We Made Some Merchandise for the Met Police
The Met announced they'll be licensing their logo for a new line of merch, but we simply couldn't wait to see what they'll come up with – so we've served up a few looks ourselves.
All The News You Need to Read This Morning
Surprise, surprise: Met Police "use force more often" against black people.
The Met Police Are Blocking Clubs from Keeping Drug Users Safe
They're refusing to back the introduction of a scheme that's been shown to work.
All You Need to Know About the Government's Long-Delayed Deaths in Custody Report
There are some good recommendations. The question is whether they'll ever get implemented.
London Councils and Cops Are Confiscating Homeless People's Tents
It's part of the "informal" crack down on rough sleeping.
Notting HIll Carnival
How Carnival Honoured Grenfell
The events of mid-June hung over celebrations, but many saw Carnival as a prime opportunity to reclaim the streets around the tower and memorialise victims.
Why We Can't Trust the Police or IPCC Over the Death of Rashan Charles
The authorities' record when it comes to deaths in custody speaks for itself.
Inside London's Knife Crime Epidemic
Knife attacks and killings are up almost 25 percent, so we spoke to the head of the Met's task force about the plan to get the issue under control.
We Asked Promoters About Exactly How an Outdated Form Polices Grime Gigs
“Basically it’s saying, ‘we aren’t going to protect you – we’re going to treat you all like suspects’."
Views My Own
Is Having a Female Met Commissioner Really a Win for Equality?
For the first time, London's new top cop is a woman.
Dodging Fireworks and Flares at London's Million Mask March
This year the V for Vendetta-inspired masked group met a stronger police presence on their annual Guy Fawkes anti-establishment protest.
The Attacks That Never Happened: Inside the UK's Foiled Terror Plots
We spoke to British security services about what goes into stopping planned extremist actions.