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    1. April 27, 2016

      Police chief David Crompton suspended after Hillsborough inquest

      The chief constable of South Yorkshire police has been suspended after an inquest into the Hillsborough tragedy found...

    2. David Allen Green

      April 27, 2016

      Theresa May, Hillsborough, human rights law and the politics of superficiality

      On Monday, Theresa May gave a speech where, contrary to the policy of the UK government, she called for the country to...

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    1. April 26, 2016

      Conservatives come under fire over child refugees vote

      Critics have attacked the Conservative party for its reluctance to admit 3,000 child refugees from Europe, claiming...

    2. April 25, 2016

      May plays both sides with attack on Europe rights convention

      Theresa May, home secretary, has called for Britain to pull out of the European Convention of Human Rights, amid...

    3. April 25, 2016

      The Leave camp’s flawed fightback on migration

      The Leave camp has long believed that immigration is among its strongest cards in the EU referendum debate. Now, after...

    4. April 25, 2016

      Theresa May adds some Euroscepticism to the Remain campaign

      The EU referendum campaign is as much about providing a shop window for the next Conservative party leader as it is...

    5. April 25, 2016

      May raises prospect of UK leaving Convention on Human Rights

      Theresa May, home secretary, has raised the prospect of Britain leaving the European Convention on Human Rights, saying...

    6. April 24, 2016

      Obama warns of decade-long wait for post-Brexit trade deals

      The UK could have to wait up to a decade to negotiate new trade deals with the US if it leaves the EU, Barack Obama...

    7. April 19, 2016

      Race for London: Extremism looms large in election

      Sadiq Khan visited Battersea this month, going door to door to canvass votes to be London’s next mayor. One of the...

    8. March 29, 2016

      Home Office seizes overseas counterterror role

      The Home Office is to take control of the UK’s diplomatic counter-terrorism and liaison work abroad in one of the...

    9. March 23, 2016

      Student deportations refused in English language proficiency case

      Theresa May is facing calls for a parliamentary inquiry into immigration policy after the home secretary lost her...

    10. March 21, 2016

      The Tories are in government but are ungovernable

      The election-winning Conservative prime minister could carry millions. He could not carry Iain Duncan Smith. Rebellion...

    11. March 2, 2016

      Downing Street beckons for Boris Johnson

      Prime yourselves. Within the next four years, the membership of the Conservative party will find itself in the position...

    12. March 1, 2016

      Internet data protection to be expanded in surveillance bill

      Safeguards on powers to force technology companies to weaken encryption of the private data of millions of citizens...

    13. February 15, 2016

      Eurosceptics must choose between party and country

      Oh, what it is to be a Eurosceptic in 2016. After decades of plotting, anti-EU Conservatives finally have the...

    14. February 11, 2016

      One step too far for the British security state

      Few items of legislation proposed by David Cameron’s government are as sensitive as its plan to reform the oversight of...

    15. February 10, 2016

      Banks join BoE and police in anti-fraud task force

      Britain’s banks are to join forces with the Bank of England and the police to step up the fight against financial...

    16. February 9, 2016

      Silicon Valley faces forced data decryption move in UK

      Britain’s intelligence services have warned the world’s largest technology companies they will press ahead with plans...

    17. February 9, 2016

      UK internet surveillance proposals too intrusive, MPs say

      Proposals to increase internet surveillance are intrusive and do not protect user privacy adequately, an influential...

    18. February 1, 2016

      Britain deserves better than vacuous leadership speculation

      Britain’s Conservatives should have sensed the quest to lead them was getting out of hand as early as last October....

    19. January 27, 2016

      Conservative party leadership challengers jostle for prime position

      The Conservatives, or rather their leader, have only themselves to blame. As soon as David Cameron said last March that...

    20. January 21, 2016

      Litvinenko report: UK accused of letting Russia off hook

      David Cameron, the prime minister, was accused of being soft on Moscow after a public inquiry pointed the finger at...

    21. January 7, 2016

      Big tech groups warn UK against spy bill

      Silicon Valley’s biggest companies have urged the UK government to reconsider swaths of its proposed surveillance law,...

    22. Fast FT

      January 7, 2016

      Silicon Valley unites against UK surveillance plan

      Silicon Valley’s biggest companies are urging the government to reconsider large swathes of the UK’s proposed new...

    23. January 5, 2016

      Home secretary under fire over UK citizens joining Isis in Syria

      The home secretary has rejected criticism that Britain is not doing enough to prevent UK citizens from travelling to...

    24. January 3, 2016

      Cameron should spend his political capital

      Ten years ago David Cameron announced himself to British voters, and showed another face of Conservatism, by visiting a...

    25. December 21, 2015

      Apple says surveillance push risks paralysing global tech sector

      Apple has launched a counteroffensive against the UK’s proposed new surveillance law saying the measures risk...

    26. December 21, 2015

      Apple believes bill creates ‘key under doormat for bad guys’

      Shortly after Theresa May introduced the draft Investigatory Powers bill in November to update the UK’s surveillance...

    27. December 19, 2015

      UK Home Office to take control of  joint fire and police service

      The Home Office is to take over responsibility for firefighters from next year as it integrates the service with the...

    28. December 17, 2015

      The hype over metadata is a dangerous myth

      Communications data — and the government’s powers to collect them — are at the heart of the draft Investigatory Powers...

    29. December 16, 2015

      Record year for M&A with big deals and big promises

      Promises, promises. It has been a record year for mergers and acquisitions — but 2015 has also been a record-breaker...

    30. December 14, 2015

      City police chief says officers will stay unarmed

      Police officers will continue to patrol Britain’s financial capital unarmed despite the continued threat of a...

    31. December 10, 2015

      Sharp rise in UK terror-related arrests

      Terrorism-related arrests increased by a third in the year to September, with twice as many women being detained and a...

    32. December 10, 2015

      FT Seasonal Appeal: trapped and trafficked in the UK

      When Tamas came to Britain in 2011 his goal was to make a new life for himself: he would learn English, get over the...

    33. December 10, 2015

      FT Seasonal Appeal: UK seeks greater focus on trafficking

      Police and prosecutors have failed to focus enough on human trafficking, with too few prosecutions of the hidden crime,...

    34. December 8, 2015

      Theresa May to renew push to reform police

      Theresa May, the UK home secretary, is to renew her offensive on reform of police forces just weeks after winning...

    35. December 8, 2015

      Yes minister, jelly babies keep Sir Humphrey sweet

      From pushy civil servants who had to be disarmed with jelly babies to “dysfunctional” ministerial relationships, the...

    36. December 1, 2015

      May aide reignites dispute with Osborne over immigration

      Tensions between George Osborne and Theresa May over immigration have reignited after one of the home secretary’s...

    37. November 25, 2015

      Autumn Statement: Police relieved as Osborne dispels fear of cuts

      George Osborne heeded warnings from members of his own party and surprised the House of Commons with a promise to...

    38. November 20, 2015

      Brexit debate puts Cameron reshuffle on hold

      David Cameron will delay any cabinet reshuffle next year until after the EU referendum in a move that puts pressure on...

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