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In February 2010, a senior British Asian police officer of Scotland Yard, Commander Ali Dizaei, has been found guilty of abusing his position and power.

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Scotland Yard arrest six in anti-terror raids
Scotland Yard arrests six in anti-terror raids in London

Scotland Yard to keep eye on returning paedophile from India after abusing slum kids
The Scotland Yard cops would keep a close eye on Allan Waters, who has returned to England on Tuesday, after serving a six-year term for molesting five boys at a Mumbai orphanage.

Rebekah Brooks due in court to face NOTW phone-hacking charges
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks is due to appear in court for the first time to face charges related to the News of The World phone hacking scandal.

Scotland Yard rules out investigation into Warsi's expenses claim
Scotland Yard has decided not to investigate the expenses claim of the Conservative party co-chair Baroness Warsi.

Pak-origin UK politician faces calls police inquiry for misusing taxpayers' money
Pak-origin British politician Baroness Warsi is facing calls for a police investigation into her parliamentary expenses for reportedly misusing taxpayers' funds.

UK police arrests 30th Sun journo in 'illegal payments to public officials' probe
A journalist working for the British tabloid, The Sun, has became the 30th person to be arrested as part of inquiry into illegal payments to public officials for information and stories.

UK Intel agency feared Scotland Yard officials attended terrorist camps
British intelligence agency MI5 has warned Scotland Yard that policemen in its ranks are suspected of attending terrorist training camps, according to a report.

Di's Pak doctor lover 'Mr Wonderful' demands probe into phone hacking case
Dr Hasnat Khan, Princess Diana's former lover, has demanded an investigation after Scotland Yard told him that his mobile number was found by hacking detectives.

Teen arrested over suspicion of involvement in 'TeamPoison' hacking attacks
A teenage boy has been arrested on suspicion of being a member of "TeamPoison", a computer hacking group that has claimed responsibility for 1,400 offences including an attack on the phone system of Scotland Yard's counter-terrorism unit last month.

Scotland Yard warns staff of using 'blacklist' likening it to being racist
Scotland Yard police officials have banned IT staff in the MeT department from using the word 'blacklist' over fears that it may sound racist.

Three men charged for smuggling of banned drug from UK to US to fund terror
Three men in Britain have reportedly been charged for raising money for terrorism by smuggling a banned stimulant drug from the UK to the US.

Scotland Yard warns of terrorist activity behind virus locking users' computers, ransom demands
Scotland Yard has warned that police have detected paedophile or terrorist activity as being behind a virus that locks users of their computers and demands a 100-pound fine.

Scotland Yard investigating new allegations of racism against Met officers
With a black firefighter claiming that he was assaulted by a group of white police officers, Scotland Yard has been asked to probe another racist allegation.

Sun's royal editor Duncan Larcombe arrested in 'illegal payment to public officials' probe
Popular British newspaper the Sun's royal editor Duncan Larcombe has reportedly been arrested by police investigating alleged illegal payments to public officials by journalists.

Britain's top cop determined to become racists' 'implacable enemy'
Metropolitan Police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has promised to become an 'implacable enemy' of racists at Scotland Yard as he agreed with the suggestion the force needed to get more ideas to tackle racism.

Two teenage hackers arrested for attacking Scotland Yard's anti-terror hotline
Two teenage boys aged 16 and 17 years have been arrested in the West Midlands in connection with an investigation into reports that hackers accessed Scotland Yard's anti-terror hotline.

Murder near Games site puts question mark over Olympics security
The security of spectators and athletes visiting Britain during this year's Olympics has been criticized following the murder of a young man at a prestigious shopping centre next to the gates of the main Games park.

Two UK teens probed by cops for racist tweets during England's Euro exit
British police has carpeted two teenagers, aged 13 and 15, over racist tweets during England's Euro exit in the quarterfinal, but the abuse wasn't related to the vile rants against Ashley Cole and Ashley Young who missed the penalties during their defeat.

Olympic 2012 clean-up 'may jeopardise sex workers' health and safety'
Raids on brothels and tough action against street prostitutes in parts of London hosting the Olympics have sparked claims that the streets are being cleared at the cost of the safety and health of sex workers.

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India releases British paedophile from prison after four years
The Indian Government has released a former British naval officer, who was charged with sexually abusing street urchins in Mumbai.

'UK Police had to use mobile phones to tackle August riots after radio system collapsed'
UK Metropolitan Police were forced to use their own mobile phones during the riots that took place earlier this year after the multi-billion pound Airwave radio system collapsed, a new report has said.

UK fears terrorists' may enter country due to border check staff strike
Foreign terrorists, gangsters and paedophiles are expected to take full advantage of the chaos at ports and airports due to the strike by border check staff.

UK e-crime police chief urges courts to get tougher on cyber-criminals
A top British police official has urged the government to take tough actions against cyber-criminals, suggesting the country's courts are too soft on them.

Scotland Yard investigating 300 million emails over NOTW phone hacking scandal
Scotland Yard's phone hacking squad is reportedly wading through around 300 million internal emails from News International, which published the now defunct News of the World.

Ex News of the World editor admits spying on Prince William
A former Scotland Yard police officer-turned private detective has revealed that he tailed more than 90 celebrities and politicians including Prince William over a period of eight years for the now-defunct News of the World.

Scotland Yard arrests Sun reporter on alleged charges of bribing the police
Britain's Scotland Yard has arrested a 48-year-old reporter from News Corp.'s U.K. tabloid The Sun while conducting a probe into police bribery.

UK police finds 5800 more possible NOTW hacking victims
Almost 5800 victims, including celebrities, politicians, sports stars, may have been targeted in the phone-hacking scandal at the now defunct British tabloid News of the World, it has emerged.

'London Police had barred PCB from taking any action in spot-fixing case'
The London Police had barred the Pakistan Cricket Board from taking any action against the tainted trio implicated in the spot-fixing case after the scandal broke last year, according to a news report attributed to a PCB official.

Spot-fixing trial: Mazhar Majeed jailed for two years and eight months
The agent at the heart of the 2010 Pakistan's tour of England spot-fixing ring was today sentenced to two years and eight months in jail by London's Southwark Crown Court.

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