Traders at the London Metal Exchange (LME) are fuming at a new rule that means they can’t get drunk at work.
Two police officers face disciplinary action after the collapse of a fraud trial amid claims that expert witnesses, one of whom was not of “suitable calibre”, were coached
The British Army “don’t do conspiracies” according to a man responsible for at least two cover-ups of massacres
There are a lot of them and there may be more. But we can guarantee that whichever one wins they won’t be very nice
Five fishing workers convicted of smuggling a record haul of cocaine claim that police failed to disclose vital radar evidence that proves their innocence.
The arrival of royal baby Sussex on Monday was met with polite indifference by most people who don’t work in newspaper offices.
A police chief who claims his service is underfunded has overseen a 50 percent rise in highly-paid officers.
A SIX STONE emaciated man who was deemed “fit to find work” has died. But the company running the tests that deny people benefits is rolling in profit.
Boris Johnson has “an over-casual attitude towards obeying the rules of the house”
Police have launched an investigation into MI5 and MI6 officers involved in the interrogation of suspects under torture.
Margaret Thatcher personally supported one of her MPs who had an alleged “penchant for small boys”
The former boss of spook headquarters GCHQ resigned his post after police investigators found that he gave a character reference in support of a paedophile priest who went on to re-offend.
Government officials have removed hundreds of files relating to the scandal of contaminated blood used in British hospitals in the 1970s and 1980s. The files are now missing.
PANIC. The queen and other senior royals will be evacuated from London in the event of riots under secret plans being drawn up by Whitehall.
Boris Johnson was happy to take a £14,000 gift in travel and hospitality from the Saudi Arabian government last autumn, which he declared in his financial interests.
The combined fortunes of the world’s billionaires rose by £2 billion a day last year, while 3.4 billion people were forced to survive on less than £4.27 a day each.
Tory MP Sir Henry Bellingham, a former Africa minister, is paid £30,000 a year to chair Clifton Africa.
Cops are organising in secret against the campaign for Justice for Kingsley Burrell.
One in five of Britain’s biggest listed companies paid not a penny of tax on their profits last year.
Prison officers have been given the go ahead to use a new type of gas on prisoners