The Times apologises, pays damages to CAGE over false article on Reading killer

The Times newspaper has unreservedly apologised and paid £30,000 damages and legal costs to advocacy group CAGE and its Outreach Director Moazzam Begg after...

Shukri Abdi drowning ruled an ‘accidental death’

A coroner has ruled that the drowning of Bury schoolgirl Shukri Abdi in 2019 was an “accidental death.” In a ruling this morning, Coroner Joanne...

Labour Tower Hamlets Councillor suspended after appearing on 5Pillars show

A few days after he appeared on a 5Pillars show, Muslim Labour Tower Hamlets Councillor Puru Miah has been suspended for a Facebook post...

Shukri Abdi inquest verdict to be delivered on December 4

The coroner in the Shukri Abdi inquest has said she will need one week to reflect on all the evidence before delivering a verdict...

North Yorkshire Police incorporate hijab into uniform

North Yorkshire Police has incorporated the hijab into officers' uniforms. Two Muslim police constables designed the hijabs as part of on-duty uniforms so that Muslim...

Shukri Abdi family seek gross negligence manslaughter verdict over her death

The lawyer for Shukri Abdi's family has said that he's seeking a gross negligence manslaughter verdict at least, as the inquest into the drowning...

Murderers found guilty of torturing and killing frail Batley man

Two men have been found guilty of murdering a 61-year-old man in Yorkshire who was tied up, gagged, attacked with weapons, tortured and left...

Mosques in England can reopen for collective worship from December 2

The Prime Minister has confirmed that places of worship in England, including mosques, can reopen for collective worship from December 2 when the national...

Lord Nazir Ahmed quits House of Lords after report concludes he exploited a woman

Britain's first Muslim peer, Lord Nazir Ahmed, has quit the House of Lords after a report recommended his expulsion. The House said Lord Ahmed -...

Press regulator: Editors are free to publish what they want on Muslims within limits

The main UK press regulator has issued guidelines on the reporting of Muslims which say publications "are free to publish what editors think is appropriate... so long...
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