After two NGOs had their accounts closed, the Muslim Charities Forum told BuzzFeed News that banks were making it harder for smaller charities and voluntary groups to carry out their work.
The show's 31-year-old star told Loose Women she was given police protection after being targeted by Twitter trolls.
Mohammed Rasool, a fixer for Vice News, was imprisoned in August for 131 days, following accusations of aiding "terrorist organisations." He is out on bail.
The UK government is under pressure to explain how a Briton suspected of appearing in latest ISIS video was able to flee to Syria while on police bail for terror offences.
The prime minister said the latest video, which directly references him, was "desperate stuff" from "a group that's losing ground".
A well-known British imam, along with at least two Muslim families, told BuzzFeed News they had their travel authorisations revoked at the last minute without explanation.
In a statement to MPs, prime minister David Cameron said the UK would not ban the group but considers support or membership to be an "indicator of extremism".
A new report submitted to the Ministry of Defence also recommends that more resources should be put into welfare services for new army recruits.
After 14 years of detention without trial in the US prison camp in Cuba, Shaker Aamer has given his first interviews to the media since being released in October.
Faith healing is a popular medical treatment among some British Muslims. But experts warn it could be used as an "alternative to professional mental health treatment".
And some of his followers are not impressed.
One person suffered serious injuries after being attacked by a man who reportedly said: "This is for Syria." Police are investigating the incident as an act of terror.
According to Barnardo’s, around 20,000 children in the UK have a male relative in prison, and around 17,000 children visit relatives in prison every year.
The pupils in Waltham Forest, North London had been made to answer questionnaires about their religious and political beliefs.
"It's complicated," leading analysts told BuzzFeed News after David Cameron made the claim when he urged MPs to back UK intervention in Syria.
The Canadian Prime Minister said the refugees would all be included into government resettlement schemes, on top of those being privately sponsored.
Survation, which carried out a poll of British Muslims for the newspaper, said it "did not endorse or support" the tabloid's controversial interpretation of the results.
Critics of the The Sun's front page splash say their headline misrepresents the actual data, and may even be dangerous.
The British government estimates that around 300 people who fought in Syria and Iraq have returned. But ministers haven't been clear about what will happen to them next.
Fletcher was shot in the back outside the Libyan embassy. No one has ever been prosecuted over her death.