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'I was humiliated, laughed at and led naked through a police custody suite'

'I was humiliated, laughed at and led naked through a police custody suite'

July 17, 2024

"I was in the cell naked for eight hours," says Mark Dove, as he recounts his time in custody with Greater Manchester Police - when he was detained for an offence for which he was never charged.

UK pandemic preparation to be laid bare in COVID inquiry report

UK pandemic preparation to be laid bare in COVID inquiry report

July 17, 2024

Was the UK prepared for an inevitable pandemic?

Scale of children who have parents in prison in England and Wales revealed for first time

Scale of children who have parents in prison in England and Wales revealed for first time

July 18, 2024

More than 192,000 children in England and Wales have parents who are currently in jail, new figures have revealed.

Murder investigation launched after man shot dead

Murder investigation launched after man shot dead

July 18, 2024

A murder investigation has been launched after a 36-year-old man was shot dead on a residential street in Merseyside, police have said.

Beth Rigby: 'My schedule is crazy. I couldn't do it without my stay-at-home partner'

Beth Rigby: 'My schedule is crazy. I couldn't do it without my stay-at-home partner'

July 17, 2024

How do you stay up for 33 hours straight to cover a general election live on TV?

British men missing in Sweden feared to be victims of double murder

British men missing in Sweden feared to be victims of double murder

July 17, 2024

The families of two British men missing in Sweden are appealing for information on their whereabouts amid fears they were victims of a double murder.

Climate advisers upbeat despite UK being off track on most key targets

Climate advisers upbeat despite UK being off track on most key targets

July 17, 2024

Reversing the last government's decision to cancel or reduce some climate policies would help tackle the cost of living and cut bills, the UK's climate watchdog has said.

Personal statements replaced by questions in university applications to help disadvantaged applicants

Personal statements replaced by questions in university applications to help disadvantaged applicants

July 18, 2024

Students applying for university through UCAS will be required to answer three questions under new plans to help support people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Man 'callously' left dying girlfriend after causing crash - before trying to blame her

Man 'callously' left dying girlfriend after causing crash - before trying to blame her

July 18, 2024

A man "callously" left his dying girlfriend at the scene of a crash he caused before calling police and attempting to blame her.

Foreign Secretary David Lammy defends calling Trump a 'neo-Nazi sociopath'

Foreign Secretary David Lammy defends calling Trump a 'neo-Nazi sociopath'

July 18, 2024

David Lammy has defended calling Donald Trump a neo-Nazi sociopath, saying all politicians had something to say about the former US president "back in the day".

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