Archive of 24 June 2008

Many police complaints took too long, the chair says

Police complaints system 'bureaucratic and slow'

Complaints about police behaviour are addressed too slowly, according to the chair of the organisation which conducts the inquiries.

  • Mr Clegg was making the case for liberal interventionism

    Clegg: 'Moral case' made for Zimbabwe invasion

    The "moral case" for invading Zimbabwe has been made but there are too many practical constraints preventing the operation, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has said.

  • Baroness Scotland is the current attorney general

    MPs unhappy at role of attorney general

    The role of the attorney general has come under further criticism today with MPs unhappy that the position still combines the function of chief legal adviser and government minister.

  • Douglas Alexander's department has had its spending questioned

    MPs worried over aid reliability

    MPs have voiced concerns about the accountability of foreign governments whose central budgets are being partly funded by British taxpayers.

  • Security council unites to condemn Zimbabwe persecution

    International community condemns Mugabe regime

    Zimbabwe faced united condemnation from the international community last night as the UN security council approved a statement criticising violence against its main opposition party.

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