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Most of us think Islam is a threat to Britain

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Friday 3 July 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Most Of Us Think Islam Is A Threat To Britain

More than half of Britons now regard Muslims as a threat to the UK, far more than in the immediate aftermath of the 7/7 bombings a decade ago, an exclusive poll for The Huffington Post UK has found. Read more.

EXCLUSIVE: Most Of Us Think Islam Is A Threat To Britain

Introducing Beyond the Bombings

Today The Huffington Post UK launches the third in our series of 'Beyond' projects - Beyond the Bombings. Previous to this we've run Beyond Belief and Beyond the Ballot. Each of these series were designed to take a longer form, insightful look at some pretty meaty issues digital media is often accused of ignoring. With Beyond the Bombings we've been deliberate to use our What's Working approach to news to focus on constructive, solution-led journalism. Read more.

Introducing Beyond the Bombings

July 7 - How I Escaped With My Life Through Sheer Luck

Suddenly there was an almighty bang, one of the manhole covers lifted off the floor (I'd never ever noticed they existed before!) and the train jerked to a stop. We could hear screaming coming from the front of the train, a man. Everyone got up and moved to the back of the coach to escape the black smoke. Read more.

July 7 - How I Escaped With My Life Through Sheer Luck

7/7 - I'll Never Forget That Night I Hosted the LBC Radio Phone-In

The next day I returned to the radio station I worked for, LBC 97.3, where I hosted their Friday evening phone-in. Ten years later, I can remember that programme more vividly than any I've presented in my 20-year broadcasting career. Read more.

7/7 - I'll Never Forget That Night I Hosted the LBC Radio Phone-In

ON THE BLOG: Dear New Mum, It's Okay

There are many other things that I have done as a mother, that frankly are probably not cricket. Sometimes in order to stay yourself, with the smallest amount of dignity, you have got to make the best of the tools you have at your disposal.  Read more.

ON THE BLOG: Dear New Mum, It's Okay

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