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Firearms officers in the Metropolitan Police contemplate laying down their weapons if the identity of the officer charged with Chris Kaba's murder is disclosed, shaking the foundations of law enforcement in the capital.
Former nurse Lucy Letby, already convicted of multiple infant murders, is set to face retrial in June 2024 for one remaining count of attempted murder.
The Metropolitan Police confirm an ongoing investigation into comedian Russell Brand, following multiple non-recent sexual offence allegations, as questions loom over his public standing.
The Conservative Party hosts a ritzy fundraising event, auctioning off dinner with Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and golf with David Cameron, as it seeks to win favour with business leaders ahead of the upcoming election campaign.
A woman alleges that Russell Brand exposed himself to her while she worked in the same building as the BBC in Los Angeles, casting a shadow over the comedian's past and putting the BBC's internal oversight mechanisms under the spotlight.
Rishi Sunak rolls back green initiatives, citing financial strain on families, sparking debate on the UK's climate commitments.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announces a delay in phasing out petrol and diesel cars and gas boilers, loosening energy efficiency targets for landlords, and scrapping various proposed green measures, citing the financial burden on British families.
Rishi Sunak Addressing Nation - Screenshot taken from Sky News via YouTube - 20/09/23
Frank Hester, a major donor to the Conservative Party, has seen his healthcare tech company TPP profit £135m from NHS contracts, sparking questions about the intertwining of political donations and public sector business.
Guardian: Frank Hester with former Tory leader and prime minister David Cameron
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's upcoming speech on altering the UK's net zero targets has the nation on tenterhooks, as critics warn of legal battles and long-term environmental repercussions.
Number 10: Rishi Sunak Covid-19 Press Conference 29/05
Amid increasing scrutiny of police conduct, PC Jonathan Broadhead faces a November misconduct hearing for allegedly using "unnecessary, unreasonable, and disproportionate" force on a 10-year-old girl in southwest London.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak may be facing an internal revolt, with whispers of Tory MPs considering no confidence letters if the government scales back its net zero ambitions.
Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary, discontinues annual inspections of immigration detention centres, raising concerns about the safeguarding of vulnerable detainees.
Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre. Author: DIAC images
The Metropolitan Police face a crisis of credibility with over 1,000 officers suspended or on restricted duties, raising questions about unchecked misconduct and the future of public trust in the force.
New research from Byline Times reveals that Northern Ireland is one of the most dangerous places in Europe for women, with 98% experiencing at least one form of violence or abuse in their lifetime.
European ParliamentFollow Violence against women, we can stop it!
Authorities in London are investigating comedian Russell Brand after receiving a claim of sexual assault against him dating back to 2003, in addition to recent allegations published in The Sunday Times and Channel 4's Dispatches.
By appolinar: Russell Brand live at the roxy, june 1st.
As an investigative report brings rape and abuse accusations against Russell Brand into the spotlight, figures such as Elon Musk, Andrew Tate, and Tucker Carlson publicly back him, sparking widespread debate.
Russell Brand at the Australian premiere of 'Arthur', April 2011
A woman claiming to have been sexually targeted by Russell Brand while underage has labelled his dismissal of the allegations as an 'insult' and called his view of a media conspiracy 'laughable'.
Eva Rinaldi - Russell Brand
Rishi Sunak blocked the rebuilding of five crumbling hospitals in 2020, leading to warnings of “catastrophic” risks to patient safety, according to The Guardian.
LONDON (Bywire News) - Nurse Lucy Letby, convicted for the murder of seven infants and the attempted murder of six others, has initiated a formal appeal against her verdicts. For the most recent updates, kindly refresh your browser. In shocking developments, Lucy Letby, infamous as the most heinous child murderer in contemporary Britain, lodged a formal appeal against her convictions. The former neonatal nurse, who is behind bars for slaying seven infants and attempting similar atrocities on six others, seeks to overturn her verdict. The Court of Appeal confirmed the reception of Letby's application, though they have not yet scheduled a date for the appeal hearing. Last month saw Letby being slapped with 14 whole-life orders, which roughly translates to an irrevocable life sentence. Banished to a cell forever, this 33-year-old nurse has cemented her dubious place in British history as the notorious killer of innocent babies. The former Countess of Chester Hospital employee adopted hor...
Continuous underfunding and lack of strategic planning leave NHS resources stretched thin; waiting lists reaching record numbers.
Loco SteveFollow Super NHS UK. NHS superhero street art on Hilly Fields, Brockley, South London