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Home Affairs Committee Feb 12
We are currently live, taking evidence from , , & on the EU Settlement Scheme. Watch the session here:
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 12
This morning, we hold our first evidence session on the EU Settlement Scheme. From 10am, we will be hearing from & . Watch live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 7
On Tuesday, Tola Munro of told the Committee there were only an additional 34 black female officers serving police forces across the UK than in 2009. The transcript of this session has been published here
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 6
“If after 20 years we are still talking about this, it shows that things have not moved on that much”. Yesterday, Baroness Lawrence gave evidence in the first session of our inquiry examining progress made since publication of the Macpherson report.
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 5
We move on to our second panel with and representatives from , and , in our first evidence session examining the progress made since publication of the Macpherson report. Watch the session live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 5
We are now live, taking evidence from Baroness Lawrence in the first evidence session of our inquiry to mark the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson report. Watch live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 4
Tomorrow morning, we hold the first evidence session in our inquiry marking the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson report. We will hear from Baroness Lawrence and associations representing BAME police officers and staff, on progress made since 1999
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Home Affairs Committee Feb 4
Are county lines gangs the ‘superbug’ result of successful policing? Last week, Evan Jones from told that county lines gangs had emerged partly because the police had jailed local drug dealers.
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 29
Do you think police forces in England and Wales are ethnically diverse enough to represent the communities they serve? Find out more about our inquiry to mark the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson report and submit your views here by 31 January:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 29
In our session today, the updated the Committee on the number of 'county line' drug distribution networks which are active in the UK, showing a significant increase since 2017
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 29
Watch our evidence session this morning, examining the ‘county lines’ drug distribution methodology and its role in driving serious violent crime
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Danny Shaw Jan 29
BREAKING: National Crime Agency director of investigations Nikki Holland tells the number of 'county lines' - phone lines offering drugs by city gangs to elsewhere -has risen from 700 to 2,000
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 28
What progress has been made since 1999 to improve the ethnic diversity of police forces across England and Wales? Find out more about our inquiry to mark the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson report and submit your views here by 31 January:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 28
Final day to submit written evidence to our Islamophobia inquiry, deadline 11.59pm tonight. More details and guidance on making a submission available here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 25
In 1999 the report of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry accused the Metropolitan Police of institutional racism. We've launched an inquiry to mark the 20th anniversary of the Macpherson report. Find out more and submit your views here before 31 January:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 23
Not long left to make a submission to our inquiry into Islamophobia, deadline Monday 28 January. More details and guidance on making a submission here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 22
We are now live, taking evidence on English Channel migrant crossings from and . Watch live here:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 16
The deadline for making a submission to our inquiry into 'The Macpherson Report: 20 years on' has been extended to Thursday 31 January. To find out more and submit evidence, visit our website:
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 15
We're live with our second panel, taking evidence from Modern Slavery legal experts on a range of issues including victims’ access to legal support
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Home Affairs Committee Jan 15
We are now live, taking evidence on Modern Slavery from policing authorities and the Crown Prosecution Service. Watch the session live here:
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