For more than two weeks, rescuers in India have been drilling and digging through debris, trying to reach a group of construction workers who’ve been trapped since the tunnel they were building collapsed.
The Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar has condemned anti-immigrant rioters who went on the rampage in central Dublin last night – calling it an attack on Irish society and the rule of law. 34 people were arrested after the crowd set fire to vehicles, looted shops and clashed with riot police. The unrest began after…
Two Metropolitan police officers have been sacked after their behaviour over the stop and search of two Black athletes was declared to be gross misconduct.
Rishi Sunak told MPs that calls for jihad are a threat to the Jewish community and to Britain’s “democratic values”.
The first group of asylum seekers has been brought back on board the Bibby Stockholm barge in Dorset, two months after the legionella bacteria was found in its water supply.
Police in Brussels have shot dead a gunman suspected of killing two Swedish men and injuring a third.
Tens of thousands of people have been protesting across the country, demanding an end to Israel’s military action in Gaza.
There have reportedly been further accusations made to police about the alleged behaviour of the comedian, Russell Brand.
Channel 4 News can reveal that the Metropolitan Police spent over one million pounds pursuing a criminal investigation against Jennifer Izekor, the former commissioner of the police watchdog, then called the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Scores of Metropolitan police officers have agreed to return to firearms duty – as the force said it would discuss concerns over their legal powers.
Chris Kaba died just over a year ago when he was shot through the windscreen of his car in South London.
Ms Amini’s father was temporarily detained, preventing the family from holding a memorial at her grave.
Rishi Sunak has come under more pressure over the concrete crisis, after claims that he only approved money for a fraction of the English schools which were bidding for refurbishment funds.
Police officers in England and Wales will face automatic dismissal if found guilty of gross misconduct as part of a government plan to overhaul the disciplinary process. Chief Constables will now also chair those misconduct hearings – a move described to this programme as ‘regressive’ by one independent lawyer who currently sits on the panels.
For the victims or relatives who’ve endured the trauma of a trial, the refusal of the offender, once found guilty, to attend their own sentencing, can doubtless seem a travesty of justice.