White working classes "should attend citizenship ceremonies to help them feel part of society again"

Alienated white working classes should attend citizenship ceremonies to help them feel part of British society again, says Cameron's poverty tsar Labour MP Frank Field said white working classes are unsure of identitiesHe told conference that English society has 'lost confidence in what it is'Concerns over immigration's impact on white working class communities By Daniel Martin PUBLISHED: 15:36 GMT, 4 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:59 GMT, 5 April 2013 Ideas: Frank Field, Labour MP for Birkenhead, said at a symposium that the white working classes are increasingly unsure of their identities The white working classes are so alienated from society that they should attend citizenship ceremonies with immigrants, according to David Cameron’s poverty tsar. Frank Field said some working class people were increasingly unsure of their identities. He suggested that going to the ‘wonderful’ citizenship ceremonies could help them feel like they were part of British society again.

Ahmed Shaheen: British student arrested in North Africa for "trying to join terror group"

British student arrested in North Africa for ‘trying to join terror group threatening to take control of entire Sahara’ | UPDATED: 10:44 GMT, 29 December 2012 A British student is under arrest in North Africa accused of trying to join an Islamic terrorist group threatening to take control over the entire Sahara. Ahmed Shaheen, 26, from London, was detained on the border between Mauritania and Mali as he tried to cross the Sahara on foot to reach the desert stronghold of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).

The smile that defies the Taliban: Marizeh, 6, has life changing reconstructive surgery at Long Island hospital after being shot in the face

The smile that defies the Taliban: Marizeh, 6, has life changing reconstructive surgery at Long Island hospital after being shot in the face | UPDATED: 22:16 GMT, 22 December 2012 You can barely see a hint of the sorrow that beautiful 6-year-old Marizeh endured when she smiles up at you with her newly reconstructed face. Marizeh, who's face was ruined by a Taliban's bullet in Afghanistan, underwent surgery at a Long Island hospital Friday to repair her face and be able to breathe normally again.