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13 November 2013 0 View comments Chief constables could be stripped of powers to investigate their own officers for rudeness or laziness on duty, a minister signalled today. Instead, low level misconduct probes could be carried out by elected Police
LONDON: British police to hire Foreign police chiefs first time in history. Damian Green, the policing minister, has said that British police has a plan to hire foreign police officers as constables from the countries having
MPs have expressed concerns about the police investigation into 'Plebgate' and the role of Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe. Conservative Richard Ottaway said the Met chief had "a lot of questions to answer" about the probe
3 hrs ago THE House of Commons offices of rape arrest MP Nigel Evans have been raided by police, it emerged yesterday. A team of detectives searched the Deputy Commons Speaker's rooms on Sunday after they were granted a warrant at Preston Crown Court.
After a slew of allegations and mishaps involving chauffeur-driven trips funded by taxpayers and embarrassing rows over staffing, the country's newly elected but already beleaguered police leaders have been called into Whitehall to be warned of their
In reply to a question from Labour former home secretary David Blunkett, Damian Green said the Government 'remains committed to the European Convention on Human Rights' Ministers yesterday admitted they have no plans to withdraw from the European
Police Minister Damian Green will announce reforms for fast-track justice in cases for driving and shoplifting offences Criminals are waiting so long to go to court because of shocking' delays in the justice system that they commit more crimes, the
11 February 2013 Police officers who moonlight outside their normal hours will have to declare their second jobs for the first time, ministers will tell MPs today. The major reform will affect more than 20,000 police officers who have second jobs
People do embarrassing things when they are young, which come back to haunt them when they are middle-aged and respectable. Two Conservative ministers and several of their eminent contemporaries have had their student japes revived, invoking
Dominic Lipinski/PA The minister overseeing justice reforms in the wake of last year's riots has hinted at a dilution of plans for courts to open at weekends, suggesting that enabling them to sit for longer working days would be more effective.