as remote as Skraeling Island, I notice again the sensations of isolation. Logic tells you that all other humans except those in your party are far away. Most everything one associates with ordinary life—the
A COUPLE of Jews who were hanging around outside a Labour Party meeting this week were victims of an attack. I find this a bit odd. Yes, I sympathise with those who were made homeless when Israel was created but Ive never thought that because of this
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave? On 23 June 2016 the UK held a referendum and 51.89% of voters voted to leave the EU.
- Top Tories call on Theresa May to set departure date as Brexit talks flounder
- May's Brexit chaos and 'EXTREME liberal' reforms have ‘P*SSED OFF’ voters - ex-Minister
- Change UK candidate resigns over 'Romanian pickpockets' comments hours after campaign launch
- Labour dragging its feet in Brexit talks, Prime Minister claims
- Hedge funds warm up to prospects of a pound rally
- Tory MP Praises 'Fantastic' Brexit Party Candidates For European Elections
- The only thing Change UK want to change is the people
- Talks with Labour on Brexit are serious but difficult, May tells ministers
A LESBIAN asylum seeker who is frightened about being taken back into detention at Dungavel has told of how her father would force her into an arranged marriage with a man should she return to her home country of Namibia.
Global wildlife regulator to consider relaxing ivory trade bans, prompting fears of huge rise in elephant poaching
ISIS KIDNAPS 700 IN SYRIA ISIS has taken nearly 700 people hostage including several European and US Nationals in Syria and has vowed to kill 10 a day, Vladimir Putin has claimed. The jihadi group is holding their prisoners captive somewhere south of
A stunning view of the Horsehead Nebula and NGC 2023, a reflection nebula some four light years in diameter, is shortlisted in this year's Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition organised by the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
PRINCE William donned his army uniform completing his weeklong tour by visiting the Irish Guards in Kenya. The Duke of Cambridge, 36, arrived by helicopter as he joined the Number Two Company at the British Army Training Unit Kenya in Laikipia yester
A 16-YEAR-old model who bears an uncanny resemblance to Mean Girls Regina George has sent the internet into a frenzy. Clarisse Miller, from Namibia, shared a photograph of herself in a white cap, pink hoodie, gold hoop earrings and ripped jeans on In
Prince William reveals Kate is ‘immensely jealous' of his trip to Africa because he's finally getting a break from the kids
PRINCE William has joked Kate is “immensely jealous” of his trip to Africa because it gives him a brief break from the kids. The Duke of Cambridge said he was particularly excited about a “few good uninterrupted nights of sleep̶
Prince Williams all smiles as he visits Namibian gamekeepers saving endangered rhino on conservation trip
PRINCE William has paid a visit to Namibian gamekeepers at the frontline of the battle against rhino poaching. The Duke of Cambridge is making the “private working trip” as president of the United for Wildlife group and patron of Tusk, ac