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2014/07/30 14:09
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But prosecutors concluded that there was insufficient evidence to charge anyone in connection with Mr Rodney’s death. However a public inquiry, which published its findings last July, concluded that...
2014/07/30 14:09
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2014/07/28 11:24
2014/07/28 11:24
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Officers from the Home Office's Criminal Investigations team swooped on addresses in Wolverhampton and Oldbury. Two Nigerian men and a Czech woman were arrested and questioned on suspicion of...
2014/07/28 09:23
2014/07/28 09:23
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Would-be travellers waiting for new passports are at risk of further delays as Passport Office staff go on strike today. Members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) are walking out over...
2014/07/27 02:09
2014/07/27 02:09
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He's right. None of us should want a world with FGM in it. Indeed, we should be ashamed to live in a country that so far has failed to prevent this violence against women, which is used to control...
2014/07/25 16:37
2014/07/25 16:37
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Clifford Knuckey, who left the Met to work as a private investigator, allegedly fabricated invoices to suggest he was bribing his former police colleagues for inside information from a major...
2014/07/25 14:31
2014/07/25 14:31
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The Government needs to take urgent action to tackle the increase in sham weddings conducted in the UK, the Home Affairs Select Committee has suggested. The committee's report estimates that up to...
2014/07/24 18:37
2014/07/24 18:37
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The personal information on families including the parents of Stephen Lawrence and relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes was unlawfully stored in Metropolitan Police vaults for 20 years, it emerged...
2014/07/24 16:38
2014/07/24 16:38
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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has returned to Dhaka after her three-day visit to London to attend the first ever Girl Summit 2014. During her stay in the British capital, she also held...
2014/07/21 19:28
2014/07/21 19:28
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Female genital mutilation is common among women originating from countries within the Horn of AfricaGetty As many as 137,000 women are living with female genital mutilation in England and Wales,...
2014/07/17 16:00
2014/07/17 16:00
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The issue was raised a day after it was confirmed that 660 suspected paedophiles had been arrested across the UK, as part of an ongoing operation led by the National Crime Agency. The figure included...
2014/07/17 08:58
2014/07/17 08:58
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Six East Lancashire child porn suspects held Six East Lancashire child porn suspects held SIX child porn suspects from East Lancashire have been quizzed as part of a joint operation between county...
2014/07/16 23:39
2014/07/16 23:39
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The document, which was seen by BBC News, has come to light amid allegations that there was a ring of predatory paedophiles operating in and around Westminster in the 1980s. Written by a detective...
2014/07/16 22:12
2014/07/16 22:12
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... Heady days for Michael Fallon with the rightwinger resurfacing as defence secretary. And there were good reasons to give him defence in preference to education. Fallon was an education minister from...
2014/07/16 13:09
2014/07/16 13:09
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Yesterday the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill passed the Commons in a single day, after MPs voted 449 to 33 in favour. The Government did concede additional reviews of investigatory...
2014/07/16 12:39
2014/07/16 12:39
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While those within the Westminster bubble obsess about the gender, age and Eurosceptic balance of David Cameron's re-shuffled cabinet, a serious change to UK surveillance law is being rushed through...
2014/07/14 23:45
2014/07/14 23:45
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HOME Secretary Theresa May has come under attack from MPs over the appointment of Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss as head of a child sex abuse inquiry after the former high court judge was forced to...
2014/07/14 22:37
2014/07/14 22:37
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This was a relief. Who could accuse the Home Office of not having carried out what the chairman Keith Vaz called “due diligence” when it had obviously checked Debrett’s before appointing...
2014/07/14 18:12
2014/07/14 18:12
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No decision is imminent to authorise the use of water cannon on the streets of Britain despite the fact that the first of three German vehicles bought by the mayor of London has already been...
2014/07/14 13:48
2014/07/14 13:48
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The Tory-led government's "emergency" data retention and investigation powers (Drip) bill currently being rushed through Parliament has caught ISPs off guard, it has emerged. The Register understands...
2014/07/14 08:08
2014/07/14 08:08
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THE two top Scots Tories from Margaret Thatcher’s ­Government were last night linked to an alleged child abuse ring. Former Kinross and Western ­Perthshire MP Sir Nicholas Fairbairn and former party...
2014/07/30 14:09
2014/07/30 14:09
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