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Man dies after swallowing object during arrest
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating the death of a man who tried to swallow an object following a police pursuit.
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Britain 'to allow some EU citizens with criminal records to stay after Brexit'
Free movement status is proving a stumbling block to UK Government wishes to carry out criminal record checks on EU nationals who apply for settled status in Britain post Brexit.
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<b><i>Grim search: Grenfell Tower</b></i> MPS: We will work with 9/11 advisers on 'our own extraordinary' tower tragedy
Experts who recovered remains from the 9/11 terror attack in New York have been brought in to help UK police officers identify victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
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<b><i>Barry Bennell: Video link hearing</b></i> January trial date set over football child sex abuse charges
The trial date has been set for ex-football coach Barry Bennell who faces 55 allegations of historical child sex abuse following an investigation by Cheshire Constabulary.
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<b><i>Departing Iain Livingstone: A <br>Police Scotland succession poser </b></i> Force deputy's surprise exit leaves 'next chief constable' up in the air
The man who helped establish Police Scotland before missing out on the most senior position is calling time on his 25-year career.
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<b><i>On guard: Haul paraded</b></i> German law enforcement seizes record £720m haul of cocaine
German police are celebrating a "blow to the cocaine market" after a seizure of the largest haul in the country's history.
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<b><i>Andrew Bow: Found dead</b></i> Police Scotland control room criticised over vulnerable man's death
Fresh failings have been identified in a police force control room that took a week to respond to "reports of concern" for a vulnerable man who was later found dead.

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Dark web suffers ‘massive blow’ in ‘most sophisticated takedown operation’
An investigation led by the FBI and the US Drug Enforcement Agency, supported by Europol, has taken down two markets on the dark web responsible for the trading of more than 350,000 illicit commodities.
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<b><i>Steve White: 'Every year our<br>members are having to deal<br>with not only more crimes, but<br>the most unimaginable atrocities' Frontline and neighbourhood policing suffers as officer numbers are ‘dropping consistently’
Police officer numbers in England and Wales have fallen to their lowest point in more than three decades, Home Office figures reveal.
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Multiple arrests in 'second phase' of historical child sex abuse investigation
Officers investigating allegations of historical child sex abuse have arrested 16 people.
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