The right to protest is an important part of our democracy. But this right is not absolute.
Our interviewee on “very clear-sighted Home Secretary” and why he was right to end virtual Parliament. Plus: What does he think about illegal raves?
The Cambridgeshire Constabulary have been rightly criticised, but the Government needs to set timorous senior officers on firmer legal ground.
After Brexit has been concluded this will be a key challenge for the Conservatives as the Party of law and order. Political correctness must not get in the way of effective policing.
The Home Secretary was speaking at the Police Federation conference.
Also: Jones calls for grand council to create a federalist vision for Labour, and Government rebuffs Irish leader over Ulster comments.
The case for May. Which candidate in these momentous times can you imagine dealing best with the likes of Obama, Merkel and Putin – or terror attacks?
…he would be back in the Cabinet. His decision to do so set the scene for a personal tragedy.
A series of failures or outright abuses strike at the trust which was once a hardwired Conservative value.
The police service is one area of the public sector where Conservatives have traditionally outdone Labour in the indulgence of failure
The Home Secretary announces to its stunned members that all public funding for the organisation will be scrapped and that reforms will be forced on the service.
It’s the right decision for the public finances – but there’s a certain sense of justice for Plebgate, too.
Tomorrow, the Home Secretary addresses the body that booed and jeered her two years ago. They need to stop the petty politics and choose reform.