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To bring them in would be deeply damaging to the principle of policing by consent

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Stephen Lawrence barrister Alison Saunders to take over from Keir Starmer as new Director of Public Prosecutions

Ms Saunders has been involved in high-profile cases, including those stemming from the London riots

Twenty cars were set alight during a second night of violence in a Paris suburb

Rioters set Paris ablaze over ban on Islamic veil

Twenty cars were burned and four people arrested early today in a second night of violence in a Paris suburb after allegedly heavy-handed police action to enforce France’s ban on the full-face Islamic veil.

A petrol bomb hits riot police after being thrown by loyalist rioters in north Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast riots: US diplomat arrives to resolve thorny issues as petrol bombs and missiles injure police

‘Peace envoy’ to Northern Ireland appointed in a bid to resolve issue of contentious parades

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Police officer injured in third night of Belfast riots

Petrol bombs and missiles met with rubber bullets as loyalists continue to protest ban on Orange Order parade

Riot police watch flames of petrol bombs thrown by loyalists in North Belfast

Belfast rioters warned: be prepared to face special courts within hours

Northern Ireland braces for a third night of disorder, with police and magistrates on standby to work through the night

Four hundred extra police officers have been deployed in Northern Ireland

Belfast riots: Petrol bombs and bricks hurled at police as disorder continues for second night

400 extra police drafted in following violence as MP Nigel Dodds is hit by brick

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Two men have been jailed for Stephen Lawrence's murder

Five police forces investigated over alleged Stephen Lawrence smear campaign

Police fractured my arm, says ‘smear victim’

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Mohammed Amran played a key part in the damning inquiry into the police handling of Stephen Lawrence’s murder

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Independiente fans throw tables and chairs at the club president

Fans of recently relegated Argentinian club Independiente vented their anger at President Javier Cantero on Friday night by launching chairs and other objects during a meet-and-greet.

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