Leicester Police said that groups of young men began an unplanned protest on Saturday evening and continued into Sunday morning. Community and religious leaders are blaming social media for the spread of the unrest The local MP for the Leicester … Continue reading Leicester Riots: 47 Arrests as MP calls for calm
A man has been charged by detectives investigating the stabbing of two police officers in Westminster on the morning of Friday, 16 September. Mohammed Rahman, 24, (31.12.97) of Westbourne Park Road, W2 was charged on Saturday, 17 September, with attempted … Continue reading Two Police Officers Stabbed in Leicester Square
A man tried to grab the Queen’s coffin during a funeral service, but was tackled to the floor by police. Hundreds of thousands of mourners have passed through the hall in the last two days, but were left visibly shocked … Continue reading VIDEO: Man Arrested for Attempt to Rush at Queen’s Coffin
Some will want the Queen’s passing to signal the end of the institution itself and will think this the perfect time to make themselves heard. In response to the occasional booing or placard-holding, police have a set of choices: ignore … Continue reading Should Anti-Monarchist Protestors Face Arrest during Queen’s Funeral Processsion?
A police raided homeowner received a shock when Boris Johnson followed closely behind the officers who broke down his front door. In a TikTok video, Mr. Johnson can be seen standing behind a squad of uniformed police officers while appearing … Continue reading Raided Drug suspect says “Wagwan Boris!”
Negotiations for a UN treaty to counter cybercrime began at the end of February. The treaty could reduce impunity for cybercriminals, improve international cooperation, and facilitate cross-border data exchange. The first Convention on Cybercrime, also known as the Budapest Convention on … Continue reading Could a unified UN International Cybercrime Convention succeed?