It's Priti pricey! Home Secretary Priti Patel picks up £3,200 outfit for a policing event - including a £2,300 navy satin shirt dress from luxury womenswear designer Laura Green and matching £900 navy pillbox hat
Priti Patel, 49, wore a £2,300 shirt dress at a policing ceremony in Staffordshire A picture shows her leaving designer Laura Green's pop-up store in Notting Hill She paired the dress with a navy pillbox hat designed by Jane Taylor Millinery Laura Green London employs dressmakers to create bespoke pieces for clients
Policing and crime is the latest issue to see nothing but weak, rehashed policy from the prime minister So often the reality of people’s lives bears no relation to the rhetoric spun by our prime minister and his willing cabinet. This week we have been treated to Boris Johnson and Priti Patel looking all jolly having their pictures taken next to police officers during their launch of their new crime plan.
Home Office held 56 migrants including mothers with babies and very young children in 'cramped' and 'unfit' room in Dover covered in thin mattresses, MPs say
Home Affairs Committee slammed the conditions this week in letter to Priti Patel Members said it was 'wholly inappropriate' and risked spreading Covid further The Home Office hit back by saying that it took the migrants' safety seriously But added it was facing an 'unacceptable numbers of people' crossing the sea
The government’s law and order crackdown displays the performative cruelty that Priti Patel has made her own Thu 29 Jul 2021 02.00 EDT Last modified on Thu 29 Jul 2021 05.39 EDT It is not difficult to see why Boris Johnson’s first post-isolation photo op was to appear alongside the home secretary, Priti Patel, and talk tough about crime.
Police pay freeze: Boris Johnson defends Priti Patel in row BORIS Johnson has defended Priti Patel in her row with the Police Federation over the pay freeze for all but the lowest-paid officers. The Police Federation of England and Wales, which represents more than 130,000 officers from the rank of constable to chief inspector, passed a motion of no confidence in the Home Secretary Priti Patel last week in a row over pay.
Boris Johnson calls for chain gangs to deter antisocial behaviour as he battles police over crime plans
The Prime Minister is accused of not giving enough funding to frontline officers Boris Johnson has called for the return of “chain gangs” of convicted criminals as the Government ramps up the rhetoric on crime amid a public fight with rank-and-file police. The Prime Minister launched a “beating crime plan” alongside Home Secretary Priti Patel as his first political intervention since leaving a week of self-isolation at his country retreat Chequers.
Whatever the liberal elite claims, the electorate really cares about this. It matters a lot When it comes to political campaigns, one of the many faults of which I am guilty is that I tend to be too far ahead of the pack. In the late spring and early summer of 2020, I spent a considerable amount of time investigating illegal Channel crossings.
Labour leader dismisses Boris Johnson police plan and claims Priti Patel’s position ‘untenable’ Today's daily politics briefing Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has dismissed a Boris Johnson pledge to provide victims of crime with a named officer to call about their case as a “ridiculous gimmick”.
The TikTok ads that promise to get migrants to Britain for £20k: People-smugglers are brazenly touting their services on social media sites, probe reveals
Albanian criminals charging up to £20,000 to smuggle migrants to the UK are touting their services on Tiktok and other social media sites Human traffickers are posting adverts, sometimes mocking attempts by British authorities to stop them They are posting step-by-step guides on how to sneak illegal migrants into UK
Police officers are furious following the announcement of a pay freeze West Midlands police officers have backed a vote of no confidence in Home Secretary Priti Patel after the announcement of a police pay freeze proved to be 'the final straw'. The Police Federation of England and Wales has blasted the home secretary, claiming officers are angry at the way in which the government has repaid their service after 'going the extra mile' during the pandemic.
IT DOESN'T matter whether you're pro-immigration or against it, the fact remains these migrant boat crossings must be stopped because the criminal gangs orchestrating them really don't give a toss if the people in them live or die. Why would they - they've got their money.
Please send your letters to: firstname.lastname@example.org Friday 23 July 2021 16:29 The Police Federation has stated that it has “lost all confidence” in the home secretary, Priti Patel. It is quite remarkable that it has had any confidence at all to lose, as there seems very little she has done while in office to foster any belief that she has the interests of police officers’ wellbeing, earnings or working conditions as part of her remit.
Stephen Kenny dismayed Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel refused to condemn actions of certain England supporters booing players taking a knee; Republic of Ireland players were themselves booed by the crowd ahead of a friendly against Hungary in June Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has called for "leadership from the highest levels of government" over the scourge of racism in football.
Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has called for "leadership from the highest levels of government" over the scourge of racism in football. Kenny was dismayed by the booing from some England supporters as their team took the knee before their Euro 2020 fixtures, and the fact that Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel effectively gave license to them by refusing to condemn their actions.
BREXIT-BASHING peers have criticised Priti Patel's EU settled status scheme, warning vulnerable and elderly Europeans are at risk of deportation. More than 5.4 million applied for the Home Office scheme which seeks to ensure EU nationals living in the UK post-Brexit receive residency rights. The number is far higher than originally anticipated.
By Francesca Edwards Senior reporter A NEW cafe has opened in the heart of a village. Café Bijou coffee shop was formally opened by Priti Patel in Market Square at a special ribbon cutting ceremony. The Café, which offers hot and iced coffees, smoothies, bacon sandwiches, hot and cold lunches as well as a selection of cakes and snacks, provides for customers who want to eat in or takeaway and they deliver orders within a five mile radius.
Following an extraordinary National Council meeting yesterday,the organisation has also made a decision to withdraw its support and engagement from the Police Remuneration Review Body, labelling the current police officer pay mechanism ‘not fit for purpose’. The move follows Wednesday’s pay announcement and Home Secretary Priti Patel’s claim that the Government ‘recognises the bravery, commitment and professionalism’ of police officers, while offering no improved financial package to our members to illustrate that is the case.
SO here we are, this is July 2021 – extraordinary, isn’t it? Nigel Farage is still so desperate for attention that he’ll sail out into the Channel to call people on a blow-up dinghy cheapskates and speculate about whether a gust of wind might end their lives.
'Bill Gates of Britain' Mike Lynch CAN be extradited to face criminal charges in US over claims he cooked the books at software firm he sold for £8bn, judge rules
Lynch accused of cooking books before selling firm to Hewlett-Packard for £8bn 56-year-old tried to block extradition but Judge Michael Snow ruled against him If appeal fails, the final decision would be left to the Home Secretary Priti Patel The founder of British software giant Autonomy can be extradited to face criminal charges in America, a judge ruled yesterday.