Metropolitan Police

Drill music presents itself as the soundtrack of liberation, but it’s dangerously mired in gang violence

Women’s rights deserve more than a PR campaign

The Met can’t be left to clean up its own mess

The feminist fix: we need a statutory inquiry into police misogyny and misconduct

Why “Non Crime Hate Incidents” don’t seem to apply to the cops

By “othering” officers like Wayne Couzens, the Met absolves itself of all culpability and responsibility

Ian Thomson delves into the most-investigated unsolved killing in British history as the investigation report was finally released on 15 June

Emma Webb says the police are damned if the do, but even more damned in the long run if they don’t

The officers at Clapham Common were misguided, but hijacking Sarah Everard’s death for a political agenda disrespects her memory

Steve McQueen’s dramatisation of the 1970 trial of the Mangrove Nine is a triumph