Ten 'potentially dangerous' terror suspects including pair linked to liquid bomb plot 'will be free by the end of the year' Terrorism suspects used to held under renewable control ordersNow orders known as Tpims have a two-year maximumThe new orders can be extended only if there is fresh evidence Ten potentially dangerous individuals will be free from next year . Labelled control orders ‘Light’ they were in some critical aspects weaker than the orders they replaced. As well as being time limited, they could not be used to remove individuals from their homes and send them to different parts of the country
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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Proof that you can cut crime and save money By Daily Mail Comment PUBLISHED: 23:49 GMT, 30 December 2012 | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 30 December 2012 For months, the Police Federation has been giving dire warnings that budget cuts and reforms to working practices would mean a ‘Christmas for criminals’. Yet instead of the predicted crimewave, new figures show the opposite – recorded crime has fallen by around 10 per cent
That's a nice CCTV system you've got in your street Mr Qatada! Freed terror suspect goes for a walk monitored by new top-of-the-range cameras | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 23 December 2012 CCTV cameras have been installed outside the home of hate preacher Abu Qatada to monitor him around the clock, it was reported today. They were used to keep track of the Al-Qaeda sympathiser, 52, when he went on a rare journey out yesterday
Fresh hopes for prosecutions over Hillsborough Disaster as police launch new investigation and High Court quashes accidental death inquest verdicts on 96 fans Theresa May launches police investigation into 1989 disasterFormer Durham Chief Constable Jon Stobbart to lead investigationMove comes as High Court quashes original accidental death verdictsFamilies greeted court's decision with a loud round of applauseInvestigation could lead to prosecutions being brought | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 20 December 2012 A raft of manslaughter charges could be laid following the decision to reopen the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster, it emerged last night. The new police probe was announced yesterday by Home Secretary Theresa May as the High Court quashed the original inquest verdicts of accidental death and ordered new inquests.
Home Office could use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's assets to help pay cost of keeping him in Britain Home Secretary Theresa May reveals move to raid the hate preacher's cashLegal aid bill alone is already 500,000Qatada continues to fight deportation to Jordan to face terrorism charges | UPDATED: 21:37 GMT, 18 December 2012 The Home Office will try to use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's cash and assets to help pay for the cost of keeping him in the country, it has been revealed The Government could use frozen bank accounts and seized assets belonging to hate preacher Abu Qatada worth 217,000 to help cover the cost of keeping him in the country. Home Secretary Theresa May told the Home Affairs Select Committee that officials will look at raiding Qatada's cash and assets to pay for his huge legal bills
More than 100,000 migrants to undergo face-to-face interviews in attempt to end visa system 'abuse' UK Border Agency launched pilot scheme last year to interview 'high-risk student visa applications'Theresa May said agency staff will interview 100,000 a year from April | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 More than 100,000 migrants a year are to undergo face-to-face interviews when they apply for visas in an attempt to end rampant ‘abuse’ of the system. Labour abolished the interviews four years ago when they introduced a controversial points-based regime. Migrants were judged on application forms which included questions about their qualifications and financial arrangements.
Home Secretary given permission to appeal against the decision allowing radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UKTheresa May has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be setThe Special Immigration Appeals Commission ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he has been convicted of terror charges | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 5 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May has been granted permission to appeal against the decision to allow radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UK, court officials said today. She has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be set. Last month the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he was convicted of terror charges in his absence in 1999
Theresa May under fire over spy tipped to be top mandarin – and his love for her glamorous aideThe expected promotion of Charles Farr has sparked a heated debate He is said to have impressed Mrs May with handling of security mattersMr Farr is in a relationship with Mrs May's special adviser Fiona Cunningham | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 1 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May was challenged by Labour last night after it emerged that a former MI6 spy in a relationship with her senior Tory adviser is tipped to be appointed top Home Office mandarin.
Cameron's cheap booze ban won't work, admits Minister for alcohol and crime prevention | UPDATED: 01:48 GMT, 2 December 2012 David Cameron’s plan for a minimum price of 45p a unit for alcohol suffered an embarrassing blow last night when it emerged that the Minister responsible for alcohol and crime prevention thinks it is wrong, unfair and won’t work. Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne was gagged from speaking out on the issue to avoid revealing the Government split