By Angus Randall

Monday 19 August 2019

Monday 19 August 2019

PC Andrew Harper: Police given more time to question suspects

PC Andrew Harper: Police given more time to question suspects

Detectives have been given another 24 hours to question 10 men and boys over the death of the Thames Valley police officer.

Jeremy Corbyn wastes ‘immense political capital’

Jeremy Corbyn wastes ‘immense political capital’

John McTernan has said Jeremy Corbyn 'did not take his moment' to make a stand on the Brexit debate after the 2017 election.

Sir Roger Gale: Dismissing leaked Brexit report ‘sheer folly’

Sir Roger Gale: Dismissing leaked Brexit report ‘sheer folly’

He said a leaked government document that predicted the worst case scenarios of a no-deal Brexit is 'not helpful', but its findings should not be dismissed.

Boris Johnson heads to Europe for debut summit

Boris Johnson heads to Europe for debut summit

He heads to France and Germany to call for a new Brexit agreement, as his government faces pressure for spending millions on an ad campaign.

Friday 16 August 2019

Friday 16 August 2019

Mother drowned twins in break-up ‘revenge’

Mother drowned twins in break-up ‘revenge’

A depressed mother who drowned her twin toddlers in the bath has been jailed for up to 10 years.

Leaders ‘devastated and appalled’ by police death

Leaders ‘devastated and appalled’ by police death

Political leaders have paid tribute to police officer Andrew Harper who died on duty in Berkshire.

Jeremy Corbyn vows ‘green industrial revolution’

Jeremy Corbyn vows ‘green industrial revolution’

He pledged to reverse the government’s “failed approach” to tackling climate change if he becomes Prime Minister.

Warnings over ‘disturbing’ facial recognition technology

Warnings over ‘disturbing’ facial recognition technology

Venues including museums and shopping centres have been accused of using facial recognition to collect a database of the public.

Knife attacker ‘wanted to kill English people’

Knife attacker ‘wanted to kill English people’

A man embarked on a mission to 'kill English people” has been jailed for 21 years for attempted murder.

Thursday 15 August 2019

Thursday 15 August 2019

One million Europeans can live in UK post-Brexit

One million Europeans can live in UK post-Brexit

The Home Office revealed more than one million Europeans have permission to live and work in the UK once it leaves the European Union.

Man stabbed outside Home Office

Man stabbed outside Home Office

A man has been arrested and the Home Office put on lockdown after a stabbing outside the government building in Westminster.

Police officer admits stealing £200

Police officer admits stealing £200

A Metropolitan Police officer with 15 years’ experience has broken down in court as he admitted stealing £200.

Brexit protester jailed for £1m train disruption

Brexit protester jailed for £1m train disruption

The man who brought St Pancras International station in London to a standstill has been sentenced to a year in jail.

Nicola Sturgeon thanks Jeremy Corbyn for referendum pledge

Nicola Sturgeon thanks Jeremy Corbyn for referendum pledge

The SNP leader said Jeremy Corbyn has taken the “right” position on Parliament blocking a second Scottish referendum.

Wednesday 14 August 2019

Wednesday 14 August 2019

Chicken box knife-crime plans 'crude and offensive'

Chicken box knife-crime plans 'crude and offensive'

Plans by the Home Office to put anti-knife messages on fried chicken boxes have been slammed as “embarrassing”, “offensive” and “racist”.

Gang of eight jailed for armed pub robbery

Gang of eight jailed for armed pub robbery

Members of an organised crime group have been jailed for a total of more than 100 years for an armed robbery at a south London pub.

Call-centre staff 'told to mislead fraud victims'

Call-centre staff 'told to mislead fraud victims'

An investigation by The Times suggests call-centre workers at Action Fraud are misleading fraud victims

Richard Branson ‘devastated’ to lose West Coast rail contract

Richard Branson ‘devastated’ to lose West Coast rail contract

The Virgin boss said he was ‘proud’ to have run the rail services for over two decades.

Teenager arrested after fatal drive-by shooting

Teenager arrested after fatal drive-by shooting

A 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting on a Birmingham street.

Martin Daubney: We are seeing ‘Brexit’s darkest hour’

Martin Daubney: We are seeing ‘Brexit’s darkest hour’

The Brexit Party MEP has vowed to combat any moves to prevent Britain leaving the European Union on October 31.

Campaigner stumbles in legal battle against Johnson over bus claim

Campaigner stumbles in legal battle against Johnson over bus claim

The case related to Boris Johnson’s 2016 claim the UK sends £350 million a week to the European Union.

Tuesday 13 August 2019

Tuesday 13 August 2019

Paedophile cop admits owning 9,000 indecent images

Paedophile cop admits owning 9,000 indecent images

A disgraced former policeman has pleaded guilty to possessing more than 9,000 indecent images of children and will be sentenced next month.

Murder witness: Teen victim screamed ‘help me’ moments before death

Murder witness: Teen victim screamed ‘help me’ moments before death

A 16-year-old boy who was stabbed to death in north-west London was being chased by three men with machetes, according to a witness.

Man jailed for ‘racist’ email to Labour MP Naz Shah

Man jailed for ‘racist’ email to Labour MP Naz Shah

A man who sent an offensive email to Labour’s shadow minister for women and equalities has been jailed for 12 weeks.

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