Government bugged calls from King Edward VIII to mistress

First Post Thu 23 May, AT 11:15

Files released by National Archives reveal Home Office paranoia at peak of abdication crisis in 1936

Abu Qatada: is it time for Theresa May to give up the fight?

First Reaction Wed 27 Mar, AT 13:07

Appeal court decision may spell end of road for efforts to deport radical cleric to Jordan

Police commissioners: why should we bother to vote?

Briefing Wed 14 Nov, AT 15:17

Tomorrow's poll will finally make police accountable to the public, but apathy is widespread

Blow for Theresa May as Abu Qatada released on bail

First Reaction Mon 12 Nov, AT 16:15

Theresa May in 'completely uncharted legal waters' as court rejects Jordan extradition

The BBC needs downsizing: if Patten can't see it, he should go

Mon 12 Nov, AT 08:47 Richard Ehrman

Is the BBC too big to be manageable? Channel 4's output is just as highly rated and it is more adept at avoiding pitfalls


Boris airport blast rounds off lousy week for David Cameron

Fri 2 Nov, AT 11:19 The Mole

London mayor rules out 'mixed mode' strategy for Heathrow and slams 'utter inertia' of Tory policy

Abu Hamza

Abu Hamza faces 'immediate' extradition after losing appeal

First Reaction Fri 5 Oct, AT 16:15

Home Office says radical cleric and four other suspects will be on plane within hours

Soldier who survived IRA bomb kills two children and himself

One-Minute Read Tue 2 Oct, AT 08:33

Hyde Park bomb survivor Michael Pedersen, was found in his car along with his dead son and daughter

Abu Hamza

Abu Hamza to be extradited, but why did it take so long?

First Reaction Tue 25 Sep, AT 09:36

European court rules that being sent to a US prison would not violate human rights of four terrorism suspects