A female firearms officer has told a court that she felt frightened for her family’s safety after making complaints about a “toxic and discriminatory” culture in her unit.
A female firearms officer who was told she would have to make do with body armour made for men could be in line for one of the biggest payouts of its type at an employment tribunal at England’s second largest police force.
The government looks likely to face yet another by-election after parliament’s standards committee recommended an eight-week suspension for the former government Chief Whip Chris Pincher for drunkenly groping two men last summer.
Councils have warned that up to eight thousand Afghans who came to the UK seeking asylum after the Taliban seized power are at risk of becoming homeless.
Rwanda is not a safe third country for asylum seekers to be sent to. Rishi Sunak disagrees and the government will appeal against today’s decision, as the policy is a key part of his promise to deter people from crossing the Channel to the UK on small boats.
RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire is best known for being where the “dambusting” bomber squadron was based during the Second World War. The huge site closed for military use back in March with the Government saying it wants to accommodate up to two thousand people there who are seeking asylum. The local council and…
A man accused of murdering three people in Tuesday’s Nottingham attacks has appeared in court.
A man has been charged with three counts of murder and attempted murder, after the attacks in the city of Nottingham earlier this week.
In Nottingham, detectives investigating a series of violent attacks on Tuesday have been granted more time to question a 31 year-old man on suspicion of murder.
Profound shock and grief run through the tributes paid today to two nineteen year old students and a sixty-five year old school caretaker who were fatally stabbed in Nottingham yesterday during an incident that also left three others injured, one of them seriously.
Horror in Nottingham unfolded in a matter of hours after a brutal attack – making sense of it may take much longer.
We take a deeper look at some of the numbers in today’s release of official statistics on a different aspect of migration: the government’s pledge to reduce the backlog of asylum seekers awaiting a decision.
Universities are warning that billions of pounds could be lost to the economy because of the new restrictions.
This programme understands that another asylum seeker housed in a hotel in Leicestershire may have taken his own life.
A month ago asylum seekers being housed in the Leicestershire village of Kegworth were targeted by protesters.