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Forcing someone to marry against their will is to be made a criminal offence in England and Wales, it has been confirmed.Figures from the Home Office Forced Marriage Unit show 1,468 cases were recorded in 2011.
David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi breached the ministerial code when she was accompanied by a business partner on an official visit to Pakistan.
Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, a Minister in the British Government, strongly condemned the terror attacks targeting Pakistan’s judiciary in Islamabad.
Ladies from London Tigers’ women’s projects celebrated International Language Day by organising a cultural show at Stepney Green School.