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Day: March 26, 2019

Sick racist targets Indian takeaway in Solihull
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Sick racist targets Indian takeaway in Solihull

    Vile racist abuse has been tagged onto a popular Indian takeaway, leaving the owner questioning: Where am I living now? Distraught Muzibur Rahman, who runs Saffron Indian Takeaway in Solihull , says he feels victimised and incredibly hurt. The word "P***" was emblazoned on the shutters of the longstanding curry house in huge black graffiti. Mr Rahman first opened up Saffron Indian Takeaway in Damsen Lane back in 1995, setting up in Solihull 24 years ago. "Well, I'm devastated," he said. "I can't really express my feelings. This is something very unusual that has happened. "In a long time we have been in Solihull, this kind of thing has never happened before. "I've got lots of customers, friendly people living here and they use us regularly. Nobody said nothing ...
Cabinet prepares for snap election
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Cabinet prepares for snap election

    Brexit chaos could plunge Britain into a general election in weeks, ministers said yesterday after rebel MPs voted to seize control of Brexit from the embattled Prime Minister. Three pro-EU ministers quit the Government to back a Commons amendment enabling MPs to take control of Commons business to stage a series of 'indicative votes' on alternatives to the Prime Minister's deal tomorrow. They were among 30 Conservative MPs to defy the whips and support the cross-party amendment which was passed by 392 to 302 - a majority of 27 - in another humiliating reverse for Theresa May. However, Mrs May has warned the government is not bound to honour the result of the indicative votes as they 'could lead to an outcome that is unnegotiable with the EU'. Tuesday had been tou...