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The charities watchdog is to get £8m extra funding to help it root out charities being used to fund terrorism, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister said the Charity Commission had to ensure "money always goes to genuinely good causes". Meanwhile, the Metropolitan police commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, told...
Downing Street press release An additional £8 million of funding to boost the Charity Commission's ability to tackle abuse, including the use of funds for extremis...
Keith Vaz responded to a warning by Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Mark Rowley that police activity to thwart terror attacks was at its highest level for...
Mark Rowley said the authorities were bringing a range of charges against Britons returning from the Middle East to carry out terror attacks. “There are quite a s...
The bulk collection of personal communications data is essential to ensure public safety, the Home Secretary has insisted. During an appearance before Parliament'...
Independent Police Complaints Commission press release Investigation into Kent PCC The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating w...
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