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Help for victims of domestic violence in a state of crisis, warns national survey
Mr Lacanivalu fought during two tours in Afghanistan and served with the British Army for nine years but faced being deported to Fiji
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
Marina Litvinenko’s fight for answers over the suspicious death of her husband, Alexander, has suffered another defeat after judges refused to protect her from facing crippling costs if she loses her legal battle for a public inquiry.
A new criminal offence of identity theft would be created by Labour in an effort to combat the dramatic rise in online fraud, shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper will announce today.
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.
For black British citizens who were born and raised in this land, to be stopped indiscriminately when going about their daily business is the ultimate humiliation
Prime Minister urges internet giants to ‘blacklist’ search terms and pledges to step up fight against extreme material
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
Victory for new police unit Operation Nexus raises concerns at criminal cases being shifted to immigration
Detectives investigating the brutal killing of Drummer Lee Rigby arrested three further men last night on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.
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.