Exclusion zones outside schools 'option' to tackle 'vicious lies' of anti-vaxxers
Exclusion zones outside schools are an option to prevent "idiot" anti-vaxxers spreading "vicious lies" to children, Sajid Javid has said.
Keir Starmer calls for schools to be protected from anti-vaccine protests
Councils should be allowed to use exclusion orders to stop anti-vaccine activists from protesting outside schools, Keir Starmer has said.
It's Boris Johnson's path or Rishi Sunak's way: the Tories can't have both | John Harris
Look at the two main political parties in England and Wales, and consider which one seems to have most changed.
Women and nightclubs accuse police of failing to act on reports of drink-spiking
Fresh concerns that the police are failing to take sexual violence against women seriously have been raised after figures appeared to show that a single force may have received reports of almost 500 incidents of drinks being spiked without a single conviction.
Why aren't we in prison, ask Insulate Britain protesters
Climate protest group Insulate Britain has revealed its "absolute disbelief" that its members have been allowed to repeatedly disrupt the motorway network, saying it had originally expected its campaign of direct action to last just two days.
Police force receives 12 spiking reports involving 'something sharp' this month
A single police force has received 12 reports of spiking involving "something sharp" since the start of this month.
Threat level against MPs raised to 'substantial', Priti Patel tells Commons
The threat level against MPs has been raised to "substantial", the home secretary, Priti Patel, has told the Commons, with police saying they would now work with MPs to review the security they receive.
Threat level for MPs raised to 'substantial' in wake of Amess killing
The threat facing MPs has been elevated to "substantial" in the wake of the murder of Sir David Amess, the home secretary has revealed.
Police to check medical and social media history before issuing gun licences
Police will have to check someone's medical history before giving them a firearms licence and should also scour their social media history, under new rules issued by government after the Plymouth gun attack.
'Nastier than ever': have Covid lockdowns helped fuel online hate?
The coronavirus pandemic has been punctuated by outbursts of online hate that have had real-world consequences.