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Up to a thousand lawyers are expected to stage a protest against planned cuts in criminal legal aid at Parliament today.
Lawyers face serious criticism after a CPS inquiry into the aborted trials of 12 police officers involved in the investigation of murdered prostitute Lynette White, Channel 4 News has learned.
A review of an IPCC investigation into the death in custody of Sean Rigg is severely criticised for making a series of fundamental errors. But this is not the first time concerns have been raised.
Is the coalition right when it claims that, despite spending increases, reoffending rates have barely changed? And does it justify selling off much of the probation service to the private sector?
A mother and son go to court after the Metropolitan police are granted an appeal against an earlier finding that the pair were racially harassed by an officer.
PR guru Max Clifford is charged with 11 counts of indecently assaulting teenage girls, two of them under age, over a 20-year period.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission launches an investigation into whether a police Taser used on a man doused in petrol ignited the flammable liquid, causing his death.
As the media reveals Rolf Harris as the celebrity quizzed over historical sex allegations, Simon Israel asks whether the media should identify such people before any charges are considered or brought.
Police flood the streets of central London for the funeral of Margaret Thatcher, with 4,000 officers lining the route. Security has been ramped up following the Boston bombings in the US.
A new report warns of the increasing tactic of kidnaps and estimates that at least $60m has gone to financing terrorist groups in ransom payments since 2008.
The deputy chief constable of Cleveland police has been sacked in one of the most expensive police disciplinary inquiries.
Police are to introduce a new national system to grade missing children, which they argue will free up resources and target attention on those at greatest risk.
Appeal judges order police to erase all details of John Catt, an 88-year-old peaceful protester, from its domestic extremism database. Simon Israel reports.
It is widely expected that both Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce will go to prison when Mr Justice Sweeney sentences them for perverting the course of justice.
The last of the trials of students involved in the 2010 violent protests has ended with the acquittal of Alifie Meadows, whose skull was fractured by a police baton during the demonstration.
The home secretary is being called on to overhaul the surveillance laws governing police undercover operations, writes Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel.
The Met Police's specialist sex crimes unit failed to pursue rape allegations properly and promoted officers who should have been investigated for gross misconduct, the police watchdog finds.
The Metropolitan Police launches an inquiry into allegations that its own officers colluded in the blacklisting of thousand of construction workers.
The judge in the trial of Vicky Pryce, the former wife of disgraced politican Chris Huhne, has dismissed the jury after they were unable to reach a majority verdict. There will now be a retrial.