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'We've heard it could be months': Afghan refugees await UK homes
After a hellish journey involving wading through sewage to reach Kabul airport and cramming into a military plane with no seats, Farukhzad was relieved beyond belief to reach England in August.
Tarek El Moussa Meets a House He 'Never Would Have Touched'-Find Out Why
Tarek El Moussa has invested in some pretty run-down homes in his day.
Afghan refugees may be housed in UK hotels for up to a year, say councils
Council leaders are making contingency plans for thousands of refugees evacuated from Kabul to remain housed in hotel rooms for up to a year, while criticisising ministers for slow progress in finding long-term housing for people who fled Afghanistan.
Police to check medical and social media history before issuing gun licences
Police will have to check someone's medical history before giving them a firearms licence and should also scour their social media history, under new rules issued by government after the Plymouth gun attack.
Deeply worrying' rise in stalking offences in London as cases reach record levels
S hocking new figures have revealed there were more than 10,000 stalking offences recorded in London in the 12 months leading up to September 2021.
Ken Fulk launches fantastical textiles collection for Pierre Frey + more local style scoop
Plus, it's time to jeuje your home workspace with an ergo chair from one of Herman Miller's two new Bay Area stores, and shop to support the fight against breast cancer with Forever 21 x Stand Up To Cancer.
Home secretary wants police update on spiking by needles
By Marie Jackson & Imran Rahman-Jones BBC News
Police chiefs have also been tasked by the Commons Home Affairs Committee to urgently assess the scale of the problem around the country.
$250,000 Homes in Connecticut, Maryland and Missouri
An 1841 Greek Revival cottage in New Haven, a 1920 rowhouse in Baltimore and a midcentury brick home in St. Louis.
Nightclub boycott after date rape injections leave women afraid to leave the house
Women are "scared" to go out clubbing as police investigate reports of spiking through injection, campaigners have warned.
Watchdog looks at protecting MPs by cutting details from expenses
The UK's parliamentary spending watchdog has begun redacting parts of MPs' expenses to protect their safety since the killing of Sir David Amess.