Scotland Yard's former director of internal audit has made serious allegations about ex-commissioners Lord Blair and Sir Paul Stephenson, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.
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Monday 12 March 2012
Former home secretary Alan Johnson had "no appetite" for inspectors to review Scotland Yard's original police phone-hacking investigation, the Leveson Inquiry heard today.
Friday 19 August 2011
The PM's reluctance to pay has police fearing the costs will be taken from their already stretched finances
Thursday 11 August 2011
David Cameron today vowed to do "whatever it takes" to restore order to the streets after four days of looting and rioting brought chaos and destruction to English towns and cities.
Tuesday 09 August 2011
The clamour for political leaders to curtail their holidays when something goes wrong is a simplistic, knee-jerk response.
Thursday 04 August 2011
A chief constable and his deputy arrested over corruption claims were today released on bail.
Thursday 04 August 2011
One of Britain's top policemen and his deputy were arrested yesterday as part of an investigation into corruption and fraud.
Wednesday 03 August 2011
The Chief Constable of Cleveland and his deputy were today suspended from their posts after being arrested by detectives investigating allegations of misconduct, abuse of position and corrupt practice.
Friday 29 July 2011
Boris Johnson would have been "attempting to pervert the course of justice" if he knew police had reopened the investigation into phone hacking when he dismissed fresh allegations as "codswallop", it was claimed yesterday.
Tuesday 26 July 2011
A dispute has broken out between Amy Winehouse's management and her record label in the wake of the 27-year-old singer's death at the weekend.
Friday 08 July 2011
The slew of revelations about fresh potential victims of hacking continued yesterday, with the latest names to emerge those of families of soldiers killed in Iraq.
Monday 27 June 2011
Almost 900 more staff are to lose their jobs in a second phase of cost cutting at one of the country's biggest police forces.
Friday 10 June 2011
Outlook For all the doom and gloom in the latest update from Home Retail Group on trading at Argos, it is worth a bit of perspective. The market for big-ticket electricals may have been hit by the squeeze on household incomes, but Argos is retaining its share. Although the supermarkets have parked their tanks on its lawns, they do not appear to be doing much damage. Nor do online competitors.
Wednesday 08 June 2011
A US-style National Crime Agency will have a sweeping new power to step in to directly task and coordinate police forces in a bid to tackle organised crime and secure the UK's borders, the Home Secretary said.
Friday 27 May 2011
A Chief Constable was considering taking legal action today after the Independent Police Complaints Commission announced it was investigating an allegation that he used "undue influence" to appoint a member of staff to his force.
Sunday 15 May 2011
Home Secretary Theresa May has vowed to reverse the shock rejection of directly-elected police commissioners by the House of Lords.
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Socialist Worker called to apologise over ‘vile’ article saying Eton schoolboy Horatio Chapple's death is ‘reason to save the polar bears’
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