Famed imam Mohammed Mahmoud urges government to take more action and even tackle Islamophobia within ruling party ranks
Dominic Raab, who replaced David Davis earlier this month after he quit the role in protest over the government's Brexit strategy, said "some conditionality between the two" was needed.
Hamdi Akin Ipek out on $64,000-bail in London, but cannot leave UK
The extra troops will be from the Welsh Guards regiment, with around half deploying in August and a second contingent to follow in February.
The EU has proposed replicating its free trade agreement with Canada, or Norway's access to the single market, but Prime Minister Theresa May is pressing for a bespoke arrangement.
We will continue to work 'very closely' with Turkey 'as we have done since the day of the attempted coup', says top diplomat
Prime Minister Theresa May's government agreed to the £14 billion (15.9 billion euros, $18.5 billion) plan earlier this month, saying it would provide a major boost to the economy.
Prime Minister Theresa May's government said doctors and nurses working in the state-run National Health Service (NHS) would be excluded from an annual cap on skilled workers from outside the European Union.
Barnier delivered his warning in a speech just days after the EU dismissed London's latest Brexit plans as "fantasy" following a round of technical talks in Brussels.
Ramadan Tent Project hosts annual event for Muslims and non-Muslims across the UK
Williamson also confirmed that Britain was looking at "alternative systems" for satellite navigation following doubts about its role in the European Union's long-awaited Galileo project after Brexit.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan stresses strong friendship, trade ties with UK, praising its solidarity in wake of defeated 2016 coup
Relations between London and Ankara have over the last years been relatively robust, without the tensions that have plagued relations between Turkey and other European powers such as Germany.
Facility will be UK's first permanent naval base in the region since 1971
The new measures are seen as punishment for Britain's calls on allies to expel Russian diplomats.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter have been in hospital since March 4 after being poisoned in an attack in Britain that London and its major Western allies blame on Russia.
It said the move was a response to Britain's "provocative actions" and "baseless accusations over the incident in Salisbury on March 4," referring to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal with a nerve agent developed in the Soviet Union, which Britain has blamed on Russia.
President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Friday said Russia's sanctions could come "any minute" even though he declined to say whether Moscow would deliver its response before Sunday's presidential election.
The escalating international scandal is unfolding as former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in critical condition after exposure to the Soviet-designed chemical Novichok on March 4 in the English city of Salisbury.
Tusk's draft plans rebuffed many of the demands that Prime Minister Theresa May made in a long-awaited speech on the post-Brexit relationship between Britain and the EU after 2019.
Boyko Borisov, the Bulgarian prime minister, said he had so far seen nothing in the talks on Britain's exit in March 2019 to give him hope for a good outcome.