The inside track on justice and injustice – latest analysis from Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
A two-year investigation into the Metropolitan Police’s treatment of female, black, minority ethnic and gay officers has uncovered a culture of fear, significant weaknesses in handling discrimination complaints and a general reluctance within the force to admit mistakes and apologise.
Muslim activist Dr Salman Butt has launched legal action against the Home Secretary after he was named in a Government press release about hate preachers.
The London firefighter has accepted an invitation to discuss how diversity training could be improved in the Met after telling Channel 4 News that “racism is like a disease” in the
One insider describes her as a formidable negotiator with great attention to detail – someone who, perhaps surprisingly, “cares more about the little people than the big ones”.
Hate crime across the UK had gone up 46% in the two weeks either side of the Brexit vote, compared to the same period last year.
Police officers in England and Wales are being dismissed for misconduct at the rate of more than one a day.
Proposed new guidance on undercover police operations has for the first time stipulated that sexual relations are unacceptable and cannot be authorised unless in extreme situations.
Tomorrow the Spycops public inquiry will address whether the state has a duty to reveal to all parents if their dead child’s identity was taken and used in the name of undercover
The Home Secretary has delivered a powerful warning to police officers that Hillsborough is a touchstone for the future of policing.