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New doubt cast on police ‘secret arrests’

New doubt cast on police ‘secret arrests’

Keir Starmer QC, the head of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), told MPs he would like “wriggle room” to name suspects before they are charged. He said there should not be a “blanket

The Day in FoIA: Boris to disclose News International conversations | Minister’s friendship with Rwandan regime revealed | Belfast: Bill for policing riots tops £550k

Boris Johnson forced to disclose details of conversations with NI executives
Boris Johnson is under pressure to give evidence to the Leveson inquiry after being forced to publish his diary listing a string of undisclosed conversations with News International executives, …

Missing Met chief’s dairy halts FoIA request

The Metropolitan Police appears to have lost Lord Stevens’ diary, containing crucial information for the ongoing Leveson Inquiry into the illegal practices at Murdoch’s News International, the Telegraph and the Independent report.

According to the newspapers, the disappearance of the …