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  • 10% turnout in West Midlands PCC election

    A former Labour government minister has been elected as the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, with 50% of the vote. Just one in ten voters turned out to cast their ballot in the by-election, which saw David Jamieson elected to the post. The Conservartive candidate, Les Jones, came second, with Ukip's Keith ...

Civil Liberties & Counter Terrorism

Lord Carlile: Bring back control orders to tackle UK extremism

Lord Carlile said that the UK needs to bring back control orders to tackle extremism. "It’s partly beefed up surveillance but one has to remember how expensive an...

Emergency Services

Labour: David Cameron promised police resources would be spent on the frontline but is protecting a multimillion pound subsidy for his friends - Diana Johnson

Labour press release Commenting on reports David Cameron has intervened to prevent the introduction of full-cost recovery for gun licenses, Shadow Crime and Securi...

Equality

Austin Mitchell: All-women shortlists are undemocratic

Austin Mitchell called for an end to “undemocratic” all-women shortlists and said it was time that the Labour party let local constituencies “choose who they want”. ...

Immigration

PCS: slams e boarders fiasco

PCS press release Commenting on the news that the Home Office has been ordered to pay £224 million to a US firm as a result of the e boarders case PCS General Secr...

Law, Justice & Prisons

Labour: Response to West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner election - Jack Dromey

  Labour press release Jack Dromey MP, Labour's Shadow Policing Minister, commenting following the election today of Labour's David Jamieson as West Midlands P...

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

Brandon Lewis: Communities lead the way to lower crime

Brandon Lewis, in response to a new Policy Exchange report into which described much of the UK's social housing as a "national embarrassment",  called for local comm...

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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