For many Twin Cities residents, Tuesday’s guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial epitomized the emotional whiplash of the past 10 years, in which short-lived moments of hope gave way to ever-present fears and frustrations. Minneapolis-based therapist Jamil Stamschror-Lott had a pit in his stomach before the verdict, then a sudden feeling of relief. Quickly, though, those feelings turned to fear. “I thought I should take my daughter out of her daycare for the day just in case some white nationalist wanted to attack Black and brown babies,” he said.
The attacks were carried out in Croydon, south London, between November 2019 and October 2020.
PC Charlie Harrison, 39, was sentenced to two years and three months in prison.
Leicestershire Police said officers were surprised to find a ewe standing up in the boot of a Peugeot after it was pulled over for running a red light in Loughborough.
Protesters in Bristol brought traffic to a standstill when they blocked the M32 motorway at junction 3 by sitting on the road.
Ben Hannam became the first police officer to be convicted of being a member of a neo-nazi group on Thursday.
Large parties took place in cities across the country as people enjoyed the sun - despite the COVID regulations still in place.
Greater Manchester Police officers detained the woman at a 'Kill the Bill' demonstration in the city centre.
Avon and Somerset Police said they are now investigating assaults on 40 officers and one member of the media from the riots.
A police station was attacked and officers were hurt after a 'Kill the Bill' protest in Bristol turned violent.
Sussex Police said officers searching for missing 20-year-old Amy Springer had found a body in woods near Portslade Cricket Club in Benfield Valley.
The government is planning to introduce a number of measures in an effort to make the streets safer for women.
Thomas Lloyd, 27, from Maidstone, Kent, was jailed for 22 months for stalking and possessing a knife.
Images of Patsy Stevenson being held to the ground by officers have led to criticism of the Metropolitan Police.
There have been calls for Dame Cressida Dick to quit her role following the scenes at the vigil.
Merseyside Police said they need help trying to find Sophie Francis, 15, from Knowsley, who was last seen on February 25, with an unconfirmed sighting reported on March 2.