Former Labour MP Eric Joyce has been arrested once again following an altercation with airport staff in Edinburgh, the police have revealed.
Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans' Westminster office is believed to have been searched by police, it has emerged.
The home secretary's plan to punish cop-killers suggests some lives matter more than others.
Those convicted of murdering police officers should go to jail for the rest of their life, the home secretary said today.
Surveillance laws are not about absolute. There needs to be a balance between protecting protection and privacy.
On the 20th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence's murder, two in three black and Asian people still consider the police force to be "institutionally racist", a poll has found.
Police moved in last night to forcibly break up a spur-of-the-moment street party in Brixton celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher.
Attacks on members of alternative subcultures should be classified as hate crimes as they are rooted in how the person looks and nothing else.
The inspector in charge of the police operation at Hillsborough's attempts to "manipulate and manage" the public outcry last autumn should have cost him his job, the police watchdog has found.
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The body tasked with investigating complaints against the police is unable to do its job and has perilously little public trust, an influential committee of MPs said today.
The number of annual arrests of children under ten has collapsed over the last five years from around 800 to just 23.
In Jimmy Savile's "staggering and unprecedented" case, more could have been done to put two and two together. That doesn't mean officials can guarantee it won't happen again.
To some people, asking yourself whether you feel more inclined to trust the tabloid press, the police, or a politician is like asking whether you'd prefer to swim with a crocodile, a shark, or a bunch of hungry piranhas.
Former chief whip Andrew Mitchell has no confidence in Metropolitan police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe, according to reports.
Citizen police academies could help reluctant members of the public become more actively involved in keeping their communities safe, a report out today argues.
More people could lose their lives if the government's new communications data bill is not passed, the home secretary has warned.
Avon and Somerset constabulary has seen the first public spat between a police chief constable and the newly elected police & crime commissioner, leading to the resignation of Chief Constable Colin Port.
Nick Clegg looked to distance himself and his party from last week's disastrous police commissioner elections during deputy prime ministers questions today.
The first police and crime commissioner elections are set to break the record for the lowest ever turnout at a national election.
Unloved and neglected, this week's elections to politicise our police have been treated with contempt by the government officials supposed to cherish them.
Andrew Mitchell was hanging onto his job by a thread today, as senior figures from the press, politics and the police demanded his resignation.
A Home Office minister argues for the democratic legitimacy of local police and crime commissioners
Labour police commissioners will prevent any efforts to privatise local police forces, Yvette Cooper promised today.
Andrew Mitchell is to meet with representatives of the Police Federation, as he tries to draw a line under his "pleb" outburst outside Downing Street.