#formal-complaint

Anti-monarchy group complains to Met Police over 'lack of action' over claims
Republic has lodged a formal complaint with the Metropolitan Police over its handling of cash for honours allegations, accusing the force of an "unacceptable" lack of action.
Calls for Islamophobia inquiry after Tory MP's 'Muslimness' sacking claim
The Government is facing calls for an inquiry into Islamophobia after a Tory MP said she was told she had been fired as a minister due to concerns about her "Muslimness".
Formal complaint needed before investigation into Islamophobia allegations, says Raab
Deputy prime minister Dominic Raab has said there will not be a "specific investigation" into former minister Nusrat Ghani's allegations of Islamophobia until a formal complaint is made has been made.
Raab says there will be no inquiry into Tory MP's 'Muslimness' sacking claim
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has said there will be no "specific investigation" into a claim by a Tory MP that she was told she had been fired as a minister due to concerns about her "Muslimness"
'Shambles': MPs attack appointment of Charity Commission chair
A cross-party group of MPs has delivered a scathing attack on a "shambolic" and "appalling" appointments process in which a successful candidate to chair the charities watchdog resigned just days before he was due to take up the job, amid reports about his conduct in a previous role.
RAF created no-fly zone at Castle of Mey to save Queen Mother's naps
The Queen Mother demanded that a no-fly zone be introduced around her home in Scotland to allow her to enjoy her afternoon naps without interruption.
After insulting Beaverton's mayor, and fast food workers, on Twitter, League of Oregon Cities leader Mike Cully resigns - Portland Business Journal
The executive director of the League of Oregon Cities is out of a job after sending an insensitive tweet followed by a series of bullying messages to Beaverton's mayor.
Auditors find 'disturbing' failings at standards in public life watchdog
There have been a "disturbing" number of failings at an organisation that investigates public complaints about the behaviour of MSPs and councillors in Scotland, a report has found.
Feds Adopt Better Street Accessibility Guidelines - But Will They Make a Difference?
Even though the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed more than 40 years ago, we have never had official accessibility standards tailored to things like sidewalks, curb ramp, and pedestrian push buttons.
Tory peer denies being racist after alleged abusive message to man of Indian heritage
Conservative peer Michelle Mone has denied being racist after she was accused of calling a man of Indian heritage a 'waste of man's white skin' in a Whatsapp exchange.