Sky News says THE FAMILIES of four men murdered by Grindr killer Stephen Port after basic police failures say officers have blood on their hands and must “put things right”.
BBC News says the Metropolitan Police is facing fresh questions over why Boris Johnson was not fined for attending a gathering in Downing Street during lockdown.
The Independent says Metropolitan Police are believed to have begun issuing more fines to Downing Street staff over gatherings held in government offices during Covid lockdown curbs.
Teenager stabbed to death in New Cross – southeast London on Wednesday as knife violence in the capital grows. The Teen, a 16-year-old boy was
The Metro says a Met Police counter-terrorism officer packed two condoms, a bottle of lubricant and erectile dysfunction pills before going to meet a 13-year-old girl for sex, a court has heard.
The Independent says the Met have been refused permission to appeal against a High Court ruling which concluded the force breached the rights of organisers of a vigil for Sarah Everard with its handling of the planned event.
The Independent says a Metropolitan Police officer will appear in court charged with voyeurism and making an indecent image of a child.
Partygate: Met Police to issue first fines, sources say BBC News says the first fines for breaches of Covid-19 lockdown rules as part of a
The Guardian says two of the five officers who were involved in the traumatic strip search of a 15-year-old black girl in her school in Hackney, London, have been removed from frontline duties.
David Carrick: Met police officer accused of 41 sex offences against 11 victims as new charges added
The Independent says a Metropolitan Police officer has been charged with a total of 41 sex offences, including rape, coercive and controlling behaviour, and sexual assault.
Sarah Everard: Metropolitan Police breached vigil organisers’ rights, High Court judges rule
The Metro says Sexual offence accusations against officers in the Metropolitan Police are believed to have hit a record high after claims doubled in the months following Sarah Everard’s murder.
BBC News says Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick is leaving her role after a series of damaging controversies.
The Metro says Furious Sadiq Khan says he’s put Metropolitan Police boss Dame Cressida Dick ‘on notice’ after sexist, ableist and homophobic messages sent by her officers were exposed.
The Independent says Metropolitan Police officers joked about hitting and raping women and killing Black children in messages later downplayed as “banter”.
The Metro says Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick, 47, has been charged with nine more offences, including six counts of rape.
The Independent says Two police officers who took photos of two murdered sisters after being assigned to guard the scene where they were brutally attacked have been jailed.
Five British police officers will face misconduct action over social media messages sent in relation to Sarah Everard case, who was raped and murdered by
The Metro says Metropolitan Police chief Dame Cressida Dick has called in an independent reviewer to examine the force’s culture and standards in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard.
The Metro says a serving Metropolitan Police officer from the same unit as Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens has been charged with rape.
BBC says people stopped by a lone plain-clothes officer should challenge their legitimacy, the Met Police says. As it seeks to reassure women after the murder of Sarah Everard.
Met Police sergeant’s son, 20, who escaped prosecution for killing two men while drug-driving in his father’s Audi is being sued by one of their
Wayne Couzens has pleaded guilty to the murder of Sarah Everard, he had previously admitted to raping and kidnapping the Londoner as she walked home.
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Brief. Me – BrIEf.Me In today’s briefing update, several of the front pages lead with investigations into the Met Police and wider police forces. Also
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Brief. Me – BrIEf.Me In today’s briefing update, many of Sunday’s papers focus on the police handling of the Sarah Everard vigil and the attendance
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Two children stabbed to death A one-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy have been stabbed to death at a house in east London. The one-year-old
A man has been shot and killed by police in Westminister, Central London after pulling out two knives when confronted. The incident is not being
Three men have died in a stabbing in east London. Police were called at about 19:40 GMT on Sunday to reports of a disturbance in
Two women and one man were injured and remain in hospital.