Met Police chief: We have 100 officers who are not trusted to speak to public Sir Mark Rowley said it is ‘perverse’ the force cannot get rid of the officers.
M25 protests: Arrests of journalists not justified, review finds
Four members of the press were arrested while reporting on Just Stop Oil protests on the M25.
Just Stop Oil: Ministers condemn M25 reporter arrests
Home Office ministers say arrests of reporters was "clearly wrong" and "should not have happened".
Chief constable tells wrongly arrested LBC journalist: I am truly sorry
Reporter Charlotte Lynch was handcuffed and left in a cell after being arrested while covering Just Stop Oil protests.
Senior officers ordered ‘unlawful’ arrests of journalists at Just Stop Oil protests
Review finds arrests of four journalists covering climate protests last month were directed by senior officers
Manchester arena terrorist attack report shows why UK's emergency service staff must be well trained – Tom Wood
The conclusions of the public inquiry into the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena made for depressing reading, and not only because of the appalling slaughter.
Make it easier to sack failing officers, urges Met police chief
Mark Rowley reveals one in 10 officers are not fully deployed due to worries over their performance or health issues
Met chief Mark Rowley says it should be easier to sack bad officers
Britain’s most senior police chief has called for more power to sack underperforming officers after revealing that one in ten are unable to do their jobs full