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Trial of controversial spit hoods extended across London by Scotland Yard

A controversial trial of spit hoods, helmets which can prevent suspects from spitting and biting police officers, is to be extended across London.

The hoods came under heavy criticism, after officers used one during an arrest of a man who was later found to be innocent. 355 more words


Police still investigating 'mystery' human finger found in 2010

Questions still remain over a single severed finger found in London seven years ago.

The body part was discovered by a dog in the back yard of a disused shop. 306 more words


Scotland Yard: Black Men to Blame for Most Violent City Crime

The majority of violent inner-city crime is committed by black men, police figures suggest.

(Daily Mail)

Police hold black men responsible for more than two-thirds of shootings and more than half of robberies and street crimes in London, according to figures released by Scotland Yard. 478 more words

Daily News

PC investigated for 12 months for 'stealing colleague's biscuits'

A PC who allegedly stole another officer’s biscuits has been put on restricted duties for a year, while an investigation is carried out by the Met’s anti-corruption command. 323 more words




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THIS BOOK tells the story of two young men. 1,453 more words

News Of The World

Number of Casualites as Van Hits Crowd in London

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Saturday night in London, it has been reported that British police are investigating a “major incident” at Seven Sisters Road in north London following reports of a vehicle ploughing into pedestrians. 65 more words

UK news

Monday 5 June 2017 Bridge attack in London has claimed 12 lives according to Scotland Yard.

Tereza May has threatened to loosen human rights laws that prevent introduction of tough terrorists laws

Source: The Sun