An application to the High Court by police trying to block the woman from entering the UK was declined as the judge said it was up to the Secretary of State to intervene
The data did not specify if the women’s victims were male or female, however campaigners say the statistics serve as a reminder that while the overwhelming majority of abusers are male, women can also commit serious abuse
Authorities are investigating an alleged manifesto posted online which purportedly claims responsibility for an "intentional" bomb which exploded in New York earlier today, injuring 29 people.
The filmed confrontation has been shared tens of thousands of times on social media
Stephen Mader says he was told he 'failed to eliminate a threat' and put colleagues in harm's way
Police followed Bruce Dewey for 50 minutes in rush hour traffic
Javaria Saeed says Muslim officers were allowed to get away with comments which would get their white colleagues fired
National Police Chief's Council says year-on-year increase persists despite decline on previous week
Use of Tasers and body cameras has been highlighted following the death of former football star Dalian Atkinson after he was Tasered in Telford
It is understood the four men were injured in three separate stabbings during the festivities
Right-wing politicians have vowed to keep the ban by passing legislation via central government, after a court found local bans are 'seriously and clearly illegal'
He later apologises, saying 'no offence meant'
Huge disparity in how police forces across England and Wales tackle possession of class B drug revealed
'As long as the legal situation stays as it is, our hands are unfortunately tied' police commander says
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Vice-chairman of the organisation for rank-and-file officers links the demand for Tasers to the drop in police numbers while Theresa May was Home Secretary