Met Chief defends officers over Coronation arrests

Sir Mark Rowley has defended his officers after six anti-monarchy protesters were arrested and detained for sixteen hours. The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police said it was unfortunate those arrested could not protest, but supported the actions of his officers. Sir Mark also said the Met had had growing concerns that protesters would use rape …

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Patrick Grady

Disgraced SNP MP to stand at general election

Patrick Grady, the MP for Glasgow since 2015, was suspended from the Commons for two days in 2022 after inappropriately touching a party worker on a night out. Commons watchdogs described the incident as “unwelcome physical touching” with “sexual intent” and concluded that it was a breach of the parliament’s sexual misconduct policy. Despite the …

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Homeland in The Herald

Today, The Herald newspaper’s main writer Neil Mackay devoted four whole pages to a feature piece on the formation of our Homeland Party. While it was filled with many inaccuracies – which we won’t correct, as you should never interrupt your enemy when they are making mistakes – it is worth me making comment on …

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Polling station sign

Local elections

As people headed for the polling booths yesterday campaigners claim to have seen countless examples of voters being turned away from polling stations for not having sufficient identification. Jess Garland, the Electoral Reform Society’s director of policy and research, said: “We’re already seeing countless examples of people being denied their right to vote due to …

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