Good night. Suella Braverman has warned that illegal and uncontrolled migration poses an “existential challenge” to the West.
Elsewhere, the Labor Party plans to impose VAT on private schools in its first year in power if it wins the next election.
Uncontrolled, illegal migration poses ‘existential challenge’ for West, says Braverman
Suella Braverman has warned uncontrolled and illegal migration poses an “existential challenge” to the West. In a speech in Washington DC, the Secretary of the Interior said that an “optimal level of immigration” could be achieved, but in the last 25 years the influx to Europe and the United Kingdom It had been “too much” and “too fast.”
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Unions plan to add VAT to private school fees in first year in power
Labor would immediately strip independent schools of their charitable status, removing its 20 per cent VAT exemption and business rates relief. The party claims the change would raise £1.7bn and that “every penny” of the new tax revenue would be channeled into state education. But senior private sector sources have said they will push for a full consultation on the proposals as they believe the situation is More complicated than the Labor Party thinks or are willing to admit.
Alleged spy network accused of plot to kidnap Russian targets
An alleged spy network is accused of conspiring to kidnap Russian targets while operating in the UK for two and a half years, a court heard. Five Bulgarians, three men and two women, are accused of conspiring to collect information that would be useful to an enemy between August 2020 and February this year. The Crown Prosecution Service has charged all five defendants with UK based espionage and to gather information to assist in kidnapping plots.
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