For starters, Khan – London’s Police and Crime Commissioner as well as its Mayor – seems more interested in climate change than crime.
And: surely Johnson wants to know who authorised the Nowzad instruction. Plus: go on – make it all about Brexit.
Blair stepped down shortly after the cash-for-honours debacle. Will history repeat in every sense?
Conservative MPs have chosen to await her report, plus perhaps Geidt, Stone, the police, potential resignations – and an unhappy Chancellor.
His decision to publicly back Cressida Dick reveals a man loyal to the system through which he rose. But that system is in crisis.
Those MPs voting for the Bill today must make clear their intent to improve it later stages – and protect our civil liberties.
That there may be as many as three investigations into Saturday’s events on Clapham Common tells us much we need to know.
Plus: Piers Morgan wasn’t ‘cancelled’. And: We need a conversation on women’s safety.
Given the current situation with Coronavirus, it’s likely that restrictions will be tightened. There’s only so much room to extend them, though.
The Government is turning a blind eye to self-evident politicisation – a miserable milestone in the Conservative Party’s masochistic colonisation by woke ideology.
Patel should haul in Dick for an interview without coffee. Meanwhile, Loughton intends to raise the case at the Home Affairs Select Committee.
In 2017, they turned out, perhaps surprisingly, not to boost the cause of “the party of law and order”. What happens next this time round?
Theresa May co-authored a report in 2012 which identified key lessons from a notable success story. Seven years later, why has so little been done?
The most important lesson we took away from Bill Bratton’s New York office during the 1990s was all about co-ordination.
Improving the situation means not only holding the police to greater account, but behaving more responsibly ourselves.