It is time to challenge the social media and tech companies over their role in fuelling extremism. What I saw in the past decade as a police officer wrestling with issues such as paedophilia, organised
A bid for nearly £2m is being made to help "reverse some of the decline" in a Borders town centre. Scottish Borders Council has agreed to seek the funds for a Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS)
Former Met Police Assistant Commissioner, Mark Rowley, says giving extremists "air time... plays to to what extremists are looking for". The former head of counter-terrorism policing told Today that media
Scottish Borders Council has agreed an affordable housing plan which could see over 1,000 homes built by 2024. It is required to submit proposals to the Scottish government each year which itself has target
Plans have been submitted for a new business incubator centre in a Scottish Borders town. It would see the demolition of several town centre properties in Hawick including a former department store. The
Two teenagers have been arrested in Kent on suspicion of far-right terrorism offences, police have said. The boys, both aged 15 and from Ramsgate in Kent, were arrested at their homes on suspicion of for
Two people have been charged with terrorism offences after counter-terror police alleged they were members of a banned far-right group. Mark Jones, 23, and Alice Cutter, 22, both of Wharf Street, Halifax,
Mark Rowley urges politicians and media not to underestimate threat of domestic extreme rightwing groups The UK has not “woken up” to the threat posed by the far right, the former head of the Metropolitan
The Metropolitan Police's former head of counter terrorism, Mark Rowley, has warned that "aggressive intolerance" is finding its way into mainstream political debate. Talking to BBC Newsnight he said was
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will respond appropriately if evidence shows Moscow was behind a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter in England, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
Sergei Skripal,UK security and counter-terrorism,Russia,Espionage,Police,Theresa May,Gavin Williamson,Defence policy,UK news,Politics,World news Nick Bailey, a detective sergeant in Wiltshire police, specialist
Sergei Skripal, a former colonel of Russia's GRU military intelligence service, looks on inside the defendants' cage as he attends a hearing at the Moscow military district court, Russia August 9, 2006.
An edgy, innovative adaptation in which the visual effects upstage the foreground action This adaptation of Shakespeare’s play was shot on a green-screen soundstage, enabling visual-effects teams to slot
next Image 1 of 2 prev Image 2 of 2 The Latest on developments surrounding the former Russian spy found critically ill in the southern England town of Salisbury (all times local): 9:30 a.m. British counter-terror