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The escape of two suspects highlights a watering down of anti-terrorism measures
Latest investigation into 2007 disappearance has ‘significantly changed’ accepted version of events
Finding comes ahead of Tories’ plan to deter foreign nationals
Home Secretary, Theresa May, accused of presiding over a 'catalogue of chaos' at ports and airports
The move has added to the sense of unease among ethnic minority (BME) communities, already roused by the government’s 'go home' vans
The Government should not tell women what to wear, the Home Secretary has said amid ongoing debate over the use of full-face veils.
Institution axes controversial means test after a student sues them for discriminating against the poor
Manchester force takes unprecedented step after claims of smear campaign
More than a quarter of police stop-and-search checks are unlawful, an official report has found.
UK-based Minbar Ansar Deen and Boko Haram to be proscribed in the UK under terrorism laws
Corrupt and incompetent police officers have avoided detection because of a broken system of checks that have shaken public confidence in the integrity of the service, MPs said today.
A gay and mixed race former police officer has told the Commons about the mistreatment to which he was subjected by the Met
In response to reports of a 'frenzied machete attack' in south-east London, David Cameron has asked Home Secretary, Theresa May to chair a Cobra meeting.
Multiple mistakes by police in dealing with people suffering from mental illness could have contributed to dozens of deaths, an independent commission concluded today.
Human rights are for the rest of us, as well as the best of us. Anything approaching a sliding scale of entitlement is frightening, says Amnesty's Campaigns Director
Now Theresa May must ask permission from the Supreme Court to appeal to it directly