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BBC pay-off scandal probed by Scotland Yard fraud squad

One-Minute Read Fri 9 Aug, AT 09:52

MP requests police inquiry after one in four senior managers given more than they were entitled to

Chelsea race row: are club guilty of a cover-up or slander?

First Post Wed 14 Nov, AT 12:25

The Blues can't win as police drop investigation into Clattenburg race allegations

Assange: a pawn in Ecuador's power game with Uncle Sam

Fri 17 Aug, AT 07:34 Charles Laurence

Assange appears more useful to the wily President Correa than he is to the US authorities

Grandmother's boyfriend charged with Tia murder

One-Minute Read Sun 12 Aug, AT 13:14

Stuart Hazell charged after Met apologise for not finding schoolgirl Tia Sharp's body on four visits to house

Bernard Hogan-Howe

Why the police want access to your emails, texts and calls

First Post Thu 14 Jun, AT 16:00

New law, dubbed a 'snooper's charter', will give police access to more mobile and online data than ever

Scotland Yard

Anti-corruption officer arrested on suspicion of bribery

First Post Thu 24 May, AT 12:45

Allegations of £20,000 bribe as Scotland Yard's elite anti-corruption unit is investigated

Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah's old nag: horses still a mark of unbridled privilege

Thu 1 Mar, AT 15:03 Michael Bywater

Would anything have been said if Rebekah Brooks had fostered a retired police-dog? Of course not

Rupert Murdoch

Will Murdoch boost morale and launch the Sun on Sunday?

Media Watch Fri 17 Feb, AT 09:41

Options include starting a new Sunday – or pleasing News Corp shareholders by selling up in the UK