News archive from 26 June 2013, page 11

Wendy Davis' filibustering for abortion rights is a brave and great thing

Senator Wendy Davis votes against a motion to call for a rules violation during her filibusters of an abortion bill. Photograph: AP Photo/Eric Gay Photograph: Eric Gay/AP It's raining here, softly but firmly, and Wendy Davis is filibustering in...

 
Speed camera locations across Rotherham

Speed camera locations across Rotherham

Doncaster Road, Dalton and Thrybergh; A631 Bawtry Road,Brinsworth; A631 Bawtry Road, Wickersley and Brecks; A631 Bawtry Road/Rotherham Road, Hellaby and Maltby; A633 Sandygate, Wath upon Dearne; Kilnhurst Road, Rawmarsh; Melton Green, Rotherham;...

 

Met 'ignored intimidation claims'

Police ignored intelligence for 15 years that private investigators were hired by criminal gangs to intimidate key witnesses in high-profile trials, it has been reported. Details of the threat posed to Scotland Yard's witness protection programme were...

 

Yard to probe Brooks bugging claims

Scotland Yard will investigate reports that officers secretly bugged meetings which they held with murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence's friend Duwayne Brooks and his lawyers. The BBC quoted a senior police source as saying authorisation had been given...

 

Met 'ignored intimidation claims'

Police ignored intelligence for 15 years that private investigators were hired by criminal gangs to intimidate key witnesses in high-profile trials, it has been reported. Details of the threat posed to Scotland Yard's witness protection programme were...

 

Man facing court over blaze deaths

A man accused of killing three generations of the same family is due to stand trial. Carl Mills, 29, is accused of a lethal arson attack on a house in which a grandmother, teenage mother and baby were all sleeping. Kim Buckley, 46, her daughter...

 

Yard to probe Brooks bugging claims

Scotland Yard will investigate reports that officers secretly bugged meetings which they held with murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence's friend Duwayne Brooks and his lawyers. The BBC quoted a senior police source as saying authorisation had been given...

 

Man facing court over blaze deaths

A man accused of killing three generations of the same family is due to stand trial. Carl Mills, 29, is accused of a lethal arson attack on a house in which a grandmother, teenage mother and baby were all sleeping. Kim Buckley, 46, her daughter...

 

Yard to probe Brooks bugging claims

Scotland Yard will investigate reports that officers secretly bugged meetings which they held with murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence's friend Duwayne Brooks and his lawyers. The BBC quoted a senior police source as saying authorisation had been given...

 

Met 'ignored intimidation claims'

Police ignored intelligence for 15 years that private investigators were hired by criminal gangs to intimidate key witnesses in high-profile trials, it has been reported. Details of the threat posed to Scotland Yard's witness protection programme were...

 

Germany questions GCHQ monitoring

Germany has directly challenged British ministers over GCHQ's reported programme of the mass monitoring of global phone and internet traffic. Justice minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger has to written Justice Secretary Chris Grayling and Home...

 

Man facing court over blaze deaths

A man accused of killing three generations of the same family is due to stand trial. Carl Mills, 29, is accused of a lethal arson attack on a house in which a grandmother, teenage mother and baby were all sleeping. Kim Buckley, 46, her daughter...

 

Yard to probe Brooks bugging claims

Scotland Yard will investigate reports that officers secretly bugged meetings which they held with murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence's friend Duwayne Brooks and his lawyers. The BBC quoted a senior police source as saying authorisation had been given...

 

Met 'ignored intimidation claims'

Police ignored intelligence for 15 years that private investigators were hired by criminal gangs to intimidate key witnesses in high-profile trials, it has been reported. Details of the threat posed to Scotland Yard's witness protection programme were...

 

Germany questions GCHQ monitoring

Germany has directly challenged British ministers over GCHQ's reported programme of the mass monitoring of global phone and internet traffic. Justice minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger has to written Justice Secretary Chris Grayling and Home...

 


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