Reports and Campaigns
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13 March 2013
Alfie Meadows, who suffered brain injuries as a result of his treatment at the hands of the police during the 9 December 2010 student demonstration, has been cleared of violent disorder charges
21 March 2012
Football rivalry is common in Liverpool between Liverpool and Everton supporters, writes John Cosgrove.
19 October 2011
Courtesy of British Transport Police and the Crown Prosecution Service, nine people were recently given an unwanted insight into the British justice system and the frontline of political policing
1 June 2011
Disabled activists are outraged by the Metropolitan Police's directorate of professional standards decision to reject a complaint by Jody McIntyre after he was batoned and deliberately pulled out of his wheelchair twice during a demonstration against Con-Dem tuition fees rises last December
Brutal policing faced the students protest outside parliament on Day X as tuition fees debated, photo Suzanne Beishon
15 December 2010
As parliament prepared to vote on Thursday 9 December on the trebling of tuition fees, 35,000 marched to defend their futures...
10 December 2010
Youth Fight for Education statement: As parliament prepared to vote on Thursday 9 December on the trebling of tuition fees, 35,000 marched to defend their futures...
26 November 2010
A large game of cat and mouse, is the term that has been adopted by many to describe the demonstration against tuition fees and education cuts that took place in Bristol on Wednesday...
10 February 2010
ON 5 FEBRUARY the DUP and Sinn Fein agreed a deal on policing, justice and parades. The deal was announced in triumph as a "historic breakthrough" by First Minister Peter Robinson of the DUP and his...
22 April 2009
AS REVELATIONS continue, surrounding the policing of the G20 and in particular the tragic killing of Ian Tomlinson at the hands of the police, questions about the role of officers and the specific tactics of 'kettling' (containing demonstrators for hours inside police cordons) increase, writes Greg Maughan.
15 April 2009
THE DEATH of Ian Tomlinson, a bystander at the G20 summit protests, at the hands of a baton wielding officer of the London Metropolitan police is a scandal...
8 October 2008
LONDON MAYOR Boris Johnson's sacking of Sir Ian Blair, chief police officer of the Metropolitan Police force, has been described by Blair's supporters as a move to drag the capital's police service backwards, away from perceived 'politically correct' policing, writes Hugo Pierre.
30 August 2007
The appalling murder of young Rhys Jones has generated outrage, disbelief, anger and a demand for a solution to the brutalisation of a section of youth... By Tony Mulhearn
22 June 2006
13 July 2001
JUST TWO decades after the 1981 riots, clashes such as those in Bradford last weekend show the deepening anger and bitterness amongst Britain's Asian population about hostile policing, racist attacks and poor social conditions...
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