“The allegations involved in these two investigations, if proven, have the capacity to further undermine public confidence in policing. They also once more illustrate the potential consequences for officers and come at a time when policing standards and culture have never been more firmly in the spotlight.”
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Trade union Usdaw said 5,000 members at nine warehouses across the country will take industrial action.
The commission said its recommendations would not criminalise "offensive" comments, or the telling of sexist jokes."What we are referring to is threatening or...
New PCR testing rules come into force on Tuesday for travellers arriving in the UK.