Andy Cooke, Chief Constable of Merseyside Police, said if he was given a £5bn budget to cut crime, most of it would be spent trying to tackle poverty.
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds said the body would make recommendations to the party on how to support city and town centres.
The UK Government said it ‘stands in full support’ of the Czech Republic as authorities search for Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.
An audience of 4,000 were present at the stadium in north-west London to witness the match between Leicester City and Southampton.
George Eustice said the Government is keeping the decision on whether to add India to the so-called ‘red list’ under regular review.
Sinn Féin president apologises for murder of Lord MountbattenMary Lou McDonald says she is sorry the late Duke of Edinburgh’s uncle was killed by IRA bomb in 1979 Prince Charles with Lord Mountbatten in 1979. Photograph: Tim Graham/Getty Images
Lord Mountbatten, was assassinated by the IRA in 1979 while holidaying in Mullaghmore, Ireland
Tackle poverty and inequality to reduce crime, says police chiefRetiring head of Merseyside force says if he had £5bn he would spend 20% on policing and 80% on cutting poverty The former chief constable of Merseyside police, Andy Cooke, said: ‘The best crime prevention is increased opportunity and reduced poverty.’ Photograph: Christian Smith/Merseyside Police/PA
Environment Secretary George Eustice defended the way the Government had handled approaches by David Cameron and Greensill Capital.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Mason Greenwood continued his fine run of form with a second-half brace which helped Manchester United to a 3-1 home win over Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday and kept them on course for a top-four finish. The result left United second in the standings on 66 points from 32 games, eight behind leaders Manchester City and 10 ahead of third-placed Leicester City, who have a game in hand. Burnley stayed 17th on 33 points from 32 games, six above 18th-placed Fulham who have played a game more and were held to a 1-1 draw at Arsenal after conceding a late equaliser in the lunchtime kickoff.
Mental ill-health is a bigger threat to university students than Covid. A mother of three undergraduates is worried about their wellbeing after students were told face-to-face teaching would not return until May at the earliest
Lobbying act targeted powerful shadowy groups, not charitiesFormer Liberal Democrat minister Tom Brake responds to an article by Polly Toynbee on the 2014 act David Cameron and Boris Johnson at the Conservative party conference in 2014. The former PM’s connection with Greensill has lead to increased scrutiny of political lobbying. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters
13 million in the UK tune in for live TV coverage of Prince Philip’s funeralThe two-week period of royal mourning continues, during which the Queen will mark her 95th birthday Prince Charles and other royal family members walk behind The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin during the funeral procession. Photograph: WPA/Getty
According to recent data from NHS England, 4.7 million people were waiting to start treatment at the end of February.
Hillsborough police face trial accused of perverting course of justice. Two former South Yorkshire officers and force’s lawyer accused of amending statements
Micheal Martin said Brexit was one of the causes of the ‘terrible scenes’ of rioting in Belfast recently.