Family says questions over why authorities were unaware of Arnis Zalkalns's murderous past must be answered
Police investigation of pop star Cliff Richard shows how leaks can irreparably damage those who may be innocent
Inquiry slams passport office for 'summer of chaos' and for making profits on passport applications
MPs urge crackdown, saying registrars should be given powers to stop sham weddings 'mid-vow'
Outrage at file’s disappearance: it would have ‘rocked the Commons’ if action had been taken, says the Mail
'Core' of terror trial will be secret, but media and public will have access to most proceedings
Federation chairman says he was 'ridiculed and verbally attacked' for trying to implement change
Former Deputy Speaker believes we need statute of limitations – and anonymity for those accused
Home Secretary accused of cover-up after removing 15 passages from a critical inspection
Pressure on Google and Microsoft to clamp down after April Jones case highlights porn link to attacks
As Home Secretary takes on police reform again, senior Labour MP raises concerns about her looking 'a bit thin'
Undercover police at Scotland Yard have been accused of stealing the identities of dead children
London criminals are turning to stun guns imported via internet for as little as £60
Reports say the hoax call victim hanged herself in nurses' block and may have left a note for family
Family of nurse who fell victim to hoax call say they have not been counselled by hospital
Review finds that council, police and CPS 'missed opportunities' to stop gang abusing young girls
MPs want him out – but institutional shareholders say the CEO has an excellent track record
Nick Buckles performance before MPs described as '100 minutes of career suicide'