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Tech firms could face fines over harmful content in government's new online safety bill
The new internet bill is expected to come before parliament in the coming months.
What made it into the Queen’s speech, and what was left out
UK government’s to-do list includes planning reforms, voter ID and limits on right to protest, but sidesteps social care and rental reform
Bishops of Britain and Scotland call for protection of vulnerable migrants
In a letter to authorities, the Bishops of Britain and Scotland highlight some areas of concern in the UK’s New Plan for Immigration and encourage all to break down the walls that separate us in order to build bridges that foster a cultu...
Free Speech or Hate Speech: Internal Home Office Report Exposes Britain’s Hate Crime Problem
A previously unreleased document lays out the realities of discrimination in modern Britain
Government to change English voting system after Labour mayoral victories
Switch to first past the post could make it easier for Conservatives to win future mayoral contests
UK announces ‘Pet Theft Taskforce’ following huge rise in dog abductions over lockdown
The UK government has launched a dedicated taskforce to tackle the theft of household pets, after dog abductions rose by 170% during the coronavirus lockdown in 2020.
UK ministers urged to make tech giants responsible for scams
Coalition of organisations including City of London police and Which? demand social media sites vet adverts
Judge criticises Priti Patel over policy for asylum seekers in pandemic
Court hears home secretary may have acted unlawfully in changing accommodation policy
Senior Tory says Boris Johnson should resign if he breached ministerial rules
Leader of Scottish Conservatives says PM should ‘of course’ quit if he has not been honest about payments for Downing Street refurb
This Government's mission is to make Britain safer, say PRITI PATEL and ROBERT BUCKLAND
This Government's mission is to protect the most vulnerable victims, crack down on criminals, and make this country safer.
PM can be challenged in court over Priti Patel bullying decision, hearing rules
High court says FDA union can launch judicial review of Boris Johnson’s backing of home secretary
Labour accuses Boris Johnson of lying over flat renovation costs
Labour has accused Boris Johnson of lying over who paid for renovations to his Downing Street flat.
UK PM’s decision to back Home Secretary over ‘bullying’ inquiry findings can be challenged in court, hearing rules
The decision by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ignore the results of an inquiry that found Home Secretary Priti Patel bullied staff can be challenged by a judicial review, a High Court hearing ruled on Tuesday.
Hyde Park: Police attacks at anti-lockdown protest condemned
An anti-lockdown protest in which eight police officers were injured will be raised with senior bosses with "utmost urgency", a policing leader has said.
Theresa May among most trolled politicians in Britain
Home Secretary Priti Patel is number one, ahead of Nigel Farage and Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Priti Patel v Facebook is the latest in a 30-year fight over encryption
Governments have been clashing with tech companies for decades over user privacy
Let’s not go back to the denial and delusion of the Thatcher years
Nostalgia, royal navel-gazing and angst: modern Britain is in danger of repeating the mistakes of 40 years ago
Matt Hancock’s corruption case: links to firm used by NHS fuels Tory cronyism row
Labour says revelations about health secretary show government is ‘infected with widespread cronyism’
Napier Barracks: Home Office 'accepted Covid risk' at asylum camp
The Home Office "always accepted" asylum seekers living in barracks were at an increased risk of catching Covid-19, the High Court heard.
Priti Patel’s detention policies found to breach human rights rules
Court finds home secretary accountable for failures to ensure that deaths in immigration detention centres are investigated properly
Labour says reports of up to 8,000 tourists arriving a day are 'staggering'
Party is demanding hotel quarantine system be tightened up to avoid new Covid variants coming to Britain
Home Office: new deportation law may discriminate against ethnic minorities
Internal report reveals risk to migrant rough sleepers in crackdown
Boris Johnson ‘a clown’ with no diplomacy skills, says ex-deputy in diaries
Ex-Foreign Office deputy Sir Alan Duncan says PM mistakes regular headlines for political power
Travellers will be ‘ethnically cleansed’ by the British government’s draconian law proposals that criminalise their way of life
Most of the controversy over the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has raged around its effect on protests, yet very little attention is being given to how it will decimate a historic way of life for thousands of people.
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