Protesters were seen chanting slogans like “Kill the bill” and “No justice, no peace”. Signs were seen condemning fascism, racism and political figures such as Priti Patel while supporting the right to protest.
"While civil liberties have no doubt been altered during the pandemic, the current situation is temporary. This legislation will not be." Natasha Voase examines the 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and its sinister implications
At the end of November, returning to the UK on my way back from the first part of my year abroad, I passed through...
The database contains personal details and reasons for referral for every person referred to the programme. Of the 7,318 people were referred to Prevent in 2017-8, 2,426 were referred from the education sector.
Oxford Climate Justice Campaign (OCJC) and Zero Carbon (ZC) have presented evidence which contradicts statements made by the Metropolitan Police in the aftermath of the incidents during Sunday’s Boat Race.
Co-chair elect Grace Davis, who submitted the motion, said: "You can believe that there are institutional problems with the police whilst still condemning the abuse of individual police officers"
The woman was rushed to John Radcliffe Hospital in a serious condition
Funds would be better spent helping, not condemning
A February 2018 letter to the trial judge, obtained via a Freedom of Information request, revealed multiple failings in the investigation into Oliver Mears
A post on the Thames Valley Police Facebook page announced the task force on 26th March, saying: “Both Oxford City Council and Thames Valley Police have seen increasing concerns about drug dealing and use over recent months."
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