The Chartered Institute of Journalists has condemned a move to conduct the future trial of Jon Venables in private with even the location of the court building remaining secret.
Main parties react to CPS findings The Conservatives’ election rivals have responded to the news that the Crown Prosecution Service has not found any reason to bring criminal charges over alleged misuse […]
Labour promise corporation tax hike to fund National Education Service In the General Election campaign both Labour and the Liberal Democrats have been hitting out against Conservative cuts to the education system. […]
The News of the World’s former deputy editor has accused police and prosecutors of a ‘vicious politically-driven’ campaign against the press after he was cleared of being part of the phone-hacking plot. […]
The Met Police has commissioned and opened nine new video interview suites to improve the experience of crime victims. The programme has included the refurbishment of 43 old victim interview suites. This […]
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson spoke on the decision by the CPS to recommend that former Labour MP Lord Janner is too ill to stand trial for alleged child abuse. Johnson told […]
The Crown Prosecution Service has concluded that had Arnis Zalkalns been alive he would have been charged with the abduction and murder of 14 year old Alice Gross. Alice Gross’s body was […]