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People in Northern Ireland are sick of politics – they just want the protocol fixed

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Being from Northern Ireland is exhausting. Being from Northern Ireland and experiencing Brexit is maddening. Two years ago Boris Johnson hailed the withdrawal agreement, which established the Northern Ireland protocol...

Sarah Everard’s death prompts men to join groups trying to halt male violence

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The murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa could mark a turning point in men taking responsibility for male violence against women and girls, experts have said. Groups led by men that work to end violence against f...

The indecent exposure epidemic: ‘How are they not taking this seriously after Sarah Everard?’

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Cathkin Braes country park, in south Glasgow, is beautiful. You can see the city and, behind it, the mountains. Clara (not her real name), a 35-year-old community worker from Glasgow, went there in March to enjoy the ...

Woman held at Sarah Everard vigil condemns ‘terrifying’ Tinder contact by police

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A campaigner whose photograph during her arrest became the defining image of the vigil for Sarah Everard has said she felt afraid after about 50 police officers and security guards then “liked” her profile on the Tind...

Sarah Everard’s murder puts policing and misogyny under the spotlight

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Having been a police officer for 30 years, serving as a detective inspector and in the police complaints arena, I can say officers and staff nationwide will have been horrified by the murder of Sarah Everard (Sarah Ev...

Sarah Everard murder: Met to launch review of standards and internal culture

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The Metropolitan police is launching a review of professional standards and internal culture within the force, led by a high-profile anti-sleaze adviser, following the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by a serving off...

Sarah Everard killer Wayne Couzens worked as parliamentary guard

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The Metropolitan police officer who raped and murdered Sarah Everard guarded parliament five times, it has emerged, as a senior Conservative criticised the force for appearing to have “overlooked” warning signs about ...

Sarah Solemani: ‘Fascists aren’t just monstrous robots. Understanding this might help us’

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Writer and actor Sarah Solemani, 39, was born in Camden, north London, to an Iranian father and Northern Irish mother. She studied politics at Cambridge, where she became vice-president of the Footlights. Her first ma...

My son left for uni with the perfect masher, but it was never actually about potatoes

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The great migration happens every autumn. Salmon head upriver to spawn and die. Swallows leave their nests behind and fly back to Africa. And human parents all around the UK load their children’s belongings into bin b...

Sarah Everard murder: five voices demanding police reform

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Dame Vera Baird Victims’ commissioner If we are to truly turn the tide of male violence against women and girls, we need to see the government compel the police to act. This starts with the government promoting tackl...

The Metropolitan police canteen culture that shielded Sarah Everard’s killer

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Within the vast neoclassical headquarters of the Metropolitan police in central London, the floor hosting the directorate of professional standards is the one place any visitor would try to behave. Its 320 staff are ...

‘I feel like I am not safe with anyone’: locals speak out after Sarah Everard revelations

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“It could have been anyone. We would all have done the same thing and got into the car, especially during Covid restrictions,” says Jenny, 33, holding her five-month-old daughter in her arms. On Poynders Road, in Clap...

After Sarah Everard’s murder, police powers need to be curbed not strengthened

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From the moment Sarah Everard was stopped by Wayne Couzens, she probably never had a chance. He was armed with a police badge, belt and handcuffs; with strength, power and authority. The lockdown laws, which have huge...

Sarah Everard case: people stopped by lone officer could ‘wave down a bus’, says Met

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Police will have to work hard to rebuild public confidence after the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer, a minister has said, as Scotland Yard said people stopped by a lone plainclothes officer should challe...

Sarah Everard’s killer might have been identified as threat sooner, police admit

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Police have accepted they may have had enough information to identify Wayne Couzens as a threat to women before he raped and killed Sarah Everard. Couzens was handed a rare whole-life sentence on Thursday, meaning he ...

Women given mixed advice on checking police identity after Sarah Everard murder

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Police have told women to ask an officer for his warrant card if worried about his identity in the aftermath of the sentencing of Sarah Everard’s murderer – despite the fact her killer used his official ID to ensnare ...

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