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The Met has outsourced the decision on whether to investigate a crime into the hands of the institution accused of committing it, says Adam Bienkov
Successive Home Secretaries have made ending modern slavery a priority – but new clauses in the Nationality and Borders Bill could make identifying victims harder, Sian Norris reports
Two weeks into the new school term, as omicron cases continue to spread, what’s the impact of the Government’s Coronavirus policy on teachers, pupils and school staff?
A new report exposes the deteriorating condition of England’s waterways, highlights Stephen Delahunty
Questions are being raised about the past record of Sue Gray, reports Sam Bright
‘The Met’s Reputation is More Important than My Safety’: Can the Sarah Everard Murder Inquiry Rebuild Women’s Trust in Policing?
Women's groups have raised concerns that the narrow confines of the Angiolini Inquiry – combined with a failure to grapple with women's safety – means lessons won't be learned
Prime Minister was swept into power, with little consideration for his suitability for the job, by the same forces now deserting him, reports Adam Bienkov
Sam Bright considers the potential conclusions of Sue Gray’s investigation into the Number 10 lockdown breaches
The Government's New Plan for Immigration, as set out in the Nationality and Borders Bill, wants to deter people from making Channel crossings and support women and children – but will it do so?
Sam Bright evaluates new data showing a growing divide between richer and poorer parts of the country
As the Government launches a new Afghan Resettlement Scheme, desperate refugees expose the Taliban's violence and their fears for families left behind
The four defendants were found not guilty of criminal damage for removing the statue of the slave trader in Bristol – the rule of law in Britain will be significantly eroded, says Gareth Roberts