News Carol Duggan, Mark Duggan’s aunt, after her nephew’s inquest

Scotland Yard ignored recommendations to review a controversial police tactic deployed against Mark Duggan minutes before he was shot, despite being advised to do so six years earlier, a BBC television programme claims this evening.

Police officers could be banned from conferring after fatal shootings

IPCC face conferring ban after fatal police shootings

Police officers could be banned from conferring after fatal shootings in the wake of the death of Mark Duggan.

Family 'bitterly disappointed' at decision not to prosecute officer for murder over Anthony Grainger shooting

Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged with breaching health and safety rules over police killing of unarmed man

Video: Cases against two student protesters dropped after footage shows 'shocking' inconsistencies in police officers' account of events

Two student protesters who faced career-damaging allegations from the Metropolitan Police have had the cases against them thrown out after YouTube footage showed “shocking” inconsistencies in the police officers’ account of events.

Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley speaks to the media outside New Scotland Yard. The Met has been accused of failing the firearms officers who fatally wounded Mark Duggan following this week's verdict

Metropolitan Police ‘failed to support’ Mark Duggan case police

The Metropolitan Police has been accused of failing the firearms officers who fatally wounded Mark Duggan by showing “indifferent” support for them in the wake of this week’s inquest verdict.

Carole Duggan has urged “no more demonstrations, no more violence”

Mark Duggan’s family pledge to fight jury’s decision of lawful killing

Carole Duggan says the family will not give peace to the authorities until they get justice

Ali Aydi, right, the uncle of Rania Alayed and a friend put flowers at a layby next to the A19 near Thirsk in North Yorkshire

Family of missing Manchester woman Rania Alayed appeal for information

Does a moorland road hold the vital clue to solving her death?

File image: A police issue Taser X26 stun gun. Devon and Cornwall Police are currently carrying out an investigation supervised by the IPCC after officers Tasered three teenagers with learning difficulties

Police Taser three teenage pupils with learning difficulties

An investigation has been launched after police Tasered three teenage boys with complex learning difficulties after being called to a school

Rochdale sex abuse: Police apologise for failures as five men are sentenced for exploitation of 15-year-old girl

One offender was first interviewed in 2008 over rape claims but was released without charge

Ian Watkins

Ian Watkins’ family want to ‘knock him around a cell’ but will not give up on paedophile son

Former Lostprophets star has been sentenced to 35 years in jail for attempting to rape a baby and other child sex offences

Supporters are crushed against the barrier as disaster strikes before the FA Cup semi-final match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest - police footage of the day contains a 10-minute gap in one of the tapes

Questions asked about 'unexplained' 10-minute gap in Hillsborough tape

Matchday recording may have been 'adulterated', a pre-inquest hearing has announced

Lee James, left, and his victimBijan Ebrahimi

A death foretold: Vigilante Lee James’ warning to police days before he murdered disabled man Bijan Ebrahimi after he was wrongly outed as paedophile

As witch-hunt escalated, James had warned police that he would take the law into his own hands – but officers only read victim’s ‘I don’t feel safe’ email after his death

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Britain's most senior police officer, could be investigated for his role in the aftermath of the Hillsborough football disaster

Will Britain's most senior police officer, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, face Hillsborough quiz?

IPCC considering whether he should face investigation for events at Boys' Club where relatives of those killed were told who had died

A camera crew fims a scuffle between police and miners at a demonstration at Orgreave Colliery, South Yorkshire, during the miner's strike, 2nd June 1984 - All police forces in England and Wales have been asked to search their files over claims that officers altered witness statements

Battle of Orgreave: Police forces asked to search files over 'altered statements'

Bitter clashes with picketers came at height of 1984 miners' strike

Sgt Chris Jones and Det Sgt Stuart Hinton

Plebgate: Police officers endure public dressing down after being called to face MPs again

'If... I failed to recognise the meaning of the questions I was asked then I apologise' says Sgt Chris Jones

Former Tory chief whip Andrew Mitchell

Plebgate: IPPC criticises police officers over 'false account' of meeting with Andrew Mitchell following Downing Street gates row

Watchdog says that there should be a panel to determine whether three police officers gave a false account of meeting

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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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