Footage unlikely to help advance the much-vaunted 'golden age' of UK-China relations
Met commissioner says investigation is likely to end in coming months
European Court of Human Rights backs decision not to prosecute police over shooting
Five men who carried out the £14m raid on London's diamond district sentenced to up to seven years each
The 85-year-old is currently in Stafford Prison after he was found guilty of sex-related offences
Suspect Arthur Simpson-Kent pictured arriving in Ghana
Scotland Yard confirms Jermaine Baker does not appear on its gang member databases
'I'm a homosexual. I'm not a murderer or a paedophile,' former Tory MP tells reporters
Probe launched following claims that undercover police infiltrated the family of murdered teen Stephen Lawrence
Many victims of the Easter jewellery raid were small businesses now struggling to recover losses
Complaint made in relation to Lord Stevens' role as deputy commissioner during Macpherson Inquiry
Police watchdog finds 'no credible evidence' to suggest weapon found by his body was planted
Claims that police officers were ordered to hand over evidence are 'very credible and very frightening'
Campaign is intended to raise safety awareness, but campaigners say it shifts responsibility to women
Police chief urges commuters to 'keep calm and carry on' after London terror warning goes viral
Two policemen had relationships with women while living under false identities to infiltrate political groups
Probe into Met's undercover squad set to 'severely criticise force for lack of regard to the rules'
Former Met detective believes his 1998 inquiry into abuse was 'all too uncomfortable to a lot of people'
Former officer Clive Driscoll says some senior officers never wanted a successful prosecution
Staff were ordered to delete details of discrimination against black female firearms officer