• Do you believe that the US is racially profiling London Muslims and stopping them from flying there?

    "At least 10 more British Muslims have been denied entry to the US but are too scared to speak out in case they are never allowed into the country, it has been claimed. Prominent imam Ajmal Masroor had his US visa revoked on December 17 just after checking in for a Virgin Atlantic flight at Heathrow Airport. And – speaking after an MP said... show more
    "At least 10 more British Muslims have been denied entry to the US but are too scared to speak out in case they are never allowed into the country, it has been claimed. Prominent imam Ajmal Masroor had his US visa revoked on December 17 just after checking in for a Virgin Atlantic flight at Heathrow Airport. And – speaking after an MP said Prime Minister David Cameron should challenge the US over a family prevented from boarding a flight to the country - he said he had been made aware of at least 10 other similar cases." http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/hom... Your thoughts?
    27 answers · Current Events · 2 years ago
  • How far in advance can you make egg mayonnaise?

    I am making egg mayonnaise tartlets with crispy bacon on top for canapés but wanted to know how far in advance I can make the egg mayo filling safely. Thanks in advance.
    I am making egg mayonnaise tartlets with crispy bacon on top for canapés but wanted to know how far in advance I can make the egg mayo filling safely. Thanks in advance.
    6 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 2 years ago
  • UK: Do you think Shaker Aamer should be placed under arrest?

    He has been held in Guantanamo Bay for 13 years under allegations he had led a Taliban unit and had met Osama Bin Laden. Downing Street said there were "no plans" to detain him after his arrival. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-34675324 Your thoughts?
    He has been held in Guantanamo Bay for 13 years under allegations he had led a Taliban unit and had met Osama Bin Laden. Downing Street said there were "no plans" to detain him after his arrival. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-34675324 Your thoughts?
    17 answers · Current Events · 2 years ago
  • UK: Do you agree with the car smoking ban?

    "A law banning smoking in vehicles carrying children has come into force in England and Wales. Drivers and passengers who break the law could face a penalty fine of £50 - but police say they will take a non-confrontational approach initially. Whenever an under-18 is in the car, smokers will still be liable even if the windows are down or... show more
    "A law banning smoking in vehicles carrying children has come into force in England and Wales. Drivers and passengers who break the law could face a penalty fine of £50 - but police say they will take a non-confrontational approach initially. Whenever an under-18 is in the car, smokers will still be liable even if the windows are down or sunroof open." http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-3440262... Your thoughts?
    25 answers · Current Events · 2 years ago
  • Should the Madeleine McCann investigation be wound down?

    "A former police chief has called for the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann to be wound up. Ex head of the Metropolitan Police's Flying Squad, John O'Connor, has questioned whether probe should continue after it was revealed Scotland Yard has spent £11million on the case but have made no arrests. The... show more
    "A former police chief has called for the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann to be wound up. Ex head of the Metropolitan Police's Flying Squad, John O'Connor, has questioned whether probe should continue after it was revealed Scotland Yard has spent £11million on the case but have made no arrests. The Metropolitan Police was tasked with investigating the disappearance after Madeleine's family made a personal plea to David Cameron in 2011." Your thoughts?
    10 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • Do you believe Michael Barrymore is holding something back from Police?

    "Michael Barrymore has ‘failed’ to give details about the death of a 31-year-old man in his swimming pool, according to police. Essex Police said the shamed TV presenter has continued to withhold information about the death of father-of-one Stuart Lubbock in 2001. Barrymore is suing the police force for wrongful arrest and imprisonment, which... show more
    "Michael Barrymore has ‘failed’ to give details about the death of a 31-year-old man in his swimming pool, according to police. Essex Police said the shamed TV presenter has continued to withhold information about the death of father-of-one Stuart Lubbock in 2001. Barrymore is suing the police force for wrongful arrest and imprisonment, which he believes tarnished his reputation and ended his TV career." Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-... Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
    6 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • In the UK, can you force tenant to pay rent by direct debit?

    My friend has tenants who are always late with their payments. It is always one excuse or another. Although he will not be renewing their tenancy, when the new tenants are secured, can he legally say that he will only accept rental payments by direct debit?
    My friend has tenants who are always late with their payments. It is always one excuse or another. Although he will not be renewing their tenancy, when the new tenants are secured, can he legally say that he will only accept rental payments by direct debit?
    7 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 years ago
  • What are your memories of Cilla Black?

    http://metro.co.uk/2015/08/02/cilla-blac... Cilla passed away today. RIP.
    http://metro.co.uk/2015/08/02/cilla-blac... Cilla passed away today. RIP.
    24 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • How can I appeal a violation when the link in the email will not work?

    I have been reported for breaking the terms of use and I have not done this so I wish to appeal the violation notice. The appeal link in the email does not work. How can I appeal? Thanks.
    I have been reported for breaking the terms of use and I have not done this so I wish to appeal the violation notice. The appeal link in the email does not work. How can I appeal? Thanks.
    1 answer · Yahoo Answers · 3 years ago
  • Are Terence Stamp's comments provocative or just telling the truth?

    "Terence Stamp was the symbol of ‘Swinging London’ in the Sixties, but says he now feels like an alien in his own country. ‘It’s very sad how few English people there are in London now,’ he tells me at a party in Mayfair, where he lamented what he seems to see as a lack of integration among some immigrants. ‘When I grew up in East London... show more
    "Terence Stamp was the symbol of ‘Swinging London’ in the Sixties, but says he now feels like an alien in his own country. ‘It’s very sad how few English people there are in London now,’ he tells me at a party in Mayfair, where he lamented what he seems to see as a lack of integration among some immigrants. ‘When I grew up in East London everyone seemed to speak English, and now you can barely get by speaking our own language.’ ‘I don’t live in the East any more, but I absolutely love mangoes and so occasionally I go back there to buy these wonderful Alphonso mangoes from the market on Green Street. 'I’m lucky if I can buy one now at all because no one speaks English. ‘It’s changed so much in such a short space of time, that God knows what London will be like in another decade or so.’ He added: ‘You see these mums wandering around with their prams and four out of five of them have these scarves wrapped around their heads. I feel like it’s not London any more; not the one I used to know anyway. ‘I do think a multicultural society can be a good thing, but when it’s at the cost of your own culture and history, then it’s gone too far and it would be very sad if London stopped being predominantly English.’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-... Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Your thoughts?
    15 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • Do you believe that Tube staff have the right to strike?

    Tube staff hold the entire capital to ransom when they strike like they are now. Millions will struggle to get to work tomorrow. Those who can't make it, like temp workers, will lose a days pay. Should Tube workers be allowed to hold a capital to ransom like this just because they cannot handle change?
    Tube staff hold the entire capital to ransom when they strike like they are now. Millions will struggle to get to work tomorrow. Those who can't make it, like temp workers, will lose a days pay. Should Tube workers be allowed to hold a capital to ransom like this just because they cannot handle change?
    18 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • Is Cameron right, do some in the Muslim community 'quietly condone' IS ideology?

    "Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to warn of the dangers posed by those who "quietly condone" Islamic State militants' extremist ideology. Speaking at a security conference in the Slovakian capital Bratislava later, he will also stress the importance of tackling radicalisation at its source. Mr Cameron will highlight the... show more
    "Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to warn of the dangers posed by those who "quietly condone" Islamic State militants' extremist ideology. Speaking at a security conference in the Slovakian capital Bratislava later, he will also stress the importance of tackling radicalisation at its source. Mr Cameron will highlight the role families and communities can play in countering such radicalisation. He will say: "The cause is ideological. It is an Islamist extremist ideology, one that says the West is bad and democracy is wrong, that women are inferior and homosexuality is evil. "It says religious doctrine trumps the rule of law and Caliphate trumps nation state and it justifies violence in asserting itself and achieving its aims. The question is: How do people arrive at this worldview? "I am clear that one of the reasons is that there are people who hold some of these views who don't go as far as advocating violence, but do buy into some of these prejudices, giving the extreme Islamist narrative weight and telling fellow Muslims, 'You are part of this.'"" Your view?
    15 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • Do you support the E-cigarette ban in enclosed spaces in Wales?

    "People will be banned from using e-cigarettes in enclosed places such as restaurants, pubs and at work in Wales, under a new public health law. The plan, likely to come into force in 2017 and the first in the UK, has already divided opinion among health and medical groups, including some anti-smoking campaigners. But ministers say it is a... show more
    "People will be banned from using e-cigarettes in enclosed places such as restaurants, pubs and at work in Wales, under a new public health law. The plan, likely to come into force in 2017 and the first in the UK, has already divided opinion among health and medical groups, including some anti-smoking campaigners. But ministers say it is a "balance of risk" and will stop children smoking. In taking the decision to bring in the e-cigarette ban, ministers have argued they did not want to take the risk of seeing smoking "normalised" again after the success of the smoking ban. Your thoughts? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-33025...
    20 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • UK: What do you think about Wimbledon banning selfie sticks?

    Good riddance to an annoying craze or them being too hard on a bit of fun?
    Good riddance to an annoying craze or them being too hard on a bit of fun?
    14 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • UK Why have the Police not revealed the sex or age of the suspects in the Becky Watts disappearance?

    I am puzzled as to why they are not releasing this information. Any ideas?
    I am puzzled as to why they are not releasing this information. Any ideas?
    7 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago
  • Why can I not submit an answer to a particular question?

    I am trying to reply to a question but I cannot submit my answer. I can however reply to other questions. The person who posted has made it anonymous so could this be a person who has blocked me? If so, I am fine with that but I want to check there is no other fault.
    I am trying to reply to a question but I cannot submit my answer. I can however reply to other questions. The person who posted has made it anonymous so could this be a person who has blocked me? If so, I am fine with that but I want to check there is no other fault.
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 3 years ago
  • Do you welcome the clampdown on cold call companies?

    "Imposing fines of up to £500,000 on the companies behind cold calls and nuisance text messages is to become easier under changes to the law being made by the government. The move follows tens of thousands of complaints about cold calling. Currently, firms can only be punished if the Information Commissioner can prove a call caused... show more
    "Imposing fines of up to £500,000 on the companies behind cold calls and nuisance text messages is to become easier under changes to the law being made by the government. The move follows tens of thousands of complaints about cold calling. Currently, firms can only be punished if the Information Commissioner can prove a call caused "substantial damage or substantial distress". But from April 6, that legal requirement is to be removed." Your thoughts?
    16 answers · Current Events · 3 years ago