Boris Johnson has been warned that imposing targets on police and prosecutors to improve record-low rape prosecutions will not solve the problem alone. The Prime Minister's crime and justice taskforce is considering setting targets for police to refer more strong cases to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), according to the Guardian. Targets to prosecute and bring more cases to trial were also reported to be planned for the CPS, with the detail set for to be announced later this year. No 10 did not deny the report, and a Government spokeswoman said: "We will continue to work with the police to look at ways to improve their role in the investigation and prosecution of rape, and...
Here are the top media and advertising stories from Business Insider for August 10.
Amazon would benefit by gaining well-located warehouse space in cities and could decrease delivery time on orders.
President Donald Trump swooped in Saturday to fix what Congress couldn't. But his executive actions face legal challenges and implementation hurdles.
The Trump administration's executive action on unemployment is attempting to set up a "lost wages" program outside the traditional benefit system.