The Leicester East MP is engulfed in a scandal over male prostitutes
He's already broken the first rule, but if Vaz takes control of the media, he can still claw this one back
'As far as I can see he has not broken any laws, or caused anyone any harm,' says the human rights campaigner
Dubbed the 'Teflon MP', 59-year-old is widely seen as a slick self-publicist and nimble political networker
'Theresa May and the Home Office have very serious questions to answer about what went wrong,' says Shadow policing minister Jack Dromey
Announcement comes just a day after NUS presents Home Office with evidence justifying why an 'urgent' inquiry is needed
Crispin Blunt 'outs himself' as amyl nitrate sniffer, and an hour later, parliament bans it.
The Leicester MP deleted his Facebook and Twitter accounts on Wednesday
Jamal al-Harith was reportedly given £1m in compensation by Britain after claiming he was mistreated
Gay and lesbian people seeking asylum in the UK to escape persecution abroad are being told they must “prove” their sexuality, a committee has found.
Judges with 'bespoke' training to oversee complex abuse cases, but no new specialist courts, MPs told
The Home Secretary tells the House of Commons that they can be “a waste of police time” and serve to “undermine public confidence in the police”
Police “struggling to cope” with a flood of allegations resulting from the Jimmy Savile scandal have set aside £240,000 to hire former policeman as private detectives, it has been revealed.
Leading MP says eventual ruling could have 'huge implications for every citizen'
BBC documentary has found that in the past three years 500 stun guns have been seized by the Metropolitan Police in London
Children of royal-hoax nurse say tearful farewell at cathedral service