The tangled web of responsibility for London's council estates could cloud investigations into the Grenfell Tower fire.
Residents near the burnt-out Grenfell Tower display a sign that expresses their anger at being marginalised and ignored.
Marginal people become resourceless, invisible to public policies, and disempowered in public life. This increases their vulnerability to disaster.
Coming together in Finsbury Park.
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'We all have harmony in this area, and these people try to divide us, but we tell them that "we will not let you do that".'
No one party is responsible for the disaster: local or national, Labour or Conservative – they all are.
Amid calls for arrests, a law expert explains what the offence actually entails.
Violent crime is a vicious cycle.
Attacks can have a serious impact on mental health – and contribute to a disturbing negative cycle.
Lasting change means moving beyond the rhetoric that follows attacks.
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Tightening security, impact of foreign wars – Britons have heard it before. The UK now has to dig beyond rhetoric to ask why some care so little of their own lives to take those of others.
The police killed the three London Bridge attackers within minutes.
The attack in London was horrific but armed officers were on the scene and ending it with astonishing speed.
Hey big spender – what will your project actually do for the public?
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall.
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Immigration targets are based on a lack of understanding of the UK's labour needs and could seriously damage the economy.
Hurts to look at.
Ding dong, the bridge is dead.
Time for a little more make do and mend.
But why stop at England? A 'devo-max' broadcasting hub would be more visionary.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the May 22 attack at a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande in Manchester, England, killed many teenagers.
Last night's terrorist attack in Manchester reveals the challenges facing European intelligence and security services in preventing people who use everyday things like cars to cause mayhem.
Motivation is what separates an act of violence from an act of terrorism, and we don't know what drove Khalid Masood to kill.
Even when a response goes to plan, lessons can be learnt.
Armed police outside Westminster as the attack unfolded on March 22.
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In recent years, anti-terrorism defences have become more subtle. That might be about to change.
Five people are dead – including the perpetrator – following a terror attack in London.
Just when the Western world had absorbed the shock of a truck attack in Berlin in December that claimed 12 lives, it is reminded again of the dangers of “lone-wolf” attacks inspired by Islamic State (IS…
Westminster in lockdown.
There had been warnings and the city was on high alert. Police are now conducting a major terrorist investigation.
Every new batch of bees needs the equivalent of eight hectares of lavender fields to prosper.