Number of armed officers has dropped to its lowest level since 1987
Theresa May makes the case for full withdrawal, but critics say that would be a disaster
'Every time you go online, every email you sign, I'll be watching you,' says a cut-and-paste Theresa May
London Mayor is the clear favourite, but dark horses Theresa May and George Osborne could catch up
Tech giant claims new surveillance measures risk paralysing global tech sector
Security services want to modernise surveillance legislation, but critics have huge privacy concerns
Gove and May dispute reportedly reignited over £5.9m contract to train Saudi prison officers
Dissident Chinese artist had application rejected over 'criminal conviction'
Government cuts to the policing budget are forcing the service to make big changes to the way it works
Charities say it is 'too early to tell' if the review is a PR exercise or a genuine attempt to change the system
Downing Street faces tough fight after backing away from calls to strip ministers of surveillance powers
Tory cabinet suffers first post-election split while Yvette Cooper turns on Labour rivals
Prime Minister's one nation pledge 'could look like the bleakest of ironies' by the end of the parliament
Police Federation survey shows three quarters of forces have cut or merged neighbourhood teams
New legislation will crack down on individual extremists trying to radicalise young people
Researchers estimate that two-thirds of arrivals were from the EU, with 189,000 moving to London
Despite a chorus of complaints from senior Tories, PM remains 'defiant' about manifesto target
Conservative bigwigs and extravagant holidays sold off to the super-rich at party election fundraiser
Abusive pasts of over 1,300 violent partners revealed under Clare's law – but is the law being applied fairly?
Theresa May criticised for introducing a bill that will create 'a chilling recipe for injustice'