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  • Labour to scrap PCCs

    Labour would scrap the Coalition’s system of police and crime commissioners, Yvette Cooper has revealed. The Shadow Home Secretary told the Sunday Times the existing situation was “fundamentally flawed” and said Labour would invest the £50m cost back into frontline policing.  

Civil Liberties & Counter Terrorism

Ken Clarke: Stripping returning jihadists of citizenship would boost IS leaders

Ken Clarke said any move to strip Islamic State fighters of their citizenship on returning to their home countries would be a boon to the organisations leaders. “...

Emergency Services

Graham Stuart: We will press Nicky Morgan to ensure academy oversight

After pointing out that views expressed in today's Education Committee-commissioned report on academy schools were those of the authors and not his committee, Graham...

Equality

Labour: Tristram Hunt response to the publication of the report by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission

Labour press release Tristram Hunt MP, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the publication of the report by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty C...

Immigration

Ukip: EU immigration let missing-girl suspect in despite murder conviction

  Ukip press release Revelations that a Latvian wanted for questioning by police over a missing girl has a murder conviction in his home country highlights the...

Law, Justice & Prisons

Shadow Home Secretary: Replacing Police & Crime Commissioners & reforming police governance

Shadow Home Secretary press release Replacing Police & Crime Commissioners · Direct accountability to Higher Tier local authorities where they are co-terminus; ...

Science & Technology

George Freeman: Britain is taking the lead in the global race for genomic medicine

George Freeman said the Government's announcement today that £300m was being invested in a DNA project to map the genetic codes of 100,000 people meant Britain was "...

Social Issues

Graham Allen MP: Child sexual abuse-a practical way in which MP's can stop history repeating itself.

Graham Allen MP press release It is 24 years ago that Graham called upon Government to create a National Institute to tackle the problem of the sexual abuse of ch...

Voluntary Sector

George Osborne: Libor fine will go to injured soldiers

George Osborne said the fine paid by Lloyds Bank for manipulating the Libor rate would go to support injured soldiers and their families. "Lloyds Bank have been f...

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