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Dame Cressida Dick admits the streets of London ‘are not safe for everyone all of the time’ (Report)

Dame Cressida Dick admits the streets of London ‘are not safe for everyone all...

Metropolitan Police commissioner Dame Cressida Dick has said this morning that the streets of the capital are “not safe for everyone all of the time”. Black communities and women and girls face inflated rates of violence,...
NI Protocol is ‘unlawful’ on a number of grounds, court challenge is told (Report)

NI Protocol is ‘unlawful’ on a number of grounds, court challenge is told (Report)

“The purpose of this Judicial Review challenge is to undo the great wrong which was done in the imposition, without consent, of arrangements which leave Northern Ireland as a rule taker of foreign laws –...
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to hold a press conference at 5pm amid concerns about the Indian Covid variant

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to hold a press conference at 5pm amid concerns about the...

Boris Johnson will host a Downing Street press conference amid concerns over new coronavirus variants. The Prime Minister will be joined by the medical director of primary care for NHS England, Dr Nikita Kanani, at 5pm,...
Greensill lobbying scandal: What are the key questions facing David Cameron?

Greensill lobbying scandal: What are the key questions facing David Cameron?

Former prime minister David Cameron is set to face a long afternoon of questions from MPs over his lobbying for a now-collapsed finance firm. The ex-premier is due to appear on Thursday before two separate...
BBC apologises to Sir James Dyson after labelling him as a 'prominent Conservative supporter' (Report)

BBC apologises to Sir James Dyson after labelling him as a ‘prominent Conservative supporter’...

The BBC has apologised to Sir James Dyson for describing the inventor as a “prominent Conservative supporter” when he became embroiled in a lobbying row over leaked texts to Boris Johnson. In messages first revealed by...
UK 'truly sorry' for Ballymurphy massacre in which 10 people were killed

UK ‘truly sorry’ for Ballymurphy massacre in which 10 people were killed

The Government is “truly sorry” for the events in Ballymurphy 50 years ago, in which 10 innocent people were killed, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Brandon Lewis, has said. On Tuesday, coroner Mrs Justice...
PM confirms inquiry into handling of Covid crisis will begin in 2022

PM confirms inquiry into handling of Covid crisis will begin in 2022

Boris Johnson has confirmed there will be an independent public inquiry into the government's handling of the Covid-19 crisis. The Prime Minister told MPs in the Commons today that the State has an obligation to examine...
Cameron sent 68 messages to ministers and officials about Greensill (Report)

Cameron sent 68 messages to ministers and officials about Greensill (Report)

The former Prime Minister contacted six ministers as well as multiple senior officials to try to secure access to Government funding schemes for the firm, it has been revealed The full scale of David Cameron’s three-month...
Blair attacks 'woke left' Labour and says the party could cease to exist (Report)

Blair attacks ‘woke left’ Labour and says the party could cease to exist (Report)

Tony Blair unleashed a stinging attack on the “woke left” on Wednesday warning that Labour could cease to exist and that Sir Keir Starmer is “struggling to break through with the public”. In a devastating verdict...
Met commissioner considered using all-female unit to monitor Sarah Everard vigil (Report)

Met commissioner considered using all-female unit to monitor Sarah Everard vigil (Report)

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick said she considered using an all-female unit to monitor the Sarah Everard vigil in south London. Dame Cressida defended the Met’s handling of the event at Clapham Common on March...

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