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IPCC launches recruitment drive for new Birmingham office

IPCC launches recruitment drive for new Birmingham office

The 200 additional staff will be recruited over the next few months and will see the Quinton office take on new independent investigations into forces across the region. The…

Hillsborough: A tragedy that united a city

Hillsborough: A tragedy that united a city

Like many parents across the city of Liverpool, the McManamans waited. Twenty-five years ago, it was all they could do. There were no mobile phones to call, no text messages…

‘Never ever, never ever give up’

‘Never ever, never ever give up’

A reflection on deaths that took place on 15 April 1989 and the state’s response: As a teenager I watched the Hillsborough tragedy unfold on the telly. It was a Saturday…

Finucane inquiry refusal to be reviewed

Finucane inquiry refusal to be reviewed

A Northern Ireland High Court challenge to the British government's refusal to hold a public inquiry into the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane will be heard in December. The lawyer's…

Prisons are failing to protect vulnerable children

Prisons are failing to protect vulnerable children

Who protected Jake Hardy, a highly vulnerable 17 year-old suffering from ADHD and dyslexia and needing mental health support? Certainly not those prison officers at Hindley Young Offenders Institution who…

PC Keith Blakelock: Nicky Jacobs found not guilty of Broadwater Farm murder

PC Keith Blakelock: Nicky Jacobs found not guilty of Broadwater Farm murder

A man has been found not guilty of stabbing PC Keith Blakelock to death during the 1985 Broadwater Farm riots. Nicky Jacobs was cleared of murder after a tense trial…

Birmingham pub bombings: Relatives slam police decision not to launch new inquiry into 1974 attack

Birmingham pub bombings: Relatives slam police decision not to launch new inquiry into 1974 attack

A police decision not to have a new inquiry into the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings has been slammed by relatives of one victim as it was revealed 35 pieces of…

Groce Family: ‘A fair inquest is not too much to ask’

Groce Family: ‘A fair inquest is not too much to ask’

The family of an innocent mother shot by police today visited Number 10 to hand over a petition of nearly 130,000 names backing their fight for legal aid during an…