Counter-terror expert warns of a 'growing haystack' of Islamic fundamentalists in England's prisons
Amnesty International says decision lends 'British stamp of approval' to Saudi Arabia's human rights record
Tories need to be nine points ahead of Labour, not one – hence the wooing of Ukippers with ECHR threat
Conservatives to scrap Human Rights Act and seize power from Europe if they win the next election
Assaults, suicides and prison populations are all on the rise but Chris Grayling says it's all under control
Justice secretary says that cautions for crimes including rape and assault are 'simply unacceptable'
Former judge Sir Anthony Hooper dismisses Tory MP's promise of quality checks as 'gobbledegook'
Times claims senior right-wingers attended dinner as Tories 'jostle for position' in case PM is challenged
Tax cuts and health care limits for Bulgarians mooted within 24 hours of PM's vow to keep to centre path
Privatising the probation service is not about cutting the deficit – it's a purely ideological coalition move
Minister asked to intervene as Birmingham prison is swamped by rising number of sex offenders
Vaughan Jones humiliated after police arrest him for 'assaulting' burglar at his mother's home.
Only party committed to withdrawing from ECHR is targeting Louise Mensch's former supporters
That's silly talk, says Justice Minister Grayling, responding to former Met police chief
Scots deal ramps up the pressure for an in/out vote on EU – and further exposes rift between Tories and Lib Dems
From hug-a-hoodie to bash-a-burglar: new law will make even 'disproportionate force' acceptable
Heathrow unguarded, a climate change sceptic at Environment and a green belt sceptic at Planning
Reaction to the big moves after David Cameron's first major Cabinet reshuffle
Youth unemployment and jobseekers allowance totals drop – but minister warns of 'international uncertainty'