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Strip searches of children: Met police refers eight more cases to police watchdog

The Metropolitan Police has made eight more voluntary referrals to the Independent Office for Police Conduct involving strip searches of children. The referrals come as...

Will Priti Patel succeed Oliver Dowden as Conservatives chair after crushing by-election defeats?

  Priti Patel may be moved “sideways” from Home Office to being Conservatives Party chief to replace Oliver Dowden whose resignation has taken the Tories...

Tory rebels plot next move to oust British PM Boris Johnson after by-election drubbing

  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing another brewing rebellion against his leadership of the Conservative Party after the governing party faced two crushing by-election defeats. In...

Winchester Youth MP Dev Sharma wins UK Parliament award for taking on junk-food advertising

  WINCHESTER’S Youth member of Parliament (MP) Dev Sharma has been named volunteer of the year in the ‘Your UK Parliament Awards 2022’. Sharma, a sixth-form...

Baroness Scotland reelected Commonwealth secretary-general despite Boris Jonshon’s support to rival

  Baroness Scotland of Asthal has won a second term as the secretary-general of the Commonwealth despite British prime minister Boris Johnson’s support for her...

Postman’s life ‘turned upside down’ after massive bank error put his account £1m in...

  A Royal Mail postman was shocked when he was told his bank account went £1 million overdrawn, according to a report. Azhar Bhutta, 38, from...

Amnesty International UK is viewed as ‘white saviour’, ‘colonialist’, ‘middle class’ and ‘privileged’, report...

  An independent inquiry has found that Amnesty International UK (AIUK) is “institutionally racist” and recommended a significant improvement in the work culture of the...

Decoded: Is Dominic Raab’s Bill of Rights an attack on Human rights?

  THE UK government introduced legislation allowing it to override rulings by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), after a judge in Strasbourg blocked...

UK unveils new support for Commonwealth LGBT rights campaigners

  THE UK on Friday (24) announced further funding to support grassroots human rights defenders and advance equality and freedom across the Commonwealth. Several from the...

Murray was ‘angry and upset’ upon learning his mother was sexually assaulted in 2014

  British tennis player Andy Murray has said that he was ‘angry and upset’ upon learning last month that his mother was sexually assaulted in...