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    'Crimes not reported' as public lose confidence in police

    20:36, February 06 55 0

    The police watchdog has warned that public confidence is being damaged with officers “rumbled” for struggling to investigate crimes – such as burglary – and by stop and search, which is ten times more likely to target black people than white.
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    Police watchdog warns confidence in forces being damaged

    20:00, February 06 58 0

    The police watchdog has warned that public confidence is being damaged with officers struggling to investigate crimes – such as burglary – and by stop and search, which is ten times more likely to target black people than white.
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    The Guardian view on emergency terror laws: nothing to do with Europe

    13:54, February 06 58 0

    British lawyers played a leading part in drafting the European convention on human rights. Britain was the first nation to ratify it in 1951. Winston Churchill, a trailblazing advocate from the start, was prime minister when it came into force in 1953. In 1998 the convention was written into UK domestic law as the Human Rights Act. More than 70 years after Churchill first called for “a charter of human rights, guarded by freedom and sustained by law”, and in spite of wobbles, Britain remains a signed-up bulwark of a European human rights order that is entirely independent of the EU.
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    How safe is your right to vote?

    10:45, February 05 57 0

    Image from Shutterstock.com. The Constitution of the United States has been amended multiple times since it was written to expand the franchise of voting from the original beneficiaries, white male landowners. But the story of voting rights in the United States is not just one of expansion; there have been periods (such as after Reconstruction) where voting rights that had once been exercised were blocked off, extinguished and suppressed.
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    Autonomy founder Mike Lynch submits himself for arrest

    09:16, February 05 52 0

    Mike Lynch, the founder of the software company Autonomy and subject to a £3.8bn civil fraud trial in London, has submitted himself for arrest as part of an attempt by the US to extradite him to face criminal charges.