Police watchdog finds 'alarming and unacceptable' weaknesses in way police service deals with victims
Home Secretary launches inquiry into undercover policing following 'profoundly shocking' report
Cameron accused of two cover-ups at once – over immigration impact report and No 10 aide's arrest
Government hopes new anti-slavery bill will help target trafficking gangs, but is it enough?
Home Secretary tries to head off Tory revolt on immigration powers with 'eleventh-hour' amendment
BBC understands couple arrested on Thursday were once 'leading figures' in Brixton-based group
One officer has apologised for an 'honest' mistake, but another denies misleading MPs
'Don't you dare lecture anyone on the NHS again,' he threatens Labour – before heaping praise on his team
David Cameron 'damaged' by vote debacle as Labour leader scores rare political victory
Home Secretary accused of cover-up after removing 15 passages from a critical inspection
'Heavy handed' border officials wearing stab vests accused of targeting non-white people in London
Home Secretary moves to end 'rogue investigators' who obtain private information illegally
Vince Cable attacks Home Office ploy as report shows immigration stats are 'little better than a best guess'
Neither Duwayne Brooks or his lawyers knew they were being recorded in meetings with police
King of Jordan endorses 'fair trial' treaty paving way for May to issue a workable deportation order
Clegg said to be considering tit-for-tat threat if Tories and Labour join forces to get 'snooper's charter'
Iain Duncan Smith was ready to cut welfare by further £3bn to fund defence; no thanks says the Chancellor
Home Secretary confirms government is also considering temporary withdrawal from ECHR
Appeal court decision may spell end of road for efforts to deport radical cleric to Jordan