The policing minister Kit Malthouse has written to police chiefs ordering officers to stop the effective decriminalisation of shoplifting thefts under £200.00.
In a strongly worded letter Mr Malthouse reminded every chief constable that they "can and should" be prosecuting thieves who steal small-value items. He also urged forces not to threaten shops with having their license to sell alcohol revoked if they are subjected to lots of crime stating that it "could discourage" owners from reporting offences.
A female sales executive who earned £750,000 a year in commission has won a sex discrimination case after her employers "Salesperson of the Year" award went to a male colleague who brought in less revenue.
A House of Lords inquiry has said that the Government should make a "digital duty of care" law within a year, to stop tech giants "profiting from harm".
A report from the Democracy and Digital Technologies committee says Ofcom should be awarded powers as the new online regulator to investigate the secretive algorithms used by social media companies. And they should be given the power to levy large fines, and, if they repeatedly fail to protect users, to block companies from the UK.
Callum Hudson-Odoi, was arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning after a woman was taken unwell. Metropolitan Police officers attended reports of an incident at the 19-year-old's property in London after police and an ambulance were called.
The England and Chelsea forward was arrested and taken into police custody, with a police spokesman confirming, "Police and London Ambulance Service were called at 03:53hrs on Sunday 17th May to a report of an unwell woman."