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EU referendum live: Farage tackles Cameron amid r... The Guardian
Live coverage as prime minister and Ukip leader appear on ITV debate, and Vote Leave draws up list of offenders who it says cannot be deportedSign up to our EU referendum morning briefingRead today’s morning briefing 10.53am BST My colleague Peter Walker has tweeted a picture of the latest Remain poster.The Remain campaign's latest, entirely non-fear based and positive message to voters about Brexit pic.twitter.com/f4ucFmYNKl 10.50am BST Dominic Raab, the justice minister and Brexit campaigner, was on the Today programme talking about Vote Leave’s claim that EU rules are preventing the deportation of foreign criminals. When it was put to him that leaving the EU would mean that the UK could no longer use the European arrest warrant to extradite people (Lord Mandelson’s point - see 9.17am,), he said that David Anderson, the government’s independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, has said he would expect extradition arrangements to continue in the event of Brexit.Anderson has taken to Twitter this morning asking Vote Leave not to quote him selectively. He thinks the UK will be safer remaining in the EU, he says.To those in the Leave campaign selectively quoting me, I am clear (for the record) that we are safer in: https://t.co/LUWyRQKPBj.The home secretary has the power to deport foreign nationals from the UK if she considers that it would ‘be conducive to the public good’ (Immigration Act 1971, s. 3(5)(a). In addition, UK law provides that a person who is (a) convicted of a serious crime and sentenced to imprisonment or (b) is sentenced to more than twelve months’ imprisonment, is subject to automatic deportation (UK Borders Act 2007, s. 32). However, this has no application where deportation ‘would breach rights of the foreign criminal under the EU treaties’ (UK Borders Act 2007, s. 33(4)).This means that those with a right of residence in the UK under EU law are subject to a much weaker system. As Mr Justice McCloskey has said, EU foreign national offenders fall under ‘an entirely different rĂ©gime from that which applies to other immigrants’ (Homb v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKAITUR IA202952012). EU law ‘purposefully make[s] it difficult to remove a person from the jurisdiction’, even if they are a criminal (Secretary of State for the Home Department v Juocys [2013] UKAITUR DA005632013). Continue reading...
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Sports Direct to compensate workers after failing... The Guardian
Agreement revealed by Unite officials who are giving evidence to the business, innovation and skills select committeeMike Ashley’s Sports Direct has agreed with HM Revenue & Customs to compensate its warehouse employees for paying them less than the national minimum wage following a Guardian investigation last year that revealed the company was paying less than the legal minimum.The agreement was revealed by officials from the union Unite, who have been leading a campaign against pay and conditions at the retailer’s warehouse, when they gave evidence to parliament’s business, innovation and skills select committee on Tuesday. Continue reading...
Antisemitism watchdog adds (((echo))) symbol to h... The Guardian
Symbol is ‘online equivalent of taunting someone verbally’, says US watchdog the Anti-Defamation League chief, days after Google removes antisemitic Chrome extension US antisemitism watchdog, the Anti-Defamation League, has added the “(((echo)))” symbol, used online by white supremacists to single out Jews, to its online database of hate symbols.The group’s decision comes days after Google removed a Chrome extension that was being used by antisemites to add triple parentheses around the names of prominent Jewish public figures including Michael Bloomberg and New York Times journalist Jonathan Weisman. Continue reading...
Match the Studio Ghibli screenshot to the movie â... The Guardian
It might be Studio Ghibli’s last film so with the release of When Marnie Was There, here’s the ultimate test. How many of their classics can you recognise?Spirited AwayPrincess MononokeThe Cat ReturnsPonyoMy Neighbour TotoroOnly YesterdayThe Wind RisesPom PokoPorco RossoGrave of the FirefliesTales from EarthseaThe Secret World of ArrietyMy Neighbours the YamadasThe Wind RisesKiki's Delivery ServicePrincess MononokeHowl's Moving CastleCastle in the SkySpirited AwayOnly YesterdayFrom Up on Poppy HillThe Cat ReturnsPonyoThe Secret World of Arriety My Neighbours the YamadasPom PokoPorco RossoTales From EarthseaMy Neighbour TotoroFrom Up On Poppy HillThe Wind RisesWhisper of the HeartCastle in the SkyWhisper of the HeartPonyoPrincess MononokePom PokoGrave of the FirefliesOnly YesterdayKiki's Delivery Service7 and above.Lovely Ghibli!4 and above.Only Yesterday you probably knew more0 and above.Your luck has Spirited Away Continue reading...
Teenagers rescued from Kent beach after using pho... The Guardian
Thirty-four teenagers and two adults rescued from hazardous stretch of coast after getting stranded during evening walkMore than 30 teenagers trapped by the rising tide on a treacherous rocky shore when a coastal walk went dangerously wrong had to be rescued by helicopter and lifeboats after using their mobile phone torches as distress beacons. Thirty-four teenagers and two adults, believed to be from London, got into trouble after descending to the rocky shoreline from the coastal path between St Margaret’s Bay and Dover harbour on Monday night, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said. Continue reading...
Do MPs gain directly from the decisions they push... The Guardian
British politics will never be cleaned up without transparency. The register of interests is based on trust, so we need to dig deeper to uncover their financesThe investigation into Tory election fraud – centred around undeclared campaign spending – is another stark reminder of MPs’ troubled relationship with money. Stories of sleaze, greed, corruption and entitlement seem to emerge from Westminster so frequently that we’ve almost grown used to it. Related: Why is there so little noise about the Tory election fraud claims? | Michael White Continue reading...
Kuczynski ahead in Peru election, but will he be ... The Guardian
Candidate known as ‘PPK’ and backed by alliance of socialists and free-market conservatives has razor thin lead over Keiko FujimoriAfter an ill-tempered electoral campaign marked by insults, mockery and allegations of corruption, an unlikely alliance of socialists and free-market conservatives appears to have propelled a 77-year former Wall Street banker to victory in Peru’s presidential election.Officials suggest it may be days before an official winner is declared. But with the majority of votes counted, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has a razor-thin lead over his rival Keiko Fujimori, 41, the long-time frontrunner in Peru’s election campaign. Continue reading...
Hakan Calhanoglu: the free-kick specialist who wa... The Guardian
The Mannheim-born 22-year-old has had a superb season with Bayer Leverkusen and will add to Fatih Terim’s options going forwardThis article is part of the Guardian’s Euro 2016 Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the countries who have qualified for France. theguardian.com is running previews from three countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 10 June.Turkey are not short on larger than life characters but the story of Hakan Calhanoglu (pronounced Chal-han-or-luh) stands apart from the rest. He was caught up in an altercation that almost split the national side apart, nearly missed the tournament after being accused of taking a bung and is widely regarded as one of the best free-kick takers in world football. Continue reading...
Quentin Tarantino-produced film posts casting cal... The Guardian
Facebook post searching for actors to star in new western from the Oscar-winning director attracts angry response, before being deleted A casting call for a new project produced by Quentin Tarantino has caused controversy after a Facebook post invited “whores” to apply.The post, which has since been deleted, appeared on a casting agency page and began: “Casting Whores for Quentin Tarantino project”. The post later requested that all applicants have “natural breasts” and should put the word “whore” in the subject line. Continue reading...
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