Monday, February 20, 2017

Nursery Favours Middle Class

According to the Institute of Economic Affairs, the free entitlement to childcare should be replaced with a system that supports disadvantaged children. As of now, all parents in England have the right to 15 hours of free child care a week...

British Asian Trust beneficiaries join star-studded annual dinner, raising more than £850,000

The British Asian Trust hosted its 4th Annual Dinner tonight at Guildhall in London. The night proved to be extremely successful with distinguished guests turning out to support the charity and raising an astonishing £850,000 to support the Trust...

Charity Work Transforms People’s Opinions of Muslims

Penny Appeal, and other Muslim charities, who supported the people of Cumbria in the 2015 floods have created a positive image of British Muslims. Speaking ahead of the Carlisle Floods Expo, conference organisers Kerryanne Wilde and Sue Dust of...

Winners are announced at the 5th annual British Muslim Awards 2017 presented by Al...

The fifth annual British Muslim Awards took place on Wednesday January 25 where the winners were announced at the glamorous event at the Athena Hotel in Leicester. The black tie event acknowledged and celebrated the achievements, determination and hard work...

Rough Sleeping Up 50% Since 2015

According to a new report by the government, rough sleeping has more than doubled since 2010 and has risen by a staggering 50% in the last two years alone. Department for Communities and Local Governmen released figures that reveal over...

British Teen Turns Down £5,000,000 for his home-made website

A teenage tech prodigy has turned an eye-watering £5 million for a website that he set up in his bedroom. Mohammed Ali, 16, created the price comparison website, weneed1.com, in his bedroom but estimates that it will be worth...

Wheelchair Users Win Priority Seats Supreme Court Case

Wheelchair users have won a Supreme Court case which will grant them priority spaces on buses over pushchairs. The case was first brought to the Courts by Doug Paulley, a disabled man from Wetherby, West Yorkshire, when he boarded...

Library of Birmingham & British Library win Heritage Lottery Fund to celebrate South Asian...

Today (23 January 2017), the Library of Birmingham and the British Library have received £91,700 of National Lottery funding to present Documenting Histories, a partnership project celebrating the important role South Asian culture has played in forming Birmingham’s history...

Finalists are revealed for the 2017 British Muslim Awards presented by Al Rayan Bank

After receiving thousands of nominations from all over the country, the finalists for the British Muslim Awards presented by Al Rayan Bank have been announced. The fifth annual awards aim to recognise a wide range of achievements, covering various aspects...

Queen’s Reverend Resigns over Church Reading of Quran Passage

A chaplain to the Queen has resigned following a church allowing a Quran reading to take place during its service. The Rev Gavin Ashenden, who worked as one of the Queen’s thirty three special chaplains, criticised the Church, despite the...
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