Since Priti Patel’s announcement on Tuesday (5 October) to crack down on protesters, civil liberties groups have reacted with outrage, saying the plans disregard any notion of a “healthy democracy”.
An investigation revealed this week that over half of Metropolitan police officers found guilty of sexual misconduct between 2016-2020 have remained in their roles.
A union activist, who campaigned against “impossible workloads” for cleaners at Facebook’s London offices, has been ordered to be removed by the US tech giant’s facilities management firm.
Despite his 2019 manifesto, Boris Johnson is expected to announce an increase in national insurance payments to apparently fund the social care crisis.
A review by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) was published on 25th August reporting on the issue of taser use by the police in England and Wales. The report highlighted
Accounts have emerged of abusive conduct in the segregation unit in HMP Wakefield today (Wednesday 25 August), following protests at HMP Long Lartin four days ago, sparked by similar, if not identical treatment towards Muslim prisoners.
Reinforcing queries over civil service neutrality, Priti Patel has picked the previous head of a far-right anti-tax pressure group and past editor of a conservative blog for a government position in the Home Office.
The Home Office has been admonished for creating a website that pretends to supply independent advice to asylum seekers contemplating moving to the UK, but omitted the fact that Priti Patel’s department is at the bottom of it.
The Conservative Party chairman, the nephew of the Duchess of Cornwall, has been implicated in earning money from setting up meetings between rich businessmen and his uncle, the Prince of Wales.
The Tories are set to allocate £195 million on killer drones only days after NHS staff balked at a mere 3% pay offer from the government.