#crimeandlawenforcement

  1. London mayoral race: Tory candidate Susan Hall forced to defend criticism of free school meals at TV hustings

    By Ross Lydall Tory candidate Susan Hall was forced to defend her wish to restrict free school meals to poorer children in the first TV debate of the 2024 mayoral race. The ITV London hustings on Tuesday night also saw Sadiq Khan insist it was “untrue” that he was planning to intro
  2. Morocco: French National Arrested in Marrakech On International Warrants for Murder, Drug Trafficking

    By MAP [MAP]Marrakech -- Members of the Marrakech police prefecture arrested on Wednesday, on the basis of precise information provided by the services of the General Directorate of Territorial Surveillance, a 35-year-old French national who was the subject of international arrest
  3. OPINION - The Standard View: Don't take the capital of culture for granted

    By Evening Standard Comment London is not only the capital of the nation, but also a global metropolis for culture and the arts. From world-class academia to museums, video games to fashion, the city is teeming with energy and fresh ideas. And so today, Sadiq Khan pledged to “turb
  4. See how Bobrisky maintained beauty in mugshot after EFCC's arrest (photo)

    By Taiwo Owolawi Popular Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky’s arrest has taken a new dimension after his mugshot was posted online The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission shared a photo of Bob carrying a placard with his offence Many Nigerians were amused by the rare photo and they
  5. South Africa: Police Kill Five Suspected Cash-In-Transit Robbers in Shootout - South African News Briefs - April 4, 2024

    By Melody Chironda / allAfrica [allAfrica] Police Kill Five Suspected Cash-In-Transit Robbers in Shootout Five suspected cash-in-transit robbers were killed in a gun battle with Mpumalanga police in Tasbet Park, Witbank, reports IOL . Following information about their arrival in Mpu