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The decision follows a similar relaxation of the rules in the rest of the UK in 2011
Omer El-Hamdoon insists 'it would have serious implications on wider society' to allow companies to be able to ban religious clothing
Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom says open letter written by Alistair Darling and George Osborne is 'extraordinary'
Republicans Overseas spokeswoman Kate Andrews and author David Milne discuss the billionaire businessman
The former Labour MP has written an open letter with George Osborne criticising the Leave campaign
Solicitor Mark Stephens tells Julia Hartley-Brewer about some weird and wonderful legislation
The former Immigration Secretary claim 'it doesn't meet the needs the Leave campaign have identified'
Studies have shown once fathers are over 50 there is an increased risk of autism
'Crime is generally a man's business,' explains criminology professor David Wilson
New figures reveal one in eight local practice posts are vacant
The singer and presenter hopes her new documentary will help change perceptions
The Royal United Services Institute's Margaret Gilmore says the terrorist group will fight hard to maintain control of symbolic city
Harry Benson, from the Marriage Foundation, claims marital traditions may influence children's well-being
The courts are disjointed and overstretched, says Meg Hillier MP
Investment firm says other employers will aim to cut pension benefits is the government allows scheme to go ahead
Mary-Jo Jacobi, advisor to US presidents George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, explains the battle ahead for the likely Republican candidate
The English newspaper editor warns panic buying is increasing fuel shortages
The UKIP leader condemns the controversial 'A Vote Is A Vote' ad campaign
Katerina Lisenkova explains that politicians need to adapt to cope with increased migration figures
High-profile Conservatives support the call for ground troops in Syria and Iraq - they just don't believe they should be British
With one in five children being referred over abuse concerns, Andrew Bilson says 'it reduces the ability to find those who are harmed'
Jacquelyn MacLennan went to the supreme court to try to get emigrant ban overturned
Former minister Margaret Hodge bemoans lack of action from the UK government
Rough Guides writer Shafik Meghji urges against a relaxation of travel warnings to the North African country
Commentator Peter Foster explains how Norbert Hofer's popularity is being echoed round the continent
Professor Karol Sikora says it's vital patients know how to get the best out of the system
Political correspondent Matt Dathan says report will deliver an 'absolutely brutal' verdict
The Labour member for Birmingham Perry Barr says 'nothing is being done' to track militants who return to the UK
Surrogacy specialist Natalie Gamble says new legislation will put children 'front and centre'
Concerns over high rate of Turkish immigration are just scaremongering, says minister of state for criminal justice
Director of smokers' group says new 'anonymous' labelling will make no difference
Consultant for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home claims the dangerous-dog problem should be tackled at source
American political commentator Charlie Wolf claims the businessman was right to fight his campaign the way he did
Alex Macheras says 'the spotlight will shift closer to home' if the disappearance is ruled to be a terror attack
John Carr welcomes government plans to protect under 18's from online porn
Chairman of the Police Federation, Steve White, responds to comments made by Theresa May
Professor John Brewer says it shows 'a clear intent' to stamp out doping ahead of the games in Rio De Janiero
Steve Turner, the assistant general secretary at trade union Unite, claims the terms are exploitive
War On Want's senior campaigns officer Owen Espley reacts to reports accusing Beyonce's clothing range
Nic Dakin claims more needs to be done to address the issue
Roy Ramm has condemned the blunder which saw Old Trafford match postponed amid fears for public safety
Stephanie Hirst believes the orders are a step in the right direction against transgender discrimination
Jane Powell, CEO of Campaign Against Living Miserably (C.A.L.M), hails the Duke of Cambridge
Former SAS soldier Robin Horsfall reassures the public after a 'severe' warning of a terrorist attack from dissident Northern Irish republicans
Receptionist Nicola Thorp hits back after she was told she couldn't wear flat shoes in the office
Sebastian Payne from the Financial Times explains how the businessman is changing his tactics after becoming presumptive candidate
Peter Jukes supports the idea of making the corporation more accountable and dynamic
The Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General claims there are problems in every country across the world
The Prime Minister was caught on camera talking of 'fantastically corrupt countries'
The Assistant Secretary General from the Muslim Council of Britain says "1.3 billion Muslims around the world are having to carry the blame for actions we totally condemn"
The MP for Wellingborough weighs into the row following David Cameron's comments about Nigeria and Afghanistan
Danielle Clements claims we need to be mindful of irritating our neighbours
Will Geddes shared his insight into the terror training which took place in Manchester on Tuesday