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Police discovered the group of migrants in the back of a lorry in east London, the eight adult members of the group have been arrested.Read the full story ›
A hearing found Kirsten Treasure guilty of 'shocking' catalogue of misconduct, including refusing to respond to a manslaughter crime scene.Read the full story ›
A "shocking" under-representation of black and minority ethnic people within UK police forces requires "radical action," a committee warns.Read the full story ›
Pc Rytis Gilys was found guilty of sexual assault after twice touching a female colleague inappropriately on her leg inside a patrol car.Read the full story ›
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe previously said he would not be "bullied" into apologising to the 92-year-old D-Day veteran.Read the full story ›
John Wigglesworth was jailed for four years in February after admitting having sex with a 14-year-old girl.Read the full story ›
A fiercely-criticised police investigation into historical claims of a VIP paedophile ring has been closed by Scotland Yard.Read the full story ›
Former MP Harvey Proctor has said he is "relieved" after he was told Operation Midland is closing and he will face no further action over allegations which he consistently denied.
Mr Proctor's lawyer Nabeel Gatrad told ITV News the investigation has had "far reaching consequences", including leading him to lose his job and having to move abroad.
The senior officer in charge of Operation Midland insisted the investigation was "handled well" and refused to apologise to ex-MP Harvey Proctor who was told he would face no further action.
Speaking at Scotland Yard, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Steve Rodhouse stopped short of saying he was confident there was never a VIP paedophile ring, but stated that the evidence had not reached the right threshold for charges.
Our role here has been to investigate some serious allegations of crime. We've conducted a very detailed inquiry and our role really has been to assess whether or not there's enough evidence to ask the CPS to level charges.
My conclusion today is we haven't reached that threshold.
We've had a long investigation, a detailed investigation into some serious allegations of crime. It's absolutely right that we fully investigated it. Our role has been to identify whether there was sufficient evidence to ask the Crown Prosecution Service to charge anybody in this case, and our conclusion today is that isn't the case. The evidence doesn't reach that threshold.