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Dutch authorities aim to restrict influx of migrant workers

Amsterdam - Amsterdam, the constitutional capital of Holland, may be viewed as a liberal city, due to its previously lax laws on pot-smoking, but like so many other European countries, Holland is tightening its rules regarding migrant workers.

'Clare's Law' to roll out across England and Wales

London - A new law is set to be rolled out across England and Wales which will allow people to check the police records of their partners.

Britain plans to restrict immigration from Greece if euro exit

As the prospect of Greece exiting the euro grows, British Home Secretary Theresa May has announced the government is considering plans to restrict immigration from Greece and other southern European countries caught up in the economic crisis.

2600 to air exclusive interview with Richard O'Dwyer's mother

An exclusive interview is to be aired tonight with Julia O’Dwyer – the mother whose son is currently awaiting deportation from the UK to the US.

Growing UK 'disgust' over Richard O'Dwyer's US extradition order

Public concern over the unequal treatment of UK and US citizens has followed Home Secretary Theresa May’s decision to allow for the extradition to the US of a Sheffield student, Richard O’Dwyer.

Domestic homicide reviews introduced in the UK

Local area domestic homicide reviews became law in the UK from today. The announcement was made by the Home Secretary Theresa May.

UK Home Secretary promises equal marriage for same-sex couples

Britain's Tory Home Secretary Theresa May has promised government action on legalising formal marriage for gay couples. Straight couples, she says, will also be able to choose civil partnerships.

Sex offender right to appeal court decision appalls UK parliament

British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he was appalled at the decision taken by the Supreme Court to allow convicted sex offenders the right to appeal against being kept on the sex offenders register for life.

New Home Secretary’s surprise message to gay campaign

A new British secretary of state not noted for her positive voting record on issues concerning homosexuality has sent a message of support to today’s International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO).
 

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