Brian Brady

Brian Brady is Whitehall Editor for The Independent on Sunday.

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The Home Office says the current vetting system is needed to protect children

Dangerous criminals caught trying to get school jobs

Thousands of criminals, including murderers, paedophiles and rapists, have been caught trying to get jobs in Britain’s schools, an investigation by The Independent on Sunday has revealed.

PM's election guru Lynton Crosby triggers smoke alarm

Has his work for a tobacco giant had any influence over government policy?

The Home Office says the current vetting system is needed to protect children and vulnerable adults

Home Office asks Supreme Court to make landmark privacy ruling

Government lawyers want to overturn decision that criminal records vetting system breaches human rights

Wainwright: 'Demands of fighting crime require co-operation'

Met's Madeleine McCann hunt 'at risk' if UK opts out of Europol

Britain's fight against international crime and terrorism – and even the Met's renewed hunt for Madeleine McCann – have been put at risk by the Government's proposal to stop co-operating with Europe's cross-border policing body, police and politicians have warned.

David Cameron talking to a group of Pakistani students in Islamabad

David Cameron defends controversial Kazakhstan trip with pledge to secure UK jobs

Pressure groups have called on the PM to raise human rights  issues with the regime

David Cameron warns MPs over their plan for £10k pay rise

A £10,000 pay rise for MPs would be “unthinkable” unless Parliament agrees further measures to cut the cost of politics, David Cameron has said. The MPs’ pay watchdog is expected to announce proposals for an inflation-busting 15 per cent increase in the basic salary of Westminster politicians, following a debate about their pay and perks.

The Prime Minister eating breakfast with troops

Taliban could soon be coming in from the cold

A lasting peace in Afghanistan could be secured if the former Islamic fundamentalist fighters were to have a role in the new national government and even in its army, say Western military officials

David Cameron to ask Pakistan's PM for help on Afghanistan

David Cameron will today ask Pakistan's re-elected leader to help shore up security in the region – and to stay out of Afghanistan as it takes it first faltering steps as an independent democracy. Mr Cameron will become the first major leader to meet Nawaz Sharif, as he starts an unprecedented third term as prime minister.

David Cameron flies into Afghanistan as army warns British troops will stay to support Afghan forces for up to five years

British troops will be stuck in Afghanistan for up to five years after Nato’s “final” withdrawal from the war-torn country by the end of 2014.

David Cameron shaking hands with the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev

David Cameron under pressure to raise human rights in Kazakhstan

Mr Cameron will be the first serving British Prime Minister to visit the former Soviet republic

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