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President of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and survivor Ben Helfgott today lit a candle in memory of the Holocaust's victims.
– Home Office
"All claims for asylum are considered carefully. In fact fewer claims from women are refused at the first stage than those of men.
Where we and the courts find that an individual has no need of our protection we expect them to return home - no failed asylum seeker would face destitution if they comply with our laws."
This is the response to our report on ITV London tonight, hearing the voices of asylum seekers in the capital, ahead of an inquiry beginning next month.
London has a long and proud reputation as a haven for people fleeing oppression and violence in their own countries, but what happens when those people once they get here?
A powerful committee of MPs will hold an inquiry on asylum next month.
Ahead of that, our reporter Ria Chatterjee has been hearing from women who claim their suffering has not ended just because they have reached London.
Police in Egypt have denied reports that two Egyptian lifeguards have been arrested following the death of five year-old Chloe Johnson on Friday.
Chloe from Forest Hill drowned in a swimming pool while on holiday in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
Police say they are continuing with the investigation.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada's bid to be released from custody following the revoking of his bail has been refused.
The terror suspect, who recently pledged to voluntarily leave Britain after years of fighting deportation, was jailed in Belmarsh prison in March when his bail was revoked.
Requesting his release from custody at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, Qatada's lawyer Daniel Friedman QC said his client was a "proud and dignified man" who "has been deprived of his liberty more than any other non-convicted person in British history".
Qatada allegedly breached bail conditions which prevent him from turning mobile phones and possessing other communication devices at his home in London.
Earlier this month, it emerged the controversial preacher is willing to return to the Middle East when a treaty between the UK and Jordan is ratified by both countries.
It is being reported that two lifeguards have been arrested at the Egyptian holiday resort where five year-old Chloe Johnson died on Friday.
Chloe from Forest Hill drowned in a swimming pool while on holiday at the Coral Sea Waterworld hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.
Her parents have claimed that no life guards were present when she died.
The headteacher of the school attended by five-year-old Chloe Johnson who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt has paid tribute to her, saying she was "artistic and creative, always trying her best".
Chloe, from Forest Hill, died in a waterpark at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel, in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, on Friday.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada launches a fresh bid for freedom today as he seeks to be released from prison at an immigration tribunal.
The terror suspect, who recently pledged to voluntarily leave Britain after years of fighting deportation, was sent back to Belmarsh prison in March after his bail was revoked.
The parents of five year-old Chloe Johnson have spoken to ITV London about the tragedy.
Chloe was found dead after going to play in a pool at the resort in Sharm-El-Sheikh.
Her parents say they were not given any professional help and were left for hours before an ambulance came to take her body away.
London's Metropolitan Police clarified it has not arrested anyone associated with a Pakistan political party following Imran Khan's comments that he held the British Government responsible for the killing of a senior politician:
We would like to clarify that the MPS has not arrested any individual associated with a Pakistan political party. 1 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
We continue to investigate complaints about alleged comments from an individual associated with Muttahida Qaumi Movement. 2 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
Mr Khan, who leads the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, has blamed the death on the Muttahida Quami Movement's leader Altaf Hussain, who lives in the UK .