We followed yesterday's march from Stoke Newington police station to the scene of the 20-year-old's arrest.
Pre-emptive policing has always been used to crack down on counter-culture, only this time there's a whole new racist angle.
Data obtained by VICE under the Freedom of Information Act revealed that 71 percent of arrests since the bill came in were for nitrous oxide offences.
We spoke to the London cops who can identify the faces and offenses of hundreds of criminals in a crowd at a glance.
We went to Diane Abbott's meeting about stop and search laws in Parliament last night, where consensus was that the onus is on police—not young people—to start behaving like decent human beings.
Police and school failed to tell the girls' parents that officers spoke to the teenagers twice at their school before their disappearance.
We had a chat with the director, Gerard Johnson.
Thanks to a focus on statistics, London cops have taken to making easy arrests for marijuana possession, and a lack of real engagement with the communities they police has made officers disconnected from the poor people who get stopped and searched.
Germany recovered a bunch of expensive art looted by the Nazis this weekend.
They caught the second Boston bombing suspect this weekend.
They told us at the protest they held in London yesterday.
Remembering London Met as all its foreign students get deported.